Celebrate 100 Years! Susan B. Anthony

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This November -Come Celebrate a Historical Icon with Us!
First Friday Event:
An Educational Reception

An “Educational Reception” featuring Cassandra Peltier, Executive Director of the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum (pictured here). Her conversation is titled “Women’s Work: Textiles and the (Her)Stories They Tell.

Friday, November 6th
Our socially distant reception starts at 5pm at the Seneca Museum located at 89 Fall Street in Seneca Falls. Refreshments will be served.
Click the below link for more information:
Link to Additional Information
Children’s Event:
Come learn about Susan B. Anthony as a Child!
Saturday, November 7th
The program starts at 10:30am at the Seneca Museum located at 89 Fall Street in Seneca Falls.
There will be lots of fun for all ages including a book reading, craft kit, and snack with Cassandra, the Executive Director of the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum!
Click the below link for more information:
Link to Additional Information
Susan B. Anthony Black Dress Exhibit

Cassandra created a replica of Susan B. Anthony’s black dress and that can be seen on our street level, top floor (89 Fall Street) from now until after our event on November 7th.

For more information on the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum:
http://www.susanbanthonybirthplace.com/
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Fall Newsletter


Seasonal Newsletter October | Fall 2020 Issue
The Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry (SMWI) is now officially part of the Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center! The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce hosted the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for our reopening as one part of the Center on Friday September 6, and many citizens came to enjoy the festivities and to tour the re-curated, COVID 19 compliant, three floors of the Museum. It was also the inaugural “First Friday” event at the Museum, featuring music by Madison Yearsley, Billsboro fine wines and Fall Street Brewing’s unique beverages. Because of this special event, the Fall Newsletter will feature many photographs from the Reopening for readers to enjoy rather than news stories, in addition to the messages from the Executive Director and the Board Chair, a report from Board member Cheryl Terryberry on a planned 2021 fundraisers for the Museum, and a report from Board member Judy Pipher on early plans for the 2020 Bedford Falls Gingerbread House Contest.   

Please see our Fall Newsletter here: https://conta.cc/3j6AWUH

Educational Reception – November 6th 5pm

Women are not present in many written narratives, and until recently in the US women’s valuable belongings could not pass reliably to daughters. This means students and scholars of Women’s History must innovate and compromise, learning through the material traces of women’s lives as much as through written word. Often textiles were the only way to pass on personal narratives, family traditions, advice, and identity through female lineage. When women could not speak loudly, publicly, openly, they could still communicate through fabric. Evidence of habits, travels, and financial standing can be discerned from the textiles left to us by previous generations: Structural seams in patches on quilts; Whether and where there are sweat stains; How carefully a tear was repaired; Mud on a hem; A cluster of scorch marks on the skirt; Tobacco in the pocket.

This talk describes the role of sewing in a woman’s life through the early 20th century and revisits the importance of recycling by passing clothing to younger family members, modifying dresses from decades earlier to fit current style, using old clothing that is too worn to create quilts or to stuff other household items, and using scraps for toys.

Cassandra Peltier is the Executive Director of the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum in Adams, Massachusetts. Cassandra graduated magna cum laude from Mount Holyoke College in 2018 where she completed two internships and an assistantship at the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum and affiliated Joseph Allen Skinner Museum learning about museum education, collection care, NAGPRA coordination, curation, and exhibit installation. Her historical research focuses on the politics and history of women’s fashion in the 19th and early 20th centuries. In addition to coordinating Suffrage Centennial programming and online resources for the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum, Cassandra serves on the Adams Suffrage Centennial Celebration Committee, the Northern Berkshire Suffrage Centennial Coalition, and the speaker’s bureau for the Vermont Suffrage Centennial Alliance, helping to commemorate women’s and local history in 2020 and beyond.

Volunteers Needed

We are looking for more “people” people who would like to volunteer at the Seneca Fall Heritage and Tourism Center.

We are located at 89 Fall Street and are the home of the Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry and the Seneca Falls Boaters Amenities.  

Can you donate two hours of your time a week? A month? We would really appreciate your help! We will provide training, so don’t be nervous about not being an expert!


You can choose how to use your gifts and talents to help our organization! There is an opportunity for anyone and everyone to volunteer!


Examples of Volunteering Options: Greet visitors, help with events, help build/move exhibits, running our gift shop on busy days, cleaning/disinfecting protocols, and so much more!


Feel free to reach out to our Executive Director with more questions or simply stop in the Center and ask more about it.


Rhonda – director@senecamuseum.com or 315-568-1510

FIRST FRIDAY- October 2nd Event

Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center’s FIRST FRIDAY EVENT returns on Friday, October 2nd!

Come join us for our monthly “First Friday” event, held on October 2nd from 5PM – 8PM, at 89 Fall Street, where we will showcase our new space, new exhibits, music by Diana Leigh’s duo, and hear from the “community tables” – Seneca Falls Rotary and the local Women’s Leadership Council.

This evening will be the second “First Friday” event where “The Center” is open late with entertainment, new exhibits and special guests every first Friday of the month! Thank you to all who came to our event in September and we heard from several visitors that this was a great experience for guests to come together in our space afterhours.

We will be selling our “2020” merchandise celebrating the 100th anniversary of Women’s Right to Vote.

Guests can also take a selfie at the 2020 selfie station located on the street-level floor.

Please remember to wear your masks and social distancing is required.

The Center continues to be the home of the Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry, as well as, the Town of Seneca Falls’ Boater’s Amenities.

A sneak peak of some details of our event:

Unveiling A New Exhibit for the Month of October

There will be a replica of Susan B. Anthony famous black dress exhibited in our space for the month of October. This exhibit is on loan to us from the The Susan B Anthony Birthplace Museum in Massachusetts. The dress was created by their Executive Director Cassandra Peltier and Cassandra will be our special guest at our November First Friday event-save the date now, you don’t want to miss meeting her and listening to her program. See a photo of the dress below.

Diana Leigh Returns

You may remember our “incidental” musician, Diana Leigh from our very popular Music in the Park series this summer! Her duo will be playing on our top floor from 5pm-8pm.

Children’s SuperHERo Kits Pick Up

If you have taken part in our children’s remote program, you can turn in those projects and pick up your kits at our front desk. There is still plenty of time to join the fun-check out all of the details on our website here.

Bring the SuperHERo Experience Home!

FREE REMOTE CHILDREN’S PROGRAM!

When we think of Superheroes…what do we think of?
They do something incredibly helpful for our community and society, right? We wanted to take this concept and introduce and explore some of the women that could have been named superHERoes of their time! These women fought hard for the women’s right to vote and changed our history! We recently had an in-person program with author, Nancy B. Kennedy and wanted to expand our reach of our audience with some at-home and online options for our community’s children.

Here is a great way to participate in our children’s literacy program and get an awesome prize for taking part in our SuperHERoes at-home program. 

Choose one (or more) of these at-home activities to turn in to receive a FREE SuperHERo kit: 
Coloring Sheet – download here or pick up a coloring sheet of the Women Win the Vote cover and turn that in. 
Lego Creation – Let your creativity flow with LEGOS! Build a creation that represents the anniversary of the women’s right to vote! You could build a specific suffragist, a symbol that portrays this amazing achievement, or a scene that tells a story. Please include a short description of your lego creation. If you do not want to bring in your creations, you can show us a picture of it!
Create your own response to how women are viewed in society today. You may choose a poem, create a piece of art, and advertisement or a proposal for a video game, write a speech, or film a news report. Write a thank you letter to a suffragist or women’s rights activist. How has their accomplishment influenced your life today?Conduct an image search to see some buttons created during this time. Then, design you own “Votes for Women” button inspired by Carrie Chapman Catt’s campaign to win the vote for women in this country. 
Determine in what year you will be 18 years old and eligible to vote! Write a short story about what the world might be like in that year. Will a woman have been elected president of the US by then? 

What can be found in your prize kit: 
One hardcover, signed book: Women Win the Vote!: 19 for the 19th Amendment By Nancy B Kennedy. Superhero cape and mask making-kitSuperhero SnacksWomen’s National Historical Park Junior Ranger magazine Votes for Women pin And some other cool stuff will be in your superhero bag too! 

Where to bring these projects and pick up your kits:Any of the above activities can be turned in at the Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry’s front desk at 89 Fall Street Seneca Falls. These kits are first-come, first-served.

Thank YOUs:
Thank you to the partners who have worked on this children’s program: Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry, Seneca Falls Library, Seneca Falls Historical Society, and the National Women’s Rights Historical Park. 

Thank you to the author, Nancy B. Kennedy, for making the trip to Seneca Falls and assisting our program and our literacy goals for our young people in our community and providing ways for more children to get involved from home. 

Thank you to our sponsors and support from Waterloo Container and BonaDent for our 2020 children and youth programming.  

Any questions, please contact Rhonda at director@senecamuseum.com.

Background:
A SENECA FALLS PARTNERSHIP PRESENTS- SuperHERoes of History
This year marks the 100th anniversary of passage of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote. To commemorate this milestone year, the Seneca Falls Visitor Center/Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry, Women’s Rights National Historical Park, Seneca Falls Historical Society, and the Seneca Falls Library are joining forces for a family event for all ages that connects history, literacy, and fun!
This program, titled SuperHeroes of History, will explore how some of our favorite women’s rights activists were the “SuperHERoes” of their time! Information on Nancy B. Kennedy’s book: www.nancybkennedy.com

A NEW First Friday Event: Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce will host a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to celebrate the Grand Reopening of the Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry/The Seneca Falls Visitor Center on Friday, September 4th at 5 PM at 89 Fall Street in Seneca Falls.


This space has gone through several changes over the last six months, including a new HVAC system, newly restored floors, and a new COVID compliant layout and curation.

This celebration will take place during our organization’s “First Friday” event, held from 5PM – 8PM, at 89 Fall Street, where we will showcase our new space and rebranding as the Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center.
This evening will be the first of several “First Friday” events where “The Center” will be open late with entertainment every first Friday of the month. For our September 4th event, local soloist, Madison, will be singing for musical entertainment. There will be tastings from Billsboro Winery and Fall Street Brewing Co. The Seneca Falls Historical Society and the United Way of Seneca County will also be there as our “community tables.”
Volunteers will be available to greet people and staff members will show guests the newly remodeled space. We will be selling our “2020” merchandise celebrating the 100th anniversary of Women’s Right to Vote. Guests can also take a selfie at the 2020 selfie station located on the street-level floor.


Please remember to wear your masks and social distancing is required.

Our Executive Director, Rhonda Destino, has collaborated with state officials, architects, and marketing experts throughout the Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) application process and it was clear that a rebrand was needed. We are proud to announce the result of our new branding initiative. We will be known as the Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center! The Center will continue to be the home of the Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry, as well as, the Town of Seneca Falls’ Boater’s Amenities.


Please, join us as we venture forward to make Seneca Falls a destination for all!
Any questions, feel free to contact Rhonda Destino at director@senecamuseum.com.

Pomeroy Fund Allows You To Maximize Your Donation!

Summer 2020

Dear Friend of the Seneca Museum,

We have valued your support throughout the years, and we thank you for being cheerleaders for our organization!

Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry was closed during the first half of 2020 in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic.  Fortunately, we were able to reopen on July 1st, having implemented new safety regulations and recommendations. Despite the pandemic, we are happy to announce that we have been able to offer remote programming for children this summer and are planning several socially distant activities for the public soon.  Unfortunately, the loss of visitors to our facility over the past 6 months and the postponement of so many of our planned programs, including our fundraising events, have negatively impacted our projected income for the year.

We are thrilled to announce that the Seneca Museum was invited to raise funds to secure a matching grant from the Pomeroy Fund for NYS History.  These funds will help with expenses incurred to re-open safely under NY guidelines and to continue to operate under these new times. For every two dollars we raise, The Pomeroy Fund for NYS History will grant one dollar. It is our goal to raise the maximum allowable funds of $6000, which will result in a $3000 match, for a total of $9000 to the Museum!

Please, consider donating today.  Donations of any amount are welcome and will count towards our match goal if received by September 30th, 2020. We are able to accept donations via mailed check and online payment:

Thank you in advance for your gift towards keeping the Seneca Museum safe and stable in our community.

With best wishes that you and your family remain healthy and safe,

Sheila Giovannini, President & Rhonda Destino, Executive Director

Mission Statement: The Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry is dedicated to captivating and educating audiences of all ages with the village’s rich industrial and waterways industry.

Vision Statement: The Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry will be the gateway to the community, providing interactive and engaging experiences for all visitors.

www.senecamuseum.com     director@senecamuseum.com          315-568-1510

Seneca Museum Summer Newsletter

Seasonal Newsletter   July | Summer 2020 Issue
Upcoming Events Music in the Park 8/13, Summer Camp in a Box runs July 20-Aug 28th, September 4th – Night at the Museum    

Our New Newsletter   The Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry (SMWI) plans to send a seasonal quarterly newsletter to share our updates on our space, events, and educational opportunities. Members and friends are updated more frequently via constant contact: by providing your email, you can be assured that you are up to date on events or changes sponsored by the Museum. At the time of writing this newsletter, NY is in phase 4 of COVID-19, and SMWI has re-opened following our preparations to do so safely: thus it seemed like a suitable time to initiate this newsletter.
    Executive Director’s Message By Rhonda Destino  
What a wild year that no one saw coming! As a small town, tourism has a tremendous influence on our economy and we want to be there for our visiting community and locals while taking every precaution. We have a commitment to provide a comfortable, safe, and healthy space for all visitors, volunteers and staff. This is a process that may be changing as more time goes on and we will remain flexible to make those needed changes and want to thank all of our visitors in advance for following our new regulations within our space to keep everyone safe.     Please Join Us! Please join me in this next year to put even more in place to ensure that our visitor’s experience is the best that it can be. Please join me in this challenge by remaining a member, coming to our events as you feel comfortable, and/or lending a skillset that you may have to our space. We currently have a couple of open seats on our board. If you are interested in being a board member, please contact me for more information.

Coming Soon: We are excited to be working with Deborah Bell, granddaughter of Nelson B. Delavan and family, to create a new Founders Exhibit space that will showcase the Delavan family and their vision for opening this amazing place in Seneca Falls.   Furthermore, we are rebranding and hope to unveil that campaign this coming summer/fall. There has been much confusion of whom and what we are and do at 89 Fall Street. We worked with some industry branding experts over the winter months to come up with our new brand: The Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center. More information about this rebrand will be explained during our upcoming campaign launch.

Some of our COVID Visitor Experience Changes: When you are in the building, you must be wearing a mask (over your mouth and nose) and social distancing 6 feet apart between parties. Upon arrival, our staff will ask three simple screening questions to keep all of our guests safe. We are also currently a cashless facility. There are several sanitizing stations located throughout our open space for your convenience. Our staff will be wearing masks at all times, gloves when needed, and cleaning consistently between guests.   Despite all of the changes and closures that 2020 has seen, we are still hopeful and inspired for our future. I know that our mission will not fade as people will want to come back out and travel eventually and/or locals will want to see each other and we are creating our space to be a safe place to enjoy post-COVID for people to get out and tour. I am looking forward to this for all who want to learn.   Pictured: Staff members: Marsha (top) Laurie (bottom)
89 Fall Street Upgrades Members will be very surprised to see all of the change within our space! We have “opened up” the street level floor and redone the original hardwood floors that were underneath the late 90s carpets. This change is truly a must see! In addition, our HVAC system was redone and upgraded for the entire building. This was an extremely important project for this year as COVID recommendations are that all HVAC and venting systems work at high capacity and effectively in public indoor spaces. We also have glorious AC in our building which we have not had before. Our second floor has been redone with hardwood floors and our exhibits focus on all of the industry here and in our history. Our exhibits are spread out, and put into a one-way curation due to COVID recommendations. All of these changes have been made possible by the support of the Town of Seneca Falls (they own our building) and hours of work from volunteers and staff.
  Board President’s Message By Sheila Giovaninni
I am so excited to share a few words with you about this wonderful organization!   The Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry was established at 89 Fall Street in downtown Seneca Falls by Nelson and Edith Delavan in 1998. It has been the Museum’s mission to captivate and educate audiences of all ages with Seneca Falls’ rich industrial and waterways history. Based on the idea of education through participation, the Museum encourages visitors, both young and old, to learn from diverse arts and cultural exhibitions and programs that are both instructional and entertaining. These include lectures, workshops, children’s summer camps, community concerts, collaborations with other local organizations such as the Women’s Rights National Historical Park, the National Women’s Hall of Fame, and the Seneca Falls Historical Society. We, additionally, take great pride in participating in the It’s a Wonderful Life Festival, the annual Canal Fest, Convention Days, and Women’s Equality Day, to name just a few!   In 2010, the Seneca Falls Heritage Area Visitor’s Center merged with the Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry. Our priorities subsequently expanded to include a commitment of service and promotion of Seneca Falls and surrounding businesses and communities.   In 2019, Seneca Falls was selected to receive the $10,000,000 Downtown Revitalization Initiative. Our Executive Director, Rhonda Destino, has collaborated with state officials, architects, and marketing experts throughout the DRI application process. Although COVID-19 has stalled this process, we remain optimistic that our renovation project at 89 Fall Street will move forward. At this time, we are proud to announce the result of our new branding initiative. From this point forward, we will be known as the Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center! The Center will continue to be the home of the Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry, as well as, the Town of Seneca Falls’ Boater’s Amenities.   Please, join us as we venture forward to make Seneca Falls a destination for all!   You can play a significant role in our success by becoming a member of the Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry. Please, see the membership form below, or stop in at 89 Fall Street and request a membership application, or contact us at 315-568-1510. We would be happy to send an application to you. Your continued support is greatly appreciated! Thank you!
Music in the Park This year we had to change our format and frequency due to COVID-19. We scheduled three outdoor concerts in July at People’s Park from 6 – 8pm with social distancing and mask requirements. Staff and volunteers are great ensuring that everyone is as safe as they could be. This program was supported by a grant from the Finger Lakes Community Arts Grant. This year was a special year to showcase celebrating the 19th amendment through music and each of our concerts are from women-led bands: Jess Novak Band (July 9), Diana Leigh and the Shorty Georges (July 23), the Lipker Sisters (August 13th). We were lucky enough to partner with the Seneca Falls Rotary, Martin’s Smokehouse BBQ Food Truck and the local favorite, Sprinkle Starship Ice Cream Truck for food purchases.

Summer Camp in a Box   With our partner the Seneca Falls Historical Society, SMWI is providing kids with a safe, contact-free, history camp experience. Six weeks of kits have been provided to Celebrate 100 Years of the 19th Amendment to 53 “Campers.” The kits feature history lessons and activities to keep kids aged 7-12 safely engaged at home throughout the summer for six weeks. At this time, all spots are filled and our kits were delivered on July 20, 2020. Participants will enjoy different themes and activities each week. We are hoping we will be able to have a socially distant Community Give Back Day and Ice Cream Social at the end of summer for all of the campers.
Meet SMWI’s Board of Directors Sheila Giovannini, President, is a Seneca Falls resident, and is a retired audiologist and believes that Seneca Falls is at a turning point in its history and is proud and excited to be a part of it!   Deborah Tedrick, Vice-President, lives in Pittsford, is a fundraising, event planning, writing, and editing expert. She loves Seneca Falls and the surrounding communities.   Tammy Mills, Treasurer, lives in Waterloo. Her passion is to volunteer in her community by supporting those less fortunate as well as preserving history and promoting the beauty and history of Seneca Falls. She has several years’ experience in small business accounting, payroll and income tax preparation.   Chuck Mason, Secretary, is an Auburn resident and serves as the City of Auburn’s City Clerk. In his position as City Clerk he has been involved with the establishment and operation of the NYS Equal Rights Heritage Center located in downtown Auburn.   Kyle Brady of Seneca Falls is an insurance agent at Brady and Sons Agency. He is passionate about the history of our region and our town and looks forward to his new role with our organization.   Steve Churchill is a Seneca Falls resident, is the local IT guru and owner of StoneBoat Computing. He has served four terms on the Seneca County Board of Supervisors, representing Seneca Falls and is currently a member of the Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension Board of Directors.   Steve Cornett and his wife moved to Seneca Falls about 5 years ago, and they met their social group through SMWI. He works for Zurich Insurance Co., and is passionate about the Museum.   Ginny DeJohn lives in Seneca Falls, is a speech therapist who continues as a supervisor of teachers and an inveterate supporter of women’s and children’s issues. She serves on the Board of the National Women’s Hall of Fame and is a member of, and Past President of the Children’s Committee.   Judy Pipher is a Seneca Falls resident, an astrophysicist at the University of Rochester, and a lover of the lake. She is active in promoting women’s issues, and is an emerita member of the National Women’s Hall of Fame’s Board of Directors.   Wendy Sparks lives in Seneca Falls, is a retired occupational therapist, and an avid birder. She is passionate about history and nature and believes it is essential to human wellbeing.   Cheryl Terryberry lives in Seneca Falls, and was a Registered Nurse and Nursing Home Administrator. She has sat on many boards locally and enjoys traveling, walking, reading, pickleball, and dancing.   James Terryberry lives in Seneca Falls, and retired from the NYS Willard Psychiatric Center and Five Points Correctional Facility. Jim has served as a Councilman for the Town of Romulus and Town of Seneca Falls, and as a County Supervisor.
Membership and Volunteers   Like all non-profits, SMWI needs YOU – as a volunteer and as a member in order to fulfill our Mission and Vision. Memberships may be paid via check or credit card to: Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry, PO Box 388 Seneca Falls, NY, 13148. If you prefer, you may also pay via credit card over the phone (315-568-1510) or in-person at 89 Fall St. Seneca Falls. Please, know that your Membership is greatly appreciated!   Membership Level: Individual $35  Family $50  Junior $10  Veteran $25  Veteran Family $40   Click here for a membership form.
Mission Statement: The Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry is dedicated to captivating and educating audiences of all ages with the village’s rich industrial and waterways industry.  

Vision Statement: The Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry will be the gateway to the community, providing interactive and engaging experiences for all visitors.

Our Visitor Center and Museum is open for visitors!

As we all know, information about COVID-19 and appropriate responses to its spread are complex. As a small town, tourism has a tremendous influence on our economy and we want to be there for our visiting community and locals while taking every precaution. We have a commitment to provide a comfortable, safe, and healthy space for all visitors, volunteers and staff. This is a process that may be changing as more time goes on and we will remain flexible to make those needed changes and want to thank all of our visitors in advance for following our new regulations within our space to keep everyone safe.

When you are in the building, you must be wearing a mask (over your mouth and nose) and social distancing 6 feet apart between parties. Our public restrooms are open on our bottom floor, but our second floor is currently closed as COVID recommendations are that we open a limited space at first to provide more time for daily, frequent cleaning/disinfecting. We are also currently a cashless facility. There are several sanitizing stations located throughout our open space for your convenience. Our staff will be wearing masks at all times, gloves when needed, and cleaning consistently between guests.

The NY Canal Corporation is supposed to open our canal locks in the beginning of August. “The Canal Corporation appreciates the public’s patience during this time and urges all users to register to receive updates through the “Notice to Mariners” notification program at www.canals.ny.gov.”

We have our AC on, so come on in and enjoy the “cool” while checking out our new floors, 2020 merchandise, exhibits, and “socially distant” layout!