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4:00 pm: Ener-G band Video Shoot to Benefit the Cayuga Museum
June 3, 2018
This DUAL event is fundraiser for the CAYUGA MUSEUM and also a professional video shoot for Syracuse's finest R&B band ENER-G! The band CHOSE the Cayuga Museum as the best spot in the area to record their latest video and help the museum at the same time! Admission is only $5 per person as ENER-G performs two long sets of the BEST in R&B, Funk and today's dance music. They will be filmed by MAJAC Productions, with sound mixed by All Ears Sound! Its a dance party that will go down in HISTORY! Raffle baskets and a 50/50 will be available! All admission, bar proceeds and raffles benefit the Cayuga Museum!
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6:00 pm: David Connelly at word, revisited
June 14, 2018
Closing out the spring series of word, revisited is David Connelly.
David Connelly has been an adjunct professor of philosophy at Cayuga Community College since 2012. Also a writer, he is on a grant finishing a book about Thomas Mott Osborne, early 20th century democracy advocate and prison reformer.
Connelly’s one-act monodrama about Osborne has been performed before audiences at least eight times, including in two California prisons. He led the team that won a local coverage Pulitzer Prize in 1981, and several Society of Professional Journalists national workshops on writing.
|June 15, 2018||June 16, 2018||June 17, 2018
12:00 pm: Last day to view Arlene Pritzker's Emerging Artist Project
June 17, 2018 –
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5:00 pm: Opening Reception- Nada Odeh's Emerging Artist Project
June 21, 2018 –
Join us for the opening of the fourth artist in our CNY Emerging Artist Project- Nada Odeh.
$5 admission, Museum members free. Refreshments served.
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2:00 pm: Cayuga County Devil Dogs of the First World War
July 1, 2018
Ms. Annette Amerman, a Cayuga County native and the head of the Historical Reference Branch at the Marine Corps History Division in Quantico, VA, will present a talk about the Marine Corps in the First World War with emphasis upon several of those who served from Cayuga County.
Her talk will feature Leonard Earl Rea, whose father owned and operated the L.L. Rea Tea Co. at 55 Genesee Street. Rea signed up for the Marine Corps 13 days after the U.S. declared war on Germany, and had a lifetime of service, earning the rank of Brigadier General.
This illustrated talk will be in the air conditioned Carriage House Theater. Admission is $5 general public, Museum members free.
Ms. Annette Amerman serves as the Series Historian for the History Divisions World War I Centennial Commemorative publications. Ms. Amerman joined the division in 1995 as a student intern from Shenandoah University, was later hired as a civilian clerk in 1996, and served in the branch as a research assistant for a year and a half. Ms. Amerman returned to the branch in 2003, where she managed the Lineage and Honors Program for the next 10 years, before being reassigned to duties dealing with requests from Headquarters Marine Corps, Congress, and other prominent offices. She was acting branch head from October 2015 to November 2017 when she was promoted to head of the branch.
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