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717 Lakeport Road
Chittenango, NY, 13037
United States

3156873801

Events at The Landing

TUESDAY TALKS
Mar
5
7:00 PM19:00

TUESDAY TALKS

  • Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum (map)
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Presentation by: Joe DiGiorgio

Joe will be talking about the fascinating life and accomplishments of Canal Engineer Nathan Roberts, who was a resident of Canastota. Emphasis will be placed on "Lockport Cliff and Deep Cut", two technological breakthroughs that Roberts was responsible for in building the Erie Canal, and thus influencing the growth of our nation's economic, social and political way of life and history.

Joe DiGiorgio is a retired Social Studies teacher and President of the Board of Directors of the Canastota Canal Town Corporation. Joe oversees the operations of the Canastota Canal Town Museum and its exhibits. Over the years he has served on various village committees and organizations. He also served as village historian for several years. He is an active member of the Canastota Rotary Club.

Admission: $5.00

Free for CLCBM members

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TUESDAY TALKS
Mar
19
7:00 PM19:00

TUESDAY TALKS

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Presentation by: Dr. David and Liz Beebe

Come join Dr. David and Liz Beebe at the Chittenango Landing Visitor's Center as they present about the Camillus Canal Park and the efforts that have been made to restore this historic section of the Erie Canal, especially the reconstruction of the Nine Mile creek Aqueduct.

The Town of Camillus Erie Canal Park was created in 1972. Under Dave's direction a small army of volunteers turned an abandoned overgrown portion of the historic enlarged Erie Canal into a viable 400 acre, 7 mile linear canal park. To date, perhaps, his greatest accomplishment was overseeing the reconstruction of the 1842 Nine Mile Creek Aqueduct.

After graduating from St. Lawrence University and the University of Pennsylvania Dental School, Dave served in the army in Germany. As president of the local Audubon Society, he was dedicated to saving wildlife areas. In discovering the continual dumping into the old canal bed in Camillus, he approached the town to curtail the operation.

He has served on the Board of Directors of the New York State Canal Society for many years and helped in the planning of the Port Byron Project. He is the author of "Camillus: Halfway There," a treatise on structures on the Erie Canal and their functions.

Among the many awards and honors he has received, perhaps the most treasured, is the Spirit of the Canal Award presented to the Beebes at the Rochester World Canal Conference in 2000. The Beebes have also received an Outstanding Alumni Citation from St Lawrence University and been inducted in the West Genesee and Town of Camillus Hall of Fame.

No registration needed, drop ins welcome!

Admission: $5.00

Free for CLCBM members

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Winter Wilderness Adventure STEM Camp
Feb
19
to Feb 20

Winter Wilderness Adventure STEM Camp

  • Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum (map)
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Experience the science, technology, engineering and math of winter while having fun on the Erie Canal this February!

Put your mind and body to the test as you build a traditional snow shelter, acquire winter science skills, learn how to eat to stay warm, live demonstrations, play exciting snow games, and much, much more!

An exciting, fun, hands-on STEM adventure!

Ages: 8-12, $20 members/$30 non-members Tickets by Eventbrite GET TICKETS

Spots are limited Please pack a lunch

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Coffee with Friends
Feb
13
10:00 AM10:00

Coffee with Friends

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Presentation by: Bob Reed

For years volunteer and artist Bob Reed has delighted us at Chittenango Landing with his historic paintings of Chittenango and the Canal. This month's Coffee with Friends will only add to that legacy as Bob will unveil his most recently completed painting of the Chittenango Canal turn-around. Many of his other historic paintings will also be on display.

No registration needed, drop ins welcome! . As always Coffee with Friends is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be provided.

Next Coffee with Friends: March 13, 2019.

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