Here is the link to our first in a series of 6 long-distance learning sessions.
a 3 week series of two live online learning lessons offered by Old Fort Niagara starting May 12th, 2020 at 10 am. The second lessons will be held Thursday, May 14th at 10 am. The third and fourth lessons will be held Tuesday and Thursday the week ending 5/24/20 at 10 am and the final lessons in this series will be the week of 6/1/20, also occurring Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10 am.
New lessons on new subjects will appear every week on Tuesdays and Thursdays after that.
You must preregister for each of the Fort's online learning sessions and provide the password that will be supplied to participate.
Students don't need webcams to participate. They can follow the lessons on any computer or smart device by clicking on the provided link. They can also chat to ask questions. The Fort will try to answer all questions asked, even if the question isn't answered during the lesson.
Old Fort Niagara is an international, historic treasure sitting on the southern shores of Lake Ontario at the mouth of the lower Niagara River. With almost 300 years of history that is shared by the United States, Britain, France, Canada, and the Native Americans it is a treasure trove of interesting stories and interactive presentations, as it is a living museum that celebrates our past.
Join us for these informative, fun, online lessons that are accompanied by video presentations, live teaching, and a question and answer session for participants.
Download the Fort's book here to https://bit.ly/FortLessonBooklet to get an insight into the lessons they will share in this first series of long-distance learning.
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