Sunday, August 22, 2010

Canal Splash A Success!

Stop 5: Tour Guide, Mike Riley begins the last tour
stop near the site where the original Erie
Canal opened in Montezuma, NY in 1820.

We thank everyone who participated in the Canal Splash event, or just looked over the information on the blog. As a first event, we learned a lot and we thank that people on the guided tours who were our test subjects. Using what we learned, we will be reformatting the tour a bit for next year.

If you are happening upon this blog site after August 14, 2010, we have a bunch of information on canal sites in Cayuga County available for you. By going back to the tour schedule and clicking on the blue links, you can download information sheets on canal sites located across the county.

The contact information remains the same. If you are coming to Cayuga County to see the canal sights alone or in a group, we are available to help guide you. If you want to look around on your own, we have very nice printed tour guides that will on a walking tour around Montezuma and or Port Byron. These are available for purchase for a very reasonable price and the sales go to benefit the local historical society. Just contact this email on this blog site.

Also, check out a new blog for the Montezuma Heritage Park located at the former archaeology dig site at:

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