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Gather up, History Explorers Club, as we celebrate Native American Heritage Month with our friends from Ganondagan State Historic Site on Wednesday, November 18, from 3:30-4:30 p.m.

In this live “virtual play date,” kids will meet with special guests Tonia Galban (Mohawk, Bear Clan) and Gabriele Papa (Seneca, Hawk Clan) to learn about traditional Haudenosaunee storytelling, an essential part of Haudenosaunee culture. Each club meeting includes a different activity to tie in with the meeting’s topic.

“As families are trying to find new ways to learn online and discover fun things to do at home together, History Explorers Club is a great space to do that,” said Rebecca Franco, the Museum’s Family Programs Manager. “These live virtual playdates are where kids get to discover the people, places, and events of the American Revolution through games, art, stories, and other activities in a way that’s fun and interactive.”

History Explorer’s Club is best enjoyed by ages 7-11, but is fun for all kids. Registration is $4 for Museum Members and $7 for general admission. Tickets can be purchased here.

The next History Explorers Club meeting will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2020 from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. and will explore a mysterious snowy journey by Henry Knox, an officer in the Continental Army, in December of 1775. Participants will discover the story of Knox’s journey, explore a miniature diorama, and look at replica objects in order to solve how exactly he managed to move 59 cannons in the middle of winter to help free the city of Boston.

About Ganondagan Historic Site
Ganondagan State Historic Site, located in Victor, NY, is a National Historic Landmark, the only New York State Historic Site dedicated to a Native American theme, and the only Seneca town developed and interpreted in the United States. Spanning 569 acres, Ganondagan is the original site of a 17th-century Seneca town that existed there peacefully more than 350 years ago. The culture, art, agriculture, and government of the Seneca people influenced our modern understanding of equality, democratic government, women’s rights, ecology, and natural foods. For more information, visit

About Museum of the American Revolution

The Museum of the American Revolution uncovers and shares compelling stories about the diverse people and complex events that sparked America’s ongoing experiment in liberty, equality, and self-government. Through the Museum’s unmatched collection, immersive galleries, powerful theater experiences, and interactive elements, visitors gain a deeper appreciation for how this nation came to be and feel inspired to consider their role in ensuring that the promise of the American Revolution endures. Located just steps away from Independence Hall, the Museum serves as a portal to the region’s many Revolutionary sites, sparking interest, providing context, and encouraging exploration. The Museum, which opened on April 19, 2017, is a private, non-profit, and non-partisan organization. For more information, visit or call 877.740.1776.