This activity has been cancelled.
Learn strategies to investigate history of local buildings, spaces, or even your own home. Class participants will need lined notebooks, pens and pencils, possibly a recording device (most cell phones have this capability) and weather- appropriate shoes and clothing. Sessions will be conducted both with instructor present and on individual’s own time. For up-to-date information please e-mail email@example.com or visit ashlandparksandrec.org.
WHO: Adults with interest in local history and mobility for short tours
WHAT: Community “sleuths” will learn to research a particular location within the community using historical documents and accessing historical photographs using primary documents, internet, and interviewing techniques, and produce a record they can keep and/or share for future researchers
INSTRUCTOR: Lisa Gioia is currently the administrator of Pioneer Cemetery in Medford, has taught World History at RCC, and was Yreka Museum director for 5 years.
AGES: 18 & up
DATE: Session 2: Nov 7 & 21
PLACE: North Mountain Park Pavilion (*Classes may be held on Zoom during inclement weather)
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