The Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society is seeking docent tour guides, volunteers for community outreach programs, assistants for special events and research team members. Those interested in learning more about the programs can take part in a free orientation and training sessions this spring.
The dates are Saturdays, April 9, 16, 23, or Saturdays, May 7, 14, 21 —- each session starts at 10 am and goes until 2 pm. Attendees should bring a lunch. Each session will provide guided tours of exhibits by museum education staff. April 9 & May 7: Training in “Fact, Fiction & Spectacle: The Trial of Red Jacket” exhibit, Native American Gallery
April 16 & May 14: Pioneer Gallery, Street of Shops exhibit, architecture of the museum building
April 23 & May 21: Neighbors, Road to Freedom, Bflo Made exhibits
Volunteers and tour guides may be college students or older- and should have flexible schedules. There is an ongoing need for weekday tour guides.
To register, contact Tara Lyons, Program Manager, at 873-9644 x311 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, see www.buffalohistory.org.
Photo: Buffalo and Erie Volunteers.
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