SAVE OUR SEAPORT TO SHOWCASE SOUTH STREET SEAPORT MUSEUM EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
For Immediate Release
February 15, 2016
SAVE OUR SEAPORT TO SHOWCASE SOUTH STREET SEAPORT MUSEUM EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES DURING NEXT MEETING
February 29 meeting will feature South Street Seaport Museum Director of Education, Laura Norwitz
NEW YORK – Save Our Seaport will be host to the South Street Seaport Museum Director of Education, Laura Norwitz for its next meeting on Monday, February 29. Discussion will include the educational opportunities that the Seaport Museum and South Street Seaport Historic District have to offer the surrounding communities.
- In 2015, over 7,000 people were able to participate in the Seaport Museum’s educational programming
- Educational opportunities are available for every age-group starting with toddlers and pre-schoolers
- The South Street Seaport Museum offers programs on land, on board and afloat
Date: Monday, February 29, 2016
Time: 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Location: Southbridge Towers Community Meeting Room, 66 Frankfort Street
About Save Our Seaport
Save Our Seaport (SOS) is a grassroots organization that began primarily among South Street Seaport Museum volunteers and former staff, including its founding President, Peter Stanford. Since 2011, SOS has grown to include a broad array of citizens concerned with the preservation of the Museum, the Seaport Historic District, New York and American maritime history, the Museum ships and waterfront, and the District’s public markets.
SOS continues to defend the inherent character and public purpose of this neighborhood, seeks to ensure its revitalization, and opposes the imposition of development interests over those of residents and New Yorkers at large.
Visit our website: SaveOurSeaport.wordpress.com.
On Twitter: @SaveOurSeaport and on Facebook: www.facebook.com/SaveOurSeaport
Daelyn Fortney – firstname.lastname@example.org