The Platt Memorial Library is pleased to be hosting an engaging program from Fort Ticonderoga’s Center for Digital History about the day-to-day experience of being a soldier in the American Revolution, through this visually rich, entertaining program.
This program features 30 minutes of an interactive presentation followed by 15 to 20 minutes of questions and answers. Featuring one costumed presenter and two moderators, this gives attendees the opportunity to ask and answer questions in a live chat.
In addition to a costumed educator, with high-quality reproduction historic items, A Soldier’s Life has visuals that connect math, geography, and historic concepts. This program is great for homeschooling families, kids who are interested in history, and adults who want a closer look at a soldier’s life.
Register online to receive the Zoom password: https://forms.gle/dkjaiZQAXzd29J9i8
This program is brought to our community thanks to the Walter Cerf Grant.