Friday, June 22, 2018

NCCC Summer Lecture Series at Ticonderoga Campus

NCCC logoNorth Country Community College has begun a series of free lectures at their Ticonderoga campus. Local history, career skills, and gardening are among the topics that will be covered. Among those speaking will be Pete Nelson, who will deliver a talk about the history of Bald Peak on June 28th, and on the life of surveyor Medad Mitchell on August 2nd

Most of the lectures will be given by NCCC faculty. All lectures begin at 7 pm and will take place at the NCCC Ticonderoga Campus, 11 Hawkeye Trail, Ticonderoga.

The schedule is as follows:

June 28, 2018, “Bald Peak: The Most Important Mountain in New York History,” with Peter Nelson

July 12, 2018, “Gardening for Climate Change,” with Diane O’Connor

July 26, 2018, “Through the Gates of Hell: The Civil War Odyssey of Benjamin Hall,” with Tom McGrath

Aug. 2, 2018, “The Intrigues of Medad Mitchell,” with Peter Nelson

Aug. 9, 2018, “Drumming for Inner Peace,” with Mae Pagan

Aug. 16, 2018, “New York’s Doughboys: The Empire State in the Great War,” with Brian O’Connor

Aug. 23, 2018, “21st Century Skills: Exploring the Expectations for Today’s Job Market,” with Robin McGrath

For more information contact Chris Knight, NCCC Communications Director, at (518) 891-2915 ext. 1267 or [email protected]

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