The Waterford Museum is proud to announce next program in our Spring “Tuesdays at 10” program series, “Under Water: The Flood of 1913.” In late March 1913, a significant storm swept into the northeast and brought devastating floods. This talk will highlight how communities throughout the Capital District, especially those along the Hudson River like Albany, Troy, Watervliet, and Waterford, were affected. Stay after to visit the museum to explore their new exhibit about Waterford and the Flood of 1913.
Each program starts at 10:00am on the date indicated, at the Museum. Cost to attend each program: $5/member $6/general public.