Echoes Through Time Learning Center
The Only education center in Western New York
dedicated to the Civil War era !
We introduce a new approach in education regarding American Civil War history …
our “Hands on History” programs are exciting, educational & fun…
We provide a wide variety of: educational programs & talks, demonstrations, local tours (including battlefield tour guides)
We are involved in doing a wide variety of programs catering to our educators, schools, scouts troops, to name a few… basically we are interested in assisting all types of civil organizations & veteran groups.
WE ARE GREAT FOR A WIDE VARIETY OF PROGRAMS…..
Outdoor Living History Programs • Battle Reenactments • Hands-on Historical Programs • Live Demonstrations • Educational programs • Teacher & Student Teacher Programs & Training• Classroom Visits • Speaker Programs • Veteran Memorials • Color Guard & Parades • Veteran / Descendant Organizations • Cemetery Research • Military Research • Genealogy • Guided Battlefield Tour • Local / Regional Historical Tours
TRY US FOR YOUR NEXT EVENT OR FUNCTION !
And when you are visiting our Learning Center – Enjoy a hot cup of coffee & a bake good at our Café… browse thru our bookshop… Lots of Civil War titles & subjects to choose from .
Echoes Through Time updated their cover photo.
ETT is nearly ready to open, we are just waiting on our front window sign
We are looking for some extra volunteers to assist us in our operation - we can sure use the help
Anyone interested in volunteering at the Learning Center - let us know what time you are available & days of the week
We are working on a schedule and days we will be opened
"ETT is nearly ready to reopen..." on their own photo.
The ETT LEARNING CENTER will soon have a new location!
39 E. Main, Springville, NY
Near town park.
Watch this space for opening dates!
"I am here, alive and well -..." on John Tucker's post on Echoes Through Time's Timeline.
ATTENTION, all our ETT Volunteers & supporters - -
Good news.... We are working on finalizing our new location of the Echoes Through Time Learning Center.
We will be re-opening soon
Civil War veteran Samuel Decker poses with the prosthetic arms he made for himself... somehow.
This is from last summer but I just came across it. Great footage of Gettysburg 150, until the final second.
Lewis Powell, a co-conspirator in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Amazing quality photograph for the period.
"I am looking forward to another season of Rambling Lou tours.
Hope all our friends & guest will come and join us for another exciting year of fun
See everyone soon.... :)
Bus driver Steve -
Niagara Scenic Tours" on WXRL Radio 1300 AM Lancaster NY's timeline.
Echoes Through Time shared The Buffalo History Museum's photo.
Echoes Through Time shared US Battalion of Engineers Co. A's status update.
Happy to have joined the Buffalo History Museum to commemorate Abraham Lincoln's birthday. The longest running celebration in the nation!
To all former members of the 36th VA Infantry Company B
and to all of our other Reenactor’s friends of the 36th VA
whom we acquired through the years
Tom Place & myself had an idea to gather all our former 36th VA & 22nd VA Bn members, etc – for one last hurrah – a reunion of our former members & ole reenacting buddies to form a ghost battalion of sorts, to attend the 150th anniversary battle of Cedar Creek, (of which the 36th VA actually took part in), the last major battle in the Shenandoah Valley.
I like to ask what kind of interest that we may have, in attending this reenactment, and just kicking around some ideas.
No politics, no strings attached – just a bunch of us old veteran reenactors to do one last hurrah, and kick around the old camp fire, tell some stories, burn some powder and remember how it felt to trample the fields of ole’ Virginia….
Just one last hurrah for the last battle in the valley.
No details to give other than this reenactment battle will happen 150 years later on the actual date…
So come on you veterans, send me back a email, and give me your thoughts…..
It would be great to get the old gang back together, to enjoy the last major battle in the Shenandoah Valley…..
Leave your comments on our Facebook page for the Echoes Through Time Learning Center
But please send me a EMAIL regarding your interest
Registration is $15.00 by March 15 – and only goes up in price from their – with a max $$ in October of $40.00 for walk ons
So think about it, and get back to me ASAP
Just so everyone knows
Our get-to-gether at Miss Pats, is officially postponed to next weekend Feb 2 - due to weather, and our host was a tad under the weather this week, we hope that Miss Pat is getting well, as well as her daughter Debbie
Look forward to seeing you all next week
Please pass on the news
To all our friends & supporters of our Echoes Through Time Learning Center
We are planning a get-together over at Miss Pats humble home this Sunday - Jan 26th, 2014 early afternoon 1:30 / 2:00 PM until 6 pm
Please bring a small dish to pass or a desert
If we have adverse weather conditions, we will postpone our gathering for the following Sunday Feb 2, 2014 - (same time & place) -
All we ask is for you to contact Miss Pat to let her know if you will be attending / and for us to know who will be attending & how many of us will be there - AND MOST IMPORTANTLY
What you will be bringing
Tom Place & I will inform everyone about what is happening with the learning center and what our future involvements will be for our 2014 season
Look forward to seeing everyone
Happy New Year
Echoes Through Time shared Raymond Ball's photo.
Echoes Through Time shared Raymond Ball's photo.
"Yes indeed... how is Steve..." on John Tucker's post on Echoes Through Time's Timeline.
Echoes Through Time shared Buffalo Civil War Roundtable's photo.
We share the grief expressed below. The Lemke family have supported our mission of education and preservation from the very beginning of our efforts, with innumerable hours spent teaching and living the history of our country.
God Speed DIck, "The Poiltician", "The Senator".
Our love and support is offered to "Miss Pat", and the Lemke family.