Floating Classroom: History Aboard the Hiawatha

Tuesday, August 11, 2020 - 10:00am - 11:00am

Description: Join Susquehanna Jack (published historian John Moore) and educational musician Van Wagner for a look at the rich history of the Susquehanna River in the Williamsport region and beyond.

Van Wagner is a teacher in the Lewisburg School District and renowned local musician with more than 20 albums of original regionally based songs that both entertain and educate. Hear some of his music and more about his passion for the region's history in this podcast interview. You can also learn more about Van Wagner via his website by clicking here.

John Moore is a published historical author with more than a dozen books to his name via the Sunbury Press. He is also a professional storyteller who specializes in Pennsylvania’s colonial history. Dressed in 18th century clothing, he takes on the persona of “Susquehanna Jack,” and will be talking about the native Americans and settlers of European descent who lived in the West Branch Valley. 

Location: Williamsport, PA

Registration: Pricing will be $10 for the first student in each family (under 18) and $8 for each additional student per family and parent/guardian rate of $5. You can register, here.