Fulton County Museum goes virtual amid COVID-19


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GLOVERSVILLE – The Fulton County Historical Society’s Fulton County Museum is going virtual amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The society announced Monday a series of online events to be held in place of in-person ones at the museum as the society’s site will remain closed to the public for the 2020 season.

“Though we are deeply disappointed that we cannot offer an in-person museum experience this season, we hope that this decision will ultimately benefit members, visitors, and staff,” a society email reads.


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Society officials are developing  virtual experiences through the end oft he year and many currently scheduled programs are to be “re-envisioned” as virtual events.

The events are to include online lectures and exhibits, behind the scenes tours, at-home lesson plans and more on the society’s website and on Facebook.

Currently scheduled online events are: A virtual ice cream social, May 15, from 6 to 8 p.m. on the society’s Facebook page, and a virtual trivia night, May 28, from 6 to 8 p.m.

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