Conference Planning Committee
Community members who generously volunteer their time and talent to make the conference an enriching, memorable event for all – – –
Deb Abel * Ann Cohan * Chris Cummings * Jazzie Gray * Julia Holcomb * MaryNell Morgan * Janine Moon * Ben Stewart * Paul Stewart
Would you like to be an exhibitor? Click here Exhibitor Letter and Response Form – 2019 to download the Exhibitor cover letter and response form.
Capital District Civil War Round Table – fostering education, awareness and respect for America’s historic heritage, with special focus on the Civil War period.
Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor – preserves our extraordinary canal heritage, promotes the Corridor as a world-class tourism destination, and fosters vibrant communities connected by more than 500 miles of waterway.
Capital District Coalition Against Islamophobia – Capital District Coalition Against Islamophobia is a coalition of many existing groups in New York State’s Capital region. Our purpose is to counter the anti-Muslim hate speech and growing incidence of violence and hostility in our country that have been rapidly accelerating since the November attacks in Paris and the December killings in San Bernardino, CA, and to act in support of our Muslim neighbors. We’ve decided to begin right here in our own community.
Ujima Journey provides youth with an Afrocentric cultural experience by leading journeys that provide access to the people, places and events that helped to shape who we are.
Would you like to be a vendor? Click here Vendor Letter and Response Form – 2019 to access the Vendor cover letter and response form.
Capital District Civil War Round Table fosters education, awareness and respect for America’s historic heritage, with special focus on the Civil War period.
SUNY Press publishes of scholarly and trade books, focusing on the humanities, social science, and fiction.
Redemption Christian Academy is one of four remaining Historically Black Boarding schools in the country. It hosts a diversity of students from across the United States and abroad.
Clifford Oliver is a veteran photographer well versed in advertising, commercial, editorial and fine art.Photography is his key to life, his entree into closed doors, other worlds, secret knowledge. Photography is our universal language.
Underground Railroad History Project will offer its signature merchandise for sale – books, bags, mugs, t-shirts and more.
Buttons Past to Present creates Artisan Antique Button Jewelry — adjustable button rings, bracelets and large button pins. Our purpose is to take the beauty of the past and share this with others. Buttons reflect our sociological development and our technical advancements. What we create is wearable history.
Interested in purchasing and/or selling raffle tickets? Call Mary Liz Stewart at 518-432-4432.
Matt George of the Capital District Civil War Round Table purchased the signed and numbered print, Drummer Boy 54th Massachusetts Regiment 1863, originally painted by artist Don Troiani. The proceed from the silent auction will be shared between the Capital District Civil War Round Table and Underground Railroad History Project. Opening bid will start at $75 and increase in $5 increments. If you have questions are are interested in bidding, please call Mary Liz Stewart at 518-432-4432.