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Cayuga Museum Closing for Winter on December 28

Only two weeks left to visit the Cayuga Museum and the Case Research Lab before we close for the season.

The Cayuga Museum is open from Noon-5 PM, Wednesday-Saturday (closed on December 25) and will close on Saturday, December 28. The Museum will open again to the public on March 6, 2020 with a brand new set of thrilling opportunities to explore your local history!

Don't miss the final iteration of the 2019 CNY Emerging Artist Project, featuring art work from the Auburn-based Sanctorum Art Collective. Make your own contribution to this exhibit and add some artwork of your own to the collaborative painting. The final product will be hung in the Art Collective's gallery in the Phoenix Building on Genesee Street.

This will also be your last chance to see the Museum’s main history exhibit of 2019 focuses on the impact and importance of protest in the history of the United States and Auburn. Create your own protest sign and make your voice heard about the cause you care about most.

And of course, don’t forget to take a tour of the Case Research Lab, the birthplace of sound film!

For more information, contact Director of Development and Outreach Geoffrey Starks at geoffrey@cayugamuseum.org or call (315) 253-8051. The Cayuga Museum is located at 203 Genesee St. in Auburn. Parking is available on Genesee Street and behind the Museum.