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Thank You, Volunteers!

Finally, spring is here in all its glory: the trees in Fort Steuben Park are in full bloom, the tulips have opened their faces, and our volunteers are busily mowing and weed-eating the grass. We are so thankful for our volunteers who help us maintain the property, organize and operate the Museum Shop, control parking at our concerts and events, and stuff envelopes for requests for information.

That friendly voice who answers the phone is a volunteer. The greeters who welcome you to our site are volunteers. And our knowledgeable and entertaining tour guides are volunteers. During this "Time of Covid," they have faithfully worn masks, kept social distancing, and cleaned surfaces. As with many other non-profits, we couldn't function without them!

Give us a call if you would like to donate your time and talent in "Keeping History Alive!" at Historic Fort Steuben.

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