Auburn, N.Y. – The Cayuga County Tourism Office is very excited to announce the recipients of the Harriet Tubman Inspired Events Grant! For the second year now, in the spirit of Harriet Tubman’s Legacy, we asked local businesses and organizations to come up with an event, activity or performance that would educate, entertain, inspire and promote Harriet Tubman’s life and legacy.
We were very pleased, honored and overwhelmed with the response. These events offer unique and special opportunities to visitors and residents alike, while some bring national voices to our communities. There have been such creative ideas presented and we are looking forward to many great events celebrating Harriet Tubman’s Legacy and highlighting black history in Cayuga County.
Karen Kuhl, Executive Director of the Cayuga County Office of Touism said, “Harriet Tubman’s Legacy lives on in each of the organizations that have included programming in her honor. We look forward to promoting all these events and encourage everyone to attend.”
Grantees this year include Melody’s, TomatoFest of Central New York, Booker T. Washington Community Center, Schweinfurth Art Center, RB Entertainment LLC, Authentic LeaderShift, LLC, Howland Stone Store Museum, Fair Haven Community Arts Center, EID, Blueprint, LLC, Harriet Tubman Liberation Foundation, East Hill Medical Center, aaduna, Inc., Seward House Museum, Montezuma & Lock 52 Historical Societies, Auburn/Cayuga County NAACP, and Auburn Public Theater.
Congratulations to all, we are honored to be able to support such impactful organizations and businesses.
The Cayuga County Office Convention and Visitors Bureau Inc. was established in 1995 as Cayuga County’s official tourism promotion agency. Our mission is to promote, support and increase tourism and thereby stimulate economic growth and improve the quality of life for area residents.
Karen Kuhl, Executive Director
Cayuga County Office of Tourism