Wednesday Morning Roundtable: Adapting in the Times of COVID

February’s program topic is, Adapting in Times of COVID, with participants Angela Daddabbo, Creative Director, Auburn Public Theater; Billye Chabot, Executive Director, Seward House Museum; and Donna Lamb, Executive Director, Schweinfurth Art Center. Courtney Rae Kasper, Visitor Experience Manager at the Equal Rights Heritage Center and Administrator for Auburn’s Historic & Cultural Sites Commission will moderate the session. This Auburn Downtown BID program is brought to you by Tompkins Trust Company.
Wednesday Morning Roundtable began in 2011, and its (now virtual) educational programs are presented monthly, unless otherwise scheduled, September–May. The recorded Zoom video sessions premiere for viewing on Facebook and YouTube channel on the third Wednesday of the month at 7:30AM, and are also available thereafter. The organizing committee invites individuals who represent sectors in business, non-profit, education and government, to enjoy our presentations on civic and cultural topics. The membership fee is $85 per program year, and it is sponsored in part by the Tompkins Trust Co. and two local foundations.


Feb 17 2021


7:30 am

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