The Finger Lakes Museum (FLM) has been in existence since 2009. Centrally located in the Finger Lakes region, in the hamlet of Branchport, NY, on the northwest fork of Keuka Lake, the FLM's 29-acre site encompasses a 16-acre wetland/preserve—known as the Townsend-Grady Wildlife Preserve—and a 13-acre Campus that includes a 17,000 square foot building currently under phased renovation. The FLM lives its mission by offering quality outdoor programs, while working to raise capital to build an exhibit hall and community center. There is no other place in the Finger Lakes region that tells the story of the entire region, and also educates and promotes stewardship of the diverse ecology of this vast area.
Those of you that have attended a program or event on our campus have seen our Creekside Center barn. A wonderful addition to our campus a few years ago, it is not yet complete! While we are able to host events and store our summer programming essentials in the barn, there are still many things that need to be done to make this a fully functioning space where the community can spend time with us during programs and events.
We had an incredibly successful campaign a few weeks ago to outfit the Creekside Center barn with a concrete floor. But what else does it take to finish out the Creekside Center? There are two lean-tos on either side of the barn that need flooring as well. Imagine a beautiful outdoor space to complement the indoor space where our programs will be held!
By supporting our local community businesses for the materials, local skilled tradesman for completing the work, we can continue to host events and programs in an even better and more functional space while supporting the community.
We appreciate your financial support and hope that you will join us when the project is completed to see the transformation!
We focus on: The Environment, Education
Where we are: Livingston, Ontario, Orleans, Seneca, Yates
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