River to Sea Lost History Week

"Lost History Week"  is Phase 2 of the   River to Sea Nature and History Corridor

Lost History Week featured forgotten or erased history and emphasizes historic and natural places accessible from the St Johns River-to-Sea Loop in Volusia County.  The project is led by the St Johns River-to-Sea Loop Alliance in partnership with Stetson University and Enterprise Museum

The week included lectures, exhibits and a virtual tour available to a limited audience at Enterprise Museum and online.  All events are free of charge but reservations  are required.  

If you missed the presentations please send email to info@river2SeaLoop.org to request links to videos.    

If you missed any of the offerings of “Lost History Week” - at Enterprise Museum and online - don't worry... we'll be sharing the videos and other results in the next couple of days so stay tuned.

You still have a chance to see the exhibits at Enterprise Museum (360 Main St, Enterprise, FL) through Monday March 29. The museum’s scheduled hours are 10-2 Thursday through Saturday and on request for a private tour by calling Cindy Sullivan 386-804-6087. Don't miss these amazing exhibits of our region's past.

If you attended any of the sessions or if you view any of the videos, PLEASE complete and submit your evaluation Survey.  This is very important to allow our organization to continue to advance out mission of supporting trails and increasing active equitable mobility.   

March 16  6:00 pm Dr. Andy Eisen "Slavery and the Struggle for Freedom"

March 18 6:00 pm Dr. Tony Abbott  " Creating Wilderness - Selective Memorial and William Bartram" 

March 20  Virtual History Tour at Enterprise Museum

The project is made possible by a grant from Florida Humanities Council.