Walk the Walk
At the “Walk the Walk” school performance, your students will meet actors portraying Rochester’s African-American ancestors. Students will experience an onstage performance, as each Ancestor shares their story. Interactive activities keep students engaged during the performance. Pre/post visit materials prepare students and reinforce content.
Over the last 20 years, Walk the Walk: Encounters with Rochester’s African-American Ancestors has been performed for thousands of students, families and citizens. We’re excited to announce that for 2021, we are producing a film version that will be available on our website and free to all!
If you are an educator, contact Cindy Boyer for pre and post program activities.
Educational Programs at the Stone-Tolan House Historic Site
The Stone-Tolan House has long been an educational mainstay in Rochester, particularly for school field trips. What better place to learn about our history than at Monroe County’s oldest property? Our guided, interactive tour gives students and other visitors many opportunities to better envision life in our community’s earliest days, and understand the continuity & change it has experienced in the time since.
Check the calendar below for availability, then complete the appropriate form below to start scheduling your group’s visit. Please note that the house is CLOSED for the winter season January 1st – April 1st. Contact Cindy Boyer (firstname.lastname@example.org / (585) 546-7029 x12 ) with questions.