Certified Interpretive Guide (CIG) course
sponsored by the National Association for Interpretation
The nationally recognized Certified Interpretive Guide (CIG) program sponsored by the National Association for Interpretation is designed for anyone in the interpretive field. Whether you're a new hire, a professional desiring to refresh your skills, or beginning a second career, this course will aid you in improving your presentation techniques. The course combines the theoretical foundations of the profession with practical strategies in delivering quality interpretive programming to visitors.
Price: $235 (Certification is an additional $150)
Registration and more information:
Contact info: Instructor Scott Davidson, Phone: 802-457-2810 / Email
with Sean Stoughton
In this workshop, presenter Sean Stoughton of the Ken Seiling Waterloo Region Museum (Kitchener, ON) will demonstrate how to forge tools made from mild steel or wrought iron with hardenable steel faces. This style of tool making has been used by blacksmiths from antiquity to modern day in order to create durable iron tools without requiring large amounts of the more valuable and less forgiving steel needed for hard and sharp tool faces. This workshop will cover creating a wrought iron cross-pein hammer with steel faces on both sides, and if time allows will include replacing the steel blade of an axe head.
with the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum
Join your Midwest region colleagues at the MOMCC 2021 Virtual Spring Conference
March 18-20, 2021
Proposals are being accepted through December 30, 2020.
Submit your proposal today
Thursday, June 10
Track Focus: Sustainability: Survival of Living History in a Post-COVID-19 World
Friday June 11
Track Focus: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Living History Sites, with a special focus on Race and Living History: How Can We Do Better?
Saturday, June 12
Daylong: General ALHFAM Topics
More information coming soon!
Save the Date for the 2022 SEALHFAM Regional Conference
February 18-20, 2022
Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum
Information will be added as it becomes available
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