Classes will be led by “dynamic, knowledgeable and passionate speakers on a variety of subjects relevant to better understanding Seneca Lake and its natural and cultural history,” say organizers.

Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association Youth Ambassadors will host Seneca Lake Academy at Geneva on March 18. Planned as “a day of reflection, exploration and inspiration,” the event will take place 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Geneva High School. The school is at 101 Carter Road.
Classes will be led by “dynamic, knowledgeable and passionate speakers on a variety of subjects relevant to better understanding Seneca Lake and its natural and cultural history,” according to a release. Presenters will include: Freida Jacques, Onondaga clanmother;
Walter Gable, Seneca County historian; Adrianna Hirtler, Finger Lakes naturalist; Julie Smith-Galvin, with Gravity Renewables; Patricia F. Thompson, Finger Lakes Community College; and Jacob Fox, with Organix Green Industries.
Admission will be free and lunch and activities for children ages five and up provided.
Advance registration is required by March15, 2017.