Distraction Digest
March 23-27
We may all be keeping a safe distance from each other but we hope to invite a little more "social" into the equation...

Each Monday for the duration of our closure, we'll share a taste of the digital programming to come. We have laid out an ambitious schedule for ourselves that combines all of the elements that you love about our existing social media channels and in-person programs with some extras that we hope will add a positive distraction in this time of uncertainty.

The youth activities may compliment students' curriculum and meet Georgia Standards of Excellence for elementary grade levels. But we think that learners of all ages will enjoy them as well! All of these digital experiences are offered free of charge and help us forward our mission to enrich the community through the exploration and discovery of its history, people, and stories.
Sorry for our mistake, links corrected!
All At-Home Resources can be accessed at thomasvillehistory.org/athome
Monday, March 23
Tuesday, March 24
The Art of Managing Southern Longleaf, Lecture Recording
Video Premiere, Facebook, Noon
Presented at the Thomas County Historical Society on February 28, 2010, as a part of the annual Spring Lecture Series. The program features Leon Neel, Albert G. Way, and Paul S. Sutter. The program is based on the book, “The Art of Managing Southern Longleaf: A Personal History of the Stoddard-Neel Approach.”
Thursday, March 26
When Jefferson Dined Alone, Lecture Recording
Video Premiere, Facebook, Noon
Dr. Stan Deaton is the Senior Historian and the Dr. Elaine B. Andrews Distinguished Historian at the Georgia Historical Society in Savannah, Georgia. He has been on staff at the GHS since 1998. Dr. Deaton presented “When Jefferson Dined Alone” at the Thomasville History Center (then the Thomas County Historical Society & Museum of History) on January 30, 2005. 
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