GARDINER — School Administrative District 11 Adult Education will host a two-hour, multi-media, 3-D historic discovery program from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 7, at Gardiner Area High School, 40 West Hill Road.

“Journey Uptah Camp” will be presented by the Friends of the Maine State Museum. Attendees will be guided through the history of Maine sportsmen and the sporting camp tradition with Bernard Fishman, the director of the Maine State Museum. Fishman will present and narrate more than 60 century-old historic stereo view images of Maine Sporting Camps. 3-D glasses for viewing will be provided.

Jennifer Dube, director of the Friends of the Maine State Museum, will complement the narration with a documentary video that includes rich stories of avid Maine sportsmen and woman who share a deep and important traditional knowledge of an important Maine community — the avid Maine Sportsmen and Sporting Camp Tradition. This presentation, Uptah Camp, can be further explored through seven oral history transcripts and additional documentary videos.

The registration fee is $12.

For more information, call 582-3774. To register, visit msad11.maineadulted.org.

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