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Fort Plain partners with Montgomery County’s “Pastport” to History program

Cover of brochure with words 'Pastport" to History in Montgomery County, NY and image of building

Fort Plain Central School District is proud to partner with Montgomery County Tourism for theĀ “Pastport” to History program, a fun and engaging way for students and their families to learn and explore our extraordinary past.

“The ‘Pastport’ is a gateway to 17 historic sites, all located right here in our own community and perfect for a family-friendly, fun experience,” said Montgomery County Executive Mattew L. Ossenfort. “Through this special program, every child that brings their ‘Pastport’ to a Mongomery County historic site will receive FREE admission and a special ‘entry stamp.’ Students who collect at least 10 stamps will be entered in a special contest to receive a historic Montgomery County prize pack.”

The “Pastport” will be available in the elementary and high school entrance kiosks, or may be downloaded as a pdf here.

The county historian will be visiting schools next year to hear what students learned while exploring Montgomery County and to talk about the county’s rich history.