Julie Johnson will discuss common myths heard in museums and historic sites. This presentation will help you learn which famous stories are fact and which ones are fiction. Julie Johnson is a member of the Hendrick Hudson Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution in Hudson, New York. She serves as a Correspondent Docent for the DAR Museum in Washington DC. Julie holds a Master of Arts degree in Public History from Middle Tennessee State University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History from SUNY New Paltz. Her areas of interest include women’s studies and the American Revolution. She has worked at several museums, historic sites, and archives in museum education, collections management, and exhibitions. Julie became a Correspondent Docent for the DAR Museum in April of 2022 and is a big supporter of the museum’s exhibitions and outreach programs. This is an in-person program hosted at Mabee Farm Historic Site. Light refreshments and coffee will be served. Admission is free for members, otherwise $8 the day of the program. No advanced tickets.