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Fri, Jan. 25, 2019
  Life Along the Hudson:
The Historic Country Estates of the Livingston Family
7:00pm;  at the Starr Library
Featuring Pieter Estersohn, a leading photographer of architecture
and interiors, and author of a book about the Livigston estates which
features three dozen country homes, many overlooking the Hudson River.
Many have been restored to their former splendor by the original owners'
descendants as well as recent leaders of New York City industry & the arts.

Rhinebeck Historical Society

Sat, Jan. 26, 2019
  Soup Night at the Elendorph Inn
6:00pm - 8:00pm;  at the Elmendorph (7562 North Broadway, Red Hook)
Join friends & neighbors for an evening at Red Hook's cozy historic tavern.
Enjoy a variety of tasty homemade soups, bread, salad & live music(Duality).

Historic Red Hook

Sat, Feb.  2, 2019
  Living History Day at the Elendorph Inn
11:00am - 4:00pm;  at the Elmendorph (7562 North Broadway, Red Hook)
Experience February 2, 1774 in Red Hook! To glimpse a day in the life of
an 18th century Albany Post Road tavern in winter. Speak with costumed
interpreters. Learn about the political tensions in New York
following news
of the Boston Tea Party, and patterns of everyday life in the 18th century.

Historic Red Hook

Sun, Feb. 10, 2019
  Life Along the Hudson:
The Historic Country Estates of the Livingston Family
3:00pm - 4:30pm;  at the Elmendorph (7562 North Broadway, Red Hook)
Featuring Pieter Estersohn, a leading photographer of architecture
and interiors, and author of a book about the Livigston estates which
features three dozen country homes, many overlooking the Hudson River.
Mr. Estersohn owns a home in Red Hook, and will talk about his research,
focusing on estates in Red Hook.

Historic Red Hook

Fri, Feb. 22, 2019
  Gilded Age Scandals
7:00pm;  at the Starr Library
Featuring Don Frazer, the Educator at Staatsburgh State Historic Site
(Mills Mansion), focusing a spotlight on the scandalous behavior and
intrigues of the very rich at the turn of the century.

Rhinebeck Historical Society

Sat, Feb. 23, 2019
  Chili Night at the Elendorph Inn
6:00pm - 8:00pm;  at the Elmendorph (7562 North Broadway, Red Hook)
Join friends & neighbors for a cozy winter evening at Red Hook's historic
tavern. Enjoy a variety of homemade chilis and live music by Red Hook's
own Maggie Rothwell.

Historic Red Hook

Fri, Mar. 29, 2019
  A Road Through Time - New York State's First Road
7:00pm;  at the Starr Library
Featuring Richard Fiegel, publisher
of "A Road Through Time":
Manhattan to the Adirondacks on New York State's First Road.

Rhinebeck Historical Society

Fri, Apr. 26, 2019
  The Schultz Family of Rhinebeck
7:00pm;  at the Starr Library
Featuring David Miller, who will take us through the story of this very
important family, using albums and other items from our archives.

Rhinebeck Historical Society

Fri, May. 17, 2019
  Hidden Treasures of the Hudson Valley III 
7:00pm;  at the Starr Library
This is Tony Musso's third book of the Hidden Treasures of the Hudson Valley series. The author identifies another 55 lesser know but historically rich sites, which played an important role in the establishment of the region.
Tony's talk will highlight many of tese sites.

Rhinebeck Historical Society

 
 

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