The Massachusetts Historical Society has announced “Underrepresented Voices of the American Revolution,” a conference set for July 14th through 16th. [Read more…] about Underrepresented Voices of the American Revolution Conference July 14-16
The Mayfest Farmers and Makers Market, showcasing a curated selection of the Hudson Valley’s finest producers – farms, distilleries, breweries, wineries, restaurants, artists, artisans, and more – is set for Saturday, May 21st and Sunday, May 22nd, at the Hudson Valley Rail Trail and west approach to Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park. [Read more…] about Mayfest Farmers and Makers Market at Walkway Over the Hudson
Staatsburgh State Historic Site will host “The Real Gilded Age: America’s Elite in the Downton Abbey Era,” a tour set for Sundays, May 22nd and 29th, and Saturday, May 28th.
The Staatsburgh Site includes the elegant country home of Ogden Mills and his wife Ruth Livingston Mills overlooking the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains in Staatsburgh, Dutchess County, NY. [Read more…] about The Real Gilded Age: America’s Elite at Staatsburgh
The Friends of Hathorn House Historical Society will host a Founders’ Day living history event on the grounds of the Old Stone House Inn in Warwick, Orange County, on Saturday, May 21st. [Read more…] about Founders’ Day at Warwick On Saturday
The Jacob Leisler Institute for the Study of Early New York History, in Hudson, Columbia County, NY has been awarded a $900 grant from the Hudson River Bank & Trust Foundation to help support the Institute’s public engagement programing. This grant will be used to fund library lectures as well as an internship program for area college and secondary school students. [Read more…] about Grant to Jacob Leisler Institute to Fund Lectures, Internships
The NYS Depart of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is releasing five recreation themed trail support patch designs throughout 2022, each available for a limited time only, or you can purchase the full set of all five designs at any time, while supplies last.
Just released, the third design features a rider on horseback with a green background. [Read more…] about New Equestrian Trails Supporter Patch
New York Sea Grant, in partnership with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), has announced $400,000 in grant funding now available for Great Lakes ecosystem-based management projects in support of New York’s Great Lakes Action Agenda. Awards of up to $50,000 per project will be available from the New York Great Lakes Basin Small Grants Program. [Read more…] about $400k Available in Grants for Great Lakes Basin Projects
Lake Champlain Maritime Museum has announced that they will remain free for all visitors for the 2022 season. The museum will be open from May 21st through October 16th with outside and indoor exhibits, summer camps and expeditions, historic replica boats, new public programs, and more. [Read more…] about Lake Champlain Maritime Museum to Reopen For Free May 21st
Fraunces Tavern Museum will host “Female Genius: Eliza Harriot and George Washington at the Dawn of the Constitution,” a free program by Mary Sarah Bilder on Thursday, May 19th.
In this lecture, Mary Sarah Bilder looks to the 1780s, the Age of the Constitution, to investigate the rise of a radical new idea in the English-speaking world: female genius. [Read more…] about Female Genius: Eliza Harriot and George Washington
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is seeking public comment on a draft management plan for the Edinburgh and Corinth Conservation Easement Tracts in Saratoga County. The public comment period is open until June 10th, 2022. [Read more…] about Edinburgh and Corinth Tracts Management Comments Sought