CALENDAR

  • Fri
    01
    Mar
    2024
    7:30 pmZoom Only

    Presented by Nancy Siegel, Professor of Art History at Towson University

    Susie Barstow in hiking suit* Registration is required for this Zoom only presentation

    Why do we not know more of Susie M. Barstow (1836–1923), a prolific artist and notable figure in the field of American landscape painting? Nancy Siegel, Professor of Art History at Towson University, draws on previously unknown archival materials (letters, dairies, photographs, paintings, drawings, and sketchbooks) to discuss the life and career of this fascinating artist within the context of the Hudson River School.

    * You must register for this program to receive the Zoom link. Please click here to register and request the Zoom link. Registration is limited.

  • Fri
    05
    Apr
    2024
    6:30 pmCreek Meeting House

    We will be electing new trustees after enjoying a delicious, homemade potluck dinner. Bring a covered dish to share and your appetite for good food and socializing.

  • Fri
    03
    May
    2024
    7:30 pmIn Person at the Creek Meeting House & via Zoom

    Presented by Stacy Whittaker.

    Hannah Jane Smith SamplerThis talk will examine embroidered samplers from Dutchess County and how much they can tell us about local history, women’s education, religion, material culture and more. Special attention will be given to work made by girls from Clinton and nearby towns. Ms. Whittaker will also discuss the Dutchess County Sampler Initiative and why our area is so important in the history of American Schoolgirl Needlework.

    On Friday, May 3 at 7:30 pm click here to join the Zoom presentation or join us in person at the Creek Meeting House.

  • Fri
    07
    Jun
    2024
    7:30 pmIn Person at the Creek Meeting House & via Zoom

    Presented by Richard Lahey.

    Two Wheel Carriage

    Richard Lahey, a founding member of the Mid-Hudson Driving Association, presents a program on 19th century horsedrawn carriages and sleighs. The vehicles were collected over the course of fifty years and many are still in his collection. Some are of special interest because of their connection to local Dutchess County residents and others for their use in various movies.

    On Friday, June 7 at 7:30 pm click here to join the Zoom presentation or join us in person at the Creek Meeting House.