Fri09Sep20227:30 pmIn Person & via Zoom
Presented by Chip Holman.
Olin Dows (1904 - 1981) was raised at Glenburn in Rhinebeck and studied painting at Harvard and the Art Students League. A lifetime painter of Dutchess County scenery, he was a leader of Roosevelt's Depression era art programs in public buildings and post offices. Chip will speak on Dows' local work on the early 1930s and the period up to World War II.
Sat24Sep202211:00 amCreek Meeting House
Due to circumstances beyond our control this event has been canceled
Driving Tour 11AM – 4 PM
Garden Party Reception 4-5:30 PM
The Clinton Historical Society is holding its second annual driving tour of registered local landmarks on Saturday, September 24, 11 AM to 4 PM. Trained docents will explain the historical and architectural significance by providing exterior tours at ten historic properties. With the aid of a map provided by the Society, the tour is self-guided concludes with a garden party reception at an historic private home. The Town of Clinton is remarkable for its rich tapestry of historic properties and well-preserved rural landscape. A recent historical resource survey identified 231 historically significant properties in the town. Join us on September 24 and learn about ten of them as you ramble through the lanes and back roads the Town of Clinton, a little-known Dutchess County gem.
$30 members of the Clinton Historical Society/$50 nonmembers.
Fri07Oct2022Sat08Oct20229am - 4pmCreek Meeting House
Join us for our annual Fall Tag Sale.
Please remember us for your unwanted items of value to help support CHS. Donation's are accepted beginning September 26. Please, no stuffed furniture, clothing or electronics.