Sat07Aug2021Sun29Aug20211:00 - 4:00 pmCreek Meeting House
Saturdays & Sundays
August 7 - 29, 1:00 - 4:00 pm
Over 200 vintage images document the history of Hudson River steamboats from the first Robert Fulton vessel through the Golden age, to the eventual decline.
Fri10Sep20217:30 pmZoom Presentation
Presented by Jeri Diehl-Cusack, formerly of the Eleanor Roosevelt Val-Kill Partnership
On September 10 at 7:30pm please click here to join the Zoom presentation!
Meet three other women who married into the Roosevelt family: Eleanor’s grandmother, Martha Bullock “Mittie” Roosevelt, whom she never knew; Eleanor’s mother, Anna Rebecca Hall Roosevelt, whom she barely knew; and Eleanor’s mother-in-law, Sara Delano Roosevelt, whom she knew perhaps a bit too well.
Fri01Oct20217:30 pmCreek Meeting House
Presented by Craig Cavallo and Dan Pucci, authors
New York's Hudson Valley is home to commercial apple growing in the United States. With a moderate climate and a quickly developing urban hub in what became New York City, the region was primed for supplying local markets with fresh eating varieties. Today the Hudson Valley produces nearly half of New York State’s total apple production, and some of the best cider in the country is made right in our backyard. Listen in as Craig and Dan explain how this came to be and where orchards and cider are heading in the future.
Fri05Nov20217:30 pmCreek Meeting House
Presented by Bill Jeffway, Executive Director of Dutchess County Historical Society (DCHS), and Melodye Moore, Chair of DCHS Collections
Only Native People themselves can share the perspective, values, and history of their community. But there is a role for the non-native community as well in helping to protect and preserve archaeological sites and ensuring that our history is inclusive of a variety of perspectives. In addition to preservation priorities and methods, we’ll examine iconic examples of the “one story, one truth” model and discuss the tensions that can arise when balancing a wish to unite in a common identity involves the erasure of distinct communities.