CALENDAR

  • Fri
    07
    Oct
    2022
    7:30 pmvia Zoom only

    Presented by A. J. Schenkman, Gardiner town historian.

    A. J. Schenkman has recently been named Best Author of 2022 by Hudson Valley Magazine for his book Patriots and Spies in Revolutionary New York. Mr. Schenkman is a prolific author on historical topics in the Hudson Valley. He is a teacher, popular historian, and frequent lecturer.
     

  • Fri
    07
    Oct
    2022
    Sat
    08
    Oct
    2022
    9am - 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.

    Don't forget to stop by the sale to shop, visit and enjoy some home made baked items!

  • Sat
    22
    Oct
    2022

    This popular event brings members, friends, and neighbors together for an enjoyable evening. The first stop is for wine and cheese, followed by dinner at another home and ending at the Creek Meeting House for dessert and coffee. Guests pay a minimum donation of $50 per person for CHS members and $60 per person for non-members. If you wish to participate in this important fundraiser, as a host or a guest, please contact Lisa Noval at 845- 266-4903 or ljnoval@optonline.net by 10/5.

  • Fri
    04
    Nov
    2022
    7:30 pmvia Zoom only

    Presented by Mark Lytle, emeritus professor of history and environmental studies at Bard College.

    Mr. Lytle will speak on the 1944 presidential election when both candidates were from Dutchess County. President Roosevelt—seeking his fourth term—was from Hyde Park, while Governor Thomas E. Dewey was from Pawling. Dewey campaigned against the New Deal and for smaller government and less regulation of the economy. This was the only time both presidential candidates were from the same county.

     

  • Fri
    02
    Dec
    2022
    6:30 pmCreek Meeting House

    Please join us for this festive and fun evening! Bring a covered dish to share & a wrapped gift to auction.

  • Sat
    03
    Dec
    2022
    10am-4pmCreek Meeting House

  • Fri
    16
    Dec
    2022
    7:30 pmClinton Town Hall - 1215 Centre Rd Rhinebeck

    Presented by Dr. Vincent Cookingham.

    Dr. Cookingham will speak at Clinton Town Hall on the Germond family murders. In 1930 four members of the family were brutally murdered on their dairy farm in Stanfordville. The murders remain unsolved ninety years later and Dr. Cookingham, a distant relative of the sheriff who initially led the investigation, has applied modern forensic knowledge to the case.