Past Events

Walk through History: Hamlet of Blauvelt

Greenbush Presbyterian Church
Greenbush Presbyterian Church
04/02/16

This Program Is Sold Out. Thanks for Your Support!

The Historical Society of Rockland County
Invites You to Join Us for a

Hamlet of Blauvelt
Walk through History

When: Saturday, April 2, 2016, 9:30 am

Where: Blauvelt Free Library, Western Highway.

Admission: $5. Space is limited; pre-paid reservations are required.

Join Laura Grunwerg, director of the Blauvelt Free Library and author of One Hamlet, Many Blauvelts, for a guided stroll through the history of the settlement once called Greenbush (1700s) and then Blauveltville (1800s). Learn about the Blauvelt family, among the original settlers of Rockland County, who built the beautiful Dutch sandstone homes lining historic Western Highway, including Judge Cornelius Blauvelt, from whom the hamlet takes its name and whose home has served the community as the Library since 1961.

To register for this walking tour, click on the Brown Paper Tickets logo:




TO MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS BY MAIL, DOWNLOAD, FILL OUT, AND RETURN THE PDF FORM BELOW BY MARCH 25, 2016, TO:

The Historical Society of Rockland County
20 Zukor Road
New City, NY 10956

Phone: (845) 634-9629
Fax: (845) 634-8690

Please note: Due to the overwhelming popularity of the Walk through History series, the $5 registration fee is non-refundable. Space on the walk is strictly limited for safety. A waiting list will be compiled, and spaces that become available will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Only those who have made full payment can be accommodated.


Downloads
2016 Blauvelt Walk through History Registration PDF

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