43rd Annual Holiday Exhibition

2018 Holiday Exhibition Image
December 05, 2018 —February 24, 2019

The Historical Society of Rockland County Presents

Cherished & Charming 
Small Houses and Tiny Treasures

When: February 24, 2019, 1-4 pm
Where: HSRC Galleries, 20 Zukor Road, New City
Admission: $FREE

Help us say thanks to the guest curators and volunteers who lent items and expertise to make the 
43rd Annual Holiday Exhibition at the Historical Society of Rockland County possible. This year's display has featured 

  • Vintage collectible cottages, engravings and paintings from the collection of HSRC Trustee Richard Anderson;
  • Folk art woodblock replicas of Rockland County historic homes and buildings by the Congers artist John Rossi;
  • Charming antique holiday cards and ephemera from the collection of HSRC First Vice President Ronnie Boesch;
  • Decorated "windowscapes" by HSRC Trustee Jennifer Rothschild; 
  • "The General Store" room box by Barbara "The Dollhouse Lady" of Nyack; and
  • Rarely seen tiny objects from the collections of Nancy Forsberg and Susan Deeks.

You'll also have a final chance to buy tickets and win prizes in the HSRC annual holiday raffle, including a winner's choice of dollhouse or miniature scale horse barn; original 1962 Barbie doll; cat- and dog-themed gift baskets featuring charming pop-up cards; and a Christmas stocking stuffed with vintage toys! The drawing will take place at 3 pm. 

Proceeds of the HSRC Holiday Programs benefit the preservation and education efforts of the Historical Society of Rockland County, a nonprofit educational institution and principal repository for original documents and artifacts relating to Rockland County. Our mission is to acquire, preserve, and exhibit objects, buildings, and sites that reflect the history of Rockland County and the Lower Hudson Valley and to research, document, promote, and publicize the county’s rich historical heritage for the people of Rockland. The HSRC’s headquarters at 20 Zukor Road, New City, New York, consist of a four-acre site featuring the 7,200 square foot History Center; the historic Jacob Blauvelt House; and the post-and-beam Historic Barn and Carriage House.

The HSRC is open, during exhibitions, events and programs, on Wednesdays–Fridays, 10 am–5 pm, and Sundays, 12–4 pm. Library research and tours of the Jacob Blauvelt House are available by appointment by contacting (845) 634-9629 or emailing [email protected].


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