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Sunday, April 20, 2014
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April 20 2014 - July 19 2014
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4/22/2014
Westchester Biennial 2014
: This year, Castle Gallery's Westchester Biennial will celebrate its eighth juried art exhibition of recent work by emerging and established Westchester County artists. Begun in 1998 in an attempt to recognize the diversity and innovation of Westchester artists their home is the only show of its kind...

4/22/2014
The Ninth Annual Westchester Biennial
The exhibit showcases recent work by emerging and established artist who call Westchester County home.

4/23/2014
New Windsor Cantonment Opens for the Season
1782-83 Revolutionary War winter encampment site opens for another season of living history and special events.

4/26/2014
The River Project's Shad Run
Join The River Project this spring for the Shad Run! Run or walk alongside legendary schools of the Hudson River's American shad as they make their annual swim upriver from the ocean to their historic freshwater spawning grounds. This great new 5K run and 1.5 mile walk is a fundraiser for The River...

4/26/2014
Lyndhurst Family Fun Day
Please join us rain or shine for Lyndhurst Family Fun Day weekend. A two day family event with LEGO exhibitions by local children in Lyndhurst mansion. Extensive play space for kids of all ages in the Lyndhurst carriage house. LEGO robotics demonstrations by local school groups and a gigantic LEGO trainscape....

4/26/2014
Brigade of the American Revolution Encampment
Revolutionary War historians, dressed in period clothing, perform military drill and battle demonstration at 2:00PM. Visit their encampments and learn about life during the Revolution.

4/27/2014
Brigade of the American Revolution Encampment
Revolutionary War historians, dressed in period clothing, perform military drill and battle demonstration at 2:00PM. Visit their encampments and learn about life during the Revolution.

5/10/2014
Stony Point Lighthouse talk and walk
Noted Hudson River lighthouse historian, ScottCraven, will present an evening lighthouse lecture in the museum. Weather permitting, visitors may follow a walk to the lighthouse and climb two ladders to the lantern room. Advance reservation required, 845-786-2521.Children must be 10 years or...

5/24/2014
Knox's Headquarters Opens for the Season
The headquarters of Generals Nathanael Greene, Henry Knox and Horatio Gates opens for another season of tours and special events. Open Wed. - Sat. 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM & Sun. 1:00 - 5:00 PM.

5/26/2014
Stony Point Battlefield Memorial Day
Memorial Day Commemoration - Mourn Firelocks: A commemoration of fallen soldiers from all wars with a presentation of an 18th century military ceremony to honor our veterans. Followed by our artillery demonstration and firing of the 6 pounder cannon.

5/26/2014
Honor Our Nation's Fallen Soldiers
At 2:00 PM Continental Army soldiers perform an 18th century graveside mourning ceremony. Following the ceremony, balladeer Linda Russell performs the songs that inspired and comforted the American people when our nation was at war.

5/28/2014
The Architecture Between Us
Through her installations, photographs and drawings, artist Kim Faler is able to introduce shifts in context, materials and perspectives, which ultimately allow her to transform the functionality of familiar objects we see and use in our everyday lives. For this exhibit, Faler will present a selection...

6/14/2014
Stony Point Battlefield Evening Lantern Tour
Follow in the footsteps of the attacking American forces as the sounds of musket and cannon fire from the British camp echo around you. Walk with a guide and learn the details of the battle.By advance reservation, 845-786-2521.Fee: $5.00 adults / $4.00 children (10 and over) and seniors.

6/14/2014
Aiming to Please
Aiming to Please at Knox's Headquarters. Part of the Path Through History weekends, from 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM cannon firings highlight this program on the Continental Army artillery training at New Windsor, in the spring of 1781. These men went on to play a decisive role in the siege of Yorktown, Virginia,...

6/15/2014
Children's Day
A fun-filled day of family entertainment on Father's Day with the Two by Two petting zoo, magician Mr. Bayly and a host of 18th century games.

6/30/2014
Summer Camps at the Arts Center!
Give your child a gift that will continue to enrich them for a lifetime. Send your child to truly unique summer camp. These experiential arts camps offer adventure and learning that not any old summer camp can:• All classes are geared toward the skills and abilities of a specific age...

7/4/2014
Reading of Declaration of Independence
Gather at the site of our 6pounder cannon for a reading of the document by a costumed soldier in General Washington's army, which spelled out our intentions to the British King. A firing of muskets, rifles and cannon will follow! Huzzah!

7/5/2014
Reading of Declaration of Independence
Gather at the site of our 6 pounder cannon for a reading of the document by a costumed soldier in General Washington's army, which spelled out our intentions to the British King. A firing of muskets, rifles and cannon will follow! Huzzah!