From lively chats with local storytellers to always-popular Soup and Chili Nights, Dutch Christmas and other community get-togethers, Historic Red Hook hosts them all at The Elmendorph Inn.
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Fri, June 8 • 6:30-8:00 pm
Dutchess County Historic Tavern Trail
Once again Dutchess County's Historic Tavern Trail stops in Red Hook - this year at the Hotel Tivoli, 53 Broadway in Tivoli. In keeping with this year's Dutchess County World War I theme, Red Hook Town Historian Emily Majer and County Historian Will Tatum will share tales of Tivoli during the era of the Great War. Tickets $5. For more information visit the Tavern Trail on meetup or facebook.
Sat, June 9 • 10:00 am-3:00 pm
2018 Preservation Expo
Don't miss our House & Barn Preservation Expo at the Elmendorph Inn - a free "info fair" on ways to preserve, restore and re-use your old house, barns or outbuildings. There will be hands-on demonstrations, presentations and useful takeaways. Buying a fixer-upper? Curious about how to research your old house or barn? Wondering how to plan a renovation? Or what to do about your roof, windows, paint, or plumbing? Or how to repair your stone wall? Can I qualify for a historic property tax credit?
Drop by any time between 10 and 3 with your questions and photos for "show and tell" with the experts - artisans, architects, planners, and preservationists. No reservations required. Enjoy live music and food on the grill and an all-around fun and informative day!
Historic Red Hook is grateful for sponsorship support from the Hudson River Valley Nationak Heritage Area.
Sun, June 24 • 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Tales from Ancient Documents with Will Tatum
Join County Historian Will Tatum for riveting tales of old Red Hook drawn from the Ancient Documents Collection. These surviving records of the Dutchess County Courts of Common Pleas and General Sessions contain stories ranging from the lamentable to the comedic. The cases concern incidents from Red Hook or involved Red Hook residents, along with a few additional tales from other parts of the county.
Elmendorph Inn. Free and open to the public. Refreshments after the program.
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