Local History Lunch in Red Hook
Have you ever wondered about the history of your town? Or maybe even about the history of your own house? If local history interests you, then you might want to head to Red Hook for a special lunch on March 27.
"Ready-Made Red Hook: Local History Lunch" will be presented at the Red Hook Public Library, 7444 Broadway on Wednesday, March 27, from noon - 1 pm. Learn about the history of kit houses and their influence on local development, as well as how you can research your own home from the local historical documents available. A sandwich lunch will be available at the presentation. The program is free and open to the public with funding support from the Ascienzo Family Foundation.
Registration is required for "Ready-Made Red Hook: Local History Lunch". To register, visit the sign up page or call the library at 845-758-3241 to sign up. For more information, check out the event facebook page.
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