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Community Planning Workshops

Community Planning Workshops
Community Planning Workshops

Partners Restoring the Hudson is a public/private partnership comprised of many not-for-profit organizations and academic institutions that are working together, in consultation with state and federal agencies, to create a Hudson River Comprehensive Restoration Plan for the Hudson River Estuary, from the Tappan Zee Bridge to the Federal Dam at Troy. To support the development of the Plan, a series of community workshops is being organized for county planning officials, municipal officials and other stakeholders in order to  share information on the needs and opportunities along the shoreline of the Hudson River Estuary that relate to habitat restoration and protection, community infrastructure, and recreational access.

A new season, a new way to visit Stone Barns Center!

A new season, a new way to visit Stone Barns Center!
A new season, a new way to visit Stone Barns Center!

Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in Pocantico Hills is changing the way people can visit the farm and introducing new activities, tours and demonstrations designed to engage each and every visitor in a whole-farm experience! The farm is a special place. On beautiful weekend days we’ve seen a volume of visitors we cannot accommodate. Such numbers have a negative impact on our farming operation and limit the educational opportunities for visitors. By moving to ticketed weekend admission we are better able to deliver a quality experience to all visitors and conserve this land.

Sing Sing Museum

Sing Sing Museum
Sing Sing Museum

The creation of a Sing Sing Historic Prison Museum on the banks of the Hudson in Ossining has long been talked about.  The concept is being revived among those who care about Sing Sing’s unique position in the history of the American penal system.  Others are interested in development of the museum because of its tremendous national and international potential as a significant tourist attraction for New York’s Hudson Valley. Find out how you can support this important project by donating

To view a presentation about Sing Sing and the proposed museum, go to http://bit.ly/1tnsfKg.

To view a recent  interview by Journal News columnist Phil Reisman of Ossining mayor Bill Hanauer and HHRT Executive Director Jerry Faiella, go to http://lohud.us/1sZRqRR.

Glenview Tours

Glenview Tours

Saturday, February 7, 2015 - 1:00pm - 4:00pmSunday, May 31, 2015 - 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Glenview Tours
Take a tour of Glenview, led by a Glenview Explainer. See elegant 19th century restored period rooms, and highlights from our collection including items once owned by the Trevors, the family that built Glenview. Tours at 1, 2, 3, and 4 pm. Free with Museum admission.
Location:

Hudson River Museum 511 Warburton Ave Yonkers, NY 10701

Contact:

914-963-4550 www.hrm.org

Admission:

Free with Museum admission

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