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Hudson River Tide Charts

Tide charts on the Hudson River are hard to come by on the Internet these days. Seems there is little federal funding for this currently. We've found charts for several Hudson River cities, but the list is by no means complete.

These tide charts are generated by the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of South Carolina, using data provided by U.S. Bureau of Census. This site loads slowly at times, so we'll save you the trouble and offer these links directly to the pages on that site for Hudson River tides.

We've programmed the search for the next seven days of tides. For the graph version, we programmed it for the next four days to improve the readability of the graph. Be advised that the graph form takes slightly longer to load. Once you are connected to the University South Carolina site, you can adjust the dates of your search, if necessary.

Albany - graph form

Troy - graph form

Hudson - graph form

Poughkeepsie - graph form

Newburgh - graph form

Peekskill - graph form

Haverstraw - graph form

Ossining - graph form

Tarrytown - graph form

Dobbs Ferry
Dobbs Ferry - graph form

George Washington Bridge
George Washington Bridge - graph form

Kasten Lecture with Sanford Levy

Kasten Lecture with Sanford Levy

Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 5:00pm - 6:00pm
HHS Kasten in the Abraham Hasbrouck House
Join Historic Huguenot Street for a lecture by antiques expert and Board Trustee Sanford Levy discussing the material culture of Hudson Valley kasten (18th- and early 19th-century Dutch-style cupboards, singular kast). Although variations exist, the typical kast is a large, free-standing cupboard or wardrobe with two paneled doors surmounted by an over-scaled, molded cornice. The cupboard usually sits on a base with a single drawer or drawers and ball-shaped feet. Levy’s lecture at the 1799 LeFevre House (54 Huguenot Street) will explore the ways in which the Hudson Valley kast developed from its European background, the many styles of construction, and the changes in style from the 18th century to the 19th century. “Historic Huguenot Street currently houses one of, if not the largest collections of Hudson Valley kasten in the country,” explained Levy. “We are currently seeking information about privately-owned Hudson Valley kasten to expand public knowledge of these important pieces of material culture” An exhibit, symposium, and fully-illustrated compendium is being planned for 2017. The 5 pm lecture will be followed by a private reception and behind-the-scenes tour of the kasten in the Historic Huguenot Street collection as seen in a house setting. Catered by The Village Tea Room Restaurant & Bake Shop, the reception will take place at the DuBois Fort Visitor Center (81 Huguenot Street) and the tour will depart at 6:30 pm. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged – register at Lecture only: Members $10, seniors and military $12, general admission $15. Lecture, Reception, & Tour: Members $20, seniors and military $22, general admission $25.

Historic Huguenot Street 1799 LeFevre House 54 Huguenot Street New Paltz, NY 12561


845 255 1889/1660


Lecture only: Members $10, seniors and military $12, general admission $15. Lecture, Reception, & Tour: Members $20, seniors and military $22, general admission $25.

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