|Dear Conservancy Members and Guests,On Sunday, September 23, The Bronxville Historical Conservancy is sponsoring a trip up the Hudson River to the Thomas Cole National Historic Site in Catskill. The journey will be made aboard a large SeaStreak fast ferry navigated for views of historic landmarks on both sides of the river. The boat will leave from Yonkers Pier at 10 am, and head up the river to Catskill, returning to Yonkers by 6 pm. At Catskill, participants will be bussed to nearby Thomas Cole National Historic Site for a tour of the restored Cole house and studio including a special exhibition of Cole’s Hudson River related work. Thomas Cole (1801-1848) was founder of the Hudson River school of painting that inspired many Bronxville artists. This tour is part of the Conservancy’s 20th anniversary celebration focusing on the art of Bronxville.The registration fee is $100.00 and includes the cost of the ferry, bus, admission, lunch and a light Supper. As a token of appreciation for our members’ support over the last two decades, and in celebration of our 20th anniversary year, the Bronxville Historical Conservancy has subsidized a significant portion of this trip. We hope you and your friends will join us. Please register early, as space is limited. Click the Buy Now button below to purchase your tickets.
If you prefer to register by mail and mail a check, please complete this form.
If you have questions, please call Judy Unis at 917-572-6422 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.