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Hudson River Heritage Founders’ Scholarship 2019

 This year’s recipient of the Hudson River Heritage $1000 Founders’ Scholarship Award is Cosette Veeder Shave of FDR High School in Hyde Park.  This scholarship represents an educational aspect of our mission to preserve the unique character of the Mid-Hudson

MUSIC OF THE GILDED AGE

 MONTGOMERY PLACE 2019 SPRING SALON SERIES  Presented by Bard College: The Montgomery Place Campus and Hudson River Heritage Produced and Curated by Christopher Brellochs Performance: “The Musical Life of the Livingstons at Montgomery Place”Saxophone and HarpSaturday, May 11, 3 pm

Regina Armstrong Joins Hudson River Heritage Board

Hudson River Heritage is pleased to announce the appointment of Regina Armstrong to our board of directors.  Regina is currently a Consultant to Urbanomics, an urban economics and planning firm affiliated with Perkins Eastman Architects that she founded after having

A Tribute to Richard H. Jenrette and his contributions to Hudson River Heritage

Those of you who attended our recent Country Seats Tour on October 13th had the special opportunity to visit Edgewater, Richard Jenrette’s home in our historic district.  Richard passed away this spring and Wint Aldrich, one of our founders, wrote

Country Seats Tour 2018

HUDSON RIVER HERITAGE 29th Annual  COUNTRY SEATS TOUR Saturday, October 13, 2018 Photographs courtesy of Pieter Estersohn from his recently published book,Life Along the Hudson: The Historic Country Estates of the Livingston Family Join us for a tour of some of

Hold the Date: 2018 Country Seats Tour

“Historic Columbia County” Each fall, based on our mission of preserving the unique character of the Mid-Hudson Valley’s architecture, rural landscapes and scenic views through education and community involvement, Hudson River Heritage hosts a Country Seats Tour. This annual event

Hudson River Heritage $1000 Founders’ Scholarship Award is Lia Vaccarino of Rhinebeck

This year’s recipient of the Hudson River Heritage $1000 Founders’ Scholarship Award is Lia Vaccarino of Rhinebeck.  This scholarship is an educational component of our mission of preserving the unique character of the Mid-Hudson Valley’s historic architecture, rural landscapes and

HUDSON RIVER HERITAGE ANNUAL FOUNDERS’ SCHOLARSHIP

HUDSON RIVER HERITAGE ANNUAL FOUNDERS’ SCHOLARSHIP April 19, 2018 Hudson River Heritage’s Founders’ Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 will be awarded to an eligible student who shows an interest in the study of history and related fields of architectural

Montgomery Place Spring Salon Series 2018

Purchase Tickets Online Download Poster For tickets or more information call please call (845) 876-2474 or email: office@hudsonriverheritage.org  

Elizabeth B. Leckie Joins Hudson River Heritage Board

Hudson River Heritage is pleased to announce the appointment of Elizabeth B. Leckie of Claverack, NY, to our board of directors. Elizabeth is currently Assistant Director of the Victorian Society in America’s London Summer School. She has many years experience