94 YEARS AND GOING STRONG
The Van Cortlandtville
Be sure to be a part of another exciting year of exceptional guest speakers and additional surprises and special events.
The Van Cortlandtville Historical Society will host an OPEN HOUSE ON THE FIRST SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH, from 2 to 4 p.m., at The Little Red Schoolhouse, 297 Locust Avenue, Cortlandt Manor, New York.
This event is open free to the public.............
Visitors will be given a guided tour of the 19-century one-room schoolhouse, which until the mid-1970s was still functioning as part of the Lakeland Central School District. The schoolroom and adjoining meeting room of the Society has books, photographs and classroom items dating back to that early era. Light refreshments will be available.
The Little Red Schoolhouse is located at the north end of Locust Avenue next to Old Saint Peter’s Church and cemetery, just south of Oregon Road in the Town of Cortlandt.
OUR NEXT GENERAL MEETING AND SPEAKER WILL BE SATURDAY, APRIL 18TH.MORE INFORMATION TO COME REGARDING SPEAKER AND PROGRAM.
OPEN HOUSE PROGRAMS WILL BEGIN ON SUNDAY, MAY 3, 2015
JOINUS AS WE GATHER DOWN BY THE SEA
FOR OUR ANNUAL TEA…. SAT.,
MAY 2, 2015 …. At 3:30 PM
A JOINT FUNDRAISER FOR THE VAN CORTLANDTVILLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND THE FRIENDS OF OLD ST. PETER’S CHURCH COMMITTEE FOR RESTORATION AND RECOGNITION
CHILDREN UNDER 11 $12.00
BY RESERVATION ONLY PLEASE CALL LEAH OLSEN:
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church-Bell Hall
137 N. Division St......Peekskill, NY
THIS YEAR’S TEA WILL FEATURE AN OLD FASHION BATHING SUIT AND BATHING CAP CONTEST….MEN ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND THIS NOSTALGIA FILLED EVENT....As you go down to THE SEA FOR TEA :
Musical Interlude will feature Lisa Cherry and Janine Thwaite and a fun filled sing-a-long
You will be served three courses of whimsical and delicious sea themed refreshments such as clam shell cookies, chocolate sea shells, blueberry sea scones, rice crispy sushi, egg salad boats and seashell pesto pasta and blue chai tea.
PLEASE DON'T MISS THIS VERY SPECIAL EVENT !