Hasbrouck Family Association in Support of
the Jean Hasbrouck House Restoration
Bruce McKinney in Memory of
Adelaide Katherine McKinney & Thomas C. McKinney
Homer J. Olsen in Memory of
Joyce Deyo Olsen
James and Mary Ottaway
Mary Etta Schneider
Carolyn Schoonmaker in Memory of
Samuel V. Schoonmaker III
Peter and Helena Bienstock
Stephen P. Lumb
Historic Huguenot Street is hosting its inaugural Fall Harvest Celebration on Saturday, October 1. The signature event will draw attention to and raise funds for the vital education and preservation efforts that go into making this ten-acre National Historic Landmark District an American icon.
The event will be held from 6 - 9:30 pm and will open with a reception at the DuBois Fort Visitor Center. During this cocktail hour, dinner guests will be treated to a special viewing of Marking the Occasion: 17th- and 18th-Century Dutch Silver Spoons from the Collections of Jonathan Z. Friedman and George Way. The exhibit centers around a selection of ornate spoons catalogued by Kevin Tierney, Silver Consultant with Sotheby’s NYC.
Following the reception, guests will cross the street for a farm-to-table dinner with wine pairings under an illuminated tent on the sweeping lawn of the Deyo House. They will enjoy farm-to-table cuisine provided by the Hudson Valley’s Harvest Real Food Catering with wine pairings selected by celebrated author and wine teacher Kevin Zraly. Following dinner, they will be invited back to the visitor center for chocolates and champagne.
Throughout the evening, guests will have the opportunity to visit the Deyo House and the Jean Hasbrouck House, for which the organization is currently raising funds to replace the historic cedar-shake roof. Historic preservationist Ken Follett, the project manager for the Jean Hasbrouck House roof restoration, will be in attendance to provide his perspective on the state of the roof and the steps needed to preserve this historic structure.
During the Fall Harvest Celebration, Historic Huguenot Street will honor Robert (Bob) W. Hasbrouck, Jr., President of the Hasbrouck Family Association (HFA) and a direct descendant of New Paltz Patentee Abraham Hasbrouck. G. Angela Henry, Arts Mid-Hudson Board Chair, will serve as co-host for the evening.
Festive dress requested | Rain or shine under illuminated tents | Accommodations, Parking, Music, & Menu
Please RSVP by September 23 using the form below. | I cannot attend the Fall Harvest Celebration, but I would like to make a donation.