Join Historic Huguenot Street Guest Experience Manager Genevieve Casagrande on a special walking tour exploring the myths and legends of the Mid-Hudson Valley, featuring a number of theatrical reenactments. The tour will begin at the historic 1799 LeFevre House (54 Huguenot Street) at 7:30 pm.
Casagrande will walk guests through the National Historic Landmark District, sharing regional legends of mysterious hunters, heroic rescues, and more. Throughout the tour, guests will encounter theatrical reenactments of scenes from these memorable stories. Both SUNY New Paltz Theatre Arts students and volunteers from the college’s co-ed Service Fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega, will be participating. Performances will be multidisciplinary, incorporating song, dance, and acting throughout the tour.
Following the tour, guests will enjoy hot drinks and hors d’oeuvres in the DuBois Fort (81 Huguenot Street), catered by Frida’s Bakery & Café in Milton (fridasbakeryny.com).
Members $20; seniors and military $22; general admission $25.
Pre-registration is encouraged as space is limited. Tickets: http://squ.re/1CBOKwH
Rain date: Sunday, April 26