Join us and make some history during an evening of dinner and drinks at Historic Huguenot Street’s annual Fall Harvest Celebration. As we celebrate another fantastic year on Huguenot Street the evening will open of a special exhibition of a late 17th-century Dutch period room in the Jean Hasbrouck House! Featuring the renowned collection of George Way, the exhibition explores the world of the New Netherlands colony and opens doors to the enduring influence of Dutch heritage in the Hudson Valley.
The event will be held from 6:00 - 9:30 pm and will open with a reception at the DuBois Fort Visitor Center. During this cocktail hour, you will be able to experience the Dutch period room intimately, meet the curator, and enjoy live music with a selection of farm-fresh hors d’oeuvres.
Following the reception, you will cross the Huguenot Street for a farm-to-table dinner with wine under an illuminated tent on the sweeping lawn of the Deyo House. There, you will enjoy a seasonal three course meal highlighting the agricultural roots of the Hudson Valley. An accompanying program will celebrate our shared accomplishments in protecting this one-of-a-kind historic site and raise money for our vital education and preservation mission!
Throughout the evening, you will have ample opportunity to enjoy the historic grounds of our beloved National Historic Landmark District and experience what makes Historic Huguenot Street an international treasure. Your support makes the difference and we could not protect these architectural masterpieces or the histories they house without it! Thank you for all of your support and we look forward to seeing you at our Fall Harvest Celebration!