The Fall Harvest Celebration will take place on Huguenot Street nestled between the iconic 18th-century stone houses that grace the district's historic landscape. Located in the heart of the Hudson Valley within the village of New Paltz, Historic Huguenot Street and the surrounding community offer unparalleled natural beauty surrounded by a rich history.

Dinner will occur on the sweeping lawn of the Deyo House. This stately Victorian mansion began as a stone house that was remodeled at the end of the 19th century, which led directly to the creation of the first historical preservation society in New Paltz.

Fall Harvest Celebration honoree Len Tantillo shares a similar desire to preserve the past. His paintings, like the stone houses on Huguenot Street, invite us to experience the untold narratives of the region's history by re-creating them in vivid detail.