Events

ELM TREE DEDICATION

On May 7, 2016 at 11:30 am on the DeWint House Grounds, an American Elm Tree was given by the Town of Orangetown to represent the historic Tar Barrel Elm which once stood in the middle of Oak Tree Road and had served as a beacon during the Revolutionary War.

The story of the talks and discussions between His Excellency General George Washington and the British Commander-in-Chief, Sir Guy Carleton are outlined in “Evacuation Day.”

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COLONIAL DAY – SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24

SPONSORED BY THE TAPPANTOWN HISTORICAL SOCIETY

JOIN IN A FUN AFTERNOON OF HISTORY AND CRAFTS.

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GRAND MASTER’S DAY AT WASHINGTON’S HEADQUARTERS – SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2016 –

BEGINNING WITH BRUNCH AT:

Casa Mia Manor House

577 NY-303

Blauvelt, NY 10913

Serving will Begin At 11:00 am

Cost Will Be Thirty six Dollars, Per Person – Pre-Paid Reservations are a must.

No one will be admitted without prior PAID reservations

Make Checks payable to the “Casa Mia Manor House” and send –

10 Days Prior to the affair – to:

Ken Merring
1 Amherst Road,
New City, N.Y. 10956,
(845) 352-1310
e-mail : kenmerring@optonline.net

THE PROGRAM WILL BEGIN AT HEADQUARTERS AT 1:00 PM.

 ALL ARE INVITED!