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Closing out the year

ETA: Check out this article by Tom Renner of the Putnam Daily Voice about this weekend’s guest speaker Craig Nelson!

Our final two events of the year are coming up this weekend. On Saturday the 10th we’ll have our last Our American History program of 2016 on Pearl Harbor: From Infamy to Greatness with Craig Nelson at 10:00AM at the Putnam Valley Free Library.

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Also this weekend is the second half of our Holiday Boutique. Open Saturday and Sunday from 10:00AM – 4:00PM we’ll have a few new items this weekend, and Santa will be at the museum on Saturday the 10th at 11:00AM. See you there!

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Our busy season is starting up!

We have a few events coming up in the next several weeks!

Wednesday, October 26th at 7:00pm is our annual Halloween Event. This year, join us as we hear from Paranormal Investigator Penny Ann Osborn who will share her tales of local investigations and haunted houses. This is a free event for all, and will be at the Putnam Valley Grange as it can accommodate a larger group of people than the museum.

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Our Annual Meeting and Cocktail Reception is October 30th at 3:00pm at Char Steakhouse on Bryant Pond Road. It’s not too late to RSVP – send us anĀ email and you can pay at the door.

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The Story of Bannerman Island with Thom Johnson is on Saturday November 12th at 10:00am at the Putnam Valley Free Library.

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And after all that…our Holiday Boutique will be the first weekend in December, the 3rd and 4th. If you sell handcrafted or locally sourced items and are interested in being a vendor, send us an email or message us on Facebook!

Events · Holiday Boutique

Holiday Boutique

The Putnam Valley Historical Society holds an Annual Holiday Boutique the first and second weekend in December. Featured items include local honey & syrup, handcrafted gifts, chocolates, baked goods, gingerbread men, hand-poured soy candles, hand-painted ceramics and much, much more.

All proceeds are used to continue our mission to preserve Putnam Valley’s rich history.

Please visit our calendar as the event approaches for more details