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Got weekend plans?

It’s the last weekend of activities for us in 2019! It’s supposed to be rainy tomorrow – and who wants to go holiday shopping in all that miserable nonsense? Join us at the library for the last session of Our…

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Holiday Boutique Next Weekend

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Change in museum hours today

The museum will be opening at 1:00pm today instead of our usual 10:00am. Our annual holiday boutique will be held next weekend, December 14 & 15, at the Putnam Valley Library. More information (and a nice, colorful flyer) will be…

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Annual Meeting in 10 Days

Refreshments will be served. Join us for a fun afternoon, and learn about our plans for 2020 and beyond.

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Updated Our American History Info

We have a schedule change for November 9th’s Our American History – we will be welcoming Paul R. Martin III back to discuss Camps, Cradle of Aviation and Mitchel Field: The Military History of the Hempstead Plains, Long Island NY…

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Halloween at the Museum!

We’re switching gears a bit this year for Halloween. We’ll be there rain or shine – the forecast seems to be changing hourly at this point. We will supply the treat bags for the pumpkin hunt to ensure all participants…

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Annual Meeting Rescheduled

Our annual meeting previously scheduled for October 20th has been rescheduled to early December. We will be mailing new invitations and publishing flyers with updated information as soon as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience.

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Our American History: Field Trip Edition

Also coming soon… Our annual meeting is coming up in just under two weeks! Interested in attending? It’s $45.00/person – and that gets you a meal and entertainment. What a way to spend a Sunday afternoon! You can reserve your…

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Town Day is here!

We are closing up early to head over to Putnam Valley Town Park to set up for Town Day. If you’re local, head over and check us out! Visitors are welcomed from 2:00pm on, we’ll probably be there until 7:00…

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Where did the summer go?

It feels like just yesterday we were celebrating the 4th of July, and now all of a sudden the trees are just starting to creep towards their own annual fireworks display. We’re sometimes asked about the origin of the names…

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