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Endangered Architecture:  Tour Two and Hear About 10 More

Rural Intelligence StyleWhile our Restoration blogger Carey Maloney and his partner in all things Hermes Mallea of the M (Group) are vacationing in Cuba,  we are temporarily usurping his space to announce a not-to-be-missed preservation event.  On Sunday, June 28th, the Preservation League of New York State is conducting a members-only tour (you can sign up on the spot) of two of their “Seven to Save,”  both in Columbia County—the Plumb-Bronson House in Hudson (above) and the Jan Van Hoesen House in Claverack.
 
Tour 1 - 3:30 p. m.
Reservations Preferred
Tour departs promptly at 1 p.m. from the Plumb-Bronson House, on the grounds of the Hudson Corrections Facility (enter through gate south of Hudson on Worth Avenue/Route 9)
Admission/free (members); non-members may join for a (minimum) $35
 
Rural Intelligence StyleAfter the tour, John Winthrop Aldrich, New York State Deputy Commissioner for Historic Preservation, will give a talk.  His topic: 12 sites in the Hudson Valley, including Plumb-Bronson (right, as it was and one-day will be again) that deserve immediate attention and advocacy. Aldrich, a passionate student of the region’s history and advocate for preserving its natural and historic resources, has lived beside the Hudson River all his life.
 
Historic Hudson Lecture
Sunday, June 28, 4 p. m.
Stair Galleries
549 Warren Street, Hudson’
Admission/$10
Reception follows.
To attend the lecture, it is not essential to first take the tour.

And another thing…


Rural Intelligence StyleThe Kent School in Kent Connecticut is the site of the Litchfield Antiques Show this weekend to benefit the Greenwoods Counseling Service.  The show features a mix of forty dealers, all high end,  with specialties in period European, Asian and American, art, folk art, artifacts, jewelry, through quality mid-century modern furniture and accessories.

Preview Benefit
Friday June 26, 6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Admission/$100 ($60 is tax deductible)

The Kent School
Springs Center
Kent, CT
Saturday, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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