Revolutionary War reenactors gathered around a historical cannon

Revolution on the Hudson, Part 3

Event date Hudson Crossing Park

Living historians and speakers tell stories about our revolutionary past while you enjoy our beautiful parks along the Hudson.

Event Details

Inclement weather will cancel this outdoor event.

Start Time: 6:00pm, speakers at 7pm

Location:
Hudson Crossing Park
County Road 42, Schuylerville, NY 12871
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Living Historians: Anne Clothier, Experiences of Loyalist Refugees

Speaker: Bruce Venter, "The Battle of Hubbardton: The Rear Guard Action that Saved America"

Additional Information

Revolution on the Hudson is a summer speaker series aimed at inviting the public to enjoy our beautiful public parks located along the Hudson River while learning about our revolutionary past. All three events will begin at 6pm and the public is invited to bring a picnic dinner and enjoy the grounds.

18th century living historians will be ready to answer questions and provide demonstrations before the speaker program begins at 7pm. 18th century toys and games along with replica colonial clothing will be available for children to try. Please bring your own chairs.

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