Crawford House is open Sundays 1-4 pm from April to October. Our regular season is over, but you can see the house in decorated splendor on the Candlelight Tour.
The board of directions welcomes Marci Gurton as its newest board member. Formerly development director with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh (2008-11), Ms. Gurton knows Newburgh well and has a passion for its history and residents. She holds a Master’s degree in anthropology from the New School for Social Research. Marci joined the board in November, and we look forward to working together in the coming year. Read More →
On November 2, 2017, a group of 83 students from the Newburgh Free Academy visited the Crawford House. Led by Ginny McCurdy and other NFA teachers and chaperones, the student explored the 1830 house up and down, with Historical Society board members in attendance. This was the final stop in a day of visits to historic sites, but the field trip was only one part of a program to increase students’ awareness of the Hudson Valley and its history. Read More →
We are happy to report that in September we began a long-overdue overall painting of the historical 1830 Crawford House. Based on previous colors used on the historic house, the updated scheme will give the house a fresh look. As often happens, preparing for the paint project unearthed a number of areas in the house that required repair.
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The Historical Society’s massive 17th-century Dutch “Kas” (cupboard) is on vacation in New Paltz, where it is featured in a special exhibition on furniture, paintings, and decorative arts in the Hudson Valley during the 17th century. The exhibit will be on display from October to December.
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Membership. The Historical Society relies heavily on memberships and contributions. Have you renewed your membership? If not, please do soon! Do you have a friend who enjoys history or getting involved in local culture? Please tell them about us, or bring them to the house or an event.
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