While every effort is made to adhere to the schedule, it may be necessary to revise the calendar. Call to confirm dates and times (845) 831-8172. In addition to the events listed, Mount Gulian is open for tours on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays from April 23rd through October 29th. Tours are given between 1:00 and 5:00 pm, with the last tour at 4 pm. The fee is $8/adults; $6/seniors; $4 youngsters (6-18 years of age). Children under 6 and Mount Gulian members are free. Tours for schools and groups are available throughout the year by reservation. Please call (845) 831-8172.

 


Mount Gulian Celebrates Women's Suffrage!
Sunday, September 10
1:00 to 4:00 pm

outsideThis year marks the 100th anniversary of women in New York State winning the right to vote, and we invite you to join us as we celebrate this historic event. Meet and hear from famous suffragists Lucretia Mott and Alice Paul, both expertly portrayed by actresses from the American Historical Theatre, and from Dr. Sally Dwyer-McNulty, professor of history at Marist College, who will talk about women’s rights today.

We think you’ll agree that no celebration would be complete without sweets - so we are pleased to offer refreshments with our compliments.

outsidePre-registration is strongly recommended. Please call us at 845-831-8172 or email at info@mountgulian.org.

Admission is $12 adults; $10 seniors; $8 ages 12 - 18;
$4 ages 6 – 11. Free for children under 6, and for all Mount Gulian members. Membership is open to the public. Funding for this event was graciously provided by Arts Mid-Hudson, the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area, and Absolute Auction & Realty.

 

 

 

Mount Gulian to Host Book Launch:
Dutch New York Histories: 
Connecting African, Native American
and Slavery Heritage

Friday, August 4
2:00 to 4:00 pm

Join the co-authors at Mount. Gulian, one of the key locations in the new book, Dutch New York Histories: Connecting African, Native American and Slavery Heritage, authored and presented by Jennifer Tosch, Dienke Hondius, Nancy Jouwe, and Dineke Stam of the Mapping Slavery Project, explores the connections between African, Native American and Dutch heritage. This eye-opening guide also focuses on traces of the Dutch presence still visible in New York City and throughout the Hudson River Valley up State from the early 17th century forward, including relevant locations where the histories of Native Americans and Africans converged.

Free Event
Please Pre-Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/upstate-ny-book-launch-dutch-new-york-histories-connecting-african-native-american-slavery-heritage-tickets-36445964862

 

outsideMount Gulian Celebrates
Father’s Day with
Free Tours for Dads
Sunday, June 18
Tours given at 1 and 2:15 only

Make Father’s Day extra special this year with a visit to Mount Gulian. Declared a national holiday by President Wilson in 1916, 2 years after he declared a day for mothers, Father’s Day will be celebrated with free tours for dads. Tours of the house, which overlooks the Hudson River, as well as the Dutch barn and restored garden, will be given at 1:00 p.m. and 2:15 p.m. only. Light refreshments for all visitors will be available with our compliments.

For visitors, other than dads, admission is $8 adults; $6 seniors; $4 young people (ages six through 18); children under 5 and Mount Gulian members are free. Membership is open to the public.

 

outsideDinner and Conversation
with Susan B. Anthony
Saturday Evening, June 3
4:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Enjoy a four-course meal with suffragist Susan B. Anthony, finely portrayed by an actress from the American Historical Theatre.

Ms. Anthony joins us this year in commemoration of
the 100th Anniversary of women in New York State winning the right to vote. Susan B. Anthony joined the women’s rights movement in 1852. For the next 40 years, she traveled, lectured, and canvassed across the nation for women’s suffrage. Regrettably, Ms. Anthony died in 1906, never having seen the fruits of her labor. In 1920, the 19th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified, giving all women the right to vote.

Diners will have the opportunity to meet and interact with this compassionate reformer and activist. Cocktails on the riverside lawn. Candlelight dinner, prepared by Bridgecreek Catering, will be served in our 18th century Dutch barn. Period music, silent and live auctions.

$150 per person. Prepaid reservations by May 19.

For an invitation and/or further information please contact us at 845-831-8172,
or email at info@mountgulian.org

 

outsideMount Gulian Celebrates
Mother’s Day with
Free Tours for Moms

Sunday, May 14
Tours given at 1 and 2:15 only

Make Mother’s Day extra special this year with a visit to Mount Gulian. Declared a national holiday by President Wilson in 1914, Mother’s Day will be celebrated with free tours for mothers. Tours of the house, which overlooks the Hudson River, as well as the Dutch barn and restored garden, will be given at 1:00 p.m. and 2:15 p.m. only. Light refreshments for all visitors will be available with our compliments.

For visitors, other than mothers, admission is $8 adults; $6 seniors; $4 young people (ages six through 18); children under 5 and Mount Gulian members are free. Membership is open to the public.

 

 

For more information call (845) 831-8172 or
email at info@mountgulian.org

 

Thank you for visiting Mount Gulian.

Mount Gulian Historic Site
145 Sterling Street
Beacon, New York 12508
(845) 831-8172
www.mountgulian.org
info@mountgulian.org



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