Looking for something to do later this month? How about immersing into the local history scene? This just in from the Friends of Historic Kingston (includes a few calendar items):
RONDOUT NATIONAL HISTORIC DISTRICT WALKING TOUR OFFERED
KINGSTON – The monthly walking tour of the Rondout National Historic District, offered by Friends of Historic Kingston, will take place on Saturday, June 26, departing at 11 a.m. from the Kingston Heritage Area Visitors Center, 20 Broadway.
The one-hour tour traces the rapid rise of Rondout from farmland to a prosperous maritime village as the terminus of the Delaware and Hudson Canal in the nineteenth century. The rich legacy of commercial buildings, cast-iron storefronts, homes and churches built by the various immigrant groups who settled in Rondout is viewed. The tour fee is $5 per adult and $2 for children under 16. Some uphill walking is involved.
For information, call (845) 339-0720; www.fohk.org.
Rondout National Historic District Walking Tour – Guided tour of Kingston’s historic waterfront area that rose as a prosperous maritime village in the 19th century. Uphill walking involved. Adult $5; child under 16, $2. Departs 11 a.m. from Kingston Heritage Area Visitors Center, 20 Broadway. Offered by Friends of Historic Kingston.
1812 Johnston House Tour – Guided tour of c.1812 Federal style house featuring a private collection of 18th and early 19th century American furnishings and decorative arts in eight elegant room settings. Adult $5, child under 16, $2. 1-4 p.m. Fred J. Johnston Museum/Friends of Historic Kingston Museum, corner Wall-Main Streets, Stockade District of Kingston.
For more calendar listings, check out Kingston Happenings.