A Revolutionary Family Day at Philipse Manor Hall

Published Tuesday, November 12, 2019


Building awareness and appreciation for Westchester County's Revolutionary Era History

RW250 EVENT: A Revolutionary Family Day at Philipse Manor Hall:
What Happened Here and Who Tells the Story?

Date Saturday, November 16, 2019
Time 11:00 am – 4:00 pm (all day)
Venue Philipse Manor Hall State Historic Site
Location 29 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10701

Cost Admission is free to Philipse Manor Hall State Historic Site
Contact Philipse Manor Hall State Historic Site at 914-965-4027 or email Robert.Lee@parks.ny.gov

Info Philipse Manor Hall State Historic Site

Details Travel back in time for a full day immersion with musicians, costumed reenactors, speakers and authors as your guides. Participants will learn about what actually happened here in 1777. What side did the Philipse family choose and why? Why was Kingsbridge such a critical place and how did the wealthy VanCortlandts survive and thrive during the war? What became of them? What happened to the Wappinger Chief Nimham? Which side did he choose? Whose side would you choose: Loyalist, Patriot or Neither? Why do we care about all this and why do we commemorate these events and people? Simple. It’s our collective history. Activities will be take place throughout the historic Philipse Manor Hall State Historic Site, which centers on the oldest standing building in Westchester County.

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