The Stony Point Historic Roundtable is having its next meeting at 1pm on Sunday, March 22, 2009, at the Chapel of St. John the Divine; Episcopal Church Parish House. The guest speaker for the afternoon will be Tom Sullivan, a Stony Point historian, who is a lifelong North Rockland resident and currently a trustee of the Haverstraw Brick Museum. Tom will speak about his childhood memories of stories from three generations of his family who worked at the brickyards.
All are welcome to attend and just listen or please bring old photos, artifacts, town maps and stories to share about Stony Point history during a history "show-and-tell." The group invites adults and children to participate. SPACE plans to begin recording and cataloging the stories and materials as part of a local history and educational project with the schools and libraries.
The Chapel of St. John the Divine is located on at 170 Mott Farm Road, Tomkins Cove.
For more information, got to the church website at www.thechapelofstjohnthedivine.org or for directions: CLICK HERE.
For more information, please contact; Susan Filgueras at 845-942-5030 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The program is sponsored by the Stony Point Action Committee for the Environment (SPACE)
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What: Stony Point Historic Roundtable
When: 1 p.m. SUNDAY, March 22, 2009
Where: The Chapel of St. John the Divine; Episcopal Church Parish House; 170 Mott Farm Road; Tomkins Cove, NY
Information: Call Susan Filgueras at 845-942-5030.