Friday, March 14th - NEW EXHIBIT OPENING - Defining Lines: Maps From the 1700s and Early 1800s
Thursday, March 20th - EVENING LECTURE - Kips Bay & Harlem Heights: The War for Independence on Manhattan, 1776, presented by Philip Briggs
Following its narrow escape across the East River from Brooklyn in the fall of 1776, America’s fledgling armed forces hoped to maintain its position on Manhattan. However, it soon met the enemy in two new engagements as the War for Independence continued. This lecture, presented by Dr. Briggs, explores those events and their results on the continuing struggle.
Program begins at 6:30 (doors open at 6pm)
Cost: $10; Free for Members
Includes Museum admission & light refreshments
**Memebers: To reserve a seat, please email firstname.lastname@example.org**
Saturday, April 5th – SPECIAL EVENT – Salon/Sanctuary Concerts presents Exodus: Dreams of the Promised Land in Antebellum America, 3pm & 7pm
Saturday, April 12th - SPECIAL EVENT – Sensory Friendly Event (Autism Friendly Spaces), 9:30-11:30am
Thursday, April 17th- Revolutionary Medicine: The Founding Fathers & Mothers in Sickness and Health presented by Jeanne Abrams
Saturday, April 26th – WALKING TOUR - A Rebellious Brew: New York’s Tea Party of 1774, (11-1:30pm)
Watch some of our past lectures filmed by C-SPAN!
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