Writing this blog is fun, it gets me out of the house. Sometimes with a purpose, sometimes to eat ice cream and write it off as “research” for a tax deduction.
Both places were amazing for photos (at least I think so).
At Storytown, there’s the giant shoe from the Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe. At JL Edwards, there’s photos from Hudson’s nuclear fallout shelter. The John L Edwards school tour was extensive; we visited almost every room. There’s still a lot of stuff there – like five pianos in the cafeteria. If this post has piqued your interest, there’s another tour on Thursday, Aug. 24th at 10am.
Also, there were group showers in the John L Edwards locker rooms? An elementary school?
How sweaty did seven-year-old kids get playing dodgeball in 1963?
Sidenote: Could you imagine kids playing dodgeball today? Yeah, no.
Get out of the house, Hudson!
I say that as I’ve spent hours cropping, resizing, and uploading images, and it’s a beautiful day outside.
I hope you enjoy the pictures!
Events listed in Chronological Order (ish)
August 18th – 20th
Ancram Opera House
SPARROWBUSH BAKERY RETURNS!!
On View: August 31 – October 15th
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 2nd – 5-7pm
Artist Talk: Sunday, September 3rd, 4pm
August 31st -September 10th
Thursdays – Saturdays at 7:30pm
Sundays at 2:00pm
Bridge Street Theatre – Catskill