Warwick weddings then and now

Historical Society hosts bridal exhibit on July 27


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  • On Sunday, July 27, the public is invited to a gala opening of the Warwick Historical Society's Bridal Exhibit with a special presentation by Curator Michael Bertolini.



WARWICK — Weddings of today are unique, imaginative and beautiful.

Weddings in the past were the same.

Some special members of The Warwick Historical Society have been preparing for a fabulous exhibit of wedding attire from days gone by.

On Sunday, July 27, the public is invited to a gala opening of the Warwick Historical Society's Bridal Exhibit with a special presentation by Curator Michael Bertolini.

Light refreshments will be served as you take the opportunity to learn more about what is available in our town for your own wedding.

In addition you may visit Society venues that are available for your own special history-making events including weddings, vow renewals, showers, anniversary and rehearsal dinners, wine tastings and other gatherings:

The Old School Baptist meeting house would be the setting for an elegantly simple ceremony.

Lewis Park, with the beautiful garden behind the 1810 House and maintained by The Garden Club of Orange and Duchess Counties, is available for an outdoor reception or party.

Historic Baird’s Tavern, known to have hosted Martha Washington and Revolutionary War personalities is the perfect spot for a small dinner party, cocktail reception or wine and cheese gathering.

The Buckbee Center, formerly Albert Wisner Library, has been transformed into a space designed for larger group gatherings with rest rooms and kitchen.

If you are a bride to be, party or wedding planner, hosting a party or simply interested in the costumes and historic buildings of Warwick you must plan on attending Warwick Weddings-Then and Now, July 27 from 1 to 4 p.m.

Suggested donation of $10 per person.


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