Come to the Warwick Historical Society on Sunday, Oct. 27, from 2 to 4 p.m. for your last opportunity to see the New Acquisitions exhibit, featuring items received in donation by the Historical Society during the last 12 months.
See a clothing evolution with fashion from the 1860s to 1990 artfully arranged. Get a glimpse at dolls from over the past century in period attire.
And see the Civil War trunk, at one time nearly demolished, that once belonged to Captain James W. Benedict, prominent Warwick resident and hero.
The Warwick Historical Society is dedicated to preserving and celebrating the rich history in Warwick and the Hudson Valley. In existence since 1906, the Society is a non-profit, fueled by philanthropy and community service. Membership levels start at just $30 a year, and many include special perks such as invitations to members only events, discounts on Society property rentals for weddings and celebrations, and a reciprocating membership in the North American Reciprocal Museum Association.
Visit www.whsny.org or call 845-986-3236 for information.