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Hudson River Journey Exhibit at the Nanuet Public Library

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When:
July 15, 2013
Where:
Nanuet Public Library, 149 Church Street, Nanuet, NY map

Riverkeeper’s traveling exhibit, “A Hudson River Journey: 1609-2109,” which contains original artwork, historic artifacts, maps and digital media is on display at the Nanuet Public Library until July 24. “A Hudson River Journey”, tells the history of stewardship inspired by the Hudson River, and the challenges and opportunities facing today’s river stewards. The panels tell the important story of the Hudson River from six distinct regions of the river (NY Harbor to Troy), for three time periods: pre-contact (1609 and before), current era (industrial revolution to present day), and the future (2010 to 2109).

Location: Nanuet Public Library
3rd Floor
149 Church Street
Nanuet, NY
June 28 – July 24

Before your visit, please check the library’s hours. For more information, please contact Dana Gulley at [email protected].

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