MUST REGISTER by Friday, September 2: Potter’s Field Memorial Service on HART ISLAND
Arranged by Picture the Homeless and Interfaith Friends of Potters Field, this Hutchinson Year event will take place on THURSDAY, September 15--Only 12 people allowed. Lunch & brief talk follow at City Island Community Center. Please contact Anika: 646-314-6423 or HYPERLINK "mailto:email@example.com" firstname.lastname@example.org. for complete details and registration. If full, register for November 17th trip now or by Friday, November 4 FREE
SATURDAY, September 10-“WHERE DID ANNE HUTCHINSON LIVE?”-Talk by Archaeologist Dr. Eugene Boesch St. Paul’s Landmark Church, Mt. Vernon (Bronx/Pelham line). Also see exhibition information below. 914-667-4116 Free
September 10 & 11: Stop by the HRRP and “Anne Hutchinson Year” table at the City Island Fair
IN SORROW AND IN MEMORIAL - 10th Anniversary of 9/11
SUNDAY, September 18-2nd Annual HRRP Cleanup of the Thomas Pell Wildlife Sanctuary - 9am
Commemorating the river’s namesake by celebrating “The Anne Hutchinson Year” - Hutchinson River Restoration Project:718-885-9653, Hutchinsonriverrestorationproject.org, HYPERLINK "mailto:HutchinsonRRP@aol.com,facebook.com/HutchinsonRRP" HutchinsonRRP@aol.com, facebook.com/HutchinsonRRP Free
SUNDAY, September 25-Visit “The Anne Hutchinson Year” table at the Native American Festival, Pelham Bay Park Noon - 4pm --- Enter at Bruckner Boulevard. & Wilkinson Avenue --- 718-430-1890 for festival details; 718-885-3423 for table info Free
Learn more about her and the local Natives - Get free maps, a biography, other information; volunteer to help the “AHY”
TUESDAY, September 27-“WRITING YOUR LEGACY”-a PSS Senior Program, Pat Grondahl, Director
12:30-2:30pm at Grace Church, 104 City Island Avenue---On-going Writing Workshop led by City Island Writer Gail Hitt
No experience needed! All levels welcome! Call 718-885-0727 to confirm. FREE
NOT TO BE MISSED:
*The Bronx County Historical Society celebrates “The Anne Hutchinson Year” with this exhibition, continuing through October 2:
“ANNE HUTCHINSON: A WOMAN AHEAD OF HER TIME”
Valentine-Varian House Museum, 3266 Bainbridge Avenue, Bronx Saturdays 10am - 4pm -- Sundays 1pm - 5p Call Angel Hernandez for entry fee: 718-881-8900, x107
*“Anne Hutchinson: A Clash of Cultures” continues at St. Paul’s Historic Landmark Church, Mt. Vernon Call David Osborn, Director - 914-667-4116 Free
***ALL INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE, SO PLEASE BE SURE TO CHECK BEFOREHAND***
PEOPLE HAVE SUGGESTED THESE WONDERFUL IDEAS;
Blessing of the Hutchinson River, Music Festival in Hawkins Street Park, Anne Hutchinson Garden on City Island, a flower named in her honor, Anne Hutchinson Doll, Barbecue in Hawkins Street Park, more walking tours of where she may have lived, more activities in Lower Westchester, local houses of worship join for discussion of religious freedom, tolerance--and there’s more!
Can’t be done without VOLUNTEERS!
YOUR HELP CAN MAKE THEM HAPPEN!
Please CALL Toby Z. Liederman: 718-885-3423
The Anne Hutchinson Year is supported by contributions from you, by donations from Assembly Member Michael Benedetto and
Bistro SK, by support-in-kind from Senator Joseph Crowley; The Bronx County Historical Society; Pelham Bay Park, with continuing
back-up from Marianne Anderson, Administrator; Bronx Arts Ensemble, Bill Scribner, Director; Huntington Free Library & on-going help
from The Bronx History Forum through Bill Twomey, President, Tom Vasti, Vice President and Tom Casey, Treasurer.
Additional acknowledgement to Hutchinson River Restoration Project’s work toward making the Hutchinson River clean & accessible, and educating the public about our beautiful river and its namesake. “The Anne Hutchinson Year” is gratified to be contributing toward these goals.
Thank you! Toby Z. Liederman, Coordinator 8/19/11