Special Free Programs - February 2013
Wed., Feb. 6, 1 PM
Our lunchtime series features Songs of America, a performance and sing-along of songs from colonial times through the 20th century
Thursday, February 7, First Thursdays at St. Paul’s open from 1 to 9 PM
Please join us for a 7 PM performance by the Mt. Vernon Theatre Company of “The Mountaintop,” by American playwright Katori Hall, a fictional depiction of the Rev. Martin Luther King’s last night, set in the Lorraine Motel on the eve of his1968 assassination.
Saturday, February 9, we’re open from noon to 4 PM
Please join us for the opening of our new exhibition, “St. Paul’s & the Civil War,” helping to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the great national conflict. This includes a talk about religion in the Civil War by Professor Robert T. Valentine of Lehman College. There will also be re-enactments commemorating President’s Day and February as Black History Month, including appearances by Presidents Lincoln and Franklin D. Roosevelt, and underground railroad icon Harriet Tubman -- historic activities for children.
Wed., Feb. 13, 1 PM
Our lunchtime series offers a talk about the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln in 1865, including a connection to St. Paul’s
Monday, Feb. 18, open regular hours 9 AM to 5 PM
We are open on President’s Day, with a 1 PM presentation, “Chief Executives on the Village Green: St. Paul’s and the Presidents”
Wed., Feb. 20, 1 PM
Our lunchtime concert series features a performance by a violin trio from Sarah Lawrence College
Wed., Feb. 27, 1 PM
The lunchtime series of history and music features a presentation and discussion about the famous Election of 1733 held at St. Paul’s