Thursday, April 4, First Thursdays at St. Paul’s open from 1 to 9 PM
Please join us for a 7 PM talk, The Neutral Ground: Westchester County and the Revolutionary War, by historian Wayne Cahilly, exploring the military, political and social history of the area between the British and Americans.
Saturday, April 13; we’re open from noon to 4 PM
George Washington and the Civil War
At 2 PM, Professor Anne Sarah Rubin of the University of Maryland at Baltimore County
addresses the intriguing question of what does George Washington have to do with the American Civil War, exploring the ways that both the Union and the Confederacy drew on the mythology and iconography of the Revolutionary war. Dr. Rubin is President of the Society of Civil War Historians and has written numerous works on the great national conflict, including the award winning, A Shattered Nation: The Rise and Fall of the Confederacy, 1861-1868.
Wed., April 17, 1 PM
Our lunchtime series features a performance of arias and duets from classic operas by the acclaimed Bronx Opera Company, accompanied by music on the 1830 Erben pipe organ
Fri., April 19, 3 PM
Church Tower Walk
Join us for a hike up the wooden staircase in the Church tower, leading to the historic, 250-year-old metal bell, and fine views of the surrounding counties. one of the oldest in the country (Note: This program is repeated, every other Friday, weather permitting, through early October.
Wed., April 24, 1 PM
Join us at for an early afternoon performance of jazz selections, tenor sax, with bass, from the Music Conservatory at Purchase
St. Paul’s Church National Historic Site
897 South Columbus Avenue, Mt. Vernon, NY