Old Dutch Church Historic Cemetery Tours

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 10/28/2017
7:00 pm-8:00 pm

Location
Old Dutch Church

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Beginning Saturday, October 7th at 7:00 PM, The Old Dutch Church on Wall Street in Kingston, New York will present visits with citizens of Kingston from 1777. Guests will move through the Church’s cemetery, and stop at five stations to hear the stories of the leaders and inhabitants of Kingston’s colonial era. There will be six ghosts, played by members of Theatre on the Road, will talk about their roles in the community, where they were when Kingston was burned, and how they aided the Revolution and the rebuilding of their homes.

 

At the start of the tour, Governor George Clinton, standing on his gravesite, will begin his story. He’ll be followed by local farmers Mr. and Mrs. Low, traitor Jacobus Lefferts, a runaway indentured servant Jenny Hasbrouck, and local merchant Peter Van Gaasbeek and his wife Sarah who lived in the residence that became known as the Senate House.

 

Tours will run consecutive Saturdays through October 28th. Each tour will be one hour in length. The cost is $10.00 per person for adults, children under 12 are free; for tickets or reservations visit www.theatreontheroad.com.

Beginning Saturday, October 7th at 7:00 PM, The Old Dutch Church on Wall Street in Kingston, New York will present visits with citizens of Kingston from 1777. Guests will move through the Church’s cemetery, and stop at five stations to hear the stories of the leaders and inhabitants of Kingston’s colonial era. There will be six ghosts, played by members of Theatre on the Road, will talk about their roles in the community, where they were when Kingston was burned, and how they aided the Revolution and the rebuilding of their homes.

 

At the start of the tour, Governor George Clinton, standing on his gravesite, will begin his story. He’ll be followed by local farmers Mr. and Mrs. Low, traitor Jacobus Lefferts, a runaway indentured servant Jenny Hasbrouck, and local merchant Peter Van Gaasbeek and his wife Sarah who lived in the residence that became known as the Senate House.

 

Tours will run consecutive Saturdays through October 28th. Each tour will be one hour in length. The cost is $10.00 per person for adults, children under 12 are free; for tickets or reservations visit www.theatreontheroad.com.

Beginning Saturday, October 7th at 7:00 PM, The Old Dutch Church on Wall Street in Kingston, New York will present visits with citizens of Kingston from 1777. Guests will move through the Church’s cemetery, and stop at five stations to hear the stories of the leaders and inhabitants of Kingston’s colonial era. There will be six ghosts, played by members of Theatre on the Road, will talk about their roles in the community, where they were when Kingston was burned, and how they aided the Revolution and the rebuilding of their homes.

 

At the start of the tour, Governor George Clinton, standing on his gravesite, will begin his story. He’ll be followed by local farmers Mr. and Mrs. Low, traitor Jacobus Lefferts, a runaway indentured servant Jenny Hasbrouck, and local merchant Peter Van Gaasbeek and his wife Sarah who lived in the residence that became known as the Senate House.

 

Tours will run consecutive Saturdays through October 28th. Each tour will be one hour in length. The cost is $10.00 per person for adults, children under 12 are free; for tickets or reservations visit www.theatreontheroad.com.

Beginning Saturday, October 7th at 7:00 PM, The Old Dutch Church on Wall Street in Kingston, New York will present visits with citizens of Kingston from 1777. Guests will move through the Church’s cemetery, and stop at five stations to hear the stories of the leaders and inhabitants of Kingston’s colonial era. There will be six ghosts, played by members of Theatre on the Road, will talk about their roles in the community, where they were when Kingston was burned, and how they aided the Revolution and the rebuilding of their homes.

 

At the start of the tour, Governor George Clinton, standing on his gravesite, will begin his story. He’ll be followed by local farmers Mr. and Mrs. Low, traitor Jacobus Lefferts, a runaway indentured servant Jenny Hasbrouck, and local merchant Peter Van Gaasbeek and his wife Sarah who lived in the residence that became known as the Senate House.

 

Tours will run consecutive Saturdays through October 28th. Each tour will be one hour in length. The cost is $10.00 per person for adults, children under 12 are free; for tickets or reservations visit www.theatreontheroad.com.

Beginning Saturday, October 7th at 7:00 PM, The Old Dutch Church on Wall Street in Kingston, New York will present visits with citizens of Kingston from 1777. Guests will move through the Church’s cemetery, and stop at five stations to hear the stories of the leaders and inhabitants of Kingston’s colonial era. There will be six ghosts, played by members of Theatre on the Road, will talk about their roles in the community, where they were when Kingston was burned, and how they aided the Revolution and the rebuilding of their homes.

 

At the start of the tour, Governor George Clinton, standing on his gravesite, will begin his story. He’ll be followed by local farmers Mr. and Mrs. Low, traitor Jacobus Lefferts, a runaway indentured servant Jenny Hasbrouck, and local merchant Peter Van Gaasbeek and his wife Sarah who lived in the residence that became known as the Senate House.

 

Tours will run consecutive Saturdays through October 28th. Each tour will be one hour in length. The cost is $10.00 per person for adults, children under 12 are free; for tickets or reservations visit www.theatreontheroad.com.

Beginning Saturday, October 7th at 7:00 PM, The Old Dutch Church on Wall Street in Kingston, New York will present visits with citizens of Kingston from 1777. Guests will move through the Church’s cemetery, and stop at five stations to hear the stories of the leaders and inhabitants of Kingston’s colonial era. There will be six ghosts, played by members of Theatre on the Road, will talk about their roles in the community, where they were when Kingston was burned, and how they aided the Revolution and the rebuilding of their homes.

At the start of the tour, Governor George Clinton, standing on his gravesite, will begin his story. He’ll be followed by local farmers Mr. and Mrs. Low, traitor Jacobus Lefferts, a runaway indentured servant Jenny Hasbrouck, and local merchant Peter Van Gaasbeek and his wife Sarah who lived in the residence that became known as the Senate House.

Tours will run consecutive Saturdays through October 28th. Each tour will be one hour in length. The cost is $10.00 per person for adults, children under 12 are free; for tickets or reservations visit www.theatreontheroad.com.

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