A tour through Hudson Valley history

The Greenwich Antiques Society will host a lecture devoted to historic homes in the Hudson Valley.

And it’s got the ideal speaker set to give the talk – Kathleen Eagen Johnson.

Johnson is a museum consultant, writer and lecturer who’s also the former curator and director of collections for Historic Hudson Valley, which is based in Tarrytown.

She will speak on “Historic Houses in the Hudson River Valley: Colonial and Federal Era Architecture and Daily Life” at 1:15 p.m. April 6 at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich. Refreshments will follow the illustrated lecture, designed to “draw back the curtain to view early New Yorkers at home.”

The admission fee for nonmembers of the antiques society is $20. Space is limited, with reservations required by March 30.

For reservations, or more, email greenwich.antiques.soc@gmail.com or call 203-322-2967.

– Mary Shustack

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