MUSEUM OPEN

MAY - OCTOBER

SATURDAYS 10:00 AM - 4:0O PM

SUNDAYS 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

2015 EXHIBIT: HURLEY HARVEST:

BY HAND AND BY HORSE

This exhibit tells the story of farming on the Hurley Flats and the crop transitions that have occurred over the centuries. The tools displayed represent the pre-motorized era. Many of the early Hurley images have never before been displayed in public. Familiar artifacts are on display as well as a rare Dutch sith and its companion tool the mathook.

VISIT OUR MUSEUM SHOP!

  
   

SUPPORT THE HURLEY HERITAGE SOCIETY

BECOME ONE OF OUR VOLUNTEERS

The Hurley Heritage Society depends upon its loyal, hard working, and very much appreciated volunteers to assist visitors to our Museum and Shop, keep Ribbon Park and the Museum grounds looking well-groomed, and to help with events such as the Ghost Walk and Corn Festival. Please show your community spirit and join our friendly team of volunteers!

TO VOLUNTEER CONTACT ANY OF THE FOLLOWING

Museum Shop                                                    Midge Stott 845-338-5184

Museum Docents                                              Letty Hornsberger 845-331-5505

Museum                                                                Iris Oseas 845-331-8852

Corn Fest                                                            Gail Whistance 845-331-5331

PR/Ghost Walk                                                   Pat Lamers 845-331-8673

Plant Sale/Friends of Ribbon Park               Joan Castka 845-331-4852

 

  
   

JULY EVENTS

 

July 11         As part of Stone House Day, The Hurley Heritage Society Museum will hold an Art and Antiques Sale from 10:00 - 4:00 on  the museum grounds.
 
Raffle tickets for handmade Star Quilt will be on sale at the Dummond House. 

 

 

July 26        Guided Walking Tour of Main Street starting at Hurley Heritage Museum, 52 Main St., @ 2 PM rain or shine. Admission: adults $5, children under 12 free. For information call 845-331-8852.

 

  
   

STAR QUILT RAFFLE

 

This year’s quilt, made by Dolly Woodin of New Paltz, is a colorful star pattern quilt in shades of coral, blue, deep green and beige. It is made from reproduction cotton prints which represent 18th, 19th,  and 20th centuries. For example, the blue design is from around 1830. 

The fabrics and batting are 100% cotton.

Dolly will be at the festival to talk about and answer questions about historic fabrics and quilting.