The Warwick Historical Society will hold an evening of paranormal tales and other-worldly insight at the Spirited Warwick event at Baird’s Tavern, 103 Main Street, Warwick, on Thurs., Jan. 30 at 7 p.m., snow date Fri., Jan. 31. Baird’s Tavern is one of the oldest structures in the Village of Warwick, erected by Francis Baird…

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After months of preparation, the Warwick Historical Society is excited to invite the public to view its latest exhibit, “New Acquisitions,” opening on Sun., Jul. 28 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the A.W. Buckbee Center, located at 2 Colonial Ave. in Warwick. The exhibit features meticulously repaired and carefully displayed clothing dating from the…

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It’s time to purchase your tickets to the Party in the Park, the annual fundraiser to benefit the Warwick Historical Society on Saturday, August 24 from 6 to 9 p.m. This year’s event will feature a catered dinner by Grappa Ristorante, locally crafted hard cider from Pennings, cold beer from the Glenmere Brewing Company, a…

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Founders Day celebrated at Hathorn historic site in Warwick. On Saturday, June 1, the public had a unique opportunity to go back in time to Colonial days and the Revolutionary War-era in Warwick. It was the 240th anniversary of the Battle of Minisink, then commanded by Warwick resident Col. John Hathorn, a surveyor and teacher…

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Editor’s note: This story has been updated to correct an error regarding the date of the Warwick Historical Society’s annual party. WARWICK — The Warwick Historical Society’s annual party will be held on Saturday, Aug. 25, from 6 to 9 p.m. in Lewis Park. This will be an evening of celebration focusing on Warwick’s vibrant agri-tourism…

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Need a cure for Cabin Fever? Bring the family out to the Warwick Historical Society’s Revolutionary Winter Walk on Saturday, Feb. 17, at 11 a.m. at Sanfordville Elementary School. This one-hour walk will focus on historic events that took place on the grounds of the school, which is the former farm of the DeKay family…

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Warwick celebrates the 100th annual George Washington Day   “Hear ye, Hear ye,” shouted the “Town Crier,” played by Jake Butchko, as he rang his hand held bell and read a proclamation stating the news of the day about an important visitor to Warwick. On a July day in 1783, General George Washington and his entourage…

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Move over Under the Tent, there is a new party in town: The Warwick Historical Society is changing things up this year with the all new Party in the Park on Saturday, Aug. 26, from 6 to 9 p.m. “Join us as we celebrate the Village’s 150th Anniversary and recognize Warwick’s artists, past and present,”…

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Beginning Wednesday, July 5, the Warwick Historical Society will open many of Warwick’s historic properties such for self-guided tours. Some of the destinations will be Baird’s Tavern, the Old School Baptist Meeting House and the Lehigh & Hudson River Railway Caboose. “As we walk the streets of Warwick the history will unfold with every stop…

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Discover the people and places that helped shape Warwick’s history on the weekend of June 17 and 18. The Warwick Historical Society is participating in New York State’s Path Through History Weekend celebrating the state’s rich heritage. The society will be holding a variety of events over the weekend to celebrate Warwick On Sunday, June…

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During the Village of Warwick Board meeting on Mon., May 15, Trustee Bill Lindberg spoke about the “Red Umbrella Tour” he attended on Sun., May 14. The “walk-about” tour, sponsored by the Town of Warwick Historical Society, showcases the rich history of the Village of Warwick. “It’s a fabulous tour through the Village. I found…

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On Saturday, April 15, Founders Day 2017 began in Lewis Park with a children’s Easter egg roll and an Easter Bonnet contest open to both children and adults. The colorful and traditional events were sponsored by the Historical Society of the Town of Warwick in collaboration with the Village of Warwick Sesquicentennial Committee. Lewis Park…

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