Insider Tour Of Haverstraw Sat July 11

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Join local expert Jared Rodriguez for a glimpse into Haverstraw’s fascinating past – everything from the Silent Movie & Jazz Age to its architectural gems to its role in transport and industry.  The tour starts at 10 am and meets at the corner of Main St and Allison/Front/First and is one of the perks of being a member of  Keep Rockland Beautiful.  Non-members are welcome and encouraged to join (the fee is $20).  This tour is part of the Underground Series sponsored by Keep Rockland Beautiful.

Jared Rodriguez is trained in structural engineering and architectural history.  He currently is the director of energy and conservation initiatives at a family-owned real estate firm in Manhattan.  He manages the blog www.HaverstrawLife.com, which features talesfrom Haverstraw's rich past. His passion for Hudson Valley history stems fromhis family's lineage in Haverstraw dating to the mid-nineteenth century.  Don't miss this tour!

You can register at:  info@keeprocklandbeautiful.org or by calling:  (845) 708-9164

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Kim-Adele Rosner

I've been living with my family in Rockland for over a decade and becoming a part of this wonderful community has enriched my life. I love to share Rockland's special secrets with people as they consi....

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