Fall Lecture Series: Haverstraw Bay
October 2 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pmFREE
The Fall Lecture Series begins with a presentation on the history and ecology of “Haverstraw Bay” by Scott Craven on October 2 at 7:30pm in the clubhouse at Shattemuc Yacht Club.
Haverstraw Bay is the widest, most shallow section of the Hudson River. With almost 18 square miles of water, it constitutes an enormous watershed – with iconic hills, smokestacks, headlands and other features. Its history, natural beauty and sunsets are treasures to our area. Also, learn why Croton Landing Park is the best place to see “sun dogs” in the Hudson Valley.
Admission is FREE and open to the public.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Scott Craven is one of the area’s most popular speakers. He has two degrees in American History and lectures extensively about the Hudson River Valley, sharing a unique understanding, perception and appreciation of the culture and heritage of our area.
Come with a dish to share at 6:30PM and enjoy a potluck dinner or arrive a little before 7:30PM for the presentation. No reservations needed.