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EVENTS

FPMH offers events and activities throughout the year, from family-friendly festivals to lectures, concerts, and movie nights.  

Join us for our ongoing seasonal events.  Check the events calendar for scheduled activities 
including free movies, lectures and concerts.

  • Annual Northern Slavery Collective Conference
    Mon, Feb 06
    Philipse Manor Hall
    Philipse Manor Hall State Historic Site is pleased to host the Northern Slavery Collective Conference!
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  • Doing the Work: How Including the Enslaved Expands our Understanding of Colonial New York
    Wed, Feb 08
    Philipse Manor Hall
    Historian Lavada Nahon reveals how historians and researchers across the state are identifying artifacts, religious practices, burial grounds, and the names, numbers, and lives of enslaved people across New York State...
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  • Membership Offer
    Fri, Feb 24
    Philipse Manor Hall
    Join us for a short talk by Michael Lord, Site Director of Philipse Manor Hall on the history of the old calendar and how people celebrated, then enjoy cocktails and hors d'oeuvres at this fundraising event for Friends of Philipse Manor Hall. All proceeds benefit public programs at PMH.
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  • Music for a Winter's Afternoon Concert
    Sun, Mar 05
    Philipse Manor Hall
    Enjoy music from six countries and six centuries featuring Renaissance, Baroque, and Opera arias from Mozart, Bizet, Puccini, and Verdi as well as music from Scott Joplin, original music by Pamela Sklar, and traditional Irish songs.
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  • She-Merchants, Sachems, and Slaves: Women of Colonial New York
    Wed, Mar 08
    Philipse Manor Hall or Online
    New York was one of the most diverse of the thirteen colonies, thanks to its Dutch colonial roots. Racial religious and racial diversity meant that colliding cultures had different ideas of how to treat women.
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  • Lecture: Insurrection, Conspiracy, and Resistance in Colonial New York
    Wed, Apr 12
    Philipse Manor Hall
    Colonial New York City was the location for two large scale insurrections and conspiracies planned and enacted by the city’s sizable enslaved community. Not surprisingly, enslaved individuals of the Philipse family played a part in both plots.
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  • Lecture: Banastre Tarleton & The War Around Westchester, 1778-1779
    Wed, Jun 14
    Online via Webex
    Even casual students of the American Revolution are familiar with the name Banastre Tarleton. Join us as we discuss the early career of Britain’s most famous cavalryman of the war and the actions fought in Westchester by his corps, the British Legion.
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  • Ella Fitzgerald’s Birthday Celebration
    Time is TBD
    Philipse Manor Hall State
    Philipse Manor Hall State Historic Site and the Friends of Philipse Manor Hall are delighted to present an evening of dinner and song in the famed Gothic Chamber at Philipse Manor Hall. Date is forth-coming - sign up to be notified!
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