Schuylerville


Enjoy a leisurely afternoon on the spacious grounds of the Philip Schuyler House on Rt. 4, Schuylerville, this Sunday, August 10, as you visit with over 30 colonial artisans, listen to colonial music, watch a Punch & Judy show, dip candles and play colonial games, and tour the Schuyler House and herb gardens.  The event is free and open to the public from noon to 5 pm.

Artisans include a tinsmith, blacksmith, baker, brewer, ropemaker, milliner, mantua maker, broom maker, basketmaker, soapmaker, sheepshearer, buttermaker, beekeeper, farmer, teamster, herbalist, quilter, dyer, spinner, needleworker, powderhorn maker, chair caner, and 18th century medicines.

18th Century Day is sponsored by the Old Saratoga Historical Association in cooperation with the National Park Service.

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On Sunday, August 14th, from noon to 5, the 33rd 18th Century Days will be held at Schuyler House in Schuylerville, NY.  If you have never been to Schuyler House this is the perfect occasion to do so. There will be craft demonstrations, music  and a Punch and Judy puppet show plus much more.  

Make sure you give yourself time to check out the Saratoga Monument, the Saratoga Battlefield and/or the National Cemetery. 

 

 

Time to start thinking about your summer activities! A perfect time to enjoy some of our most popular classes and programs for this summer. Check out the Our Current Classes page for all the latest information!

If you are looking for a different program or would like to take advantage of our individual classes, please give us a call at 518-695-4867.

Old Saratoga Books will be hosting a book signing. Author Sheridan Hay will be signing copies of her book, “The Secret of Lost Things”. This mystery novel is about the eccentric crew at a NYC rare and used book  store and a lost Herman Melville manuscript.

The book signing is scheduld for Saturday, May 3, between 5 & 6 PM.

Old Saratoga Books is located at 94 Broad Street here in Schuylerville, NY.  They can be reached at 518-695-5607.