Rondout Revisited

Rondout Revisited

Saturday July 21st, Saturday July 28th

The Gallery at the Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History will be open from 2:00-6:00PM

On view is the permanent exhibit “Rondout Revisited,” which documents the arc of an American river port and its diverse community over 150 years by focusing on changes to Broadway, Rondout’s central commercial strip.

Also on display will be the gallery’s inaugural temporary exhibit, “The Story Continues: Portraits of Today’s Immigrant Businesses.” This show features the portraits and stories of a diverse group of contemporary immigrant business owners and artists who live and work in the Rondout. Photographs are by Nancy Donskoj with accompanying text by journalist Lynn Woods.

Free and open to the public

Note: This historic structure is not currently wheelchair accessible.

The Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History is located at 99-101 Broadway Kingston, New York 12401 with the gallery entrance through the Spring Street courtyard. Follow the signs and be prepared to walk up one flight of stairs.

Venue: The Gallery at the Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History
99-101 Broadway
Kingston, NY 12401