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A Plattekill path through local history & community is part of our mission here at the Plattekill Grange.
This is a chance to celebrate the rich and vibrant past of our local treasures. Did you know we not only have amazing history displays? But also an upstairs theatre that we are bringing back to life. This is also a chance to enjoy events that are community based and that supports important history preservation projects. For a complete schedule click buttons below.

An Evening with Deb Hanlon  |  MARCH 22

Help us celebrate our 10th anniversary of having a permanent home! In 2014, after years of meeting in private homes and at the Clintondale Firehouse, the Plattekill Historical Society signed a 99-year lease with the Plattekill Grange #923. It was the start of a great partnership! At the time, the Plattekill Grange had only two active members remaining and the building had not been used in years. The Plattekill Historical Society had a large membership, but limited space for meetings and the many historical items in our collection were being stored in members’ homes. So in exchange for rehabilitating and maintaining the Grange building, the Plattekill Historical Society now has a permanent meeting space and museum.

Thanks to the hard work of our volunteers over the past 10 years, the building has new life. We have a meeting space on the first floor and event space on the second floor and Plattekill history displays throughout the building. In addition, the Plattekill Grange is active once again and has a growing membership.

Join us on Saturday, April 20, for an Open House at the Plattekill Grange. Tour the building, learn about upcoming Plattekill Historical Society programs and Plattekill Grange community partnerships. The Phoenix Theatre & Arts Company will be on hand to perform and talk about upcoming productions at the Grange building this year. We’ll have information on volunteer opportunities and of course lots of history on display!

The Open House begins at 1PM at the Plattekill Grange building at 127 Church Street in Plattekill (Wallkill for GPS purposes.) This event is free and open to all. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, please call 845-389-7998, visit the Plattekill Historical Society Facebook page or our website


Hudson Valley Ukulele Society


Join the Plattekill Historical Society on Thursday, March 14th from 6 PM to 8 PM. The Hudson Valley Ukulele Society (HVUS) is an Ukulele enthusiast group based in New York's Hudson Valley. The theme for this meeting will be LOTS O'LUCK. We'll pay some Irish tunes, songs by those who came from Ireland and some tunes fitting of the occasion. NEW to the ukulele? Never picked one up but want to try? Feel free to join us.  FOR more information:  CLICK HERE.

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