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Hudson, New York
Environment | Local culture
11 July 2018 03:39PM

Join us in inaugurating Platte Clove as a new site on the Hudson River School Art Trail. Lush with waterfalls and trails, this pristine territory was an important inspiration for artists Thomas Cole, Frederick Church, and Asher B. Durand.

We will be meeting Wednesday, July 18th at 1pm at Platte Clove Cabin, 2504 Platte Clove Road/County Route 16, Elka Park, NY 12427. Parking at Steenburgh Road parking area (aka Huckleberry Point parking area).

For more information contact Jennifer Greim, Thomas Cole National Historic Site, jgreim@thomascole.org or Katie Palm, Catskill Center, kpalm@catskillcenter.org.

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