Looking for a socially distanced outing this holiday season? Check out the Columbia County Historical Society’s latest Drive Through History road trip!
‘Sacred Spaces, Part II’ explores northern Columbia County’s diverse spiritual history, including a Quaker meeting house in Hudson, two pre-Revolutionary churches, the County’s oldest congregation, and the Persons of Color Cemetery in Kinderhook.
The itinerary picks up from ‘Sacred Spaces, Part I,” which explored historic places of worship in the Roeliff Jansen region. These FREE self-guided road trips allow residents and visitors to safely explore Columbia County historic sites at their own pace and convenience. Along the way, you’ll stop at great local dining spots offering takeout or outdoor dining/beverages.
‘Sacred Spaces, Part II’ will be the final Drive Through History road trip of 2020! Stay tuned for more itineraries coming in Spring/Summer 2021.
You can find the ‘Sacred Spaces’ series and all other Drive Through History road trips at http://www.cchsny.org/drive-through-history