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Historic House Tour of Rockland County

House tour lovers mark your calendars for this year’s annual historical house tour offered by The Historical Society of Rockland County’€“

Ramapo Ramble: A Trail of Historic Homes through Airmont, Chestnut Ridge and Montvale on Saturday, October 3rd from 10a – 4p

Each year, the Society organizes a self-guided tour of Rockland county buildings, including houses, churches, barns, public buildings, etc., that are outstanding because of their age or architecture, their historical interest, or their significance to the communities in which they stand.

The year’s tour is sponsored by Beckerle Lumber’s Remodeling Showrooms, a family owned business serving Rockland since 1940. The showrooms are featured in all 4 of their Rockland locations. Visit for more information.

Tickets: $35 for HSRC members;$40 day of tour ticket sales. Day of tour tickets available at Camp Scuffy, 200 Cherry Lane, Airmont. Reservations are recommended and the tour will be held rain or shine. All tour proceeds benefit the Historical Society of Rockland County, which is committed to keeping the history of Rockland alive!

The Historical Society of Rockland County is located at 20 Zukor Road in New City. For more information on the house tour, the current exhibition, The Tappan Zee Bridge: Transforming Rockland County and ongoing events visit or call 845-634-9629.

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