The 69th annual Hurley Stone House Day offers a lot to amateur historians and anyone who enjoys time travel: the chance to explore America’s oldest private homes in a National Historic Landmark village, tour guides in Colonial attire, a militia encampment, a “visit” from Sojourner Truth, Colonial crafts demonstrations, Native American dancers, food, children’s activities and much more. Admission is free. It all takes place on Saturday, July 13 on Main Street of the old Dutch village that was settled 358 years ago.
Stone House Day
Saturday, July 13, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
11 Main St., Hurley