We are pleased to announce that Jane Carter will be the new curator of the Friends of Historic Huletts Landing, helping expand our physical and digital collections and will also assume the responsibility of planning our art shows, working with local artists to present their work (and give us more excuses to gather during the summer for wine and cheese at opening receptions!). We are grateful to Tom Keating for his contributions over many years to the art shows. He will continue to act as a trustee and our treasurer.
Click here to learn more about Jane’s background and experience.
Thursday, September 2 9:00amHuletts Library and Gallery
Please join us for the Friends of Historic Huletts Landing Annual Meeting. We welcome your ideas and suggestions for our activities and ways to improve our value to the Huletts community.
We also welcome new volunteers who are interested in participating in our projects such as speaker programs, art shows, children’s programs, digital archives, membership coordination and oral histories.
It will take place on Thursday, September 2 at 9:00am at the Library and Gallery. It will be followed by a trustee meeting where we will thank Tom Keating for his generous contributions over many years as the FHHL curator and introduce our new curator, Jane Carter. Tom will continue as the FHHL Treasurer.
Wednesday August 28th, 2019 9amHuletts Landing Library & Gallery
We hope you’ll participate in the annual meeting of The Friends Historic Huletts Landing and bring ALL your ideas and suggestions for how we can make it even better and honor our rich history while still making it relevant and exciting for generations to come.
Adirondack Life magazine’s “At Home in the Adirondack’s” issue features a 10-page article showcasing Carrie Marie Burr’s photographs of three historic Huletts houses with a narrative by editor Annie Stoltie based on interviews with the homeowners. It is on news stands now. Featured are Lucy White’s 1882 “Seven Pines,” David and Marian Knight’s 1874 “Craigdarroch,” and Peter Suozzo’s 1917 “Ferncliff.” The story also highlights our larger effort, capturing images for the Historic Camps of Huletts Landing Project on which FHHL and Carrie Marie Burr are working.