The Conference on Black History in the Hudson Valley
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. Walk-ins welcome. Register at the Hudson River Maritime Museum store.
Saturday, July 14, 2018
1:00 PM to 5:30 PM
The Hudson River Maritime Museum and The Library at the A.J. Williams-Myers African Roots Center in Kingston are proud hosts of The Conference on Black History in the Hudson Valley. The focus of this conference is the history of Black and African-American residents in the Hudson Valley, including communities and work along the canals and tributaries of the Hudson River. The Conference on Black History in the Hudson Valley is open researchers of all levels and will feature a mix of panel presentations and individual presentations in two concurrent sessions.
12:30 PM - Registration Opens
1:00 PM - Introduction
1:30 PM - Session One
2:45 PM - Session Two
3:30 PM - Session Three
4:15 PM - Session Four
5:30 PM - Conference closes
For more information, including full schedule and session descriptions, visit www.hrmm.org/black-history-conference
Tickets are $20 for HRMM members, $30 for non-members for the full day. NEW: Special single session rate of $10 is available for those who wish to attend just one session. Please note the time or title in the "notes to seller" section of your registration. All tickets are available will-call at the Hudson River Maritime Museum store, which opens at 11:00 AM. Please check in at the museum store to retrieve your tickets. Museum admission is included in all tickets.
A limited number of tickets will be available for purchase day-of in the museum store.