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Friends of Old Croton Aqueduct Annual Meeting to Celebrate New Life of Keeper's House


Apr 27, 2014
02:00 PM


At their Annual Meeting on Apil 27, the Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct will celebrate the new life of the Keeper's House as a Visitor and Education Center. The house, on Walnut Street in Dobbs Ferry, is the only one extant of those built for Aqueduct caretakers.

The project creative team will unveil the interior features of the Center. This includes state of the art exhibits and a "time travel" offering. A new film celebrating the Aqueduct and the 26.2 mile Aqueduct greenway will have its public debut showing.

Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct is a private, non-profit volunteer organization formed to protect and preserve the Old Croton Aqueduct. The Friends work to raise public awareness of the Aqueduct and trail and to secure the resources that will enable this historic greenway to remain unspoiled in perpetuity.

Picture by Ildiko Viczian





View map Irvington Public Library
Main and Astors Street
across from Metro-North Hudson Line station
Irvington, NY

Additional Information


Friends of Old Croton Aqueduct


(914) 693-0529

Contact name

Mavis Cain

Contact email



Ardsley,Croton-On-Hudson,Dobbs Ferry,Irvington,Ossining,Sleepy Hollow,Tarrytown,Yonkers

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