Historic Cherry Hill

and the Edward Frisbee Center for Collections & Research

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The Past in Poetry: A Selection of Poems from Yesterday and Today Read Live at the Historic Quackenbush House published August 02, 2019



Monday, August 12th, 7 PM

In the garden of Albany’s second oldest structure, you’ll be treated to poems written or collected by the bygone occupants of Cherry Hill as well as contemporary pieces inspired by the Past.  

Free admission. Food and drinks from the menu will be available for purchase. Please come early to nab your seat and place your order!

Readers of historic selections by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and bygone occupants of Cherry Hill: Suzanna Bornn, Janet Hurley Kimlicko, Tony Pallone.

Contemporary poets inspired by The Past: Thom Francis, Nancy Klepsch, Mary Panza, Bob Sharkey,  Dan Wilcox.