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Greyston Bakery Features HRM’s Senior Attendant Guard Kenya Reece

Hudson River Museum Senior Attendant Guard Kenya Reece was recently interviewed at the Museum for Greyston Bakery’s PathMakers In Action series.

100 Years of Admiring the Moon

“Between celebrating its 100th anniversary and the 50th anniversary of its newer space that houses its art galleries and workshops, the museum had another milestone worth honoring in mind — the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission that landed humans on the moon for the first time . . . . “A Century of Lunar Photography and Beyond,” [looks] at 61 different images of the moon taken from as early as the 1840s through today.”

2019 Best of Westchester Awards

For the second year in a row, the Hudson River Museum was selected as a top Readers’ Pick in Westchester Magazine’s Best of Westchester 2019. For the first time the Museum has been named Best Tourist Attraction while also garnering Best Place for a Date Night (Other Than a Restaurant) in the Fun & Leisure category for the second year in a row.

Hudson River Museum’s Centennial: Westchester’s One and Only 100-Year Old Museum

“. . . the story of the Hudson River Museum (HRM) in its Centennial year is one of a museum returning to its roots in the community, broadly writ, recognizing that what ends up on its walls can reflect its audience at the same time that it provides deep learning experiences. It’s all about community enrichment and conversation.”

The HRM Romanticizes the Moon

“We’re all part of one big planet. No matter where you are in the world, you look up and see the moon,” said Laura Vookles, Chair of the Curatorial Department, in a recent feature on BBC World News, Why the Moon Makes Us All Romantics.

HRM on the Moon and Across the Globe

When mankind landed on the moon 50 years ago, we reached the pinnacle of more than a decade-long journey in the race to space. While we at the HRM, may not have made it to the moon, the Museum has reached new heights! BBC World News interviewed Manager of Planetarium and Science Programs Marc Taylor and featured the exhibition “A Century of Lunar Photography and Beyond” in a segment that aired on March 11.

New Year, New Horizons

2019 is off to a big start as far as space exploration goes! Planetarium Manager Marc Taylor recently spoke with FiosNews1 about two exciting celestial developments.

Move Over, Rover!

News12 Westchester stopped by the Hudson River Museum Planetarium in late November to speak with Planetarium Manager Marc Taylor about the impact of the latest expedition to Mars.