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Rob will oversee the development and membership team, leading all aspects of fundraising, including support from foundations, individuals, corporations, and government agencies, and leading the Fund for HRM major gifts campaign.
Megan will work closely with the Education team and across departments to create vibrant educational partnerships and interdisciplinary programs for schools and institutional partners in our local communities.
For the fifth consecutive year, the Hudson River Museum is proud to announce that we have won three Best of Westchester 2022 awards: Best Historic Site, Best Art Gallery, and Best Tourist Attraction.
On Friday, June 17, the Hudson River Museum will host Expanding the View: A Gala to Benefit the Hudson River Museum. This is our most important fundraiser of the year, providing essential resources to the HRM and our community, and celebrating three outstanding honorees who have strengthened the community and the HRM through their vision,
Hudson River Museum is pleased to announce that Pedro Betanzos is the HRM’s new Manager of Youth and Family Programs, after serving as Interim Manager since December 2021. As a former Junior Docent himself, and bilingual in English and Spanish, Pedro brings an important community perspective to his work and a clear understanding of the
News 12 recently visited the HRM to document the exciting programs and exhibitions happening during School’s Out, Stars Are In (SOSI) over spring break.
Glenview, the Museum’s Gilded Age historic home, got a close up in HBO’s much-anticipated show, The Gilded Age, which premiered January 24.
HRM to Commemorate 20th Anniversary of 9/11 with Illumination of Glenview Historic Home as Part of Tribute in Light
In commemoration of the 20th anniversary of 9/11, the Hudson River Museum will illuminate the tower of Glenview historic home—the Museum’s 1877 Gilded Age home on the National Register of Historic Places—as an extension of Tribute in Light.