A Day in the Life of Colonial White Plains

Hear ye, hear ye! The City of White Plains in cooperation with the The White Plains Historical Society is hosting “A Day in the Life of Colonial White Plains”. Take a trip back to the Colonial White Plains of 1776 at the start of the Revolution and the birth of New York State. The event is Saturday in Tibbits Park (South Broadway). Colonial Town will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be costumed Revolutionary War soldiers and townsfolk doing cooking and craft demonstrations. The event is free and will include a dramatic reading a noon of the Declaration of Independence by Jonathan Kruk, a master storyteller, who will read the Declaration as it was read by Judge John Thomas in July 1776. The event is part of an ongoing series of activities celebrating the 100th anniversary of White Plains’ incorporation as a city.flyer

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