Thursday through Sunday
10am – 5pm
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Health & Safety
Following CDC guidelines and local public health mandates, masks are recommended but not required.
Creative Play with (g)row
Wednesdays in September, at 10 am
Children, ages 1 to 4, will enjoy a story and time to explore creativity with The Hyde’s Curator of Education, Katelyn Foley at “(g)row for kids.”
Embroidery with Jan Conners
October 15 & 22 at 1 pm
Inspired by the designs gracing jackets and coifs of the 17th Century, participants will learn two different methods for padding fruit and flower motifs as well as embroidery techniques featured on Elizabethan embroideries.
Quilting for Beginners with Sue Bishop
October 28 at 1 pm
Participants will learn the basics of quilting through the creation of their own pillow top, using traditional materials and patterns.
Quilt Documentation Project
December 3 from 10 am to 12:30 pm
Get your quilts ready! Everyone is invited to bring your quilts from any time period, machine-quilted, hand-quilted, or tied, to a quilt documentation day. The data gathered in Glens Falls will join records of more than 600 quilts and comforters already gathered, and eventually will be entered in the Quilt Index.
Message from the CEO
Hyde CEO Norman Dascher shares news about the Museum each quarter.
Free tours of Hyde House and special exhibitions are available on the second Thursday of each month and alternating Saturdays and Sundays from 1-3 pm.
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