Saint Paul's Church Program Schedule

Program Schedule:

April - June 2023

(These are live programs at the site, and we welcome and encourage in-person attendance, but some of them will also be offered as livestreams through shared platforms. Please register for the livestream through the website, under Calendar. No reservations required for in-person attendance at the site)

Schchedule of Presentations:

Sat., April 8, 1 PM. Professor Nicole Eustace of New York University explores themes from her book, “Covered with Night: A Story of Murder and Indigenous Justice in Early America,” which was awarded the 2022 Pulitzer Prize in History.

Wed., April 12, 3 PM. Spring concert by the acclaimed Bronx Opera Company, performing arias and duets from the classics, with music on the 1830 Erben pipe organ.

Sat., May 13, 1 PM. “The Trial of Major Andre” a dramatization of the trial in 1780 of the British officer who conspired with Benedict Arnold in the notorious treason conspiracy, performed by Sean Grady and Gary Petagine. (There will be a special Historic Benefit Event, beginning at 5:30 PM, recognizing Westchester County and the American Revolution, and honoring Ms. Constance Kehoe, President of Revolutionary Westchester 250. Please call the site at 914-667-4116 for details about that event.)

Monday, May 29, Memorial Day Commemoration, beginning at 11 AM, with a ceremony in the church, followed by tours recalling the lives and service of many veterans buried in the historic cemetery. Special talk at 2 PM by Ranger Michael Callahan exploring the history of repatriating and memorializing American soldiers who died in service in foreign wars, including some who are buried at St. Paul’s.

Sat., June 10, Colonial day, open from noon to 4 PM. At 1 PM, acclaimed harpist Alyssa Reit and storyteller Una Clancy perform the Lenape Indians creation story through music and words. Richard Forliano, long time Eastchester Town Historian & retired teacher, explores the diversity of experiences of people in colonial Westchester County. In addition, Maria Byrne, a part-time interpreter at St. Paul’s, explores religion in colonial America.

Monday, June 19, 10 AM – 4 PM. A re-enactment and living history program commemorating the “Juneteenth” celebration of the end of slavery in Texas in 1865. It will feature a reading of the actual declaration, issued in Galveston, Texas on June 19, 1865, and a wide variety of re-enactments, performances and demonstrations bringing to life the era of the Civil War.

Schedule is Subject to Change.

Last updated: March 17, 2023

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897 South Columbus Avenue
Mount Vernon, NY 10550


914 667-4116

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