Sept. 28, 2021 Institutionalized on the South Shore
Tuesday, September 28 @ 6:30 pm
Speaker: Patricia M. Salmon, a Curator of History retired from the Staten Island Museum. and Historian of the Friends of Olmsted-Beil House. Ms. Salmon is an Adjunct Professor at the College of Staten Island and a guest lecturer at Wagner College.
The history of such unique sites as the proposed New York State Quarantine at Prince’s Bay, Mount Loretto, Saint Michael’s Home, Seaside Hospital, and the Sea Breeze home that operated on the Eltingville shoreline will all be featured.
Pre-registration is required: Pre-register by texting or calling 917-608-6437 or by emailing SalmonF@aol.com.
Cost: $8. Exact change is requested.
Program will be held outdoors by a campfire. In the event of rain, we will move indoors.
Park on Woods of Arden Avenue. Walk to Hylan Blvd and turn left. At the red Olmsted sign, turn left onto the walkway, walk around the right side of the house, and proceed to the backyard of 4485 Hylan Blvd.
Program attendance is limited owing to COVID. If programs are moved indoors, we ask that only vaccinated people attend and that everyone wears a mask. Also, please attend only if you are comfortable.