Oct. 30, 2021 Haunted Tales from Old Staten Island
Saturday, October 30 @ 6:30 pm$8.00
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.
Some of Staten Island’s most noted historians have documented stories of spirits from one end of the borough to the other. We will recount these tales around an outdoor campfire at the Kaasmann House. Sailors’ Snug Harbor ghosts, spirits at the Haunted Swamp in Grasmere, and a few apparitions who have manifested themselves at Prince’s Bay will be featured, as will others…
Geared for all ages. Cost: Adults: $8. Under age 12: $5. Exact change is requested
Rain date: Saturday, November 6. Mr. Olmsted’s favorite hot chocolate and cookies will be served!
Pre-registration is required: Pre-register by texting or calling 917-608-6437 or by emailing SalmonF@aol.com.
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.