Staten Island Stories at the Historic Kaasmann House

Join Staten Island public historian and FOBH member Patricia M. Salmon outdoors at the historic Kaasmann House, 4475 Hylan Boulevard, Eltingville, Staten Island on four evenings in July for fascinating talks on Staten Island history. Guaranteed you’ll learn something new and intriguing! Tina Kaasmann will be on hand to share the history of her family’s historic home, which is adjacent to Olmsted-Beil House Park and on land formerly owned by Frederick Law Olmsted.
 
The four sessions will be on four consecutive Thursdays in July starting on July 8 and ending on July 29.
 
Talks will last 50-60 minutes and will be followed by a Q&A. 
 
Attendance is limited to 18 because of Covid regulations.
 
Please park on Woods of Arden Avenue.
 
Cost: $10. Exact change will be collected at the time of the program. Cash only.
 
Advance registration is required and can be made by emailing SalmonF@aol.com or by calling or texting 917-608-6437.
Gazebo at 4485 Hylan Blvd in the Sun
Gazebo at the Kaasmann house. Photo: Patricia Salmon
Kaasmann House
Kaasmann house at 4485 Hylan Blvd. Staten Island.
Photo: Pat Salmon

Staten Island Stories Sessions