As you travel through the wooded areas of the Hudson Valley it is easy to notice that we have a lot of rocks and stones. Some of the rock formations in the Hudson Valley make the most amazing scenery. Whether it is a water fall tucked in the woods or a rock cliff that has you gazing off into a distant horizon, Hudson Valley rocks can be breathe taking to say the least.

But what about all those stone walls we traverse in local woods. Or maybe you have come across rocks in a weird formation. What are they all about and what is the story behind their existence? Well this Sunday you can discover more about Hudson Valley rocks with Researcher and Author Linda Zimmermann. She will guide you through some of New York and New Jerseys most notable stone sites.

Time and The Valleys Museum is hosting a Mysterious Stone Sites in the Hudson Valley virtual event this Sunday at 2 PM and it is free of charge. Linda Zimmermann will explore various stone sites, walls and chambers to give you her incite on how they were formed and why. Most people assume these site are the work of earlier farmers but Linda has some other ideas to consider when it come to the Hudson Valley's stone structures and their origins.

If you are interested you can sign up by emailing info@timeandthevalleysmuseum.org. You can also call 845-985-7700. This event will be held via Zoom. Enjoy a tour of these mysterious sites without having to leave home.

 

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