Prattsville 2002 Calendar of Events

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Please review what we did in recent years.  It will give you a good idea of what the Museum does each year and you will want to join us for our upcoming events.  1998 ...  1999 ... 2000 ... 2001 ... 2003 ... and plan a trip here.
May 4, 2002
7 p.m. at the Museum
Pratt Museum Spring Candlelight Dinner
Our Annual Spring dinner is usually attended by many museum members, neighbors from Prattsville and area and many guests from out of town.  Review the menu in detail!  Enjoy the superb cooking, service and fine wines provided by the Pratt Museum.  Seating is limited.  Please contact the Pratt Museum at 518-299-3395 for information and reservation.
May 25, 2002
Wed-Sun 1-4 p.m.

Memorial Day - Columbus Day 
Pratt Museum opens for the season
open Wednesday-Sunday, from Memorial Day to Columbus Day

TBD  Zadock Pratt Patron of the Arts - Exhibition
A look at the art collection of town founder Zadock Pratt
June 15, 2002
2 p.m.
Medicinal Herbs - A lecture
Lecture on medicinal herbs by Cornell Cooperative Extension's Bob Dreyfuss
July 12, 2002
7-11 p.m.
Rodeo Kick Off Dance
Live music, food and the start of Rodeo Weekend (Center of town), admission $5 per couple
July 13-14, 2002
Sat: 1 p.m. & 6 p.m.
Sun: 2 p.m.

Prattsville Rodeo

Prattsville Rodeo - 3rd year - Top National Cowboys, Trick Show, Rodeo Clowns, Parade, sponsored by the Prattsville Chamber of Commerce Rodeo will be held at Conine Field in Prattsville.

A unique opportunity to see a professional Rodeo in the Catskills ... summer fun in the Catskills.  Real live western show, tricks, a parade, the band HAIR TRIGGER and lots more ... write to Prattsville Chamber of Commerce, P.O.Box G, Prattsville, NY 12468.  For Advance tickets, call Jim at 518-299-3426:  $10 adult, $5 child. Sponsored by Jim's Great American and A.J.Young's AGWAY.

July 20, 2002
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

... just one of the many events at the Pratt Museum this season.  Please join us for our other programs and museum dinners

�How They Do That?� or �Before Grandma and Grandpa�s Time�

OLE Tyme: Demonstrations of Black Smithing, Weaving, Spinning, Candle Dipping, Stain Glass ECT. 

See photos of the spinster and the blacksmith demonstrating their work at the Museum.
Spinning on the porch of Pratt Museum ... July 2002
July 27, 2002
6 p.m.
Historic Progressive Dinner
Eat a first class dinner at the Museum, at the historic Old Manse, the historic, stone Hardenburgh House and finish it off at the old furniture factory, overlooking the waterfalls.
August 7, 2002
2 p.m.

"L.L.Hill�:  a look at the life and art of artist L.L.Hill;
by Lexington Town Historian Karen Deeter. 2pm

August 25, 2002
2 p.m.
The Geology of the Gilboa Fossilized Forest � Lecture by Alex Bartholomew, geologist.
October 19, 2002
Pratt Museum Fall Candlelight Dinner    October 19, 2002.  Please make a reservation. 


  • This Fall's dinner is in honor of four prior Pratt Museum Board Members who passed away in 2002:  Grace Birnbaum, Earl Crandall, Joe Fiorillo and Andy Dresser
  • Reservations may be made by e-mailing us at or calling 518-299-3369
  • All are welcome: Prattsville & area residents, as well as guests to the Catskills.   This is always a beautiful event, seated in the Pratt Museum while the Fall colors abound.    B O O K    E A R L Y  ! ! !   These events are extremely popular and superb value, with excellent food, wine, deserts.   Our last dinner was fully-reserved three weeks in advance.
Dec 13, 14, 15, 2002

Friday 7-9 pm

12 noon - 9 pm

Sunday 1-5 pm
Pratt Museum Annual Christmas Open House



     Pratt Museum Annual Christmas Open House


Annual Holiday Open House  "Light up the Holidays"
The 23rd annual holiday open house at the Zadock Pratt Museum. FREE ADMISSION. 

Pratt Museum ornament was on last year's White House Christmas Tree!  Master craftsman Howard Bartholomew was chosen by Governor Pataki's office to be one of four New Yorkl State artists to create an ornament for the White House Christmas Tree.  Mr. Bartholomew chose the Pratt Homestead and will present a replica ornament to the Museum December 7th at 8 p.m.  This miniature representation of the Zadock Pratt Homestead will be on display throughout the weekend, and will become part of our permanent collection.

Please come and join us for a tour of each festively decorated rooms, which includes "Peace on Earth" storybook trees from the Gilboa Conesville Elementary School.  Refreshments will be served with Santa in the "Carriage House Canteen". 

Wishing you a Happy and Joyous Holiday from all of us at The Zadock Pratt Museum.  For more information call 518-299-3395. 

This program is funded in part with a grant from Greene County Council on the Arts, the A.Lindsay and Olive B.O'Connor Foundation and our members. 

Prattsville  2002
  • Come and stay in one of the fine hotels, motels, B&B's - Platinum business members of the Museum
  • Eat at one of the excellent restaurants here - Platinum business members of the Museum
  • Shop at the many shops in the area - Platinum business members of the Museum

Please review what we did in recent years.  It will give you a good idea of what the Museum does each year and you will want to join us for our upcoming events.  1998 ...  1999 ... 2000 ... 2001 ... 2003 ...and plan a trip here.

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