Candlelight dinner .... postponed till later - visit this site
Admission is $30 for members and $35 for non-members. If you are
uncertain as to whether you have paid your 2003 membership, please
go to our 2003 Members'
list or look forward to your name appearing on our membership
appeal letter going out in the next few weeks.
The Dinner will be "The Best of Spring" - a menu will be
selected from the Pratt Museum Cookbook using Spring Menus from the
years 1979 through 2002.
You may reserve by e-mail or by calling 518-299-3395 and leaving a
message with name and number of reservations needed. We will notify
you as time goes on whether advance payment is
necessary....depending on the number of advance reservations we
Pratt Museum Dinner Cookbooks will be on sale - releases for the
year 2002 will be available - these are the FINAL releases for the
Cookbook. Those who acquired the cookbooks in 1999 or later may
update their books with releases from 2000 ($7.50), 2001 ($5.00),
and 2002 ($7.50).
Complete cookbooks with recipes for all Pratt Museum Dinners held
from 1979 through 2002 may be purchased for $35.00 completely
updated through the Fall of 2002.
Spring is coming!!!! The Pratt Museum
- We held a splendid and an exclusive
HISTORIC PROGRESSIVE DINNER on July 27, 2002.
- it started at 6 p.m. at the Pratt Museum
Guests enjoyed appetizers at the Museum, salads at the historic Old Manse, main
course at the historic, stone Hardenburgh House and desserts over the
The progressive dinner is now in its fifth year. This years dinner
took people to houses with plenty of history, while they enjoyed a fabulous
meal at all of them. It was limited to 40 people with
reservations and oversold, with a waitlist!
Candlelight Dinner - October 19, 2002. It was fully booked,
but a few people on the waitlist also made it.
This Fall's dinner was 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
Prattmuseum@hotmail.com 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 for next Spring's dinner ! ! ! These events are extremely popular and
superb value, with excellent food, wine, deserts. Our last
dinner was fully-reserved three weeks in advance ....
- BUY A SLICE OF HISTORY
The Pratt Museum published a Cookbook containing all recipes from Spring and Fall dinners
between 1979 and 2001.
Would you like to buy a copy ?
Pratt Museum Dinner Cookbooks
will be on sale at the Museum dinner - releases for the year 2002 will
be available - these are the FINAL releases for the Cookbook. Those
who acquired the cookbooks in 1999 or later may update their books
with releases from 2000 ($7.50), 2001 ($5.00), and 2002 ($7.50).
Complete cookbooks with recipes for all Pratt Museum Dinners held from
1979 through 2002 may be purchased for $35.00 completely updated
through the Fall of 2002.
You can order your
copy by writing to
The updated edition contains updates through the 2002