Thanks to the efforts of its concert committee and many volunteers, the Warwick Historical Society’s Pete Seeger Tribute Concert held on Sun., Apr. 28 was a sold-out success.
The concert was held in the Old School Baptist Meeting House, filling the historic building with songs that roused the crowd. The Society invites the community to look for future concerts and programs as we continue the mission, to protect, preserve and promote the rich heritage of the Town of Warwick and its villages.
The Society wishes to thank the Village of Warwick and Mayor Michael Newhard and the Village Board for support of the fundraiser; Blarney Station for providing a warm and delicious meal to the performers; Bill Iurato of Peck’s Wine and Spirits for arranging the talented audio company’s participation; Warwick Press for their creative poster design; and Taylor Sterling and Frank Truatt of WTBQ, and all the on-air personalities for promoting the show. The volunteer efforts were led by Amy Noteboom and Jeremy Havens and a group of dedicated Society members.
We are looking for new members. There are so many ways in which you can become involved with the Society: programs, activities, and exciting opportunities which add to the tapestry of our wonderful town, and we are always open to new ideas. We are looking for new members, and we invite you to join us! Please visit whsny.org for more information.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, WARWICK HISTORICAL SOCIETY