Honor one of Ossining’s most influential businessmen and educators who contributed substantially to the commercial fishing industry on the Hudson River during the 20th century. Henry Gourdine was respected on the Hudson River as a fisherman, boat builder, net maker, employer, and friend to people of all ages. Take a brief tour through a partial reconstruction of Henry’s shanty, watch video of Henry as he talks about his life, listen to a short original folktale relating to Henry, fishing and the Hudson River, view artwork by members of the Ossining Arts Council.
LAST WEEKEND: October 21, 22, at 8 PM, and 23, at 3 PM, 2016
OAC Steamer Firehouse Gallery, 117 Main Street 2nd floor, Ossining