"The House" is Shutting Down

We are saddened to announce the closing -- effective August 1, 2017 -- of The Old Stone House of Hasbrouck.
Since this historic property entered its most recent life back in 1977, as a non-profit arts and cultural center, it has been home to well over 100 exhibitions, many dozens of educational events, and countless parties and pageants. Children (of all ages!) learned to grow flowers and vegetables in our garden enclosures, and stretched their muscles in our fully-equipped playground. For many years, The House would be converted each and every election day into the district’s official voting site.
Financing this exciting enterprise was never easy, with basic maintenance costs inexorably rising every year. Even with the extraordinary help of numerous volunteers, plus generous contributions from our members and friends throughout the area, our budget would regularly teeter on the brink of collapse. This year, unfortunately, grew even more perilous than usual, presenting no option except to dissolve The Old Stone House organization. We’re currently working on the best means to dispose of the property -- the beautiful old house and an enormous pavilion, plus 20 acres of gorgeous riverside land -- keeping in mind that our 501(c)3 charter demands that all assets remain with non-profit groups.
We’ll certainly keep you updated on the outcome of this painful process. For now, we sincerely thank our many supporters for their tireless devotion to The House.

New Season for New Art

The Old Stone House is gearing up for an amazing 2007 season. There'll be art exhibits, special events, and yard sales like you've never before experienced.

And there are still a few openings this summer for new artists to show their work, with both gallery rooms available for hanging photos or paintings, or presenting sculpture both large and small. To schedule your exhibit, contact Alana Sherman at (845) 436-0070.