- Arrive Wednesday afternoon
(Nov. 21st), stay Wednesday and Thursday nights (linger with us
as long as you like on Friday). The itinerary includes:
- Welcome Wine & Buffet
Supper Wednesday evening, Nov. 21st
- Light Repast Thursday
- Thanksgiving Day feast
that afternoon - all home made and all you can eat, of course!
- Plenty of home made desert
and ice cream, hot apple cider, good cheer and a roaring fire
- Dynamic presentation
on the true and little-known story of Squanto, the Wampagnoags,
and the first Thanksgiving.
- Famous Adirondack
Gourmet Brunch Friday morning 9:00 - 12:00.
- The cost for everything
. . . only $250 per person, double occupancy! Children over 6
half price. Children under 6 - no charge! Yup, you read it right:
That's two nights at beautiful Prospect Point in a gorgeous cottage
with a fireplace, 4 spectacular meals, a Thanksgiving presentation,
and best of all, good friends and fellowship -- all for only $250
- To stay longer through
the weekend, only $55. per person per night! (And THAT includes
our famous all-you-can-eat gourmet Adirondack Brunch each morning!)
Yeah, we're crazy, but hey, it's Thanksgiving! We're glad you're
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER:
speaker for the NY State Council for the Humanities and recognized
authority on Eastern Woodland Tribes, David Oestreicher has spent a lifetime living
and working with the few remaining traditional elders of the Lenape
(Delaware) Indians, learning their language and recording their fascinating
stories and culture. In 2009, as part of the Hudson Quadricentennial, Dr. O curated an exhibition at
the Ellis Island Immigration Museum entitled "Lenape: Ellis Island's First Inhabitants." The exhibit, called "rich and groundbreaking" by Native Peoples Magazine, and "a signature event of the Quadricentennial" by DEC Commissioner Peter Grannis, met with wide acclaim from the media and the public, and received citations from Governor and Mrs. Paterson.