A Patterson History and Cemetery Tour will be held on Saturday, June 16th, 9 am 1pm. This Putnam County Bicentennial Tour presented by the Town of Patterson Historian and the Hudson Valley Trust starts at the Patriots Park, 2 Route 164 at the corner of Route 311 and Route 164, Patterson which is the location of the old Patterson Town Hall and Patterson’s first schoolhouse. Patriots Park is the site of the 1765 Settler’s Revolt which was prelude to the American Revolution. The tour proceeds to the Patterson Baptist Cemetery which has a special connection to the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC then on to the Old Baptist Cemetery being restored by the Patterson Historical Society and the three cemeteries at Maple Avenue which include the graves of Sybil and Colonel Henry Ludington. The tour ends with lunch at Thunder Ridge Lodge on Route 22, Patterson and location of the 1778 Revolutionary War Encampment and includes a Revolutionary War/1812 cannon demonstration. The historical tour is narrated by Dr. Larry Maxwell, Town of Patterson Historian. Cost: $ 10 per person, includes lunch. Participants must provide their own tour transportation between sites. For more information or to register for tour email email@example.com or call Dr. Larry Maxwell at 845-878-4160. Please register by June 11th.