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The New Hackensack Fire Brigade - Dutchess County, NY
Pavilion opens at the end of April and will close at the end of September or beginning of October, according to rental. You can rent it on a weekday or a weekendsite. If you have any queries, please call either Tony Marquez or Fred Smith at 845-297-3897 ("New Hackensack Fire Station Phone").
Gordon L. Kidd Reading Room/St. James' Chapel can be rented to external groups for one-time, short-term or long-term use. Rectory rental (which comprises the master classroom and/or upper floor classroom and kitchen) is $100 per use (excluding the use of the stove), while the reading room and/or chapel is $50 per use.
If you are an member of the congregation, you may use our room free of charge for your own use. Any application to use our premises must be made through the Rectory (845-229-2820) and must be authorized by the sacristy. Attendance at all activities must be included in the diary, a lease must be initialled and a code must be provided for the property.
It was erected in 1958 on a plot of ground acquired in 1938 by Frederick W. Vanderbilt's gift of will just to the south of St. James' Chapel, 4526 Albany Post Road, Hyde Park. There is a large auditorium with a 220-seat open-plan room and approx. 170 seats; there are 17 foldable 8-foot-counters.
There is a dishwasher, a fridge, a coffee machine and an electrical cooker (not the large stove). It is two adjacent premises at 10 East Market St, Hyde Park, opposite the Hyde Park Post Office. Rev. Gordon L. Kidd Reading Room, redesignated in 2011 for a dear former pastor in St. James', was established in 1834 as Bard Infant College, the legacy of Susan Mary Bard, and has the award to be the oldest living college in the city of Hyde Park.
At various periods it was used as a Sunday school, guilds' room, free lecture hall and circulation archive for the entire town. For many years he was assisted as a study room by Walter Langdon, Jr., and carried on by Louise (Mrs. Frederick W.) and Sara ( "Mrs. James") Roosevelt, who was the father of the next president Franklin Roosevelt, the librarian.
A Gothic-style gothic style band was added to the building in 1856 in the traditions of the famous Richard Upjohn. Initially it was used by'St. James' for snow clearance, as it had warmth while the cathedral did not. It was used for many years by St. James' for his Sunday worship at 8:00 am.
Neighbouring houses were included in the National Register of Historic Sites as Bard Infant School and St. James Chapel and are regarded as architectonically significant for the years 1825-1849 and 1850-1874 respectively. Renting one of the two rooms involves the use of the other room and also the use of the canteen. A reading room is perfect for company gatherings and workshop sessions, while the chapel is suitable for presentation and musical work.
In the reading room there is a pianoforte; the instrument in the chapel is currently not working. This reading room can accommodate about 30 persons (open room) and has five chart desks and four fold-out desks with 30 seats. This chapel offers room for about 100 persons on fixed folk-bench.
There is air-conditioning in the reading room, but no chapel. There is a dishwasher, a fridge, a coffee machine and a micro-wave in the canteen.