Storm Damage: Ten Broeck Mansion Site Re-opened

UPDATE: The Ten Broeck Mansion & Grounds are re-opened as of June 29.
We extend our thanks to the following who have made generous donations to our storm recovery efforts: Kathryn Bamberger, Ellen Collins, Delmar Progress Club, Cynthia Fox, Marie Erkes, Deirdre Gutleber, Priscilla & Eric Johnson, Robert Kanarkiewicz, Mary Kelly, Margaret King, Donna Linderman, Kelly Marsh, Laurie McDonough, Stephen Muller, Lydia Nightingale, Adalgisa Nucci, Anne Olcott, Mary O’Neill, Jessie Reinhardt, Jennifer Richard-Morrow, Jennifer Stah, and Sharon Wesley.
Thank you to the following volunteers who volunteered to help with our garden recovery: Stephenie Ferentinos, Keith Lee, Lynn MacGowan, Marie Sarchiapone, Karen Urbanski, Linda Weiss, and Wendy Litchfield.
We are sad to note that we have experienced site-wide damage and tree loss.  Fortunately, the Ten Broeck Mansion is not damaged.  Cancelled programs include all Mansion tours, a garden workshop on terrariums, Saturday’s free family STEAM program featuring historic architecture and building techniques, and volunteer hours.
How to help:
  • Donations to help with the recovery efforts are appreciated.
  • Register here to volunteer for our Community Volunteer Day to help restore the gardens on Saturday June 29 at 9:30 am.
We will be seeking emergency funding to assist us with a tree survey and site-wide erosion control program, as this is the second major storm with extensive damage within three months at our site.  Our visitors share that our gardens are the leading reason they visit our historic site, and we look forward to a site-wide erosion and tree stabilization program to help ensure the Ten Broeck Mansion will be enjoyed for generations to come.
Thank you for your understanding as we work to ensure the safety of the site for our visitors, and we apologize for the inconvenience.