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2021 Knick at Night and Souper Supper
Please join us at Knickerbocker Mansion for our cherished annual KNICK-AT-NIGHT Souper Supper.
Enjoy a candlelit guided tour of the Mansion and fall back in time to the autumn of 1711, as Anna Quackenbush Knickerbocker and the Ghostly Characters of Schaghticoke return to unfold the events of the Kettelhuyn Massacre by vignette.
Reservations must be made this year for our Ghostly Mansion Tours by calling 518 588-7130.
Enjoy steaming hot New England Clam Chowder; Pototo-Bacon-Leek Soup; Chili; Tortellini Soup; Chicken Noodle or Vegan-Veg Soup with Bread & Butter, Cornbread, and a Molasses Cookie or Brownie for dessert along with hot coffee, hot chocolate, hot tea or lemonade. The soups will be served in lidded-containers suitable for dining in or take-out. A SOUPER supper to fortify you before or restore you after the Ghostly Mansion Tour!
- Souper Supper $10.00
- Ghost Tours of the Mansion $10.00
The Knickerbocker Mansion is the most significant historic building in upper Rensselaer County, located in the Hoosic River Valley near Tomhannock Creek. Built by Johannes and Elizabeth Knickerbocker in the 1780s, the Mansion’s architecture is of a rare Middle Age style. Come to the spot where the Knickerbocker’s lived since the early 1700s and where the Witanagemot Oak Peace Tree was planted in 1676 signaling peace between the Indians, the European settlers and New York Province’s Governor Andros.
The Knickerbocker Historical Society is a 501 C3 charitable organization and ALL fundraising money goes directly into the preservation & restoration of the Knickerbocker Mansion.
Thank you for considering Knick-At-Night for your October Souper-Supper!
More Info: https://www.knickmansion.com