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Sacred Sites Open House Weekend 

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Since 1986, the New York Land Conservancy’s Sacred Sites program has supported over 600 religious sites across the state with funds for preservation and maintenance. The Mid-Hudson Valley boasts 15 such sites, including Zen Mountain Monastery in Mount Tremper (pictured above), First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Poughkeepsie, Christ Episcopal Church in Hudson, Saugerties Reformed Church, and Holy Cross Monastery in West Park. On May 21 and 22, these sanctuaries will be opening their doors to the public for tours and programs. www.nylandmarks.org.
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