Sinterklaas (also called Sint-Nicolaas in Dutch and Saint Nicolas in French) is a traditional holiday figure in the Netherlands and Belgium, celebrated every year on Saint Nicholas’ eve (December 5) or, in Belgium, on the morning of December 6.
Articles of Interest
Albany, New York’s Oldest Building Johannes(3) Descendants Get Great News By Donna Liquor, Special to the Times Union First Published: August 20, 2006 Thanks to Ruth Potter, OFA Historian and Peter J. Ostrander, OFA First Vice President for making this story available. Brian Parker of Slingerlands long suspected the rundown Albany building with its leaky …
Albany, New York's Oldest Building at 48 Hudson Avenue
In our October 2006, OFA Newsletter we published an article- Oldest standing house in the city (Albany, NY – a very Dutch city). It was written by Donna Liquor, as a Special to the Times Union. The article is four pages long, but was summarized and posted on our old website. Here is a link to the previously published summary.
The building’s owner, the Historic Albany Foundation, maintains a beautiful webpage dedicated to telling it’s story of preservation. They produced a phenomenal video accessible on their page and can be viewed on their website (this link will bring you there).
Member Contribution Resources Discovering a Yosemite Hushed by Winter’s Snow, New York Times – February 19, 2006 by Mark Sundeen. An interesting article on how Huts are used with references to the ‘Ostrander Hut’ which is operated by the nonprofit Yosemite Association. Also references a 1995 publication entitled “The Perfect Art: The Ostrander Hut and …