2nd Annual APTNE Golf Outing

Hastings-on-Hudson, New York
Thursday, September 7, 2023
11:30 AM Registration, 12:45 PM Shotgun Golf Start

Image Courtesy of Ken Follett

Join APTNE for our 2nd Annual Golf Outing at The Saint Andrew's Golf Club in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, the oldest continuously operating golf club in the United States. Our event is catered to our golfers, but also our preservationists interested in history.

For golfers, the day will begin at 11:30 AM, with registration, an outdoor BBQ lunch, and a shotgun start to the full round of golf (scramble format) at 12:30 PM complete with competitions and prizes.

For our non-golfing (and golfing) preservationists, a tour around Saint Andrew's Clubhouse (including artifacts and club history) begins at 6 pm. Everyone is then invited to join us for a cocktail reception to close out the day.


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Details & Logistics:

Tickets: all attendees receive member rate
  • Individual - Golf + Tour + Reception:  $450 
  • Foursome - Golf + Tour + Reception:  $1,700
  • Hole Sponsor:  $250
  • Individual - Tour + Reception Only:  $100
  • 10 Old Jackson Avenue, Hastings-on-Hudson NY 10706
  • Parking available on premises
Meeting Locations
  • Check-In at The Saint Andrew's Clubhouse
  • Yes
  • Reception Only
  • All golfers must wear shoes with non-metal spikes.
  • Collared shirts are required.
  • Shorts on any player must be at least Bermuda length.
  • Denim clothing is not permitted on any player while on the course.

Thank you to our sponsors, Western Specialty Contractors and The Grenadier Corporation!




APTNE Student Event

NYC LGBT Historic Sites Walking Tour
Making an Invisible History Visible

Greenwich, New York
Saturday, September 9th, 2023
2:00 - 4:00 PM

Image Courtesy of https://www.nyclgbtsites.org/

This FREE Student-only in-person walking tour, led by experts at the NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project, highlights historic places that help contextualize the landmark 1969 uprising at the Stonewall Inn. Starting at Christopher Park, across from Stonewall, learn about the long-standing oppressive practices which led to the game-changing uprising. Stops along the tour will also highlight locations that have been especially impactful on the lives of LGBT people, including the starting point of the first-ever NYC Pride March (in 1970), popular gay and lesbian bars such as the Duchess and the Snake Pit, and places connected to the Mattachine Society (NYC’s first gay rights group), the Gay Activists Alliance, Radicalesbians, and the Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries (STAR). The tour will end at Julius’, site of the historic 1966 “Sip-In.”

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Event Leader

Andrew S. Dolkart is a noted New York City architectural historian and a Professor of Historic Preservation in the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) at Columbia University. From 2008 to 2016, he served as Director of the Historic Preservation program. Andrew co-authored the Stonewall nomination, which resulted in the first-ever National Register of Historic Places (1999) and National Historic Landmark (2000) listings for an LGBT site. He served as a panelist for “Beyond Stonewall: Recognizing Significant Historic Sites of the LGBT Community” at the 2011 National Trust for Historic Preservation conference in Buffalo, New York and was also a participant in the 1994 map project, “A Guide to Lesbian & Gay New York Historical Landmarks,” created by the Organization of Lesbian and Gay Architects + Designers (OLGAD). In addition to writing scores of other National Register nominations, he authored the nominations for Julius’ bar in Greenwich Village and Earl Hall at Columbia University and amended the nomination for the Alice Austen House on Staten Island for their significance to LGBT history.

Details & Logistics:

  • FREE for Students and Emerging Professionals
  • Parking available on premises
  • Yes

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