George Washington did far more than pass through Philipstown, notes storyteller and historian Jonathan Kruk. He came a-courting, discovered “treason of the darkest dye,” plotted battles and lost a spoon. Dressed as a contemporary of the first president, Kruk will share intimate and lively tales of Washington’s time in Philipstown at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 13 at the Putnam History Museum in Cold Spring.
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