Reher Center Open House

Saturday, July 7th, 1PM - 8PM

Come tour our historic bakery, learn about our plans for the Reher Center’s future, and celebrate the opening of our new gallery and exhibit, “The Story Continues.”

Additional parking available on side streets and behind the police station between Garraghan Drive and Broadway.

Summer 2018 Reher Center Programming is made possible by a generous donation from the Norman I. Krug family of Sonoma Valley inn/Dry Creek Inn.


Tour Historic Reher's Bakery

1PM and 3PM

Join us for a preview of the past, present and future of the historic Reher's Bakery with our new Director, Sarah Litvin.

Learn More and reserve Your Free Tickets!

Enjoy Music in our Courtyard, Enter on Spring Street


2 PM- 4 PM: Creepy Uncles "Classic rock favorites you haven't heard fah ages"

4:30 PM-6 PM The Continentals "Cafe music with accordion, mandolin, fiddle, and guitar"

6:00-8 PM Tablo Musiko “Songs from another place and time — to warm your heart."

Celebrate the Opening of our New Gallery and Inaugural Exhibit
5PM - 8PM

Our gallery is the only space in Kingston devoted to the history of the Rondout neighborhood and the immigrant stories of the Hudson Valley, past and present.

On View Now

The Story Continues: Portraits of Today's Immigrant Businesses
Portraits and stories of a diverse group of contemporary immigrant business owners and artists who live and work in the Rondout.

Rondout Revisited
This exhibit documents the arc of an American river port and its diverse community over 150 years by focusing on changes to Broadway, Rondout's central commercial strip.

Visit our Gallery Page to learn more.