The Conservancy Hall building is a former branch of the Dutch Reformed Church, built in 1830. The structure, which seats over 100 and is ADA accessible, is located at 1538 State Route 161 in the hamlet of Glen, Montgomery County. It is a major element of the Glen National Register Historic District, which was created in 2001. The Hall was acquired by the Glen Conservancy in 2013 and is continuing to undergo restoration.
We're delighted to announce that we'll be forging ahead with the summer season of concerts detailed above. They will be livestreamed, as was the case last summer, and there will be a limited number of in-person seats available for a masked and socially distanced audience. Last summer we faced a number of challenges presenting the season of performances we'd scheduled. We were able to turn five of the events into livestreams, which are archived on YouTube -- so you can still see them by checking out our Past Events page. Keep an eye on this page for updates and, as always, you're invited to donate to us to keep the building sound and the programming happening.
The Glen Conservancy promotes an awareness of the rich history of the Montgomery County hamlet of Glen, NY, and maintains a historic building in the village center in which we present concerts and other events during the warm months.