Amity Gallery on WTBQ Radio


The gallery was featured on Warwick, NY’s local radio station WTBQ’s The Chamber Show hosted by Michael Johndrow.  Listen in HERE.

The show discusses local community events, activities, and businesses.  Listeners can tune in to The Chamber Show, Mondays at 12:30 on WTBQ 93.5 FM/1110 AM or online.



The Hamlet of Amity: Its History, Mystery and Legends


Dr. Richard Hull, Official Town Historian for Warwick, NY, will share his knowledge of the history of the hamlet of Amity at the Amity Gallery.  His talk will cover the era of Native peoples to the present time. It coincides with an exhibition by his sister, Nancy Hull Kearing, on display at the gallery for the month of May.  The gallery is open weekends Noon to 4 PM and the artist’s reception will be on May 9th from 5 to 7 PM.



Dr. Richard Hull:

Professor emeritus of History New York University Official Town Historian
Host of current talk show ‘History Alive’  every Monday on WTBQ
Author of numerous books and articles about Warwick, NY including ‘People of the Valleys Revisited: Warwick 1700-2005
Warwick Citizen of the Year Award by Rotary Club 2013
Orange County  Revered Citizen of the Year, 2005
United Nations Distinguished Citizen  1964
Four-time winner of Teaching Excellence Award by NYU
A charter member of the the Board of the Orange County Land Trust