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As Programming Expands, Event Manager Joins Boscobel Staff

February 22nd, 2022

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Garrison, NY -February 2022) – Boscobel proudly announces the hiring of Ryan Hontz as the museum’s Event Manager. Ryan comes to Boscobel with ten years of experience creating personalized events in New York City’s premier venues, including Rockefeller Center, The New York Public Library, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and The Brooklyn Museum.

“As Boscobel grows and diversifies public programming and private rentals, we are thrilled that Ryan’s creativity, warmth, and attention will help make every experience at Boscobel an experience of Boscobel,” says Boscobel Executive Director Jennifer Carlquist. “His design talents, organizational acumen, and collaborative spirit will enrich public and private events, and generate funding necessary for Boscobel to thrive as a nonprofit museum, cultural center, and nurtured landscape.” “It’s about creating memories, celebrating life’s milestones, and bringing people together,” says Hontz. “I’m thrilled to join the Boscobel team and look forward to producing magical and memorable events at this absolutely stunning—and fascinating—museum.” Ryan Hontz and his husband live with their dog in the Hudson Valley, where they enjoy trying new restaurants, exploring hiking trails, and soaking in the stunning river views.

Located in the heart of the Hudson Valley, 60 miles north of New York City, Boscobel is one of America’s most beautiful places, with iconic Hudson River views, 68 acres of stunning grounds, a woodland trail, and pollinator-friendly gardens. Open Fridays – Mondays from April through December and on Saturdays throughout the winter, Boscobel offers gardens and grounds admission, tours of the grounds and house, and lively programs that explore history, design, and nature. Children are always welcome.

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