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Bush-Holley Historic Site Featured on WNET Channel THIRTEEN

WNET producer Julie Leonard and her film crew recently spent the day at Bush-Holley Historic Site filming segments for NYC-Arts. NYC-ARTS is the portal through which arts enthusiasts can access the Tri-State Area's cultural best via television presentations, online and mobile components, and social media engagement.

Bush-Holley House will be featured  on NYC-Arts’ Curator’s Choice on Thursday, 7/31, 8 pm on THIRTEEN (Channel 13). Multiple segments about Bush-Holley House, its Cos Cob art colony history and the current Great Estates exhibition are scheduled to rerun on THIRTEEN (Channel 13) on Sunday, July 27 at noon. They will also run on WLIW (Channel 21) on Friday, 7/25 at 7 pm and Sunday 7/27 at 3 pm, with more to come later. View the news clip about Bush-Holley Historic Site. But why not see the entire show?

We are very grateful to WNET for helping to share our beloved site with a broader audience.

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