NEW CASTLE, N.Y. – An exhibit unveiled in New Castle will play homage to the biggest names that have called this town home.
"Notable Neighbors in New Castle" will be presented at the Horace Greeley House at 100 King St. in Chappaqua through Friday, Jan. 17, from noon-4 p.m.
Honorees include “Lone Survivor” director and Chappaqua native Peter Berg, Broadway actress and New Castle resident Kelli O'Hara and folk singers Woody and Arlo Guthrie.
The exhibit highlights individuals beyond the arts and entertainment world to include figures in politics, business and the health industry. These include prominent AIDS researcher David Da-I Ho and Carrie Chapman Catt, a famous suffragist.
Because the confines of the Greeley House can’t be used to celebrate all of New Castle’s most revered, organizers created the "Notable Neighbors Notebook." They encourage the public to notify them of any names missing.
Entry to the exhibit is free. Donations are accepted.
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