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The Fund for Park Avenue's annual planting of tulip bulbs was done last fall with the quadricentennial anniversary of Hudson's voyage in mind.
The conversion of the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge into a unique state park is scheduled to be completed in the Autumn of 2009, and is one of three legacy projects of next year's Hudson-Fulton-Champlain Quadricentennial Celebration.
So it seems fitting that the first major American building by acclaimed visionary Dutch architect Ben van Berkel -- and the first residential high-rise for an important Dutch designer -- will be opening in 2009, the quadricentennial of the original Dutch settlement of Manhattan.
In response to the public apathy and antagonism toward the founding of what became the United States, Vision Forum, along with 11 other groups, held the previously mentioned "Jamestown Quadricentennial.
Kramer (1978); and Ben Jonson: A Quadricentennial Bibliography, with D.
in Marcel van den Broeck, Peter van der Krogt and Peter Meurer (eds) Abraham Ortelius and the First Atlas: Essays Commemorating the Quadricentennial of His Death 1598-1998.
As president of the Mennonite Historical Society in 1925, Bender helped to organize a celebration of the quadricentennial anniversary of the first adult baptism in Zurich, which occurred in January 1525.
In Camoniana California: Commemorating the Quadricentennial of the Death of Luis Vaz de Camoes ed.
It would have been better if Virginia's coin could have been issued in 2007, the actual quadricentennial.
Araiz made the original version of this piece in 1975 to celebrate the quadricentennial anniversary of Buenos Aires, and he restaged the work expecially for Ballet Argentino.
During the summer of 1994, Munich organized a series of lectures and concerts honoring Lasso in observance of the quadricentennial of his death; concurrent with that event the Bavarian State Library, the richest repository of original sources for Lasso's music, sponsored an exhibition focused on his life and status, in his own time and in ours.
The government of Colombia gave the collection to Spain at the end of the nineteenth century, when Spain was exhibiting its American treasures as part of the quadricentennial of the voyages of Columbus.
Creel's choices appear in the Things to Do section of the sites, along with other suggested compilations of offerings, including Free Attractions in New York and a feature about the Hudson-Fulton-Champlain Quadricentennial.
Shakespeare's 450th birth anniversary falls today; two years hence, it will be his 400th death anniversary, followed just seven years later by the quadricentennial of the First Folio - the first time that the bulk of his literary output, including previously unpublished plays, was collated.
The Hudson Valley Quadricentennial in 2009 spurred all kinds of special celebrations in cities along the Hudson River, from flotilla parades and festivals to art fairs, music performances, and exhibitions.