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Free Public Advanced Screening of PBS Show Featuring Saratoga County Presented at UPH on April 22

Darley Newman, host of the PBS series “Travels with Darley,” enjoys a momentary pause at the Old Bryan Inn in Saratoga Springs during a five-day visit last September to film segments for the series about the American Revolution. Photo by Thomas Dimopoulos. Darley Newman, host of the PBS series “Travels with Darley,” enjoys a momentary pause at the Old Bryan Inn in Saratoga Springs during a five-day visit last September to film segments for the series about the American Revolution. Photo by Thomas Dimopoulos.

SARATOGA SPRINGS —A free advanced screening of PBS’ upcoming Revolutionary Road Trip episode featuring Saratoga County will take place 5:30 p.m. on Monday, April 22, at Universal Preservation Hall in Saratoga Springs. 

Produced by Travels with Darley in coordination with Saratoga: America’s Turning Point, Saratoga County Historian and Chair of the Saratoga County 250th Commission Lauren Roberts takes Emmy nominated host, producer, and writer, Darley Newman to fascinating local revolutionary sites and to some of the amazing amenities Saratoga County offers destination travelers during this Saratoga centric episode. 

In addition to the Saratoga Battlefield and historic sites, the episode highlights local businesses including Adirondack Trust Co., Caffe Lena, Hatsational, Hattie’s, Impressions, Morrisey’s, Olde Bryan Inn, Revolutionary Rail, Saratoga Apple, Saratoga Arms, Saratoga Tea & Honey, Stewart’s, and Walt & Whitman. 

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Heading into the nation’s 250th anniversary, Saratoga County’s Revolutionary Road Trip episode will air in 97% of PBS national markets, including WMHT in the Capital Region, this spring. It will continue to air and stream across multiple services in future years, promoting Saratoga County as a premier heritage tourism destination. 

To attend the screening at UPH, register at www.saratoga250.com. 

Start Time is 5:30 p.m., and the 25-minute episode screening will begin at 6:30 p.m. following brief introductory remarks. 

For more information about Saratoga: America’s Turning Point, visit www.saratoga250.com.

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