Visiting the Reher Center is a unique opportunity to step back in time and immerse yourself in the rich history of the immigrant story, particularly within the context of Kingston's Rondout community. The center provides a captivating experience, allowing you to travel back to 1959 and explore an immigrant Jewish bakery that played a vital role in the local community.
A visit to the Reher Center is a journey through time and culture, offering a renewed perspective on the immigrant story and the integral role played by establishments like the immigrant Jewish bakery in the Rondout community of Kingston. It's an educational and enlightening experience for anyone interested in history, immigration, and cultural heritage. 
The Reher Center doesn't just provide a passive experience; it actively engages visitors in the immigrant story. You can interact with knowledgeable guides who can share personal anecdotes, and historical insights, and answer your questions.

Beyond the bakery itself, the Reher Center also highlights the broader cultural heritage of the immigrant community. You might see artifacts, photographs, and documents that offer a glimpse into the lives and traditions of these immigrants. The center often hosts educational programs, events, and exhibitions related to immigrant history, Jewish culture, and local heritage. Currently, the exhibition, Taking Root is on display, which gives you an opportunity to listen to people who shared their stories as part of the Hudson Valley Immigrant Oral History Project.