The Hopewell Junction based sisters will make an appearance on a widely known daytime talk show.

Daytime talk shows are still going strong and many people watch them religiously (whether they tape them to watch it later or watch in real time). One of my favorite things to do when I was home sick as a kid was to watch all the cool people who would appear on daytime talk shows. You know you're somewhat of a big deal of you make it as a guest on the show and one local family is making their daytime talk show television debut in a big way.

All these details are going to connect together and make sense soon.

First, have you heard of the Tamron Hall show? Tamron Hall's show is one of the highest-rated daytime talk shows and it's hosted by no other, Emmy Award-winner Tamron Hall. The show is filmed in New York City is Tamron is known for bringing a refreshing voice to the daytime slot while staying very relatable to her loyal fans. So again, it's a big deal to able to appear on a show like this.

Second, have you heard of The Curry Estate (formerly Le Chambord) in Hopewell Junction? It's a beautiful estate that hosts wedding, parties, events and more and it's become a staple in the community around here. One really cool thing about it is it's a family-owned, women-owned business by six sisters who were all born and raised in the Hudson Valley. One of their goals is to, "treat you like family and create memories of a lifetime".

The Curry sisters did something pretty amazing and you can catch it all on television.

What estate owners from Hopewell Junction will appear on daytime television?

I think you can piece it together by now.

All six Curry sisters were recently photographed outside of the set of the Tamron Hall show in New York City. The Curry Estate Facebook page put the picture up and mentioned in the post how you can tune in on May 16th at 2:00pm to watch the interview. We will surely be tuning in to watch it and make you sure you set a reminder on your phone for that date,

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Congrats to the Curry sisters on this huge achievement and we wish you even more success. Thank you for all the joy you bring to the Hudson Valley.

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