Preservation Long Island and the Long Island Museum have teamed up to host “Baseball on the Farm” featuring an authentic 19th-century baseball game with the New York Mutuals against the Brooklyn Atlantics. With live music, games, prizes, food and more, this free, one-day special event will take place on the grounds of historic Sherwood-Jayne Farm in East Setauket, Long Island, New York. [Read more…] about A Day of Vintage Baseball on Long Island
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The New York State Council of the Arts and Greater Hudson Heritage Network Grant Program now offer three opportunities for collecting institutions in New York State including Conservation Treatment Grants, Preservation Supplies Grants, and Site Assessment Grants. [Read more…] about Conservation Grant Awardees Announced
Nancy Solomon, Director of Long Island Traditions and Curator of the In Harm’s Way exhibition at LIM, will lead a guided tour of the exhibit at the Long Island Museum on Sunday, December 3rd, at 2 pm.
This exhibit focuses on Superstorm Sandy and other historic storms that have affected the region, exploring hurricanes and how communities prepare for natural disasters and rebuild after the storm. [Read more…] about ‘In Harm’s Way’ Exhibit And Gallery Tour
On Sunday, November 12 at 2 pm, the Long Island Museum, in collaboration with Long Island Traditions, will host a roundtable discussion: Learning from our Neighbors, looking back on the five years since Super Storm Sandy and how communities come together following other historic storms.
Nancy Solomon, Director of Long Island Traditions will facilitate a panel discussion with storm survivors from upstate New York, North Carolina, Long Island and Staten Island on coping and rebuilding after Mother Nature’s wrath. Following the discussion, visitors may visit In Harm’s Way, on display in the Art Museum through December 31, 2017. [Read more…] about Superstorm Sandy: Learning from Our Neighbors Roundtable
On Sunday, October 28, the Long Island Museum, in collaboration with Long Island Traditions, will host In Harm’s Way: Past Present & Future, a symposium that explores storm preparation, recovery and moving forward.
The event will take place from 9:45 am to 4 pm at The Long Island Museum. Registration is $12 per person and $10 for students, seniors and museum members. An optional lunch is available for $10 additional. [Read more…] about Long Island ‘In Harm’s Way’ Symposium Sunday