Join master chef Dr. Robert Dell’Amore, host of “The Power of Food“ in learning how to prepare old-world staples of the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern diet – which is simple to make, yet delicious, nutritious and vegetarian! Email the email@example.com for the ZOOM log in information.
Join Key to My Art Online to create a spring flower mixed media collage. Collect items from around the house such as tape, glue, paint, markers, pencil, scissors, magazines, fabric – whatever you have! You’ll be guided by an instructor who will show you how to draw the flowers and then create a beautiful masterpiece! After you sign up, you’ll … Full Story
Long Island and Whaling: A PowerPoint lecture that covers from the Native Americans who hunted whales offshore from canoes, to the first whaling companies in America in Southampton, to the rise of industrial-scale whaling in Sag Harbor, Greenport and Cold Spring Harbor, to the famous whaler Mercator Cooper and his trip to the closed society of Japan, to the demise … Full Story
Bay Shore Historical Society’s January 2020 meeting will feature Reverend Anthony Colangelo presenting the history of the First Congregational Church of Bay Shore. The meeting is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.
Meet featured speaker Mr. Douglas Bunge, as he presents his lecture “The History of the Bay Shore Fire Department.” At the Bay Shore Historical Society’s November 21 meeting, 7 p.m. at Bay Shore-Brightwaters Public Library. All are welcome free of charge. Refreshments will be served. For further information contact the Society at (631)665-1707 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The October Meeting of the Bay Shore Historical Society will be on Thursday, October 17 beginning at 7 pm at the Bay Shore- Brightwaters Library (1 South Country Rd., Brightwaters). The featured speaker will be Amy Folk, researcher, archivist, and historian. The title of Ms. Folk’s presentation will be “Murder and Mayhem on Long Island.” All are welcome free of … Full Story
The Bay Shore Historical Society will host bottle collector and researcher Howard Crawford at its meeting on Thursday, September 19, 2019. Mr. Crawford will speak about and demonstrate glass artifacts from Bay Shore’s many bottlers dating from the late 1800’s. The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm at the Bay Shore – Brightwaters Library and is open to all, free … Full Story
Meet historical novelist Angela Reich, author of “Shipwreck of Hopes” as she promotes her recently released book at libraries and museums throughout the Long Island region: Ocean Beach Historical Society, September 1 at 11 a.m. Author-signed copies will be available for sale.
Guest speaker, George Munkenbeck, Islip Town Historian. Hosted by the Sagtikos Manor Historical Society, www.sagtikosmanor.org. Free and open to the public.