There were sheep being sheared! There were “sheepy” crafts being done! There were games being played! There was music (and PLENTY of dancing too) There was food to be enjoyed! It was the Sheep to Shawl festival and it was terrific!Details
The Huntnigton Historical Society’s Annual Historic Hour Tour was lovely! See the houses on the tour and photographs.Details
It was a wonderful day!!
The Apple Festival is made possible with grants from The New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Please join me in welcoming Robert Dickson to the Huntington Historical Society. Rob is our new Assistant Director. He comes to us from the Sandbox Playspace, a business he and his wife created to bring together families with young children here in Huntington. Rob moved back home to Long Island to raise his family after…Details
Dear Art Lovers, Historians and Friends of the Huntington Historical Society, The Collections Committee of the Huntington Historical Society is thrilled to announce the acquisition of the Leopold Seyffert portrait of Mrs. Henry L. Stimson (Mabel) to our collection. This portrait joins the Seyffert portrait of Henry Lewis Stimson, who died in 1950, which has…Details
THE HUNTINGTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 209 Main Street, Huntington New York 11743 Phone: 631-427-7045 ext 401 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Release Huntington Historical Society’s 113th ANNUAL MEETING On Thursday, June 22, 2017 members of the Huntington Historical Society gathered at the Huntington Elks Club for the 113th Annual Meeting of the…Details
On May 21, 2017 over 500 people came to Dr. Kissam House to celebrate the Annual Speep to Shawl Festival. Here’s are some shots of this fun we had! FREE ADMISSION Featuring Family-Fun Activities including: Sheep Shearing Farm Animals Old Fashioned Games Baking in the Beehive Oven Spinning Wool Demonstration Embroidery, Crocheting and Weaving Demonstrations Old…Details