Long Island Historical Societies Newsfeed
June 15, 2020
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NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation Reimbursement Operating Support 2020
To counter the financial impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on Long Island’s historic stewards the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation has created Reimbursement Operating Support 2020 (ROS2020). ROS2020 grants are available to all eligible Long Island’s historic mission based 501c3 organizations. These awards are for reimbursement for institutional expenses incurred from March through May of 2020. Awards will be $1,000 to $2,000.
Applications are being accepted to 4:00 PM, June 30, 2020.
Details and application procedure instruction are available here:
and the application is available here:
This year’s annual June Path Through History Weekend (PTHW) will be a virtual event, starting June 15 and running through July 4.
Many members of our historic community are currently offering online virtual content, and we urge you to submit these experiences as PTHW events. The PTHW website and submission page will be updated shortly to reflect the new virtual programming, and you will be alerted when that work is completed. Once the submission page is live, we will be accepting submissions of online experiences that will be available anytime between June 15 and July 4, and approving qualified events that are submitted through July 2.
QUESTIONS? Call us at 914.592.6726 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW EXTENDED DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 1, 2020
The NYSCA/GHHN Conservation Treatment Grant Program is a partnership of the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) and GHHN that provides support for treatment procedures to aid in stabilizing and preserving objects held in collections of museums, historical, and cultural organizations in New York State. The Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation has provided additional dedicated support for conservation treatment projects in Nassau and Suffolk counties. The work must be performed by, or under direct supervision of, a professional conservator.
To access the application portal, and for more information on the application process, grant guidelines, and listings of past grantees please visit our website:
PROGRAMS AND EVENTS
Temporary Changes Due To The Covid-19 Pandemic
Covid-19, also known as The Novel CoronaVirus, has changed many facets of our lives by necessity.
For the time being, we will only list online or virtual programs and events that are submitted by the membership.
Three Village Historical Society
Virtual Founders Day Tour Series with Historian Bev Tyler
Every Monday, now through June 22nd
Virtual tour of local explorations in the Town of Brookhaven Settlement area. Every Monday on the TVHS website
Throw Back Thursday True Tales Virtual Series
Every Thursday, 4 pm Live on Facebook at
Join Margo Arceri live on facebook as she reads Kate Wheeler Strong’s True Tale stories from the early days of Long Island. This program will continue until we are able to have in-person tours. Videos will be posted on TVHS.org for later viewing if you miss the live event.
Preservation Long Island
2020 Awards for Preservation Excellence on Long Island
Awardees from Sag Harbor, Sea Cliff, Babylon, Remsenburg and Oakdale are recognized for excellence in historic preservation.
Where in Huntington is Karl? The Game!
Now – June 29, 2020
Participants who identify all historic site images correctly each week will receive one entry in a drawing to win a set of local Huntington history books, and a bottle of hand sanitizer. Register online to play.
Historian Stories Series: Town of Islip
Friday, June 26, 2020
This week’s episode features a virtual visit with the Islip Town Historian, George J. Munkenbeck. Zoom registration.
Preserving the Present – Collecting in the Time of COVID-19
Now through ongoing
Preservation Long Island seeks to collect objects that tell the diverse stories of Long Islanders living through the COVID-19 pandemic
Three Village Historical Society
Virtual Storytelling Bench Tour
Starting Friday, July 3rd
Friday, July 3rd: Zachariah Greene with TVHS Historian,Bev Tyler
Friday, July 24th: Kate Strong with Tri-Spy Tours,Margo Arceri
Friday, August 14th: Thomas Hodgkins and Emma Clark with TVHS Historian, Bev Tyler and TVHS Education Director, Donna Smith
This series is free for all and no pre-registration is required. The series can also be viewed at a later date.
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