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SHM Blog: New Articles Every Tuesday!

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Successful Philanthropy with Jean Shafiroff

featuring Tom Edmonds

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Jean Shafiroff has been a great supporter of the Southampton History Museum as well as many other non-profit organizations in the area. For her YouTube show last week she interviewed our Executive Director. Check it out now on our blog!
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UPCOMING PROGRAMS

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A Tour of the Historic Old Coal & Produce Building

with Stuart Andrews

Sunday, June 26th, 11am
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Hidden in plain sight is one of Southampton’s most fascinating landmarks. The red brick building just east of the railroad station was a hub of activity throughout Southampton’s agricultural past. Farmers brought wagon-loads of potatoes and grains to be weighed, bagged, loaded into waiting boxcars lined up on the railroad spur behind the building and shipped to New York City. When he purchased the building, Stuart Andrews found the old scale, the grain elevator, and just about everything else intact and has devoted much of his time to bringing the building back from the past.
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Parking Info
The easiest parking can be found just West of the building in the LIRR Southampton parking lot.
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Halsey House Gala:

Americana

Saturday, July 2nd, 5:30 – 8pm
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Hampton Flea + Vintage
Sunday, July 3rd, 10am – 4pm
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Southampton History Museum Thrift Shop
Sunday, July 3rd, 10am – 4pm
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Long Island Indigenous
Perspectives Canoe Tour
Saturday, July 9th, 9 – 11am
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A Walk Through the Basilica of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary
Sunday, July 10th, 2pm
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Ghost Hunting at the
Rogers Mansion & Halsey House
Friday, July 15th, 8:45pm – 11pm
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Some Seaside Landmarks and Their Stories
Sunday, July 24th, 1pm
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Long Island Indigenous
Perspectives Canoe Tour
Saturday, August 6th, 9 – 11am
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Hampton Flea + Vintage
Sunday, August 7th, 10am – 4pm
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Southampton History Museum Thrift Shop
Sunday, August 7th, 10am – 4pm
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A Stroll Down Ox Pasture
Sunday, August 7th, 11am
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Ghost Hunting at the
Rogers Mansion & Halsey House
Saturday, August 13th, 8:45pm – 11pm
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Post Crossing: When the World Was the Street Where We Lived
Sunday, August 21st, 11am
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Hampton Flea + Vintage
Sunday, September 11, 10am – 4pm
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Southampton History Museum Thrift Shop
Sunday, September 11, 10am – 4pm
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Sign Up for Jewelry Making Classes with
Artist in Residence, Alyssa Saccente
Available year round by appointment
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Learn how to make your own custom sterling silver jewelry in a dynamic and historical space to give you a priceless learning experience you won’t forget. Work with our Artist in Residence Alyssa Saccente to develop your skills in metalsmithing, and maybe even develop a lifelong passion along the way! The courses are packaged into 1, 2, 3, or 4 2-hour sessions that can be booked as one-on-one with the artist, or as a partner session. The workshops increase in skill and difficulty as you gain hand and eye skills in design, material, technique, and craftsmanship. By the end of the sessions, the student will have a finished piece of wearable sterling silver jewelry to take home with them as a memento of their experience. Have you ever been curious about what goes into making your favorite pieces of jewelry? Well, now is your chance to flex your creative muscles and dive into the world of jewelry design and creation!
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Rogers Mansion Museum Complex
17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton
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Complex of 12 historic structures on land settled in 1645 by William Rogers, including the Rogers Mansion built 1843.
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Halsey House
249 South Main Street, Southampton
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Built c. 1683, the oldest English style wood-frame house in New York State.
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Pelletreau Silver Shop
80 Main Street, Southampton
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Former business of Patriot and famed silversmith Elias Pelletreau. It is the longest continually running trade shop in the Americas.
Conscience Point
1640 Conscience Point Rd, Southampton
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Nature preserve and supposed landing spot for European settlers in Southampton.
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