The Annual Antique, Fine Art & Crafts Fair is this Sat. and Sun., July 30 and 31 from 9am-4pm on the grounds of the Maple Lane Complex.
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You’ll find fine art, antiques, pottery, photography, handmade crafts and vintage treasures. There will also be live music!
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Southold Historical Museum is pleased to partner with the Old Town Arts and Crafts Guild for this popular summer event. The suggested admission of $5.00 for adults entitles entrants to a free raffle ticket!
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Vendor inquiries and other questions should be directed to Old Town Arts and Crafts Guild at 631-734-6382.
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Note: Due to the fact that we are expecting a large number of visitors to the
Fair, our Maple Lane Complex buildings will be closed this weekend. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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We’re anticipating an afternoon of fun at the annual Ice Cream Social, Sat., Aug. 6 from 1 to 4 p.m. on the grounds of the Maple Lane Museum Complex.
Bring your friends and family! You’ll find children’s games, a bake sale, live music, and other demonstrations as part of the day’s activities. The historic buildings will also be open.
Visitors can view our special exhibit in the Mayne Gallery of the Ann Currie-Bell House titled, “Summer Colonies of Southold.”
Entrance to the grounds is $5 per adult. Children 12 and under enter for free.
Special thanks to our event sponsors:
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You can still view “Ten Squared: Paint the North Fork” exhibit and sale on our website through July 31.
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Each 10″x10″ piece, depicting beautiful, locally-inspired imagery created by area artists, is available for purchase for $100 on a first come, first served basis. It’s a great opportunity to acquire true works of art while supporting local artists and the museum.
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This exhibit focuses on the farms, wineries, picturesque towns, and proximity to the water that has drawn people to the North Fork continually over the centuries. 
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Note: Many pieces have sold out, but we invite you to view this lovely exhibit!
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Very special thanks to Northforker magazine and its readers for naming the Nautical Museum at Horton Point Lighthouse “Best Local Landmark” in its 2022 Readers’ Choice Awards!
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We are so pleased with the honor and invite all to come visit the museum to view the new “Undercover: Rum Running in Southold” exhibit, along with our other maritime history displays. Climb the tower and enjoy the scenic grounds and view.
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Open Sat./Sun, from 11:30am-4pm through Sept. 18.
You can enter to win some wonderful prizes in our 3rd Annual Summer Raffle. This year, the generously donated prizes include:
-Two-Hour Sunset Cruise. Up to 6 people (Mon – Thurs).
Donated by Bali Bay Boat Charters. Value $1000
-Wall Quilt. 38″ x 35″ with hanging pocket.
Handmade and donated by Tippy Case. Value of $300
-Overnight Stay and Breakfast for two. Any weeknight Mon. through Thurs. Donated by The Inn at Orient. Value $500
-$600 Cash Prize
All proceeds benefit Southold Historical Museum. If fewer than 100 tickets are sold, it becomes a 50/50 raffle.
You can purchase a $60 raffle ticket at our offices from 10-2, Mon.- Fri., at 54325 Main Rd. Or call 631-765-5500. Please return check and ticket stub by 2pm, Aug. 29, 2022. Drawing on September 13, 2022. Winners will be contacted.
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This postcard depicts the former St. Patrick’s Church and Rectory in 1905. It was located on the land where the current Town Hall sits.
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Before it became St. Patrick’s, the church building was the Southold Collegiate Institute. The school closed down, and it was sold to Rev. Joseph Brunemann in 1863 to give the growing Roman Catholic parish a place to worship. In 1868, the building was turned so the gable end was facing the street. Wings were added to the sides of the building as well as an entryway on the front. In 1870, a new rectory was constructed next to the church to the east.
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In 1927, the Catholic parish built a larger church and rectory to the west of this and the original property was sold to the town. In 1946, the structure was disassembled and moved to Sound Avenue where it was rebuilt as a house.
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See more of our collection at:

Through July 31

Ten Squared Online Art Exhibit & Sale

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July 16

Sip of Summer Party

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July 30 & 31

Antiques, Arts & Crafts Fair

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August 6

Ice Cream Social

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September 17

Revolutionary War Reenactment

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Oct 1, 2

Antique, Fine Art & Crafts Fair

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Your gracious support allows Southold Historical Museum to offer
many free events throughout the year. Thank you!

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