Calendar

Breeze through our list of upcoming events and happenings for ways you can enjoy the Southampton Historical Museum.

UPCOMING

Sunday, July 27 03:00PM RESERVE SPACE

The Founding of the Southampton’s Summer Colony

Walking Tour, 14 Gin Lane, public parking area, Sunday, July 27 at 3:00 PM, $10, free for members of the Southampton Historical Museum
Discussion with Gary Lawrance, AIA Peconic, on the first summer residents from NYC who came to Southampton and settled, forming the Summer Colony.

Wednesday, July 30 03:30PM RESERVE SPACE

Meet Mary Rogers

Children’s Program – Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane, SH, Wednesday, July 30; 3:30 – 4:30 PM, $5 for children, please RSVP at 283-2494
Take a trip back in time and meet Mary Rogers, the daughter of Captain Albert Rogers, who lived in the Rogers Mansion in the 1840s. Mary Rogers will give you an exclusive tour of her house and she will teach a craft and allow her visitors to explore the grounds. Lemonade and cookies will be served.

Sunday, August 3 09:00AM RESERVE SPACE

Southampton Antique Fair

Antiques, furniture, jewelry, vintage clothing, glass, ceramics, artwork, collectibles and more will be sold inside the Red Barn and on the grounds of the Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane (free admission). Vendors needed, for more info call 283-2494. The Rogers Mansion will be open 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM ($4, free for members and children).

Sunday, August 3 11:00AM RESERVE SPACE

Ox Pasture with Rick Stott, AIA Peconic

Ox Pasture Road is one of the oldest roads in Southampton Village. Its history includes some of the most notorious and infamous estates and merchant-class families in the United States. This mile long stretch is full of magic and suspense. Take a long Sunday walk, peak behind the hedges and learn more about the history of the Village and its people. The tour will meet at the corner of First Neck Lane and Ox Pasture. $10, free for members of the Southampton Historical Museum

Wednesday, August 6 03:30PM RESERVE SPACE

Meet Mary Rogers

Children’s Program – Take a trip back in time and meet Mary Rogers, the daughter of Captain Albert Rogers, who lived in the Rogers Mansion in the 1840s. Mary Rogers will give you an exclusive tour of her house and she will teach a craft and allow her visitors to explore the grounds of Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane. Lemonade and cookies will be served. $5 for children, please RSVP at 283-2494.

Saturday, August 9 10:00AM RESERVE SPACE

7th Annual Southampton Antique Auto Show

A variety of beautifully restored autos from the teens through the sixties will be on display by some of Long Island’s premier car collectors. The one acre grounds of the Rogers Mansion (17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton), a property of the Southampton Historical Museums and Research Center, are transformed when more than 30 antique and classic automobiles go on display. Come see a wide range from classic Model Ts from 1905 to a 1912 hook and ladder firetruck to jazzy Thunderbirds from the 1950s. These perfectly preserved examples represent the pride and hard work of auto collectors and enthusiasts who share an interest in our rich automobile heritage. $5 adults, free for members and children. No rain date.

Sunday, August 10 11:00AM RESERVE SPACE

Conscience Point Nature Walk with Howard Reisman

Conscience Point was formed 20,000 years ago after the glaciers receded and populated by migratory people around 10,000 BCE. The Shinnecock Tribe developed a sophisticated culture by 1,000 CE that influenced other Tribes along the Atlantic Coast. English pioneers arrived in 1640 and created a busy harbor called Feversham, now known as North Sea. Biologist Howard Reisman will discuss the natural history and early colonial culture of North Sea and the Peconic Bay. The walk will begin near the end of North Sea Road, turn right at the Marina. $10, free for members of the Southampton Historical Museum.

Wednesday, August 13 03:30PM RESERVE SPACE

Meet Mary Rogers

Children’s Program – Take a trip back in time and meet Mary Rogers, the daughter of Captain Albert Rogers, who lived in the Rogers Mansion in the 1840s. Mary Rogers will give you an exclusive tour of her house and she will teach a craft and allow her visitors to explore the grounds of Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane. Lemonade and cookies will be served. $5 for children, please RSVP at 283-2494.

Thursday, August 14 05:00PM RESERVE SPACE

2nd Annual Samuel L. Parrish Lecture – The Orchard: Stanford White’s Masterpiece

In 1915 Country Life Magazine called The Orchard one of twelve significant country houses in America. Now called Whitefield, Architect Stanford White created what is today considered “one of the finest and most prominent estates in the Hamptons.” Author and Architect Gary Lawrance will give a lecture in the Music Room at Whitefield (155 Hill Street, Southampton) followed by a reception in the garden of the 16 acre estate.
$125 for members, $140 for non-members, RSVP required by Tuesday, August 12.

Saturday, August 16 01:00PM RESERVE SPACE

Shecky’s “Girls Day Out” Benefiting the Southampton Historical Museum

Shecky’s Girls Day Out is returning to Southampton (Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane) and the North Fork for Girls Day Out and the Wine getaway combo. This year Shecky’s will be adding a little bit of flavor by including a BBQ lunch at the event for the Wine Getaway combo or as an upgrade. Experience a wine getaway and Shecky’s Girl’s Day Out in Southampton, all in the same day! First learn about your wine type and preferences while enjoying the breathtaking vineyard scenery, then head to Girl’s Day Out in Southampton to shop, sample and score cool stuff while enjoying an outdoor BBQ lunch. Spots are limited so hurry and book your tickets today! All ages welcome, you must be 21 years of age or older to enjoy the complimentary cocktails and beer! There are NO exceptions. Everyone will be asked for proper identification. For tickets and prices got to www.sheckys.com.

Sunday, August 17 09:00AM RESERVE SPACE

Southampton Antique Fair

Antiques, furniture, jewelry, vintage clothing, glass, ceramics, artwork, collectibles and more will be sold inside the Red Barn and on the grounds of the Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane (free admission). Vendors needed, for more info call 283-2494. The Rogers Mansion will be open 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM ($4, free for members and children).

Sunday, August 17 11:00AM RESERVE SPACE

North Sea Burial Grounds with John Griffin

This cemetery was probably begun in the 1600s in the busy harbor port of Feversham, now called North Sea. The harbor buildings are long gone but the cemetery and its history remain. John Griffin will pass on his knowledge of the fascinating people who lived and died in this ancient community. The walking tour will meet at the corner of North Sea and Millstone Brook Roads. $10, free for members of the Southampton Historical Museum.

Wednesday, August 20 03:30PM RESERVE SPACE

Meet Mary Rogers

Children’s Program – Take a trip back in time and meet Mary Rogers, the daughter of Captain Albert Rogers, who lived in the Rogers Mansion in the 1840s. Mary Rogers will give you an exclusive tour of her house and she will teach a craft and allow her visitors to explore the grounds of Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane. Lemonade and cookies will be served. $5 for children, please RSVP at 283-2494.

Saturday, August 23 04:00PM RESERVE SPACE

Yappy Hour

BYOD (Bring your own dog) or adopt one! Join us on the grounds of the Rogers Mansion (17 Meeting House Lane) for Barkatinis and Yappetizers, snacks, a dog adoption parade, 50 / 50 raffle, and a beach themed dog costume contest with celebrity judges – Mark and Marianne Epley. All proceeds benefit the Southampton Historical Museum and the Southampton Animal Shelter. Fun for the whole family! $25, free for children, use PayPal online or call (631) 283-2494 for tickets.

Wednesday, August 27 03:30PM RESERVE SPACE

Meet Mary Rogers

Children’s Program – Take a trip back in time and meet Mary Rogers, the daughter of Captain Albert Rogers, who lived in the Rogers Mansion in the 1840s. Mary Rogers will give you an exclusive tour of her house and she will teach a craft and allow her visitors to explore the grounds of Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane. Lemonade and cookies will be served. $5 for children, please RSVP at 283-2494.

Sunday, August 31 09:00AM RESERVE SPACE

Southampton Antique Fair

Antiques, furniture, jewelry, vintage clothing, glass, ceramics, artwork, collectibles and more will be sold inside the Red Barn and on the grounds of the Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane (free admission). Vendors needed, for more info call 283-2494. The Rogers Mansion will be open 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM ($4, free for members and children).

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Wednesday, July 23 03:30PM Meet Mary Rogers
Sunday, July 20 05:00PM “WE LOVE A PIANO” Pianofest in the Hamptons
Sunday, July 20 11:00AM Wyndecote’s Renovation by Architect John David Rose
Sunday, July 20 09:00AM SOUTHAMPTON ANTIQUE FAIR
Saturday, July 19 09:00AM Antique Fire Truck Show and Volunteer Fireman Recruiting Day
Friday, July 18 06:00PM Malteser – Legacy of Hope
Wednesday, July 16 03:30PM Meet Mary Rogers
Saturday, July 12 10:00AM Jewelry Making Classes with Eric Messin
Friday, July 11 06:00PM Jewelry Making Workshop with Eric Messin
Wednesday, July 9 05:00PM Jewelry Making Classes with Eric Messin
Wednesday, July 9 03:30PM Meet Mary Rogers
Sunday, July 6 09:00AM St. Andrew’s Dune Church with Roger Blaugh
Sunday, July 6 09:00AM SOUTHAMPTON ANTIQUE FAIR
Saturday, July 5 06:00PM Halsey House Gala
Sunday, June 29 11:00AM Foster Crossing with Curator Emma Ballou
Sunday, June 22 09:00AM SOUTHAMPTON ANTIQUE FAIR
Thursday, June 19 06:00PM One Step Paint Workshop by “Sea Green Designs”
Saturday, June 14 04:00PM Sayre Barn Grand Reopening
Saturday, June 14 04:00PM Exhibit Opening Reception: Deconstructing the Sayre Barn: Photographs by Ulf Skogsbergh
Friday, June 13 05:13PM Charles & Tee Addams House Benefit Cocktail Party in Sagaponack
Sunday, June 8 09:00AM SOUTHAMPTON ANTIQUE FAIR
Saturday, June 7 04:00PM Exhibit Opening Reception: Southampton Blue Book, 1930 to 1960: Photographs by Bert Morgan
Saturday, June 7 04:00PM Exhibit Opening Reception: Hail to the Beach: Paintings by Dinah Maxwell Smith
Saturday, May 31 01:00PM 5th Annual Southampton House Tour: an “Insider’s View”
Sunday, May 25 09:00AM Southampton Antique Fair
Sunday, May 11 09:00AM Southampton Antique Fair
Saturday, May 10 10:00AM Jewelry Making Classes with Eric Messin
Friday, May 9 06:00PM Jewelry Making Classes with Eric Messin
Thursday, May 8 11:00AM Talking History: Conversations with Local Residents – LOVE STORIES
Sunday, April 27 12:00PM Green Your East End Wedding Showcase
Thursday, April 17 04:00PM 1st Annual Captain Albert Rogers Lecture & Reception
Saturday, April 12 02:00PM Preserved on the Mighty Waters: Indians, Maritime Social Networks
Friday, March 28 11:00AM Field School in Archaeology Survey Methods at Sylvestor Manor
Saturday, March 22 02:00PM Pyrrhus Concer’s 200th Birthday Celebration
Thursday, March 20 06:00PM Basket Making Workshop
Sunday, March 16 10:00AM Stone Setting Workshop with Eric Messin
Saturday, March 15 10:00AM Jewelry Making Classes with Eric Messin
Friday, March 14 06:00PM Jewelry Making Classes with Eric Messin
Thursday, February 6 06:30PM Linzer Tart Baking Workshop
Saturday, January 18 10:00AM Jewelry Making Classes with Eric Messin
Friday, January 17 04:00PM Jewelry Making Classes with Eric Messin