Join the Seatuck Environmental Association to learn the basic parts of a compass and walk through the steps on how to use one with a map.
Save the date for Preservation Long Island’s June Country House Benefit Party! Invitations coming soon to our members. Not a member – join today!
Celebrate Women’s History Month by learning about the many visionary women in Long Island’s history. In this blog read about two African American sisters, one a Brooklyn school teacher and the other an accomplished architect, who founded the Azurest summer community in Sag Harbor.
A distinctive turn-of-the-century Shingle-style church with significant ties to African American history on Long Island.
Updates on the pending National Register nomination for the Sag Harbor Hills, Azurest, and Ninevah subdivisions (SANS).
The latest addition to Preservation Long Island’s outstanding collection of regional decorative arts is a rare Queen-Anne-style cherrywood tall-case clock made in eastern Queens County (now Nassau) around 1785 by Quaker craftsman and preacher, Willet Hicks (1765–1845).