Many thanks to the Davis Town Meeting House Society, Zachary N. Studenroth (architectural historian), and all of our guests!

On June 16, 2018, participants explored the building with Zachary N. Studenroth, an architectural historian who studied the structure and a recent recipient of Preservation Long Island’s prestigious Howard C. Sherwood Award.
Mr. Studenroth pointed out a Long Island-style over-mantel, one of the building’s many distinctive architectural treasures, June 16, 2018.
The Davis Town Meeting House, Coram, NY. Image courtesy of the Davis Town Meeting House Society.

Date: Saturday, June 16, 2018
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: 263 Middle Country Road, Coram NY, 11727

$10 Members and Young Preservationists
$15 Non-Members

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Preservation Long Island has partnered with the Davis Town Meeting House Society to organize a very special behind-the-scenes look at the ongoing restoration of Davis Town Meeting House in Coram. Originally built in the 1750s as an inn and tavern, the house served as the seat of Brookhaven Town government from 1790 until 1884. This important Town-owned landmark is stewarded by Davis Town Meeting House Society and supported by grants from New York State and the Suffolk County Legislature.
We’ll explore the site with experts from the Society and architectural historian Zachary N. Studenroth, who recently received Preservation Long Island’s prestigious Howard C. Sherwood Award.
Please join us to see this exciting work in progress and learn successful strategies for planning your own restoration project!
Space is limited. Rain or Shine.
Learn more about the Davis Town Meeting House HERE and HERE.

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