Check out our illustrated 2022 Year at a Glance with highlights from this year’s events and programs. Your continued support helps us to provide public programming and advocacy services, as well as maintain each of our four historic properties.
Update! Endangered Historic Places 2021: William Tooker House
We have good news to report! The oldest known structure in Port Jefferson Station still located at its historic building site and threatened by neglect has been purchased by the Village of Port Jefferson.
Jupiter Hammon’s An Essay on Slavery Interpreted by Malik Work
Short Film and Discussion Available Online
If you missed the premiere screening and discussion with the filmmakers, the virtual event is now available for online viewing.
Art of Edward Lange Project Featured in The Magazine Antiques
Read the article written by Preservation Long Island Curator Lauren Brincat and Curatorial Fellow Peter Fedoryk about the Long Island artist Edward Lange featured in a recent issue of the premier publication on the decorative arts!
City of Glen Cove Amends Landmark Code
Good news for historic preservation policy in Glen Cove, New York! The City of Glen Cove reactivates its Landmarks Preservation Commission and City Council approves an overhaul of its landmark preservation code.
Institute of Museum and Library Services Inspire! Grant Awarded
The award will fund collections management enhancements for our permanent collection and help to expand public access to art and artifacts that reveal life on Long Island across four centuries.