The Bayport Heritage Association was formed in 1983 and is dedicated to the preservation of the history of Bayport. The association has an extensive collection of archival photographs, vintage clothing, artifacts and books. Through the years, the group has been particularly active in the restoration of Meadow Croft, a John Ellis Roosevelt summer home and now a historical museum on the border of Bayport and Sayville. The association provides lectures and resources- educational, historical, environmental and social programs and services for the community and interested public.

Cancelled- First Bloom Tea

Cocktail Party on June 9th 2017 

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the First Bloom Cocktail Party will be cancelled. Our apologies to all who were interested in attending. Those who sent a check for the party please know your check will be mailed back to you ASAP. If you have any questions, please email us at bbphistorical@gmail.com. Again, our apologies.
May General Membership Meeting

Join us for our General Membership meeting on May 6th at 2:00 in the BBP Library. Our guest speaker will be Ray Reilley. Ray, a Bayport Fire Department ex-chief, retired from the NYFD and Education Director of the Islip Town Fire Fighters Museum, will give a presentation on the history of our American Fire Services and a brief introduction to the Fire Fighters Museum. The museums goal is to maintain as much of Islip Town’s Fire Service history as possible. The museum's mission is a commitment to the historical preservation of Fire Departments, Public Safety Education, and Fire Fighters Safety programs. Islip's 21 fire departments and 5 Ambulance corps have been working diligently collecting donated historical artifacts for the museums displays and exhibits for everyone’s enjoyment and for the preservation of the fire services history. The “Islip Town Fighter Fighters” museum’s home is located at a site next to Duck’s stadium, in Central Islip. They look forward to a partnership with other Community, Organizations, Businesses, Friends and Government support, in order to help reach their goals and to share their proud heritage with Long Island families. Looking forward to this event!
 
First Bloom Cocktail Party

Join us at Meadow Croft on June 9th from 6:00-9:00 PM and enjoy a glass of wine or an iced cold beer as you listen to soft jazz and delight in the company of your friends and neighbors. This event will be held outside and in the historic carriage house. Tables and chairs will be provided. Cheese platters and finger sandwiches will be served. The price is $30.00 per person and proceeds will benefit the continued efforts of preservation and restoring the Meadow Croft Estate.

If you are interested in attending, please send your check, with the names of those guests attending and a contact phone number to:

Bayport Heritage Association

P.O. Box 4

Bayport NY 11705

This event will occur rain or shine so please dress in comfortable clothing and note bug spray may be needed. We hope to see you there!

Oral History Project: Voices of Bayport and Blue Point

The BBP Library has a wonderful series of audio files of people and memories from the Bayport and Blue Point communities. This month's feature is about the BBP Library, shared by the one-time director, Anna Davis. Mrs. Davis began working at the library in 1959. As a significant institution in our communities, Mrs. Davis shares her memories of her time working there. We hope you enjoy it!

Help wanted!

The BHA is always looking for volunteers or new members to fulfill the vision and mission which is dedicated to the preservation, history and future of our BBP hamlet. If you are interested and have some time, we need you! All levels of help welcomed.

** Tour Guides (docents)** ~ if you love history then we have a job for you! Docents or house guides are needed two days a month, June through October, to show the historic Meadow Croft to visitors. It is not much of a time commitment and training will be provided. For more information or if you are willing to help, please call Harriet Mihlstin at 631-475-2118

** Garden help ** ~ Meadow Croft's heirloom garden is in need of some hands to dig in the dirt. This garden is a replica of the original garden at the Meadow Croft estate dating back to the early 1900's. If you can spare some time and some muscle, bring your gardening tools to Meadow Croft on Friday mornings (weather permitting) starting at 9:00 AM. Call Lorraine for more details at 516-459-0140.

Abandoned Trunks; Clothing and Costumes from the Gold Coast Era
Local historian Monica Randall has a wonderful display of Gold Coast 1920's dresses that will be on display at Meadow Croft on Saturdays and Sundays from 2:00-4:00 in the ladies parlor. There is a $5.00 donation requested for this display. This will run from June through October.

During the sixties and seventies hundreds of the great estates were bulldozed to make way for new housing developments. The attics of these doomed palaces were often littered with steamer trunks filled with the most expensive gowns money could buy. These gowns, which could cost as much as $20,000, were worn in the heyday by the God Coast ladies of high society who hosted elaborate masquerade balls. Clothing items on display were worn by notable North Shore women such as the ladies of the Woolworth, Tiffany, Hutton, and Woodward families, as well as the Countess of Bismarck.

We hope you have the chance to come to Meadow Croft and view these beautiful historic gowns on display.

House Tour

Every October the BHA organizes an Autumn House Tour of unique or historical homes found in our Bayport or Blue Point communities. If you have a home that might be featured or would like more information, please reach out to bbphistorical@gmail.com.
Memorial Day Parade

The Bayport Heritage Association will again march in the Bayport Memorial Day Parade. If you would like to join us, the line up begins on Connetquot Rd before 11:00 and the parade will march to the Bayport Memorial Park where the BHA will present a wreath. All members are invited to march. More information can be obtained by calling 631-472-4625.
 
Bayport Heritage Book

The publication, Bayport Heritage, originally published in 1997, is still available. The Bayport Heritage Association's book from Arcadia Press sold out its original order of 2500 copies. If you didn't have a chance to purchase one and would like to get one now, email Bbphistorical@gmail.com. The cost is $20.00. This is a great resource and chock full of Bayport history. It makes a great gift for Bayporters who have moved away. They are also for sale at Meadow Croft.
Correction...

On Sunday and email went out in reference to the passing of Barney Loughlin. The BHA regrets that an error was obtained in our research stating that Barney was an editor of the Suffolk County News. He was a typesetter there. Thank you to Michael Jahn for the correct information. Our apologies for the mistake.
 
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May 2017 Newsletter

Bayport Heritage Association
 May 2017 Newsletter.

Barney M. Loughlin, 1925-2017


Barney M. Loughlin, 1925-2017


It is with great sadness that the Bayport Heritage Association announces the passing of Barney Loughlin, owner of Loughlin Vineyards located on the historic Meadow Croft Estate. He passed away on Saturday, April 30th after a short stay in hospice. He was 91 years old.



Barney was the son of Irish immigrants who were the caretakers of the John Ellis Roosevelt Estate in Sayville. Barney was a World War II Veteran and a long time type-setter for the Suffolk County News, Fire Chief of the Sayville Fire Department, and creator of a fireman's magazine called Smokey. He was also an inventor who created equipment and tools for firemen.



Described as hardworking, funny and determined, Barney enjoyed talking to the many visitors who stopped by the cozy Loughlin tasting room. He and his family decided to plant the vineyard on their 6 acre plot in 1982 after being told by East End growers that he would not succeed in the Sayville area. He clearly proved them wrong.



As a growing Historical Association, Barney was essential in sharing stories, making suggestions, and providing artifacts to help us fulfill our mission. Barney was one of a kind, loved by all and will be missed. Our deepest condolences to his family.


Arrangements are as follows:

Wake and services At Raynor and D'Andrea


245 Main Street


West Sayville


Monday May 1st, 2017


2:00-4:30 and 7:00-9:30 PM



Firematic service Monday @ 7:30 PM


Funeral Mass at St. Lawrence the Martyr Church


May 2nd at 10:00


Internment to follow at


St. Lawrence Cemetery


Lakeland Avenue


Sayville NY 11782



Charitable donations may be made to:


Community Ambulance Company


420 Lakeland Ave Sayville NY 11782


or


Islip Town Fire Fighter's Museum


PO Box 674 Sayville NY 11782





First Bloom Tea, June 9, 2017

The Bayport Heritage Association cordially invites you to our First Bloom Cocktail party.

This event will be held in the historic carriage house on the property of Meadow Croft.

First Bloom Cocktail Party

When:
Friday, June 9th, 2017
6-9pm


Where:
299 Middle Road
Sayville, NY

More information:
Join us at Meadow Croft and enjoy a glass of wine or an iced cold beer as you listen to soft jazz and delight in the company of your friends and neighbors. This event will be held outside and in the historic carriage house. 
Tables and chairs will be provided. Cheese platters and finger sandwiches will be served. 
The price is $30.00 per person and proceeds will benefit the continued efforts of preservation and restoring the Meadow Croft Estate.

Please make checks payable to: Bayport Heritage Association. 
The cost is $30.00 pp. 
Also please put the names of those attending and a contact phone number on your check. 
The event will be capped at 200 guests. 
Please mail your payment to:

Bayport Heritage Association
P O Box 4
Bayport NY 11705

This event will occur rain or shine. 
Please dress in comfortable clothes and bug spray may be needed.



ASCHS Meeting, April 29, 2017

ASCHS Quarterly meeting.... 

ASCHS QuarterlyApril 29, 2017
8:30 Registration 
Total cost: $42.00 per person, which includes $5.00 for tours, $35.00 plus 20% gratuity
Deadline Tuesday, April 25, at 4:00 pm,
Make a check payable to ASCHS and mail to:
ASCHS c/o The Gardiner Foundation148 E. Montauk Hwy, Suite 1, 
Hampton Bays NY 11946 (631) 594-3990
9:00 Welcome – Terry Blitman, Executive Director 
Long Island Maritime Museum- Main Building88 West Avenue ~ 
West Sayville, NY 11796 ~ (631) HISTORY
SMALL CRAFT BUILDING
More than 30 sail & powerboats are housed in what was once a W.W.1 US Navy seaplane hanger. On display are iconic catboats by Gil Smith, the one-design Narrasketuck by Wilbur Ketcham, the Herreshoff 12 1/2 and many others.
THE BAYMAN’S COTTAGE
This cottage is decorated inside and out with original architecture and furnishings making it totally realistic living quarters, just like the abundant cottages on Long Island used by baymen in the late 1800’s.
FRANK F. PENNEY BOAT SHOP
Originally constructed in Center Moriches, this is one of nine historic buildings on the grounds. You can visit all of them when you’re here.
William Rudolph Oyster House 
The oysters of the east coast, known as the American or Eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginiaca, propagate natururally in select areas where the salinity, temperature, food supply and bottom are in favorable balance. Life Saving Exhibit on View
Lunch: 12noon
Bluestone Tavern21 Montauk Highway, West Sayville, NY 11796 
(Occupancy Max 52) * 10 to 12 stairs to the dinning room at this location
Menu 
SALAD COURSE
Host Choice of One
House Salad: Mesclun Greens, Cherry Tomatoes and Cucumbers Tossed in Citrus Vinaigrette Classic Caesar Salad: Hearts of Romaine, Garlic Crostini, Shaved Parmesan Cheese, Classic Caesar Dressing
ENTRÉES
French Breast of Chicken
Applewood Smoked Bacon, Fresh Mozzarella, Sautéed Baby Kale, Apple Demi Glaze
Wild Salmon
Pan Seared with Tomato Mango Chutney
*Chicago Style Ribeye 14 oz
Cabernet Demi Glace
SIDES
Host Choice of Two
Herb Roasted Red Bliss Potatoes Mashed Potatoes
Grilled Asparagus Creamed Spinach Seasonal Vegetable
Chicken fingers with choice of Carrots or French Fries Pasta with Butter or Marinara Sauce
DESSERT
Host Choice of One
Occasion Cake, Cheesecake Or Chocolate Flourless Cake
BEVERAGES
Fountain Sodas, Assorted Juices,
Freshly Brewed Regular and Decaffeinated Coffee & Hot Tea


Tom Edmonds, Executive Director
Southampton Historical Museums and Research Center
PO Box 303/17 Meeting House Lane
Southampton, NY 11968
(631) 283-2494

April 9th Meeting, 2017

This month's General Membership meeting will be held on 
Sunday, April 9, 2017
at 2:00 
at the Bayport Blue Point library. 

The guest speakers for this meeting will be BHA members; Gene Horton and Jim Connell
The featured presentation for this meeting was developed in the 1990's as part of a New York State initiative to designate historic zones in towns and villages. 

The project stalled due to lack of State funding but Jim, Gene and other BHA members produced an excellent array of photos and written details about the old homes of Middle Road in Bayport. 
Come on down to the BBP Library and learn about the historic homes of your local neighbors and friends. 
Hope to see you there!
   
Bayport Heritage meetings are in the 
Community Room of 
the Bayport-Blue Point Library.

Please note the time for each. Refreshments are always served.

Please use the Madison Street parking lot
Thank you!

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Click here for the complete April newsletter!


March Newsletter

You can see the complete
Bayport Heritage Association 
Newsletter for March here: 

Meeting: Saturday, March 4, 2017

General Membership Meeting 

This month's General Membership meeting will be held on 
Saturday March 4th 
at 2:00 
at the Bayport Blue Point library. 

*Please note. This is a  Saturday. 

St. Patrick's Day Parade

St Patrick's Day Parade 

Calling all Victorian Leprechauns!

Save the date! On March 12th, 2017 at 11:00, The Bayport-Blue Point Chamber of Commerce will be sponsoring its annual St. Patrick's Day parade! Now in its 27th year, the Chamber Committee has selected Karl Auwaerter of Bayport Flower Houses as it's Grand Marshall for 2017! 

All BHA members are encouraged to march in the parade to show their support of the Association and our community. If you would like to join us, please email Bbphistorical@gmail.com or call 631-472-4625 for more details.

Meeting: February 12, 2017


Did You Know This About Long Island?


The February general membership meeting will be held at the Bayport Blue Point Library
on 
February 12th, 2017 starting at 2:00. 

The presentation will be by Noel Gish local historian and author.

This talk is a light hearted look at the rich history that is Long Island. Through an examination of the men and women who have lived and worked here we get to see how this island fits into the fabric of our nation's history. From the island the Native Americans called "Paumanauk" to the island the English simply called "Long", the island people have left a past of which we can be very proud. 

Long Island has signers of the Declaration of Independence, visits by Washington, Jefferson and Madison. 
There are others who have passed through our towns and villages . 
Marconi, Edison, Whitman, Wyandanch, Tachapusha, Jupiter Hammon, Harriet Quimby, Teddy Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, Josiah Warren, Glenn Curtis, Nathan Hale , Goodie Garlick and Leroy Grumman are just few who have walked this island before us.
Join us for this informative and interesting presentation!




Happy New Year 2017!


Happy New Year! 

We would like to wish a Happy Healthy New Year to all of our members. It is with sincere gratitude we say 'Thank You' to our many volunteers who continue to keep the history of Meadow Croft and the important work of preservation alive in our community. 
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Christmas At Meadow Croft 
On December 3rd and 4th hundreds of people and families came out to enjoy Christmas at Meadow Croft. Chairperson Leann Berg was so pleased with the turnout and the support from the many, many volunteers and our charitable vendors who donated items for our raffles. Meadow Croft was warm and inviting as sounds of the holidays drifted through the rooms courtesy of volunteers who played holiday classics on the Roosevelt piano. Old St. Nick was available for photos and hot chocolate and cookies tasted perfect! 
Thank you again to our many volunteers and donors and we look forward to next year where the theme will be Silver and Gold!


General Membership Meeting 


Sunday, January 8th 2017
Bayport Blue Point Public Library- 2:00pm

South Shore's Gilded Age, Presented by Chris Kretz



The South Shore's Gilded Age looks at the development of the Island's original Gold Coast, a stretch of great estates and private preserves clustered around Islip through the second half of the 19th century. Chris will highlight some of the colorful personalities and lost mansions of this period in history.
Chris Kretz is an academic librarian and local history podcaster who has been researching the south shore of Long Island since 2005. He is the co-author of Oakdale from Arcadia Publishing and sits on the board of the Long Island Radio and Television Historical Society as well as the Oakdale Historical Society. 
Chris Kretz is co-host and producer of the Long Island History Project, a podcast that features interviews with historians, librarians, collectors and others interested in Long Island history. He is also the head of Stony Brook University's Southampton Library.



Nominations for BHA Board of Directors 
The nominating committee is developing a slate of members for the 2017 board. There are several seats open; including Vice President and 2 directors. Any current BHA member may serve on the board. It requires only one meeting per month. If you would be willing to serve for the 2017 year, please contact John Amato at johnfamato@optonline.net. 




We are also looking for members to serve on various committees throughout the year. You can work from home! If you have a particular skill or interest (house tour, special events, light clerical and organization) please contact us at BBPhistorical@gmail.com. 

Historic Plaque 
The BHA is committed to placing other historic plaque in our community similar to the one located on Middle Road in front of John Ellis Roosevelt's Meadow Croft Estate. 

Our next project is to place a historical marker at Bayport's first post office and train station, which is currently owned by the Ruddy brothers, houses their real estate business and is located on the north side of the tracks on the east side of Bayport Ave. This building is one which needs preserving and highlighting as one of our local treasures. William B. Arthur moved this building to its current location from Blue Point Ave. in 1869. He lived in the building and ran a general store, post office and was the first station agent. 
The new plaque has arrived and BHA will hold a ceremony in the spring to celebrate placement of this historic marker. We have worked closely with the Town of Islip historian, George Muckenbeck, to ensure that all historic information is accurate. Stay tuned! 



Docents needed 
If you have an interest in Bayport History and would like to volunteer some time to provide a guided tour of Meadow Croft: WE NEED YOU! The association is in need of docents. It requires very little time, less than two hours a day, two days a month from June through October. You will shadow one of our current knowledgeable docents to learn the rich history of Meadow Croft before you will lead a tour on your own. If this sounds like something you may be interested in, please call Harriet Mihlstin at 631-472-2118. 

Membership 
Membership for 2017 is now due. The rates have not increased from last year:
Family $25.00
Individual $15.00
Seniors $10.00



Payment can be made by mailing a check to:
Bayport Heritage Association
P.O. Box 4
Bayport, NY 11705
Please include your name, address, phone number and email address. You can also pay in person at our next General Membership meeting to be held at the Bayport BluePoint Library on January 8th 2017 at 2:00. 

We hope to see you there!


Get involved!


Nominations for the BHA Board of Directors 
The nominating committee is developing a slate of members for the 2017 board
There are several seats open, including Vice President and 2 directors. 
Any current BHA member may serve on the board. 
It requires only one meeting per month. 
If you would be willing to serve for the 2017 year, please contact 
John Amato at johnfamato@optonline.net. 


Volunteers Needed
We are also looking for members to serve on various committees throughout the year. You can work from home! If you have a particular skill or interest (house tour, special events, light clerical and organization) please contact us at 
BBPhistorical@gmail.com. 

Docents Needed 
If you have an interest in Bayport History and would like to volunteer some time to provide a guided tour of Meadow Croft: WE NEED YOU! 
The association is in need of docents. It requires very little time, less than two hours a day, two days a month from June through October. You will shadow one of our current knowledgeable docents to learn the rich history of Meadow Croft before you will lead a tour on your own. 
If this sounds like something you may be interested in, please call 
Harriet Mihlstin at 631-472-2118. 

Our Future plans 
House tour: Although we just completed our successful Autumn House Tour, we are planning ahead! We are always on the lookout for beautiful and historic homes in the Bayport or BluePoint area. 
If you would like to be considered for this event for next October, please email us at BBPhistorical@gmail.com.

Gardeners 
The beautiful gardens at Meadow Croft are asleep for the winter but we are looking for volunteers to plant and maintain them come spring. Use your "Green Thumb" skills for some community service. Email us at BBPhistorical@gmail.com.

Membership 
Membership for 2017 is now due.
 The rates have not increased from last year:
Family $25.00
Individual $15.00
Seniors $10.00

Payment can be made by mailing a check to:
Bayport Heritage Association
P.O. Box 4
Bayport, NY 11705

Please include your name, address, phone number and email address. 
You can also pay in person at our next General Membership meeting to be held at the Bayport BluePoint Library on January 8th 2017 at 2:00. 
We hope to see you there!

BHA is "Going Green" 

The Bayport Heritage Association would like to send you all information from now on by email or by posting on our Facebook page. All newsletters and flyers from the BHA starting in January of 2017 will be emailed to you. A few hard copies will be placed in the BBP Library. 
The benefits of utilizing available technology to decrease consumption of our world's raw materials as well as enhanced communication are only a couple of the important benefits that this will support. Of course, some mailings will still need to occur. If you know of someone who would like to be added to our email list please email us at bbphistorical@gmail.com


For more information: 
 BBPhistorical@gmail.com

631-472-4625 
bayportheritage.blogspot.com

 
We wish you joy, peace and good health for the New Year! 

Christmas Committee Volunteers

Christmas Committee Volunteers are needed!

 If you can help out for this event or if you have a display that fits the theme and would like it to be displayed, 
please call our chairperson 
Leann Berg at 631-235-1702.

Holiday decorations will be raffled off. 
Raffle tickets will be sent to all BHA members soon in the U.S. mail. 
Please mail the ticket stubs and donations to 
Bayport Heritage Association 
P.O. Box 4, 
Bayport, NY 11705 
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The Event: December 3rd and 4th, 2016

A Candy Cane Christmas. 

Magnificent Dutch, Victorian and Edwardian Christmas decorations, vintage clothing and a special visit from St. Nicholas! Special exhibits for 2016. 
The Roosevelt's grand piano will fill the home with music for the season. 
Cost: $5.00 per adult, $3.00 for seniors and children up to age 12. 

Meeting, November 6th, 2016

Generall Meeting:
Sunday November 6th 2:00
 Bayport Blue Point Public Library

"Haunted Mansions of Long Island" 
presented by Monica Randall, 
guest speaker and best-selling author. 
Monica shares amazing true stories of spectral beings. 
Learn about some of LI's most intriguing manor houses, with their labyrinths of secret passageways, hidden chambers, deserted tunnels and the mysterious events that surround them. 
Fact is stranger than fiction!


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Mark Your Calendars for the Annual Christmas Event!
December 3rd and 4th, 2016

Christmas at Meadow Croft 
Join us for an old-fashioned Christmas at Meadow Croft! This year's theme is 
A Candy Cane Christmas. 
Mark your calendars for December 3rd and 4th, 2016 from 12:00-4:00. 

Magnificent Dutch, Victorian and Edwardian Christmas decorations, vintage clothing and a special visit from St. Nicholas! Special exhibits for 2016. 
The Roosevelt's grand piano will fill the home with music for the season. 
Cost: $5.00 per adult, $3.00 for seniors and children up to age 12. 

Christmas Committee Volunteers needed- 
If you can help out for this event or if you have a display that fits the theme and would like it to be displayed, please call our chairperson Leann Berg at 631-235-1702. Holiday decorations will be raffled off. Raffle tickets will be sent to all BHA members soon in the U.S. mail. Please mail the ticket stubs and donations to BHA P.O. Box 4, Bayport NY 11705. Thank you!


Autumn House Tour, October 23, 2016


Don't miss this amazing, fund-raising event!


The Bayport Heritage Association 29th Autumn House Tour
Read more about it here on the Suffolk county News
Sunday, October 23st 2016, 1pm-5pm.
 Tickets are $25 per person and all proceeds go to the Bayport Heritage Association.
Tickets at the following locations:
              Country Junque on Middle Road
              Bayport Flower House
              Bayport-Blue Point Library
Historical and unique homes, in Bayport and Blue Point, are featured including the 
Roosevelt Estate at Meadow Croft.

Antique cars will be on display at all locations.

Refreshments will be served at the Meadow Croft estate, 299 Middle Road.

Limited Tickets are available!

Update:

The Autumn House Tour 


Thank you to all who attended our 29th Annual Autumn House Tour. It was a beautiful day and a successful event! Special thanks to our volunteers, including vendors who donated items, displayed antique cars and of course, our planning committee. Thank you to Country Junque, Bayport Flower Houses, and the Bayport Blue Point Library for selling tickets. A HUGE thanks to our hosts for the day; Andrew and Kate Hanley, Craig and Jen Scannevin, Paul and Barbara Wright, Gene Horton, Ed and Ginny Metzendorf and William and Lisa Kruger. If you would like to be considered for the house tour next year or would like to volunteer, please reach us at 631-472-4625 or bbphistorical@gmail.com.

Meeting October 9th, 2016

GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING: 
Sunday October 9th 2016 at 2pm in the 
Bayport Blue Point Public Library. 

Gene Collora presents: The Other Long Island Railroad 

Gene has written two books and has had many of his photographs appear in books focusing on railroads of the Northeast.  
He was a featured photographer in the 2006 Center for Railroad Art & Photography/New York Transit Museum exhibit, 
“Many Hands: Representations of Railroad Workers” 
showing at Grand Central Station, New York City, and at the Railroad Museum of Long Island. 
He is an active speaker and lecturer having presented photo journals for railroad organizations and historical societies throughout the United States and Canada.

October 2016 Events

October 8, 2016-CAR SHOW
Ramblin with the Roosevelts” 
Saturday, October 8th, 11am-4pm at 
Meadow Croft 299 Middle Road, Sayville. 
$5.00 entry or $10.00 a car load. Bringing the early autos back to Meadow Croft Estate. 
Antique Cars, Food, House Tours, Games and Family Fun.
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October 23, 2016
The 29th Autumn House Tour
Tickets go on sale Oct. 8th
You can purchase tickets for $25.00 each at 
Bayport Flower House
Country Junque, or 
Bayport Blue Point Public Library.

September 2016 Meeting

GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING: 
Sunday September 11th  2016
2pm-4pm 

“Hotels and Boarding Houses, the good old summer time in Blue Point”: 
Gene Horton, will talk about life in Blue Point in the early 1900s. 
Hotels, restaurants and boarding houses were numerous in Blue Point at that time. Who stayed there? Where did they go? 
Mr. Horton, Bayport/ Blue Point's own historian will fill us in on their history. 

Presented at the Bayport- Blue Point Library, 2pm