Closing Ceremony - "Eye of the Beholder"
Oyster Bay Historical Society
Earle-Wightman House and Angela Koenig Center
20 Summit Street, PO Box 297
Oyster Bay NY 11771
Denice Evans-Sheppard, Executive Director
Open to the Public
Tuesday - Friday 10 a.m - 2 p.m.
Saturday 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Sunday 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
or by appointment
Researchers: Please make arrangements in advance
by calling the Society at 516-922-5032 or by email.
*Please note research requests may take up to several weeks to process*
Historical Society News
See Our Events Page for More Details on Our Upcoming Exhibitions and Programming
Walking Tours of Oyster Bay
John Hammond, Oyster Bay Town Historian and published author is scheduled to host a historic walk throughout the hamlet of Oyster Bay.
DATE: September 23rd & September 30th, 2018
TIME: 2:00 PM
TICKETS: $20 per adult and $5 per youth 12-17
The tour will begin promptly at 2:00 PM from the Earle-Wightman Historic House.
ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED AND PLEASE ARRIVE 15 MINUTES PRIOR TO DEPARTURE.
For more details, or to make a reservation, contact the Society at (516) 922-5032 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Bermingham Elementary Time Capsule
Join us Saturday, September 22nd from 1:00 to 3:00 PM for our History Day featuring the contents of the Bermingham Elementary school time capsule from the class of 1963. We invite previous students from the Bermingham Elementary school to attend and view their work and share with us their thoughts on what they believe it would be like in the year 2000 and if any of their thoughts have become reality.
The Earle-Wightman House
The Earle-Wightman House at 20 Summit Street is owned by the Town of Oyster Bay and was operated by the Oyster Bay Historical Society as its headquarters before the opening of the Angela Koenig Research and Collection Center in February 2011. The house is now open to the general public for viewing of its Colonial Room, Minister's Parlor, 1940s Kitchen, and Windfall Gift Shop. Beginning in November 2016, a gallery of rotating exhibitions on Oyster Bay's social and cultural history will complete the first floor's rehabilitation.
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The Angela Koenig Center