New exhibitions in Village House & the Old Point Schoolhouse
open this coming Saturday, May 28, 2022 @ 11am.

 

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ORDER TICKETS NOW:  Sat., June 18th, 1 to 5pmOysterponds Garden Tour
Experience the sights and scents of a select group of beautiful Orient Village
and East Marion gardens!  Click here for details.

 

SAVE THE DATE: Sat., June 25th, 12 NoonLunch (and recess) at the Schoolhouse
Enjoy a boxed lunch of delicious food from The North Fork Shack, plus Lenz wine, dessert, live music by singer/songwriter and North Fork-favorite Julia King, and much more! Celebrate summer with OHS!  Click here for details.

 

SAVE THE DATE:  Sat., August 6th, 6 to 9pmThe OHS Summer Benefit
Our Signature Event of the Summer returns!  Delicious food & drink, a live and silent auction plus Square Dancing in Poquatuck Park featuring legendary caller Chart Guthrie and the Dance All Night Band. Fun for the whole family!  Click here for details.

 


 

OHS is currently hard at work planning this coming season’s
exhibitions, events, and activities!  For all the exciting details, click
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Exhibitions

Two of OHS’s historic buildings, Village House and Webb House, are filled with period furnishings culled from the Collection.  Click here and here for more info.

Village House Period Rooms

Webb House Period Rooms

 

Programs and Events

Spotlight

2022 Village House Exhibitions

Six all-new Village House Exhibitions for Summer 2022, curated by William McNaught (except where noted):  “Oysterponds at Work (Photography Exhibition)”; “A Maritime Miscellany”; “Works on Paper”; “World War I”; “Primary Sources”; “small”  (Charles Dean, curator).   Click here for detailed descriptions.   Opens on Saturday, May 28th.   Hours are Fridays 2 to 5pm; Saturdays 11am to 5pm; and Sundays […]

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Upcoming

Old Point Schoolhouse Exhibition – Casting a Wide Net: Fishing on the North Fork

A brand-new exhibition in the Old Point Schoolhouse, drawn from OHS’s exceptional collection, explores the dynamic history of fishing in Orient and East Marion, with a focus on the hard work and resourcefulness of those who have harvested our waters, from the people of the Algonquian Nation to today’s Peconic baymen. Will include an examination of the importance of menhaden, […]

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