History of Long Island Foods
History of the Long Island Railroad
Many fascinating people have made their homes in Great Neck. We continue our exploration of some of these former residents with two beloved philanthropists. Presented by Mary Dehn and Alice Kasten. Come learn about our past!
February 22 - 7:30 - Great Neck House
People of Great Neck -
Saving Historic Structures in Great Neck - Great Neck Parks District
We will concentrate on the Saddle Rock Grist Mill and the Stepping Stones Lighthouse. Program given by Great Neck Historical Society President Alice Kasten
Sunday, February 26, 12:30 - Great Neck House.
This program is free, but you need to register for it. It will be canceled if registration is not high enough.
Robert Sturm has literally written the book about the Long Island railroad. Come hear about its creation, growth, and how that has influenced the growth of Great Neck.
March 23 - 7:30 - Great Neck House
Other events that might interest you
These are sponsored by other Historical Societies, and similar organizations. Please contact those organizations for further details.
Open Meetings of the Board of Directors
All Board Meetings take place at Great Neck House at 7:30PM
Everyone is welcome!
Historical Society Events
Throughout the year the Great Neck Historical Society sponsors movies, talks and other events to share the history of our community. Please come and join us; our events are open to the public.
Scroll down the page to see events sponsored by other organizations.
GREAT NECK HISTORICAL SOCIETY
We probably know about the oyster fishing and duck farming on Long Island, but there was - and is - much more! Tom Barritt has made a study of Long Island foods. Fascinating!
April 19 - 7:30 - Great Neck House