Old Saint Nick has come early to Meadow Croft this year and he has left some wonderful goodies for you!
BBPHA will be raffling off 12 baskets filled to the brimming with all good things. Drawings will be held live on Facebook every Sunday at 7pm starting November 29th – December 20th 2020.
Follow us on Facebook. Our final drawing will include a grand price even if you have already won a basket!
$10 = 13 chances to win!
Christmas At Meadow Croft
While a little more than two months away, The BBPHA is planning our annual Christmas at Meadow Croft. Like many other things this year, this event will look much different than in years’ past. With restrictions on attendance and social gatherings, we are working hard to adhere to these new regulations while still providing a family, fun festive holiday weekend!
Please stay tuned for more details as we get approval for our plans. In the meantime, if you would like to help or volunteer, please give Leanne Berg a call at 631-235-1702.
Last Month for Historical Meadow Croft Tours
October is the last month for weekend tours of the historic John Ellis Roosevelt summer home; Meadow Croft. We thank the many visitors and friends who have visited, supported and have learned a little bit about what summer life was like in the early 1900’s in our community.
This has been an unusual summer season for the BBPHA. The ongoing pandemic has either cancelled or minimized many of the events that we plan and look forward to; no summer concerts, no boat tour, no general membership meetings. We continue to plan and organize hopeful that things will get back to some type of normalcy soon. We have conducted tours at Meadow Croft and the visitors smiles make it all worthwhile!
Please be patient, wear your mask and wash those hands! We hope to see everyone soon!
Our Annual Autumn House Tour has been cancelled
Due to the pandemic obviously, but we’ll try again next year. Please stay safe.
Virtual Summer Solstice Tour
Take a step back in time to Blue Point during the early 20th century. Frank Giebfried is your virtual tour guide through some of the most historic local sites. Thanks, Frank! Stay tuned to the end for a special tribute to the one and only Gene Horton. While we can’t take the tour as a group this year, we’ve included a map for you to use if you would like to take your own tour. Watch it here.