For members only:FIRST BLOOM TEAFriday, June 15th 5:30pmIf you would like to join Bayport Heritage and participatein the "members only" events, please call 631-472-4625 for more information. You can also visit the official websitefor a downloadable membership form, at www.bayportheritage.org and click on "membership" at the top.Annual DuesFamily: $25Senior Citizen: $10Individual: $15The address is: Bayport Heritage AssociationPO Box 4 Bayport, NY 11705________________________________Save these dates:Tuesday, July 31, 2012: Dinner & Boat TripFerry leaves from Sayville, with a tour of Bayport, Blue Point, Patchogue and Bellport from the water. Dinner at Watch Hill restaurant, "The Pier".Cost is $50 per person for ferry tour and dinner.Tickets go on sale, June 22nd.Thursday,...

Company K, 67th NY Volunteer Infantry held a Reenactment Memorial Service for Civil War General, Regis de Trobriand, who is buried in St. Ann's Cemetery.The weather was perfect for the reenactment. ...

 Saturday, May 12th 1pmCompany K, 67th NY Volunteer Infantry will be holding a Reenactment Memorial Service for Civil War General, Regis de Trobriand, who is buried in St. Ann's Cemetery.This will be a Civil War Funeral in his memory.Regis de Trobriand (June 1816-July1897) was a French aristocrat, lawyer, poet and novelist who emigrated at a young age to the United States. During the American Civil War he was a General in the Union Army. You can find out more about the gravesite here, from the "Find a Grave" website.> Click here.Spectators will be directed to park at the parking areas at St. Ann's Church in...

The next monthly meeting of the Bayport Heritage Association will be on Saturday, May 12th at 7:30pm at the Bayport-Blue Point Library.Guest speaker will be Bob McCarthy, a resident of Bayport. Bob will be speaking about his experiences in World War II and will bring his own mementos to share and asks that you bring your own memorabilia.Refreshments are always served....

The Bayport Heritage Associationnow has an official website.Check it out here, by clicking this link:http://bayportheritage.org/...

The next meeting will be on April 14th, 2012Doug Shaw, on the 100th Anniversary of the sinking of theTitanic will discuss our local connection to that fateful day.Bayport Heritage meetings are usually held on the 2nd Saturday of the month in the Community Room of the Bayport-Blue Point Library and start at 7:30 pm.Refreshments are always served.Please use the Madison Street parking lot. Thank you!...

Our next meeting will be Sunday, January 8th at 2pmat the Bayport-Blue Point LibraryJoin us as we welcome back our guest speaker Martha Kolodkin who will presentTHE PRESIDENTS' MOTHERS:THE WOMEN WHO SHAPED THEM-PART IIJanuary and February meetings are held at 2pm the second Sunday of the month.Refreshments are always served.Please use the Madison Street parking lot. Thank you!****Dues for 2012****Time to pay dues for 2012Individual $15Senior $10Family $25Mail checks to: Bayport Heritage AssociationPO Box 4Bayport, NY 11705...

Bayport Heritage Association and the Bayport Memorial Park Board will decorate the Memorial Park Gazebo again this year with a lighted tree, roping and bow, during the first week in December.Please plan a visit to see the lovely holiday scene in our Bayport community....

Next monthly meeting is November 12th, 2011at the Bayport-Blue Point Library Saturday, 7:30. Our guest speaker is Marianne Fulfaro who will present"Hats Through the Ages"~~~Heritage meetings are usually held on the 2nd Saturday of the month in the Community Room of the Bayport-Blue Point Library and start at 7:30 pm. Refreshments are always served. Please use the Madison Street parking lot. Thank you!...

MARK YOUR CALENDARS: “A DUTCH CHRISTMAS AT MEADOW CROFT” Bayport Heritage Association invites all local-area residents to their DUTCH CHRISTMAS AT MEADOW CROFT, which will be held on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 3rd, and 4th, 2011, at the Meadow Croft estate located at 299 Middle Road at Brown’s River on the Bayport Sayville border.Meadow Croft is the 1891 estate of John E. Roosevelt and family. The Roosevelts were, of course, Dutch by ancestry. The house will be decorated in a Victorian/Edwardian motif with beautiful wreaths, poinsettias and greenery magnificently reminiscent of a hundred years ago and tied in...