Docents: 

The Association is in need of docents at Meadow Croft. It requires very little time, less than two hours a day, two days a month, June through October. 
If you or someone you know is interested in history, please have them contact Harriet Milsten at 631-472-4625.

Garden Help needed:
Meadow Croft’s heirloom garden is in need of some hands to dig in the dirt. The garden is a replica of the original colonial Revival garden dating back to the early 1900’s. Our new master gardener, Anne Soper, has been hard at work getting the heirloom garden ready for the season, but she can’t do it alone! If you can spare some time and muscle, please call Anne at 631-363-4731.


The 24th Autumn House Tour will take place on
Sunday, October 17, 2010.
1 pm to 5 pm

Tickets, $25, go on sale Friday, October 1st at Country Junque on Middle Road
and the Bayport-Blue Point Library.

Grey Horse Tavern is offering a 10{299d14ba0a1223fbcb8a022fa5c16abf4fa6623db10425cdc48f315665691ede} discount on After-Tour Dinners.
Call for reservations: 631-472-1868

The monthly meeting, October 9th, 2010
will be a presentation and slide show by Gene Horton.
“Sleeping in Suffolk”
Don’t miss this entertaining and informative program!

Heritage meetings are held on the 2nd Saturday of the month
in the Community Room of the Bayport-Blue Point Library.
7:30 pm.
Refreshments are always served.
Please use the Madison Street parking lot. Thank you!

The 24th Autumn House Tour will take place on
Sunday, October 17, 2010.
1 pm to 5 pm
Tickets, $25, go on sale Friday, October 1st at Country Junque on Middle Road
and the Bayport-Blue Point Library.

Grey Horse Tavern is offering a 10{299d14ba0a1223fbcb8a022fa5c16abf4fa6623db10425cdc48f315665691ede} discount on After-Tour Dinners.
Call for reservations: 631-472-1868

General Membership Meeting:  2018

General Membership Meeting

Sunday, May 20th, 2018

2:00pm 

Bayport Blue Point Public Library

The next BHA general membership meeting will be on May 30th at 2:00 at the BBP library. Our speaker will be George Munkenbeck, Town of Islip historian.

The Birth of a Unique Town – Islip
The early history of Islip Town, originally know as Islip Grange, is at best a convoluted story that is not easy to unravel. Much of that has to do with the turbulent times that created Islip and the efforts of its founding families to survive during a time when each message from Great Britain brought news of political change. Join the Islip Town historian for a glimpse into those days that gave birth to a very unique place that if one is aware, the stamp of those founding days can still be seen in boundaries, open spaces, and how the Town developed in later years.

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The Bayport Heritage Association enjoyed the tour of historic Patchogue River, on August 17th 2010. The weather was perfect for the evening cruise by ferry, along the shores of Bayport and Blue Point and then up the Patchogue River. Patchogue historian Pete Berman narrated the river’s history, and Gene Horton and Jim Connell filled in with the local history of Bayport and Blue Point.
The evening was completed with a delicious dinner at Watch Hill on Fire Island. Then we enjoyed the ferry ride back across the Great South Bay to Sayville.
The weather could not have been better! It was an enjoyable evening!
Thanks to everyone who helped with the planning and presentation!
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July Events 2010

Sunday, July 11th
Bayport heritage and the American League of Pen Women are hosting an art exhibit at
Meadow Croft, 1 pm- 4 pm.
There will be artists painting and exhibiting their work as well as poetry readings
on the front porch and lawn.
Bring a chair and join us!


Thursday, July 22nd
Bayport Heritage is hosting a Community Concert in
Bayport Memorial Park gazebo
7 pm- 8:30 pm
Dave Schecher and the L.I. Brass Guild
will be playing under lights. Bring lawn chairs.
Rainy weather will move us to
the Bayport Methodist Church Sanctuary.
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The May meeting is scheduled for Saturday,
May 8th, 2010
Bayport-Blue Point Library, 7:30 pm

National Quilting Association teacher and lecturer
Barbara Arnold
will present her program
“Quilts from the Past”

Refreshments will be served as usual.

Please join us!

Our monthly meeting is at the Bayport-Blue Point Library at 7:30pm on April 10th.
Linda Conron, administrator of the
Sayville Historical Society, will present
“West Sayville Through the Years”
Please join us for this interesting presentation!
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Please mark your calendar for these future dates:
May 15 & 16- Our Yard Sale
May 31- Memorial Day Parade
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