13th Annual East Hampton Antiques & Design Show

13th Annual East Hampton Antiques & Design Show

July 19-21 | Mulford Farm

Make room on your summer calendar for our 13th annual East Hampton Antiques & Design Show on July 19-21, 2019 at Mulford Farm.
Honorary Chairpersons: Jonathan Adler & Simon Doonan

Preview Party Friday, July 19, 2019 6-8:30pm Purchase your tickets today!

Show Hours:
Saturday, July 20th 10am-6pm (Early Buying 9am-10am)
Sunday July 21 10am-5pm
$10 admission, $20 for Early Buying; tickets may be purchased at the door

One of the largest shows of its kind on the East End, the Antiques & Design Show will feature over 50 vendors selling everything from antique furniture, to jewelry and textiles, to interior décor items.

Corporate Sponosors: Wilmington Trust and HC&G (Hamptons Cottages & Gardens)
Show managed by Brian Ferguson
We hope you can join us in support of the East Hampton Historical Society’s education and preservation efforts. See you at the show!
For tickets, you may call the office at 631-324-6850 or online here








Antiques Show Preview Party





Ralph Lauren Benefit Sale for the East Hampton Historical Society

Ralph Lauren Benefit Sale for the East Hampton Historical Society

July 20 & 21, 2019

PLEASE JOIN US TO CELEBRATE
THE 13TH ANNUAL EAST HAMPTON ANTIQUES & DESIGN SHOW
AND SUPPORT THE EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY

SATURDAY, JULY 20 & SUNDAY, JULY 21, 2019  10 AM TO 7 PM

RALPH LAUREN AND POLO
31-33 MAIN STREET
EAST HAMPTON

FIFTEEN PERCENT OF THE PURCHASE PRICE OF ITEMS FROM SATURDAY,
JULY 20 TO SUNDAY, JULY 21 WILL BENEFIT THE EAST HAMPTON
HISTORICAL SOCIETY, SERVING THE RESIDENTS AND VISITORS OF
EAST HAMPTON BY COLLECTING, PRESERVING, PRESENTING, AND
INTERPRETING THE MATERIAL, CULTURAL, AND ECONOMIC HERITAGE OF THE TOWN AND ITS SURROUNDINGS.


New Life in Old Houses: Architecture and Desire in East Hampton

New Life in Old Houses: Architecture and Desire in East Hampton

August 8 | 11:00am-2:00pm | Maidstone Club

We are pleased to announce David Netto as our speaker for this year's lecture and luncheon at Maidstone Club described as " A look in three parts at patrician history big and small, daring modern takes, and my own work in what many of us are sure is the most beautiful place in the world."

David Netto, an author and designer of interiors and furniture, presently writes the Case Studies column for Town & Country magazine where he is contributing design editor. His work as a decorator has been published widely in Vogue, AD, ElleDecor, and many books, most recently the PhaidonInteriors book. His articles on design history have appeared in such publications as T and The Wall Street Journal, and he is the author of a book on the work of Francois Catroux. David grew up spending summers in East Hampton and still does, crediting his early years spent riding a bike here with sparking an interest in architecture and storytelling, which go hand in hand as they should.

David Netto, New Life in Old Houses
Junior (40 and under) $150.00 USD
Individual $250.00 USD
Couple $500.00 USD
Table (10 Tickets) $2,000.00 USD
Program Sponsor, Table (10 Tickets) $5,000.00 USD

Mulford Farm Art Programs

Mulford Farm Art Programs

By The Mannix Studio of Art

Calling artists of all ages! Create art at the historic Mulford Farm this summer. Draw inspiration from history and nature and create original art pieces in a plein air setting with East End artist Karyn Mannix.

Programs run throughout the summer, with two options for a day-long session for kids and two four day sessions for adults.  

Visit https://www.mannix.studio/art-in-the-barn
and https://www.mannix.studio/adult
for more details and to register!

Art in the Barn for Kids:
Dates: July 24   /  August 14 
Time: 10am-12pm

Adult Draw/Plein Air
Session 1: July 9, 16, 23, 30  
Session 2: Aug  6, 13, 20, 27  
Time:  9am- 10:30am

Poetry Marathon

Poetry Marathon

Mulford Farm | 5-7:30pm | July & August

Join us this summer for a delightful series of poetry readings at the historic Mulford Barn.

Sunday, July 28: Joan Cusack Handler and Tom Thompson
Sunday, August 4: Local, notable poets

Follow: East Hampton Poetry Marathon on Facebook
For more information contact: ds@sternslavutin.com | 917-319-1229

Historic Cemetery Tour

Historic Cemetery Tour

East Hampton Historical Society

Historic Cemetery Tour
Tuesday, October 29, 2019 5:00pm to 6:00pm
South End Cemetery

Join us for a journey into the history, culture, and families of East Hampton by exploring the historic South End Burying Ground. Village Historian Hugh King will lead you through the South End Burial Ground, sharing stories of notable individuals resting there. Bring your own LED flashlight to help illuminate your way.

Cost is $15 per person and reservations are required, please call (631) 324-6850 or email info@easthamptonhistory.org. Registration begins October 1, 2019

Tour begins at Home Sweet Home Museum on James Lane. Not suitable for children under 12. 18-person limit. Guests must be able to climb steps and navigate uneven, grassy ground. You will be on foot and standing for approximately one hour.

East Hampton Santa Parade

East Hampton Santa Parade

East Hampton Historical Society

Saturday, December 7st 10am-11am

Get into the holiday spirit and look out for our float at this terrific community event!

Check out the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce page for more information.

Lantern Tour #1

Lantern Tour #1

East Hampton Historical Society

Friday, November 8 , 2019
Take a stroll down Main Street as the tales of the historic inhabitants are brought to life. Then, explore five historic buildings--Clinton Academy, Osborn-Jackson House, First Presbyterian Church, Mulford Farm House, and Home Sweet Home--as they were illuminated in days of yore.

The tour will begin at Clinton Academy Museum, rain or shine. Cost is $15 per person and reservations are required. 18-person limit. Call 631-324-6850 to reserve. Registration begins October 1, 2019

Victorian Christmas at the Thomas & Mary Nimmo Moran Studio

Victorian Christmas at the Thomas & Mary Nimmo Moran Studio

East Hampton Historical Society

Saturdays, December 7, 14, 21, 28 | 11:00am - 2:00pm
Admission: $5 per person

Celebrate the holidays with the Morans and visit the Studio decorated for a 19th century Christmas.

Lantern Tour #2

Lantern Tour #2

East Hampton Historical Society

Friday, December 13, 2019
Take a stroll down Main Street as the tales of the historic inhabitants are brought to life. Then, explore five historic buildings--Clinton Academy, Osborn-Jackson House, First Presbyterian Church, Mulford Farm House, and Home Sweet Home--as they were illuminated in days of yore.

The tour will begin at Clinton Academy Museum, rain or shine. Cost is $15 per person and reservations are required. 18-person limit. Call 631-324-6850 to reserve. Registration begins October 1, 2019

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