We are located on Edwards Street, one block south of the Sayville
We are open October through June on the first and third Sunday of the month
from 2 until 4.
The following will take place at Sayville Library at 2:00 p.m. January 5 Chris Bodkin will give a talk about Carl Johnson, who was killed at Pearl Harbor, and Florence Evans, who was killed on VE Day- the first and last days of World War II. January 19 Dave Morrison will present “The History of the Long Island Railroad” February 2 Bruce Kagan will return to talk about “Women’s Rights: The Struggle for the Vote.” February 16 Steve Lucas will tell us about “The History of the Patchogue River and Its Industry”
631-563-0186 or E-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
"The objects of the Society shall be to foster the historical spirit in
thought, study and purpose; to encourage historical research; to disseminate
historical knowledge; and to collect and preserve antiquities of every kind,
as may have been or shall be the products of Suffolk County, and particularly
of Sayville, or any material that may illustrate the history of the