Where we are:
We are located on Edwards Street, one block south of the Sayville
Hours:
Call 631 563-0186 for a tour of the Edwards Homestead.

January 4th   Mark Smith, who is on the Society’s Board of Directors, will bring examples of Long Island’s pottery industry that were made from the early 1800’s until the early 1900s. He has an extensive collection and will talk about the raw materials, techniques used, etc. to create the pottery that was used in local homes for a decade or more.

January 18th   Connie Currie, President of the Society and Historian of St. Ann’s Episcopal Church in Sayville will present the History of St. Ann’s Parish.

Call 631-563-0186 or E-mail sayvillehistorical@gmail.com for  information.

Our Mission:
"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 locality."
 
 

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