Warm Weather Brings Residents Out to Parks, Antiques Sale

Sunday’s warm weather brought Huntington residents out to Heckscher Park and to the antiques sale by the Huntington Historical Society. People strolled paths at the park, accompanied by children and their dogs or played tennis, while other children used the playground, watched the birds at Read More …

Shelf Life: Writing to Connect Future Generations to the Past

Half Hollow Hills High School East senior Jay Nagpal is passionate about history. His resume is filled with major achievements: he founded the Dix Hills-Melville Historical Association; his National History Day project took first place at regionals; and he received the 2019 Brown University Book Read More …

17th Century Burial Ground Walking Tour

 Go on a walking tour of the oldest burying ground in Huntington from the 17th century. Event hosted by the Huntington Historical Society Saturday, Nov. 9 at 4 pm. Explore Huntington’s earliest public burying ground, established soon after the Town’s 1653 founding. You’ll view stunning Read More …

Tour Thursday of the Historic Van Wyck-Lefferts Tide Mill

A guided tour of 18th century tide mill, the Van Wyck-Lefferts Tide Mill will occur on Thursday, from 1:15pm- 2:25pm, hosted by Huntington Historical Society. Tour of the Historic Van Wyck-Lefferts Tide Mill begins with a short boat ride from Gold Star Battalion beach into Read More …

Arts RoundUp: Book Signing, Board Games and Concerts

HuntingtonNow has you covered with live entertainment, visual arts and much more this week. Enjoy fan favorite Mike DelGuidice and Big Shot perform live at The Paramount this Friday, or if you prefer a more casual vibe, draft the latest Magic sets with like minded Read More …

Kids Corner: Early July Events

School’s out and the kids are home. Need some inspiration on what to do? Check out our latest listings of events to come. KIDS WORKSHOPS AND SUMMER CAMPS What: Tow Truck Workshop Where: Home Depot, Huntington When: Saturday July 6th Cost: Free Event About: Together Read More …

Hometown Helper: Irene Sniffin, Huntington Historical Society

This week’s featured Hometown Helper is Irene Sniffin, a longtime Huntington Historical Society volunteer. The Project:  Irene began at the Huntington Historical Society manually indexing the Long Islander from 1839-1862, without any help from computers.  Irene has also assisted, and continues to assist, with genealogical research, cataloging, Read More …

Update: Arts Roundup: From A-Squared Quartet to History Lecture

UPDATE: Because of the impending snowstorm, a  b.j. spoke gallery  reception has been postponed  to Saturday, Jan. 26, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm A concert, and an art exhibit and reception, are among the happenings this week in the Huntington area. What: Jazz After Hours Where: Read More …