Events

The Culper SpyMort Künstler signs books & prints from his new book, The New Nation: The Creation of The United States in Paintings & Eyewitness Accounts, including two images for Raynham Hall.

Sunday, October 12, 2014.

This event is free & open to the public from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

 

 

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Spies, Spooks & Spirits: A Victorian Halloween at Raynham Hall Museum

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Flaunt your best costume & have a frightful night in our haunted house. Join us on our Victorian Halloween Party! We have food, drinks and surprises! Call the museum for more details at 516-922-6808

 

 

Halloween Hullabaloo! 

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Join us for our annual Halloween party for children under a spooky tent. Fine feathered friends from The Volunteers for Wildlife in Locust Valley will make an appearance .  Come be greeted by owls and ravens!  Be entertained  by a storyteller and singer-songwriter who will tell tales of the holiday’s origins!  Decorate your own pumpkin.  $10 per child.  Seats are limited. Please call the museum for advance reservations at 516-922-6808.

 

 

 

The Founding Friends: The First 20 Years of Raynham Hall

1950-1970

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June 1 through November 30, 2014

Imagine the early days of Raynham Hall Museum, when the building had just been saved from neglect and possible demolition by a group of determined and activist preservationists. That is the subject of our new exhibition, which explores the early stages of the Museum’s development and the group of (mostly) ladies who made it happen.  Visitors will see rarely exhibited early photographs of the building and of these remarkable women. 

The Art of History: A Colonial Re-enactment with the Huntington Militia 

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REV-UP with Raynham Hall and our friends in the Huntington Militia for a Revolutionary War encampment and re-enactment. Muskets will be “fired!” Besides a military drill, visitors will be treated to a Colonial cooking demonstrations, historic games, and free ice cream!  Bring the kids to this family-friendly event! Free Admission and refreshments for all. Call for more information 516-922-6808.