4:00 PM Anne Halsey, published author and blog writer on the history of Southampton, will give an overview at the Rogers Mansion of the Halsey family which traces its lineage to pioneer Thomas Halsey who came to Southampton in 1640. 5:30 PM – A reception follows at the 1683 Halsey House with a talk by Robert Hefner, architectural historian, who will give details of Southampton’s oldest home, which is open to the public. Attendance is limited, to RSVP call 631 283-2494. 7:00 PM – A farm to table dinner with ingredients from Halsey Farm takes place at the Southampton Inn, RSVP 631 283-6500. The talk and reception are $15 for members of the Southampton Historical Museum and $20 for non-members. Dinner is $37.50 per person + tax. (RSVP by July 21 by calling 631-283-6500)
17 Meeting House Lane, 249 South Main Street, 91 Hill Street, respectively.
Southampton, New York 11968