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PLEASE NOTE:
Starting points will be provided after tickets are purchased.
All walking tours will proceed rain or shine.
Space is limited.


Garden City: One of Our Nation’s First Planned Communities

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1:00PM – 3:00PM
Garden City preservationist, Brian Pinnola will lead visitors down wide, tree-lined streets discussing some of the earliest buildings and planning schemes devised by visionary A.T. Stewart in the 1860s in an effort to create a new type of suburban community.


East Hampton: From Picturesque 17th Century Farming Community to 20th Century Seaside Resort

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1:00PM – 3:00PM
Historian, Richard Barons will explore the evolution of East Hampton’s architectural heritage with a tour that includes the recently reinterpreted Home Sweet Home, the ongoing restoration of the Thomas Moran Studio, and a rare opportunity to access a private East Hampton residence.


Northport: 150 Years after Edward Lange’s Lower Main Street View

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1:00PM – 3:00PM
Referencing Edward Lange’s 1880 painting of the quiet rural beauty of Northport’s downtown, historian Dan Sheehan will lead a tour of those same streets discussing the artist’s work and imagining life in a pre-automotive age.

NOTE: Due to a change in his schedule Dan Sheehan will not be able to give this tour. Fortunately, his colleague, Steven King (Northport’s Village Historian), has volunteered to take us through the village.