Events

August Events

August 1-31: The Immigration Exhibit, provided by the Long Island Resources Council, will be on display at the library starting August 1st-August 31st. Stop by the library and check it out!

 

August 6: The beloved Fishermans Fair is back @ Ashawagh Hall 9am-3pm

 

August 13th: The Blacksmith Shop will be open from 10am-2pm

 

August 14th: 140 Years Celebration at Springs Community Presbyterian Church 5-7pm

Tickets are $50/Individual-$100/Family and can be purchased by calling: 631-324-4791 or online at www.SpringsPC.org

(Flat shoes recommended)

 

August 20th: E.A.T. In the Hidden Gardens benefit for the Springs Food Pantry from 5-7pm.

Enjoy cocktails and hors d’doeuvres while exploring the gardens.

Tickets $150 each advance sale only

Gate opens 4:30 event 5-7

www. SpringsFoodPantry.com

The Children's Reading Circle continues on Saturdays 10:00 AM Bring your children, grandchildren, or friends

Meet the Authors Night

Wednesday, August 17th at 6pm

@Ashawagh Hall

 

Nanci LaGarenne has lived in East Hampton for thirty-five years. She returned to Napeague from Brooklyn, after working in Montauk in her late teens, with her husband and two sons. She is a former staff member at The Buttery and The Retreat. The bitter end is her third published book. Her others are Cheap Fish and Refuge. She is seeking an agent for her fourth.

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Future events

The Annual Public Meeting for the Springs Historical Society & Community Library | September 13th at 5pm

Save the Date: The Annual Public Meeting will be held on September 13th at 5pm @Ashawagh Hall. Voting for members of the board of trustees will be held during the meeting. Please see the message from our president later in this newsletter.


Art and Archives 2022 exhibition | October 28-30

The theme this year will be "The Heart of Springs"

Immigration in New York State 1650-1950

Starting August 1  for a month

Meet The Author Fall Dates: September 21st & October 19th