NEWS AND EVENTS

Emer 100th
Dedication 1
Dedication 2
Tea
GINGERBREAD

  SPRING SCHEDULE 2019
AT MUSEUM

APRIL 4       7PM    ROY FEDELEM   "FARMING THROUGH THE AGES"

MAY   2        7PM    MEETING     TBA

JUNE 6       6PM    POT LUCK DINNER  BRING A DISH AND A FRIEND            



COMMUNITY YARD SALE 
SEPT. 22, 2018
The BHS was fortunate to have another day of beautiful weather for the sale. 58 vendors displayed their wares and good crowds visited the sale and the museum all day. Lorrie Mays is pictured with some of the many raffle prizes. The Society realized $2200 on the day, much needed for its expenses. 

MEETING, OCTOBER 4, 2018
The food drive to benefit St. John Nepomucene Food Pantry will continue till the November meeting. Food will be collected at Giunta's on Oct. 27.

Donations are also accepted to the gently used coat drive.

Featured at the meeting was the Heart of Long Island chapter of the Sweet Adelines International. The provided a program of barbershop quartet numbers.
​MEETING, NOVEMBER 1, 2018 
A good number of local residents attended the meeting to hear and speak with Commissioner Shelley LaRose Arkin and Deputy Rob Schneider about LI MacArthur Airport










The Brass Ensemble of Connetquot High School presented its annual concert of Christmas music, much appreciated by BHS members and the families who attended. All enjoyed refreshments, including vanocka, Czech Christmas bread.
DECEMBER 6, 2018
​A VISIT FROM MIKULAS (ST. NICHOLAS)
DECEMBER 8, 2018
MEETING APRIL 4,2019
Roy Fedelem gave an informative presentation on "Farming on Long Island"
Member Lorrie Mays received a 90th birthday bouquet from president Judy 
    Pedneault. Lorrie also received a citation from Islip Town for her civic  
    activities.
The Society will march or ride in the Memorial Day Parade on May 27.
The Society is considering a fund raising breakfast at Applebee's in the
     summer
Members in care facilities: Estelle Baker, Eleanor Eis, Mary Malenovsky,    
     Justine  Vallee