NSO Winter Concert

January 13th, 2017

The Northport Symphony Orchestra 10th Anniversary Season continues into 2017, featuring music by two famous composers who sought work outside of their birthplace, to varying degrees of success. George Frideric Handel had a highly successful career in London. The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba sinfonia, from his oratorio Solomon, HWV 67, became so widely […]

Volunteer Spotlight

January 10th, 2017

This month we are highlighting Bob and Darcy Little who have collectively been volunteering at Northport Historical Society for over 30 years! Darcy has been an integral member of our Exhibits Committee and has worked weekly as a docent in the museum gallery. Bob, a history buff, has been a contributing history writer and speaker. […]

Teens Behind the Scenes Program

January 10th, 2017

Do you know of a teen who needs community service hours? We can help! The Teens Behind the Scenes will help put our plans into action! This program is for highly motivated and committed Northport Area youths in grades 7 – 12. Successful applicants are interested in learning about historical societies and museums, but don’t need to […]

The Trolley Returns to Northport

November 23rd, 2016

Have you ever noticed the trolley tracks that run through Northport? They’re all that is left of the trolley that ran from Woodbine Avenue to the Northport Railroad Station from 1902 until 1924. On Sunday, November 27th you have a chance to relive this important part of Northport’s past with a 30-minute guided history tour […]

Gilding the Coasts: Art and Design of Long Island’s Great Estates

November 23rd, 2016

Sunday at the Society Joshua Ruff, Chief Curator at the Long Island Museum Sunday, November 13th @ 2pm While some of the earliest of Long Island’s grandest homes were built after the Civil War, their heyday was from 1890 through the 1920s. The years since World War II and continuing to the present have seen […]

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