Events & Exhibitions
1822 One-Room SCHOOLHOUSE & Early 20th Century SMOKEHOUSE
90 Quogue Street (Quogue Library grounds)
Closed until spring 2022.
114 Jessup Avenue.
The Pond House features exhibitions highlighting Quogue’s 350-plus year history. The Reading Room is filled with books about Long Island and Quogue history, and binders filled with newspaper and magazine articles about Quogue, 1975-2006.
Open by appointment. Please call 631-996-2404 or email@example.com.
All events are free unless otherwise stated.
For more information: 631-996-2404 or firstname.lastname@example.org
January 8 – March 1, 2022
The Art Gallery of the Quogue Library
“QUEEN OF THE HAMPTONS”: Quogue on the Cusp, ca. 1875
Photographs by George Bradford Brainerd from the Brooklyn Museum
Wish You Were Here…
Early 20th Century Postcards of Quogue
from the Collection of the Quogue Historical Society
Quogue’s 1822 Schoolhouse: History & Preservation
A Moment in Time, Photographs of Quogue Village Streets, February 1942
19th Century Figural Glass Flasks and Bottles
Through the Lens of George Bradford Brainerd: Quogue, ca. 1875
Quawquannantucke: Early Settlement
Boarding Houses, the Heyday: 1880-1910
Historic Jessup Avenue: A Tribute
Highlights from the Collection