Events & Exhibitions
POND HOUSE (114 Jessup Avenue)
Due to COVID-19, the Pond House is CLOSED until further notice.
1822 SCHOOLHOUSE and Early 20th Century SMOKEHOUSE
90 Quogue Street (Quogue Library grounds)
These historic buildings are CLOSED during the expansion of the Quogue Library and restoration of the Schoolhouse.
All events are free unless otherwise stated.
For more information: 631-996-2404 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Virtual Tours, Talks, Videos, Children’s Activities, Exhibitions Online (and More)
Walking Tour of Historic Jessup Avenue
Pick up a map outside the Pond House and take a guided walk of Historic Jessup Avenue, Quogue’s bustling commercial, cultural, and civic center.
Click here for an online map.
Thursday, July 23, 6 p.m.
Illustrated Talk (Via ZOOM) –
Then and Now: Pictorial Quogue, 1875 & 2020
With Julie B. Greene, QHS Curator and Southampton Town Historian
By the time of his death, in 1887, civil engineer and amateur photographer George Bradford Brainerd had taken 2,500 photographs, mostly urban views of New York City. The ten-plus images Brainerd captured of Quogue in the mid-1870s document a portrait of the Village’s early days, revealing a stark contrast to the Quogue of today. The exhibition Through the Lens of George Bradford Brainerd: Quogue, ca. 1875, is online at quoguehistory.org/qhs-at-home and on view at the Pond House (currently closed).
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Friday, August 7, 6 p.m.
CELEBRATE ART! Benefit Talk (Via ZOOM) & (At-Home) Cocktail Reception
Make a drink, get comfortable, and join us for a look at the art market during COVID-19 and beyond with art historian, dealer, and collector Frances Beatty of Adler Beatty. Adler Beatty is a Fine Art dealership and advisory firm dedicated to guiding both new and experienced collectors through the increasingly complex art market. All proceeds will go directly to funding the Society’s education, collections care, and historic preservation programs. Look for your online invitation in early July.
Saturday, August 8, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
2020 Annual Art Show & Sale on the Village Green
CANCELLED due to COVID-19
The Art Show & Sale, held annually in August since 1975, is an integral part of the Quogue community’s summer schedule, showcasing the work of 25 local artists. It is also the Society’s largest fundraiser.
AT THE POND HOUSE 114 Jessup Avenue / CLOSED until further notice
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.
Quogue’s 1822 Schoolhouse: History & Preservation
Old Schoolhouse Museum, 1949
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