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Silent Auction, Halsey House Gala by Anthony ZutterSouthampton, N.Y. – On Saturday, July 7, between 5:30 and 8:00 pm the Southampton Historical Museum will celebrate the Summer of Love at its annual Halsey House Gala. This neighborly lawn party "Be-In" takes place at Southampton’s oldest home - The Thomas Halsey Homestead, established in 1648 by one of our founding families. Attendees to the 2018 Summer of Love fundraiser will enjoy sunset cocktails amid a colonial landscape and newly restored herb garden.

I LOVE NY Logo - stackedLong Island's First State Vacation Cottages Now Open

Jones Beach Boardwalk Café to Open This Summer 

New Entrance Plaza and Improved Facilities at Sunken Meadow State Park 

Robert Moses State Park Now Features Overnight Boating Opportunities 

Trail Access at Napeague State Park for First Time in 40 Years 

View Improvements Here

May 23, 2018 – Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced more than $50 million in improvements and new opportunities at state parks across Long Island heading into Memorial Day weekend.

Linden (photo by Tom Edmonds)Saturday, June 2, 2018

House Tour: 1pm - 4pm & Reception: 4:30pm - 6pm

Southampton, N.Y. – From a lakefront gabled home to a recently renovated the turn-of-the-century residence, the Southampton History Museum's ninth annual "Insider's View" house tour on Saturday, June 2, will offer a unique opportunity to enter and admire a few of Southampton's most extraordinary architectural gems. Attendees will have a rare chance to view stunning interiors furnished with flair, whether the owner favors a high-style contemporary look, classic elegance or an eclectic approach that reflects the personal style of a connoisseur.

Excelsior PR logoA World-Class Sports and Entertainment Destination at Belmont Park

New York Arena Partners Selected as Winning Bid for Redevelopment of Belmont Park; Internationally Recognized Destination Will Feature 18,000-Seat Arena, 435,000-Square-Foot Retail and Dining Village, and New Hotel

New Gateway to Long Island Will Strengthen Regional Economy, Drive Tourism and Stimulate Local Businesses

$1 Billion Project Expected to Create Over 3,100 Permanent Jobs and 12,300 Construction Jobs

Renderings of the new Belmont Park Available Here

December 20, 2017 - Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today unveiled the 10th proposal of his 2018 State of the State: Bringing the New York Islanders home to Long Island with a world-class, year-round sports and entertainment destination at Belmont Park.

Excelsior PR logoRestored Marine Dining Room, New Recreational Offerings and Bold Entrance Signs Are Latest in Park Revitalization

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the latest round of improvements at Jones Beach State Park to transform and reinvigorate the public space as part of a $65 million overall revitalization initiative. Park improvements totaling $8.8 million, include reopening the historic Marine Dining Room, opening a new East Games Area, and creating the new "Welcome to Jones Beach" monuments to attract more visitors and support the growing Long Island economy. The revitalization of Jones Beach State Park is part of the Governor's NY Parks 2020 Plan a multi-year commitment to leverage $900 million in private and public funding for State Parks from 2011 to 2020.

Excelsior PR logoVisitors Now Have Access to One Mile of Pristine Undeveloped Beach
Part of the Governor’s NY Parks 2020 Initiative to Expand Access to Outdoor Recreation

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the grand opening of new $4.5 million visitor facilities at Hallock State Park Preserve in Suffolk County. The new facilities provide public access to the 225-acre park on the North Fork of Long Island for the first time since the park was acquired by the state in 2003. As part of the Governor’s NY Parks 2020 initiative, this project is helping to revitalize the state park system and expand access to outdoor recreation.

Little Dancer - DegasSouthampton, N.Y. – In 2004, a plaster cast of Edgar Degas’ “Little Dancer” was discovered in the closet of a now defunct foundry outside Paris. For Gregory Hedberg, an eminent art historian and Southampton resident, the discovery was a revelation. What he saw in the sculpture of the 14-year-old dancer was the answer to a question that had long puzzled him: Why did Degas’ sculpture of this little ballerina, which had created a sensation in 1881 when it was hailed in Paris as revolutionary, appear to have had no immediate influence on modern sculpture?…

2017 Southampton House TourSaturday, June 3rd, 2017

House tour: 1pm - 4pm  &  reception: 4:30pm - 6pm

Southampton, N.Y. – From a secluded, spacious and spectacularly chic oceanfront home to a traditional dwelling in the heart of the village, the Southampton Historical Museum's eighth annual "Insider's View" house tour on Saturday, June 3, will offer a unique opportunity to enter and admire a few of Southampton's most extraordinary architectural gems. Attendees will have a rare chance to view stunning interiors furnished with flair, whether the owner favors a high-style contemporary look, classic elegance or an eclectic approach that reflects the personal style of a connoisseur. An early-season highlight on the Hamptons social calendar, the tour is a favorite with design mavens and others who come in search of inspiration and a good time.

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