UPCOMING EXHIBITS & EVENTS

 

Barbie: The Pop-up Exhibit

March 2024

Northport Historical Society Celebrates The History Of The Iconic Doll In Our First Pop-up Exhibit Of 2024! This Northport Collects Series exhibit will celebrate sixty-five years of Barbie with vintage dolls and accessories on loan from local collectors. Explore her journey from the 1959 New York Toy Fair to the 2023 Barbie Movie, and gain insights into her life, fashions, and friends. Curated by Terry Reid with graphics by John DanielloBarbie, The Pop-up Exhibit will be on display March 1st - 31st.


 

Barbie's 65th Birthday Celebration

Saturday, March 9th | 1:30pm

Join Us For A Fun-Filled Afternoon For All Ages As We Celebrate Sixty-Five Years Of Barbie! Education Coordinator Carol Taylor and Marketing & Membership Coordinator John Daniello delve into the origins of Barbara Millicent Roberts and her friends during the Barbie Through The Years & The Forgotten Dolls Of BarbieLand presentation at 2pm.

Kids will enjoy an afternoon of Barbie-themed crafts, take Instagram-worthy photos in our Barbie photo booth, and savor delicious Barbie-inspired cupcakes from Casey Cakes! All children will leave with a $5 Gift Certificate to Einstein’s Attic. Dressing as your favorite Barbie (or Ken) doll is highly encouraged! All Ages Welcome!

Cost: $10 Adult | $5 Child


 

The Society's Annual Pub Nite

Friday, March 15th | 7pm

The Society's Annual St. Patrick's Day Tradition Returns! Start your St. Patrick's weekend with our annual night of Live Irish Music by The O'McSki's Regulars, Dinner provided by The Shipwreck Diner and Drinks. Plus, Curator Terry Reid challenges you throughout the evening with Northport trivia for a chance to win prizes! Ages 21+ Only.

Cost: $60 Society Member | $70 Non-Member


 

Historic Main Street Walking Tour

March 17th | 1:30pm

Learn The History Behind Northport's Business District. Join local historian Dan Sheehan as he weaves the tale of Northport's Historic Business District during this lively walking tour of Main Street. Travel back in time as you hear the stories of the people and landmarks that helped shape Northport, including Jack Kerouac, the Northport Oyster Barons, Rum Runners and the Trolley. All Ages Welcome.

Cost: $7 Per Person


 

A Society Original: Prohibition Pub Crawl

April 13th | 12pm

Northport Historical Society invites you to celebrate the Repeal of Prohibition. Join us as Education Coordinator Carol Taylor takes you on a tour of Prohibition-era Northport while stopping at several local establishments to enjoy refreshments along the way. Dressing In Period Appropriate Attire Is Highly Encouraged! Ages 21+ Only.

Cost: $30 Society Member | $40 Non-Member

Three Crawls Coming This Spring!


 

Historic Main Street Walking Tour

April 21st | 1:30pm

Learn The History Behind Northport's Business District. Join local historian Dan Sheehan as he weaves the tale of Northport's Historic Business District during this lively walking tour of Main Street. Travel back in time as you hear the stories of the people and landmarks that helped shape Northport, including Jack Kerouac, the Northport Oyster Barons, Rum Runners and the Trolley. All Ages Welcome.

Cost: $7 Per Person


 

2024 Benefit: Honoring Artie Glad & Pumpernickels

April 27th | 6pm

Join us at the Northport Yacht Club as we celebrate Artie Glad and 50 Years of Pumpernickels Restaurant. The evening will feature a cocktail reception, dinner, raffle baskets, auctions, and the presentation of The Society's Northport Icon Award to Pumpernickels. Artie Glad will share his personal experiences as the owner of such a prominent business. All Ages Welcome.

Cost: $100 Society Member (Now Available) | $125 Non-Member (Available March 1st)


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