Long Island Historical Societies: Quarterly Meeting, Water Mill / 3.16


Water Mill 
ITINERARY L.I.H.S. QUARTERLY MEETING

Saturday, March 16, 2019

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RSVP by Saturday, March 9, 2019

Write: a $45 check made out to the L.I.H.S.

Include: meal choice Nos. 1, 2 or 3 in the memo of the check.

Mail to: L.I.H.S., c/o Suffolk County Historical Society
300 W. Main St., Riverhead, NY 11901

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STOP ONE: Watermill Center, 39 Watermill Towd Road, Water Mill, NY 11976

(631 726- 4628)

 

9:00 – 9:15 am: Registration and light refreshments (Watermill Center)

9:20 am : Welcome Elka Rifkin, Director of the Watermill Center

9:30 am – 10:45am Tour Begins

 

The Watermill Center: Searching for a new artistic base and incubator for his work, theater director Robert Wilson found a former Western Union research facility in 1986. Abandoned since the 1960s, the building, on the outpost of the Shinnecock Reservation in Water Mill, NY, was in terrible condition, but it had the potential he had been looking for. The building also had a storied history as it was the site where the stylus for the first fax machine had been developed.

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STOP TWO: Parrish Art Museum, 279 Montauk Highway, Water Mill, NY  11976

(631-283-2118)

 

11:30 – 12:45 Tour

 

Early Years: The Art Museum at Southampton

Samuel Longstreth Parrish (1849-1932) was born into a family of prominent Philadelphia Quakers and educated at Harvard College, where he first developed his taste for the Italian Renaissance. Parrish began collecting art seriously in the early 1880s, shortly after moving his successful law practice from Philadelphia to New York. During these same years, he regularly visited his family home in Southampton. The village, then as now a popular summer resort, quickly caught his interest and before long he became actively involved in its affairs.

 

LUNCH: Parrish Art Museum, $45 please choose one entrée

 

1:00pm Lunch includes mixed green salad & desert platter

 

Pick one

1. Garden Vegetable Lasagna

Our garden vegetable lasagna is full of delicately sautéed zucchini, yellow squash, mushrooms, fresh spinach, garlic and fresh basil.

2. BBQ Chicken Breast Made with House-Made BBQ Sauce

French-cut chicken breast grilled and tossed in our famous, housed-made barbecue sauce, then slow roasted until fall-of-the-bone delicious.

3. Roasted Canadian Salmon with Fresh Herbs, Lemon, Wine & Olive Oil

Heart-healthy, Canadian farm-raised, whole salmon filet perfectly roasted and topped with a light, summery lemon, wine and fresh herbs sauce. 

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