SCHS: Halloween Tea & Talk – Murder on Long Island / November 3

The Suffolk County Historical Society Staff & Board of Trustees cordially invite you to a special event…

Featuring guest speaker
Amy Kasuga Folk
on Murder & Mayhem on Long Island


Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018 – 1:00 pm
RSVP & Prepayment Required by Oct. 26.
631-727-2881 x100

$25 per person includes assorted teas, fancy finger sandwiches, and sweets!

Amy Kasuga Folk, Southold Town Historian and co-author with Geoffrey K. Fleming of Murder on Long Island, will uncover details of the gruesome story of revenge and murder that took place on the Wickham farm in nineteenth-century Cutchogue.

Amy K. Folk is the manager of collections for the Oysterponds Historical Society and the Southold Historical Society. A veteran of the museum world, she is also the Southold Town Historian and is the immediate past president of the Long Island Museum Association. Amy is also the co-author of several award-winning books focusing on the history of Southold.

300 West Main St.  Riverhead, NY 11901



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