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PROGRAMS PAST & UPCOMING
For more than a decade the Tottenville Historical Society has been organizing and presenting public exhibitions, programs, walking tours and informal discussion groups. 
 


CURRENT
(All programs at the H.H. Biddle House, 70 Satterlee St., Conference House Park, unless noted.)  

Ongoing exhibits: 

Howat Ceramics: A Timeless Legacy
A collection of fine porcelain figurines and home decor items created in Tottenville, 1930s-1960s. 

Alice's Garden 
Reopening in the spring of 2020 of Alice's Garden (terra cotta sculpture garden) with new ornamental sculpture (side lawn). 

UPCOMING

Sat., March 28, 1-3pm               
Welcome Spring! Be Our Guest!
Open House with reopening of Alice's Garden and new exhibition, “80 Years Through the Lens,” featuring vintage cameras and photographs.

Sat., April 18, 1-3pm
Still Waters:  Reflections of a Maritime Community
Opening of new exhibition at the Rutan-Becket House, 6 Shore Rd., Conference House Park.


                                                    


 
We offer highlights of some recent programs and events (click to learn more):
 
 
2nd Annual Holiday Festival of Tradition: Festival of Trees and Festival of Lights (2019)
Light "140" (2019)

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