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Winter Weekends at The Long Island Maritime Museum



Please join us on select Saturdays & Sundays this winter for one of our
informative lectures. 

Coffee & pastries generously provided by Idle Hour Deli of Oakdale.

All lectures begin at 12:30pm.

Free for Museum members; all others suggested donation $10.

Saturday January  30

Our Coastlines Under Siege:  45 Years in this business and nothing has changed

                Lecturer: John Tanacredi

 

Saturday February  6

The Unique Ecology of the South Shore Bay Estuary

                 Lecturer: Lou Siegel

  

Saturday February 13

Travels With Crassostrea Virginica: The Transatlantic, Transcontinental Eastern Oyster

                 Lecturer: Jeff Kassner

  

Sunday February 21

Long Island and the Civil War: Queens, Nassau and Suffolk During the War Between The States*

Book signing to follow.

                  Lecturer: Bill Bleyer

  

Sunday February 28

Designing, Building & Restoring Duckboats

                  Lecturer: Steven Jay Sanford

  

March  6

North Atlantic and North Pacific Ocean Currents with Notes In Bottles

                Lecturer: Harold Stumme

  

March  12   

Speaking the Language of the Sea  (CANCELED, new date April 16)

Lecturer: John Vahey

 

March  19

The Sailors' Art of Tattoos

Lecturer: Cliff White

 

April 2

The Amazing NELLIE BLY!

                  Lecturer: Phil Linker

 

April 10

Great Yachts of Long Island's North Shore

                Lecturer: Robert MacKay 

 

April 16   @  1:30pm

Speaking the Language of the Sea

Lecturer: John Vahey

 

 May 1   @  12:30pm

Brilliant Beacons!

Lecturer: Eric Jay Dolin