East Hampton Farm Museum Inches Closer To Completion - 27 East

East Hampton Farm Museum Inches Closer To Completion

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Kayden Mulvaney, left, and Skyler Daugherty read their books in the East Quogue reading garden. AMANDA BERNOCCO

Kayden Mulvaney, left, and Skyler Daugherty read their books in the East Quogue reading garden. AMANDA BERNOCCO

From left: Vanessa Parsons stands with her children William, 1, Clara, 3, and Emily, 6, where the garden would be built. AMANDA BERNOCCO

From left: Vanessa Parsons stands with her children William, 1, Clara, 3, and Emily, 6, where the garden would be built. AMANDA BERNOCCO

Bruce Phillips III reads a book in the East Quogue reading garden. AMANDA BERNOCCO

Bruce Phillips III reads a book in the East Quogue reading garden. AMANDA BERNOCCO

Julie Lutz at the community forum about potential school mergers on the East End hosted by the League of Women Voters at the Rogers Memorial Library on Monday. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

Julie Lutz at the community forum about potential school mergers on the East End hosted by the League of Women Voters at the Rogers Memorial Library on Monday. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

author on Mar 11, 2014
Slowly but surely, a small group of tenacious Bonackers is transforming the 1758 Captain Jonathan Barnes House on the corner of North Main and Cedar streets into the Barnes-Lester Farm... more

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