BROOKWOOD HALL HOLIDAY EVENTS
December 4 - 11, 2014
Deck the Halls Day / Dec. 4th from 3-7 pm
a community event launching the Festival of Trees- a project designed by Islip Town Councilman Steve Flotteron
Children, families, community groups and service organizations will participate in the kick off of the Brookwood Hall Restoration project by decorating Brookwood Hall inside and outdoors in the cobblestone courtyard ...the entryway to the Mansion.
If you or your community group wishes to purchase a tree at $25, please contact
the arts council at the number listed below.
Annual Town of Islip Christmas Parade / December 6th / 2pm
Step off from Brookwood Hall
for the Town of Islip Merry on Main celebration
and Tree lighting at Town Hall
Annual Holiday Book Fair / December 7th –
12 - 4 pm
Islip Art Museum
Over 20 authors will be participating in this event.
Annual Orphans Tree Lighting / December 7th – 7 pm
This annual event is hosted by the East Islip Historical Society and Islip Arts Council to celebrate the Orphans of Brookwood Hall. There will be caroling, presentations, and community members joining in the celebration which is the centerpiece of the week long program of events. The Brookwood Hall mansion was home to over 75 orphans from the late 40s to mid 60s and the tree is a replica of their annual tree.
Kick-Off Cocktail Reception for the
Brookwood Hall Restoration
December 11th – 7 - 9 pm
There will be music, fabulous food and desserts, wine and beer tastings and so much more ....all in Brookwood Hall Mansion. This event is $50 per person and all proceeds go to the Brookwood Hall restoration project. There will be raffle baskets, 50/50 tickets, and many of the decorations will be for sale.
Atlantic Wind Symphony “Holiday Favorites” Concert
December 20, 2014 / 8pm
Sayville Middle School, Johnson Ave. Sayville NY
For tickets call the Islip Arts Council at 631-224-5420
History Exhibit Room, Brookwood Hall
Sponsored by the Islip Arts Council
50 Irish Lane, East Islip
Thurs-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 12-4pm
"East Islip- America's Main Street"
December 1 – March 29
presented by East Islip Historical Society
Exhibit featuring photos and memoirs of East Islip Main Street throughout the decades.
For more information call (631) 224-542