Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Goff House Board Thanks Sponsors, Bands and Audience Members

Another Joseph N. Goff House Gazebo Concert Series has been completed this summer, which included six, free, Thursday night concerts at the Center School Gazebo in the East Hampton Village Center. Members of the Goff House Board of Directors would like to thank all the talented bands who provided music, rain or shine, and the faithful audience members who turned out to enjoy the music together.

Donations by audience members during the half time basket collection resulted in monetary donations that will be distributed to Cub Scout Pack 8, The East Hampton High School Music Department, Lydia's Closet, The East Hampton Ambulance Association and the Congregational Church of East Hampton. 

Without the support and sponsorship of many local residents, organizations and businesses, the concert series could not continue. Since the series began, The Congregational Church of East Hampton has been open to concert goers for bathroom use and a rain location. Cub Scout Pack 8 members and leaders sell home made snacks and beverages as a fundraiser for their activities and initiatives. Belltown Graphics produced the design for the 2018 concert publicity posters and post cards, which included artwork created by the late Katherine Berlin, provided by her husband Robert Berlin. 

Chorus Sponsors for 2018 include Fowler's Auto Wrecking BRC, MIMI Design, Nancy & Bill Pope, Paul & Elaine Puzzo, Kevin and Matthew Reich, Village@82Main.com; Alto Sponsors include All About Blinds, The Bernard-Florindo Family, Classic Auto, Higher Grounds at 32 Main, Linda & David May, Nelson's Family Campground; Soprano Sponsors include American Distilling, Anchor Lodge #112 EH Masons, Barber & Associates, LLC, Katherine Berlin - The Art Alcove, DMR Automotive & Performance, East Hampton Lions Club, H2O Equipment Co., The Markham Family, Paul and Sandy's Too, Pizzeria DaVinci Cobalt, Rick's Sugar Shack; Tenor Sponsors include Bernheimer-Lincoln Insurance, Center Package Store, Chatham Wine Thieve, The DeMore Family, Markham Meadows Campground, The Robinson Family, Suburban Sanitation Services, Team Fitness; Bass Sponsors include Kyle and Mary Ann Dostaler, Lucky Goat Butcher Shop, ReNu Hari Studio.

With deep gratitude and thanks, The Jospeh N. Goff House Board - Dean Markham, Debi Rotteck, Jill Walker, Connie Cowles, Melissa PionzIo

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

The East Hampton Arts & Culture Commission's To Host Artist Open House 9/22

Save the date! The East Hampton Arts & Culture Commission's invites East Hampton area artists to an open house on Saturday, Sept. 22 to share ideas and learn more about the commission's annual Open Studio planned for Saturday, Oct. 28. The Sept. 22 Open House will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Joseph N. Goff House Museum, 2 Barton Hill Road. Artists who do not have a studio available to open to the public are welcome to attend to learn about exhibiting options during the event. arts@easthamptonct.org for information.

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Top 10 Students Honored

Congratulations to our Top 10 East Hampton High School Students! Emma Donohue-Valedictorian, Iris Simone-Salutatorian, Bennett Pellegrino, Emma Cook, Jonathan Terry, Cody Goodson, Jackilyn Annelli, Alyssa Talbot, Sean Flatley, Taylor Engel were honored Tuesday during a reception at the East Hampton Library hosted by the Joseph N.  Goff House and the East Hampton Board of Education. Check out their photos and biographies as you enter the library this year!

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Joseph N. Goff House Concert Series Lineup


The Joseph N. Goff House board of directors is pleased to announce the band lineup for the 19th annual Gazebo Concert Series. The concerts are held on Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. in the East Hampton Village Center at the Center School Gazebo.
June 28 will feature Four Barrel Billy performing rockabilly, surf, old school 50s rock 'n roll, 60's pop, swing and honkytonk.
July 5 will feature the East Hampton High School Jazz Band performing classic jazz standards.
July 19 will feature The Modern Riffs performing a combination of jazz, classic rock and swing.
July 26 will feature The Dizzy River Band performing an eclectic mix of original music.
Aug. 2 will feature Seat of Our Pants performing their own eclectic style of folksy music
Aug. 9 will feature Victor Cowles performing classic hits from different eras.

Listeners are welcome to bring seating and a picnic, dogs and children welcome! Local Cub Scouts will be on hand to sell snacks and refreshments.

Sponsors are still needed to support this annual concert series! 860-205-7376 or mail donations to The Joseph N. Goff House c/o Debi Rotteck, 163 Hog Hill Road, East Hampton, CT 06424

Monday, February 19, 2018

Joseph N. Goff House Board of Directors Sought

The Joseph N. Goff House is looking for volunteers to join the board of directors! Meetings held every third Wednesday of the month at the Goff House Museum, 2 Barton Hill Road, at 6:30 p.m. The mission of the Joseph N. Goff House Museum and Cultural Center is to interpret and display the artistic and historical heritage of our area and to provide a place where people of all ages can experience and celebrate the arts and humanities. The Goff House hosts various historical exhibits throughout the year, a Gazebo Concert Series in the East Hampton Village Center and participates in local events such as Trick or Treat Main Street in the fall. Contact Dean Markham, deanmarkham@comcast.net or call 860-860-918-4400 for more information.

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Goff House Board Seeks Donations for Annual Concert Series.

It's that time of year again! The Joseph N. Goff House Museum and Cultural Center in East Hampton is once again asking for the support of individuals, local businesses and organizations to help sponsor the Gazebo Music Series, which takes place on five Thursday evenings in the summer at the Gazebo in East Hampton's Village Center.
This will be the 19th summer that the Joseph N. Goff House, Inc. will put on the Gazebo Music Series, which brings together listeners of all ages in a tranquil, outdoor setting to enjoy a wide variety of musicians and musical genres from jazz, to rock to bluegrass.
Sponsors are listed by donation level - Soprano and Alto sponsors at $150 and $75, Tenor, $50 and Bass, $25 - in public relations efforts and on fliers displayed around town and handed out at the concerts.The Joseph N. Goff House, Inc. is a non-profit organization and donations are tax deductible. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or would like more information on the event, please call 860-205-7376 or mail your donations to The Joseph N. Goff House, c/o Debi Rotteck, 163 Hog Hill Road, East Hampton, CT 06424. Please visit the Joseph N. Goff House Blog at http://goffhouseehct.blogspot.com/ soon for a listing of the 2017 performance schedule.