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.

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Joseph N. Goff House Open During Jingle Bell Parade Dec. 9

The Joseph N. Goff House Museum - 2 Barton Hill Road - will be open during the annual Jingle Bell Parade in the East Hampton Village Center on Dec. 9 from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. featuring refreshments and a viewing of the museum's current exhibit “The Founding of Chatham - 1767.” 
Admission is free.

Thursday, October 26, 2017



Join us at the Joseph N. Goff House Museum, 2 Barton Hill Road, on Saturday, Oct. 28 for Trick or Treat Main Street! Games and refreshments, candy for the kids! The museum's current exhibit “The Founding of Chatham - 1767” will be on display for your enjoyment.

Monday, July 3, 2017

Joseph N. Goff Houst Hosts Opening Reception for New Exhibit







In Celebration of East Hampton’s 250th Anniversary The Joseph N. Goff House will host an opening reception for a new exhibit titled “The Founding of Chatham - 1767” on Wednesday, July 12 at 5:30 p.m. at the Joseph N. Goff House Museum and Culture Canter, 2 Barton Hill Road, East Hampton. 
Refreshments and lively discussion follows.

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Joseph N. Goff House 2017 Gazebo Concer Series Musical Lineup

The Joseph N. Goff House is please to announce the musical line up of local Connecticut bands for the 2017 Goff House Gazebo Concert Series, held Thursdays evenings at 6:30 p.m. the Center School Gazebo in the East Hampton Village Center on Main and Summit Streets.

The kick-off concert on June 22 will feature members of the East Hampton High School Jazz Band, performing a variety of jazz songs from different genres. Hpyer local entertainment at its finest!


June 29 will feature Jake Kulak & The Lowdown, performing modern and traditional guitar-driven blues and blues-rock.

July 13 will feature The Modern Riffs, performing jazz rock and swing.

July 20 will feature Plywood Cowboy, whose heart-born songs interweave the rich heritage of earthy, country roots with the sentimental poignancy of singer-songwriter traditions.

July 27 will feature Old Dog New Tricks performing a wide range of original songs and interpretations of classic rock and blues songs, roots, alternative, rhythm and blues.

Aug. 3 Don Giroux and the Groove Section - performing a variety of soul, blues and R&B.

Listeners of all ages are welcome to attend and bring picnics and seating. Cub Scouts will sell refreshments and the Goff House board members will have a large birthday card for members of the community to sign in honor of the East Hampton's 250th anniversary.