Wednesday, April 9, 2014

The Joseph N. Goff House Museum invites members of the community to serve as board members.  The Museum, located on the first floor of the building at 2 Barton Hill Road in the historic Village Center of East Hampton, stands as proud testament to our community's cultural, civic, and architectural heritage. Additional board members are needed to help plan cultural and enrichment programs aimed at adding quality and depth to community life. The facility houses artifacts and memorabilia of Connecticut's 84th Governor and East Hampton native son, William A. O'Neill. Planned events for the summer include a gazebo concert series in the village center and exhibits in the museum space, which is also available to rent for small events. Board meetings are held the second Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m.  For information on becoming a board member, call Dean Markham at 860-918-4400.

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