Tuesday, January 14, 2020
The Joseph N. Goff House Museum board of directors seeks new volunteers! The museum is located in the historic East Hampton Village Center, 2 Barton Hill Road, and stands as proud testament to our community's cultural, civic, and architectural heritage. Our facilities invite and support a wide variety of cultural and enrichment programs aimed at adding quality and depth to community life including an annual summer concert series featuring Connecticut musicians and the Top 10 Student Award Program, which honors our town's top 10 high schoolers. The facility also houses artifacts and memorabilia of Connecticut's 84th Governor and East Hampton native son, William A. O'Neill and annual exhibits on town history.
Please join us in bringing free musical performances to the Village Center and supporting the historic, arts and cultural initiatives in our community. For more information contact Dean Markham, 860-918-4400 or Melisssa Pionzio, 860-993-5311.
The Joseph N. Goff House seeks individuals, local businesses and organizations to help sponsor the annual Joseph N. Goff House Gazebo Music Series, which takes place six Thursdays during the summer at the Center School Gazebo in the East Hampton Village Center. Sponsors will be listed by donations level, Soprano and Alto, $150 and $75; Tenor, $50; Bass, $25 in promotional materials and posters displayed around town and handed out at concerts. The Joseph N. Goff House is a nonprofit organizations and donations are tax deductible. New members to the board are welcome! 860-205-7376 for information. Donations can be mailed to The Joseph N. Goff House, c/o Melissa Pionzio, 61 Smith St., East Hampton, CT 06424.