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Here Ye, Here Ye!

By Town & Country Real Estate, Tuesday, December 03, 2013
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East Hampton Village, one of the oldest towns on Long Island, settled in 1648, embraces its history and goes to extraordinary lengths to engage the public.
December is when the history takes center stage.
This past weekend was the East Hampton Historical Society house tour, a cocktail fund raiser.
The Christmas tree lighting on Town Pond is the next big event, Maidstone Tree Lighting, December 9, then December 13th, Hugh King, East Hampton’s Town Crier, is hosting the annual lantern tour, a walk back in time of preserved properties.
On December 14th there will be a reading of Victorian holiday stories at Clinton Academy Museum at 151 Main Street, at 4pm.
For a mere $15, you can take a 90 minute tour with Mr King and Richard Barons, EH Historical Society Director, to view several historic structures built between 1680 and 1784
Our East Hampton Main Street has been voted one of the most beautiful Main Streets in America.
I’ve always thought it looks like a Norman Rockwell painting all four seasons, but especially when it snows and the skaters are on Town Pond.
I hope you can join us, you’re sure to enjoy the tour!

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