History, Museums

The Old Train Depot on the Move!

Over the years, the old Lindenhurst depot station house, seen above in Winter of 1968, became run-down and neglected. When it was decided to raise the tracks, the depot was doomed and slated for demolition, along with the other station… Continue Reading…

History, Museums

A New Depot for a New Century

The new bay window on the front of the station house. Next time: “The Later Years”. Also, don’t forget to register for our monthly Zoom presentation “Zooming Through Lindy History” on the Library Website https://lindenhurst.librarycalendar.com/. The next installment is “Houses… Continue Reading…

History, Museums, Research

Theodore Roosevelt: The President from Long Island

One of the most famous presidents in the history of our country, Theodore Roosevelt stands as a giant and not just as a face on Mt. Rushmore. The 26th president of the United States held the reins of power during… Continue Reading…

Museums, Staying Home

Virtual Museums

With Museums being shut down due to the COVID outbreak, many are supplying online exhibits, virtual walking tours, and digital interaction with their collections. Below is a list of some of the options out there which will be updated as… Continue Reading…

Museums, Staying Home, Travel

The Big Apple

For me, living near New York City has always been a great way to experience the culture and attractions of the Big Apple! A perfect trip for Spring, when we no longer have to quarantine … would be to visit… Continue Reading…

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