National
                                Lighthouse Museum
National Lighthouse Museum
www.lighthousemuseum.org
Promenade at Lighthouse Point #200 - PO Box 10296
Staten Island, New York 10301
info@lighthousemuseum.org
Tel. # 718 390 0040
 

Saturday, September 15, 2018 - 11 am - 2 pm  Leaving from Pier 1 
adjacent to the National Lighthouse Museum
200 The
Promenade at Lighthouse Point, St. George (adjacent to the Staten Island Ferry)
Staten Island, NY 10301 - Rain or Shine



     Join the National Lighthouse Museum members and friends for a cruise up the East River and pass through Hell Gate to Long Island Sound. We will cruise as far as Execution Rocks Lighthouse and learn of its gruesome history. This tour leaves promptly at 11:00 am from Pier 1, St. George, Staten Island, adjacent to the Museum. This Three hour cruise with expert presenters sharing little know facts about New York City History and the Lighthouses you will see. Light refreshments available for purchase on board.

Adults $60.00 Seniors $50.00 Children under 10 $40.00
For Information/Reservations - info@lighthousemuseum.org,  lighthousemuseum.org  Tel.# 718 390 0040

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Ocean Frontiers III - A Unique and Hopeful Ocean
Thursday, September 20, 2018
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
National Lighthouse Museum, 200 The Promenade, at Lighthouse Point,
        St. George, (adjacent to the Free Staten Island Ferry), Staten Island NY 10301


Gotham Whale  - NYC own Whale Research and Advocacy Organization , will present, Ocean Frontiers III, a
documentary produced by Green Fire Productions - creating communications tools for Conservation, Sustainability and 
Social Justice. A unique and hopeful ocean film that chronicles the efforts to plan for a healthy, safe and sustainable future.
The film explores the interaction of national security, maritime commerce, fishing and recreation, plus exploring 
industries such as off shore wind energy and aquaculture coupled with scientific discovery and how ocean planning
helps manage and balance all uses of of our ocean to keep it thriving for generations to come.

At the conclusion of the documentary, there will be a panel discussion about the efforts of ocean changes in our 
environment through the  years.

Guests - $10.00       Museum members Free

For info/reservations -  info@lighthousemuseum.org,   lighthousemuseum.org  718-390-0040


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The National Lighthouse Museum in association with the Staten Island
Creative Communiity and Creative PhotoGuild
  will Host the 3rd Annual Lighthouse Point Fest .

Saturday, September 29, 2018  12 PM - 6 PM along the National Lighthouse Museum Waterfront -
       200 The Promenade at Lighthouse Point, St. George, (adjacent to the Staten Island Ferry),
       Staten Island, NY 10301   Lighthouse Museum Admission during the Fest is Free.

Local Arts and Crafts Vendors, Live Music on the Hour, Food Vendors, Crafts for children,
and The Water Front Fest's Legendary Lighthouse Soup Contest ( contest 12 PM - 2 PM).
Soups to be created will represent a Lighthouse from any where in the world. Contestants 
will be vying for the "People's Choice Trophy."

Admission:  Suggested Entrance Fest Donation for the National Lighthouse Museum $3.00 per person,
Children under 12 Free.

                      Legendary Lighthouse Soup Contest tasting  $5.00

For Information : Tel. # 718 390 0040   or email  ccuadrado@lighthousemuseum.org

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Legendary Soups from Legendary Lighthouses

During the Lighthouse Point Fest

 What: Legendary Soups from Legendary Lighthouses Contest 

When: Saturday, September 29, 2018, 12 pm – 2 pm   - During Lighthouse Point Fest

Cost: $5

Where: National Lighthouse Museum

              200 The Promenade at Lighthouse Point

               (Adjacent to the Free Staten Island Ferry)

             Staten Island, New York, 10301 *No onsite parking*

Contct: Tina Cuadrado, Curator

                718-390-0040

                ccuadrado@lighthousemuseum.org  

Description: Set your sites on a deliciously tasty afternoon at the Lighthouse Point Fest,
 Saturday, September 29th from 12 to 2 pm. 

 Where can you find 12 delectable soups from all over the world in one spot? Belly up to the soup bar at the
 National Lighthouse Museum’s “Legendary Soups from Legendary Lighthouses” contest!

 Restaurant favorites like Bayou, Da Noi, MOLO, The Stone House, Bay House Bistro and Chez Adja will be represented.
 Enjoy the culinary musings of up and coming chefs from the New Ventures,
Charter School Culinary Team, local food entrepreneurs and award-winning
 home cooks strut their stuff as they ladle their way to victory.

 Slurp your way around the USA and the world. Savor our creamy clam chowder, lusty pasta fagioli,
delectable lobster bisque, exotic West Lake seafood soup, savory Cajun chicken gumbo, hearty Ukranian borscht, and many more!

 

A mere donation of $5.00 gets you a cup and a poker chip (to vote for your favorite)

Taste them all and vote! The people’s choice wins the day and the trophy.

 

HAVE A SOUP-ER SATURDAY at the Lighthouse Point Fest! Give in to your Soup cravings and join us.


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National Lighthouse Museum to be part of "Open House  New York"
DATE & TIME

    Saturday, October 13, 2018

    11:00AM to 5:00PM
    Tours at 1, 2:30, 3:30pm

    Sunday, October 14, 2018

    11:00AM to 5:00PM
DESCRIPTION

Located on the site of the United States Lighthouse Service's (USLHS) General Depot, the National Lighthouse Museum educates visitors about the history and technology of the nation's lighthouses. Built for the Treasury Department of the US Government, these buildings housed lampists, blacksmiths, clerks, engineers, and inspectors was the national headquarters, testing ground, and distribution center for all materials and equipment used by light keepers and USLHS personnel from 1864 to 1939. Once a lively and bustling site of 18 buildings, only 7 survive today.

TOUR INFO

Tours will be offered at 1, 2:30, and 3:30 pm on Saturday only and last about an hour. Museum admission FREE. Highlights include the 1869 Administration Building designed by US Treasury Department architect Alfred B. Mullet, 1869 oil vaults, and 1868 lamp shop.

ACCESS NOTES

The museum is located just a three-minute walk away from the Free Staten Island Ferry, St. George Ferry Terminal. For detailed directions, visit the Museum website.  

Lighthousemuseum.org  info@lighthousemuseum.org

Tel# 718 390 0040





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