Local historian Richard Wines (left) along with Doris McGreevey and Richard Radoccia stand in the Jamesport Meeting House, where Mr. Radoccia and Ms. McGreevey hope to present a play about the Civil War on the 150th anniversary of its end. (Credit: Paul Squire)
Richard Radoccia of Laurel said he was stunned to hear little local fanfare was planned to observe the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War.
So the amateur historian is setting out to change that.
Mr. Radoccia and Doris McGreevy of Mattituck plan to produce a play he wrote about the Civil War to commemorate its April anniversary. (more…)
Riverhead Faculty and Community Theatre will hold auditions for the Stephen Schwartz musical “Godspell” at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 10, at Jamesport Meeting House at 1590 Main Road.
Actors are asked to sing 16 bars of a ballad from a show other than “Godspell” and perform a comedic monologue or a joke. Come prepared to dance. Belters may sing 16 bars of a belt song in addition. Those with special skills or talent are invited to demonstrate.
If you are unable to attend the audition, email a video of 16 bars and a monologue or joke to director Anita Boyer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information, contact producer Jan McGoey at email@example.com or 466-0838.
Jamesport Meeting House. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch, file)
There will be a meeting Thursday at Jamesport Meeting House from 7 to 8 p.m. to discuss a proposal to create a Main Road National Register Historic District.
The South Jamesport Post Office at 70 Second Street could be in for some changes. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch file)
The smallest post office on all of Long Island may undergo some cost-reducing changes initiated by the United States Postal Service.
A survey sent last month by the USPS gave South Jamesport residents four options in regards to the future operations of their beloved 400-box post office. (more…)
The Jamesport Meeting House was packed Friday night for a spelling bee that raised more than $4,000. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
A total of $4,250 was raised to help with restoration efforts at the Jamesport Meeting House Friday night through, of all things, a spelling bee. (more…)
Spelling bee champion Sarah Bowe, center, with second-place winner Beth Motschenbacher, right and third-place winner Carol Cryzwinski. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
The first-ever spelling bee was held at the Jamesport Meeting House on May 23 and it was a smashing success.
Nearly two dozen people of all ages took part in the competition, which will benefit the upkeep and restoration of the historic Meeting House.
Sarah Bowe took home the trophy for first place, followed by Beth Motschenbacher in second and Carol Cryzwinski in third.
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Words in next month’s spelling bee at Jamesport Meeting House will range from middle-school difficulty through adult level. Above are winning words from the National Spelling Bee. (Credit: Danielle Doll)
Blame it on the alcohol.
Phil Cardinale, an attorney and former Riverhead Town supervisor, was eating spaghetti and drinking merlot at Grana in Jamesport two weeks ago when his friends and fellow diners, Steve and Ellen Berger, told him they were hosting a first-ever community spelling bee May 23 to benefit the upkeep and restoration of the historic Jamesport Meeting House. (more…)
The Jamesport Meeting House. (Barbaraellen Koch file photo)
The Cassatt String Quartet will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 1, at the Jamesport Meeting House. The program will feature Shostakovich’s Quartet No. 8, Ravel’s String Quartet and Dvorak’s “Cypresses.”
The Manhattan-based quartet has been playing together since 1985. It has made numerous recordings and performed throughout North America, Europe and the Far East.
Tickets — $25 for adults and $10 for students — are available at jamesportmeetinghouse.org, Duffy’s Deli in Jamesport and at the door (if available).