Annual membership entitles you to receive a subscription to our quarterly newsletter and monthly email newsletter, which will keep you appraised of all GCHA events and fundraisers. The newsletter also contains historical photos, recipes, and articles about the history of Greenlawn and Centerport. Also, the membership is a discount on programs.
This year we have new programs, and if you rejoin as a member, you will receive a discount on the admission rate:
- NEW Walking Tour & Pub Crawl of Downtown Greenlawn – All summer long!
- NEW Dine and Discover at the Mill Pond Inn—Our first program features Dave Clemens, author of Centerport, speaking, about the Mill Pond and its history, on October 4 at 12pm at the Mill Pond Inn & Tavern.
- NEW Lecture—Watch a movie about the Vaudevillians of Greenlawn put together by our Director Emeritus, Deanne Rathke, at the Harborfields Library on Saturday, November 4.
- Pickle Fest-- There will be pickles of every flavor and size, craft vendors, delicious foods, a corn maze, train ride and fun for the whole family. Mark your calendar—September 16 from 10am-4pm at the Gardiner Farm.
- Farm Stand—Get your fruit, vegetables, pies, Kutztown Sarsaparilla Soda & Orange Cream, jams, jellies, and candy at the Gardiner Farm Stand, opening July 1, 7 days a week, 10am-6pm.
- Lollipop Train—Every Saturday during the summer, you (or your grandkid) can relive your childhood memories as you ride the Lollipop Train, which is located at the Gardiner Farm.
Your membership is vital to maintain and collect the memories of Greenlawn and Centerport, running our two historic homes, and sharing our history with you through our exciting events!
Your membership dues help us to preserve the history of Greenlawn and Centerport for all future generations to enjoy.
It is the mission of the GCHA to research, collect, record and preserve artifacts, photographs, fine arts, and ephemera of Greenlawn & Centerport. In addition, we promote the preservation of historic structures and maintain a historic homestead to provide the public with an opportunity to learn about early life on Long Island. While your dues are vital to keep the association running, the core of the GCHA has always been the dedication and support of volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, do not hesitate to call.
Telephone: (631) 754-1180