Tea Party and A Spot of History at the Former Brookwood Hall Orphanage

The East Islip Historical Society holds a tea party with a spot of history about Brookwood Hall.

 

 

Video Journalist Samantha Butler

The East Islip Historical Society hosts its first annual "Tea & A Spot of History" event at Brookwood Hall in East Islip.

Brookwood Hall used to be an orphanage from 1942-1965, so as a bit of history, two children previously housed there come to share their experiences of time gone by.

Tea drinkers take a tour through the orphanage and learn about the grounds and dormitories, as well as what it was really like to live there.



Featured Interviews:

Laura Mannarino, Trustee
East Islip Historical Society

Frank Szemko
Brookwood Hall Orphanage 1946-1951

Gladys DeCostanzo
Brookwood Hall Orphanage 1958-1965


For more information visit:
www.EastIslip.org or www.IslipArtsCouncil.org

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