29th Annual Quilt Show and Sale
August 14th through September 13th
Hours for the show are 11:00 am to 5:00 pm daily, closed Tuesdays
2015 Raffle Quilt
Be sure to get your Raffle Tickets for a chance to win this Beautiful King size Quilt
The raffle drawing will be held on October 10th
Tickets are available at the Museum
Walking Tour of Water Mill
Starts at the Water Mill Museum 41 Old Mill Road
Wednesdays in August
9:30 – 10:30 a.m.
Free one hour group walking tour of the hamlet of Water Mill
Begin at the Water Mill Museum, with its working 17th century water-powered grist mill.
Continue to the 1813 Corwith Windmill,
the 1898 Community House,
and the 1729 cemetery.
Additional information will be provided about the historic buildings
that house local businesses along Montauk Highway
Or take your own tour using brochure available at museum.
Next in the Gallery
Scott Hewett - New Works
September 16 through September 28
Water Mill Community Parade Float
The mission of the Water Mill Museum is to preserve its historic water-powered grist mill, the other buildings at its site, its museum collection and inform the public about the history of the mill, the hamlet of Water Mill and the hamlet's cultural and natural heritage.
The museum's collection will contain items that best depict the many past uses of the water mill building, the agricultural base of the hamlet's first 300 years and the commercial, cultural and social development of the hamlet of Water Mill from 1644 to the present.