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Oysterponds Historical Society and Museum [NY]

The Oysterponds Historical Society preserves and interprets the heritage of Orient and East Marion (formerly Oysterponds) by maintaining a museum that collects, preserves, and exhibits artifacts pertaining to Oysterponds history and life; by maintaining a research library of material relevant to Oysterponds history; by providing cultural opportunities through educational and public programs and activities; and by promoting an interest in the history of Oysterponds. The Society is housed in several historic structures, including the 1888 Old Point Schoolhouse, which displays exhibits, and the 1720 Webb House, which offers seasonal tours.

The society offers research library access and occasional educational and recreational events; the museum offers exhibits and tours.