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The Friends of Cedarmere are grateful to our sponsors for their generous support.
Atria on Roslyn Harbor, NY
Delicacies Gourmet Deli, Roslyn NY
Diane's Bakery Cafe, Roslyn NY
Holiday Farms, Roslyn Hts NY
Jeanne Land Foundation
The New York Community Trust: Horace & Amy Hagedorn Foundation
PSEG Long Island
Want to Hold a Special Event at Cedarmere?
Want to commemorate a wedding or another special event with photographs in the gardens, or in William Cullen Bryant's home?
Want to mount a concert or hold a lecture at Cedarmere?
Click here to complete the Event Request Form.
Our Mission is..
To restore, preserve, and promote public use of Nassau County's Cedarmere Museum, the Roslyn Harbor estate of William Cullen Bryant, a prominent 19th century poet, newspaper editor and civic leader.
To fulfill this...
We welcome MEMBERS to join as individuals and families. VOLUNTEERS are greatly appreciated! To support our programs and physical improvements to the buildings and grounds as a SPONSOR, please contact us.
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House: Closed to the public
Mill: Closed for interior renovation.
Grounds: Open to visitors year-round from dawn to dusk.
Cedarmere is owned and managed by Nassau County's Department of Recreation, Parks & Museums.
Click below for directions.
Cedarmere Guided Tours: Volunteers Needed
Volunteers are needed to provide guided tours of CEDARMERE'S historic gardens, outbuildings, and selected rooms
in Bryant's home.
Send your name and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org, Attention: Anne Woodsworth, Board of Directors Secretary.
Click on a date to see the event details. More information available on our Events & Programs page.
Spring 2015 Program
"Making Sense of the American Civil War": A 6-week Program of Readings & Discussions
FRIENDS OF CEDARMERE has received an award from the New York Council for the Humanities to conduct a program for adults on the theme, “Making Sense of the Civil War” . The program will run for 6 weeks, from late March to early May 2015.
Sessions start at 7pm and will be held at Cedarmere.
Facilitator: Dr. M. Cristina Zaccarini, Associate Professor of History, Adelphi University.
Moderator: Paul Baserman, Board member, The Friends of Cedarmere, Inc.
Program attendance is limited to 35. Pre-registration required. Donations welcome.
The popular POETRY READINGS SERIES is hibernating for the winter but will resume in the Spring:
March 8: Spring Poetry Readings
April 12: Rebirth and Renewal
May 17: Poetry Festival
June 7: University Day