[Day Schedule] [Directions] [Hotel Information] [Useful Phone Numbers] [Acknowledgements]

Schedule for August 31st, 2002 - Wedding Day

4:30pm - 5:00pm Guest Arrival

Refreshments will be served to our guests, after a very long drive from New York to Montauk point. The Lighthouse property is at your disposal until the time of the ceremony. Please, enjoy the scenery and take some time to visit the Historic Museum. The Montauk Lighthouse, build in 1796, is the oldest in New York state, and fourth oldest lighthouse in the United States. Our guests will also be able to climb to the light if desired. Slippers will be provided to ladies with high heal shoes, in order to be able to visit the museum.

5:00pm - 5:15pm Seating at the Bandstand Area
5:15pm - 5:45pm Wedding Ceremony
6:15pm - 7:00pm Coctail Hour at American Legion, Post 419
7:00pm - late Wedding Reception at American Legion, Post 419

 


Directions to the Montauk Lighthouse

From New York to Montauk Point:
       Take I-495 to exit 70 (Rt 111, South).
Take Rt 111 south to Rt 27.
Take Rt 27 east until the Montauk Point Lighthouse.
Estimated Time-distance:
From the Bronx: 3-1/2 hours (115 miles)
From Queens: 3-1/2 hours (115 miles)
From Port Jefferson: 2-1/2 hours (70 miles)
From Lighthouse to American Legion:
Take Rt 27 West.
American Legion is on your right hand side, in East Hampton, 
right after amangasset. Estimated time is about 15-20 minutes (12 miles).

More directions, from Montauk Chamber of Commerce

Yahoo Maps - Custom Driving directions


Hotel Information

Sorry, no group rates were available because of the busy Labor day weekend. Please check the following links for accommodations.

Around the reception area, East Hampton:

Around where we live, Port Jefferson:


Useful phone Numbers

Please use the numbers given in the informational booklet in your invitation (Bottom of inside pages). Someone will be available on the day of the wedding to give you directions or answer any questions you might have.


Acknowledgements

We'd like to take this opportunity to thank Mrs. Tricia Wood, site manager of the Montauk Historic Society for all the help she is providing us in organizing our event.

 

 

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