A Modern Harvest of Fun with Music, Dance, Food, History, Art and much more!

SouthamptonFest Organizers

SouthamptonFest has been created through the hard work and dedication of several non-profit cultural arts organizations, the Southampton business community and our Southampton Village government.

Mayor Jesse Warren • Liz Burns • Karen Connolly • Paul Conroy • Keith Davis • Colette D’Angelo • Tom Edmonds
Russell Kratoville • Kirsten Lonnie • Erin Meaney • Mark Parash • Sharon Wood
Event Coordinator: Julie Fitzgerald


Rogers Memorial Library

The Rogers Memorial Library has been in its current location on Coopers Farm Road since 2000, when it moved from its original building on the corner of Jobs Lane and Main Street. The library serves the Southampton and Tuckahoe school districts, with more than 200,00 visits each year. There are 12,271 registered borrowers and in 2013 the library circulated 264,373 items. The collection at the library includes 127,964 books, 16,018 DVDs as well as a growing e-book collection Rogers features a vast collection of reference materials, 35 public computers, WiFi, a young adult room, quiet reading and study areas and a meeting room for a wide array of special events, lectures and readings.

Programs offered through the Family Department aim to foster early learning, literacy and language development and to enhance socialization in children. Research sources are available through Live-brary.com, a gateway to over 80 online resources, including both popular and academic works available through a cooperative project throughout public libraries in Suffolk.


91 Coopers Farm Road
Southampton, NY 11968


Elizabeth Burns, Director

Southampton Arts Center

Located at 25 Jobs Lane in the heart of Southampton Village, the Southampton Arts Center provides a dynamic venue to present the highest quality programming to our entire community through partnerships with a diverse slate of world-class artists, performers, educators and cultural institutions. Southampton Arts Center is a not for profit 501(c)(3) organization.

Acting as stewards of one of the most iconic and beloved buildings in the Hamptons, our primary mission is to restore and renovate this historic landmark for future generations while serving as a hub to strengthen arts and culture for our entire community.


25 Jobs Lane
Southampton, NY 11968


Tom Dunn, Executive Director
631-283-0967, Ext. 18

Southampton Chamber of Commerce

The Southampton Chamber of Commerce is a private, non-profit business organization. It is our mission to attract, promote, retain and develop business in the Southampton Township, and provide visitor information on Southampton and the South Fork of Long Island. The Chamber maintains a year-round information office on Main Street in the Village of Southampton.

The Southampton Chamber of Commerce was established to promote the East End and to help bring tourism into the community. It is administered by a group of local business people who are not being paid for their services but rather, are involved because of their interest in the community and the promotion of Southampton and it’s surrounding areas. The Chamber of Commerce directory is on the world wide web. Our web site provides a complete directory of chamber members offering you additional exposure on the new electronic medium. Our goal is to have every business become a member of the Southampton Chamber of Commerce, so we can recommend them to the East End Visitor and future resident. Working together we can keep Southampton and it’s surrounding areas the great year-round resort that it is.


76 Main Street
Southampton, NY 11968


Karen Connolly, Executive Director

Southampton Cultural Center

The Southampton Cultural Center (SCC) presents and promotes cultural, arts and humanities programs for people of all ages.
Established almost 30 years ago and incorporated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 1998, the SCC is a multi-arts center that offers art classes, curated exhibitions, music and dance instruction, language programs, live theater and music and dance performances, including the free “Concerts in the Park” series that has run every summer since 1985.


25 Pond Lane
Southampton, NY 11968


Kirsten Lonnie, Executive Director

Southampton History Museum

In 1951 the Southampton History Museum acquired the 1843 Rogers Mansion, a whaling captain’s house, and began exhibiting furnishings donated by local families. During that decade an additional ten historic buildings were added to the property which are now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Rogers Mansion is located at 17 Meeting House Lane.

The Museum manages three more separate properties including the 1686 Pelletreau Silver Shop – “the oldest continuously open shop in the Americas” – located at 80 Main Street; the 1660 Thomas Halsey Homestead – “the oldest building in Southampton” located at 159 South Main Street; and Conscience Point Historic Marker and Nature Walk, a five acre wildlife preserve with a shellfish hatchery offering programs in marine biology located near the Conscience Point Marina on North Sea Road.


17 Meeting House Lane
Southampton, NY 11968


Tom Edmonds, Executive Director

Southampton Rotary Club

Established in 1946, as a local chapter of Rotary International, the Southampton Rotary Club is an organization of local business and professional persons united to provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build good will in the community.

The Southampton Rotary Club has been giving back to the community through out the years with various fundraising activities including the annual Spaghetti dinner, SouthamptonFest Friday night Kick-Off Cocktail Party, and the Firecracker 8k run / 3 mile walk. The Southampton Rotary also provides an annual BBQ at the Southampton Fresh Air Home, as well as clothing and food drives for various local charities.

With proceeds from our events in the past 7 years alone, the Southampton Rotary Club has awarded 75 scholarships to graduating seniors from Southampton High School.


PO Box 1211
Southampton, NY 11969



Village of Southampton

The Village of Southampton, which was settled as Southampton Town in 1640 and incorporated in 1894, began with a small group of English Puritans who set sail from Lynn, Massachusetts and landed at what is now known as Conscience Point. It was to become the first permanent English settlement in the State of New York and was named after the British Earl of Southampton.

Jesse Warren, Mayor

23 Main Street
Southampton, NY 11968


Village Hall