The 2015 Bridgehampton Museum Road Rally
presented by

Saturday, October 3

A presentation by
Howard Kroplick on the Austin Clark Auto Museum

Friday, October 2

2015 Bridgehampton Museum Road Rally
Celebrating 100 Years of Racing in Bridgehampton
Sponsored by Silvercrest Asset Management Group

Friday, Oct. 2 at the BH Archives

5:30 pm Buffet dinner with Howard Kroplick & special guests (by reservation-tickets $15)
7:00 pm Howard Kroplick and Walt McCarthy’s presentation on Henry Austin Clark’s famous Long Island Auto Museum

Saturday, Oct 3 on the Corwith House grounds

9:00 am Registration open for Rally & Tour Entries in the Corwith House
9:00 am Registration for Auto Show Entries in the Paddock
10:00 am Grounds open to the public to view Rally Cars and Vintage Autos, Trucks & Fire Trucks.
11:00 am Tour of the original 1915 race track along Montauk Highway, to Halsey’s Lane, to Paul’s Lane, to Ocean Road, then back to Montauk Highway and the Museum, 11:25 am Rally Cars line up
11:45 am NYS Assemblyman Fred Thiele presents a Proclamation to BH Museum President Walter R. Miller acknowledging 100 years of racing in Bridgehampton.
11:50 am Bridgehampton School Band plays the National Anthem
12:00 pm Start of Rally. Show cars and vintage vehicles dating as early as 1915 remain on display throughout the day.
3:00 pm Rally cars begin to return
4:00 pm Winners announced, and post-event refreshments are available

The Bridgehampton Lions Club
Will Sell Food & Soft Drinks to the Public
11 am ‘til 3 pm

Please Join Us

For a Late Season Fundraiser

Celebrating the Bounty of Harvest Season.

Saturday, October 24, 2015

4:00 – 6:00 pm

The Galban Barn ~ 453 Hedges Lane, Sagaponack

$50 per person in advance, $65 on the day of. ~ Call or email for tickets

The Bridgehampton Museum

(631) 537-1088 •


Contact Information:

Bridgehampton Musuem
P.O. Box 977 (Mail)
Bridgehampton, NY. 11932

Corwith House: 2368 Montauk Highway
Archives: 2539-A Montauk Highway
tel: (631) 537.1088; Archives: (631) 613-6730

Email address:


LIE to exit 70 (111)
Take exit 70 and proceed south on 111
At the end of 111 go left (east) onto Sunrise Highway
Take Sunrise to the end, which becomes the “extension”
Take Sunrise extension until you reach Montauk Highway
Go left (east) onto Montauk Highway (you will be in Southampton)
Proceed through Water Mill (Windmill will be on your right)
When you enter Bridgehampton the National Bank will be on your left (Large, brick building)
Pass the Methodist Church on your right
Pass the Catholic Church on the left and slow down
We are right after the Catholic Church on the left
Pass our building and make a left onto Corwith Avenue (opp. The Candy Kitchen)
Pull into our gate on the left side of Corwith Avenue
Park up behind the main house

We hope to see you soon!

“The 2013 Bridge Journal Arrives!”

The Bridgehampton Museum has released its annual issue of The Bridge journal which is chock-full of articles and activities relating to the broader Bridgehampton community. This year’s award-winning publication features a thorough account of the area’s golf courses which complements one of the Museum’s summer exhibits, “From Pastures to Putting: Greater Bridgehampton’s Golfing Traditions.” Other articles include an account of The Peconic Land Trust’s victories upon its 30th anniversary, the winning essay from the Museum’s scholarship winner, and the second part in a series about Captain Charles A. Goodale. Regular features by Museum staff and board president are included as usual, and guest writer, Jeff Mansfield, has contributed “A History of Sailing on Mecox Bay.” The Bridge is complimentary with Museum membership and is sold for just $5 a copy thanks to the many local sponsors and advertisers including The Bridgehampton National Bank, the Tee and Charles Addams Foundation, and Douglas Elliman Real Estate. Copies are available from the Museum’s headquarters, the Corwith House, 2368 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton. For additional information, call 631-537-1088 or visit

Click Here for previous editions of The Bridge

The Mission of the Bridgehampton Museum is to inspire the documentation, preservation and interpretation of the history, oral history and cultural traditions of Bridgehampton and its surrounding communities.

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