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41st Annual Series of Early American Trades and Historic Preservation Workshops

 

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2017 Workshop Schedule

 

40th Annual Series of Early American Trades and Historic Preservation Workshops

 

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2016 Workshop Schedule

 

39th Annual Series of Early American Trades and Historic Preservation Workshops

 

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2015 Workshop Schedule

 

38th Annual Series of Early American Trades and Historic Preservation Workshops

 

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2014 Workshop Schedule

 

37th Annual Series of Early American Trades and Historic Preservation Workshops

 

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2013 Workshop Schedule

 


Historic Eastfield Foundation

presents

“Conversations with Craftsmen”

 

Saturday, October 26st, 2013
1:00 PM to 6:00 PM

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2015  Workshops at

 

Eastfield Village Announced

 

Th e    t r a d i t i o n     c o n t i n u e s.

 

Despite the death of founder Donald G. Carpentier, a full slate of workshops and symposia are scheduled for Eastfield Village during the summer of 2015.

Under the aegis of the non-profit Historic Eastfield Foundation, the 39th Annual Series of Early American Trades and Historic Preservation Workshops will offer education and hands-on training at the unique restoration village located in East Nassau, New York. MORE




Save the Date!
Founder's Day Celebration
September 19th, 2015!

 

 

Donald G. Carpentier

1951 – 2014

 

Don Carpentier

Donald G. Carpentier, 62, passed away at home on August 26th after a long battle with ALS. A true renaissance man of his time, he was a self-taught craftsman, tinsmith, blacksmith, potter, carpenter, and mason, as well as a teacher, mentor, father, friend, husband, brother and uncle.

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Message from the Historic Eastfield Foundation Board of Trustees:


Dear Supporter of Eastfield Village,

 

As most of you undoubtedly know Don Carpentier, the “Squire” of Eastfield, passed away last August after a long and spirited fight with ALS. Many have voiced concern about what would happen with the Village and the annual workshop program that helped make Eastfield renowned in the historic preservation community.

 

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