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With Montauk Lighthouse Renovations Nearly Complete, Historical Society Prepares for Celebrations of Its Renewal

Painting crews are putting the last finishing brush strokes on the three-year restoration of the Montauk Lighthouse, returning its brilliant red and white navigational daymark atop the brownstone blocks that comprise the tower and the newly restored facade of the former U.S. Coast Guard station that now is home to the Montauk Lighthouse Museum.

The Montauk Historical Society will celebrate the restoration of the lighthouse at its annual Lighthouse Weekend on August 5 and 6, and with a ceremonial ribbon cutting on August 16 for supporters of the lighthouse and the renovation project.

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