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One last look at the Holidays


Happy New Year!  2012 promises to be a great year for Concord Point Lighthouse.  Many projects are in the works, so make a visit (or several) to the lighthouse a priority. As always, check back here for frequent updates and information.  In the meantime, I leave you with one last view of the holidays…  
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Did you know…


A small sampling of Dominik Sasim’s collection Did you know that one of our lapel pins is on its way to Warsaw, Poland right now to be included in a museum pin collection held by Mr. Dominik Sasim?  We were contacted by Mr. Sasim last week requesting a Concord Point Lighthouse…  
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“The Lighthouse Endeavor”


Little River Lighthouse in Cutler, Maine has embarked on a unique educational program.  Bill Kitchen, the designated ‘Light Keeper’ and longtime volunteer at the lighthouse, will live alone at the lighthouse (located on a remote island) for a year and share his experiences in various ways, including a blog: http://thelighthouseendeavor.com/keepers-log/ Apparently,…  
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Volunteer Soup Night


Jim Dryden, President, and Matilda O’Neill (Susan Wooden) Shawn Saez and his wife, Carol chat with Matilda Matilda O’Neill (Susan Wooden) Our youngest volunteer! Last night, we had a wonderful reception honoring our amazing volunteers! This year, they put in over 650 hours working at the tower and the museum gift…  
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Donations and Gift Giving


 This is just a sampling of the prints donated by Mr. Brooks All contributions to the Concord Point Lighthouse are important and appreciated, whether they are monetary or in-kind gifts.  Recently, we were given a wonderful gift of lighthouse prints and posters.  Bob Brooks, a Life Member, donated multiple prints…  
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 Fanny Mae Salter cleaning the lens at Turkey Point, 1945. image found http://www.uscg.mil/history/people/salters01.asp There are two articles of interest in the Nov/Dec issue of Lighthouse Digest.  One highlights the work of Keeper Fanny Mae Salter.  She served at the Turkey Point Lighthouse after her husband passed away in 1925. …  
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Concord Point Lighthouse has a blog!  This next year promises to be very interesting for the lighthouse and keeper’s dwelling so check back often for more information.  In the meantime, have a wonderful holiday season and visit the lighthouse to see it decked out in all of its holiday finery!


Hours of Operation


The Lighthouse and Keeper's House Museum and Gift Shop are open!

From April through October our hours will be:

Saturday 10 am - 2 pm.

Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm.


We ask that visitors please practice social distancing. Masks are no longer required in the Lighthouse and Keeper's House Museum and Gift Shop, but visitors are encouraged to wear masks in both locations. Masks and sanitizer are available at both the Lighthouse and Keeper's House.

Located off of I-95, exit 89 between Baltimore and Philadelphia.

Free Admission.

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