Mission Statement

The Mission of the not-for-profit Quogue Association is to foster the general welfare of the Village of Quogue and preserve its character as a desirable and attractive residential community, to support organizations that strengthen the quality of life in the Village and to acknowledge the accomplishments of individuals and groups whose actions have contributed to the welfare of the community.

About Us

The not-for-profit Quogue Association with over 1,000 members fosters the general welfare of the Village of Quogue and preserves its character as a desirable and attractive residential community. Our programs include:

Public Information Series

We host speakers on important issues for Village residents that include such topics as beach erosion, taxes, the environment, health care and more.

Village Gatherings and Events

Join hundreds of your Village neighbors at our annual duck race and family beach parties.

Civic Action

When necessary, we are proactive on issues such as the expansion of Gabreski Airport where five of our Trustees have served on the Community Advisory Board and other committees.  In the interest of protecting the quality of Shinnecock Bay, we organized a petition against the proposed parking of Recreation Vehicles off Dune Road in East Quogue.

Civic Awards

Periodically we present The Quogue Association Bowl to those who have contributed extraordinarily to the civic life of the Village through their volunteerism. In addition, we present The Humanitarian Award to members of the Quogue Police and Fire Departments who have performed above and beyond the call of duty. Each year, we present a high school student who is a resident of Quogue with our Community Service Award.

Beautification Projects

The Quogue Association is hard at work at another beautification project for the Village of Quogue. We are planning a Meditation Garden on the Village Green and we partnered with the Quogue Library and the Quogue Historical Society to restore the anchor at the library.  Over the past few years, we finished our renovation and landscaping of the Town Dock area, the Post Office garden and new landscaping in several different areas of the Village.  We also maintain the landscaping at the west entrance to Quogue Street from Montauk Highway, at The Post Lane Circle, and at the intersection of Post Lane and Dune Road. We hope you enjoy our lovely Village!


The Quogue Association evolved from the Quogue Improvement Association formed in 1905 to control the unbearable dust from the loam roads and to replace oil street lamps with gaslights. In 1929 this became the Quogue Protective Association to counter an epidemic of burglaries. In 1961 this group became the Quogue Association of today.


Cecelia Lazarescu, President
Lynn Lomas, Vice President
Dan Weiskopf, Treasurer
Paul Mejean, Secretary

Board of Directors

Lynn Lomas
Kevin Crowe
Mike Nelson
Stefanie Beck
Mac Highet
Lauren Battista
Jessica Insalaco
Irma Hill


July 20, 2018 – Annual Beach Party

August 10, 2018 – Annual Duck Race

TBD – Annual Meeting with the Village

TBD – Annual Meeting with the Town Supervisor

SEPTEMBER 2018 Calendar of Events

The next Trustee meeting will be on Friday, September 21, at 4:00pm

The next ZBA meeting will be on Saturday, September 15, at 3:00pm

On September 8th, Quogue Chamber Music presents Trio Solisti (piano, violin, cello) performing works of Haydn, Dvorak and Chausson at 7:30 pm in the Quogue Community Hall.
Tickets for the concert are $40 (or $5 for students). To include the post concert party at the Quogue home of Mark Carbone, the cost is $100.
To purchase tickets, make check out to “Quogue Chamber Music” and mail to POB 1984, Quogue, NY 11959 or order on their web site: www.quoguechambermusic.org


The Westhampton Garden Club presents a talk by Paul Cowie: The Story of the 9/11 Memorial Trees September 24th, 1:00pm at the Quogue Community Hall, 125 Jessup Avenue. Open to the public at no charge.  From 2005 to 2011, Paul Cowie + Associates worked as a design team specialist to landscape architect Peter Walker & Partners on the design and implementation of the tree planting at the National September 11 Memorial at Ground Zero in New York.

The Quogue Wildlife Refuge.  September 15th, 10 am to 4 pm. 11th Annual Pine Barrens discovery day at Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge at the visitor center, 340 Smith Road Shirley. A full-day of fun for the whole family, there is something for everyone ages 5 to Adult! Come learn about one of Long Island’s most important natural areas. For more information go to quoguewildliferefuge.org or call 631-653-4771

September 24th at 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm Celebrate the full moon with a nighttime hike through the forest up to North Pond as we look and listen for nocturnal creatures, and enjoy some night vision activities under the light of the moon

The Quogue School Scholarship Fundraiser.  Friday, September 28 at the Quogue Field Club.  Golf Shotgun start at 1P.  Tennis at 3P.  Cocktails at 530P.  Contact the school for more information.  Sign up form is here.

The Quogue Historical Society.  On September 1st the  1822 Schoolhouse Closes for the Season.  Saturday, September 8th, 9 am to 4 pm Quogue Cemetery Conservation Workshop With Stone Conservator Joel Snodgrass In this “hands-on” workshop, Joel Snodgrass, a professional stone conservator, will demonstrate “best practices” in the restoration of monuments at the Quogue Cemetery, listed in the National Register of Historic Places. You are invited to come and observe the techniques that will help preserve these fragile monuments.Reservations: 631-996-2404 or info@quoguehistory.org

Saturday, September 22, 3 p.m.
Illustrated Talk – The Hurricane of 1938: 80 Years By Julie B. Greene, QHS Curator and Southampton Town Historian
At the Quogue Library
To register, call the Quogue Library: 631-653-4224 x 101.
The Quogue Library Art Gallery
Geoff Disston: View of Pools and Hedgerows remains at the Art Gallery at the Quogue Library through September
The Quogue Library
For Children:
Makerspace For Kids! Friday, September 14th 3:30-4:30 pm. Make sun dials, soap -cicles and more! Call to see what’s happening for September’s class!

Thursdays, 11:00am-11:45 am  Storytime!Miss Pat creates exciting learning opportunities with crafts and songs! Call 631-653-4224 to register.

For Adults:

Thursday, August 30th 12:00 pm
Learn how to download and read books using your phone and LIBBY! . Join us for an easy workshop to learn how to use LIBBY, (an app) to download ebooks and audiobooks on your tablet and phone. Join us at at the Quogue Library Satellite location on Midland Street right next to the Quogue Post Office! Call 631-653-4224 to attend. Call 631-653-4224 to register.

Sunday Fiction Book Club: Discussion of The Ninth Hour by Alice McDermott Sun, Sep 16, 2018 12:15 PM-1:15 PM

Oui, ..Learn Easy French for Travelling! Thursdays through October 6-7:00 pm Learn French for your next vacation! Sophie Séjourné came to New York City from Paris 20 years ago. For the past 16 years she has taught French privately, to both groups and individuals.. Please sign up for all six sessions! Call 631-653-4224 to register!

Sunday with NPR’s David Allen BouchierSunday, September 16, 3 pm – 4 pm. NPR contributor, David Allen Bouchier will read from his humorous essays on life musings and from his memoir. Times. Call 631-653-4224 to attend.

Advanced Funeral Planning September 18th 6:00 PM-7:30 PM Call 631-653-4224 to register.

History in Photos: The 1938 Hurricane Saturday, September 22, 3pm – 4 pm. It’s been 80 years since the 1938 devastation from the hurricane. A pictorial history will be presented depicting this event by Julie B. Green curator of the Quogue Historical Society. Call 631-653-4224 to register.

Film Feast “Some Like It Hot” September 22nd Feast 6:15 Film: 7:15

All About Katharine Hepburn Sunday September 30, 2 pm to 3 pm. A study of Katharine Hepburn’s life and work with film historian Howard Oboler. Film clips and true stories! Call 631-653-4224 to register.

For more September events at the Quogue Library please go to quoguelibrary.org


Civic Awards

The Quogue Association Bowl

The Quogue Association Bowl honors those who have contributed extraordinarily to the civic life of the Village through their volunteerism. Past recipients are:

  • Lynda Confessore
  • Pat and Ted Shuttleworth
  • Betty and Decker Orr
  • Thelma Georgeson
  • William E. Hines
  • Suzanne Prior
  • Willard H. Berrien
  • Cristina Kepner
  • Joseph Wyman

The Humanitarian Award

The Humanitarian Award honors those members of the Quogue Police and Fire Departments who have performed above and beyond the call of duty. Honorees include:

  • Officer Edwin MacDonald
  • Office Edward Seltenreich (twice)
  • Officer John Donovan
  • Officer Chris Osborne

Quogue Student Community Service Award

$2,000 is awarded annually to the high school student residing in Quogue who has demonstrated a commitment to the community of Quogue and/or the surrounding communities as evidenced by his or her school work and extra-curricular activities.

Contact Us

For more information please, fill out this form, write us at the address below, or send us an email.

We will get back to you as soon as possible.

Thank you! 

The Quogue Association
P.O. Box 671
Quogue, NY 11959




The Quogue Association, Inc.
PO Box 671 Quogue, NY 11959

March 2018

Dear Fellow Quogue Resident:

The Board of Directors of the Quogue Association is encouraging you to become a member, or renew your membership to the QA.

The Mission Statement of the QA is to foster the general welfare of the Village of Quogue and preserve its character as a desirable and attractive residential community. The Association has pursued this mission since its incorporation almost 70 years ago. The completely volunteer association monitors activities in the Village, advocates where appropriate, and sponsors a number of activities and projects.

Member dues are still very reasonable ($40 for a single membership or family). This letter is our initial membership appeal for the year 2018.

To become a member or renew your membership please go directly to our new website www.quogueassociation.org and complete the application. If you have already paid for your 2018 membership, thank you for your support.

In keeping with this Mission Statement, the Quogue Association sponsors:

  • the annual Village Beach party
  • the informative State of the Village address by our Mayor Peter Sartorius,
  • the State of the Town address by the Southampton Town Supervisor,
  • the Police and Resident “Meet and Greet”
  • annually awards a college scholarship to a Quogue School graduate

Along with the Quogue Library and the Quogue Historical Society, the Quogue Association assisted in restoring the historical anchor from the sailing ship, Nahum Chapin, that sits in front of the Quogue Library.

This past year the Quogue Association brought a beautiful new clock to the Village Pond area and added new landscaping and a new fence at the Village Post Office.

We continue to maintain all of the landscaping from our previous projects:

  • the village dock restoration,
  • all of the plantings at the west entrance to Quogue Street from Montauk Highway,
  • the Post Lane Circle
  • the intersection of Post Lane and Dune Road.

The Quogue Association periodically honors our community leaders with the Quogue Bowl on display at the Quogue Library.

Through the generosity of the Crowe family, we are partially funding an area of the restored Village Green in honor of Lynn Crowe, a long serving and dedicated member of the Quogue Association. This area features a lovely serpentine bench designed by Village resident, Stuart Disston.

Please visit our website often and follow us on Instagram and Facebook to see additional projects in the coming months. Continue to look for our monthly newsletter highlighting community activities.

The directors are hard at work trying to determine additional beautification projects to take on around our wonderful village and would welcome any ideas or suggestions you may have. You may contact us by mail or via our website/

We are again hosting the annual Beach Party on Friday, July 20th (Rain Date Friday, July 27th) The Quogue Association’s Duck Race is scheduled for Friday, August 10th.

We would like to extend our thanks for the continuing support of our membership, and express gratitude to the Mayor, Trustees, and Village staff for their on-going help and support!

The Board of Directors of The Quogue Association

Cecelia Lazarescu, President
Lynn Lomas, Vice President
Paul Mejean, Secretary
Dan Weiskopf, Treasurer

Lauren Battista
Stefanie Beck
Kevin Crowe
Mac Highet
Irma Hill
Jessica Insalaco
Michael Nelson