The Mill Neck Cup
The Mill Neck Cup & Luxury Spa charity golf event in July boasts a plethora of activities for both men and women, held at the prominent Pine Hollow Country Club in East Norwich—a venue that has hosted professional golf events like the Pepsi Open and the Met PGA Championship. The event includes a relaxing round of golf on Pine Hollow’s sprawling course and manicured greens, a luxurious day at the spa for the ladies and a lively cocktail dinner to top off the evening.
Gatsby Under the Moonlight
The historic Mill Neck Manor is decked out with glitter and gold for the exclusive event, Gatsby Under the Moonlight, in August. Guests are invited into the Mill Neck Manor, dressed to the nines in their 1920s attire, to enjoy a night of incredible food, music and raffles.
More than 15 thousand visitors jump into the fall season at Mill Neck Family’s Annual Apple Festival on Columbus Day weekend in October. A long-standing tradition in the Long Island community since 1961, this family friendly festival features a variety of new activities, carnival rides and delicious food options for all to enjoy.
The enchanting Mill Neck Manor comes to life, adorned with holiday décor during the Christmas Magic event in December. This festive event for the entire family takes place inside of the historic Mill Neck Manor and features photos with Santa, baked goods and hot cocoa from Mrs. Claus, holiday gift items, children’s arts and crafts, tours of the historic mansion and more!
Mill Neck Manor Tours
Learn about the history of the prominent Mill Neck Manor and the life of Lillian Sefton Dodge and Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf. Organized in groups of 25, docent-led tours commence by the 500-year old front doors. The complete tour lasts approximately 90 minutes and the house is wheelchair accessible with an elevator. Tours are available to the public by appointment once a month on Sundays.
Don’t miss out on our two great summer camps! Sign Language Camp, held in July, is a terrific way for kids, ages 8 to 16, to learn American Sign Language (ASL) and have fun doing it! And “Gospel Hands” Bible Camp for children (ages 6 to 12) who are both Deaf and hearing learn and practice Sign Language through reading Bible Stories and interacting with one another. Campers also enjoy an exclusive tour of the Mill Neck Manor, arts and crafts, games and more.
The Church Interpreter Training Institute (CITI) instructs American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters, church members and professional church workers in church interpreting and Deaf ministry. Our goal is to train our students to better serve Deaf people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to equip them for continued growth in faith and leadership in the Christian Church.