Help out at the Miller House:
Greet visitors, interact with patrons, transact sales and more. All proceeds support the Miller Place Mount Sinai Historical Society. Click here to become a volunteer.
Fulfill your community service for school or church by sharing your time and skills, and help preserve the history of your community! Click here to become a volunteer.
Tour Guide & Docent Program:
Guide visitors and interpret the historic buildings and collections exhibited at the Miller House. Training provided. Click here to become a volunteer.
Jr. Docent Program:
Create positive learning experience for 7th grade+ students focusing on Miller Place History and develop a core of students who can function as docents for the Miller House and the Miller Place-Mount Sinai Historical Society. Click here for more information.
Grounds & Gardening Support:
Except for the lawn which is cut by a professional, all garden and grounds keeping is done by volunteers. There are 3 small flower beds which are weeded by volunteers. The Herb garden is maintained by one of the Girl Scout troops. The large trees have been on the property for several generations. Two smaller trees were planted as part of an Eagle Scout project. Three sides of the property contain shrubs. The Garden Club of Mt. Sinai has donated their time and expertise in cleaning up one of the borders. Plans to work on the other two borders during the winter and spring are in the planning stage. Click here to become a volunteer.
Have a talent or skill you think could be helpful or just handy? We are always looking for anyone interested in helping out from carpentry to archiving–there are always small projects the Society looks for volunteers for additional help. Click here to become a volunteer.
History of Miller Place Field Study focuses on the local history of Miller Place by guiding students on a walking tour of the historic district which contains numerous examples of colonial architecture. The tour leads to the William Miller House. A docent led guide through this living museum provides students with an understanding of life in early America. Students are also invited to tour an historic barn filled with farming tools, an original outhouse, cistern, corn cribs and a one room post office in use 1901-1913. Click here to become a volunteer.
Special Event Support:
Assist in seminars, meetings, workshops and hands-on activities–staffing, setting up/taking down events and public programs, or even just donating refreshments and baked goods offers volunteers an opportunity to assist in efforts made to making the Society events a success. Click here to become a volunteer.