On Sunday, the HMS Bounty played host to a benefit for the to raise money for the new home of the museum.
Tickets were $65 each ($100 per couple) and local residents and business owners came out to on the corner of Main Street and East Main Street dedicated soley to Long Island music.
Attendees were treated to food and drink provided by local businesses like Z-Pita and the Port Jefferson Brewing Company. Long Island Vodka was pouring as well as the Wine Guy and music was provided by Jack Licitra.
The event, called "Music on the Bounty," capped off with a walk from the tall ship uptown to the the Long Island Hall of Fame's new space. Organizers and deck hands mixed and mingled with area residents who came out to suppport the museum.
Check back on Patch for a sneak peek at designs for the Long Island Music Hall of Fame museum and exhibit center when its finished and hear what committee members had to say.
In the meantime enjoy the breathtaking views of the HMS Bounty on its last night in Port Jefferson Harbor.