Bounded by Main Street and the Roads of Mill and Beach.
The pride of Westhampton Beach’s downtown area has always been the Village Green commanded by its picturesque “Gazebo.” As a matter of fact, it is one of the most often photographed locations within the Incorporated Village, and is an almost de rigueur stop for couples on their wedding day… beautiful brides deserve beautiful settings for their photos, and the Village Green is an exquisitely manicured backdrop. (Some have even exchanged their vows there… and yes, the Mayor is empowered to perform wedding ceremonies.)
In the Summer, the Gazebo serves as a “bandshell” for performers appearing under the auspices of the Westhampton Cultural Consortium, while the entire Village Green is the anchor for both the Greater Westhampton Chamber of Commerce’s Crafts Fair in June and the popular Mary O. Fritchie Outdoor Art Show in August.
In December, the Village Green and Gazebo is the setting of the annual East End Hospice Tree Lighting Ceremony as well as other festive holiday ceremonies.
The Village Green and Gazebo is a great location for any film and video project. If interested in more information about obtaining a permit to utilize this location for a commercial project, just download the simple Application for Use of Village Property for Commercial Purposes form and follow the instructions. Any questions in this regard can be directed to Elizabeth Lindtvit at 631-702-1551 or firstname.lastname@example.org.