Celebrate Father's Day at the 49th Constable Hall Annual Fair. This 200 year old Federal style limestone building was built by William Constable Jr. in 1819. It was constructed on land acquired by his father, William K. Constable, who was a wealthy New York City merchant. The land was part of the Macomb Purchase and is located in the beautiful Adirondack-Tug Hill Region of Lewis County. The Constable family lived in this home until 1947 and in 1949 it became a house museum. On June 16th the prestigious estate, it's garden and grounds, will be open for free tours. The day also features the annual antique car show. At 1:30pm the historic Lowville Village Band , which has been making music since 1826, will perform. Food and local artisans will be available. Come step back in time and enjoy this jewel of the north country.