- East End Arts has a way to beat cabin fever and brighten up the winter doldrums – pay a visit to the annual members’ show reception and help to choose one work for The Peoples’ Choice Award.
- Be a hometown hero by supporting Southold FD’s blood drive. Donate after 5 p.m. and get a free spaghetti dinner and pie for dessert.
- Southold Democrats open their monthly meeting series this year with a talk by Richard Olsen-Harbich who will speak about Long Island Sustainable Winegrowing.
- The Suffolk County Sheriff’s office is seeking volunteers to join the Sheriff’s Office Citizen Advisory Board with an eye toward improving communication and collaboration between law enforcement and residents.
- Got cabin fever? Bundle up and find out what Mother Nature has to offer you at Downs Farm Preserve during one of their many events scheduled in January.
- In the past six years, BNB’s staff and customers have contributed more that $100,000 toward local food banks through the annual Apple Campaign.
- Bakithi Kumalo, a world class musician will serve as the artist in residence at East End Arts. Kumalo, the bassist for Paul Simon, will mentor selected teen vocalists and musicians accepted into the Music Mentorship Program.
- The annual raffle and auction draw lots of community support for the Oysterponds School PTA fundraiser. The monies raised go toward the after-school enrichment program.
- Join ELIH in its first Denim & Dice in December and other fundraisers coming up – supporting the hospital is a community tradition.
Bagels and bowling: ‘Strike out Substance Abuse’ series for local teens will be held at The All Star in RiverheadSouthold Town Communities That Care is teaming up with The All Star bowling lanes in Riverhead to present a series of events on substance abuse prevention for local teens this winter.