Community News and Events
- A sellout crowd filled the Peconic Landing community center for two seatings at Community Action Southold Town’s annual Have-a-Heart dinner last night.
- Senator Ken LaValle is requesting nominations for a woman to be recognized as a New York State Senate First District’s “Woman of Distinction.”
- Tickets are now on sale at the Cutchogue firehouse for the annual sellout steak dinner.
- Water will be the topic of interest at the next Mattituck-Laurel Civic Association meeting on Monday, Feb. 27.
- LI Winterfest will be bigger and better than ever as it celebrates its 10th year, organizers say.
- The 13th annual St. Patrick’s Day parade kicks off at 2 p.m. on March 11 in downtown Cutchogue.
- The Rotarian has been traveling to impoverished villages in remote parts of the world to help bring clean drinking water, sanitation and health care to people in dire need.
- Lead a team or join an existing team to take part in the North Fork’s Relay for Life fundraiser for the American Cancer Society June 2.
- The NFEC speaker series continues with a talk on eliminating toxins from your home and business environment.
- Hundreds turn out for the annual Washington’s Birthday parade in Greenport Village.
- Each year, the winter time parade draws fire departments across Long Island and hundreds of spectators as it makes its way down Front and Main streets. It concludes with a free meal of clam chowder and hot dogs at Greenport FD headquarters.
- Kids are never too young to learn about community service, as evidenced by a group of students from Greenport School’s Early Act Club who arrived at the North Fork Animal Welfare League’s Peconic shelter this afternoon bearing gifts of blankets, food and toys they’d collected for a “My Furry Virtual Valentine” project. For the past month every elementary classroom virtually adopted a ...
- CAST has a new board president and is searching for a new executive director to succeed Linda Ruland, who is retiring at the end of March.
- Community Action Southold Town’s annual Have-a-Heart fundraising dinner will take place at Peconic Landing on Thursday, Feb 23.
- For the kids, receiving the cards is almost like having love from another grandparent coming their way.
- Freezing rain and a weather advisory couldn’t stop Boy Scouts from Troop 51 in Greenport from serving up a hot breakfast.