Customers at local shops like White Flower Farmhouse in Southold, have marveled the last couple years over the work of artist Treva Elwood of Cutchogue.
Using a sewing machine and her own two hands, Elwood crafts beautiful stuffed animals that have become a great North Fork holiday gift item for folks looking to share a locally crafted product.
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Shellabration once again drew hundreds of shellfish lovers and local wine enthusiasts to Greenport Village on Saturday and Sunday.
The two-day festival, now in its seventh year, invited participants to enjoy $5 small shellfish plates paired with $3 sips of Long Island wine or beer. (more…)
The Southold Historical Society held its annual candlelit tour and tree lighting on the museum grounds in Southold Friday afternoon. (more…)
Tomorrow is “Giving Tuesday” and it’s a time to remember there are plenty of organizations across the North Fork that could use your support. (more…)