Farmer Fred Lee leads a tour of Sang Lee Farms in Peconic last summer. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
One of the best parts of a North Fork summer is the abundance of fresh fruits and veggies available to eat. Starting this week, Sang Lee Farms in Peconic will offer classes that focus on cooking with those locally sourced ingredients.
The first class in the series, “Improv Cooking: from Field to Kitchen,” will be Thursday, May 14. The class will continue on some Thursdays through June 18. (more…)
Photo by JoAnn Kirkland | The scene on Crescent Beach on a perfect beach day.
If you’ve been to Crescent Beach on Shelter Island lately, chances are you’ve seen fellow beachgoers using paddleboards. Some enthusiasts prefer their own boards, but for those who just want to try it out, that’s where Venture Out Shelter Island comes in. Now in its third season, the paddleboard rental and sales company has taken off, and according to manager Matty Stromberg, “We’re busier than ever.” (more…)
Photo by Tara Smith | Cris DiOrio of the Bike Shed opens his doors to the public to use his shop and learn to repair their own bikes for free.
Do you know how to ride a bike? Who doesn’t? But can you fix your bike? Like almost everyone, when it’s time for necessary repairs, many are puzzled by the challenge.
That’s where Cris DiOrio comes in. For the fourth summer in a row, this Shelter Island native has opened the doors to his Bike Shed welcoming bicyclists of all ages and skill levels to use the shop, and learn to repair their own bikes at no cost. (more…)
One reason people are drawn to Shelter Island is the quiet, atmosphere of a gentler age and natural beauty everywhere you look. So it’s not surprising visitors opt to stay in a place that is inspired by these virtues such as The Candlelite Inn. (more…)