A scene from the 2016 Cutchogue St. Patrick’s Day Parade. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
St. Patrick’s Day is only two weeks away and there are plenty of parades, parties and even a pub crawl to get you in the spirit this month.
Here are several North Fork events celebrating Ireland’s patron saint.
If we missed any of your favorite happenings, please tell us in the comment section below.
Two banquet tables set for a wedding at Sparkling Pointe in Southold. (Credit: Ina McConnell, Sparkling Pointe courtesy photo)
Calling all of Long Island Wine Country’s brides and grooms to be.
Sparkling Pointe, the North Fork’s only all sparkling wine producer, will hosts its first wedding showcase on Friday, March 10 from 5 to 8 p.m. (more…)
Bedell Cellars winemaker Rich Olsen-Harbich will host a barrel tasting as part of Long Island Winterfest. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
Winterfest 2017 is shaping up to be about much more than live music and wine tastings.
For its 10th anniversary, the event is expanding to provide visitors with a wider range of offerings and experiences. (more…)
Sparkling Pointe will once again feature wine and cupcakes this Valentine’s Day weekend. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder, file photo)
There’s more than one way to celebrate Valentine’s Day on the North Fork.
From a bash with an open bar and overnight accommodations to a princess-themed tea party, there are happenings for all ages and tastes.
Here are eight ways to spend V-Day on the NoFo.
The entranceway to The Vineyards in Aquebogue. (Credit: Nicole Smith)
The Great River-based hospitality firm
Lessings has taken over operations at Vineyard Caterers in Aquebogue.
Lessings, which operates a dozen catering halls and several restaurants across Long Island, entered a “long-term lease” with the property owners effective Jan. 3, according to COO Michael Lessings.
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As the judges for our third annual Deck the Halls holiday-decorating contest approached the Perivolaris home at the northern end of Love Lane, a small SUV trailed us.
The vehicle parked for a moment to allow its passengers to gaze at the lights so perfectly displayed at the waterfront Mattituck property. Then it turned around and drove away.
“We get that all the time,” homeowner Mike Perivolaris told us. “People want to stop and admire the decorations. We love it.”