A cup of hot chocolate from Aldo’s Café in Greenport. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
Editor’s Note: A version of this story was originally published in January 2016
Think this isn’t a great time to visit the North Fork with little ones in tow? In reality, the lack of crowds, fun cold-weather activities and this season’s above-average temperatures make the region a perfect place to spend a winter weekend day with the fam.
Most of the farm stands are closed and the vines aren’t looking as pretty, but there are still many family-friendly ways to have a North Fork outing.
Here are four ways to pass the time with the kids on the NoFo this winter. (more…)
From Thanksgiving weekend through the New Year, there’s no shortage of activities, family gatherings and community events to keep us busy. But all those obligations can leave us craving some downtime with our families to enjoy old traditions, or even make new ones.
If you make the time, you will rediscover the little wonders of the season that bring us together.
We’ve selected five family-friendly experiences that will create that holiday magic, North Fork style. (more…)
Sparkling Pointe in Southold hosts its “Eat, Drink and Be Sparkling” event series this month. (Credit: Randee Daddona)
With harvest festivals and pumpkin-picking a thing of the past, November might be the best time to visit the North Fork. From a North Fork coloring book launch party to artisanal gift fairs and Thanksgiving pies, there are still many things to do on the North Fork this time of year.
Here is something to do for all 30 days of November. (more…)