Sunday, Sept. 2, 5-7 p.m.: Art, Oysters & Champagne sponsored by New Suffolk Waterfront Fund, 650 First St., New Suffolk. Summer art event under the tent on the lawn of New Suffolk Waterfront. Fresh local oysters, hors d’oeuvres, and North Fork champagne and wine. Artwork by local artists to be auctioned. Proceeds to benefit the continuing revitalization of the New Suffolk waterfront property. Tickets: $85 in advance; $95 at door. 631-566-0806, newsuffolkwaterfront.org.
Saturday, Aug. 11, 10 a.m.: Lecture: ‘The Southold Indian Museum-What’s Going On There?’ in the fireplace room of Case’s Place at Galley Ho, 650 First St., New Suffolk. Sponsored by New Suffolk Waterfront Fund. Join Dr. Lucinda Hemmock, president of the museum, and Dr. Joel Klein, past president of Professional Archaeologists of New York City. Bring Native American artifacts for identification and discussion. newsuffolkwaterfront.org/educational-programs
New Suffolk Waterfront Fund presents Moonlight and Country to benefit the continuing revitalization of the Waterfront property. Meet at Galley Ho, 650 1st Street, New Suffolk for a dinner prepared by Grace & Grit, live auction of adventure items ,including two orchestra seats to Hamilton, live music by local band, Tequila Mockingbird. Tickets: $100. 631-566-0806,
10 a.m.: Presentation: John P. Holland & the Holland Torpedo Company, sponsored by New Suffolk Waterfront Fund. Fireplace room of Case’s Place at the Galley Ho, 650 First Street, New Suffolk.Steve Buchanan, submarine history instructor, U.S. Navy, tells the story of Irish immigrant and inventor of the modern submarine, John P. Holland. Free. Register: 631-566-0806, email@example.com.
Champagne on the waterfront. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder photos)
The New Suffolk Waterfront Fund is bringing back its biggest fundraiser of the year after a one-year hiatus.
Moonlight and Country returns to the New Suffolk waterfront on Saturday, July 28. The evening features music, a special live auction and a country-themed dinner prepared by Southold catering company Grace & Grit. Expect a comfort food menu of Southern barbecue, corn bread, slaw and pie.
“It always ends up being a very homey type of event,” said NSWF board member Linda Auriemma. “It is a lot of friends from New Suffolk, and of course new people, which we’re always happy to have.” (more…)