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Riverhead Faculty Community Theatre will pre send “42nd Street” this weekend. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)

Looking for something to do on the North Fork this Friday, Saturday and Sunday? northforker has you covered.

Here are five activities to check out this weekend.

Hops for Habitat

Friday, Nov. 6, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Visit Greenport Harbor Brewing Company for the annual Hops for Habitat Art + Awareness event. There will be a gallery of work by local artists and an opportunity to learn more about the local marine environment from Cornell Cooperative Extension’s scientists and educators. Money raised through art sales will directly support the restoration of eelgrass meadows in our local bays.

The gallery will be held at the brewery’s Greenport location at 234 Carpenter Street.

The following local artists will be featured: Christina Sun; Lindsay Hoffmann; Amy Worth; Kathleen Bifulco; Hector DeCordova; Randee Daddona; Julianne Karsten; Corey Solinger; Cynthia Wells; Diane Burke; Cindy Pease Roe; Scott Bluedorn; Jackie Black; Liz Schaeffler; Matthew M. Salerno; Maggie Merrill; Chris Paparo; Melissa Hyatt; Margaret Knowlden; Mark Terry; and Caroline Waloski.

RFCT presents 42nd Street.

Friday, Nov 6., and Saturday, Nov. 7, at 8 p.m.; Sunday, Nov. 8, at 2 p.m.

“42nd Street” premieres at Riverhead High School Friday, Nov. 6. Call 631-871-3908 for tickets. Tickets can also be purchased online for $16 at or at the door for $20.

Read more about the production here

Sake and oysters

Saturday, Nov. 7, noon to 1 p.m.

Join Little Creek Oyster Farm and Market when Ryan from Joto Sake will be on hand to teach you about all things sake-related.

Featuring three sakes from the oyster-region of Japan, she’ll guide you through a flight while explaining the sake-making process.

Free to learn, $15 to taste.

Flight includes tastes of each sake, with oyster pairing.

The Little Creek Oyster Farm and Market is located at 37 Front Street in Greenport. Call (631) 477-6992 for more info.

A North Fork photo gallery

See the lovely work of photographer David Korchin at Phoebe and Belle this fall. There will be an opening reception for his show, “Images of the North Fork,” which features a series of NoFo scenes, on Saturday. The photographer will attend the opening reception on Saturday from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Phoebe and Belle is located at 37070 Main Road in Cutchogue.

Veterans’ stories on Shelter Island

The Perlman Music Program Campus will host The Telling Project on Saturday evening. This theatrical production features local veterans and military family members will share stories of service and sacrifice. Directed by Alex Mallory, it features David Clark, Frank Kestler, JoAnn Lyles, Chris Stone, Katherine Mitchell, Patrick Donohue and Bob Rattcliffe and is presented by the Joseph J. Theinert Memorial Fund.

The PMP campus is located at 73 Shore Road, Shelter Island. For more info, call Melissa Mundy at (631) 835-6503 or email [email protected].