A sneak preview of our April cover. (Photo by David Benthal)
Next week will be April, a month for new beginnings. It’s a time to shed the extra layers of clothing, to start working in the yard again and to breathe fresh North Fork air.
In this same space last year, I called April one big giant to-do list. While errands can be so daunting in the cold winter months, they begin to feel good again this time of year.
This idea of new beginnings is resonant in the April issue of our magazine, which will begin hitting newsstands this week.
Spring has arrived and the number of events happening on the North Fork will soon begin to grow along with the plants and flowers that dot our landscape.
If you need assistance sifting through all the happenings across the North Fork and beyond, we’re here to help.
Underground Training owner Katie Peters enjoys a hot drink at the Orient Country Store. (Credit: David Benthal)
Our readers’ enthusiastic response to the March women’s issue of Northforker magazine has been overwhelming. The eight women featured are all community builders — even if that’s not exactly what they set out to be or what we aimed to capture in their profiles.
Ever meet a staffer who greets you with a smile at a local restaurant or bar and say, “I wish I got to know more about that person.”
There may be less to do on the North Fork in winter, but if you search hard enough you’ll find some really great events that will snap you out of the winter doldrums.
Or you can let us do the searching for you.