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Herbs, Hives & Honeybees!

The Group for the East End invites you to explore the healing power of the plants with Island Herbalist, Sarah Shepherd, and learn what YOU CAN DO to help save the honeybees!

Make a medicine pouch, take a herb walk (weather permitting), and observe beekeeping tools and hives.

For reservations or more information, please contact Christine Tylee at 631-765-6450 ext. 208 or intern@eastendenvironment.org. A family donation of $5 is suggested.

The Great Clovis Point Chili Cookoff

This third annual event is bigger and better than ever.

Chefs Christopher Augusta (The Harvest Inn), Erik Brown (Erik’s Breakfast & Lunch), Lia Fallon (The Riverhead Project), Tom Schaudel (A Lure, A Mano, Jewel) and Noah Schwartz (Noah’s), will put their best bowls forward alongside eight talented home cooks in this fun, friendly and fiery competition.

The prize (for home cooks) is a mixed six-pack of Clovis Point wines. Come and judge the winning recipe and raise funds for Group for the East End!
$25 per person, includes a taste of all competitors’ chilis, a ballot and, for guests over 21, a glass of Clovis Point Merlot.

Live Theater: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

The NFCT is proud to present One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Upon admittance to a mental institution, a brash rebel rallies the patients to take on the oppressive head nurse, a woman he views as more dictator than nurse. This comically sharp indictment of the establishment continues to be relevant today as it explores what is “normal.”

This is the closing performance.

Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at 631-298-NFCT or by clicking here.

Note: **This show contains adult themes and strong language.

 

Live Acoustic Jam at Martha Clara Vineyard

Gino D’Ambrosio and Jim Brown play a variety of Rock, Pop, Alternative, Blues and Top 40 Hits From the 60′s through today.

Free admission.

Beginning Birdwatchers Workshop I: Waterfowl

More than two-dozen species of waterfowl can be found in East End waters in fall, winter and spring. The Group for the East End invites you meet them all.

Join them indoors at the Downs Farm Nature Center in Cutchogue to be introduced to the varieties of local ducks, geese and swans. Then head outside to several locations in Southold to observe waterfowl in the field.

Reservations are required as space is limited to 12 participants.  Program fee: $10 per person.

For reservations or more information, please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-765-6450 ext. 205 or sbiasetti@eastendenvironment.org.

Be a Winemaker for a Day!

Owner and winemaker Anthony Sannino will lead a tour of the winery and provide an overview of the winemaking process. Guests will have the opportunity to taste Long Island wines, make their own custom blend and enjoy a light lunch.

$150/couple.

Reservations required with 72-hour notice for cancellations. There is a $50 processing fee if cancelled, otherwise the session is non-refundable.

Live Music at Pindar

Grant Werner performs.

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