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Greenport Harbor Brewing Company Presents – “TIGHT LINES: Mixed Media Fish by Artist Stephen Palmer

Greenport Harbor Brewing Company 234 Carpenter Street, Greenport

As we celebrate Earth Day this week, we are pleased to announce our latest exhibit, “TIGHT LINES: Mixed Media Fish by Artist Stephen Palmer”. Frequenters of Greenport Harbor Brewing Company’s Peconic restaurant will recognize Stephen Palmer’s whimsical sculptures of fishes constructed out of found objects such as saw blades, golf tees, or silverware. For the first time, Palmer’s sculptures will be the focus of GHBC’s latest exhibition at their Greenport location. The artist’s mixed media fish speaks to the environment […]

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Havens Farmers’ Market

Shelter Island History Center 16 South Ferry Road, Shelter Island

Held rain or shine. Come support local farmers and craftspeople.

Free

Pollinators, from Farm to Flower

Peconic Land Trust 296 Hampton Road, Southampton,

Talk with master bee-deeper Chris Kelly at Peconic Land Trust's Charnews Farm, 3005 Youngs Ave. Southold $5. Reservations 631-283-3195 ext. 17 or Events@peconiclandtrust.org.

Vine-yasa Flow at Pindar Vineyards

Pindar vineyard 37645 Route 25, Peconic

oin instruct Nikki in a vinyasa flow yoga class in the Pindar Vineyards on Saturday, July 24 at 10 a.m. After the class participants can stay an enjoy a glass of wine or flight from Pindar Vineyards. Participants are asked to bring their own towel or mat and arrive 10 minutes early. The event is $30 per person. To register for the event, click here.

Live music from the NoFo Band at Pindar Vineyards

Pindar vineyard 37645 Route 25, Peconic

The NoFo Band will play live at Pindar Vineyards on Saturday, July 24 from 1 to 5 pm. For more information about the band, click here. For more information about the venue, click here.

Shipwrecks of Dead Man’s Cove

Southold Museums 54325 Main Road, Southold

Come learn the secrets of the “Shipwrecks of Dead Man’s Cove,” during a fascinating mini lecture at the Nautical Museum at Horton Point Lighthouse. Bring your lawn chair as lighthouse volunteer Ben Gonzalez shares the stories he uncovered while doing research for the “Dead Man’s Cove” exhibit. Historically, the hidden boulders and the underwater sandbar were particularly troublesome and at times, perilous, for navigators on the Long Island Sound before Horton Point Lighthouse was operational. […]

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