Ashlyn Galante, 2, of Mineola chows down at the Harbes Sweet Corn Festival on Sunday. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
It was good ol’ wholesome family fun at Harbes Family Farm on Sunday as the Mattituck farm celebrated 25 years of growing its staple crop, sweet corn.
Festivities at the Sound Avenue agritainment center included tug-of-war, limbo, corn toss and the festival’s marquee event, a corn eating contest.
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Classic Car Night resumed down by the Peconic Riverfront in Riverhead on Thursday night, as about 20 classic car owners drove downtown to enjoy the sun.
The weekly gathering in the parking lot by the river is sponsored by the Business Improvement District, and runs through August.
Miss the cars this week? Head down there next week. Or in the meantime, check out these photos from Thursday night. (more…)
Tara Wilson was the first place female with a time of 21:08. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
Peconic Landing held its 9th annual May Mile 5K race/walk on Saturday morning in Greenport. (more…)
From left, Kirsten Droskoski, Keira Klotzer, 5, and Sharon Klotzer of Greenport shopping at Louise Eberle’s stall at the Greenport PTA’s Mother’s Day craft fair Sunday. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder photos)
Vendors from across Long Island sold a variety of unique Mother’s Day arts and crafts, as well as food and refreshments, at the Greenport PTA’s craft fair Sunday on the front lawn of the school.
Proceeds from the fair, which runs until 5 p.m., benefit the PTA. (more…)
KATHARINE SCHROEDER PHOTOS | Cutchogue East Elementary School preformed Annie Jr. this weekend.
Cutchogue East Elementary School preformed this weekend Annie Jr., an adaptation of Broadway’s beloved musical, Annie. (more…)
KATHARINE SCHROEDER PHOTO | A Frozen Yogurt sign in Mattituck, aptly covered in snow this morning.
The second major snowstorm of 2014 dumped nearly a foot of snow across the North Fork yesterday into this morning. As residents continue to dig out today, here are some photos from this morning:
KATHARINE SCHROEDER PHOTO | Greenport resident Christopher North reads an excerpt from Martin Luther King Jr’s “I Have a Dream” speech.
The Southold Town Anti-Bias Task Force held a memorial program in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. at the Orient Congregational Church in Orient Sunday afternoon. (more…)
KATHARINE SCHROEDER | The Greenport Pirates take to the ice at Mitchell Park for the National Anthem Saturday night.
Greenport Village partnered with the Town of Oyster Bay for “Pond Hockey Friendship Games” at Mitchell Park Saturday night.
Three age groups faced off against each other in part one of the games. Part two will be held in Oyster Bay on Feb. 15.
“Building on the popularity of ice hockey games being played outside, the two-day event will allow hockey players ages 8-13 to take to the ice for a series of friendly youth hockey contests,” Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto said in a press release.
Greenport’s Mayor David Nyce agreed.
“This unique event will give its young participants the feel for playing travel hockey in a friendly and enjoyable manner while still staying on Long Island,” he said. “ We are hoping that this exciting concept will ultimately become an annual event and residents from both the Village of Greenport and the Town of Oyster Bay come out to support the youngsters.”
ROBERT O’ROURK PHOTO | Southold’s Liam Walker drives toward the basket against Greenport’s Gavin Dibble.
It was Porter Purple Day in Greenport.
But it was the red of Southold that prevailed in the end.
The Southold boys basketball team defeated the host Porters, 57-55, Saturday afternoon in a League VIII matchup. The First Settlers evened their league record at 5-5 while dropping the Porters to 4-5. It was the second meeting between the schools after Greenport won an early December matchup, 82-70.
Fans were encouraged to wear purple to the game to show their support for the home team. Athletic Director Jim Caliendo designated it as Porter Purple Day.
Liam Walker delivered the game-winning basket with a layup in the final second. He finished with 15 points in the game and was tied for the team-high with Alex Poliwoda.
Galvin Dibble led all scorers for Greenport with 19.
Shayne Johnson scored 13 and Kenji Fujita added 10 for Southold. Timmy Stevens scored 11 for Greenport.
Greenport held an eight-point halftime lead, but the First Settlers bounced back with a big third quarter to tie the game heading into the fourth quarter.