Traditional shingle-style homes are commonplace on the North Fork. The beach cottage aesthetic is befitting, but so, too, are homes built in the modernist style. A new exhibit at Cutchogue-New Suffolk Library, entitled “A New Wave of Modern Architecture on the North Fork,” explores that idiom, which is less commonly seen locally. READ
The Cutchogue-New Suffolk Free Library celebrated its newest addition last Saturday with a ribbon cutting for a refurbished lobby that includes a book-sale nook, which will help raise money year round. READ
Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library has a new director, and she has deep roots in the community. Rosemary Martilotta will officially take over Feb. 5. READ
Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library will host a NoFo Artists Studio Tour Saturday as a fundraiser for the library, according to director Jennifer Fowler. READ
The Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library kindly requests the vandals who stole the letters L, I, R and Y from the building to return them. The joke has run its course. READ
Residents approved proposed budgets in both the Floyd Memorial Library and Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library districts Tuesday night.
Southold Town residents will head to the polls over the next week as they decide whether to approve the budgets of several local libraries.
The Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library held a gala Saturday night to celebrate 100 years of service to the community.
All three floors of the building were transformed into an elegant candlelit space with displays highlighting the history of the library and its place in the community. READ
The recent release of Harper Lee’s novel “Go Set a Watchman” has piqued the interest of library patrons across Suffolk County — where every copy of the book has been checked out and over 700 people are on waiting lists.
Natural fibers artist Barbara Ringewald of Cutchogue, wearing a shawl she made, demonstrates how she sets up the loom in her home studio before starting work on a new piece. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
Time doesn’t exist when natural fibers artist Barbara Ringewald is at her loom.
“It’s hard to say,” she said when asked how long it took her to complete a double-woven reversible jacket on view at “Weaving My World,” her exhibit at Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library. “I have no sense of time at all.”
Patience, on the other hand, is something she has in abundance. (more…)