As you drive along Sound Avenue, you might notice something missing.
The cattle that once grazed in front of Martha Clara Vineyards no longer live at the Riverhead winery. They were relocated about a month ago to a farm upstate, officials from the vineyard said. READ
Northforker.com presents our latest “Experience North Fork” Giveaway. We welcome our new partner, Hudson River HealthCare.
HRHCare is giving away two tickets to the upcoming Honoring the Hands Celebration at Martha Clara Vineyards on Thursday, July 14.
This unique event features a wine smackdown, wine tastings from an assortment of local vineyards, delicious dinner provided by Lombardi’s Love Lane Market and the famous noah’s On the Road food truck. Live Music by the East End’s own Certain Moves. Tickets include food and drinks for the evening, in addition to dessert to-go.
Tickets are valued at $350.
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The “Big E Farm” in Riverhead. (Credit: The Corcoran Group)
With sweeping vistas, a storied 8,000-square-foot home, an iconic horse farm and award-winning Maratha Clara Vineyard on-site, the “Big E Farm” in Riverhead just became the largest parcel currently for sale on the North Fork. (more…)
BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTO | PBMC physical therapist Annette Horan (center) dances with one of her former patients at Friday’s Joint Replacement BBQ Reunion and Barn Dance.
Roger McCabe, 80, of Calverton had his right knee replacement surgery done last year by Dr. Michael Ciminiello at Peconic Bay Medical Center.
When asked how it went, he summed it up simply, saying, “It was a piece of cake.”
He took no pain killers or other medications and never had to resort to using a cane, he said.
“What did it for me was the physical therapy. The doctor called me an ideal patient,” Mr. McCabe said. “He told me it is not going to be easy but you have to work at it and I did.”
Mr. McCabe was headed to Peconic Bay’s 8th annual Joint Replacement Reunion Barbecue and Barn Dance event Friday afternoon at Martha Clara Vineyards.
There were about 400 former patients and 250 guests and medical staff in attendance. Click here for story and photos.