A huge crowd turned out for the 62nd annual Cutchogue Fire Department chicken barbecue Saturday.
More than 3,000 chickens were grilled on long pits and served by volunteers at the New Suffolk Avenue grounds.
The event serves as a fundraiser for the department.
Photographer Elizabeth Wagner captured the event in these photos.
The Greenport High School Class of 2018 celebrated its graduation Sunday afternoon. Valedictorian Lena Wolf addressed the students as valedictorian and Jenna Loper spoke as the salutatorian. READ
Dozens of North Fork residents and cancer survivors came out to support the North Fork Breast Health Coalition at its fourth annual Pink Pearl Gala at the East Wind in Wading River Friday. READ
The Mattituck American Legion Post No. 861 held a ceremony Saturday to commemorate Veterans Day.
The Southold-Greenport High School Drama Clubs are scheduled to perform “Sabrina Fair,” which was the basis for the 1954 and 1995 “Sabrina” films, at three performances.
Pet owners gathered at churches over the weekend for annual Blessing of the Animals ceremonies.
At Our Lady of Good Counsel R.C. Church in Mattituck, the Sunday service was led by Monsignor Joseph Staudt. All proceeds were donated to the town’s animal shelter.
“Young Frankenstein” kicks off a full season of musicals at North Fork Community Theatre in Mattituck, which is celebrating its 60th season.
On a beautiful, sunny day in Greenport, another huge crowd turned out for the East End Seaport Museum & Maritime Foundation’s 28th annual Maritime Festival. READ
The 28th annual East End Maritime Festival in Greenport kicked off Friday night with the Land and Sea Gala. READ