Things to do at North Fork this week: 7.-13.  January 2022

Things to do at North Fork this week: 7.-13. January 2022

Enjoy yourself at these featured events and activities at North Fork this week, 7-13. January 2022.


Pure Prairie League at the Suffolk Theater
Friday, January 7 at 6:30 p.m.

Join this country rocking group while playing originals and covers. Tickets range from $ 49- $ 69 and proof of vaccination is required.
118 East Main Street, Riverhead. 631-727-4343,

Atlantic Ocean at Pindar Vineyards
Sunday, January 9 at 13.00

Do not miss your chance to warm up with live music in the tasting room at Pindar Vineyards. Wines are available by the glass and bottle, as well as tasty snacks.
37645 Main Road, Peconic. 631-734-6200,

Get tea on bees at this week's Bee Club meeting
Get tea on bees at this week’s Bee Club meetingDavid Taylor


Friday night flights
Friday, January 7 at

Live music, half-price flights and a late-night Adrift North Fork art show are all part of the fun of Bedell Cellars’ Corey Creek taproom.
36225 Main Road, Southold. 631-734-7537,

Custer Honey Bee Club
Friday, January 7 at

Beginners and experienced beekeepers can gather for some hands-on collaboration and demonstrations at this special meeting. Sustainable practices and hive management will be discussed. The meeting is free, but pre-registration is recommended.
1115 Bayview Road, Southold. 631-765-2626,

East End Food Market
Saturday, January 8 at 9.00

Visit the market every Saturday to try local food, wine and craft vendors. There is live music, activities and a chance to learn more about the community.
Highway 139, Riverhead. 631-727-7600,

Horse and farm hiking
Sunday, January 9 at 10.00

Sign up in advance for a tour of Spirit’s Promise Equine Rescue, including its horses, cows, goats and chickens. Be sure to bring a mask and shoes that are suitable for walking.
2746 Sound Avenue, Riverhead. 631-875-0443,

North Fork Donut Co. Mating
Sunday, January 9 at 11.00

Do not miss this typical North Fork event with three donuts uniquely designed by the North Fork Donut company paired with three Sannino Estate wines. You can come at any time before 18.00 for your mating, but you must register in advance.
15971 Amtsvej 48, Cutchogue. 631-743-8282,

Winter forest walk at Downs Farm Preserve
Sunday, January 9 at 12-13.30

Enjoy a refreshing winter hike based on the Japanese tradition Shinrin-Yoko, which provides a number of wellness benefits. Be sure to dress warmly and get ready to see some beautiful winter sights with the East End group.
23800 Main Road, Cutchogue. 631-734-6413,

Poker at Andy’s
Monday, January 10 at

If you like Texas Hold ‘Em, you will love Andy’s, where you can play every Monday night and enjoy delicious soups, appetizers and burgers. Andy’s offers cozy indoor seating, plenty of drinks and a kids’ menu.
34 Front Street, Greenport. 631-333-2525,

Adults 21+ Roller Skating
Wednesday, January 12 at 17.30

Tie your favorite skates together and head on to the Greenport American Legion, where $ 10 will give you two and a half hours around the track and skate rental if you need them. You can buy tickets by credit card in advance or only in cash at the door.
121 Third Street, Greenport.

2000s Musicals Bingo
Wednesday, January 12 at 18.30

If you know lots of your favorite musicals, you will not want to miss this harmonious event at North Fork Brewing Company. You will have a chance to win coupons for a free draft and other great prizes.
24 East Second Street, Riverhead. 631-591-1191,

The Broadway Musical Learning Circle
Wednesday, January 12 at

Are you interested in learning more about Broadway’s musical structure and groundbreaking shows? Sign up for this introductory meeting at the Floyd Memorial Library to learn all about your favorite songs and trends.
539 First Street, Greenport. 631-477-2647,

Book club at Ram’s Head Inn
Thursday, January 13 at

Join the Shelter Island Library as they host a book club discussion at Ram’s Head Inn. This week, the discussion will focus on Ernest Hemingways A moving Party, which describes his life in Paris with other literary coryphaeus. Sign up online in advance.
108 South Ram’s Head Island Drive, Shelter Island Heights. 631-749-0042,

Open Mic Night at Green Hill Kitchen
Thursday, January 13 at 18-21

Show off your skills every Thursday night at Green Hill Kitchen, known for its fine barbecue and burgers. There is also a kids menu and lots of bubbles available.
48 Front Street, Greenport. 631-477-4900,

Broadway sign
It’s time to learn all about Broadway!Getty Images


Broadway Musicals from 2010-2019: The Only Constant Is Change
Wednesday, January 12 at

Fans of the big stage will not miss this free Zoom event presented by the Southold Free Library. Take a look at some amazing successes and heartbreaking failures, and review some wonderful shows together.

Guided tour of the Sunken Forest
Thursday, January 13 at

Join a park ranger via Zoom for a tour of the Fire Island National Seashore’s Sunken Forest. Learn about the plants and animals involved in this unique ecosystem. Sign up in advance and a Zoom ID and password will be sent to you 15 minutes before the event starts.


Farms all over America
Through February 13th

Join the Alex Ferrone Gallery for this exhibition of photography, paintings, mixed media and sculptures showing farms throughout the United States. The museum is open Friday to Sunday at 12-17 or by appointment.
25425 Main Road, Cutchogue. 631-734-8545,

Quilt Display at Southold Historical Society
Now in sight

Do not miss the museum’s extensive textile collection, which includes duvets sewn during the Civil War as well as the abstention movement. See also the work of the talented miller Frank Davis Smith, who owned a milling shop in Peconic at the beginning of the last century.

55200 Main Road, Southold. 631-765-5500,

America in print
Now in sight

See this story of how the lithograph invented in 1796 made color printing available for everyone to enjoy. Suddenly, average people could enjoy works by artists like Currier and Ives in their own homes. This exhibition captures cityscapes, landscapes and scenes from 19th-century literature.
300 West Main Street, Riverhead. 631-727-2881,

Shelter Islands DNA
Now in sight

This online exhibit features timeless elements that are part of the DNA of Shelter Island life, including crawling in Clam Creek, wakeboarding past Crescent Beach or fishing for snappers. Explore history through postcards, photos and artifacts without leaving your home.

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