A sea of smiles and sweet tunes rolled into Riverhead last night for the All for the East End event at Martha Clara Vineyards, which brought a thousand-plus guests to the Sound Avenue farm to dance and nosh the night away in the name of the region’s thousand-plus nonprofits.
The North Fork Education Initiative’s second annual Share: A Celebration of Education fundraiser and cocktail reception was held last Sunday at Golden Earthworm Organic Farm in Jamesport, to benefit the Peconic Community School.
Beginning September 8 Noah’s restaurant in Greenport will be holding winemakers dinners. The six-course dinner, with a raw bar to start, will be accompanied by wines from one winery, and the winemaker will be on hand to talk everyone through the hows and the whys of the pairings.
The first fundraiser for All for the East End is coming up in three days. We profiled the organization and its founding in our latest issue. The idea is a central clearing house to provide aid to all of the East End’s nonprofits, especially the smaller ones that attend to environment and the less fortunate.
Calling all soup-lovers! The Peconic Land Trust and Amagansett Farmers Market are teaming up for an evening of soup, wine, and music: it’s Souper Tuesday.
Meet Quail Hill Farm’s beekeeper, Mary Woltz, owner of Bees’ Needs, to learn about the challenges and rewards of keeping bees.
Paumanok Vineyards is turning 30 this year, and part of the celebration the third Lamb Roast dinner in the vineyard prepared by the chef of ilili, a restaurant in Manhattan run by family member Philippe Massoud, executive chef and proprietor, and Charles Massoud’s nephew
All for the East End is a new nonprofit dedicated to raising money for all the existing nonprofits on the East End.
The Greenlawn Pickle Festival hit record numbers last year when 5,000 people came out to buy and taste pickles.
A symphony of top chefs from Manhattan to the Hamptons rolled up their sleeves and cooked for a cause; signature hors d’oeuvres were made using the local bounty, while brewers, winemakers and specialty drink enthusiasts poured.
The second annual Great Food Truck Derby will be rolling onto the grounds of the Hayground School in Bridgehampton on August 9. Snag yours now.
This August, Guild Hall will bring three culinary celebrities to town.