Friendsgiving at First & South, Perspectives on Environmental Issues at Peconic Landing, Monday Night Swing, Tuesday Life Drawing

Weekday Listings

Mon November 13 – Thurs November 16

Get your Monday night football on at Bay Breeze Inn & Bistro or put your dancing shoes on and head to First & South’s Monday Swing in Greenport. Tuesday head to Peconic Landing for a presentation on North Fork Environmental Issues or try your hand at life drawing during a three hour session at South Street Gallery. Wednesday BYO everything to First and South for their annual Friendsgiving Dinner.

The Daily Best

Monday, November 13

  • First and South: First Monday Swing! Greenport. With Blake Hobby Dowling, Dance out the winter blues! 6-9 pm. Details.
  • Bay Breeze Inn & Bistro: Monday Night Football Watch Jamesport. Bring the boys and ladies all down! Try our wings and you’ll quickly agree, they’re the best on the North Fork. What’s better than football, wings, beer, and good company? You’ll find it all…..at the Breeze! 7 pm. Details.
  • William Ris Gallery: Sherri Wolfgang’s “Nick-E-Lo-De-An,” Jamesport. Sherri Wolfgang’s newest series was inspired by the earliest movies which were short, flickering images creating the illusion of motion. As in the first theaters to show these films more than a century ago, Nick.e.lo.de.on captures individual “frames” of a dancer in motion. The spotlight flickers on and off…and with the contrast of shadow and light recaptures the wonders of the human body and expression. Meet Nick, the dancer/model, inspiring this series. 11-5 pm. Details.
  • Sirens’ Song Gallery, Greenport. Paintings, intaglio, and relief prints, mixed media. Fri-Mon. 12:30-6 pm. Details.
  • South Street GalleryGreenport. open Fri-Mon, Noon-5 pm Details.  
  • Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical SocietyCutchogue. Explore historic buildings on the Green. 1-4 pm. Details

Tuesday, November 14

  • Peconic Landing: Three Perspectives on North Fork Environmental Issues, Greenport. Join the Lifetime Learning Speakers Bureau as they present an environmental panel consisting of Jeremy Samuelson, Director of the Mashomack Preserve and representing the Nature Conservancy on Long Island; Bob Deluca, president of the group for the East End; and Melanie Cirillo, Director of Conservation planning for the Peconic Land Trust. 8 – 9 pm. Details.
  • South Street Gallery: Tuesday Life Drawing, Greenport. Join us for a three hour session with an live model. We begin with ten two minute poses, then progress to three fives, two tens and one fifteen. The last hour is a series of three twenty minute poses. Please bring your own drawing materials; all levels are welcome. 4:30 – 7:30 pm. Details.

Wednesday, November 15

  • First and South: Friendsgiving Greenport. BYOB-C-D-E-F-G! Bring a side, bring some pie (stawberry rhubarb please!), bring some wine; it’s a potluck. We’ll be making the turkey! 6-9 pm. Details.
  • Group for the East End: Traditional Herbal Remedies: Tincture Making, Cutchogue. Herbalist, April Alexander, will teach us the healing power of plants through this tincture making workshop at Downs Farm Preserve (Cutchogue). Tinctures (alcohol extracts) can be applied both topically and internally to help as a sleep aid and to treat fevers, colds, and even depression. 6-8pm Details.
  • Wednesday Night Shuckers ClubLittle Creek Oysters Greenport. Wednesday night starts at 5pm @ Little Creek! All shuckers — and you know who you are — continue to pop in for our selected drink and oyster specials. 5-9 pm. Details.
  • William Ris Gallery: Sherri Wolfgang’s “Nick-E-Lo-De-An,” Jamesport. Opening reception for Sherri Wolfgang’s newest series was inspired by the earliest movies which were short, flickering images creating the illusion of motion. As in the first theaters to show these films more than a century ago, Nick.e.lo.de.on captures individual “frames” of a dancer in motion. The spotlight flickers on and off…and with the contrast of shadow and light recaptures the wonders of the human body and expression. Meet Nick, the dancer/model, inspiring this series. 11-5 pm. Details.
  • Oysterponds Historical SocietyOrient. Visit Village Hall, and its six exhibit rooms. 2-5 pm Details.
  • North Fork Taps & Corks: Open MicSouthold. Lots of talent stops in. Check videos on their Facebook page. 7 pm. Details.
  • Greenport Harbor Brewing: Team Trivia NightPeconic. Grab your buddies. Free to play, $50 Gift Card Prize. Limit 6 per team. Sign up begins at 5:15 pm and the game starts at 5:45 pm. Until 7:30 pm. Details.
  • Rosalie Dimon GalleryJamesport. Works by David Peikon. Open Wed. – Sun., 11:30 am to 9:30 pm. Through Weds, October 25, 2017. DetailsFriday to Sunday

Thursday, November 9

  • Weird Beer: OG Beer Release NightLittle Creek Oysters Greenport. Greenport Harbor Brewing & Little Creek Oysters team up each Thursday to intro a new OG (Original Greenport) beer with happy hour pricing. This week: Haus Pilsner (4.5%): A German style Pils. 5-8 pm. Details.
  • William Ris Gallery: Sherri Wolfgang’s “Nick-E-Lo-De-An,” Jamesport. Opening reception for Sherri Wolfgang’s newest series was inspired by the earliest movies which were short, flickering images creating the illusion of motion. As in the first theaters to show these films more than a century ago, Nick.e.lo.de.on captures individual “frames” of a dancer in motion. The spotlight flickers on and off…and with the contrast of shadow and light recaptures the wonders of the human body and expression. Meet Nick, the dancer/model, inspiring this series. 11-5 pm. Details.
  • Rosalie Dimon GalleryJamesport. Works by David Peikon. Open Wed. – Sun., 11:30 am to 9:30 pm. Through Weds, October 25, 2017. DetailsFriday to Sunday
  • Oysterponds Historical SocietyOrient. Visit Village Hall, and its six exhibit rooms. 2-5 pm Details
  • Live Music, Baiting Hollow FarmCraig Rose. 5-9 pm. Details.

For options beyond The Weekend’s Best, check out the listings at Edible East EndNorthforker.comNorthFork PatchSouthold LocalEast End GetawayNorth-Forks and Dan’s Papers.

(nearly)  Daily

  • Peconic Landing, Brecknock Hall GreenportSculpture Garden. Enjoy self-guided tours of the Art Without Barriers Sculpture Garden, the North Fork’s only interactive outdoor gallery with tactile elements. Park behind Brecknock Hall by the blue Art Without Barriers welcome kiosk. 10 am-4 pm. Details.
  • Gallery M.  Greenport. Open 11-7 Weekend Days.  Details.
  • South Street GalleryGreenport. Fine Art.  Fri-Mon, Noon-5 pm Details.  
  • Southold LibrarySoutholdEn Plein Air by students of instructor Suzzanne Fokine. Open when the library isDetails.
  • Castello Di Borghese VineyardsCutchogueSea Something, Save Something. Some of the multi-talented artists exhibiting are Kara Hoblin, Scott Bluedorn, Dalton Portella, Randee Post Daddona, Cindy Pease Roe, Peter Spacek, Idoline Duke, Dan Welden, Michele Dragonetti, Sarah Prescott and many more.  11 am -5 pm. Details
  • Jacqueline Penney Gallery & StudioCutchogue. A huge collection of the artist’s acrylic landscapes and other works.  Open year round. Details
  • Cutchogue Library GalleryCutchogueNeighbors A group show w/Joanne Auwaerter, Shelley Scoggins, Glenn McNab. Open when the library isDetails.
  • Mattituck-Laurel Library GalleryMattituckDreams of Summer, Paintings by Carol Gold. Gold is a professional Mattituck artist whose oil landscapes, beaches and beautiful gardens emphasize space and color so that viewers often remark: “I feel I can walk right into your painting”. Also available as archival giclees. Open when the library isDetails.
  • William Ris GalleryJamesport. Large, diverse, frequently changing exhibits. 11-5 pm. Details
  • Martha Clara Vineyards: Meet the Artist in Residence: Andrea Gonzales 2-5pm. Martha Clara Vineyards Sound Avenue. Opening Sunday. Come to the Tasting Room now through September to see the artwork of Jon Schusteritsch. Details.
  • North Fork Chocolate CompanyAquebogue. Exhibit by Biscari Art Studio. Steven Biscari Amaral local Artist, Entrepreneur, and Chef

 

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