Sat, Feb 17, 2018
Please call for reservations and info about meeting place in Bridgehampton.
Eastern Tiger Salamander Search with Andy: Family/Ages 6+
Herpetologist Andy Sabin will take us into the nighttime woods in search of the largest of our native salamanders, the endangered Eastern Tiger Salamander. Don’t miss a rare opportunity to see this salamander as it makes its way to the pond to mate and to lay its eggs. Please bring a flashlight and wear boots, as late winter rains will make the ground soggy. This walk will take place only if there have been heavy rains.
Walk Leader: Andy Sabin, President, South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo) Board of DirectorsRead More
At the Edgewater Restaurant, we’re all about the experience. We work really hard to create and maintain a calming, tranquil escape, where you can get away from the annoyances of everyday life and just relax with your company. Here you can choose to lose yourself somewhere between the serene water views and the delicious servings of our expertly crafted food. Diners can choose to dine on the Deck, with a breathtaking view of Shinnecock Bay, or to dine inside, where an assortment of windows tease at the gorgeous view in a more intimate setting. Our staff is here to fulfill your every request, you will find them polite, personable and dedicated to providing you with a memorable experience. Our experienced chefs take great pride in our brunch, lunch, and dinner menus, offering a selection of delightful dishes that are sure to leave you satisfied, including our popular stuffed flounder, delectable pastas and fresh clams.
If you seek a vacation without the travel time, come dine with us.
Friday at Doran’s in Hampton Bays
Saturday at Buckley’s in Hampton Bays
Saturday evening talks and readings at Harbor Books in Sag harbor starting February 17th from 5pm to 7pm
Dates: February 11, February 18, March 11
Time: 12 noon
Fee for all three lectures: $50.00 Members, $65 Non-Members
The Madoo Conservancy is pleased to announce a series of three lectures exploring landscape architecture and our waterways. The talks will be led by leading landscape architects who will discuss current projects and their experiences working in our delicate environment. With bays, ponds and the ocean the East End of Long Island is a unique environment that development has degraded. However, landscape architecture can lead the way to improving our water quality issues with good design.
Each Landscape Architect will be joined by Rachel Gruzen, MEM, LEED AP an environmental planning consultant and educator for a lively discussion on landscape design and the environment within the regional context of a changing East End. Ms. Gruzen most recently coordinated The Peconic Estuary Protection Committee, an alliance of eastern Long Island municipalities and agencies addressing water quality in the Peconic Estuary. We’ll discuss design solutions and good practices to alleviate the stressors on our local ecosystems that can be put in place by residents and designers.
The talks will take place in our recently restored 1740 barn and be followed by a reception in the adjacent summerhouse.
Tickets $20 members, $25 non-members. Three lectures for $50 members, $65 non membersRead More
Public Skating, adult hockey, junior hockey, high school hockey, drop in hockey and many other fun events for everyone.Read More
This is a great event that’s very popular and raises money for a good cause.
Saturday, February 10th 7pm to 10pm
Shagwong Restaurant is located at 774 Montauk Hwy, Montauk, NY 11954Read More