Christine Tylee & Stephanie Licciardi, Group for the East End
Every choice we make has implications on the local environment. Come join us and learn about making sustainable choices while living on the North Fork. Christine and Stephanie will talk about the latest eco-friendly practices that some of our local businesses have incorporated into their daily operations. They will also provide tips ranging from how to make simple changes in daily life to celebrating the holidays the “greener” way. The program will conclude with a workshop on making your own chemical-free household cleaners.
Speaker: Bob Fox, Kimogenor Point Historian
Bob Fox, Kimogenor Point historian, will discuss the Kimogenor Point Company in New Suffolk, from its founding in 1906 as a small real estate corporation, through its development as a cottage rental colony and social club, and its 100 years of private ownership since then. Bob's presentation will draw on the rich trove of photographs and documents in the Kimogenor Point archives.
Bring your children to the beach for a fun exploration with the Peconic Land Trust and the New York State DEC. Hosted by the New Suffolk Waterfront, your children will learn fun facts about creatures living in our local bays and then get up close to a variety of marine animals brought to the beach with a seine net. All sea creatures will be released safely back into the sea.
FREE! Attendees must wear water shoes to protect feet.
For more information and to reserve, call the Peconic Land Trust at 631.283.3195 or email to Events@Peconiclandtrust.org.
Speaker: Amy Folk, Southold Town Historian
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