Join the New Suffolk Waterfront Fund and Group for the East End for a paddle through Cutchogue Harbor under August’s Full Sturgeon Moon. Please bring your own kayak or stand up paddleboard and favorite beverage/snack; picnic to follow. Reservations are required. Please contact Christine Tylee at email@example.com for more information. Free event. Rain cancels.
Join the New Suffolk Waterfront Fund and Group for the East End as we use seine nets and dip nets to collect creatures both large and small before temporarily placing them in aquarium tanks for observation and discussion. This hands-on exploration event is ideal for the young naturalist! We will meet at Submarine Beach at the end of Main Street in New Suffolk.
For more information, please contact Christine Tylee at firstname.lastname@example.org. Bathing suit, water shoes, sunscreen, and water are advised. Rain cancels.
Dr. Lucinda Hemmick, President, Southold Indian Museum
Dr. Joel Klein, Past President, Professional Archeologists of NYC
Please join us in the Fireplace Room of Case's Place at the Galley Ho and hear exactly what IS going on at the museum!...Lots of exciting stuff, actually! Guest speakers, Lucinda and Joel will give us the scoop on the latest museum exhibits and projects.
Then it's "Show and Tell" time! Bring yourNative American artifacts and arrowheads! Archaeologist Joel ... will examine your treasures and tell us all about your special finds!
Speaker: Buck Buchanan, Submarine History Instructor, US Navy
Please join us in the Fireplace Room of Case's Place at the Galley Ho for a rare, in-depth look into the fascinating life of Irish immigrant John P. Holland, inventor of the modern submarine. You might already know that, from 1899-1905, Holland submarine trials were conducted right here at the New Suffolk Waterfront, site of the first submarine base in the United States. But, John Holland’s life was not an easy one, nor was it paved with fame, glory or wealth. Come hear his story.
Bzzzzzz....We are celebrating National Pollinator's Week, which runs, this year, from June 18 - 24!
Please join us in the Fireplace Room of Case's Place at the Galley Ho for a fascinating look into the lives of bees and beekeeper, Prudence Heston of Salt Air Farm in Cutchogue. Hear all about Prudence's hives of honey bees, their care and the critical role both wild bees and honey bees play in the health and continuing availability of our food supply. Learn about the issues and problems affecting the health of our local bee populations today.
If you think being a commercial fisherman's wife is boring, think again! Join us for an informative and sometimes humorous look at the "fishing life" by author and Mattituck resident, Stephanie Villani. Stephanie and her fisherman husband Alex run Blue Moon Fish from the North Fork of Long Island. They have been selling local fish, shellfish and smoked fish at NYC Greenmarkets since 1998.
Hear about life behind the scenes of "fishing for a living" and get the inside scoop from Stephanie about how to easily prepare and cook virtually any of the fish and shellfish our Long Island waters have to offer.
Copies of Stephanie's seafood cookbook/memoir, The Fisherman's Wife will be available for purchase after the lecture. Stephanie blogs at www.bluemoonfish.com.