- Talk Fiction: Award-winning novelist Robert Banfelder will discuss his newest thriller, "Trace Evidence," inspired by Long Island’s first death penalty case in 1998, the Robert Shulman serial killer trial. Having spent every weekday
for 15 months as a spectator at trial in Riverhead, the author will discuss his courtroom experiences, his visit, tour and lecture at Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Center on Ward’s Island in Manhattan, as well as the interview he was granted with the head of Suffolk County Homicide, plus more, as the author shares how to create non-fiction out of true events. The event will take place on Tuesday at the Riverhead Free Library at 6 p.m. To register, call 631-369-3228.
- "Dirt & Mud": Tuesday from 6:30 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. at the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Free Library . Kids can listen to stories about playing and digging in the mud and dirt. Stories, songs, craft and snack. Ages 4 - 5 years.
- The Mattituck-Laurel Library offers health insurance counseling for adults from 1:30 p.m. until 3 p.m. in the craft room.
- It's Twilight Tuesday at Corey Creek Vineyard in Southold. Enjoy live music, late night tastings and family food. A rotating roster of local food trucks will be on site including Montaco, Silver Spoon, The Roaming Fork and Wandering Palate. Relax in the tasting room and enjoy live music. Admission: $5 cover; the event, which runs nonstop through the end of the season, rain or shine.
- Another Southold Mothers Club Carousel Kids Meet Up takes place at 4:30 p.m. at Mitchell Park in Greenport. Come and meet other SMC moms and kids for a ride on the carousel and Townsend Manor Inn for pizza with Rolling in Dough pizza truck to follow. Come for carousel and pizza. Children under three ride free on the carousel with a paying adult. Carousel tickets are $2 per ride. RSVP recommended. For more information and to RSVP, please contact email@example.com.
- It's Taco Tuesday at Lucharitos in Greenport. Enjoy $2 tacos from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m.
- Greenport's camera obscura is open daily when the sun shines in August. Admission is $1. A camera obscura an ancient optical device that allows visitors to see a 360-degree image of the park and surrounding village shops.
- Find a new home on the North Fork.
- Or visit a few open houses.
- What’s playing at the movies … and when?
- Hide and low tide times.
- Advertise your yard sale ahead of the weekend.
- See those yard sales pop up on our map.