From an all-day fire department's birthday celebration to a winery festival and art shows, the North Fork had it all going on this week before Greenport's ever-popular Maritime Festival coming up this weekend. Click on these links to review:
celebrated its 125th anniversary on Saturday, starting the day with a showing of antique engines and equipment to young and old alike.
: Hundreds lined the street of Southold to witness an elaborate parade Saturday afternoon down Route 25 with engines from Southold and dozens of neighboring deparments, bands and local Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps cadets.
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North Fork vintners such as Barbara Shinn of in Mattituck and Juan Micieli-Martinez of in Riverhead poured their product for a well-attended charity fundraiser in Bridgehampton over the weekend.
Laura Wilson might be new to Greenport but she's already gathered a group of artists and pulled off a successful art show at on Saturday.
5. was a big hit for those looking for a cheap yet healthy alternative to Happy Meals in the minivan —
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