Announcement Round-Up: 5 Things Our Readers Want You To Know

Announcements get your message out there. Here are a few posted recently on North Fork Patch.

North Fork Patch is not just about news, it is also a community hub where readers can share information, including events, yard sales, fundraisers, and other announcements, such as call outs for volunteers, congratulatory notes on births and marriages, and information on lost and adoptable pets.

The following is a round-up of announcements that were posted by readers during the week of Oct. 8. And if you want to post an announcement, feel free to click here to let everyone know what's happening.

1. The Whiteflower Farmhouse Opens at New Location 

Whiteflower Farmhouse owner Lori Guyer took advantage this week to announce that she moved her store from Peconic to a new location, 53995 Main Road in Southold.

2. Celebrating 136 Summers of Fresh Air Fun

The Fresh Air Fund announced that it has celebrated its 136th summer in the Hamptons this year.

3. Guided Botany Walk at Hallockville Happens Saturday

Hallockville Farms in Riverhead posted this week: "Join us for an Autumn Botanical Walk this Saturday! The fall is one of the best times for native grasses and wildflowers such as goldenrods and asters."

4. San Simeon's Car or Cash Raffle

San Simeon By the Sound's Cash or Car Raffle Drawing will take place on Oct. 26 at 5 p.m. at San Simeon by the Sound nursing home in Greenport. 

5. Southold Mother's Club Costume Shop Happens Sunday

The Southold Mother's Club will be hosting a children's Halloween Costume Swap on Oct. 14 from 1 to 3 p.m., at the Southold Free Library.

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