Educational and Cultural Center 3800 Duck Pond Rd, Cutchogue, NY11935 The Educational and Cultural Center is a facility serving the development of the local community. For further…More information, please contact their office.
Cutchogue New Suffolk Historical Council 27320 Main Rd, Cutchogue, NY11935 The Cutchogue New Suffolk Historical Society is a non-profit organization that owns and maintains the Old Burying Ground…More and the historic structures — one of which was originally built by European settlers in 1649 — located in the hamlet's Village Green. The group is run in large part by volunteers and is chartered by the New York State Educational Department Board of Regents as an educational institution. Staff members give tours of the historic structures and help coordinate seasonal activities including month-long Christmas festivities in December.
About 100 students in grades K-6 attend Oysterponds Elementary School in the hamlet of Orient. The school has 16…More teachers whose mission is to "educate and nurture the mind, body and spirit of all students," according to the school's Web site. The district is run by a full-time superintendent and a seven-member Board of Education.
Peconic Dunes Camp 6375 Soundview Ave, Southold, NY11971 Peconic Dunes Camp hosts an environmental education center and yearly outdoor summer camps that allow participants the…More opportunity to escape the day-to-day toil and appreciate the beauty of nature. Camp programs include day camps, spring break and summer camps, rookie camps, a sailing program and a training program for aspiring counselors.