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Fun on the North Fork 2011

Joanne Robinson, of Southampton, hangs out with Skipper

Joanne Robinson, of Southampton, hangs out with Skipper and Babee during Adoption Day at Petco in Riverhead. (Dec. 31, 2011) Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Wineries, farms, waterfront dining: There's something for everybody on Long Island's North Fork. Check out how people have been passing the time. You may find something you want to indulge in. Share your photos of Long Island's North Fork.

Last Chance Animal Rescue Director of Adoption Program
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Last Chance Animal Rescue Director of Adoption Program Barbara Schiano shows off Ronald, a 1-year-old Carolina mix, during Adoption Day at Petco in Riverhead. (Dec. 31, 2011)

Joanne Robinson, of Southampton, hangs out with Skipper
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Joanne Robinson, of Southampton, hangs out with Skipper and Babee during Adoption Day at Petco in Riverhead. (Dec. 31, 2011)

Last Chance Animal Rescue Volunteer Barrie Silver, of
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Last Chance Animal Rescue Volunteer Barrie Silver, of Shelter Island, spends time with Freckles, 1-year old terrier lab mix, during Adoption Day at Petco in Riverhead. (Dec. 31, 2011)

Last Chance Animal Rescue Sandy Biano, of East
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Last Chance Animal Rescue Sandy Biano, of East Moriches spends time with Gracie, a 1-year old shepherd mix, during Adoption Day at Petco in Riverhead. (Dec. 31, 2011)

Last Chance Animal Rescue Volunteer Cathy Wolcott spends
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Last Chance Animal Rescue Volunteer Cathy Wolcott spends time with Delilah during Adoption Day at Petco in Riverhead. (Dec. 31, 2011)

Aquebogue couples Ed and Lynn Borella and Joe
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Aquebogue couples Ed and Lynn Borella and Joe and Joyce Fortunato enjoy a glass of wine at the Shinn Estate Vineyards and Farmhouse Wine Tasting and Palm Reading event. (Dec. 30, 2011)

Greenport residents Beth Winkler, Andrew Tyson, Eric Hillesheim
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Greenport residents Beth Winkler, Andrew Tyson, Eric Hillesheim and Jessica Marcasciano enjoy a glass of wine at the Shinn Estate Vineyards and Farmhouse Wine Tasting and Palm Reading event. (Dec. 30, 2011)

Tasting Room Staff Brie Hart, of Southold, pours
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Tasting Room Staff Brie Hart, of Southold, pours a glass of wine during the Shinn Estate Vineyards and Farmhouse Wine Tasting and Palm Reading event. (Dec. 30, 2011)

Michelle Clark, of Mattituck, and Rachel Johnson, of
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Michelle Clark, of Mattituck, and Rachel Johnson, of Aquebouge, enjoy a glass of wine at the Shinn Estate Vineyards and Farmhouse Wine Tasting and Palm Reading event. (Dec. 30, 2011)

Caitlin Ruane, 26, of Northport, right, celebrates her
Photo Credit: T.C. McCarthy

Caitlin Ruane, 26, of Northport, right, celebrates her birthday at Laurel Lake Vineyards with friends, Christina Scordato, 25, of Hillsdale, N.J. and Jaenelle Hillman, 24, of Oxford, Conn. The three spent the early winter afternoon sampling wines at the north fork vineyard undeterred by the season. (Nov. 19, 2011)

Awards and raffle prizes were presented at the
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

Awards and raffle prizes were presented at the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

Caesar Silva the top male finisher in the
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

Caesar Silva the top male finisher in the over 70 age group displays his achievement at the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

Collette Steele had a lot to smile about
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

Collette Steele had a lot to smile about after taking first place overall for the woman at the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. She was also a charity raffle winner. (Nov. 05, 2011)

Even the puppies got to run in the
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

Even the puppies got to run in the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

Jonathon Rimpe took first place overall with a
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

Jonathon Rimpe took first place overall with a time of 19 minutes and 19 seconds at the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

Kids prepare for the Southold Athletic Association 5K
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

Kids prepare for the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

Over 250 runners and walkers of all ages
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

Over 250 runners and walkers of all ages participated in this weekend's Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

This young man receives his medal after completing
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

This young man receives his medal after completing the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

This young man displays his ribbon for completing
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

This young man displays his ribbon for completing the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

Participants run in the Southold Athletic Association 5K
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

Participants run in the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun (Nov. 05, 2011)

The Kids Fun Run took places before the
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

The Kids Fun Run took places before the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

Participants run in the Southold Athletic Association 5K
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

Participants run in the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

Colette Steele crosses the finishes line and takes
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

Colette Steele crosses the finishes line and takes first place overall for the women with a time of 21 minutes and 26 seconds during the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun.(Nov. 05, 2011)

A delusional jester is waiting to meet guests
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

A delusional jester is waiting to meet guests at the Harbes Family Farm Middle Earth Moonlight Maze. (Oct. 28, 2011)

For some treats before or after visiting the
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

For some treats before or after visiting the Harbes Family Farm Moonlight Maze, guests stop by the Honeycrisp Cafe. (Oct. 28 2011)

Harbes Family Farm Moonlight Maze's Great Pumpkin (October
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

Harbes Family Farm Moonlight Maze's Great Pumpkin (October 28 2011)

Robin Hood welcomes some new arrivals to the
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

Robin Hood welcomes some new arrivals to the Harbes Family Farm Moonlight Maze. (Oct. 28, 2011)

Maid Marion is startled by a giant spider
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

Maid Marion is startled by a giant spider at the Harbes Family Farm Moonlight Maze. (Oct. 28 2011)

The Middle Earth band of mysterious characters at
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

The Middle Earth band of mysterious characters at the Harbes Family Moonlight Maze are ready for guests. (Oct. 28 2011)

Thrills and spirits are around every corner at
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

Thrills and spirits are around every corner at the Harbes Family Farm Middle Earth Moonlight Maze.(Oct. 28 2011)

The spirits and adventure await at the Harbes
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

The spirits and adventure await at the Harbes Family Farm Middle Earth Moonlight Maze. (Oct. 28 2011)

The spirits of Jake, Dylan, Mark and Carl
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

The spirits of Jake, Dylan, Mark and Carl were drifting all around the Harbes Family Farm Moonlight Maze. (Oct. 28, 2011)

Adventurers check out the Harbes Family Farm Middle
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

Adventurers check out the Harbes Family Farm Middle Earth Moonlight Maze. (Oct. 28, 2011)

The Harbes Family Farm Moonlight Maze leader Robin
Photo Credit: JC Cherubini

The Harbes Family Farm Moonlight Maze leader Robin Hood welcomes guests. (Oct. 28 2011)

John Hill, sales director for Bugatti Automobiles of
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

John Hill, sales director for Bugatti Automobiles of the Americas, drove the 2011 Veyron Grand Sport, the fastest street production car in the world, in the inaugural American Bugatti Club Rally. This two-day tour started Friday and made a stop at Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue. (Oct. 21, 2011)

John Hill, sales director for Bugatti Automobiles of
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

John Hill, sales director for Bugatti Automobiles of the Americas, drove the 2011 Veyron Grand Sport, the fastest street production car in the world, in the inaugural American Bugatti Club Rally. This two-day tour started Friday and made a stop at Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue. (Oct. 21, 2011)

American Bugatti Club Rally hosts Jane Scott and
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

American Bugatti Club Rally hosts Jane Scott and her husband, Jeff, stand in front of the Veyron Grand Sport, the fastest street production car in the world, at Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue. (Oct. 21, 2011)

Twenty cars participated in the inaugural American Bugatti
Photo Credit: Photo by Ursula Moore

Twenty cars participated in the inaugural American Bugatti Club Rally, a two-day tour that started Friday and made a stop at Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue. (Oct. 21, 2011)

A 1930 Type 35B Bugatti was part of
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

A 1930 Type 35B Bugatti was part of the American Bugatti Club Rally, which made a stop at Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue. (Oct. 21, 2011)

A 1927 Bentley convertible was part of the
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

A 1927 Bentley convertible was part of the inaugural American Bugatti Club Rally, a two-day tour that started Friday and made a stop at Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue. (Oct. 21, 2011)

This 1928 two-door sedan was part of the
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

This 1928 two-door sedan was part of the inaugural American Bugatti Club Rally, a two-day tour that started Friday and made a stop at Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue. (Oct. 21, 2011)

Joseph W. Brush Jr., of Riverhead in his
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Joseph W. Brush Jr., of Riverhead in his 1910 Brush at the first Pre-World War II Antique Car Show held Saturday on the grounds of the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council. (Oct. 15, 2011)

George Strom, of Shelter Island, sits in his
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

George Strom, of Shelter Island, sits in his 1912 Model T Ford Speedster at the first Pre-World War II Antique Car Show held Saturday on the grounds of the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council. (Oct. 15, 2011)

Eric Vitale, of Bohemia, sits in his 1908
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Eric Vitale, of Bohemia, sits in his 1908 Reo at the first Pre-World War II Antique Car Show held Saturday on the grounds of the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council. (Oct. 15, 2011)

Fred Ogor, of Shelter Island, sits in his
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Fred Ogor, of Shelter Island, sits in his 1922 Model TT One Ton Truck at the first Pre-World War II Antique Car Show held Saturday on the grounds of the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council. (Oct. 15, 2011)

Scott Bennett, of Southold, poses for a photo
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Scott Bennett, of Southold, poses for a photo in his 1931 Model A Ford Roadster at the first Pre-World War II Antique Car Show held Saturday on the grounds of the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council. (Oct. 15, 2011)

George Luhrs, of Shoreham, poses beside his 1930
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

George Luhrs, of Shoreham, poses beside his 1930 Pontiac Coupe at the first Pre-World War II Antique Car Show held Saturday on the grounds of the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council. (Oct. 15, 2011)

Ron More, of Quogue in middle of his
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Ron More, of Quogue in middle of his 1931 Model A Ford and 1930 Model A Ford Phaeton at the first Pre-World War II Antique Car Show held Saturday on the grounds of the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council. (Oct. 15, 2011)

Chloe Shaner, 2, of Brooklyn dresses a scarecrow
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Chloe Shaner, 2, of Brooklyn dresses a scarecrow using hay during the Horse and Scarecrow Festival at the Hallockville Museum Farm. (Oct. 8, 2011)

June, Jared, 7, and John Behr, of Cutchogue
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

June, Jared, 7, and John Behr, of Cutchogue attend the Horse and Scarecrow Festival at the Hallocksville Museum Farm. Jared is one of the many children who ride ponies through IRIE Therapeutic Horseman Riders. (Oct. 8, 2011)

Kasha Hamilton, of Shirley, attends the Horse and
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Kasha Hamilton, of Shirley, attends the Horse and Scarecrow Festival at Hallockville Museum Farm in Riverhead. (Oct. 8, 2011)

Winner of the apple bobbing contest was Palomino
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Winner of the apple bobbing contest was Palomino Horse Logan with a time of four seconds during the Horse and Scarecrow Festival in Riverhead. (Oct. 8, 2011)

Sam Rosenthal, 4, of Oak Beach at the
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Sam Rosenthal, 4, of Oak Beach at the 21st annual Fall Pumpkin Festival at Harbes Family Farmstand and Vineyard in Mattituck. (Oct. 1, 2011)

Owner Ed Harbes and wife Monica at the
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Owner Ed Harbes and wife Monica at the 21st annual Fall Pumpkin Festival at Harbes Family Farmstand and Vineyard in Mattituck. (Oct. 1, 2011)

Henry Langmack, 4, of New Suffolk at the
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Henry Langmack, 4, of New Suffolk at the 21st annual Fall Pumpkin Festival at Harbes Family Farmstand and Vineyard in Mattituck. (Oct. 1, 2011)

Barnyard manager April Rocchetta poses for a photo
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Barnyard manager April Rocchetta poses for a photo at the 21st annual Fall Pumpkin Festival at Harbes Family Farmstand and Vineyard in Mattituck. (Oct. 1, 2011)

Rosie Borella, 13, of St. James, picks a
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Rosie Borella, 13, of St. James, picks a pumpkin at the 21st annual Fall Pumpkin Festival at Harbes Family Farmstand and Vineyard in Mattituck. (Oct. 1, 2011)

Melanie Rentz, of Bay Shore at the 21st
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Melanie Rentz, of Bay Shore at the 21st annual Fall Pumpkin Festival at Harbes Family Farmstand and Vineyard in Mattituck. (Oct. 1, 2011)

Chris Kaplan, co-owner of Garden of Eve Organic
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Chris Kaplan, co-owner of Garden of Eve Organic Farm and Market in Riverhead, takes kids on a tractor pull during the eighth annual Garlic Festival. (Sept. 25, 2011)

Chris Kaplan, co-owner of Garden of Eve Organic
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Chris Kaplan, co-owner of Garden of Eve Organic Farm and Market, shows off some of the varieties of garlic at the farm's eighth annual Garlic Festival. (Sept. 25, 2011)

Edna Schaedel, 90, of Mattituck plays croquet Saturday
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Edna Schaedel, 90, of Mattituck plays croquet Saturday during the Mattituck-Lauren Historical Society and Museums' first Mallets and Merlot Fundraiser. (Sept. 24, 2011)

Mattituck-Laurel Historical Society and Museums president Nick Planamento
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Mattituck-Laurel Historical Society and Museums president Nick Planamento celebrates while playing croquet during the Mallets and Merlot Fundriaser. (Sept. 24, 2011)

Twins Jack and Madeline Hunzinger playing croquet Saturday
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Twins Jack and Madeline Hunzinger playing croquet Saturday during the Mallets and Merlot Fundraiser. (Sept. 24, 2011)

Mattituck-Laurel Historical Society and Museums' event co-chairman Gene
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Mattituck-Laurel Historical Society and Museums' event co-chairman Gene Gluck, president Nick Planamento and event co-chairman Scott Hunzinger play croquet during the Mallets and Merlot Fundriaser. (Sept. 24, 2011)

Shimpei Magori and Miki Itaya, of Stony Brook,
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Shimpei Magori and Miki Itaya, of Stony Brook, enjoy wine during the 25th annual Harvest Festival at Palmer Vineyards in Aquebogue. (Sept. 17, 2011)

George Salzman, of Calverton drives hayride for the
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

George Salzman, of Calverton drives hayride for the Angelone kids, KC, 4, Chris, 10, and Kyle, 2, of Smithtown. (Sept. 17, 2011)

Bridget Q. Micieli- Martinez, Palmer Vineyards tasting room
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Bridget Q. Micieli- Martinez, Palmer Vineyards tasting room manager, poses during with a glass of wine during the 25th annual Harvest Festival at Palmer Vineyards in Aquebogue. (Sept. 17, 2011)

The Angelone kids, KC, 4, Chris, 10, and
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

The Angelone kids, KC, 4, Chris, 10, and Kyle, 2, of Smithtown enjoy a hayride during the 25th annual Harvest Festival at Palmer Vineyards in Aquebogue. (Sept. 17, 2011)

Acrylic on canvas artist Helena Alves of Southampton
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Acrylic on canvas artist Helena Alves of Southampton had her work featured at the North Fork Chamber of Commerce Art Show. (Sept. 10, 2011)

North Fork Chamber of Commerce Art Show Co-Chair
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

North Fork Chamber of Commerce Art Show Co-Chair Richard Abatelli and Chairwoman Alex Ferrone. (Sept. 10, 2011)

Carol Gold of Mattituck stands next to her
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Carol Gold of Mattituck stands next to her paintings at the North Fork Chamber of Commerce Art Festival. (Sept. 10, 2011)

Jim Benken, of Jamesport, brought his Gotham Roadster
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Jim Benken, of Jamesport, brought his Gotham Roadster to the 23rd annual Boy Scout Car Show at the old Peconic Lane School in Peconic Saturday. This car was originally a 1977 Lincoln Town Car before he customized it. "It took me six months to customize it," said Benken. (Sept. 3, 2011)

Art Lange, of Holbrook, brought his 1961 Morgan
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Art Lange, of Holbrook, brought his 1961 Morgan Plus to the 23rd annual Boy Scout Car Show at the old Peconic Lane School Saturday. "I like this car because not many were made. These cars are made by hand, no assembly line," Lange said. (Sept. 3, 2011)

Laura Dickerson of Southold brought her 1968 Dodge
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Laura Dickerson of Southold brought her 1968 Dodge Dart to the 23rd annual Boy Scout Car Show at the old Peconic Lane School in Peconic Saturday . "I bought this car about five years ago. My son James customized it. I put the Pink Panther in the seat to match the color of the car," said Dickerson. (Sept. 3, 2011)

Richard Carlsen of Port Jefferson brought his 1964
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Richard Carlsen of Port Jefferson brought his 1964 Ford Mustang convertible to the 23rd annual Boy Scout Car Show at the old Peconic Lane School in Peconic Saturday. "Once my kids were grown and graduated from college, I felt it was time for me to buy myself a toy. I have loved working on cars since I was in high school. I like to restore them," said Carlsen.

Larry Williams of Shirley brought his 1939 Hudson
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Larry Williams of Shirley brought his 1939 Hudson to the 23rd annual Boy Scout Car Show at the old Peconic Lane School in Peconic Saturday. "I bought this car in Westbury. It caught my eye because you don't find too many of these cars," said Williams. (Sept. 3, 2011)

John Skabry, show chairman, stands next to a
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

John Skabry, show chairman, stands next to a 1958 Buick Riviera that a fellow car enthusiast brought to the 23rd annual Boy Scout Car Show at the old Peconic Lane School in Peconic Saturday. "There is nothing like restoring a car. You can turn a piece of junk into a thing of beauty," said Skabry. (Sept. 3, 2011)

Troop 6 of Southold was the beneficiary of
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Troop 6 of Southold was the beneficiary of the 23rd annual Boy Scout Car Show at the old Peconic Lane School in Peconic Saturday. "The Boy Scouts work hard for this event. They stuff and mail envelopes, register people and welcome them when they roll their cars onto the car show grounds," said Aileen Mazzei, Troop 6 scoutmaster. (Sept. 3, 2011)

Farmingville's Kim Rubinstein and daughter Lindsay, 10, enjoy
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Farmingville's Kim Rubinstein and daughter Lindsay, 10, enjoy the Saturday night dance, part of the Polish Town USA Street Fair and Polka Festival. (Aug. 20, 2011)

The Tony Blazonczyk New Phaze Band hits the
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

The Tony Blazonczyk New Phaze Band hits the stage during a dance Saturday night that was part of the Polish Town USA Street Fair and Polka Festival in Riverhead. (Aug. 20, 2011)

Members of the Maximilian Kolbe Polish Dance Group
Photo Credit: Newsday / Alejandra Villa

Members of the Maximilian Kolbe Polish Dance Group get ready to perform during the Polish Town USA 2011 Street Fair and Polka Festivall in Riverhead. (Aug. 20, 2011)

Anjolique Powell, 6, of Port Jefferson comes down
Photo Credit: Newsday / Alejandra Villa

Anjolique Powell, 6, of Port Jefferson comes down the super slide at the annual Polish festival in Riverhead.

A carnival ride at the Polish festival in
Photo Credit: Newsday / Alejandra Villa

A carnival ride at the Polish festival in Riverhead. (Aug. 20, 2011)

Riders get a birds-eye view from a Ferris
Photo Credit: Newsday / Alejandra Villa

Riders get a birds-eye view from a Ferris wheel at the annual Polish festival in Riverhead. (Aug. 20, 2011)

Members of the Maximilian Kolbe Polish Dance Group
Photo Credit: Newsday / Alejandra Villa

Members of the Maximilian Kolbe Polish Dance Group perform the chicken dance during the Polish Town USA 2011 Street Fair and Polka Festival in Riverhead. (Aug. 20, 2011)

The second annual North Fork by North Fork
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

The second annual North Fork by North Fork Art Show is taking place at The Galley Ho in New Suffolk. The pieces showcase 14 artists� experiences inspired by living and working on the North Fork. (Aug. 12, 2011)

Ellen Goldstein's
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Ellen Goldstein's "Don't Shoot the Duck" creations are part of the North Fork by North Fork Art Show at The Galley Ho in New Suffolk. (Aug. 12, 2011)

Ellen Goldstein's
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Ellen Goldstein's "Don't Shoot the Duck" creations are part of the North Fork by North Fork Art Show at The Galley Ho in New Suffolk. (Aug. 12, 2011)

Musician Warren McKnight sings to 2-year-old Emma Pastore
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Musician Warren McKnight sings to 2-year-old Emma Pastore of San Francisco during the Southold Historical Society's 24th annual Ice Cream Social at the organization's Maple Lane Museum Complex. (Aug. 6, 2011)

John and Dorothy Rooney used a tree to
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

John and Dorothy Rooney used a tree to hang decorations for their lemonade stand during the Southold Historical Society's 24th annual Ice Cream Social at the organization's Maple Lane Museum Complex. (Aug. 6, 2011)

Anakin Mignone, 10, left, Harry Antonucci, 11, center,
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Anakin Mignone, 10, left, Harry Antonucci, 11, center, and Jack Antonucci, 9, enjoy the Southold Historical Society's 24th annual Ice Cream Social at the organization's Maple Lane Museum Complex. (Aug. 11, 2011)

Bryce Losee, left, and Anton Majewski of Riverhead
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Bryce Losee, left, and Anton Majewski of Riverhead taste their favorite flavors at the Southold Historical Society's 24th annual Ice Cream Social at the organization's Maple Lane Museum Complex. (Aug. 6, 2011)

Peter Olsen-Harbich of Mattituck serves hot dogs during
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Peter Olsen-Harbich of Mattituck serves hot dogs during the Southold Historical Society's 24th annual Ice Cream Social at the organization's Maple Lane Museum Complex. (Aug. 6, 2011)

Walter Jackson, events coordinator for the Southold Historical
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Walter Jackson, events coordinator for the Southold Historical Society, shows that food wasn't the only thing to enjoy during the organization's 24th annual Ice Cream Social at the Maple Lane Museum Complex. (Aug. 6, 2011)

William Rivera, 6, and sister Alias Rivera, 2,
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

William Rivera, 6, and sister Alias Rivera, 2, of Southold, enjoy the sweets at the 24th annual Ice Cream Social at the Southold Historical Society's Maple Lane Museum Complex. (Aug. 6, 2011)

Kathy Fieldstadt of Medford, a member of the
Photo Credit: Barry Sloan

Kathy Fieldstadt of Medford, a member of the Long Island Blues Society, holds her dog Duncan as she tosses beads to spectators on Main Street in Riverhead during the first-ever Riverhead Summer Mardi Gras Parade and Festival. (Aug. 6, 2011)

The Shinbone Alley Stilt Band makes its way
Photo Credit: Barry Sloan

The Shinbone Alley Stilt Band makes its way down Main Street in Riverhead during the first-ever Riverhead Summer Mardi Gras Parade and Festival. (Aug. 6, 2011)

Justin Lopresti, 2, of Riverhead, attends the first-ever
Photo Credit: Barry Sloan

Justin Lopresti, 2, of Riverhead, attends the first-ever Riverhead Summer Mardi Gras Parade and Festival. (Aug. 6, 2011)

Ken
Photo Credit: Barry Sloan

Ken "The Rocket" Korb of Medford plays a homemade washboard as Kathy Fieldstadt of Medford tosses beads to spectators along Main Street during the first-ever Riverhead Summer Mardi Gras Parade and Festival. Korb and Fieldstadt are members of the Long Island Blues Society. (Aug. 6, 2011)

Cathy Springer of Aquebogue walks her beaded Jack
Photo Credit: Barry Sloan

Cathy Springer of Aquebogue walks her beaded Jack Russell terriers Chelsea and Brittany down Main Street in Riverhead during the first-ever Riverhead Summer Mardi Gras Parade and Festival. (Aug. 6, 2011)

Bob Stanevich of Aquebogue wears a Vikling helme
Photo Credit: Barry Sloan

Bob Stanevich of Aquebogue wears a Vikling helme festooned with beads during the first-ever Riverhead Summer Mardi Gras Parade and Festival on Main Street. (Aug. 6, 2011)

Sharon Gross, 53, of East Moriches dances while
Photo Credit: Frank Posillico

Sharon Gross, 53, of East Moriches dances while listening to one of the bands perform at the NOFO Rock and Folk Fest. (July 31, 2011)

Paul Scher, of The Lone Sharks, plays the
Photo Credit: Frank Posillico

Paul Scher, of The Lone Sharks, plays the sax during his bands performance at the NOFO Rock and Folk Fest (July 31, 2011)

Gene Casey of the Lone Sharks plays his
Photo Credit: Frank Posillico

Gene Casey of the Lone Sharks plays his guitar on stage at the NOFO Rock and Folk Fest. (July 31, 2011)

Walter Withrow 5, of Trumbull, Conn. eats his
Photo Credit: Frank Posillico

Walter Withrow 5, of Trumbull, Conn. eats his Italian ice as he and his parents watch the bands at the NOFO Rock and Folk Fest. (July 31, 2011)

The NOFO Rock and Folk Fest attracted all
Photo Credit: Frank Posillico

The NOFO Rock and Folk Fest attracted all types of people and was open to families. (July 31, 2011)

Corky Lang & the Memory Thieves was one
Photo Credit: Frank Posillico

Corky Lang & the Memory Thieves was one of the bands at the NOFO Rock and Folk Fest, Corky Lang was the drummer for Mountain and played at Woodstock. (July 31, 2011)

A fan takes video of one of the
Photo Credit: Frank Posillico

A fan takes video of one of the bands playing at the NOFO Rock and Folk Fest. (July 31, 2011)

The violinist of the Jon DiVello band plays
Photo Credit: Frank Posillico

The violinist of the Jon DiVello band plays on stage at the NOFO Rock and Folk Fest. (July 31, 2011)

Looking at the Bluffs and Beach at North Fork

This picture was taken on the North Fork

This picture was taken on the North Fork while touring the B&B's Summer Event. It's amazing that this is Long Island and this beach was very beautiful.

Sunset over Osprey Dominion Vineyard

Sunset over the vineyard at Osprey Dominion Vineyard

Sunset over the vineyard at Osprey Dominion Vineyard in Peconic, NY.

Cameron Rossi, 3, of East Northport, tries out
Photo Credit: Lisa Finn

Cameron Rossi, 3, of East Northport, tries out a tractor during the Harbes Sweet Corn Festival in Mattituck. (July 23, 2011)

Tracey Reisert and her son Jack, 3, came
Photo Credit: Lisa Finn

Tracey Reisert and her son Jack, 3, came from South Hempstead to enjoy the barnyard fun and take a bite into one of summer's sweetest delights during the Harbes Sweet Corn Festival. (July 23, 2011)

Jamie Davis, or
Photo Credit: Lisa Finn

Jamie Davis, or "Farmer Fred," teaches Grayson Marrinan, 2, of Manhasset, some chicken facts during the Harbes Sweet Corn Festival in Mattituck Saturday. (July 23, 2011)

Henry Dryer V and his parents, Henry Dryer
Photo Credit: Lisa Finn

Henry Dryer V and his parents, Henry Dryer IV and Samantha Dryer, sit in the shade and enjoy some Harbes homemade lemonade at the Sweet Corn Festival. (July 23, 2011)

Toni Sweda and Joe Canelos travel from Queens
Photo Credit: Lisa Finn

Toni Sweda and Joe Canelos travel from Queens a few times a year to enjoy North Fork events like the Harbes Sweet Corn Festival in Mattituck. (July 23, 2011)

Jamie Davis, aka
Photo Credit: Lisa Finn

Jamie Davis, aka "Farmer Fred," delighted in teaching kids about the wonders of farm life -- and the fun of pig races -- during the Harbes Sweet Corn Festival in Mattituck. (July 23, 2011)

Alicia Smith, who was celebrating her 5th birthday,
Photo Credit: Lisa Finn

Alicia Smith, who was celebrating her 5th birthday, took to a slide with her brother William, 2, after traveling from Missouri to visit relatives and enjoy the fun of the Harbes Sweet Corn Festival in Mattituck. (July 23, 2011)

Sunflower

Great shot of a sunflower in full bloom!

Great shot of a sunflower in full bloom!

Shelter Island

Lunch on the patio at Chequit Restaurant.

Lunch on the patio at Chequit Restaurant.

Shelter Island Sunset

Watching the sunset by the ferry.

Watching the sunset by the ferry.

Dozens of hens wander the grounds at the
Photo Credit: Randee Daddona

Dozens of hens wander the grounds at the Sylvester Manor Farm on Shelter Island. The farm produces organic vegetables, fruits, flowers and eggs. (July 9, 2011)

In addition to selling drugs and sundries, Shelter
Photo Credit: Newsday / Erica Marcus

In addition to selling drugs and sundries, Shelter Island Pharmacy, in Shelter Island Heights, has a breakfast-and-lunch counter. (July 9, 2011)

Shelter Island Kayak Tours

Shelter Island Kayak Tours, Route 114 at Duvall,
Photo Credit: Newsday / Erica Marcus

Shelter Island Kayak Tours, Route 114 at Duvall, Shelter Island: This business rents kayaks and supplies a "marine trail map" for exploring the shoreline of Shelter Island. Prices are $30 single kayak (two hours) or $45 for half-day; $50 tandem kayak ($70 half-day). Open 9 a.m.-6 p.m. daily Mid April-October.

One of the highlights at Baiting Hollow Farm
Photo Credit: Linda Delmonico Prussen

One of the highlights at Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard, at 2114 Sound Ave. in Baiting Hollow, is the aptly named "Gazebar." (July 16, 2011)

JoJo, left, and Miley are two of the
Photo Credit: Linda Delmonico Prussen

JoJo, left, and Miley are two of the miniature horses rescued by Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard. (July 16, 2011)

Romeo, right, prepares to give Scarlett, a fellow
Photo Credit: Linda Delmonico Prussen

Romeo, right, prepares to give Scarlett, a fellow rescue, a smooch at Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard. The owners have adopted several rescued horses and given them sanctuary on the estate. (July 16, 2011)

Scarlett, left, and fellow rescue Laredo, a retired
Photo Credit: Linda Delmonico Prussen

Scarlett, left, and fellow rescue Laredo, a retired thoroughbred racehorse, share a kiss at Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard. The owners have adopted several rescued horses and given them sanctuary on the estate. (July 16, 2011)

Ginger Sagau, left, and granddaughter Kimberly Lombardi, 18,
Photo Credit: Linda Delmonico Prussen

Ginger Sagau, left, and granddaughter Kimberly Lombardi, 18, pose with their entry in Saturday's Metro New York Porsche Car Club of America Vintage Rally & Concours. (July 9, 2011)

Brad Chesloff, right, and his son, Sam, 14,
Photo Credit: Linda Delmonico Prussen

Brad Chesloff, right, and his son, Sam, 14, buff and wax their 1990 911 Carrera 4 at Saturday's Metro New York Porsche Car Club of America Vintage Rally & Concours. (July 9, 2011)

A car competes in Saturday's Metro New York
Photo Credit: Linda Delmonico Prussen

A car competes in Saturday's Metro New York Porsche Car Club of America Vintage Rally & Concours in Peconic. (July 9, 2011)

Cars line up at Peconic's Pindar Vineyards on
Photo Credit: Linda Delmonico Prussen

Cars line up at Peconic's Pindar Vineyards on Saturday after completing the Metro New York Porsche Car Club of America Vintage Rally & Concours. (July 9, 2011)

Cars line up at Peconic's Pindar Vineyards on
Photo Credit: Linda Delmonico Prussen

Cars line up at Peconic's Pindar Vineyards on Saturday after completing the Metro New York Porsche Car Club of America Vintage Rally & Concours. (July 9, 2011)

Deb and Mike McDonald, foreground, and Dona and
Photo Credit: Frank Posillico

Deb and Mike McDonald, foreground, and Dona and Paul Curcio enjoy a weekend away from the crowds at the beach, lounging at Palmer Vineyard in Aquebogue. (July 2, 2011)

Palmer Vineyards is home to 65 acres of
Photo Credit: Frank Posillico

Palmer Vineyards is home to 65 acres of land in Aquebogue. (July 2, 2011)

Garett Holden, 36, and Kelly Holden, 32, came
Photo Credit: Frank Posillico

Garett Holden, 36, and Kelly Holden, 32, came from Brooklyn to enjoy the wine at Palmer Vineyards on Fourth of July weekeed. (July 2, 2011)

Eddie Kunkel, left, and Brian Owens play for
Photo Credit: Frank Posillico

Eddie Kunkel, left, and Brian Owens play for the crowd at Palmer Vineyards. (July 2, 2011)

Allissa Goodale, 21, and Jared Goodale, 17, of
Photo Credit: Lisa Finn

Allissa Goodale, 21, and Jared Goodale, 17, of Mattituck sample New England clam chowder during a fundraiser for the New Suffolk Waterfront Fund. They said it "had a lot of substance." (May 28, 2011)

Sydney Cornell, 14 months, of Southold, took in
Photo Credit: Lisa Finn

Sydney Cornell, 14 months, of Southold, took in the sights at the New Suffolk Chowder Fest on Saturday. (May 28, 2011)

Gigi Ruof, 2, of Boston, traveled with her
Photo Credit: Lisa Finn

Gigi Ruof, 2, of Boston, traveled with her mom, Caitlin, and baby sister, Lucy, to the New Suffolk Chowder Fest for face painting and chowder, and a visit with Grandma in Cutchogue. (May 28, 2011)

The Edge, a local band, performed live for
Photo Credit: Lisa Finn

The Edge, a local band, performed live for the first time at the Third Annual New Suffolk Chowder Fest. (May 28, 2011)

From left, Miles Kolar, 4; Taryn Beisel, 7;
Photo Credit: Lisa Finn

From left, Miles Kolar, 4; Taryn Beisel, 7; Art Beisel; Melissa Beisel; Jacquie Uterano; Trevor Kolar, 4; Quinn Beisel, 5; and Jessa Kolar eat hot dogs on the New Suffolk waterfront that residents have rallied to save through such events as the New Suffolk Chowder Fest. (May 28, 2011)

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