Enjoy the East End Al Fresco. 
From Riverhead to Orient to Montauk

The Eastern End of Long Island, New York City’s backyard beach getaway, offers a variety of fun activities for all ages and interests. From Riverhead to Greenport to Montauk, there are the Hamptons, North Fork farms and vineyards, breweries, scenic beaches, and stunning views. From tall ship festivals to music festivals to drag racing events, to the Long Island Aquarium, Splish Splash, and the Parrish Art Museum, there’s something for everyone.

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LongHouse Talks: Prudence Peiffer on her book The Slip

Join us on Saturday, May 25 from 4–6:00 pm for a conversation with Prudence Peiffer, author of The Slip: The New York City Street That Changed American Art Forever. For LongHouse, her talk will focus on Lenore Tawney’s role on Coenties Slip, and a crucial visit to her studio by Jack Lenor Larsen.

Mattituck- Laurel Historical Society Lecture Series: The Lady Lighthouse Keeper

Dive into the East End’s rich history with the Mattituck- Laurel Historical Society as they present their monthly lecture series through October. This month, author Mary Korpi discusses her historical novel, “The Lady Lighthouse Keeper,” about Stella Prince, who served as the first female lighthouse keeper at the Horton Point Lighthouse in Southold.

Future Lecture Dates:
June 9th – The British Occupation of Mattituck 1778-1780
July 14th – The 1790 Schoolhouse
August 11th – Old Hotels – A Family
Sept. 15th – Slavery on the North
Oct. 13th – The History of Ice Cream