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2015 East End Seaport Museum’s Maritime Festival!

August 21st, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

East End Seaport Museum's Maritime Festival 2015The East End Seaport Museum’s Maritime Festival in Greenport Village, Long Island is a weekend-long celebration of the East End’s rich, nautical history. Scheduled for September 25th through the 27th, 2015, this is one three day celebration you do not want to miss!

The 26th annual East End Seaport Museum’s Maritime Festival is three days of history, food, and fun, including such attractions and distractions as cocktail parties, kayak races, fresh seafood, live music, wooden boats, games, seminars, costumes, and so much more.

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Take a Historic Greenport Walking Tour!

August 14th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Take a historic Greenport Walking Tour!Go back in history at Long Island’s Greenport Village with a fun and fascinating self-directed Greenport Walking Tour!

Now a pleasant and popular tourist destination in North Fork winery country, the history of Greenport Village is long and storied. George Washington and Benjamin Franklin both toured Greenport, and the great American poet Walt Whitman called the village home for a while – there are even rumors he taught at the high school for a semester.

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Attend the 9th Annual North Fork Craft Beer Festival!

July 24th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

2015 North Fork Craft Beer Festival

You already know Long Island’s North Fork for our wineries – but how about craft beer? Let the North Fork Craft Beer Festival – August 8th, 2015 – show you what we know about craft beer!

It may not have quite hit the national consciousness yet, but Long Island is the rapidly becoming an east coast, craft beer hot spot. Support for the local beer scene has gained real prominence over the last decade, with craft breweries springing up all up and down Long Island. Events like the North Fork Craft Beer Festival give you the opportunity to meet some of the Long Island brewing community’s new faces – as well as those from more established, regional and national brands.

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Enjoy A Long Island Lighthouse Cruise!

July 17th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Enjoy A Long Island Lighthouse Cruise!

See historical lighthouses like the Long Beach Bar (Bug) Light on a Long Island lighthouse cruise!

What better way to explore the historic lighthouses of Long Island’s East End than with a Long Island lighthouse cruise with the East End Seaport Museum?

Many people don’t realize it but Southold, New York, located on the North Fork of Long Island, has more lighthouses than any other town in the United States: eight, with seven offshore, including the Plum Island light, Orient Point, Latimer Reef, Little Gull, Race Rock, Horton Point, North Dumpling, and the iconic and oft-photographed Long Beach Bar Light – more commonly referred to as the Bug Light.

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Dive In To Long Island’s Splish Splash Waterpark!

June 17th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Long Island's Splish Splash WaterparkAs summer heats up, what better way to cool off outside than a visit to Long Island’s Splish Splash Waterpark?

Splish Splash Waterpark, in Calverton, is over 96 acres of wet and wild attractions including rides, slides, waves, pools, climbing ropes, live shows, food, shaded cabanas and so much more.

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Beluga Whales Near Long Island’s North Fork

June 1st, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Beluga Whales near Long IslandDid you hear about the sighting of three beluga whales near Long Island’s North Fork last week? Pretty exciting stuff – but we see all kinds of marine life on the North Fork!

Beluga whales primarily live in arctic waters, so seeing them this far down the Atlantic coast is a rarity. There is a small community of beluga whales that call the St. Lawrence River in Quebec, Canada home, though. There have also been several sightings of beluga whales off the Maine coast and as far south as southern New Jersey over the last decade.

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Tour Peconic Bay Harbor in Glory: Greenport’s Solar-Powered Tour Boat!

May 25th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Tour Peconic Bay Harbor in Greenport's Solar-Powered GloryTour Peconic Bay Harbor in Glory … Greenport’s own, fume-free, virtually silent, environmentally-friendly, solar-powered, electric Fantail launch named Glory, that is!

Glory is a 1990 reproduction of a 30 foot Fantail launch, a style of craft popularized during the late 1800’s as advances in steam, gasoline, naptha, and electric-power allowed for the creation of small power boats. Originally built by the ELCO company, Fantail launches were quite popular with both the public and luminaries of the time like J.P. Morgan, and the Tsar of Russia.

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Out and About – North Fork Beaches and Parks

May 9th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

North Fork Beaches and ParksWith Memorial Day Weekend sneaking up on us, summer can’t be too far behind, meaning the urge to get out into the sun will continue to grow. Long Island’s North Fork beaches and parks offer lots of opportunities to do just that!

The North Fork of Long Island is rife with great parks and trails, making it the perfect adult playground with North Fork beaches and parks provide lots of great scenery to relax and enjoy as well as numerous trails for hiking.

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All Aboard for the Railroad Museum of Long Island

April 25th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Railroad Museum of Long IslandTrain fans and history buffs alike will enjoy a visit to either branch (or both!) of the Railroad Museum of Long Island, located in Greenport and Riverhead, NY.

It’s natural that Greenport host a branch of the Railroad Museum of Long Island as Greenport is the reason the Long Island Railroad was built in the first place! While having a railroad on Long Island would have happened sooner or later, early Greenport’s buzz of commerce made the inevitability that much more of a going concern.

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Greenport to Host Tall Ships of America 2015

April 11th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Tall Ships of America 2015

History comes to life with three masts and a crows nest at Long Island’s Greenport Village this year with a 4th of July visit from the Tall Ships of America 2015!

Greenport village has a long and storied history, having first been settled in the 1600’s to become a major whaling and shipbuilding port. Then came the fishing and huge oyster industries which brought the railroad and, consequently, over-fishing. Greenport, like many ports, made changes to adapt and improve itself, becoming a major destination for thousands of visitors throughout the year.

Thus, it should come as no surprise that Greenport would have the honor of playing host to the Tall Ships of America 2015 – and not on just any date but on Independence Day, July 4th, 2015!

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