2012 East End Information

The East End

The East End (Credit: News 12)

Dec. 30, 2012

Pindar

Duck Walk Vineyard

Jason's Vineyard

Sparkling Pointe

LI Wines

Dec. 15 & 16, 2012

The East End Show returns this weekend with our Christmas editions. On Saturday at 6:30 p.m., we interview a man who carves small wooden Santas, snowmen and angels. We'll visit Dart's Christmas Tree Farm in Southold and take you to a wonderful bakery in Jamesport where they make some old-school holiday favorites. On Sunday night at 6:30, we visit the Shamrock Christmas Tree Farm and the greenhouses of Kurt Weiss, where millions of poinsettias are grown every year. Then we show you the unique ethnic Christmas traditions in Riverhead's Polish Town.

Junda's Bakery
Route 25, Jamesport
631-722-4999

Jim Calkins, Santa Wood Carver
jimcalkins@hotmail.com
Gallery North
Setauket
631-751-2676

Dart's Tree Farm
Southold
631-765-4148

Shamrock Christmas Tree Farm
Route 25, Mattituck
631-298-4619
Pick your own tree

Kurt Weiss Greenhouses
Center Moriches
631-878-2500

Wisla Delicatessen
Route 25, Riverhead
631-369-2102

Dec. 8 & 9, 2012
Tate's Bake Shop Southampton
East End Travel Informatio

Dec. 1 & 2, 2012
It's December — time to think about cutting down your own Christmas tree. Sunday and Monday, we'll visit one of the area tree farms. Next weekend, the first of The East End Show's Christmas shows!
Long Island Christmas Tree Farms

Oct. 27 & 28, 2012
This weekend, check out an orchard where you can pick your own apples and sample Long Island's first homemade hard cider! We'll also visit an old-fashioned country farm where you can enjoy a nice fall day with your family. Then, we'll introduce you to an East End man with an unusual collection of some of the world's first television sets.

Woodside Orchards
Aquebogue/Jamesport
631-722-5770

Find a farmstand
Pick your own

Breast Cancer Fundraiser
Fri. Nov 2
Gurney's Inn, Montauk

Oct. 20 & 21, 2012
This weekend, check out an orchard where you can pick your own apples and sample Long Island's first homemade hard cider! We'll also visit an old-fashioned country farm where you can enjoy a nice fall day with your family. Then, we'll introduce you to an East End man with an unusual collection of some of the world's first television sets.

Woodside Orchards
Aquebogue/Jamesport
631-722-5770

Find a farmstand
Pick your own

Oct. 13 & 14, 2012
On this weekend's program fall fun at Krupski's -- a North Fork farm known for its wide variety of pumpkins and squash. Get a close-up look at the cats and dogs for adoption at the Kent Animal Shelter. Then get a close-up look at the creepy characters inside the Darkside Haunted House -- an old potato barn in Wading River.

Then starting Sunday night and Monday, get a tour of The Custer Institute, an observatory in Southold where star-gazers have gathered since the 1920's.

Krupski's Family Farm
Route 25
Peconic
631-734-6847
Krupski Farms Facebook
Find a Farmstand
Pick Your Own

Kent Animal Shelter
Calverton
631-727-5731

Darkside Haunted House
Route 25-A
Wading River
631-369-SCARE

Custer Institute (Observatory)
Southold
631-765-2626

Oct. 6 & 7, 2012
On a brand new show for this upcoming Columbus Day weekend, Doug Geed visits the award-winning Paumanok Vineyards in Aquebogue and a place where you can pick some one-of-a-kind pumpkins right off the vine, Stakey's Pumpkin Farm. Then check out the unique animals and gorgeous scenery of the beautiful, peaceful (and free-to-the-public) Quogue Wildlife Refuge.

Paumanok Vineyards
Route 25, Aquebogue
631-722-8800
LI Wine Council

Stakey's Pumpkin Farm
West Lane, Aquebogue
631-722-3467
LI Farmstands
Pick Your Own Farms

Quogue Wildlife Refuge
Old Country Road, Quogue
631-653-4771

Starting Sunday night and Monday, Doug Geed visits area pumpkin farms.

Stakey's
Aquebogue
631-722-3467

Helen's
Riverhead
631-722-8449

Krupski's
Peconic
631-734-6847

Sept. 22 & 23, 2012
This weekend, we'll check out some Bed and Breakfast Inns that are located right on vineyards. We'll visit some area farmstands and walk you through the butterfly and bird exhibit at the Long Island Aquarium (formerly Atlantis Marine World). Then starting Sunday night, check out the owls, bobcats and tarantulas at the Quogue Wildlife Refuge.

Sannino Bella Vita Vineyard/Bed & Breakfast
Cutchogue
631-734-8282

Cedar House on Sound Bed & Breakfast
Mattituck
631-298-7676

Other bed & breakfast information from East End Getaway

Long Island Farm Bureau
631-727-3777

Find a pick-your-own farm on Long Island

Long Island Aquarium
Riverhead
631-208-9200

Quogue Wildlife Refuge
631-653-4771

Sept. 15 & 16, 2012
This weekend, visit one of the most peaceful spots on Long Island, where you can tour beautiful gardens filled with unique sculptures, including an oversized chess set designed by Yoko Ono. Then we'll take you to a couple of neighboring farsm in Wading River where you can pick your own fruits and vegetables. Then tour the factory of LI's only potato chip company! Starting Sunday night, we'll check out one of LI's first organic farms -- Green Thumb in Water Mill.

Long Island Farm Bureau

Pick Your Own

Longhouse Reserve
Public Gardens and Sculptures
East Hampton
631-329-3568

Lewin Farm
812 Sound Avenue
Wading River
631-929-4327

Davis Peach Farm
Wading River
631-929-1115

North Fork Potato Chips
Cutchogue
631-734-2243

Green Thumb Farmstand
Route 27
Water Mill
631-726-1900

Sept. 8 & 9, 2012
On this weekend's program check out Long Island's first locally produced whiskey, distilled in a former potato barn in Baiting Hollow. Then meet the veterinarian who's been caring for all the East End farm animals for nearly 50 years. And we'll go inside the kitchens of Tate's Bake Shop which makes chocolate chip cookies and other sweets that are sold across the U-S. Then starting Sunday night, an old-fashioned tractor pull! See some antique tractors that'll take part in a unique fall festival at Hallockville Museum Farm next weekend.

Pine Barrens Whiskey
631-630-9322

Dr. John Andresen
Mattituck-Laurel Veterinary Hospital
Laurel
631-298-1177

Tate's Bake Shop
Southampton
631-283-9830

Hallockville Fall Festival
(Tractor Pull)
LI Antique Power Association

Sept. 1 & 2, 2012
On this weekend's show, we'll give you a tour inside the Bug Light Lighthouse in Greenport and tell you about cruises that take you right up to several lighthouses on our East End. Then we'll visit a nursery that grows unique flowers and vegetables. Then a trip to a railroad museum where they have a large layout of genuine Lionel miniature trains.

Then starting Sunday night, a visit to the Davis Peach Farm where you can pick your own fruit — peaches, plums, nectarines and more!

Bug Light Lighthouse
Lighthouse Boat Tours

Garden Fusion
East Marion
631-477-1210

Railroad Museum of LI
(Lionel Train Layout)
Riverhead
631-727-7920

Davis Peach Farm
Wading River
631-929-1115

Find a farmstand
Pick your own

Aug. 25 & 26, 2012
This weekend's show is all about summertime fun on the water. We'll take you kayaking -- go for a ride aboard a unique electric boat that gives tours of Greenport Harbor -- and we'll see what's new at Splish Splash Water Park in Riverhead.

Then starting Sunday night, see the creations of some East End artists that will be auctioned to help East End Hospice, which serves the terminally ill.

Splish Splash
Riverhead
631-727-3601

Glory - Electric Boat
Greenport
631-477-2515

Kayaking Eagle's Neck Paddling Co.
Southold
631-765-3502

Aug. 18 & 19, 2012
Southampton Publick House
Southampton
631-283-2800
Website

Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce
631-725-0011
Sag Harbor Chamber
East End Getaway

Cross Sound Ferry
Orient
631-323-2525
Long Island Ferry

Aug. 11 & 12, 2012
Wine and mushrooms on this weekend's East End program! We take you to a bed and breakfast inn located on a vineyard. Then we check out the outdoor decks and grounds of some wineries where you can sit and sample their wines. Then a Bridgehampton farmer who specializes in mushrooms.

Shinn Estate Vineyard
Mattituck
631-804-0367

Mushroom Farm
Open Minded Organics
Bridgehampton
631-574-8889

Pindar Vineyard
Peconic
631-734-6200

Jamesport Vineyards
Jamesport
631-722-5256

Channing Daughters Winery
Bridgehampton
631-537-7224

LI Wine Council

Aug. 4 & 5 2012 Information:
We'll check out some really cool places on this weekend's East End Show -- including a couple of restaurants that serve great food and are located inside of private homes. Then, it's off to a farm in Riverhead that grows and produces its own line of horseradish. We'll also take you to a couple of historic barns that serve as the tasting rooms for some area vineyards. Then starting Sunday night, new service out of Orient Point to Block Island.

Iron Skillet
Mattituck
631-298-1235
Iron Skillet Restaurant

Commander Cody's
Shelter Island
631-749-1851
LIKE Commander Cody's on Facebook
East End Getaway

Holy Schmitt's Horseradish
631-278-6397
Website

Harbes Farm and Vineyard
Sound Avenue
Mattituck
631-298-0080
Website

McCall Wines
Route 25
Cutchogue
631-734-5764
Website

LI Wine Council
Website

Block Island Ferry Service
Cross Sound Ferry
631-323-2525
Website

July 28 & 29 2012 Information:
On this weekend's show, we visit some area farms where you can pick your own fruits and vegetables! Then, it's off to a unique place where they grow and sell lavender -- and have a collection of home brewed teas. Starting Sunday night, a new ferry service that runs from two of Long Island's most historic seaside villages -- Greenport and Sag Harbor.

Tea Time Cottage
Sound Avenue
Jamesport
631-722-5329
Website

Patty's Berries and Bunches
Sound Avenue
Mattituck
631-298-4679
Website

Lenny Bruno Farms
Wading River Road
Manorville
631-591-3592
Website

Pick Your Own Vegetables
Long Island Farm Bureau
Pick Your Own

Greenport-Sag Harbor Ferry
Peconic Jitney
631- 702-8300
Peconic Jitney

July 21 & 22 2012 Information:
On this weekend's program, peaches are back! We'll show you farms where you can pick your own fruits and vegetables. Then we visit a vineyard there's also a horse rescue farm. Then a unique pumpkin carving contest that brings out the community in Bridgehampton!
Then starting Sunday night, we visit some area farmstands where sweet corn is ready for sale!

Lewin Farm
812 Sound Avenue
Wading River
631-929-4327

Davis Peach Farm
Wading River
631-929-1115

Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard
Sound Avenue
Baiting Hollow
631-369-0100

LI Wine Council

Pumpkin Carving Contest
Bridgehampton Lion's Club

Sweet Corn

East End Getaway

July 14 &15, 2012 Information:
On this weekend's program, we visit the 100-year-old Polish Hall in the Polishtown section of Riverhead. Check out the really cool artwork of a woodturner. And then it's off to one of Long Island's most unique restaurants - inside a former LIRR station!

Polish Hall
Riverhead
631-727-9200
www.polishtownusa.com

Woodturner Harry Wicks
631-734-5738
www.harrywicks.com

Trackside Cafe
Speonk
631-325-8827

Restaurants:
Iron Skillet
Mattituck
631-298-1235

Commander Cody's
Shelter Island
631-749-1851

East End Getaway

July 7 & 8, 2012 Information:
On this weekend's program we'll take you inside a Cutchogue house built in 1649 that's believed to be the oldest house in New York State. Then it's off to a pre-school and summer camp for kids that's located on a working farm. Then check out the historic Riverhead Raceway that's been entertaining thousands of car racing enthusiasts for decades. Then starting Sunday night, learn about new farming practices at east End vineyards.

"The Old House"
Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council

Little Farmers Playschool
Route 25
Southold
Little Farmers Playschool

Riverhead Raceway
631-727-0010
Riverhead Raceway

Sustainable Wine Movement
LI Sustainable Wine

June 30 & July 1, 2012 Information:
Join us for our summer show all about the water -- kayaking, an electric boat in Greenport called The Glory and a visit to Splish Splash Water Park in Riverhead. Then beginning Sunday night, we take you to historic Riverhead Raceway.

Kayaking
Eagles Neck Paddling
Southold
631-765-3502
Eagles Neck

The Glory
Greenport
631-477-2515
Greenport Launch

Splish Splash Water Park
Riverhead
631-727-3600
Splish Splash

Riverhead Raceway
631-727-0010
Riverhead Raceway

June 23 & 24, 2012 Information:
On this week's program, you'll meet the playful otters at Atlantis Marine World. We'll take you out in the fields at Wickham's Fruit Farm -- one of Long Island's oldest farms where you can pick your own peaches, plums and other fruits. And you'll meet some of the country's best college baseball players who take part in a new summer league -- The Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League.

Atlantis Marine World
Route 25
Riverhead
631-208-9200

Wickham's Fruit Farm Route 25
Cutchogue
631-734-6441
LIFB - Find a Farm Stand
PickYourOwn.org

Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League
631-668-3901

Little Farmers Playschool
Route 25
Southold

June 23 & 24, 2012 Information:
On this week's program, you'll meet the playful otters at Atlantis Marine World. We'll take you out in the fields at Wickham's Fruit Farm -- one of Long Island's oldest farms where you can pick your own peaches, plums and other fruits. And you'll meet some of the country's best college baseball players who take part in a new summer league -- The Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League.

Atlantis Marine World
Route 25
Riverhead
631-208-9200

Wickham's Fruit Farm Route 25
Cutchogue
631-734-6441
LIFB - Find a Farm Stand
PickYourOwn.org

Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League
631-668-3901

Little Farmers Playschool
Route 25
Southold

June 9 & 10, 2012 Information:
On this weekend's program we'll check out some Bed and Breakfast Inns that are located right on vineyards. We'll visit some area farmstands and take you through the butterfly and bird exhibit at the Long Island Aquarium (formerly Atlantis Marine World).

Sannino Bella Vita Vineyard/B&B
Cutchogue
631-734-8282

Cedar House on Sound
Mattituck
631-298-7676

Other B&B's/Tourist Info
End Up Here

Farmstands
LI Farm Bureau
631-727-3777
pickyourown.org

Butterfly Exhibit
Long Island Aquarium
Riverhead
631-208-9200

Browder's Bird
Organic Chicken Farm
Southold

June 2 & 3, 2012 Information:
Pine Barrens Whiskey
631-630-9322
LI Spirits
Blue Point Brewing

Dr. John Andresen
Mattituck-Laurel Veterinary Hospital
Laurel
631-298-1177

Tate's Bake Shop
Southampton
631-283-9830

Buffalo Ranch
Riverhead
Tweeds Restaurant

May 26 & 27, 2012 Information:
On this weekend's program, a tour of a couple of East End wineries. Then a visit to what's believed to be the oldest house of worship on the East End. Then it's out on the water for a program that's trying to bring back the glory days of the area's oyster and scalloping industries.

Then starting Sunday night and Monday, a look at Long Island's first locally produced whiskey!

Jason's Vineyard
Route 25
Jamesport
631-238-5801
Jason's Vineyard

Roanoke Vineyards
Sound Avenue
Riverhead
631-727-4161
Roanoke Vineyards

LI Wine Council
Website

Jamesport Meeting House
631-722-5170
Jamesport Meeting House

"SPAT" Oyster Program
Cornell Cooperative Extension
631-852-8660
Website

Pine Barrens Whiskey
631-630-9322
Website

May 19 & 20, 2012 Information: On this weekend's show, we'll give you a tour inside the Bug Light Lighthouse in Greenport and tell you about cruises that take you right up to several lighthouses on our East End. Then we'll visit a nursery that grows unique flowers and vegetables. Then a trip to a railroad museum where they have a large layout of genuine Lionel miniature trains.

Bug Light Lighthouse
Lighthouse Boat Tours
East End Lighthouses

Garden Fusion
East Marion
631-477-1210
Garden Fusion

Railroad Museum of LI
(Lionel Train Layout)
Riverhead
631-727-7920
Railroad Museum of LI

Bed and Breakfast Tour
Saturday, June 9th
BBNOFO
Peconic Land Trust

May 12 & 13, 2012 Information:
On this weekend's program, visit an old-fashioned dairy farm in Riverhead where they sell milk, cheese and yogurts all from their own cows and goats.

We'll also take you to a couple of farmstands where they grow unique vegetables such as heirloom tomatoes. And we'll check out a nursery operation that grows many of the backyard shrubs and trees found across Long Island.

Half Hollow Nursery
631-667-4400
Website

Heirloom Tomatoes
KK's Farm
Route 25
Southold
516-398-8731

Northville Ben Gatz Farm
Sound Avenue
Riverhead
722-3229

LI Farmstands
LIFB
Find a Farmstand
Pick Your Own

Goodale Farms
Route 25
Riverhead
631-901-5975
Goodale Farms

May 5 & 6, 2012 Information:
On this weekend's show, we'll tell you the story behind some roadside landmarks you may have passed while visiting the East End. We'll hop aboard the ferry heading to Shelter Island -- a family-run operation that goes back to the 1700's! And we'll give you a tour of the Long Island distillery where they make vodka out of locally grown potatoes!

Roadside Attractions:

Yesterday's Treasures
Route 27
Southampton
283-5591

Witch's Hat
Route 25
Aquebogue

Stargazer

Shelter Island Ferry
631-749-1200

Shelter Island Chamber of Commerce

LIV Vodka
Baiting Hollow
631-630-9322

April 28 & 29, 2012 Information:
On this weekend's program a visit to a huge greenhouse operation where they both grow and sell millions of flowers and vegetables. Then the story of an East Hampton woman who built a successful company using her grandmother's fudge recipe. Then an old-fashioned, 100-year-old family-run luncheonette in Riverhead that still attracts locals and tourists.

The Glass Greenhouse
Route 25
Jamesport
631-722-2121

Fat Ass Fudge
East Hampton
631-324-6540

Star Confectionery
4 E. Main St. (Route 25)
Riverhead
631-727-9873

April 21 & 22, 2012 Information:
On this weekend's show, one of the peaceful spots on Long Island -- the Longhouse Reserve in East Hampton where you can tour some beautiful gardens. Then join the fun and competition of a Southampton Bocce League. And we'll also tour a true Long Island landmark -- the LI Game Farm in Manorville.

Longhouse Reserve
East Hampton
631-604-5330

Southampton Bocce League
631-283-1290

LI Game Farm
Manorville
631-878-6644

Greenhouse Operations

Helen's Flowers
Union Ave.
Aquebogue
631-722-8449

The Glass Greenhouse
Route 25
Jamesport
631-722-2121

April 14 & 15, 2012 Information:
On this weekend's show, a flower farm and greenhouse operation that also has some unique animals you can see. Then the story of a Shelter Island barber celebrating more than 50 years clipping hair. And if you grew up in the 50s, 60s or 70s, you can re-live your youth at a Montauk memorabilia shop.

Helen's Flowers
Union Ave.
Aquebogue
631-722-8449 Website

Louie Cicero, Barber
Shelter Island
631-749-1235

Whoa Nellie
Montauk
631-668-2626 Website

April 7 & 8, 2012 Information:
This weekend, a visit to a bed and breakfast inn that's also a winery. Then it's off to a Bridgehampton mushroom farm. And with warmer weather on the way, we'll show you how you can enjoy the outdoors at some East End wineries.

Shinn Estate Vineyard
Mattituck
631-804-0367

Mushroom Farm
David Falkowski

Pindar Vineyard
Peconic
631-734-6200

Jamesport Vineyards
Jamesport
631-722-5256

Channing Daughters Winery
Bridgehampton
631-537-7224

LI Wine Council

Horseradish
Schmitt Family Farm
Riverhead
631-807-9420

March 31 & April 1, 2012 Information:
On this weekend's program, we visit the 100-year-old Polish Hall in the Polishtown section of Riverhead. Check out the really cool artwork of a woodturner. And then it's off to one of Long Island's most unique restaurants - inside a former LIRR station!

Polish Hall
Riverhead
631-727-9200

Woodturner Harry Wicks
631-734-5738

Trackside Cafe
Speonk
631-325-8827

LI Aquarium
Riverhead
631-208-9200

March 24 & 25, 2012 Information:
Back by popular demand, we'll bring you another showing before Easter of the Riverhead luncheonette where chocolate Easter bunnies have been handmade for nearly a hundred years. We'll also show you a collection of antique cash registers and talk to a Calverton man who converts cars, trucks and vans into everything from hamburgers to cupcakes.

Peter Warns
Antique Brass Cash Registers
631-298-0159
Website

Chocolate Easter Bunnies
Star Confectionery
4 West Main Street
Riverhead
631-727-9873

"WOW Vehicles"
516-768-4637
Website

March 10 & 11, 2012 Information:
On this weekend's program we go inside the studios of a Riverhead pottery maker. Then it's a stroll down memory lane for baseball fans -- a visit with Orient resident and former major league pitcher Bill Hands. We also take you to the last of the big-time East End duck farms.

Pottery Maker
CC Bookout
631-298-4766

Former Pitcher Bill Hands
Orient Service Center
631-323-2455

Crescent Duck Farms
Aquebogue
631-722-8000

Harry Wicks
Woodturner
631-734-5738

February 25 & 25, 2012 Information:
Schmitt's Family Farm
Sound Ave., Riverhead
631-807-9420
Farmstands of Long Island

Sag Harbor Whaling Museum
631-725-0770
Sag Harbor Whaling Museum

Candy Man
Rte. 25, Orient
631-323-2675
The Candy Man

Crescent Duck Farm
Aquebogue
631-722-8000

February 18 & 19, 2012 Information:
LI Aquarium
Route 25
Riverhead
631-208-9200
Long Island Aquarium

Wickham's Fruit Farm
Route 25
Cutchogue
631-734-6441
Wickhams Fruit Farm

Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League
631-668-3901
Hamptons Baseball

February 11 & 12, 2012 Information:
Great show this weekend! A man with a collection of antique cash registers (very interesting)! Plus meet the Riverhead luncheonette owner who's been handmaking chocolate Easter bunnies for decades. And watch as trucks and vans are converted into cupcakes, hamburgers and vegetables!

Peter Warns
Antique Brass Cash Registers
631-298-0159
Website

Chocolate Easter Bunnies
Star Confectionery
4 West Main Street
Riverhead
631-727-9873

"WOW Vehicles"
516-768-4637
Website

"Jazz on the Vine"
Long Island Winterfest
Website

February 4 & 5, 2012 Information:
$20 Cat Spaying
Kent Animal Shelter
631-727-7797

January 28 & 29, 2012 Information:
On this weekend's show, a collection of antiques including old-time televisions, and a visit to the Southampton restaurant and micro-brewery the Publick House.

John Mazur
Material Objects Antiques
Route 25, Jamesport

Southampton Publick House
Southampton
631-283-2800

Old Television Set Collector
Richard Brewster
631-734-5063

Stirling House Bed and Breakfast
Greenport
631-477-0654

Morning Glory Bed and Breakfast
Greenport
631-477-3324

The Elegant B&Bs of the North Fork

Bedell Cellars Winery
Cutchogue
631-734-7537

LI Wine Council

East End Tourism Info:
East End Getaway

January 21 & 22, 2012 Information:

Roadside Attractions:
Yesterday's Treasures
Route 27
Southampton
283-5591

Witch's Hat
Route 25
Aquebogue
Website

Stargazer
Website

Shelter Island Ferry
631-749-1200
Website

Shelter Island Chamber of Commerce
Website

LIV Vodka
Baiting Hollow
631-630-9322 Website

Chocolate Easter Bunnies
Star Confectionery
Riverhead
631-727-9873

January 14 & 15, 2012 Information:
This weekend join us for a boat ride to the unique lighthouse off Greenport known as “Bug Light.” Then it’s all aboard a miniature train layout featuring historic Lionel trains. We’ll also go inside an East Marion greenhouse operation where they’re already getting ready for spring!

Greenport Lighthouse “Bug Light”
Greenport
Website

Railroad Museum of LI
Riverhead
Tel: 631-727-7920
Website

The Garden Fusion
East Marion
Tel: 631-477-1210
Website

Old Whalers Church
Sag Harbor
Tel: 631-725-0894
Website

January 7 & 8, 2012 Information:
On this weekend's show, we'll feature an East End spot where it's always warm and sunny -- Homeside Florist in Riverhead where they grow unique tropical plants. You can see how all that wine produced at East End vineyards ends up in the bottle! And we'll show you the beautiful works of East End painter Fred Bender.

Fred Bender
East End Painter
Website

Pindar Vineyards
Route 25
Peconic
631-734-6200
Website
LI Wines

Homeside Florist
Route 25/Co. Road 105
Riverhead
631-722-3380
Homeside Florist

South Ferry Company
631-749-1200
Shelter Island Chamber of Commerce

December 31 & January 1, 2012 Information:
On this weekend's program, we'll check out the penguin exhibit at the LI Aquarium (formerly known as Atlantis Marine World). A beloved Shelter Island barber celebrates more than 50 years in business. And we'll step back in time at a Montauk nostalgia shop known as Whoa Nellie.

LI Aquarium (formerly Atlantis Marine World)
Riverhead
631-208-9200
Website

Cicero's Barber Shop
Shelter Island
631-749-0612

Whoa Nellie
Montauk
631-668-2626

LiV Vodka
Sound Avenue
Baiting Hollow
631-630-9322

LI Wineries

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