To see when the East End airs, check our weekend schedule.

December 28 & 29:
On this weekend's East End Show, see how yummy candy canes are made by hand at an old-fashioned candy shop in Orient. We'll take you to a spot where you can build your own gingerbread house. Then it's off to some wineries who have their New Year's Eve champagne ready to be uncorked!

Gingerbread University
Sound Avenue
Riverhead
631-727-7309
Gingerbread University

Pugliese Vineyards
Route 25
Cutchogue
631-734-4057
Pugliese Vineyards

Martha Clara Vineyards
Sound Avenue
Riverhead
631-298-0075
Martha Clara Vineyards

LI Wine Council
Long Island Wine Country

The Candy Man
Route 25
Orient
631-323-2675
The Candy Man

December 14 & 15:

Shamrock Christmas Tree Farm
Route 25, Mattituck
631-298-4619
Shamrock Christmas Tree Farm

Kurt Weiss Greenhouses
Center Moriches
631-878-2500
Kurt Weiss

Pick Your Own

Wisla Delicatessen
Route 25
Riverhead
631-369-2102
Wilsa Delicatessen map

Rubber Ducks
Goldsmith's Toys
Main Street
Greenport
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December 7 & 8:
Goodale Productions

November 30 & Dec. 1:
On this weekend's program, we start our special Christmas shows! We'll show you the unique works of a man who carves wooden Santas, snowmen and angels. We'll take you to a Southold farm where you can cut down your own Christmas tree. Then we'll visit a Jamesport bakery know for their old-fashioned European style holiday goods.

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

Dart's Tree Farm
Southold
631-765-4148
Dart's Tree Farm
Pick Your Own Christmas Trees in NY

Junda's Bakery
Route 25
Jamesport
631-722-4999
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November 16 & 17

On this weekend's program, check out the East End's beautiful vineyards at harvest time. We'll show you how they bring in all those grapes to make LI wine. Then check out LI's first whiskey distiller in Baiting Hollow. Then, we'll show you how you can swim among a bunch of 800 pound sharks right here on LI.

East End Wineries

Pine Barrens Whiskey
631-630-9322.

Shark Dive
LI Aquarium Riverhead
631-208-9200

Farm Stands Open For Thanksgiving
Find a Farmstand
Pick Your Own

November 2 & 3:

On this weekend's program, we'll check out a family farm perfect for fall with a wide variety of squashes, vegetables and Indian corn. Then it's off to a turkey farm where generations of Long Islanders have been getting their Thanksgiving turkeys. And we'll visit a vineyard where they also rescue horses - horses you can visit while you sample their wines!
Then Sunday afternoon and Monday, learn about a "fun fundraiser" for breast cancer research at the world-famous Gurney's Inn in Montauk next weekend.

Krupskis Farm
Route 25
Peconic (across from Pindar Vineyards)
631-734-6847
More information

Miloski's Turkey Farm
Route 25
Calverton
631-727-0239
Facebook

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

LI Wine Council
Website

Gurneys Inn Breast Cancer Fundraiser
More information
 

October 20:
Ty Llwyd Farm
5793 Sound Ave
Riverhead
631-722-4241

 

October 13:
Rottkamp's Fox Hollow Farm
Sound Ave
Baiting Hollow
631-727-1786

Harbes Family Farm
Sound Ave
Mattituck
631-298-0800

Farmstands/Pick-Your-Own Farms

Pick Your Own

October 5 & 6:
On this weekend's program, a visit to Lewin Farms where Long Islanders have gone for decades to pick their own berries, pick their own vegetables and cut down their own Christmas trees. Then a Greenport spot where you can sample olive oils from all over the world. And we'll take you to an apple orchard that produced LI's first hard cider.

Lewin Farm
Wading River
(631) 929-4327
www.lewinfarm.com

Vines and Branches Olive Oil
(631) 477-6800
www.vinesandbranches.net

Hard Cider
Woodside Orchards
Aquebogue
(631) 722-5770
www.woodsideorchards.com

Condzella's Hops
Wading River
631-875-0786
www.condzellasfarm.com

 

September 29:
Woodside Orchards  
Jamesport/Aquebogue
631-722-5770

Other places to go apple picking:
LI Farm Bureau
Pick Your Own

 

September 22:
Beekeeper Laura Klahre
Blossom Meadow Honey

Sold at Coffee Pot Cellars
Route 25
Cutchogue

September 7 & 8:
Water Mill Museum
631-726-4625

Driftwood Artist
Chris Rowett
Email

Woodside Orchards
Route 25
Jamesport
631-722-5770

Star Confectionery
4 E Main St.
Riverhead
631-727-9873

Bug Light Lighthouse
East End Seaport Maritime Museum
Greenport
631-477-2100

 

August 24 & 25:
On this weekend's program, we'll go inside the colorful greenhouses at Van Bourgondiens. The we'll check out some dessert wines being produced at East End vineyards. Then, inside the kitchens of the Blue Duck bakery -- known for their wide variety of homemade breads.

Van Bourgondien Greenhouses
Peconic
631-734-5200

Wolffer Estate Vineyards

Osprey Dominion Vineyards

Duck Walk Vineyards

LI Wine Council

Blue Duck Bakery
Southold, Southampton
631-629-4123

Solar Carvings
Chris Rowett
crsolardesigns@gmail.com

 

August 17 & 18:
Stan Goldberg
"Archie" Comic Book Artist
Website

 

August 10 & 11:
On this weekend's program step back in time on a vineyard located on a centuries-old farm in Southold. Then get a tour of the picturesque seaside village of Sag Harbor. Then get up close and personal with thousands of honey bees as we visit a North Fork beekeeper.

Old Field Vineyards  
Route 25
Southold
631-765-0004

Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce   
631-725-0011

Beekeper Laura Klahre
Blossom Meadow Honey  

Coffee Pot Cellars  

Route 25
Cutchogue
 

August 4, 2013:
Southold Fire Department Fundraiser
Saturday August 10
 

July 27, 2013:
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 check out the new roller coaster at Splish Splash Water Park in Riverhead!

Splish Splash
Riverhead
631-727-3601

Glory (Electric Boat)
Greenport
631-477-2515

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

July 13, 2013:
On this weekend's program, a new way for you to enjoy wakeboarding, tubing and even surfing in Peconic Bay! We'll also check out the East Hampton man who makes his own old-fashioned root beer from scratch. And a behind the scenes look at historic Riverhead Raceway.

PECONIC WATER SPORTS
GREENPORT
609-937-9801

Miss Lady Root Beer
631-903-1358

Riverhead Raceway
Route 58, Riverhead
631-727-0010

 

June 29, 2013:
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.

Iron Skillet
Mattituck
631-298-1235

Commander Cody's
Shelter Island
631-749-1851

East End Getaway

Holy Schmitt's Horseradish
631-278-6397

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

McCall Wines
Route 25
Cutchogue
631-734-5764

LI Wine Council 
 

June 15, 2013:
Asparagus
Condzella's Farm
Wading River

LI Farmstands

George Hirsch
TV Chef

Clovis Point Wines
Route 25
Jamesport
631-722-4222

"Dock-to-Dish" Fish program

 

June 1, 2013:
Summer weather is back, so check out the cool outdoor areas of some East End wineries on this weekend’s show. Plus, the story of the East End couple that started Sea Tow – the worldwide company that rescues boaters.

Sea Tow
800-4-SEATOW (473-2869)

LI Wine Council

Chef George Hirsch

 

May 19, 2013:
Duck Walk Vineyards
- Southold
631-765-3500

Paumanok Vineyards - Aquebogue
631-722-8800

Pugliese Vineyards - Cutchogue
631-734-4057

Pindar Vineyards - Peconic
631-734-6200

LI Wine Council
 

March 31, 2013:
Riverhead Foundation
Marine Wildlife Stranding Hotline
631-369-9829
 

March 24, 2013:
On this weekend's show meet the animator who brought Frosty the Snowman, Heat Miser and many other holiday childhood favorites to life! We'll also take you to a longtime East End winery and an old-fashioned Riverhead luncheonette run by the same family for 100 years!  Then starting Sunday night, meet the artist who uses old wine barrels for his artwork.

Star Confectionery
Main Street (Rt. 25)
Riverhead
631-727-9873

Animator Don Duga
73 Main
Riverhead
631-591-1967

Bedell Cellars
Cutchogue
631-734-7537
LI Wineries

Pascal "Z Wine Guy"
 

March 10, 2013:
East End Wineries:
The Long Island Wine Council
East End Getaway 
 

Feb. 10, 2013:
On this weekend's show, it's not like a typical farm you'd pass on the East End. We'll take you to a buffalo ranch in Riverhead. Then it's inside the greenhouses of a company that produces vegetables with one-of-a-kind tastes, including licorice and seafood. Then we'll go to a 100-year-old former LIRR station that's now a cozy little restaurant. Then starting Sunday night, a new, controversial exhibit opens for Black History Month showing LI's racial past, including local KKK groups and slaves that worked on local estates.

Buffalo Ranch
North Quarter Farm
Riverhead

Tweeds Restaurant
Riverhead
631-208-3151

Koppert-Cress Greenhouse
Cutchogue
631-734-8500

Trackside Cafe
Speonk
631-325-8827

Exhibit on LI's Racial Past
Suffolk County Historical Society
Riverhead
631-727-2881
 

Feb. 3, 2013:
LI Winterfest

 

Jan. 26 & 27, 2013:
On this weekend's program, check out some locally produced vodka made from East End potatoes! Then see the creative carvings of a nationally-known duck decoy craftsman. Then, a place where you can see a layout of an historic Lionel train set.

LIV Vodka
Sound Ave.
Baiting Hollow
631-630-9322

Jack Combs, Decoy Carver
Hallockville Museum Farm
Sound Ave
Jamesport
631-298-5292

Lionel Train Layout
RR Museum of LI
Riverhead
631-727-7920
 

Jan. 5 & 6, 2013:
On this weekend's program we visit a new restaurant in Riverhead where they serve just about every wine and craft beer produced on Long island, along with a heavy dose of locally produced foods! Then it's off to a mushroom farm in Bridgehampton and a place where they pickle locally grown pumpkins (They're delicious)!

North Fork Tasting Room
Sound Ave.
Riverhead
631-727-9513

Open Minded Organics (Mushroom Farm)
Bridgehampton
631-574-8889

Pickled Pumpkins
A Taste of the North Fork
Southold
631-734-6100

Show information for 2012