The Riverhead Peacemakers will receive the “United for Kindness” award from PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center on May 22.The Riverhead Peacemakers are a fourth grade student-led anti-bullying movement started by Morgan Dunn, now in ninth grade, when she was at Roanoke Avenue Elementary School. The Peacemakers in both schools meet with Shannon Kutner, Riverhead Community Awareness Program’s elementary school social worker, during recess to discuss ways to prevent and reduce bullying in their schools. In January, the students assisted their schools by organizing student and staff participation in the Great Kindness Challenge, as well as other activities.
At The Rogers Memorial Library:
Eileen M. Duffy, author of “Behind the Bottle: The Rise of Wine on Long Island,” will give a talk on the secret history of wine on May 22 at 12 PM.
The Clam Bar:
The Clam Bar at Napeague hosts live music every Wednesday starting at 4 PM.
Mattituck-Laurel Library will present “Kayaking Long Island” with Kevin Stiegelmaier, the author of “Paddling Long Island,” on Wednesday, May 22, at 6 PM. Stiegelmaier will review the gear you need, basic paddling techniques, safety, and the best places on Long Island to kayak. The event is free. Register at the circulation desk. www.mattitucklaurellibrary.org.
Kids walked out onto the tarmac to meet Santa, who handed out gifs after arriving by plane at the 2018 East Hampton Airport Christmas Party that was hosted by Sound Aircraft Services and the East Hampton Aviation Association at the East Hampton Airport on Friday, December 7th, 2018
Photo byMichael Heller
Gallery by Michael Heller
An Early Visit From Santa
Children walked onto the tarmac to greet Santa Claus at the 2018 East Hampton Airport Christmas Party that was hosted by Sound Aircraft Services and the East Hampton Aviation Association on December 7. Association President Kent Feuerring, East Hampton Town Councilman David Lys, his daughter Brynley, and Jonathan Sabin and his daughter Ava were among those who attended.