The invitation suggested that guests “wear something that makes you feel some combination of divine, fancy, pleasurable, and sensual,” and that is just what the 38 women who attended “The SHED — An Enchanted Holiday Evening” did at Estia’s Little Kitchen in Sag Harbor on December 3. The SHED women’s co-working space co-founders Sarah Cohen, Amanda Fairbanks, and Liza Tremblay hosted the event along with Juli Everett, founder of Knead and Seed of Sag Harbor. The SHED is open every Tuesday at Estia’s, from 9 AM to 5 PM.
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.