GREENPORT, NY — Caring for someone with cognitive impairments isn’t easy and often, some feel there is no time to rejuvenate and unwind, without worrying about a loved one’s well-being. To that end, Peconic Landing has launched a new respite care program in its memory support community, Harbor South. The new program offers short-term stays … Continue reading Respite Care Offered For Those Helping People With Cognitive Issues￼
Peconic Landing commemorated its 20th anniversary with an end of summer celebration in Greenport on Saturday, Aug. 13. Hundreds of residents, employees and North Fork community members gathered behind Brecknock Hall for the free event, which featured music by the 10-piece Gordon Dukes Band and a spectacular fireworks show over the community pond. Click to … Continue reading Peconic Landing Celebrates 20 Years in Greenport
The New Suffolk Waterfront Fund lauded Joe McKay of Greenport at their Summer Soirée; he was recognized as a founding board member and longtime supporter who “helped pioneer New Suffolk’s waterfront preservation efforts four decades ago and continues to be involved today,” the New Suffolk Waterfront Fund said. Read more here.
Pioneers Peconic Landing Member Louisa Hargrave recognized as food and wine pioneer on the North Fork
In the beginning there was John Ross and Louisa and Alex Hargrave. That was the message Thursday night in the auditorium at Peconic Landing in Greenport, where Ms. Hargrave and Mr. Ross spoke on the beginnings of the North Fork’s wine industry and the farm-to-table food movement. Click to read more…
On Sunday, August 7, Doris Sherman boarded the sailing vessel Kalmar Nyckel for the second time when it visited Greenport’s East End Seaport Museum. She first boarded the majestic ship 22 years ago, during a Tall Ships festival in 2000 in Delaware. But but her connection to it goes back much further. Click to read … Continue reading For Doris Sherman, the tall ship Kalmar Nyckel represents a link to her family’s history.
Ukulele is music to the ears of the Peconic Landing group that won first Strawberry Festival talent show
The Ukulele club competed in the Mattituck Lions Club Strawberry Festival’s “North Fork’s Got Talent” contest June 16 – and won. Read more here.
This outdoor gallery nestled in Long Island’s North Fork Wine Country features 18 different works sprinkled throughout Peconic Landing’s sprawling campus. Established in 2010, it is home to regional, national, and internationally recognized artists showcasing a diversity of material, techniques, and content. Click to read more…
A partnership between Peconic Landing and Stony Brook Medicine resulted in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Center for Well-Being on May 18, which will be open for business on June 1. Read more about the new addition here.
Since 2005, the John May Mile and 5K event in Greenport, New York, has raised more than $325,000 to support local first responders. Read more about this event and how Peconic Landing raised $23K here.
Peconic Landing celebrated its 20th anniversary and hosted the 16th Annual John May Mile and 5K Race to benefit the Greenport Fire Department on Saturday, May 7. Read more on this event here!