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HRHCare is giving away two tickets to the upcoming Honoring the Hands Celebration at Martha Clara Vineyards on Thursday, July 14.
This unique event features a wine smackdown, wine tastings from an assortment of local vineyards, delicious dinner provided by Lombardi’s Love Lane Market and the famous noah’s On the Road food truck. Live Music by the East End’s own Certain Moves. Tickets include food and drinks for the evening, in addition to dessert to-go.
Tickets are valued at $350.
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Despite opposition from some residents who feared noise and traffic and even suggested moving it to EPCAL, the Riverhead Town Board on Wednesday night approved the “Freak Out” music festival proposed by Nile Rodgers Productions for the weekend of Aug. 12-14.
The board also approved a ban on 24-hour operations in three zoning districts, including the one where 7-Eleven is proposing a store at the Vinland Commons in Aquebogue.
An attorney for 7-Eleven said afterward that its “highly likely” that 7-Eleven would file a lawsuit challenging the zoning amendment.
The town is already in court with Vinland Commons over that project.
The board also held a 2-hour public hearing on a zone change proposal to allow assisted living on a Mill Road property. (see separate story)
To read more about Wednesday’s Town Board meeting, click below to read a recap of News-Review reporter Tim Gannon’s live blog of the meeting.
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Superstar music acts Beck, Pharrell Williams, Duran Duran and others will light up the North Fork during the two-day FOLD (Freak Out Let’s Dance) Festival this week.
Credit: Barbaraellen Koch
The Riverhead Town Board discussed Nile Rodgers Productions’s proposed two day “Freak Out Let’s Dance” music festival on Martha Clara on Aug. 4 and 5 at its work session Thursday and vowed to quickly approve the needed permits. (more…)
The “Big E Farm” in Riverhead. (Credit: The Corcoran Group)
With sweeping vistas, a storied 8,000-square-foot home, an iconic horse farm and award-winning Maratha Clara Vineyard on-site, the “Big E Farm” in Riverhead just became the largest parcel currently for sale on the North Fork. (more…)
The Riverhead Town Board discussed producer Nile Rodgers’ “We Are Family Festival,” slated for August at Martha Clara, at Thursday’s work session. Other topics on the agenda included the ethics code, EPCAL and a waiver of building fees. (more…)
The Riverhead Town Board discussed a proposed three-day music festival at Marta Clara vineyard and downtown Riverhead at its work session on Thursday, and also discussed, but came to no conclusion on, the fate of the Second Street firehouse.
To read more about what was discussed at Thursday’s work session, click below to read a recap of reporter Tim Gannon’s live blog of the meeting.
March_6,_2014_-_Agenda(1) by Timesreview
The Riverhead Town Board discussed Thursday the proposed “All for the East End” concert festival slated for Aug. 19 at Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead.
The all-day show, which has been described as a mega-concert, is being planned to benefit nonprofit groups across the East End, with the individual nonprofits vying for proceeds through grant applications.
The Town Board also discussed rules of procedure, as well as the town’s travel policy for employees, a county boathouse grant and the Preservation League of New York’s grants for historic structures.
The board’s work session started at 10 a.m. in Town Hall.
News-Review reporter Tim Gannon reported live from the meeting.
Click below to see what happened.
Riverhead Town Board work session agenda 02-07-2013 by rnews_review