3 things to do on Shelter Island this weekend: Sept. 23, 24 & 25

There will be a seed saving work shop at the Shelter Island Library on Saturday, Sept. 24. (Credit: Carrie Miller file photo)

There will be a seed saving work shop at Sylvester Manor Educational Farm on Saturday, Sept. 24. (Credit: Carrie Miller file photo)

Looking for something to do on Shelter Island this weekend? We’ve got you covered.

Here are three events worth checking out. Or as always, you can visit our events page.

Focus on Water — Part II

Come hear what’s being done to protect water safety on Shelter Island and Suffolk County on Friday, September 23 at the Shelter Island Library at 7 p.m.

Town Engineer John Cronin, Sara Gordon of Sylvester Manor Educational Farm, and Jennifer Garvey of the New York State Center for Clean Water Technology will discuss advancing clean water technology, including wastewater treatment and a new system for Sylvester Manor.

The Shelter Island Library is located at 37 North Ferry Road. For more information call (631) 749-0042.

Seed Saving Workshop

Learn how to save and share seeds for next year’s garden at Sylvester Manor Educational Farm on Saturday, September 24 from 11 a.m. to noon. Afterwards shop their farm stand, which is open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Sylvester Manor’s farmers will be on hand to instruct and answer questions.

Co-sponsored by the Shelter Island Library, call (631) 749-0042 extension 107 for more information.  Sylvester Manor Educational Farm is located at 80 North Ferry Road.

Slow Food East End Potluck Supper

Attend Slow Food East End’s Annual Super Snail Potluck Supper at the Quinipet Camp on Sunday, September 25 from 4 to 7 p.m.

Learn all about Slow Food East End, their events and educational programs, while meeting their members and enjoying a nice meal.

The event is free to members and non-members, just bring a potluck dish made with local ingredients that will feed 6 to 8 people. The Quinipet Camp and retreat Center is located at 99 Shore Road. For more information visit slowfoodeastend.org.