Almost 2,500 oysters were consumed this past weekend at the Shelter Island Historical Society’s third annual Oyster Festival. About 250 guests filled up Haven’s Barn on Saturday night to enjoy live music, a raffle, wine and food.
“It’s just a lot of fun,” Nanette Lawrenson, the executive director of the historical society said. (more…)
Shelter Island is a rocky, hilly, 8,000-acre parcel of land located between the North and South forks of Long Island that is accessible by train, bus, or car, followed by a 10- to 15-minute ferry ride. Route 114, a country road that runs between the North and South ferries, bisects the island. (more…)