Saturday, July 27, 2013

What's for Dinner

Weekly Recipes

Presto Pesto!

This week I made pesto with fresh basil from my garden.  Basil is an herb that grows abundantly on the east end this time of year, and pesto is a perfect recipe to use it for.  There are so many things you can use pesto sauce for, some of which I'll include here, and the best thing is pesto can also be frozen in small zip-lock bags to be enjoyed throughout the year, long after summer has ended and your basil has died.  I followed this basic pesto recipe:

The first night I added the pesto sauce to thin spaghetti, added 4 cut up grilled sweet Italian sausages, and 1 grilled red pepper.

A few nights later I made a White Pesto Pizza!
1 tube of Pillsbury thin pizza crust
1/2 cup of ricotta cheese
2 tablespoons of olive oil
2 tablespoons of pesto sauce
1 cup of shredded mozzarella cheese
4-6 slices of thinly sliced prosciutto
2-3 tablespoons of grated Parmesan cheese

1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.  Grease a cookie sheet and unroll the pizza dough onto it. 
Cook the crust for 5 minutes, the take it out to add other ingredients.
2.  While crust is initially baking, mix ricotta cheese, olive oil, and pesto in a bowl.  When the 5 minutes are up, take the crust out, spread the ricotta mixture on.  /Next sprinkle mozzarella and Parmesan. then tops with torn pieces of prosciutto.  
3.  Bake in the oven for 12-14 minutes, until crust is golden and cheese is bubbly.  The pizza doesn't always look that pretty, but it's so good!

Finally another recipe which I'll be trying for the first time next week, comes from a good friend of the East End Mommies, Michelle Kelly.
Oven Roasted Pesto Potatoes
Michelle adds about 1/4 cup of pesto sauce to 4 cut up potatoes.  After she thoroughly mixes this, she spreads the potatoes in a baking dish, drizzles with some olive oil, then roasts the potatoes for 35-40 minutes in a preheated oven at 350 degrees. 

Any other ideas what to do with pesto?  Please let us know and we'll include your recipe on the blog!

Friday, July 26, 2013

Weekend Picks for July 27-28

While I'm not enjoying the rain, the cool weather was appreciated yesterday.  It was nice to be able to turn off the a/c and open the windows:)  Regardless of the weather, there are lots of fun things to do on the east end this weekend.


  • 10:00am-4:00pm- Ladies Village Improvement Society Fair- Beautiful fair in East Hampton marking its 117th year.  Featuring flowers, local fare, vintage clothing, arts and crafts, petting zoo, giant slide, climbing wall, face painting, games, balloons, and a carousel.  There is also a Nerf Ball shoot out for the kids, and a silent auction for the parents.  Located on the lawn of the Gardiner Brown House at 95 Main Street in East Hampton.  Click here for more information.                    
  • 11:00am-7:00pm- Country Fest Long Island- This is a two day event (Saturday and Sunday) taking place at the 4H Camp at 3186 Sound Avenue in Riverhead.  Tickets are $10 for adults, and kids under 10 are free.  Tickets are cash only at the door.  There will be live country music, local vendors, crafts, BBQ, games, pony rides, face painting, kids rides, monster trucks, and dace instruction.  You can check out the music schedule here.
  • 1:00pm -8:00pm- Quidditch Cup- Bring your Harry Potter fans out to Quogue on Saturday to see the 2nd annual Champagne Cup!  It is free for spectators and the only Muggle Quidditch tournament on Long Island this summer.  Check it out at the VFW field at 125 Montauk Highway in Quogue.
  • 4:00 pm-5:00pm- Read aloud with Alec Baldwin- If your Potter fans can't make it to Quogue, Alec Baldwin will be hosting a read aloud at Bookhampton in East Hampton that will be right up their alley.  He will be reading from Harry Potter at 4:00 (get their early, it fills up fast!)  Bookhampton is located at 41 Main Street in East Hampton.
  • 6:00pm- Sea Turtle Release- The Riverhead Foundation will be releasing four Atlantic green sea turtles and one Kemp's ridley sea turtle at Ponquogue Beach in Hampton Bays.  Click here for directions.
  • 10:30am-3:00pm- Long Island Live Steamers Public Run Day- It's a public run day.  Make sure to catch at least one of these days this summer!   Public Run Days
  • 6:00pm-11:00pm- Southampton Kiwanis Bridgehampton Carnival- The Kiwanis Carnival is occurring Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at Sayre Park, 154 Snake Hollow Road in Bridgehampton.  Enjoy food, rides, and games sponsored by the Southampton Kiwanis Club.
Upcoming Week:
There are some great upcoming concerts this week.  Make sure to check out our events calendar on the blog for information about Brady Rymer in Greenport, Darlene Graham in Westhampton Beach, Project Vibe in Southampton, and CMEE's Tuesday Twirligig Performances.  Also, be sure to check out the Hampton Bays Fire Department Carnival happening Tuesday through Sunday this upcoming week!

Sunday, July 21, 2013

20% Off Your Entire Purchase at Michaels

This Sunday head over to Michaels for 4 hours only you will receive 20% off your entire purchase including sale items. Offer is valid Sunday 7/21, 3 pm - 7pm.



Friday, July 19, 2013

Weekend Top Picks

A little late today, sorry!  We are still on vacation and I've been very lazy this week. Staying at my parents for two week has made me regress to being a teenager, LOL.  The heat has not helping.  It's been too hot to even go to the beach till late, so we've been doing lots of pool days.  I'm hoping the weather improves this weekend so you can all get out and enjoy some of these events.

Saturday 7/20-

  • 10:30am-1:30pm- Children's Museum of the East End's 5th Annual Summer Family Fair-Arts and crafts, water rides, performances, games, music, and food.  $150 per adult, $100 per child.  
  • 5:00pm-8:00pm- Harbes Western Farm's Family BBQ- Chuck Wagon style family BBQ dinner featuring pulled pork, ribs, hot dogs, roasted corn, grilled veggies, salads, and dessert.  There will also be hayrides, pony rides, games, a bounce house, and roping lessons.  Tickets are $19.95 for under 12 and $24.95 for adults.
  • 9:20pm- The Great Bonac Firework Show.  It's still July and the East End still has fireworks!  Check out East Hampton's 33rd Annual Firework show over Three Mile Harbor.  Best viewing spots are Sammy's Beach, Maidstone Beach, Gann Road, any of the beaches off Hands Creek Road or Springy Banks Road, and at the head of Three Mile Harbor.  Fireworks provided by Grucci.
Sunday 7/21-
  • 5:00pm-5:45pm- WonderSpark Puppets- Southampton Center, 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton-Come check out a free puppet show in Southampton for ages 10 and under.  The puppet show is "The Case of the Missing Kitten."
  • 6:00pm-8:00pm- Much Ado About Nothing- Shakespeare at Sylvester Manor, 80 North Ferry Road, Shelter Island.  This is my absolute favorite Shakespeare play.  I love the comedic elements and the wedding preparations.  Don't miss a chance to see it performed at this beautiful location.  Shows are both Saturday and Sunday. Doors open at 6:00pm and the show begins at 6:30pm.  Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the gate.  Students are $5 and children under 7 are free. Bring blankets, beach chairs, and a picnic supper.  
  • 7:00pm -8:00pm- Project Vibe- Saint Rosalie's Church, 31 E.Montauk Highway, Hampton Bays.  I know we have plenty of Project Vibe fans that read this blog, so I wanted to mention that they will be performing Sunday as part of St. Rosalie's Sundays at 7:00 in the back yard of the Parish Center.  Bring chairs and refreshments.
Upcoming Week:
I wanted to draw attention to all the cool events going on BookHampton this summer.  Every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, the various BookHampton locations are inviting children and thier grown-ups to wear the PJs, bring a lovey, and listen to story book classics.  Readings are held at the East Hampton location on Mondays at 7:00pm, Southampton on Tuesdays at 7:00pm, and Mattituck on Wednesdays at 7:00pm.  Here are the upcoming scheduled readings:
7/22-7/24- 500 Hats of Bartholemew Cubbins by Dr. Seuss
7/29-7/31- Cinderella by Charles Perrault and Princess Smartypants by Babette Cole
8/5-8/7- Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judith Viorst and Eloise by Kay Thompson
8/12-8/14- The Story of Mrs. Lovewright and Her Purrless Cat by Lore Segal and Yertle the Turtle by Dr. Seuss
8/19-8/21- Madeline by Ludwig Bemelmans and Puss in Boots by Charles Perrault
8/26-8/28- Rumplestiltskin by Charles Perrault and Little Red Riding Hood by Charles Perrault

Check out for these and other events.

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Best Yet Market Deals 7/19


Best Yet Market is having the crazy 88 Sale


Sweet Peaches - per lb - $0.88


Cantaloupes - $0.98


Plums - per lb - $0.88


Green Giant Baby Carrots - $0.88


Zucchini - per lb - $0.88


Best Yet Cheese Bars - $1.88


Green Peppers - per lb - $0.88


Crunchmaster Cracker gluten free - $1.88

$1/1 Crunchmaster Cracker Purchase

$0.88 after coupon


Honest Tea - $0.88


Best Yet Apple Juice - $0.88


Fage Greek Yogurt - $0.88


Best Yet Broccoli Spears - $0.88


McCain French Fries - $2.88

$1/1 McCain Sweet Potato Product

$1.88 after coupon


Wednesday, July 17, 2013

It’s mommy’s time to play! Finding time to workout...

It’s mommy’s time to play!  Finding time to workout...

Before we had kids, lets face it we had all the time we needed to conquer the world.  Fast forward to the present, now you’re a mom and nothing will ever be the same!  

As moms we tend to put ourselves, our needs, and even our health on the back burner.  There is always something that has to be done with the children, the house, or our significant other. In time our lives will be harder to keep up with if we do not have the energy and stamina to keep up the pace our lives require.

So, its mommy’s time to play!  Working out does not have to be work.  I know for me personally, working out is an outlet.  I feel so good about my body, and I have a great time doing it.  My children see me taking care of myself and it sets the example for them  that they need to be good to themselves.  Now you may be wondering, how do I find the time to workout as a mom of 7 children.  It isnt always easy, but I get it in however and wherever I can.  I use my environment such as chairs, cans of soup, and yes even my 6 month old son!  I workout during naps, when the kids are playing on their own, and just whenever I can get a quick set in.  To be honest my favorite and most effective ways of working out are doing it in a group setting with other moms who also have children (the kids think its play time for them but it really is a mommy trick for time for me!) and doing workouts with my children.  My 6 yr. old daughter loves dancing so we Zumba, and they all love yoga so we break out the mats!

Being a mom does not mean you have to give up you.  Taking care of yourself is one of the greatest lessons you will ever teach your children!  

Stay tuned for some quick easy to do workouts!

Nicolle Whitworth
Certified Personal Trainer
Owner of Baby Boot Camp East End Long Island

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Top Weekend Picks for July 12th-14th

I am writing to you from Bethany Beach, Delaware this week.  We are enjoying time with my family and having a little summer vacation.  Bethany Beach is a fabulous family seaside town, and not too far from Long Island.  I will do a write up of our vacation soon. That doesn't mean I'm not trying to keep up to date on all that is happening on the east end.  And on that note, here are my top picks for this weekend.

Friday, July 12-

  • 5:00pm- 12:00am- Jamesport Fire Department Carnival- George Young Community Center, 446 South Jamesport Avenue, Jamesport.  Rides, food, and games for all!  This is also taking place on Saturday from 5:00pm-12:00am.
  • 7:00pm- 9:00pm- Summer Concert Series by Riverhead Townscape- East End Arts Green, Peconic Riverfront, Downtown Riverhead.  This week is The Long Island Sound Chorus. Bring chairs and blankets.
Saturday, July 13- 
  • 10:00am-11:30am- Pollock Family Drip Painting- Pollock-Krasner House, 830 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton.  Children and adults can tour the home and studio of Jackson Pollack and Lee Krasner, then families can make their own drip paintings.  Great for ages 4 and above.  Admission, tour and supplies included for $35. Register online.
  • 10:00am-6:00pm- 25th Anniversary Sweet Corn Festival- Both Harbes Family Farm in Mattituck and Harbes Western Farm in Jamesport.  Celebrate corn and all its uses, such as delicious food and a corn eating contest! This event also takes place Sunday.  For more information, click here.
  • 7:00pm -10:00pm- Hamptons Collegiate League All Star Game- Cochran Park, Peconic.  North Fork All Stars (North Fork Ospreys, Riverhead Tomcats, and Shelter Island Bucks) verse South Fork All Stars (Center Moriches Battlecats, Westhampton Aviators, Southampton Breakers, and Sag Harbor Whalers.)
  • 9:00pm- 10:00pm- Shelter Island Fireworks Display- Crescent Beach, Shore Road, Shelter Island. Fireworks begin at dusk.
Sunday, July 14-
  • 10:00am-3:00pm- BNL Summer Days-Brookhaven National Lab, William Floyd Parkway, County Road 46.  This is a bit of a drive, but these events seem like such a cool idea for those of you with budding scientists.  This Sunday's theme is Family Fun Day.  You can visit the Science Learning Center to learn about magnets, mirrors, and more.  Catch a fire safety show and see"Phenomenal Physics of Mr. Fish Show."  The summer days are free, first come, first served, and recommended for ages 10 and up.  Any visitors over 16 must bring a photo id.  Click here more more information.
  • 10:30am- 3:00- Long Island Steamers Public Run Day- Southaven Park, Brookhaven.  Another public run day!  Woo hoo!  Check them out!
  • 1:00pm-3:00pm- Williamsburg Comes to Quogue- Quogue Village Green, Quogue.  The Quogue Historical Society, with support from the Quogue Library, invites you to a lively afternoon to transport you back to daily life during the Revolutionary War. Roam the Quogue Village Green and Village Lane and meet the town crier, Benjamin Franklin; be inspired by the live military marching drills of the Third New York Regiment Long Island Companies 1775 as they perform a Reenactment of a Revolutionary War Encampment; join in the dancing to the tunes of Chart Guthrie’s period band; enjoy the live sheep and cow from the Cornell Cooperative Farm while you learn about cow milking, and hear the history of sheep shearing with the Long Island Livestock Company; stroll through a soldier’s sleeping tent and the outdoor colonial “kitchen” and learn about the tools used in daily life; take a horse drawn carriage ride with Quiet Time Shire.  This event is recommended for all ages, and is a suggested donation of $10.  For more information, click here.
Planning Ahead:  The circus is coming to town! The Cole Brothers Circus of the Stars is coming to the East End.  They will be in Center Moriches from July 15th-17th.  Performances will be at 5:00pm and 8:00pm daily and held at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 313 Frowein Road next to the high school in Center Moriches.  Then July 22nd and July 23rd they will be visiting Southampton.  Performances will be 5:00pm and 8:00pm both days, and held on the Shinnecock PowWow Grounds off Montauk Highway in Southampton.  Finally, July 24th and July 25th they will be performing at 5:00pm and 8:00pm on the Greenport Polo Grounds, 400 Moores Lane off Route 25 in Greenport.  For coupons and to get tickets, visit their website here.

Monday, July 8, 2013

What's for dinner?

Chicken Waldorf Salad

I recently made this salad for a potluck lunch with fellow East End Mommy bloggers, and promised to share this easy summer salad.  It's great to serve as a sandwich on any kind of bread or roll, or over mesclun greens!

2 large chicken breasts
1 medium apple, peeled, cored, and chopped
1 lemon, juiced
1 cup red seedless grapes, halved
1 stalk of celery, finely chopped
1/4 cup craisins
1/2 cup walnuts, coarsely chopped

3/4 cup light mayonnaise
1/4 cup orange juice
1/4 teaspoon of salt and pepper

1. Boil the chicken breasts in water over medium high heat for 20 minutes.  When the chicken is cooled, chop it up into bite sized pieces.
2. Toss the chopped apple in the lemon juice in a large bowl.  Add chicken, grapes, celery, caisins, and walnuts.  
3.  In a small bowl, mix the mayonnaise, orange juice, salt and pepper.  Gently fold the dressing over the salad to combine.  

Quiche Corner

Each week a new quiche recipe will be added, but (unless noted) it will always follow this basic quiche recipe:
Basic Quiche Recipe:

5 large eggs
1/2 cup milk or half-and-half
1/4 teaspoon of salt
1/8 teaspoon of fresh pepper
1 store bought frozen pie shell (unless you desire a crust less quiche, then omit this)

1. Whip the eggs, milk, and seasoning until the eggs are light and frothy.  
2. Layer meats, veggies, and cheese on top into the pie shell.  Pour egg mixture on top.

3.  Bake in a preheated oven at 350 degrees for 45-50 minutes (the quiche is done if a knife is inserted in the center and it comes out clean.

Zucchini and Bacon Quiche

Additional Ingredients:
6 strips of bacon, cooked and chopped, reserve drippings
1 zucchini (summer squash) cut up into cubes
1 cup of shredded mozzarella cheese

Additional Directions:
1. Saute zucchini is the reserved bacon drippings 
2. Continue to follow the Basic Quiche Recipe.

Friday, July 5, 2013

King Kullen Deals for the week of 7/5

Reynolds Wrap Aluminum Foil 50 sq ft ( reg price) $2.99

$1.00 off any ONE (1) Reynolds Wrap Foil

$0.99 after coupon


Sabra Hummus 10oz (sale price) $2.49

$1.25 off when you buy one (1) Sabra Hummus

$1.24 after coupon


Sunlight Auto Dish Power PAC - Lemon Boost $3.99

$1/1 Sunlight Coupon

$1.99 after coupon


Firefly Toothbrush 2-count (regular price) $2.49

$1.00 off ANY Firefly Toothbrush

$0.49 after coupon


Hormel Rev Wraps $1.24

$1/2 Hormel Rev Wraps coupon

$0.24 when you buy 2


Mueller's Pasta $0.78

$1/2 Muellers Pasta coupon

FREE after coupon


Ajax Laundry Detergent Product $2.49

$1/1 Ajax Laundry Detergent Coupon

$0.49 after coupon




Thursday, July 4, 2013

Top Picks for 7/5-7/7

Happy 4th of July!  It's going to be beautiful this weekend.  Enjoy all our area has to offer this time of year, but don't forget to stay hydrated and use that sunscreen!

It must be carnival season!!!!

  • 6:00pm-11:00pm- Greenport Fourth of July Carnival, Moore's Lane, Greenport.  Also happening Saturday 6:00pm-11:00pm
  • 6:00pm-11:00pm- Peconic Bay Medical Center Family Carnival, 6164 Route 25A, Wading River.  Also happening Saturday 4:00pm-9:00pm and Sunday 2:00pm-7:00pm.
  • 6:00pm-7:30pm- Pizza and Pajama Night at CMEE- Children's Museum of the East End.  Pizza and Pajama Night will be held at the Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack.  Children will explore the grounds and participate in a scavenger hunt.  Reservations are required.  Contact CMEE.
  • 7:00pm-11:00pm- North Sea Fire Department Carnival, North Sea Firemen's Memorial Athletic Field, Noyac Road, North Sea.  Also happening Saturday 7:00-11:00 and Sunday 7:00-11:00
  • 8:30pm-10:30pm- Guild Hall Films at the Farm: Jurassic Park, Mulford Farm, 10 James Lane, East Hampton. Bring a picnic and enjoy an outdoor movie.  $5 admission, free under age 5.  Tickets available at Guild Hall.  
  • 9:00pm-10:00pm- Southampton Fireworks.  Visible over Shinnecock Bay and Coopers Beach.
  • 10:00am-3:00pm- Coast Guard Open House at Shinnecock Station, 100 Foster Avenue, Hampton Bays
  • 11:00am-3:00pm- St. Luke's Summer Fair, 18 James Lane, across from the pond, East Hampton. Pony rides, games, music, face painting, balloons, raffles, and fair food.  True summer fun!
  • 9:00pm- Amagansett Fireworks, Devon Yacht Club, Amagansett- private club, but visible from Fresh Pond Beach.
  • 9:00pm- Riverbed Raceway Fireworks- 1797 Old Country Road, Riverhead
  • 9:30pm- Sag Harbor Fireworks- Sag Harbor Yacht Club- private club, but visible from Havens Beach, Marine Park, Long Wharf, or the harbor.
  • 10:00pm- North Sea Fireworks- at the North Sea Carnival
  • 10:00am- The Secret Life in a Pond, South Fork Natural History Museum, Bridgehampton.  For children ages 6 and over.  A hands on program where children explore pond life.  There is a $3 materials fee.  To make a reservation for this program, please call the museum at 631-537-9735.
Looking ahead:
  • If your older children are getting bored, now is the time to look into the offerings of the Town of Southampton's Youth Bureau.  Mondays and Thursdays, they offer pool night at SYS.  On Mondays, it is Neighborhood Nights in Flanders, and on Wednesdays it'sTeen Night at Ludlum Park.  And, on every Tuesday, there are local field trips.  This Tuesday is Cousins Paintball.  Check it out here!
  • Lots of outdoor concerts this week.  Tuesday, there are concerts in Montauk and East Quogue, and on Wednesday there is a concert in Southampton.  Check out our events calendar for details.
  • The Jamesport Fire Department Carnival begins Tuesday.  Check out our events calendar for details.

Monday, July 1, 2013

East End 4th of July Events

The 4th of July is one of my favorite holidays.  I love the beachy, nautical decorations.  I love the food at all the cookouts.  I love parades, and of course I love fireworks!  Here is the roundup of our area's celebrations.
Tuesday, July 2nd

  • 6:00pm- 11:00pm- Greenport Fourth of July Carnival- Moore's Lane, Greenport
  • 7:00pm-11:00pm- North Sea Fire Department Carnival- North Sea Firemen's Memorial Athletic Field, Noyac Road, North Sea
Wednesday, July 3rd
  • 6:00 pm-11:00pm- Greenport Fourth of July Carnival- Moore's Lane, Greenport
  • 7:00pm-11:00pm- North Sea Fire Department Carnival- North Sea Firemen's Memorial Athletic Field, Noyac Road, North Sea- Fireworks tonight at 10:00pm
  • 6:30pm- The Lone Sharks@ Coopers Beach, Southampton Village- Bring chairs, blankets, and a picnic dinner.
Thursday, July 4th
  • 10:00am- Southampton Independence Day Parade- Main Street and Jobs Lane, Southampton Village
  • 11:00am- WPPB Studio's Post Parade Party- 71 Hill Street, Southampton (behind the movie theater)- food, drink, musicians, face painting, tumble bus, and dunk tank, free admission.
  • 11:00am- Southampton Center's Post Parade Party- 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton- free family party with music, circus performers, a bounce house, face painting, and refreshments.  You must register for this event at or 631-283-0967.
  • 12:00pm- 4th of July parade in Southold- Boisseau Avenue to Tuckers Lane, Southold
  • 6:00 pm-11:00pm- Greenport Fourth of July Carnival- Moore's Lane, Greenport- Fireworks tonight at 10:00pm
  • 6:00pm-11:00pm- Peconic Bay Medical Center Family Festival- 6164 Route 25A, Wading River
  • 6:30pm-10:00pm- Independence Day Celebration- Peconic Riverfront, Downtown Riverhead- Performance by Brady Rymer, stilt walkers, face painting, Fireworks at 9:15pm.
  • 7:00pm-11:00pm- North Sea Fire Department Carnival- North Sea Firemen's Memorial Athletic Field, Noyac Road, North Sea
  • 9:00pm- Westhampton Beach Fireworks- Westhampton Country Club- Though the club is a private event, fireworks are visible throughout the village
  • 9:00pm- Stars Over Montauk  Fireworks, Umbrella Beach, 108 S. Emerson Avenue, Montauk
Friday, July 5th
  • 6:00 pm-11:00pm- Greenport Fourth of July Carnival- Moore's Lane, Greenport
  • 6:00pm-11:00pm- Peconic Bay Medical Center Family Festival- 6164 Route 25A, Wading River
  • 7:00pm-11:00pm- North Sea Fire Department Carnival- North Sea Firemen's Memorial Athletic Field, Noyac Road, North Sea
  • 9:00pm- Southampton Fireworks- These are set off from a private residence, but are over Shinnecock Bay and visible from Coopers Beach, and the inlet. 
Saturday, July 6th
  • 6:00 pm-11:00pm- Greenport Fourth of July Carnival- Moore's Lane, Greenport. Fireworks at 10:00pm.
  • 4:00pm-9:00pm- Peconic Bay Medical Center Family Festival- 6164 Route 25A, Wading River. Fireworks at 9:00pm.
  •  7:00pm-11:00pm- North Sea Fire Department Carnival- North Sea Firemen's Memorial Athletic Field, Noyac Road, North Sea-Fireworks at 10:00pm.
  • 9:00pm- Amagansett Fireworks- Devon Yacht Club, Amagansett- private club, but visible from Fresh Pond Beach.
  • 9:00pm- Riverbed Raceway Fireworks- 1797 Old Country Road, Riverhead
  • 9:30pm- Sag Harbor Fireworks- Sag Harbor Yacht Club- private club, but visible from Havens Beach, Marine Park, Long Wharf, or the harbor.
Sunday, July 7th
  • 2:00pm-7:00pm- Peconic Bay Medical Center Family Festival- 6164 Route 25A, Wading River.
  • 7:00pm-11:00pm- North Sea Fire Department Carnival- North Sea Firemen's Memorial Athletic Field, Noyac Road, North Sea
Saturday, July 13th
  • 9:00pm- Shelter Island Fireworks- Crescent Beach, Shore Road, Shelter Island.
Saturday, July 20th
  • 9:15pm- The Great Bonac Fireworks Show- Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton. Visible from the beaches of Maidstone Park, Sammy's Beach, Gann Road, Hands Creek Road.