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North Fork Festival of Trees Held At Treiber Farms in Peconic

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Melissa Hyatt; Cathy Demeroto, executive director of CAST, and an event volunteer. (Photo by Ed Shin)

Community Action Southold Town (CAST) hosted the inaugural North Fork Festival of Trees on Dec. 5 and 6 at Treiber Farms in Peconic.

The hybrid virtual and live event displayed themed trees decorated by local businesses, artists, and friends of CAST. The best trees were given People’s Choice and Designer’s Choice awards.

The holiday trees and other items, including art from local artists, were auctioned off to benefit CAST. The event also collected new unwrapped toys for the annual
CAST Holiday Toy Drive benefiting North Fork families in need.

Guests meandered through CAST’s magical tree garden while enjoying holiday music and refreshments for sale.

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CAST North Fork Festival of Trees held at Treiber Farms in Peconic. (Photo by Ed Shin)
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Treiber Farms. (Photo by Ed Shin)
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Super Mario tree – Sponsored by Sheri & Brian Winter Parker – The Corcoran Group, Stephanie & Chuck McEvily, Gurwin Home Health Agency. Designed by Alex Vinash-American Beech. (Photo by Ed Shin)
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RBG Tree – Sponsored and designed by Craft Hair. (Photo by Ed Shin)
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Birds and Berries sponsored by M&T Bank & PSEG. Designed by Fran Ormand and Jessica Frankel. (Photo by Ed Shin)
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Nights in White Satin – Sponsored by Eileen MGuire & John McLane, Sutton Landing at Mount Sinai. Designed by Pam Ferrari and Chirstine Makowski. (Photo by Ed Shin)
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CAST North Fork Festival of Tree. (Photo by Ed Shin)
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The Rainbow Colors of Bridge Lane Wine – Sponsored by Kim West – The Corcoran Group & PSEG. Designed by Bridge Lane Wine. (Photo by Ed Shin)

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