Tag: Port Jefferson

Port Jefferson Yacht Club Hosts 12th Annual Village Cup Regatta

The 12th annual Village Cup Regatta, a friendly competition between Mather Hospital and the Village of Port Jefferson, sailed with full crews on Saturday.

Port Jefferson Documentary Spring Film Series Runs Through May 24

The award-winning Port Jefferson Documentary Spring Film Series opened on Monday, April 5, and runs through May 24.

Port Jefferson Chef Learns From a Pro on Food Network’s Chef...

In the series premiere of Food Network’s Chef Boot Camp, Port Jefferson’s own Chef Andrew Seeley from Tara Inn showcased his culinary skills in efforts to grow the restaurant’s business.

2021 Annual Barnburner Held at PJ Slot Car Raceway & Hobby

The 31st Annual Slot Car Racing Championships were held in Ronkonkoma from Feb. 27 to 29. 

North Shore Art Guild Presents “ReAwakenings” at Port Jefferson Gallery

Visit the Port Jefferson Gallery at the Village Center now through Feb. 26 to view “ReAwakenings” presented by the North Shore Art Guild.

Ice Sculptures Displayed in the Village of Port Jefferson

Port Jefferson Chamber of Commerce, The Village of Port Jefferson held an ice sculpture event for the past two Saturdays and will hold its last on Feb. 13.

New York Health Welcomes Primary Care Physician Dr. Charles G. Bleecher

New York Health (NYHealth) is proud to announce that board-certified Internist and Geriatric Medicine physician, Dr. Charles G. Bleecher, FACP, will be joining its team of dedicated physicians.

Theatre Three Keeps Arts Alive With Off-Stage/On-Line Series

By using the constraints of the internet to find a way to tell a story, playwrights and actors have essentially created a new genre of theater.

Theatre Three: Show Goes On Despite Flood

Much drama has graced the historic Theatre Three stage over the past half century, but the venue was the scene of an unexpected feat when a flash flood inundated its lower level.

Port Jefferson: From Shipbuilding Hub to Tourist Haven

A thriving hub for tourism on Long Island’s North Shore, drawing countless ferry-goers, shoppers, diners and bar patrons to the village’s brimming enclave.