Cultural Events

We regularly present a wide variety of events to educate, entertain and contribute to the quality of life on the North Fork. Recently we co-sponsored with Tifereth Israel of Greenport and focused on the role the Righteous played during the Holocaust to save Jews -including the grandparents of our congregant, one of the speakers. Congressman Tim Bishop of the First District, and Sister Margaret Smyth of the Spanish Apostolate were our featured speakers for another event, and discussed current trends in education, immigration and the economy of the North Fork. Neil Yerman, a renowned Sofer (Torah scribe) and artist, traced the evolution of the Torah through the ages.  At still another event, Marcia Haddad Ikononomopoulos, Director of the Kehila Kedosha Janina Museum gave us an intimate as and historical look at the Synagogues of New York’s Lower East Side.

We remain committed to delivering joyful and entertaining programs for the children and adults of our North Fork Community; choice topics and sompelling speakers, performing and visual arts; traditional cultural programs and the advant-guard.  We support community programs with grants to local cultural institutions such as the North Fork Community Theater and for programs such as Poetry for Peace which fosters the arts in local schools.


Community Cultural Events Include the Following

The North Fork Foodie Tour is our largest and most prominent event.  It introduces visitors to the innovative food producers who are helping to maintain the agricultural character of our community by making and growing unique local products.  Click here for more information about the Foodie Tour

Cinematic Series

Other Cultural Programs

Various scheduled Events as outlined above each to be announced and scheduled – Click here for a current listing of events.


All are Invited
We welcome everyone, Jewish or not, Member or not, to attend our classes and programs. Please join us!

Enrollment and Cancellation Policies
Some classes and programs have limited enrollments. Register early to avoid disappointment

If enrollment is too low, an event or class may be canceled. To be notified of schedule changes or cancellations, you must be preregistered.