Conserving Long Islands Working Farms and Natural Lands

Events & Activities

Throughout the year, the Peconic Land Trust hosts many events and educational activities that bring together our supporters, landowners, government officials and other interested members of the community to celebrate our successes, to raise funds to support our future work, and to explore the beauty of our local environment. We hope that you will join us often at what are truly unique and memorable moments.

2015 Educational & Recreational Events are being planned now for your enjoyment through the coming season!

Join us for these upcoming programs: visit our online calendar for details

Keep the spirit of Giving Tuesday alive! Held this past December on Tuesday, December 2, this international initiative reminded us all to consider local non profits during December's shopping and gift giving season. We continue our joyous celebration of all that is the East End, and ask that you share photos of your favorite places! Share your favorite places #PecLTFavs

Bridge Gardens Lecture SeriesBridge Gardens Annual Spring Lecture Series with panel presentations featuring local growers and producers kicks off on Sunday, March 1, with "The Drink."
Due to the heavy snowfall, our March 1 program has been moved to the Peconic Land Trust's offices at 300 Hampton Road, Southampton. We hope to return to Bridge Gardens for the second of our 4-part series, on March 15: The Appetizer. And mark your calendars for March 29: The Entree and on April 19 for our fourth and final program of the series: The Dessert. For more information on the programs, click here. All presentations are held 2-4pm at Bridge Gardens, 36 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton. Reserve your seat today! Call Robin Harris at 631.283.3195 ext. 19

Weekly Watercolor classes with professional artist Lois Bender, Saturdays, March 7, 14 and 28 and Sundays, April 12 & 26, 12-3pm at Bridge Gardens, 36 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton.

Southampton 375 logoSave Your House: Historic Preservation Options, in partnership with the Southampton Historical Museum and the Rogers Memorial Library, Thursday, March 19, 3-5pm at the Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton.  This is the first in a series of activities the Trust will be hosting in celebration of the Town's 375th Anniversary. Also, Trust President John v.H. Halsey will speak at the Southampton Town's Convocation on Satruday, March 7 at the First Presbyterian Church, at 2 South Main Street. For a listing of all upcoming events to celebrate this historic year, visit their special page on 27 East!

For more information on these and other upcoming programs, visit our online calendar.

Connections, the Peconic Land Trust's Calendar of educational and recreational activities, is available both online and in print.

The 2015 March/April issue of Connections is now available for download