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Third Annual Southold Winterfest

February 17 @ 10:00 am 3:00 pm

Southold Winterfest 2024

Southold WinterFest will take place on Main Road in Southold Village between the hours of 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM on Saturday, February 17, 2024 (rain date is February 18, 2024). The Third Annual Southold WinterFest has 55 exhibits, local businesses and organizations participating. Over a thousand visitors are expected.

There is no cost to residents or visitors. It includes live entertainment, free food and beverage samples, fun activities for adults and children, special events, as well as free prizes and gift raffles. Restaurant, pub and winery favorites such as Maroni Cuisine, Latin Fuzion, North Fork Taps and Corks, Eastern Front Brewery, North Fork Roasting Co., Pindar Vineyards, Southold General, and The Giving Room will offer free beverage and food samples.

Activities include a DJ, shows at CAST with the Caribbean Vibe Steel Drum Band and Lucy Kalantari and the Jazz Cats. The popular Foster Europe Band and the talented Jay Shepard Band will be playing in the gazebo at the Village Green. There will be main stage events at the First Presbyterian Church with Lady T’s Highway Dancers and the Hoodoo Loungers band. The event includes a caricaturist, crafting workshops, cupcake decorating, cha-cha and swing dance lessons, free drawings for gift baskets and jewelry, face painting, glitter tattooing, flame juggling, hair tinseling, ice sculpting, a popcorn station, a snow making machine and even a WinterFest “Selfie” Station. Visit SoutholdWinterfest on Facebook for updates.

About the Southold Town Economic Development Committee (“EDC”)

The Southold Town EDC produces this event. The EDC, a volunteer committee, was created by the Town Board to advance initiatives to support economic growth for residents and businesses within the Town of Southold, as outlined in the Town’s Comprehensive Plan, “Southold 2020.”

Main Road
Southold, NY 11971 United States

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