Today I decided to take an early walk in the Stony Brook Village and enjoy the fall air. I call these photos morning light. Then I’m off to Robinson’s Tea Room for one of their blueberry scones (they’re made from scratch you know) and now they’re now open on Mondays!
I decided to register for the event Ladies Night Out in which I heard many of the shops are donating a portion of the proceeds toward breast cancer research. I also registered for the Walk for Beauty (to raise money for Breast Cancer Research) . Then I visited the Educational & Cultural Center, I noticed that they’re having Kerriann Flanagan Brosky as well as Joe Giaquinto (the paranormal who works with her) come and speak about her book, “Historic Haunts of Long Island” on October 27, 2016 at 7:00pm. They will be serving wine and scary treats. Find out more information about the event here.
I just love the organization’s new websites. They are so easy to navigate and so organized. I suggest you see for yourself – www.stonybrookvillage.com and www.wmho.org. What a difference. I learned from the website they are doing one more photography cruise on the Discovery October 29th to take pictures of the fall foliage and grasses in the wetlands.
On my way home today I’m stopping at Brew Cheese to get some more Tubba cheese (aged in old subway tunnels in Brooklyn) and the –Lavender Cheese with Espresso. You know David Striffler just became a certified Cheese Monger from the American Cheese Association. You know there are several steps you must go through before you receive the certificate. He studied at the Institut du Fromage in Florida. Prior to taking his test in Iowa, he had to prove he worked 5,000 hours in the cheese industry with direct experiences. He is the only certified Cheese Monger on Long Island. Congratulations, David! Visit Brew Cheese’s Official Facebook Page for more info and weekly specials.
Now I’m going to check out fall apparel at Wish, Mint, LOFT, Chico’s and Flair and then stop by the Village Coffee Market for his pumpkin spice coffee to take home. And, don’t forget to vote………..for the scarecrows!