Worlds Within Worlds: Oyster Season Kick Off
Special Offer: $25 tickets

Join the North Fork TV Festival and the oyster farms of the East End for oysters, small plates, drinks, and great music inside the Greenport American Legion while supporting CAST. Celebrating the North Fork TV Festival's closing night party, the high vaulted, Greenport American Legion will be transformed into a lively, illuminated fantasy aqua-garden, Worlds Within Worlds.

Worlds Within Worlds is the collaborative creation of recognized artists Bridget Elkin, Kara Hoblin, and Anne Sherwood Pundyk. Collectively, this trio has brought interactive art experiences to notable exhibition spaces locally on the East End, in New York City, and across the US.

Bandits on the Run, the acclaimed indie band, will be performing.

As Falstaff proposes in Shakespeare’s Merry Wives of Windsor, “The world is my oyster…” suggesting that reality has many hidden possibilities. The NFTV Festival’s closing party, “Worlds Within Worlds” will reveal and celebrate the blending of creative communities coming together to innovate.  Spotlit fine art fantasy landscapes placed throughout the vast high-arched space blend with a reflecting pool-like video projection to create intrigue, suspense and delight. Partygoers move through the space enjoying the possibilities: mingling, dancing, and enjoying a selection of oysters, local food specialties, beer, and wine.

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Wine Provided by: Bedell Cellars
Beer Provided by: Greenport Harbor Brewing Company

Saturday September 8th, 2018
8:30 PM Doors Open
9:00 PM Band Plays

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Bandits on the Run is a Brooklyn-based criminal trio, notorious for stealing hearts and serenading strangers. They first gained infamy conducting musical sticks-ups in the subways of New York City with their three part-harmony and nostalgic sensibilities. 

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Worlds Within Worlds Team

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Bridget Elkin

Anne Sherwood Pundyk

Courtesy of The Suffolk Times

Kara Hoblin

2018 Featured Festival Charity:


Since 1965, Community Action Southold Town, Inc. (CAST), a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, has been serving low-income individuals and families on the North Fork of Long Island. CAST helps struggling community members meet their basic needs of nutrition, clothing, energy, employment, and education. CAST provides a critical safety net for Southold Town residents in need from Laurel to Orient Point and Fisher’s Island. We are committed to moving vulnerable families to self-sufficiency through education and outreach. CAST offers many programs and services, including a food pantry, sharing room with clothing and household items, ESL and computer classes, an early childhood literacy program, assistance with benefit applications, fresh produce programs, advocacy and referrals, and much more. 

Our most vulnerable neighbors are also some of our most invisible — struggling seniors, veterans, immigrants, single mothers, to name a few.  They are vital members of this beautiful destination community. 

Our vision is to build a thriving community where every person is free from worry about basic necessities and is able to build a better future for themselves and their families. 

CAST relies on the generosity of donors to support our neighbors in need.