BAR CRAWL: Get ready to get jolly on Saturday, Dec. 16, when the fourth annual Huntington Holiday Bar Crawl hits the village. Participating bars — P’s & Q’s, Christopher’s, Finley’s, Nag’s Head, Huntington Village Tavern and Mary Carroll’s — will be offering drink specials from 2-8 p.m. as part of the crawl, which doubles as a fundraiser for KiDS NEED MoRE. The crawl is presented by Long Island Social Events, which is selling tickets for $25 through LongIslandSocialEvents.com.
FIND YOUR UGLY SWEATER: Brew Cheese (40 Woodbine Ave., Northport) is getting into the holiday spirit by hosting an Ugly Sweater Party on Friday, Dec. 15, at 8 p.m. So dust off your most hideous holiday rags and come for a night of festivities. Free raffle tickets will be awarded to all those dressed in festive attire. There will be a chance to win a Brew Cheese gift basket worth more than $75. A portion of the proceeds from the party will be donated to the Northport Historical Society. For more information, call 631-239-1927.
BRUNCH WITH SANTA: The jolly guy will be making pit stops at Harbor Mist Restaurant (105 Harbor Road, Cold Spring Harbor) on both Sunday, Dec. 10 and Sunday, Dec. 17 from 12 noon-3 p.m. Both Mr. and Mrs. Claus will be in the house for brunch, the menu for which is available at HarborMistRestaurant.com. For more information, or to make a reservation, call 631-659-3888.
CHRISTMAS POP-UP: Nest on Main and Harbor Cheese and Provisions will host a pop-up market at 135 Main St. in Northport on Friday, Dec. 22, from 12 noon-6 p.m., giving last-minute shoppers a chance to secure some cheeses and meats to indulge in over the holiday weekend. For more information, visit NestOnMainMarket.com.
WINTER MARKET: The Huntington Winter Farmers’ Market will be open each Sunday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., through March 25, 2018 at Jefferson Primary School (253 Oakwood Road, Huntington). The market, which enters its seventh season, affords local businesses the opportunity to sell their products in an extended season, and improve access for consumers to obtain local, sustainable and organically produced food. Along with products for sale, the market also hosts local musicians and family-friendly activities. For more info, visit LongIslandFarmersMarkets.com.