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The 13th Annual Tulip Festival will be held in Heckscher Park from 11 – 4 on Sunday, May 5.  There will be music, entertainment, information booths and fun activities for children throughout the day. Free admission. Click here for more information and brochure. Click here for directions.
 
 
 
 
A short distance away will be the 29th Annual Sheep-to-Shawl […]

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LAP is responsible for operating the Grateful Paw Cat Shelter.
All cats are vet checked, FELV and FIV tested, spayed or neutered and inoculated prior to adoption.
The Grateful Paw Cat Shelter is located at 104 Deposit Rd., E. Northport, NY 11731
Come visit us Tuesday – Friday, 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm or Saturday – Sunday, noon – […]

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Huntington Public Library district will be voting Tuesday, April 16 on the budget and the uncontested re-election of a trustee.

Library director Michael Bogin stated the $8.6-million budget proposal that reflects increased costs in the state Employee Retirement System and state health insurance plan, and retroactive salary increases that come after three years of employee union […]

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To whom it may concern,
I was outraged to read in the most recent newsletter from the Huntington Public Library that the Huntington Public Library Board has decided to close the main branch of the library on Friday evenings, starting on July 1st, in order to “maximize cost effectiveness.” This is not Summer hours, this is […]

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The Heckscher Museum of Art, 2 Prime Avenue, Huntington, NY 11743

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On Saturday, April 6, from 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM, the Huntington Public Library will host Genealogy Day in partnership with the Genealogical Federation of Long Island, and sponsored by The Friends of the Huntington Public Library.
Six separate 90-minute sessions will cover all aspects of genealogy research for beginners, including Genealogy Basics, Planning a Research Trip, […]

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Since his favorite childhood pastime was drawing, it was only natural that Joseph Anderson would someday become an artist.  Having dreams of becoming a professional illustrator, he continued on to college to further his studies, which included drawing, painting, and illustration.  After leaving school, Mr. Anderson went on to work in advertising agencies doing […]

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Paul Rice was driving a 2004 Mitsubishi Galant southbound on Park Avenue, when he failed to use his turn signal when he turned onto Maple Hill Road

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Scenes From Huntington St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2013

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 FRIDAY GALLERY TALK
Back to the Future:  Reconsidering American Art at the Armory Show
Kimberly Orcutt, Ph.D., Henry Luce Foundation Curator of American Art at the
New-York Historical Society
Friday, March 8
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
In 1913, the American public was introduced to avant-garde art at the International Exhibition of Modern Art in New York City, known as the […]

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