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Dix Hills Fire Department Santa Spreads Holiday Cheer

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Santa arrived in Dix Hills from the North Pole this week when his sleigh landed at the Dix Hills Fire Department. Fire engines and ambulances  escorted Santa on his journey through the streets to spread holiday greetings and candy treats to the kids. Santa and his helpers from the Dix Hills FD Company One are pictured at Station 2 […]

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Santa Claus Visits Asharoken Village

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Asharoken got into the holiday spirit as Santa and Mrs. Claus arrived for a visit at Asharoken Village Hall, where he spread holiday greetings and hearty “Ho, Ho, Ho’s” to all.  Santa was greeted by Asharoken Mayor Greg Letica and Village Trustees as he arrived on his sleigh from the North Pole with the assistance of the Northport Fire Department.  […]

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Programs In February For Adults At Cold Spring Harbor Library

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The following programs are open to all. Advance registration requested for all programs.

Tennessee Walt: The Other Great American Songbook
Thursday, February 14 at 2pm
Through song and story, Tennessee Walt will present an overview of the history of country music, from the ‘Big Bang of Country Music’ in 1927 to the 21st century, featuring artists from Jimmie […]

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January Programs At Temple Beth El Of Huntington

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Thursday, January 10
7:30-9:00PM
 
Alexander Hamilton:  The Jewish Founding Father
Thousands of miles from the Old World, on a sun-kissed island in the West Indies, a young boy named Alexander Hamilton began a most unlikely journey in the 1750’s. His meteoric rise from Caribbean obscurity to American founder has long captivated historians and, more recently, theater audiences. Yet […]

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Film Producer Jeff Waxman To Attend Huntington Opening Of His New Film, VICE

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On Wednesday, December 26th at 6:30 Jeff Waxman, the Executive Producer of the new Dick Cheney comedy biopic, Vice, will be attending and discussing a screening of the film at Huntington’s Cinema Arts Centre. Jeff will be attending the screening and participating in an audience Q&A after the film.
 
Jeff Waxman is a Long Island resident who has produced […]

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“Theodore Roosevelt, A Man for the Modern World” Reception

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A new exhibit by Sagamore Hill national historic site to commemorating the presidency and legacy of Theodore Roosevelt. Historic documents photographs and many never before seen artifacts celebrate TR’s major achievements and underscore his legacy as a modern day president. The exhibit opens January 06, 2019 marking the 100th anniversary of Theodore Roosevelt’s passing.
Opening reception:
Sunday January 6, 3 to […]

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Michael Kornfeld Re-elected President of the Northeast Regional Folk Alliance

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Huntington resident Michael Kornfeld was re-elected to a third term as president of the board of directors of the Northeast Regional Folk Alliance (NERFA) during its annual conference in November in Stamford, CT. Serving a region that extends from the northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, DC to Canada’s eastern provinces, NERFA is the largest regional […]

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THE NEW YORK LANDMARKS CONSERVANCY AWARDS 5 SACRED SITES GRANTS TO HISTORIC RELIGIOUS PROPERTIES ON LONG ISLAND

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St. Paul’s United Methodist Church of Northport, Bethel A.M.E. Church of Setauket, First Congregational Church of Riverhead, the First Presbyterian Church of Southold, and the United Methodist Church of Patchogue receive Sacred Sites Grants.
 
The New York Landmarks Conservancy has announced on December 4, 2018 five Sacred Sites Grants totaling $65,000 to five congregations on Long […]

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Half Hollow Hills Students Are Giving Back For Thanksgiving

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Groups of students in the Half Hollow Hills Central School District have been fundraising and collecting food to help local families who are food insecure enjoy a happy Thanksgiving. Food insecure families are never sure if they will have enough food to feed their family from week to week, and it continues to be a […]

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Huntington Harbor Parade of Lights Needs Your Participation!

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Huntington Lighthouse PARADE OF LIGHTS: A lighted maritime extravaganza that draws thousands of landlubbers to the shores of Huntington Harbor.

For all you fairweather boaters… the forecast is good for Friday so there are no excuses!  It’s not too late!

Get your entry form in NOW to be a part of this year’s boat parade.

Help to make it spectacular!

Use the forms […]

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