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Huntington Harbor Boat Parade – November 25

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An exciting spectacle of vessels…sail and power, commercial and recreational, decorated by individuals, clubs and organizations, parading through Huntington Harbor.

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Program: Movers In The Sky

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Award winning astrophysicist and popular lecturer, Dr. Kevin Manning, explains comets, meteors, and asteroids with fascinating photos and illustrations Dec. 2, 2011 at the Huntington Public Library

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Walt Whitman Takes Round One of Long Island Challenge

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Congratulations Long Island Challenge Team: Team members Joe Babinski, James Campbell, Nicholas Scover, Alyssa Vallar and Captain Kimberly Shen.

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Autumn Crafts at Huntington Public Library

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Station Branch
November 21, 2011 from 5:00 – 6:00
grades 3 – 6
Autumn Craft: Native Corn Necklace
Make a beautiful corn kernel necklace just in time for the holidays.
Registration required. For more information call 421-5053.
 
Main Street Branch
November 19, 2011 from 2:00 – 3:00
grades 6 – 12
Chocolate Cornucopia
Make a great centerpiece for the fall. Dip scrumptious sweets into chocolate […]

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Buskin & Batteau Play Centerport on December 3

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 Harmonic and Witty Folk-Rockers Perform for the Folk Music Society of Huntington

Story by: Michael Kornfeld

David Buskin & Robin Batteau bring their “irresistible amalgam of melodic, sensual pop, folkie grit and killer wit” (The Washington Post) to the Folk Music Society of Huntington’s First Saturday Concerts series at the Congregational Church of Huntington, 30 Washington Drive […]

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Lowe’s Property – What Has Been Left Behind?

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Now that Lowe’s has pulled the plug on its Huntington project we must ask the question what has been left behind?. Essentially we have a 17 acre piece of land that has been denuded of vegetation and a steep slope destroyed. In its present condition this land area is now ripe for erosion, especially along the […]

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Clothing Collection for Veterans In Need

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 The Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce is a trusted partner in providing assistance and resources for members of our Armed Forces along with support for their families through civic, business and volunteer work within the local community.
The Chamber’s Veterans Committee will once again help remember those less fortunate veterans during this holiday season. In doing […]

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ShotSpotter Update and Opinion

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It is with a sense of ambivalence that we inform you that ShotSpotter went live today.  While we are thankful to Jon Cooper and others who have helped to make this happen, we are saddened that it has become necessary.  We certainly hope that our local politicians do not hold their typical photo ops or press conferences to brag about […]

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Huntington Residents Inspire Community

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Assemblyman Jim Conte recently attended the Marcie Mazzola Foundation award ceremony and presented Todd and Lisa Jamison with an official Assembly Citation

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Message from HUFSD Superintendent Jim Polansky

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Dear Huntington Students, Parents, and Community Members:
As I reflect on the first quarter of the school year, many things come to mind. To start, there was the unparalleled eagerness among students and staff as we commenced the 2011-2012 school year. It appears that the excitement continues as classes delve further into their respective […]

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