Sayville Spring Festival 2018, April 29

Date: April 29, 2018 Time: 11:00 am The annual Sayville Spring Festival is a fun, free, family friendly event that draws around 5,000. Your business will be on full display in front of many potential new customers. Location Gillette ParkBetween Gillette and Candy AvenuesSayville, NY 11782 Website: https://greatersayvillechamber.com/

Long Island Ducks vs Southern Maryland Blue Crabs, May 4

Date: May 04, 2018 Time: 6:35 pm In ALPB, the Long Island Ducks play the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs on May 4th, 2018 at the Bethpage Ballpark. The game begins at 6:35 pm EDT. Venue Bethpage Ballpark3 Court House DriveCentral Islip, NY 11722 Website: http://liducks.com/

Long Island Career Fair in Plainview, April 16

Date: April 16, 2018 Time: 11:00 am Open the doors of opportunity when you meet and interview with hiring managers at companies ranging from small local businesses clear on up to Fortune 500 corporations This career fair will allow you to learn about the businesses that are hiring and what their hiring needs are. Tired […]

New Film ‘American Deep State’ Considers the Existence of a Deep State after 2016 U.S. Presidential Campaign

by Alex Peter ‘American Deep State’ produced by Bernie Olaf and The Strasson Group delves into possible corruption and collusion by top government officials during the 2016 U.S. presidential elections. The will of the people, alleged corruption and collusion by government officials in America’s top institutions take center stage in new film American Deep State […]

In Honor of Trees in Mastic Beach, April 7

Date: April 07, 2018 Time: 10:00 am How can you tell an oak tree, from a hickory, or a walnut? What distinguishes a cedar, from a pine, from a spruce? Early spring is great time of year to explore and enjoy the majestic trees of the William Floyd Estate. Learn about their natural history and […]

The Way To The Bay in Mastic Beach, March 31

Date: March 31, 2018 Time: 9:30 am This cultural and natural history walk will take participants on well used Floyd roads down to the Old South Bay. Along the way we will walk past fields and woods, mounds and ditches, cultural plantings and fresh water creeks. Roundtrip walk of about 3 miles, dress for weather. Venue […]

A Wild Game Gumbo That’s Stick-To-Your-Ribs Delicious

Whether it is the weather – a call out to all those who’ve experienced a snowstorm-packed winter this year; or, it’s just simply a need to have a meal that is filling with a little hot and spicy kick, gumbo is most definitely a dish to turn to. Not to mention, if you are a hunter and love bringing home those wild turkeys, after dressing and cleaning your inventory, creating this dish is the perfect way to call your hunting trip a huge success.

‘Food Exposed with Nelufar Hedayat’ Premieres March 27

AS CAPETOWN IS ABOUT TO TURN OFF THE TAPS, FUSION’S AWARD-WINNING JOURNALIST NELUFAR HEDAYAT JOINS CELEBRITY ACTIVISTS TO UNCOVER THE SHOCKING TRUTHS BEHIND THE WATER WE DRINK AND THE FOOD WE EAT IN REVELATORY NEW DOCU-SERIES

Petitions Calls for Better Conditions for Outdoor Pets

by Denise Carey-Costa New York State laws requiring adequate shelter and what conditions animals can be left outdoors in are currently very vague. Unfortunately, this leaves too many loopholes for offenders and strips the local animal control agencies the authority to act on complaints and protect suffering and neglected animals. Longtime animal advocate Stacey Cobb […]

Ronkonkoma Fire Department’s Easter Egg Hunt, March 24

Date: March 24, 2018 Time: 11:00 am The Ronkonkoma Fire Department will be hosting an Easter Egg Hunt at their location on Portion Road on Saturday, March 24th. Food, toys, prizes, games, and DJ music! Get your picture taken with the Easter Bunny! Rain Date: March 25th Location Lake Ronkonkoma Fire District Building177 Portion Rd.Ronkonkoma, […]

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