December 30, 2016 by Max
There are many beaches around Long Island, and a call has gone out to East Northport residents to do their part to help keep their local beach clean.
The Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation will be organizing a cleanup of Crab Meadow Beach in Huntington. Those who come out will pick up trash and other marine debris, which will be bagged up and removed for disposal. It is suggested that heavy gloves, sturdy shoes, and warm clothes be worn by the participants.
The cleanup efforts are part of the organization’s larger goal of protecting the area’s marine ecosystems. Garbage and other debris that winds up on a beach can be harmful to ocean life such as fish, birds, and sea turtles, so by lending a hand, the participants will be helping to protect wildlife. Poster printing can be put to use by an organization such as this to create promotional materials the let the public know what they can do to help their local ocean areas.
The organizers of the event are hoping that there will be a good turnout, as the more people who help, the more effective it will be. It is scheduled for January 7th at Crab Meadow beach, which is located in Huntington. More information and an opportunity to sign up can be found on the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation’s website. Those interested can also call 631-369-9840 or email email@example.com for further details.
November 28, 2016 by Max
Those who are interested in adding a new furry member to the family this holiday season are invited to an event in the East Northport area that will give them a chance to find a new pet.
Commack’s PETCO will be hosting the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons, Inc. (ARF) cat and dog adoption expo. Both canines and felines that are in need of forever homes will be on hand to meet the public and hopefully find their perfect match. All of them will be microchipped, neutered, and will have received their scheduled vaccinations. Those who already have a dog and are considering adding another one to their household is asked to bring their current pet along so that it can be introduced to the potential newcomer. Brochures that provide more information about pet care and vaccination schedules can be supplied to each person who plans on rehoming an animal during an event such as this
The organization’s regular adoption fees will apply during the event.
The expo will take place this Saturday, December 3 from 11:00 am until 4:00 pm at the PETCO, located at 30 Veterans Memorial Highway. Anyone who is interested in in finding out more about the adoption process and fees, or the cats and dogs looking for new homes, can do so by visiting the ARF website.
October 28, 2016 by Sarah
Paying for their child’s higher education can be a concern for many families, and an upcoming seminar planned for the East Northport Area will give them tips and other information they can use to demystify the process and make it [Read more]
September 28, 2016 by Lisa
Vendors of all kinds will be on hand for the Keep Pluggin’s annual fall video game event. Attendees will have a chance to browse through all sort of video games, as well as related art and collectables. Along with this, there will be tournament playing on a huge 60-inch screen, while those who would prefer something smaller can enjoy free play on the many consoles that will be set up throughout the venue. People are welcome to come dressed in a cosplay costume if they wish.
Vendor spaces are available for anyone who would be interested in setting one up for the event. Its organizers urge those who are considering taking part to contact them at Ben@keeppluggin.com as soon as possible. A business card printing company can be called upon to produce business cards and other promotional items for vendors to hand out to those who stop by their display.
The Keep Pluggin’ video game event will be held on November 5 from 10:00 am until 6:00 pm at 109 Browns Road in Huntington. Tickets start at $12 for adults and $6 for those 10 and under.
More information and a link to purchase tickets can be found on the event’s Facebook page.
August 25, 2016 by Lisa
The end of summer in the area will be marked with the annual East Northport Festival.
The celebration will see a variety of activities and entertainment in John Walsh Park. There will be food, live music provided by The Crooked Rail, a beer and wine garden, a huge farmers’ market, games, a midway, and televised sports. Along with all of this, local merchants will be offering special discounts and sidewalk sales. A company that produces promotional drinkware can create special pieces for use in the wine and beer tents that are often set up during community celebrations such as this.
Car buffs will be able to enjoy the classic and modern cars on display during the East Northport Fire Department’s Car Show, and for the kids, a variety of costumed characters will be strolling throughout the crowd and providing entertainment for the children. There will also be magic shows, craft vendors, and various exhibits set up for the festival.
The celebration has been planned for September 9, 10, and 11 in John Walsh Park. There is no charge to attend, and tickets for the midway, which will be family friendly, can be purchased on site, with a special discount being offered for the Friday evening.
Those who would like to find out more about the East Northport Festival can do so by visiting its website for further details.
July 20, 2016 by Max
Upgrades are planned for the local power generating station that will help to protect the marine ecosystem of the coastline off [Read more]
June 29, 2016 by Lisa
East Northport residents are invited to join in the fun during this year’s Great Cow Harbor Day weekend.
The event will mark the end of the summer season, and kicks off with [Read more]
May 23, 2016 by James
A new coffee shop has opened its doors in East Northport, and it offers more than just java.
Timothy’s World Coffee has combined forces with [Read more]
April 24, 2016 by Max
March 12, 2016 by Lisa
An local business recently held a successful event to help veterans who have fallen on hard times.
Westy Self Storage hosted a [Read more]