Murray Hill celebration to showcase three foodie favourites

December 11, 2018 by  

Chocolate, whiskey, and wine are many people’s perfect combination, and an event featuring all three will be taking place near Murray Hill, offering a decadent experience for those who are [Read more]

New year, new career for Melville residents

December 11, 2018 by  

The Long Island Career Fair is back this month, with more local employers that want to meet in-person with potential candidates.

The career fair will include the hiring teams from some of the most desirable workplaces in the area. Prospective employees do not need to schedule an appointment to sit down and talk to any of the employers at the fair. It is a convenient way to have multiple interviews in one day without the worry of traveling to each location. Employees may plan to stay for the full event to enable as many conversations with employers as possible.

The organizers suggest that everyone should dress professionally for the occasion and take plenty of business cards and résumés to leave with any companies of interest. The organizations attending the career fair are not in attendance just to meet future interviewees; each has opportunities open, many with multiple job openings, and are ready to hire the right person.

There is no fee to attend the Long Island Career Fair, which takes place this Thursday, December 13, from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. The event will take place at the Melville Marriott at 1350 Walt Whitman Road in Melville. The organizers of the job fair would like an accurate advance count of those that plan to attend the event, so it is suggested to register in advance at the Eventbrite website to receive a free Job Seeker VIP Pass.

Bellerose area celebrates a creepier Christmas

December 11, 2018 by  

For an alternative to the ‘all is merry and brightness’ of the holidays, there will be a more sinister side of the season with two days of the haunted attraction Krampus Krismas. This attraction is [Read more]

Seed swap suggested for savvy Glen Cove gardeners

December 8, 2018 by  

As many thrifty gardeners know, saving and sharing seeds can be an inexpensive way to add to their plant collections. This is the spirit behind an event planned for the Glen Cove library, and anyone from the local area with an interest in [Read more]

East Northport workshop on offer for the landscape industry

December 8, 2018 by  

Owning and operating a landscaping company can come with its own set of challenges. During an East Northport seminar, those who work in the industry will be able to discover actionable ways they can help their business to [Read more]

Holiday concert comes to Mt. Kisco for anniversary celebration

December 6, 2018 by  

The Holiday Benefit Concert will soon be performed by The Chappaqua Orchestra later this month at the Mt. Kisco Country Club. The orchestra is celebrating its 60th anniversary season.

Along with [Read more]

Farmingdale children can meet Santa

December 5, 2018 by  

The upcoming Christmas Pajama Jam is to be an afternoon of holiday activities and fun for children and families.

All children should [Read more]

Buffalo stars in new children’s book

December 4, 2018 by  

The Buffalo Heritage Press just released a new children’s book about all the things to do in the city. “Buffalo From A to Z: Come Take a Tour With Me” launched at Parkside Candies.

The book is [Read more]

Shoppers can park for free in Bay Shore

December 4, 2018 by  

Just in time for the holidays, Bay Shore is letting people park without paying.

Angie Carpenter, the [Read more]

Brighton Beach to celebrate National School Counseling Week

December 3, 2018 by  

A professional development opportunity to be held near Brighton Beach will bring counselors together from throughout the local area to network, learn, and show appreciation to one another for the [Read more]

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