Hewlett residents invited to popular holiday event

November 22, 2017 by  

The 28th Annual Long Island Festival of Trees, benefiting the Cerebral Palsy Association of Nassau County, takes place in just a few days

The popular three-day event begins again with [Read more]

Local science center plans spooky event for Hewlett residents

October 10, 2017 by  

Spooky Fest is an outdoor Halloween celebration that will offer family-appropriate spooky attractions and more.

The Center for [Read more]

Hewlett public school programs to be supported by fair

September 9, 2017 by  

The sixth annual Arts Below Sunrise S.T.E.A.M Fest, a family event that helps to provide funding for local school enrichment programs, is on the [Read more]

Solution found for bored poolside Hewlett parents

August 17, 2017 by  

A free source of entertainment is now available in the Hewlett area for anyone that wants to enjoy a little quiet time.

Since it is not unusual for [Read more]

Slumber parties going to the birds

July 5, 2017 by  

The Long Island Aquarium is offering a unique opportunity for families later this month.

Hewlett families should get [Read more]

Community garden passes valuable skills to new generation

June 7, 2017 by  

Hewlett-Woodmere students are discovering methods of sustainability.

The students at Hewlett-Woodmere helped to plant a garden [Read more]

Long Island residents to take a step back in time

May 4, 2017 by  

This month, those in and around Hewlett are invited to Old Bethpage Village Restoration to experience the excitement of attending a 19th-Century women’s rights rally.

Old Bethpage Village Restoration is a unique historic area that allows visitors to get a glimpse into the life of the everyday American in the mid-19th Century. The village is a collection of relocated and restored homes set together in a beautiful 200-acre park made to mimic the look of an 1860s village.

On May 14, the living museum will host its own Mother’s Day parade and reenact a rally. The event will take place from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM and will include the rally, speeches and a parade all in keeping with the suffrage theme. The onsite auditorium will also hold a performance of ‘Suffrage and Courage – a 20th Century Tale of Women’s Quest for Equality’.

Visitors can visit the village homes and watch women make candles, see pottery being crafted or check out what the blacksmith is making. The active village has era-appropriate food on site, farm animals, and much more.

All activities for the special day, which will no doubt be supported with brochure printing, are covered under the museum’s admission fees. Adult tickets are $12 and children under 12, seniors and volunteer firefighters pay only $8. Old Bethpage Village Restoration is at 133 Round Swamp Road in Bethpage. Call (516) 572-8400 for more information about the event.

Respected local veteran given new home

March 10, 2017 by  

Jessica Lopez is now enjoying a comfortable new home in Roosevelt, just a few miles from Hewlett, thanks to the generosity of a team of individuals and organizations.

Lopez made many [Read more]

Hewlett-Woodmere School District named among best in the country

February 7, 2017 by  

Hewlett parents can rejoice in knowing that their children are attending what is considered to be one of the top 50 school districts in the United States.

Niche.com, an online company that [Read more]

Local high school student reaches semi-final for prestigious science award

January 10, 2017 by  

Hewlett High School student Matthew Raymond Perkins has gone through to the semi-finals of the Regeneron 2017 Science Talent Search.

Chosen from around 1,700 applications, 300 semifinalists will [Read more]

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