Waterfront Keeps Local Interest
The public has a great interest in the development of the Western Waterfront in Oyster Bay. That was evident by the number of people who came out to listen to a panel discussion presented by the Oyster Bay Civic Association, Feb. 17, at the Italian American Club.
Doing Business at the OBCA
Less than one year old and with 108 members, the Oyster Bay Civic Associatin is showing itself to be tuned into the needs of the community. At their Feb. 17 meeting they covered several nuts and bolts items on their agenda.
Play Tennis All Year Long at Bethpage State Park
This month, the Bethpage Park Tennis Center will open the first of two climate-controlled tennis bubbles that will permit year-round tennis for Long Island tennis buffs.
Fly Fishing Course Offered by State
The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation-Long Island Region, will be offering two clinics on the art of fly fishing. These indoor and outdoor workshops, conducted by the Long Island Chapter of Trout Unlimited, will concentrate on beginning and intermediate skills, casting instruction, fly-tying demonstrations and equipment displays. The schedule is as follows:
A Plan for the Future of Oyster Bay