Festival Fun Includes Education
This year the Oyster Festival actually takes off on Friday, as the Waterfront
The Rotary Club of Oyster Bay Presents Oyster Festival 2001
Touted by American Express Travel as "...one of the ten best street festivals in America," the Oyster Bay Rotary Club is pleased to announce the 18th Annual Oyster Festival in the heart of the hamlet of Oyster Bay on Long Island's North Shore, to be held on October 13 and 14. At the press conference kicking off the festival, Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto praised the Rotary and its President George Meyer for "being the driving force, the soul of this year's festival." After it was announced last year that the festival might not be held this year, Rotarian Tom Reardon persuaded the Oyster Bay Rotary service club to step up to the plate and become the host of Oyster Fest 2001.
Supervisor's 5K Run Kicks Off Oyster Fest
The Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor's 5K Run kicks-off the annual Oyster Festival in the Hamlet of Oyster Bay. The 5K Race, which is open to men, women and children runners as well as wheelchair athletes, is expected to attract over 600 participants this year.
OBEN Travel Teams
The Tornadoes lost to Bethpage 3:1 after a tight game which could have gone either way. Oyster Bay dominated the game for most of the time when Samantha Smith hit the crossbar for a narrowly missed goal. Elena Albanese kept piling on the pressure and was rewarded with the Tornadoes only goal in this match.
Let's Do It!