Talk of the Town Walking Tour
The history of historic Oyster Bay comes alive with a newly produced walking tour with "something for everyone." The Oyster Bay Main Street Association has funded this new form of entertainment and education for people of all ages titled, "Talk of the Town", an audio walking tour.
OB Downtown Design Update
The Oyster Bay Main Street Design Committee, co-chaired by architect Ellen Roché and landscape architect David Lamb, has been busy with projects this summer. Most visible are the improvements to two municipal parking fields at Townsend Square and West Main Street, with both lots near completion. Pedestrian walkways, landscape gardening and new street lighting have made the parking lots popular with businesses and visitors alike who readily utilize the newly created spaces. Both projects have been a collaborative effort with the Oyster Bay Civic Association, Marie Knight president; the Oyster Bay Chamber of Commerce, John Specce, past president representing the chamber and Island Properties, LLC, Abraham Poznanski, president.
Pine Hollow Golf Benefit Raises $55,000 for DDI Programs
Nearly 100 golfers recently teed off at the Developmental Disabilities Institute's (DDI) 14th Annual Golf Classic at the Pine Hollow Country Club in East Norwich, which raised a net amount of $55,000 for the organization. The annual event supports the vital programs and services that the nonprofit, multi-site facility provides to children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Triathlon Coming to Hamlet
On Sunday, Aug. 22, our club will be cooperating with the Town of Oyster Bay Parks Department to stage the 17th annual Vytra-Tobay Triathlon in the hamlet of Oyster Bay and surrounding areas. The first wave of athletes will enter the harbor at Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park for the swim at 7:30 a.m. and the last participant should cross the finish line before 11 a.m.
A Happening Hamlet
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