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Oyster Bay LIRR Parking

Written by Jill Nossa, Friday, 21 November 2014 00:00
With Thanksgiving and Christmas just around the corner, Long Islanders taking mass transit may find themselves caught up in the mad dash of the holiday rush. But on the Oyster Bay line, riders are lucky in that they don’t experience the same level of stress over parking as some of the busier lines do.

“The Oyster Bay station never seems to get that crowded, but we’ll see what happens during Thanksgiving holiday when a lot of people come to visit families. I don’t think I’ll have a problem commuting, though,” says Michael Miniero, an Oyster Bay resident who regularly commutes to work on the LIRR.


Library Celebrates 100th Birthday

Written by Gary Simeone, Thursday, 20 November 2014 00:00

What better way to celebrate a 100th birthday than by having a new room inauguration filled with local residents, live music and cocktails and scrumptious hors d’oeuvres. That is what happened at the Locust Valley Library Sunday evening, Nov. 9, as the community room was officially renamed the Matinecock Neighborhood Association Community Room. Proceeds from the event went to the restoration of the new room.

Speakers at the centennial celebration included Library Board of Trustees President Charles Brisbane, Library Administrative Director Kathy Smith, Locust Valley Historical Society President Herb Schierhorst and Matinecock Nation Chief Little Running Fox.


Folk Artists Celebrate Amram’s 84th Birthday

Written by Jill Nossa, Sunday, 16 November 2014 00:00

Remembering Pete Seeger

At The Tilles Center Nov. 20

On Nov. 20, at 7 p.m., producer Jason Samel of Movement Music Records in association with Love Revolution and Gold Coast Arts Center presents, “David Amram’s 84th Birthday Concert: Remembering Pete Seeger” at The Hillwood Recital Hall At Tilles Center on campus at LIU Post, 720 Northern Blvd, Brookville. Net proceeds will benefit the 501 (c)(3) Gold Coast Arts Center, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to supporting and promoting the arts through education, exhibition, performance and outreach.


Garden Club Focused On Education

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi, Saturday, 15 November 2014 00:00

The Locust Valley Garden Club earned scholarship funds at their Oct. 29 luncheon.

“It was very successful,” said President Janet Doctors of their annual Bridge and Board Game Scholarship Fundraiser. “We had over 50 people attending, more than last year, according to Bailey superintendent Michael Moran.”


Historic Markers Tell Short Stories

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi, Friday, 14 November 2014 00:00

Historical markers, the theme of George Kirchmann’s new book, made for an interesting evening recently at the Koenig Center of the Oyster Bay Historical Society. The markers put in by the Historical Society of the Massapequas (HSM) were aided in part by the Town of Oyster Bay as they have done locally in Oyster Bay.

HSM Trustee George Kirchmann has done what many other people have talked about. His new book, Signs of the Times: Massapequa’s Historical Markers, shows photographs of the marker; the building being honored; and what the site currently looks like. It tells the history of what has happened there over the past years. Oyster Bay, too, has those historic markers: one is at Raynham Hall Museum and another marks where Quaker George Fox spoke to his followers standing on Council Rock on Lake Avenue.


A Special Garden At The Waterfront

Written by Gary Simeone, Thursday, 13 November 2014 00:00

It was all about the environment late last month and early this month at the western waterfront as national storm water and rain garden expert Rusty Schmidt helped to construct a rain garden. Schmidt worked with the Town of Oyster Bay’s Environmental Resources and Parks staff along with partner agencies through a Long Island Sound Futures Fund grant on the project. Department of Environmental Resources Community Relations spokesperson Jaime Van Dyke was also involved in the project. Several civil engineers, master gardeners and local residents also came down to assist in the effort.

“It is kind of serendipity after (Superstorm) Sandy,” said Van Dyke. “The ultimate goal with these types of gardens is to filter storm water near the shore before it hits our streams and open harbors and inland we want to filter pollution before it hits our drinking water.”


Raynham Hall Hosts Halloween Hullabaloo

Written by Denise Trezza, Sunday, 09 November 2014 00:00

The pastoral lawn at Raynham Hall recently became the sight of mayhem and disorder as witches, headless horsemen and superheroes stomped, pranced and howled on the grounds, making quite the hullaballoo.

The highly orchestrated chaos was part of an annual event taking place at the historical sight, appropriately billed, the “Halloween Hullabaloo.” Kids in costume were invited to spend the afternoon painting pumpkins while waiting to have spiders, ghosts and witches painted on themselves by volunteer docent JoAnn Paulsen, “The Face Lady.”   


Clearing Up Ebola Worries

Written by Jill Nossa, Saturday, 08 November 2014 00:00

Residents have been concerned about the designation of Glen Cove Hospital as a temporary Ebola treatment center since the news broke in mid-October. Officials from the North Shore-LIJ Health System held a meeting at Glen Cove Mansion on Wednesday, Oct. 29 to dispel the rumors, clear up facts and give people a chance to have their questions answered.

About 100 people gathered for the discussion, a meeting which required an RSVP and where guests were treated to complimentary hors d’oeuvres and wine.


Halloween: Sweet Kids, Sweet Candy

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi, Friday, 07 November 2014 00:00

East Norwich did its customary “great business” giving out Halloween candy to children on Friday, Oct. 31 from about 3 to 7 p.m. As soon as the door closed and you sat down, another group would ring the bell. Children of all ages were dressed for the annual costume parading: children, teens and adults. Babies were wheeled around the blocks in their strollers to make them part of the spooky fun.

At 7 p.m., the witch in the purple velvet-peaked hat gave out her last handful of candy to a surprised youngster, and turned off the outside lights. In spite of that there was one lone ring at 8 p.m. that went unanswered.


Fallen Soldier Finally Gets His Due

Written by Jill Nossa, Thursday, 06 November 2014 00:00

On Wednesday, Oct. 29, Congressman Steve Israel presented six service medals to the family of a fallen WWII veteran, Private Gilbert Malkin, at the Oyster Bay American Legion Post 4. Private Malkin was killed in action on Feb. 10, 1945 and was never properly recognized for his service.

“Today we honor, recognize and repay a debt that has been long overdue,” said Israel.


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