Hearing that this year the beginning of Fleet Week would have a Tall Ships parade in honor of the War of 1812, the C.W. Post Library Association and the Oyster Bay Historical Society organized a bus trip to see the spectacle.
So, on Wednesday, May 23, 26 intrepid people got up early to get to the bus at C.W. Post’s parking lot by 6:45 a.m. It had been decided that it would be easier to go to Owl’s Head Park in Brooklyn, rather than try to get into lower Manhattan that early in the morning.
Those who boat year ’round know to take those extra precautions that come with boating during the off season. But summer adds some unique challenges: an increased number of boats, people in the water, music and activities onshore and off.
Stressors like heat, sun glare, noise, engine vibration, and the motion of the boat can produce signs and symptoms similar to those caused by ingesting alcoholic beverages. That’s because the impacts are synergistic; taken as a whole the effect is greater than the sum of each individual stressor.
Registration for the Town of Oyster Bay Summer Recreation Program is currently under way by mail.
“Now entering its 47th year, the Town of Oyster Bay Summer Recreation Program offers an exciting and affordable summer option,” according to Town Councilman Joseph Pinto. “Children between the ages of 4 and 12 are eligible to join this age-grouped program, which provides a safe, clean and stimulating atmosphere where they can enjoy themselves. Children are grouped into early childhood, 4-6; juniors, 7-8; intermediates, 9-10 and seniors, 11-12. Depending upon the children’s ages, the program offers trips, tournaments, shows and athletic events, including the 34th Annual Tobay Games.”
Dogs can be seen taking in the sun and spray on all manner of sail and powerboats these days, and adapting just fine. But boaters shouldn’t assume that because dogs can swim that their particular dog is an adequate swimmer, or that it has the good sense not to chase that sea gull over the side.
Dogs are hard-wired to chase and swimming ability varies from breed to breed. Many with low body fat, like Greyhounds, may have trouble staying afloat. Breeds with short legs and long bodies can swim, but may tire quickly. Overboard, a dog can become disoriented and suffer the same hazards from coldwater immersion as humans.
On Memorial Day weekend, Bethpage Federal Credit Union and the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, will honor the United States Navy and its 100th anniversary during this year’s Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach State Park in Wantagh, now in its eighth year.
Fans will be treated to performances from the world’s most elite military and civilian pilots including the T-6 and T-34 U.S. Navy aircrafts. There will also be a rare performance from the U.S. Air Force F22 Raptor Stealth jet fighter, known as by far the best and most expensive fighter jet in the world, with its advanced combination of stealth, speed, agility and unparalleled precision.
Wrestling coaches Jay Davis and Doug Axman were both recently honored at the Nassau County Wrestling Coaches Association Annual Awards Dinner.
The dynamic duo were recognized and honored for the second time in three years by their fellow Nassau County coaches. Coach Davis received the Nassau County Conference Coach of the Year Award. Coach Axman was the recipient of the Nassau County Ray Downey Sr. Assistant Coach of the Year Award.
The Sea Cliff Yacht Club has announced dates and registration details for the 36th Annual Around Long Island Regatta (ALIR). The summer classic sailboat race will begin on Thursday, July 26 and conclude by Sunday, July 30 with a beach party awards gala.
The ALIR combines the challenges of open ocean racing and the beauty of coastal cruising, setting a breathtaking 190-mile course from Brooklyn to Montauk, into Gardiners Bay and Long Island Sound. A workout for all the sailing skills, the race is a favorite of veteran racing captains trying to match the blistering 17-hour course record, and is also perfect for weekend cruisers who want to test the racing waters.
Join in a night of family fun at the Boys & Girls Club of OB-EN’s Third Annual Family Kickball Night. Club members, along with their family and friends, are invited to participate in this family event hosted by the club‘s parents’ council, on Friday, May 18. The event starts at 7 p.m. with registration. Refreshments will be available for purchase at an additional cost, at this time.
At 7:30 p.m., let the games begin. Club members and their guests are invited to sign up on a team and play with their family and friends. The club promises that a great time will be had by all. Parents must provide supervision for children and their guests.
For those who want to test themselves beyond the marathon distance of 26 miles, 385 yards that marks the ultimate accomplishment for most runners, the Long Island Greenbelt Trail 50 Kilometer Run is the place to do it. The Run will be held on Saturday, May 12, starting and finishing at the Greater Long Island Running Club (GLIRC) headquarters on Dupont Street in Plainview, which is about a half mile from the Sunnyside Boulevard trailhead of the Greenbelt Trail.
The East Norwich-Muttontown-Brookvilles Republican Club enjoyed their third annual bowling night on Friday, March 23 at AMF Syosset Lanes. It was a wonderful, fun-filled evening with family and friends, complete with buffet, beverages, three games of bowling, prizes and many raffles. The 50/50 raffle was won by Mary Reardon.
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