Once upon a time the best ice cream in town was available on lower Main Street. Thankfully this building remains with us today.

On Wednesday night, July 30, at 7:30 p.m., you are invited to an illustrated talk on "Port Washington in Old Postcards and Photographs." Come in from the mid-summer heat and see a lively presentation by Christopher Bain, vice president of the Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society. See your town as it used to be. You'll be amazed and amused at the schools, the parades, the boats, the restaurants, the yacht clubs and much more that are gone, but not forgotten. The history of Port Washington is all around you, in the streets, buildings and shoreline that we all travel past every day.

The lecture, which is free to the public, takes place at the Port Washington Library, located at 1 Library Drive (off Main Street), Port Washington, NY. For further information, call 365-9074.

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