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Horror Trail At Spooky Walk

Clark Botanic Garden will be transformed into a haunted jungle of fright and surprises as Long Islanders gather for the Town of North Hempstead’s annual Spooky Walk. [Read more...]

Zangas Run/Walk Saturday

This Saturday, Oct. 25, the 7th Annual Tom Zangas Memorial Lung Cancer Foundation/Archangel Michael 5K/1K Run/Walk will take place at 9 a.m., at Christopher Morley ParkRun_100314A. [Read more...]

Theater Organ At Chaminade

 On Saturday, October 25th at 7 PM at Chaminade High School in Mineola, the acclaimed – and hilarious – 1923 silent movie comedy classic, Safety Last starring Harold Lloyd – one of the most popular and memorable films of the “Roaring Twenties” – will be presented with LIVE theatre organ accompaniment by nationally-acclaimed organist, Ben Model. Mr. Model, heralded as one of the country’s foremost silent film accompanists, will be performing on Chaminade’s magnificent Austin Morton Theatre Pipe Organ – the largest and only fully-operational theatre organ of its kind on Long Island. The program is a presentation of the New York Theatre Organ Society, The Nassau Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, and Chaminade High School. [Read more...]

Maksim Chmerkovskiy In Manhasset

Dancing with the Stars Maks Chmerkovskiy will be appearing at the Americana Manhasset at London Jewelers on Saturday, Oct. 25 from 1 to 5 p.m. DanceStar_102414A [Read more...]

Celeb Photographer At B&N

When photographer Deborah Feingold moved to New York City in the late 1970s, her relationship with a jazz musician led her to embrace a spirit of feingold_102414Bimprovisation in her work. Early commissions for Chet Baker and Miles Davis led to work with Rolling Stone, GQ, The New York Times and Musician Magazine among others, and indelible images of Bono, Madonna, Mick Jagger, James Brown, Prince, Tina Turner, Tom Waits, Brian Eno, Philip Glass, Joey Ramone, and Sam Rivers,to name a few. Feingold will be at the Barnes and Noble on Oct. 23 for a book talk and signing. [Read more...]

Copley Pond Restored To Glory

CopleyPond_102414AOn a blustery afternoon on Saturday, Oct. 18, residents of Munsey Park gathered at Copley Pond along with local dignitaries, village, state, county and town officials, to celebrate and enjoy the beauty of a project started and promoted by Erin Cunningham and the Munsey Park Women’s Club to revitalize the pond. [Read more...]

New PSEGLI Appointee

PSEG Long Island appointed Paul Napoli as its vice president of power markets, effective immediately. Napoli joins the Long Island team after 35 years with the Utility’s sister company, Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G). In his new role, Napoli will report to David M. Daly, who is PSEG Long Island’s President and COO. [Read more...]

Rebecca Alexander At Temple Judea

The Sisterhood of Temple Judea announces Rebecca Alexander, author of Not Fade Away, will be their guest speaker on Tuesday, October 21 at 7:30 p.m.TempleRebecca101014A [Read more...]

MWCABC 5K Walk/Run

CancerRun_100314CThe Manhasset Women’s Coalition Against Breast Cancer’s is hosting the 16th Annual 5K Family Walk/Run. The event will take place on Sunday, Oct. 26 rain or shine at Mary Jane Davies Park on Plandome Road. Registration day of the race is from 8-9:15am and the race starts at 9:30 a.m. sharp.
To register online go to www. start2finish.com and click on the  “register online now” button and select the Manhasset Women’s Coalition Against Breast Cancer Race. Online registration is available until Oct. 22.
To pre-register, download a registration form from the MWCABC website: www.manhassetbreastcancer.org.
Mail-in or online registrations received by Friday Oct. 17 will receive a t-shirt. Registrations received by Oct. 17 (mail-in) and Oct. 22 (online) are $25 for adults $15 for kids 13 and under. Day of race registration fees are $35 for adults and $25 for kids 13 and under. The awards will be given out 20 minutes after the last participant finishes the race.
All are welcome including adults, children, strollers and the physically challenged, but no bikes, scooters or roller blades are allowed.
Underwriting opportunities are available. Platinum ($500-$999) and pink ($1000 +) level donor names will appear on the t-shirt.
For more information regarding the race please contact Cathy McAree at cathynpeter@aol.com or Karen Barnes at karenbarnes@optonline.net.
Don’t forget to buy your raffle tickets for the Cash for the Cure. Only 500 tickets will be sold and three lucky winners of $10,000, $2,000, and $1000 will be chosen right before race time. Please contact Jen DeSena at 365-2693 or Laura Hull at 365-4277, Joy Sargent at 627-3266 and Whitney Godfrey to purchase your ticket by Oct. 25.
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Shelter Rock Protest At Climate March

Over fifty members of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock in Manhasset walked with over 400,000 activists at the People’s Climate March in NYC on September 21. [Read more...]