Huntington Opportunity Resource Center in Partnership with St. Joseph’s College presents “Getting Organized for Everyday People”
This FREE workshop will take place on Wednesday, September 23, 2015 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm at 1268 New York Avenue, Huntington Station, NY. This workshop is designed to take you through some of the different processes of streamlining your life. You will be introduced to concepts, resources and techniques that will assist you in successfully getting organized. To register or for more information, call 385-2305.
36th Annual Pickle Festival - Saturday, September 19, 2015 from 10a.m. - 4p.m. at John Gardiner Farm (900 Park Avenue, Huntington)
Come celebrate Cow Harbor Weekend in Northport Village, September 19-20, 2015! Cow Harbor Weekend is a celebration of the Northport Community. It kicks off with The Great Cow Harbor Race, a 10 kilometer run which starts at 8:30 am on Saturday, September 19. Go to www.cowharborrace.com for more information.
On Saturday evening there will be live music at the Band shell and the Lighted Boat Display at the Village Dock. On Sunday is the Cow Harbor Day parade which starts at noon and heads down Main Street. There is more live music, food, sidewalk sales, arts and crafts and waterfront activities throughout the day. For more information, go to www.cowharbor.org
Huntington Awareness Day - "Unity in the Community" Parade and Fair wil take place this Saturday, September 12th from 11 am - 5 pm. There will be food, fun and games, and attractions.
Rides will be free on Town bus system fixed routes September 21-26 and September 28-October 3.
Passengers will be able to ride the Town of Huntington’s HART buses for free during two weeks later this month, a move Town officials hope will encourage residents to consider HART as an alternative to driving their own cars to work or shop. From Monday, September 21 through Saturday, September 26, and again from Monday, September 28 through Saturday, October 3, there will be no fare charged on HART’s fixed route buses. The promotion is being held in coordination with International Car Free Day on September 22. That is an annual event celebrated in over 1,500 cities in 40 countries during which people are encouraged to get around without cars and instead use alternate transportation such as transit, biking or carpooling.
Locally, Car Free Day Long Island will be celebrated for the third consecutive year under the auspices of Transit Solutions and 511NYRideshare, who are partnering with the Town in presenting the Fare Free Weeks. The goal of the promotion is to increase ridership on HART (Huntington Area Rapid Transit), the only town-operated bus system on Long Island. HART, which has been operating since 1978, revised its routes in January 2013 to adapt to changing demand, improve service and reduce waiting times. This year, HART upgraded its fleet, putting 15 new vehicles into service, including seven 20-passenger clean diesel buses that provide easier maneuverability, greater fuel efficiency and easier passenger access than the 29-passenger vehicles they replaced. HART also has three hybrid buses that are part of the fixed-route service.
Fare Free Weeks was authorized by a Town Board resolution that passed unanimously at the July 14 Town Board meeting. The resolution noted that the Town would seek sponsorships to offset the lost passenger revenue. Organizations that have agreed to become Fare Free Weeks sponsors are: Covanta Energy; Stop & Shop; Target; The Paramount; Renaissance Downtowns; Clever Devices; the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce; and the Huntington Station Business Improvement District. The free rides are available only on fixed route service. Paratransit is unaffected by the promotion. For details on routes and schedules, riders can visit the HART Bus page. See more at:
The Greenlawn Firemen’s Parade and Festival kicks-off TONIGHT - Thursday, September 3rd at 7pm.
Looking for something fun to do?
Check out the Sunflower Maze at Manor Farm in Huntington! It is open daily from 8am to 8pm.
Save the Date for the East Northport Chamber's Annual Festival, September 11-13 at John Walsh Park in East Northport.
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Tonight is the last chance of the summer to experience the Northport Village Family Night –Tuesday, August 25th.
Lots of classic cars, good food and great musical entertainment.
6:30PM to 9:30PM
See below for more info…
For our last movie of the summer, we will be heading to Peter Nelson Park in Huntington Station (located next to Stimson Middle School on Oakwood Road) on Monday, August 17th for the winner of the “Vote For Your Favorite Movie” – Walt Disney’s MALEFICENT (Rated PG).
Disney’s Maleficent is about a vengeful fairy who is driven to curse an infant princess, only to discover that the child may be the one person who can restore peace to their troubled land.
Pack up a picnic supper, blankets and lawn chairs and enjoy the final installment of this summer’s outdoor movie series. Thanks to Bethpage Federal Credit Union, Jonathan’s Ristorante of Huntington Village and LaCasa at Crab Meadow Beach for co-sponsoring this year’s line-up.
MALEFICENT will begin at darkness (approx. 8:30pm).
In the event of inclement weather, the movie will be held indoors at the ELWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL Auditorium, 478 Elwood Road, Elwood and begin at 7:30 pm.
Check the website for up to date information on performances: www.HuntingtonNY.gov or call 631-351-3112.