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Long Island, NY is located just minutes from Manhattan on the southeastern tip of New York State. Long Island is comprised of four counties: Kings (Brooklyn), Queens, Nassau and Suffolk. Most people only consider Nassau and Suffolk counties as part of Long Island because Brooklyn and Queens counties are basically part of the 5 boroughs of New York City. •· Long Island, NY has 26 state parks •· Long Island's picturesque coastline is 1,180 miles long •· Long Island, NY is approximately 118 miles long and 20 miles wide •· The Vanderbilt Planetarium, located in Centerport, NY is one of the largest and best-equipped in the United States (6 comments)
Oyster Bay, NY is a small community with plenty of caring people that makes Oyster Bay, NY a great place to live, work and play. Oyster Bay, NY offers plenty of volunteer opportunities for people who want to get involved in the community. Here is a list of few places where you can volunteer your time and skills. For more information, call the group you are interested in or visit their website.
- COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM (CERT) (via Nassau County). This program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in (0 comments)
JUST LISTED - A Fabulous Center Hall Colonial W/ Waterview Of Oyster Bay 195 Ivy St., Oyster Bay, NY 11771 - $765,000 Open House - Sunday, Nov. 7, 2010 - 1-3 PM
MLS # 2341951 Architectural Details Crown Moldings Built-In Bookcase Huge Formal Lr,Fdr, Eik W/Granite Countertop & Breakfast Area Fam.Rm W/Fireplace & French Door To A Wooden Deck Master Bdrm Suite W/French Door Leading To A Private Deck On The 2nd Floor Basement W/Wet Bar for entertaining Nicely Landscaped Property & A 2nd Deck Oyster Bay-East Norwich School District Convenient location Less than an hour from New York city (8 comments)
If you are looking for something fun and enjoyable to do this fall, Oyster Bay, NY has a variety of things to do. You do not have to travel far from home. As a service to Oyster Bay-East Norwich community and its neighboring villages - Brookville, Muttontown, Oyster Bay Cove, Bayville, Locust Valley, Syosset, Laurel Hollow, Centre Island and Mill Neck, here is a list of fall events for you to enjoy as residents of these towns.
EVERY Tuesday- OPEN MIKE NITE AT JACK HALYARDS AMERICAN BAR AND GRILL (formerly Fiddleheads) in Oyster Bay, NY, hosted by Mike D'Orio- featuring many local talents. Jack (0 comments)
51 Tooker Ave in Oyster Bay, NY has the most beautiful backyard in Oyster Bay - formal rose gardens and selected plantings of annuals, perennials, shrubs, and vines. The house has plenty of architectural details for old homes enthusiasts - columns, crown mouldings, wainscoting, chair railings yet feels very homey. Only few blocks to Downtown Oyster Bay, the Waterfront Center, walking distance to the beach and LIRR. Walk (1 comments)
Features and Facts MLS # 2231130 Built in 1903 50x167 sq. ft. lot Hardwood Floor Thruout Formal Living Room Formal Dining Room Architectural Details Abound Three Bedrooms Two Full Baths Full Attic big enough for two more BRs plus storage Full basement with OSE Municipal Water/Sewer Private Huge Backyard w/ Specimen Plantings Formal Rose Garden Great Location Walk to schools, shopping, beach Short Distance to LIRR Current owner (0 comments)
As a service to the residents of Oyster Bay - East Norwich community and its neighboring villages, here is a list of events and things of importance which make our community a nice place to live, work and play. I grouped them according to clubs and date of events. There are plenty of activities which make you enjoy the autumn weather and the colorful foliage.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR - ANNUAL OYSTER FESTIVAL SATURDAY, OCT. 17 AND SUNDAY, OCT. 18 - 11 AM to 6 PM
DESIGNERS' SHOWCASE ‘09 P.O. Box 252 516-624-2300 October 3 to November (2 comments)
Last Sunday, I took a break from real estate to be with 50 or so members of the Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Court Sacred Heart #370 to celebrate our 90-year anniversary. We started the day with a mass at St. Dominic Church in Oyster Bay, NY with the choir singing. The officers in their official robes joined the procession. The Rev. Msgr. James Collins Memorial Choir sang glorious music. I sang with the Choir and then joined the CDA members later for lunch at Epiphany Restaurant in Glen Cove, NY. The lunch was organized by all the living past regents (1 comments)
OPEN HOUSE: WHERE: 53 HILL DR., OYSTER BAY, NY 11771 WHEN: Sunday, Aug. 9, 2009 WHAT TIME: 1-3 pm LISTING PRICE - $539,000 COME ONE, COME ALL. AGENTS - BRING IN YOUR CUSTOMERS!
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Well maintained home in a great neighborhood in Oyster Bay, NY with mature trees and manicured lawns. This home has an open layout, eat-in kitchen with some stainless steel appliances. Beautifully landscaped property with a large patio. House is freshly painted inside and out. Hardwood floors. Convenient to all.
DIRECTION - LONG ISLAND EXPRESSWAY TO EXIT 41N, ROUTE 106N PAST ROUTE 25A ONTO PEERLESS DRIVE, (0 comments)
oyster bay: OYSTER BAY - EAST NORWICH COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD - AUGUST 2009 - 07/29/09 06:27 PM
As a service to Oyster Bay-East Norwich community, here is the OYSTER BAY - East Norwich Community Bulletin Board for August 2009 and beyond . These events and things are what make Oyster Bay - East Norwich community a nice place to live, work and play. I grouped them according to clubs and date of events. There are plenty of activities which make for an enjoyable summer days and beyond. EVERY SATURDAY - GREEN MARKET Bayville Commons, Bayville, NY 11709 (just over the bridge, to the right of the traffic light), 8:30 A.M. to 12 Noon.
CHURCH OF ST. ROCCO, Glen Cove, NY 11542 July 28th thru (0 comments)
Oyster Bay, NY is rich in culture and history. Oyster Bay is Teddy Roosevelt's hometown. Everywhere you look, there is a footprint of Teddy Roosevelt. There is a park called Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park and the elementary school is named Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School. Teddy Roosevelt had his summer white house here at Sagamore Hill in Oyster Bay Cove from 1902 to 1908. He worshiped at Christ Church in Oyster Bay. He had an office at the Moore Bldg in Oyster Bay and received phone calls at Snouder's Drug Store in Oyster Bay. He participated at the Fourth of July parade (2 comments)
oyster bay: OYSTER BAY - EAST NORWICH COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD - JUNE 2009 - 06/02/09 09:44 PM
As a service to Oyster Bay-East Norwich residents and visitors, below is a list of events and things of importance which make our community a nice place to live, work and play. They are grouped according to clubs and date of events. There are plenty of activities for an enjoyable late spring and summer days.
OYSTER BAY SUNDOWN SERIES Thursday, June 4th - LIVE MUSIC OF LOST TIME. Music of the 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s. Bandstand/Gazebo (between Town Hall and Post Office), 6 P.M. to 8 P.M. Thursday, June 11th - JAZZ FESTIVAL AT OYSTER BAY HIGH SCHOOL. Celebrate the talented student musicians of Oyster (0 comments)
oyster bay: OYSTER BAY HOMES FOR SALE - MAY 18, 2009 - 05/18/09 11:56 PM
Oyster Bay is a lovely small town full of history where residents enjoy a tree lined streets with old Victorian homes, historic landmarks and beautiful waterfront area. There are 45 homes for sale in Oyster Bay as of May 18, 2009. Since Jan. 1 to March 18, 2009, 9 homes sold in Oyster Bay. At the rate the inventory is moving, we have a 2-1/2 yrs inventory. You can get a small home in Oyster Bay for as low as 249,900 and up to almost $14, 000,000 for a big estate in Oyster Bay and several homes with prices in between. Because of (0 comments)
With the warm weather in the offing, there are plenty of interesting places to explore in Oyster Bay and its vicinity. Some of them have free admission and some charge minimal fees. Most of them are great for kids. I used to take my children when they were small to these places. Call for hours of operation and fees before venturing out.
BAILEY ARBORETUM Bayville/Feeks Lane, Lattingtown 516-571-8020 Estate setting provides a natural backdrop for a magnificent collection of trees, shrubs and plants, many exceedingly rare. Open to Nassau Country residents and guests.
Oyster Bay, NY looks like a very quiet town but from all the events that are going on, it does not seem so. Here is the list of things residents and visitors can participate and enjoy themselves. FRIENDS OF THE BAY LECTURE SERIES 2 Townsend Square (Next to Il Piatto), Oyster Bay Wednesday, April 1 at 7 pm - Discussion of the Coastal Resilience Project featuring Sarah Newkirk of the Nature Conservancy detailing the tools that can help guide decisions impacting rising sea levels and coastal hazards. Pre-registration not required, but is appreciated (922-6666 or firstname.lastname@example.org). Suggested donation of $5.
If you are interested in selling or buying a home in East Norwich, Oyster Bay, Oyster Bay Cove, Brookville, Muttontown, Syosset, Laurel Hollow, Bayville, Centre Island and Mill Neck, please contact Rosalinda Morgan, "The Rose Lady". Ph (0 comments)
FEBRUARY AS BLACK HISTORY MONTH Thursday, February 26th - Personal Stories in Honor of Black History Month. Seniors will share their personal stories, with Nick LaBella as a featured speaker. Doubleday-Babcock Senior Center, East Main St., Oyster Bay, NY, 12:30 P.M. Call in advance for luncheon reservations- 922-1770. Friday, February 27th - A Program of Remembrance and Praise (in honor of Black History Month). Hood A.M.E. Zion Church, Oyster Bay, NY (corner of South Street and Summit Street, next to State Bank of Long Island), 7 P.M.
FRIENDS OF THE BAY LECTURE SERIES 2 Townsend Square (Next to Il Piatto), Oyster Bay Wednesday, Mar. (2 comments)
oyster bay: COMMUNITY EVENTS - OYSTER BAY, NY - 01/27/09 08:10 PM
Residents of Oyster Bay enjoy the diversity of activities geared for total immersion in cultural experiences that only a small town and dedicated residents can offer. HOOD A.M.E. ZION CHURCH CELEBRATES FEBRUARY AS BLACK HISTORY MONTH Sunday, Feb. 1 - 4 pm - Consecration of Slaves' Graves at Young's Cemetery, Cove Rd., Oyster Bay Cove All other events listed below are at Hood A.M.E. Zion Church (corner of South Street and Summit Street, next to State Bank of Long Island), Oyster Bay Saturday, February 7th- Lecture/Power Point Presentation Re: Impact of Black Americans on Long Island, including Booker T. Washington, Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglas, (3 comments)
For residents and visitors of Oyster Bay and the surrounding areas who wish to attend the Christmas church service in Oyster Bay, below is a list of the church services today and tomorrow.
CATHOLIC St. Dominic's Church Anstice St., Oyster Bay Dec. 24 Family Mass in Church - 4 pm Mass in Chapel - 4 pm Mass in Church - 6 pm Carols sung by Choir - 11:30 pm Mass in Church - 12 midnight Dec. 25 Mass in Chapel - 7:30 am, 9 am Mass in Church - 10:30 am, 12 noon
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