February 27, 2008 RSS feed / Events & Calendar

Knights of Pythias install Congressman Peter King

The Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias State of New York installed Pythian Brother Congressman Peter King with the rank of Chancellor Commander of State Lodge No. 1. Grand Chancellor The Hon. More...

Farmingdale Rotary Pancake Breakfast

Oyster Bay Town Councilman Anthony D. Macagnone, right, recently attended the Farmingdale Rotary Club Pancake Breakfast. More...

Polar Bear Fundraiser to be held March 9

For the past three years, there have been reports of polar bears swimming at Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park, Beach and Marina in Oyster Bay on one chilly day in March. More...

SAMS Purim party Wed, March 12,

The Senior Adult Mitzvah Society (S.A.M.S.) sponsored by Temple Judea, a club for seniors age 55 and older, will be holding a Purim party, Wed, March 12, 12:30 to 3 p.m. The donation is $3. More...

Senior tax help

Trained AARP tax aides will be available to middle and low-income senior citizens taxpayers throughout Nassau County. More...

Massapequa extension of building moratorium approved

A six-month extension of a moratorium in certain residential areas of Massapequa has been approved by the Oyster Bay Town Board, according to Town Supervisor John Venditto. More...

FMA tour to take place June 17-29

The fraternal Military Association of USA will tour the Normandy Invasion Beaches, London, Paris, Bastogne, Brussels, Amsterdam and more June 17 to 29. The group will leave from JFK airport. More...

Massapequa Coin Club to meet March 1

On Sat., March 1, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Massapequa Coin Club will hold its annual coin, currency and collectibles show at the Elk's Lodge #2162, 2162 Veterans Blvd., Massapequa. Admission is free. There will be exhibits on display and door prizes. More...

Women's History Month presentation to be held March 2

The Farmingdale-Bethpage Historical Society will note Women's History Month at its meeting Sun., March 2, when Dr. Natalie A. Naylor will present Surviving the Ordeal: Long Island Women During the American Revolution. More...

Rebuilding Together meets March 5

The next meeting of Rebuilding Together, LI will be held Wed., March 5, 7:30 p.m. at Maria Regina Church in Massapequa on Jerusalem Avenue just west of Route 107/Hicksville Road. More...

Bellmore K of C to hold dinner dance March 15

The Bellmore Knights of Columbus will hold its annual St. Patrick's Day dinner dance, Sat. March 15, 8 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. More...

POST CALENDAR OF EVENTS

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: THURSDAY, February 28 •Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting: 8 p.m., Simpson Methodist Church, 30 Locust Ave., Amityville. Open meeting. More...

Girl Scouts hold successful Blood Drive

Two Girl Scouts from Massapequa GETS Troop 2384, Marissa Accordino and Joan Stanton, achieved great success with its Jan. 4 blood drive. More...

Former N.Y. Met Ed Kranepool to be honored at Hagedorn School Dinner

Ed Kranepool, the legendary number seven Mets first baseman, will be honored Tues., Oct. More...

Bellmore Jewish Center Installs New Officers

The Bellmore Jewish Center recently held an installation ceremony during a Saturday morning service and a luncheon to honor officers and trustees who faithfully served for one or more years and to install new leadership for 2008. More...

Public invited to meeting on RR museum this evening

The public is invited to participate in a meeting to further a community vision of the Oyster Bay Railroad Museum. The meeting is tonight, Wed., Feb. 27 at the Doubleday Babcock Senior Center, 45 East Main Street from 7 to 9 p.m. More...

St. Patrick's Day Dance to be held March 15

Massapequa Post #1066 of the American Legion will be holding a St. Patrick's Day dance, Sat. March 15, 8 p.m. to midnight. Performing will be Columbus Circle, Inishfree Irish Dancers, and bagpipers. There will be an open bar and good craic. More...

Brochure on TOB Animal Shelter Available

If you've been thinking about adding a four-legged friend to your family, the Town of Oyster Bay Animal Shelter has kittens, puppies, dogs and cats all waiting for a home, according to Town Councilman Anthony D. Macagnone. More...

Stop World Hunger, Inc. announces spring 2008 tennis events

Stop World Hunger, Inc. has announced its schedule of tennis events for the spring. This is the 28th year of tennis programs to stop hunger on the local and international levels. More...

Free Food for those in need

The Commodity Supplemental Food Program/FAN (funded by USDA, NYSDOH) is offering free food for seniors age 60 and over who are income eligible. More...

Nassau County Police Academy to hold blood drive Feb. 29

Nassau County Police Commissioner Lawrence W. Mulvey is asking residents to donate blood on Feb. 29th at the Nassau County Police Academy Blood Drive. The blood drive is being held in conjunction with Long Island Blood Services on Fri. Feb. More...

St. David's Lutheran Church promotes hunger awareness

Each February the excitement about the Super Bowl builds, this year more than ever. The New York Giants were playing the undefeated New England Patriots and won the right to be called true champions. For the past 34 years, St. More...

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