Archive for June, 2012

Happy Feet In Kings Park

Dancing with the Argentine Tango Lovers of Long Island in Russ Savatt Park at Musical Moments In Kings Park.

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Dancing In The Park

The Park was filled with music and dance last night as the Argentine Tango Lovers of Long Island took to the stage. This dancing demonstration and class was the first of its kind for Musical Moments In Kings Park, the free concert series

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Fishermen Rescued from Smithtown Waters

Breaking News from SmithtownRadio.com Two fishermen are in good health after becoming stranded in waters off the Smithtown shoreline early Saturday morning. Click Here for video and story from SmithtownRadio.com.

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Kings Park In Focus

Ralph’s Ices’ – next to Russ Savatt Park adds two new side service windows. What a great idea!

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Odds And Ends – Relish

Relish will be closed July 2nd through July 9th. To our friends at Relish – hope you have a great vacation! See our review of Relish on our Eats page.

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Shout Out – Jr Catholic Daughters of the Americas

Congratulations to Alexandra Ambrosio, the new Junior Catholic Daughters of the Americas President and to all the new officers and chair persons for 2012 – 2013. President: Alexandra Ambrosio Vice President: Brianna Booth Second Vice President: Stephanie Scro

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Angels Fundraiser A Great Success

Last night’s Angels Without Faces fundraiser was a huge success. The car show, sponsored by the East to West Classic Cars Club, Professors Diner, and Angels Without Faces, drew hundreds – cars and spectators. [continue for pictures and video]

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Meet Lefty – Our Pet Of The Week

Great News Update: Lefty has been adopted and now has a forever loving home!! Lefty is a beautiful tabby and is at the Smithtown Animal Shelter – waiting for his forever home. Lefty is a neutered male, domestic short hair, 10 to 11 month old tabby. His old owner surrendered him because they had “too [...]

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Neighbors Helping Neighbors

If you are not able to make it down to the Farmers Market this Sunday but still want to donate food to help local families in need – just drop your donations off at either the Commack or Nesconset branch of the Smithtown Library during regular library hours. The Commack branch is donating to Long [...]

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