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Fun Indoor Activities, Honoring MLK, News & More in January 17th's Newsletter!

We've made it halfway through January, but not without all sorts of ups and downs! From shockingly cold weather and snow storms, to warmer, sunny ...

 

 

 




This Week's News, Best Events & More for Long Island
January 17th
, 2013
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Rockwell's
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This February, Rockwell's Bar & Grill has tons of fun in store!

On Super Bowl Sunday they'll be celebrating with half priced apps and 2fer deals on draft beer, mixed drinks and more!

For Valentine's Day, they'll be providing the perfect setting for romance with a special holiday menu, and live music performance.

Make February a month of fun, and join Rockwell's for a great night out!

 
For more information,
please visit their website
or call 631-360-8900.
Dear Long Islander,
We've made it halfway through January, but not without all sorts of ups and downs! From shockingly cold weather and snow storms, to warmer, sunny days light today, the month thus far has been unique to say the least. This weekend we've got a fair possibility of snow or rain, however the chances to have fun are abundant! This weekend, there are a variety of great events happening, including concerts, family fun for all ages, indoor sporting group outings including a bowling for pets event, and much, much more! Don't let the cold weather fool you - there is plenty of red hot entertainment here on Long Island this weekend, and all winter long!
The Green Vale School Hosts Admissions Open House
Join the Green Vale School on Wednesday, January 29th at 9:00 AM
Recognized for academic excellence since 1923, The Green Vale School's exceptional teachers, extraordinary learning environment and careful attention to each student lead to outstanding high school and college placements. Green Vale serves families from over 35 school districts on Long Island and is the ideal choice for the most formative years of a child's life -- early childhood through middle school. Expanded financial aid program for qualified applicants is available. Can’t make the Open House?  Call for an individual campus tour.
One Visit Can Change Your Child’s Future.
For more information, please visit their website, or call 516-628-5176.
Hot Off the Presses
Long Island Honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Events & Memorials to Honor & Celebrate the Life of Dr. King
Martin Luther King, Jr. will be forever memorialized on January 20th for his contribution to the civil right movement. He is best known for his "I Have a Dream Speech" where he proclaimed  his dream for a nation where people can be judged by the content of their character and not by the color of their skin. Sadly, while still rallying for civil rights, King was assassinated in 1968. King's achievements were honored officially in 1983 where January 20th became a federal holiday; this day is close to King's birthday which is on January 15th. Over the Long Weekend, locals will be honoring the late Dr. King with a variety of events and memorials.
Local Headlines
Tugboat Hit with Large Wave Sinks, Barge Ends Up Grounded at Beach on Long Island
Hempstead Man Uses Crime Stoppers to Turn Himself in for April Home Invasion
Islip's Miracle Dog Fully Recovered, Up for Adoption
LI Awarded Over $5 Mil to Upgrade Pathways for Cyclists & Pedestrians
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Sid Jacobson JCC's Auction for Excellence
March 20th, 2014 at the Glen Oaks Club
With autism on the rise, individuals with special needs find themselves graduating school into a challenging new world where they lack the training and support to find employment. Sid Jacobson JCC’s innovative
Vocational Training and Employment Center (VTEC) was created to improve the quality of life for individuals on the Autism Spectrum and other special needs by providing an opportunity to join the workforce. VTEC is supported by funds from Sid Jacobson JCC’s Auction for Excellence, An Epicurean Event. This year’s event will be held on Thursday, March 20th at Glen Oaks Club.
To Support programs like VTEC,
please visit thier website, or call 516-484-1545.
 
This Week's Best Long Island Events 
 
Princess Breakfast at United Skates
Bring the kids down to United Skates of America this Sunday, January 19th between 9:30 & 11:00 AM for a delicious breakfast with their favorite Princesses! Enjoy a full breakfast buffet for just $20 per adult, and $15 per child. Children under 2 are free. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Please call 516-795-5474 today.

The Elvis Show at the Y Boulton Center
Come on down to the YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts for The Elvis Show! Performances will be held this Saturday, January 18th at 8 PM. The show will include music from The Hornets, Mary Lamont, Annie Mark, Bobby Volkman and The Bloodshots. Admission is $20 per ticket, all proceeds will benefit the rockCANroll organization to help those in need.

Deer Park Bark
Stop by Deer Park Bowl this Saturday, January 18th between 5 & 9 PM for the Deer Park Bowl Bowling Fundraiser. The benefit is for two non profit organizations: Pets for Vets and Fur Babies Rescue and will feature face painting, 50/50, raffle prizes, pizza specials and even dog adoptions! Tickets $20-$25.

The Wild Women of Comedy
Don't miss out on the showcase at the Dix Hills Performing Arts Center Saturday the 18th, featuring female comedians Kit Stewart and Anne LiPuma. Stewart is a seasoned comic who has performed at multiple popular venues and LiPuma has been producing shows and performing on stage in the NYC area. Tickets range from $20-$30. Please call 631-656-2148 for more information.
 
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