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Anti-Valentine's Day: Ways for Singles to Have Fun on February 14th

Whether you are single or just find Valentine's Day to be an antiquated holiday, there is fun to be had without mushy cards or flowers.

Valentine's Date Night Ideas for Dining and Dancing the Night Away

Treat yourself to a night of dinner and dancing, or ramp it up to an energized night of line dancing!

Renew Your Love Life with Flirty and Fun Singles Events

It's a new year, so why not try a new angle on finding that special someone by heading to a singles event near you?

Farmers' Markets Where Winter's Bounty Steps Up to Bat

Don't think that the farmers' market season is over - it is still buzzing with delicious winter squashes, potatoes, root veggies, and even greenhouse-grown goodies!

Say Yes to the Dress, the Venue, and More at LI's 2016 Winter Wedding Expos

Plan out your wedding at the biggest winter wedding expos and bridal showcases on Long Island!

Where to Run, Walk, or Hike Your Way Toward Keeping Your Resolutions

Start 2016 off on the right foot at an outdoor event where you can meet new people and go for a hike, walk, or run!

LI's Best Early New Year's Eve Parties for Kids

Let your little ones party too at these early New Year's Eve events filled with pizza, dancing, and fun!

Sweeten Your Holidays with Cookie Walks and Gingerbread Houses

If you don't have time to bake desserts yourself at home, grab some tasty pre-made goods while supporting a good cause!

Tis the Season for Fun: LI's Upcoming Holiday Parades!

The holiday season is in full swing, and although we're almost half way through December, there's still time to catch a Christmas Parade right here on Long Island!

Share Pancakes with St. Nick at the Best Santa Brunches of 2015

Enjoy a tasty brunch and a picture with Santa to support local not-for-profits!

LongIsland.com’s 2016 New Year’s Entertainment Guide: Fun Events & Things to Do to Celebrate on LI!

The end of the year can be bittersweet, but we have loads of entertainment to get you pumped and excited for the start of a New Year!

Outdoor Events to Work Off Your Turkey Dinner

Don't feel bad about overeating for Thanksgiving - just get outside and start walking off the pounds!

Usher in a Happy Chanukah with Local Menorah Lightings

Celebrate the festival of lights with your neighbors for each of the 8 nights of Chanukah!

Show Love for Your Community and Shop Small for Small Business Saturday

Give back to your community by investing in its small companies - especially on November 28th when we celebrate small businesses!

Super Cool Winter Break Camp Programs for Your Young Learner

Keep your kids active and learning during the holiday break by attending a camp or a fun educational workshop!

Earn Your Turkey By Racing in the Top Turkey Trots of 2015

Take a run with family and friends on Thanksgiving morning to support local non-profits and your own health!

Cut Down on Candy at Halloween Candy Buy Back Events

Donate your candy to a good cause, and make a few bucks in the process!

Neighborhood Rummage Sales and Tips for Great Deals

Make rummage sale deals even more worth your while by shopping smart and picking out the best items.

Horseability Haunted Hay Barn Ready to Scare Those Entering Its Horse Stables This Halloween Season!

Coming back for its second season, Horseability Haunted Hay Barn is ready to horrify and scare those who dare to enter the horse stables this Halloween season!

Fangtastic Fun: Check Out These Safe Trick-Or-Treat Events!

Don't worry about getting goosebumps this Halloween from letting your kids go Trick-or-Treating alone. There are many LI events for your young goblins this October.
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