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Fun Ways to Welcome April, Local Sports, Events, News & More in March 28th's Newsletter!

Find fun ways to say goodbye to March in this week's newsletter!


This Week's News, Best Events & More for Long Island
March 28th
, 2014
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Camelot Specialty Limos

Call Camelot Limos today to reserve one of their NEW Luxury & Exotic Limousines for Prom.  

Choose from the NEW 16 pass. Mercedes SUV Limo or 10 pass. Chrysler 300 equipped with Jet Doors to guarantee you a movie star entrance. Camelot also carries Luxury Party Buses, SUV Audi, Infiniti, Navigator, Escalade and a contemporary line of luxury stretch limos.

Your chauffeur will arrive at your home in plenty of time for you to take photos and ensure you arrive home safely.

For more information,
please visit their website
 or call 516-731-5466.
Dear Long Islander,
Long Islanders were grateful to dodge a potential snowstorm midway through the week, giving hope that a long winter is finally over. Though temperatures have not been particularly spring-like over the past few days they’re due to warm up for the weekend; it is also supposed to rain as well, but at least the Island will be warm. Thankfully there’s plenty to do this weekend to take your mind off the weather: watch some college sports, take in a little tennis, head to Oyster Bay’s Polar Plunge, or stay indoors with a model train show in Bethpage and Nutrition Expo in Huntington! There’s always plenty of fun to be had on Long Island no matter the season or the weather.
Stony Brook Athletics
Get Ready for NCAA Division 1 Basketball in a New Stadium!
Stony Brook University, home of Seawolves Basketball, is excited to be opening our new 4,000 seat state of the art arena!  Stony Brook Athletics is proud to offer exciting NCAA Division I basketball in a family friendly environment.  With the Spirit of Stony Brook Pep Band, Stony Brook Dance Team, Cheerleaders, and of course everyone's favorite Mascot Wolfie, your family will instantly become fans of the Seawolves.  Our initial seating selection will be held in June so call us today to lock in your seats!  With season ticket packages starting at less than $10 per game, we guarantee you will love every minute of the action. Make sure you Get Your RED On ' Cause You're In Seawolves Country!
For more information, please visit their website or call Stony Brook at 631-632-WOLF.
Hot Off the Presses
Take a Walk in the Park without Breaking the Bank - Pick Up Your 2014 Empire Passport Today!
Empire Passports Offer Unlimited Use of Most NY State Parks! 
Long Island is home to some of the most beautiful beaches, parks and recreational facilities in nation. Nearly 20 million people visit the Island’s 20 state parks and historic sites annually where they enjoy a host of activities, including swimming, hiking, camping, golfing and exploring Long Island’s rich history. Now Long Islanders can enjoy their parks, beaches and historic sites on a budget. The pass is valid for a year and, for a one-time fee of $65, New York State is again offering residents unlimited day use vehicle entry to most of New York's State parks and recreational facilities.
Local Headlines
Daredevils Parachuting Off One World Trade Center Turn Themselves in After Trespassing Incident
E-Book Retailers to Credit Eligible Consumers, $166M Settlement for E-Book Price-Fixing Lawsuit
Twitter Page Posting Provocative Pictures of Teenagers at Parties Taken Down
Grocery Bag Fee under Consideration in an Effort to Reduce Plastic Bags in Landfill
This Week's Local News Brought to You By:
The Green Vale School Hosts Admissions Open House
Join the Green Vale School on Thursday, April 10 at 8:30 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. An 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.
This Week's Best Long Island Events 
Suffolk Theater Wedding Showcase
Tour the historical landmark theater this Sunday, March 30th as you enjoy over 30 exhibitors including The Suffolk Theater's own in-house caterer along with florists, photo booths, fine linens, vintage cars, gowns, Sparkling Pointe tastings and an exotic chocolate martini bar! Also have the opportunity to meet with the staff and other professionals who will assist in making your big day extra special. Showcase begins at 12 Noon.

2014 Tennis Festival at Long Beach Tennis Center
Head to the 2014 Tennis Festival this Sunday, March 30th from 3-5 PM. Festival will feature a sample of great summer camp programs, on-court tennis fun and prizes! Event is open to children 5 years and older. Portion of the proceeds will benefit Cure Mommy's Breast Cancer. Please register at 516-432-6060.

Model Train Show to Benefit Nassau Hurricane Recovery Fund
Support the Nassau Hurricane Recovery Fund at the Model Train Show at the Bethpage Senior Community Center this Sunday, March 30th starting at 11 AM. The show will feature a ton of exhibitors, fun hobby events, train clubs and a table of model trains! Suggested donations are as follows: $5 adults, $3 children 4-11 years old. 

Healthy Food and Nutrition Expo
Don't miss out on the Healthy Food and Nutrition Expo held at the Huntington YMCA this Saturday, March 29th from 1-5 PM. Event is in honor of National Nutrition Month and will feature interactive tables that represent each macro nutrient and cooking demos to help raise awareness and support families in making healthy choices.

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This Week's Events Brought to You By: Oyster Bay is “Freezin’ for a Reason!” The Polar Plunge on Saturday, March 29th, will be raising money for the athletes of the Special Olympics New York. Every plunger who raised at least $125 will be given an official Plunge sweatshirt to help them warm up after taking a dip, and those who raise even more money could win other great prizes! Come on out to show your support for this great event, and brave the water to help the Special Olympics. Check-in is between 10 AM and 11:30 AM and the Plunge will take place at Noon, so make certain that you arrive on time!
For More informatrion, please click here or call 631-254-1465 ext. 204

Thank you for reading - If you find this newsletter helpful, make sure to forward it to friends, relatives and fellow Long Islanders. Have a happy and safe weekend and tell 'em you read about it in the Newsletter!
The Team



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