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Back to School Tips, Exciting Entertainment, News & More in August 24th's Newsletter!

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This Week's News, Best Events & More for Long Island
August 24th, 2012
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Fatfish Wine Bar
& Bistro

 
If you're looking to enjoy an amazing meal as you wind down the summer this weekend, then head over to Fatfish Bar & Bistro of Bay Shore for a savory seafood delight you won't soon forget.

Thier menu boasts many decadent choices including lobster, oysters, clams, mussels, and an almost unlimited menu of tapas & drink specials!

Celebrate the Season's End in style, and head out to Fatfish for a mouthwatering meal you won't soon forget.


For more info,
please visit their website
or call 631-666-2899
Dear Long Islander,

 

The last week of summer is often a time of bittersweetness - wrapped in with the excitement of returning to school, and a new season starting is a case of the blues as we realize that the summer season is coming to an end. But not to worry - there are plenty of exciting End of Summer Celebratings, as well as Back to School activities that will surely keep everyone busy through September. If you're looking for a great way to say goodbye to Summertime, then make sure to check out our Events Calendar, for the hottest happenings this weekend, and beyond! Don't forget, next weekend is Labor Day Weekend, so you'll want to plan ahead to get the most out of your 3 Days of relaxation before school starts back up. So, while you're planning to get in gear for the Fall, don't forget to get a head start on enjoying the weekends too!

La Tavola of Sayville
Stop By to Enjoy The End of Summer Clam Bake This Sunday!
If you're looking for a fun way to say goodbye to summer this weekend, then you won't want to miss La Tavola's End of Summer Clam Bake happening this Sunday evening starting at 5PM. This savory Summer feat will include clams, mussels, lobster, and  fresh corn on the cop & potatoes for only $24.95 per person - a true bargain for seafood lovers. There will be live music from 5-8PM, and to add to the excitement, there will be door prizes and drink specials throughout the evening. Reservations are required for this event, so make sure to give La Tavola a call today and have them save you a seat! (Please note: There is a Rain Date of September 12th).
For more information, please visit their website, or call 631-750-6900.
Hot Off the Presses
Getting Organized for the First Day of School

Don't Miss Our Back to School Guide to Start the Year Off Right!
With the start of school, families face new challenges.  School bells ring, but so do early-morning alarm clocks. Get organized now for the best school year ever! These next two weeks are the perfect time to re-introduce a school year bedtime.  Begin waking late sleepers earlier and earlier-closer to the time they will need to rise when school starts.  Shopping will become an Olympic sport - there is just so much to buy. Try to prepare for tomorrow today.  Do as much in advance as possible. Lay out outfits and get the non-perishable items into the lunchboxes at night - this can help academic success as well as teaching your kids life lessons of being organized. A new school year is a fresh start for both kids and parents!  Use these ideas to prepare your home and family for the busy days ahead.

To See the Guide & Read this Article in Full on LongIsland.com, click here!
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Love N Care Pet Services
Providing Your Furry Friends With the Care The Deserve
Whether you're planning a last minute getaway this Summer, or you simply will be out of town on business, don't forget about the four legged members of your family! Love N Care Pet Services have been providing Long Island families with top quality in-home pet sitting, walking, house training classes, and more for over ten years. Serving both Nassau & Suffolk County, Love N Care makes it simple and convenient for pet owners to have a worry and stress-free trip, knowing their pets are in good hands. Need a pet sitter or trainer now? Mention hearing about Love N Care on LongIsland.com, and save 10% on Pet Services!
For more information, please visit their website, or call 516-659-5733 or 631-422-1904.
 
This Week's Best Long Island Events 
Long Island Motocross 4th Annual X-Clusive Pro Race & Autism Fundraiser
This Saturday & Sunday, if you're looking to enjoy exhilarating, actioned packed motocross, then you won't want to miss the LI Motocross 4th Annual X-Clusive Pro Race, which is rainging money for Autism Charities. Entering the race is $35, and watching the action is $30. The event has two different locations, so be sure to check the Event Listing. There will also be tons of other exciting things going on throughout the weekend, so don't miss out!
 
52nd Annual Scottish Festival
This Saturday & Sunday, head out to the Old Westbury Gardens to enjoy a day filled with family fun, games, food, traditional Scottish entertainment, and of course plenty of Scottish Heritage! With exciting activities and performances happening all day long, you won't want to miss this outdoor festival. Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for seniors, and $7 for kids - bring the whole family!

The Smithtown Township Art Council Presents: Jazz in the Living Room
This Friday evening from 7-9:30PM, join the Smithtown Township Arts Council as they present Jazz in the Living Room at the Mills Pond House, an interactive musical event that welcomes all musicians, and listeners. It's $5 to participate - and this event is happening again on September 28th, October 26th, and November 16th. If you've got a passion for music, make sure to not miss this one!

Kings Park Farmer's Market
This Sunday from 9AM - 2PM, head out to the municiple lot next to the Kings Park Library for the Kings Park Farmer's Market, which is packed with the best local produce, meats, wines, cheeses, baked goods, and more! This Farmer's Market will be happening every Sunday through November 18th, so if you're looking to plan an amazing meal, skip the store and head over to the Farmer's Market before winter sets in!


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