Throughout the month of October, there are tons thrilling events that celebrate the most frightening holiday of all, Halloween. So, to help you figure out how to best spend Halloween in New York, we’ve compiled a list of some of the marquee parties and haunted houses that you can’t miss. Just make sure your costume is all set and ready to go!
Sometimes, the same old routine of going out to bars or clubs with friends can get a bit repetitive and you’ll find yourself searching for better options. However, as the weather gets colder, your choices become more limited. That’s why you need to try something new and refreshing like a paint nite! The basic idea is that you go to these art studios with a date or friends and learn to paint while enjoying delicious wine the entire time!
This Tuesday, on the 4th of July, we come together as a nation to celebrate 241 years of independence in America. With everyone off from work and schools out, there will be plenty of fun, patriotic events for the whole family. No matter what, you always have to make sure that you check out a fireworks show. Here are a few events where 4th of July fireworks will be on full display.
It doesn’t get much better, or more picturesque, than springtime on Long Island! With winter behind us and summer just a few months away, the weather is perfectly balanced to accommodate a ton of fun events and festivities. Make the most of this season by checking out these spring activities with your family.
2017 is only a few days away. That means it’s time to start seriously thinking about your plans for the big night. Luckily, we’ve compiled a list of great events so you can experience New Year’s Eve Long Island style.
Everyone knows that the real holiday fun comes from all the events and get-togethers that happen throughout the month of December. Luckily, the towns around us have some of the best events running. Here are all the great ways that you can spend the holidays in New York.
The month of December is full of fun, family-friendly activities to get you in the holiday spirit. One of the season’s most cheerful festivities is a Christmas concert. Tired of hearing the same Christmas songs on the radio? Come out to one of these events and see holiday ballads done the right way: live.
On October 10, we celebrate 524 years since Christopher Columbus first discovered the New World. Most folks relish the holiday as a day off from work or school. Luckily, we’re compiled a list of events and activities happening this Columbus Day weekend on Long Island.
Always the last weekend of August, the Long Island Seafood Festival will take place this year on Saturday and Sunday, August 27th-28th. This year, the festival turns 25 as it’s held on the grounds of the Long Island Maritime Museum in West Sayville. Everywhere you look, there will be vendors, live music, arts & crafts, games, and all the fresh seafood that you could ever dream of. Bring your friends, bring your family, bring anyone you know and head on out to the Long Island Seafood Festival the last weekend in August.
A summertime essential for New Yorkers and especially Long Islanders is to catch one of the many Jones Beach concerts that take place all summer long at Nikon at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh. With as many shows and artists as they host, there is sure to be a concert that fits just about anyone’s musical interests. Jones Beach concerts are the perfect summer activity for the whole family, a night out with friends, or even a date night.