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.
The 15th annual Alive After Five, hosted by the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce, is Long Island’s biggest and best street fair. The event is always held on Thursdays (starting after five, as the name suggests, and runs until 9:30pm). The festival combines music, food, drink, the arts, and plenty of craft vendors for a truly memorable experience. Where else on Long Island can you attend a street fair of this magnitude? Alive After Five should definitely be your next weekday excursion.
Summer might be unofficially over but that doesn’t mean we have to shut our doors and windows and begin winter hibernation. There’s plenty of outdoor fun to still be had, including tons of fun Long Island fairs! There’s crafts, games, food and more all over the island, so don’t miss out on a great time!
On August 29 and 30, from 10 am – 7 pm, the 24th annual Long Island Seafood Festival will be held at the Long Island Maritime Museum in West Sayville. With live music, fresh seafood and craft beer, the Long Island Seafood Festival will not disappoint.
At All Island Transportation, we think it’s really important to be able to provide our customers with the latest news in local activities around the community. It’s super inconvenient that all this information is spread out so far throughout the internet—shouldn’t you be able to find everything you need about Long Island events in one place? Yes, you should, and that place is the All Island Transportation blog!
From the North Shore to the South Shore, and the Queens border to Orient Point, Long Island is full of bustling communities, each with their own unique qualities and characteristics. Many of our towns have Main Street areas, where neighbors often bump into each other while going out to dinner, picking up groceries, or grabbing a treat at Carvel or Ralph’s.