Every year on the 4th of July, families and friends get together across the United States for picnics, barbecues and, of course, fireworks. However, there are plenty of other local events celebrating the anniversary of our country’s founding. So, without any further ado, here are some of the absolute best 4th of July events on Long Island.
Here in America, Memorial Day is observed on the last Monday in May and honors all of the fallen men and women of the U.S. military. It also happens to be the symbolic end of spring and beginning of the summer season. So, in order to properly celebrate the holiday weekend, here are some of the top Memorial Day events in our area.
Each year around this time, everyone flocks to their local movie theater in a last ditch attempt to see nominated movies before the Academy Awards airs on March 4. Use these quick summaries of a few Oscar nominees to decide which pictures are worth your time and money.
Let’s be real—you aren’t going to find better old-school family fun than you will at your local, neighborhood roller skating rink! No matter how old you are, it’s exciting to break out your old skates every once in a while, especially when your children are able to truly enjoy the classic activity. Whether you regularly lace them up or you haven’t bladed in years, here are two of the top Long Island roller skating rinks.
With the cold weather moving in, the amount of activities and events that you can enjoy on Long Island are limited. So, if you’re looking for a venue to host a birthday party, corporate team building event or just a weekend family outing, it can be tricky to find the right place… until now. Have you heard about the new craze called escape rooms? If not, here’s a full explanation along with two of the best venues to experience it on Long Island.
It’s common knowledge that Thanksgiving Eve is one of the absolute most popular bar nights of the entire year, since most people are back in their hometowns. So, for those of you looking for the perfect place to spend a fun night out, here are a few exciting Massapequa bars that won’t disappoint!
During the fall, Long Islanders are accustomed to spending their weekends at some of the best, most bountiful apple picking orchards in our area. Besides apples, many of them even have pumpkin patches and farm stands with tons of delicious seasonal treats. If you’re interested in picking some of your own apples this harvest, be sure to visit these delightful farms and orchards.
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!
It’s no secret that Long Island is home to some of New York’s finest eateries. After New York City became one of the world’s gastronomic hubs, a few extraordinarily talented chefs brought their unique visions to Long Island, bringing about a culinary revolution of sorts to the region. Towns like Bellmore are especially where you can try these places first-hand. If you’re in the area, make sure to grab a bite from one of these Bellmore restaurants.
As the summer winds down, families across Long Island will be tasked with finding other activities to enjoy until the warm, sunny weather returns. One unique option that most people don’t think of is laser tag! Although you may have only visited them for birthday parties, Long Island laser tag arenas are a fun, family-friendly activity that all ages will enjoy!