Thursday, 26 December 2013 00:00
New Year's Eve "Bowling Ball" - December 31
Wrestling Tournament - January 4
Substance Abuse Coalition - January 7
On Friday, Dec. 27, join host Lori Palminteri for open mic night at Governor’s of Levittown. Tickets are $12 and are availabe online. Admission is 18 and up. Doors open at 9:45 p.m
For anyone looking to participate call Governors at 516-731-3358. Comics get seven minutesof stage time and are required to bring six paying customers. Acts should be kept relatively clean and original. To participate call Governor’s a 516-731-3358.
On Dec. 31, celebrate New Year’s Eve at the South Levittown Lanes, located at 56 Tanners Lane. Come between 5-8 p.m., for the Twilight family party for $145 per lane or come between 9:30-12:30 a.m., for the Moonlight family party for $170 per lane. The events include three hours of unlimited “rock n’ glow” bownling, free rental shoes, a buffet, party favors and prizes. Lanes must be paid in full by Dec. 15. For more information or to reserve a lane, call 516-731-5700.
HAPPY NEW YEAR 2014
The Island Trees Middle School, located at 45 South Wantagh Ave. in Levittown, will host the Ted Peterson Varsity Wrestling Tournament on Saturday, Jan. 4. For more information on the event call 516-520-2136.
Students in the Levittown and Island Trees school districts will be returning to school on Jan. 6, 2014.
On Jan. 7, the Island Trees School District will hold a substance abuse coaltion meeting at Stokes Elementary School, located at 101 Owl Place in Levittown. The event starts at 3:30 p.m. For more information call 516-520-2103.
On Jan. 10, join the Wisdom Lane Middle Schoolers for their upcoming musical production starting at 7:30 p.m.
Postponed due to inclement weather in December, the Levittown Property Owners Association will hold its elections on Jan. 14, at the Levittown Public Library, Bluegrass entrance. The elections will determine who will succeed former LPOA President Jim Morrow and Vice President Andy Booth, who are stepping down after 43 years.
Starting on Jan. 16, YES Community Counseling Center will be conducting a six-week Active Parenting program for parents with elementary school age children at their offices, located at 152 Center Lane in Levittown, from 7:00pm – 8:30pm
If you were faced with the responsibility for designing and building a home, would you consult a builder? Before piloting a plane, would you want to take flying lessons? Would you seek medical training before attempting heart surgery?
If the answers seem obvious to you, consider this: Should your skills as a parent be learned only through “trial and error”?
All the love we have for our children does not automatically make us effective parents. Parenting, like any other skill, is something we learn, and learning “on the job” can be frustrating. As parents we become confused when, after constant repetition of the same theme, children still do not respond. “Active Parenting” is perhaps the most effective program ever offered in the “how to” of raising children.
The cost of the program is $60. If you are interested in attending please contact Angela Piccininni at YES Community Counseling Center, 516-799-3203. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis.
On Jan. 19, the First Presbyterian Church of Levittown will be holding a special memorial service in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., from 4-6 p.m.474 Wantagh Avenue, Levittown, NY.
In honor of Race Relations Sunday in the Presbyterian Church USA, The First Presbyterian Church of Levittown would like invite the community to attend a Martin Luther King Memorial Service honoring the legacy of preacher and civil rights activist, Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This ecumenical and interfaith service will feature local gospel choirs and clergy speakers from the area. Please contact the church for more information (516) 731-3808. A freewill offering will be accepted.
Friday, 19 September 2014 08:29
A group of Levittown parents are voicing their concerns with letting their children walk to school, since it would mean they would continue to cross Hempstead Turnpike.
“My kid has to cross [Hempstead Tpke.] daily without a crossing guard,” said Division Avenue parent Wendy Lantigua.
For Lantigua and others, the dangers of Hempstead Turnpike became all to real after 13-year-old Brianna Soplin was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver, last June. Not to mention the fact that another 14-year-old Levittown student suffered multiple injuries after being struck in hit-and-run, last February.
Friday, 19 September 2014 08:28
Thirteen years since the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001, hundreds of residents flocked to Town Park Point Lookout, to witness a compelling new memorial tribute honoring all those who lost their lives that day.
At the center of the ceremony were two 18-foot-tall, sand-crafted tribute towers set against a 35-foot-long “Wall of Heroes” mural, which depicts the Manhattan skyline, and a reflecting pool at the base of the memorial display.
Friday, 19 September 2014 08:34
The annual One Love Long Island (OLLI) Yoga Festival takes place at the Sands Point Preserve on Sunday, Sept. 21 from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. All profits will be donated to organizations that support survivors of human trafficking, locally and globally.
The festival will unite 16 Long Island yoga studio communities in a round robin of the traditional yogic practice of 108 Sun Salutations from 9:30 a.m. to noon, whose offerings will look to create long-term and sustainable solutions to eradicate the human trafficking epidemic by raising funds and awareness for the cause.
Friday, 19 September 2014 08:33
As a fitness coach and a mother, Melissa Monteforte of Locust Valley knows how important it is to stay healthy, and how difficult it can be for women to make themselves, and their health, a priority. Wanting to help women take charge and feel more in control, she organized the Fit & Healthy Mamas Annual 5K run, now in its third year, which took place on Saturday, Sept. 13 at Eisenhower Park in East Meadow.
“I felt like running was the best outlet when I became a mother; it’s such a great way to get fit and feel healthy and I wanted to share that with other moms,” says Monteforte, 31. “I wanted women to feel celebrated, no matter their fitness level, and to put their health first.”