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Planting Fields, KJL and Chocolate Exhibits Open Through September

Written by D.F. Karppi Friday, 11 September 2009 00:00

Events Like Pancake and Magic, Sept. 13, Enhance Exhibits at Coe Hall

Henry Joyce, Planting Fields Foundation executive director, was basking in the success of his Thursday night Strummin’ and Drummin’ event as he welcomed guests on Friday, Aug. 14 to his Chocolate Fondue & Champagne reception. “There were over 200 people here last night. It was such a family event. It was a musical and because of the muggy weather we held it in the air conditioned Visitor’s Center,” he said.

ENCA Open Forum Discusses Proposed Fields Impact on Fest

Written by D.F. Karppi Friday, 04 September 2009 00:00

Community Seeks Solution to Solve One Problem Without Creating Another

The proposal for a multisports field at Theodore Roosevelt Park is impacting the community. It takes away 73 parking spaces that are used for the recreational area. It may impact the future of the Oyster Festival. They are jockeying for the same space in the park – the large parking lot off Larrabee Avenue. Since Rotary took over running the festival, it has located the Food Court in the large TR Park lot. With from 25 to 30 non-profit groups selling food, rows of benches for visitors to sit and eat their purchases, and with a center area for sponsors who fund the infrastructure of the festival that site is important. The town also proposes to renovate Firemen’s Field which will alter the layout of the lot and will impact the Oyster Festival carnival that uses that space. If the festival loses those areas, where will they put them to retain the current fundraising opportunities for local nonprofits?

Oyster Festival 2009 Promises to Be Great Community Event

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi Friday, 04 September 2009 00:00
A perfect way to tell the story of this year’s Oyster Festival 2009 is to look at the photograph taken at the conclusion of the Oyster Festival Preview press conference on Aug. 25, and note the movers and shakers lined up along the sea wall. They are the people bringing you the 26th annual Oyster Fest, that will take place Oct. 17 and 18.

Images of Oyster Bay Available August 31

Written by D.F. Karppi Friday, 28 August 2009 00:00

OB Town Historian Documents Past of Oyster Bay Through Photographs

John Hammond, Oyster Bay town historian, has written another book featuring Oyster Bay. This one, Images of Oyster Bay, is a photographic history of the village and is a must for local residents. The book will surely be a regular source of information and pleasure as you read it, and learn about the history of this lovely area.

Oyster Fest 26 Goes High Tech October 17 and 18: Fun Returns

Written by D. F. Karppi Friday, 28 August 2009 00:00

The Western Waterfront Goes Western!

Here it comes again! The largest waterfront festival on the East Coast – with over 200,000 visitors: the 26th annual Oyster Festival to be held Oct. 17 and 18 is using the tools of the Internet – Twitter and Facebook. The fun was announced at a sneak-peek press conference on Tuesday, Aug. 25.


Town Waiting to Hear From Groups on Creating a New Field at TR Park

Written by D.F. Karppi Friday, 21 August 2009 00:00
Bob Santos of the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Athletic Association has been spearheading the search for fields needed for the many local children involved in sports. Today, added to the old standbys of football, softball and soccer, lacrosse has been added. Today, girls get the same athletic opportunities as boys – including scholarships. Additionally some sports run for more than one season, adding to the need for fields which has expanded over the years.

Work on Octagon Hotel Restoration Begins

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi Friday, 21 August 2009 00:00
Things are looking up for the Octagon Hotel – both literally and figuratively. Lou Baldino, architect for the Octagon House restoration, said he and the owner have found and hired a shoring company to brace up the whole building. “There is a lot of work going on at the first floor. The Oyster Bay Main Street Association hired an outside engineer and we are trying to implement that plan. Hopefully it will succeed. If not, we will look to replace the foundation; now we are trying to preserve it. The chances are we can re-build the building. I’m there two to three times a day. I’m the Clerk of the Works as well as the designer of the project. It will be the centerpiece of the hamlet. It will be a great anchor for the town,” he said.

FEMA: New Flood Plain Zone Maps Offer Grandfathering

Written by Gregory Druhak Friday, 14 August 2009 00:00
New Nassau County flood plain maps are coming out in September. On Thursday July 23, a meeting sponsored by Nassau County Legislator Diane Yatauro’s office along with the Village of Bayville was held at the community center on Bayville Avenue. Though sparsely attended by about a dozen residents, it was an important last-chance effort to get the word out about the FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) flood plain map changes that become effective September 11, 2009.

New Reflective Signs Make East Norwich Street Smart

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi Friday, 14 August 2009 00:00
The unincorporated village of East Norwich has new decorative street signs along its roads, lanes and coves. They are the result of the leadership of the East Norwich Civic Association and their partnership with Legislator Judy Jacobs and the Town of Oyster Bay.

East Norwich Civic Association President Matthew Meng said, “This is an example of good government working for the people for all the right reasons.”


Local Communities Come Out to Support the Wessel Family

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi Friday, 07 August 2009 00:00

East Norwich Fire Department Organizes Fundraiser for Firefighter’s Recovery

East Norwich firefighters came to the aid of one of their own on Sunday, Aug. 2. “It’s just ‘Doing what we do best;’ it’s on our logo said Firefighter Tom Bradke, co-chair of the fundraiser for East Norwich firefighter Gary Wessel, who is now recovering at Mt. Sinai rehabilitation center from the effects of a brain aneurism suffered on June 11, 2009. Brian McEvoy was the other event co-chair.

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