Friday, July 30, 2010

Kings Park Class of 1975 Celebrates its 35 year Reunion


Kings Park Class of 1975 Celebrates its 35 year Reunion this weekend

Tonight Friday 7/30 we will be at the Old Dock.
Tomorrow Saturday 7/31 we will be at The Smithtown Landing Country Club - Nissequogue Room.
Sat Night we will joining the Multi Year Reunion at Celtic Crossing.
Sunday 8/1 we will be at Callhans Beach or Hoyts Farm.


Barbequed Grilled Seafood, flank Steak. Burgers, Hot Dogs
Unlimited Beer, Wine and Soft Drinks! Cash bar for top shelf liquor

Events include: Volleyball, DJ, Karaoke and ,Swimming

Pool access (even for non-residents, will have to pay pool entrance fee as but will get resident fees will post at a later date)

Golfers interested in teeing off that morning, need to notify Jody at least a month in advance to guarantee a tee time

Admission is$65.00/person at the door. 

The multi-year reunion will be later that evening up at Celtic Crossings (formerly Teauges) on Pulaski Road.

For those who need a place to be between parties the sports bar at the Country Club will open and available to us!

Should be fun, as always look forward to seeing everyone hope we can get more people to come this year

Looking for volunteers that are "technically savvy" to send pictures that can be put onto a video or DVD that we can show through the event,

Let's all pitch in to make it special!

Thursday, July 29, 2010

The Friends of the Smithtown Library Sixth Annual Outdoor Family Summer Concert Series Continues

The Friends of the Smithtown Library Sixth Annual Outdoor Family Summer Concert Series Continues tonight's at the Smithtown Library featuring "Rod Stewart Imitator - Rick Larrimore" is scheduled and will begin at 8:00pm! A special opening act, "All Good Friends" will begin at 7:15pm. The Library advises everyone to bring folding chairs & blankets and plan on arriving early!

Thursday, July 22, 2010

2010 Family Summer Concert Series Events

The Friends of the Smithtown Library proudly announce the Sixth Annual Outdoor Family Summer Concert Series, made possible by a grant secured by Suffolk County Legislator Lynne C. Nowick. The Thursday evening programs will be held on the front lawn of The Smithtown Library beginning at

Bring your folding chairs and blankets and enjoy the free concerts. In case of inclement weather, please call the Library at 265-2072, ext. 207 AFTER 3:00pm on the date of the concert for an update or check the Library's website at :

Tonight Meet The Jumpers Orchestra: Jump, Jive and Swing, visit their Website: for some sample videos.

Monday, July 5, 2010

Airmid Theatre Company will be returning to the Nissequogue River State Park

The Airmid Theatre Company, founded in 2000, recovers, collects, and produces classic works by women. With these plays at the heart of its mission, the company creates a safe home for women theatre artists, and ignites broad public recognition of the essential contribution women have made to the worlds of theatre, dramatic literature and society. Airmid will be returning to the Nissequogue River State Park to bring two FREE productions to Long Island. (NYS Parks parking fee applies prior to 4pm.)

"Snickerty Nick & the Giant" is the first production of the summer, and performs July 26th to August 13th, Mondays thru Fridays at 1:00pm. This production is great for ages 5 and up, and it includes audience participation! Snickerty Nick works for the hard-hearted giant, Baron Bomberrum who wants to know why his garden just won’t grow. No silver bells, no cockleshells, no flowers all is row for him! Can the giant, and his garden, be transformed by the kindness of a child? With a little help from Nicky, of course it can! Music, rhyme, and lots of silliness come together in this interactive and lively adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s classic tale, The Selfish Giant.

In August, Airmid is producing "Three-Cornered Moon," which runs August 11th to August 29th, Wednesdays thru Saturdays at 7:00pm, and Sundays at 3:00pm. The wildly eccentric Rimplegar family lives the life of Riley; no work and all play for this wealthy Brooklyn family. But when a stock market mishap wipes them out, the family must give up its extravagant ways and take jobs! The mad-capped boys get hired as a lifeguard and jazz musician, extra bedrooms are rented out to romantic rivals, but only the levelheaded, love interest Elizabeth finds real work. Will the family, and love, survive? This charming screwball comedy was the toast of Broadway in 1933, setting the tone for future plays like “You Can’t Take it With You” to be successful for generations to come!

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