Month: February 2015

Long Island Winterfest is Here!!!

10407241_10152989059376001_7247564356277264412_n#liwinterfest #yanbaczkowski #longisland Checkout the line-up! Emerging artists and national headliners for every taste and in every genre, such as: Jazz guitarist Stanley Jordan… rockers the Smithereens and 10,000 Maniacs… the legendary Roomful of Blues.. jazz trombonist and Downbeat Magazine award winner Ray Anderson… Americana sweetheart Amy Helm… and Paul Simon Bassist Bakithi Kumalo… these are just some of the artists appearing this year, with many more being added. Check out the complete schedule >> http://www.liwinterfest.com.php53-18.ord1-1.websitetestlink.com/

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February Break!!!

It’s time to get the kids up and out with some of the best activities on Long Island! If you are looking for some indoor action you can head over to Pole Position Raceway and take a few laps around the track. The younger ones could also discover a thing or two at one of our children’s museum. If you’re in need of things to do just stop by our website to look through your options! Find more here:http://bit.ly/1yXeG0Y

Don’t you wish your Great-Grand parents brought property?

Looking to buy some property about a century ago? Massapequa was a great option as an up and coming community in 1906, with ‘over one hundred million dollars’ being pumped into Long Island infrastructure at the time. The value of a lot has gone up a bit thanks to those initial investments, as has the population of the region. Did you know the initial payment to secure a lot off of a street was only $10? At $5 a month, you would pay off the $195 in 3 years time and be a proper landowner.

Massapequa
Massapequa

Love Birds for Valentines

love birdsLove birds? On Valentine’s Day you can join the Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC) 9:30AM to 11:30 AM on Feb. 14th at Sagamore Hill National Historic Site. Thousands of people worldwide contribute to scientific research about bird populations and critical issues affecting birds. Dress to be outdoors and bring binoculars. Data collected will be entered into the GBBC website, and you’ll learn how you can submit your own bird observations at home.