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“If there’s a heaven for me, I’m sure it has a beach attached.” - Jimmy Buffett


The unofficial start of summer is days away and it’s hard to have anything else on our minds other than the beach and shoreline. Long Islander’s from Great Neck to Montauk have miles of boardwalks, beach trails, waterfront restaurants and beautiful sunrises and sunsets to enjoy.

Check out some of the local beaches in our Huntington area and beyond below.

Local Huntington Beaches:

Asharoken Beach, Eaton's Neck Road, Northport
Centerport Beach, Little Neck Road, Centerport
Crab Meadow Beach, Waterside Avenue, Northport
Crescent Beach, Crescent Beach Drive, Huntington Bay
Fleets Cove Beach, Fleets Cove Road, Centerport
Gold Star Battalion Beach, West Shore Road,

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The weather is heating up and longer days are here to stay - find out how to spend those extra hours of daylight and warm evenings below.


The Outdoorist:

Plan a trip to the Planting Fields Foundations and get blown away with spring foliage, historic buildings and formal gardens. Be sure to bring your camera! Grounds are open daily. Next event occurs on April 27th- Arbor Day Family Festival.

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Take a walk, hike or bike at Caumsett State Historic Park Preserve. With over 1700 acres of land, the park provides a diverse landscape for fishing, bird watching and nature photography as well. The park is open from sunrise to sunset 7 days a week, year round.

For a quick walk - head over to Betty Allen Twin Ponds

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It’s that time of year again and we’re feeling LUCKY! There is plenty of food, drinks and celebrations to be had now until Saint Patrick’s Day.

 

This Sunday, March 10th, the 85th Annual Huntington Ancient Order of Hibernians St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be bustling through Huntington Village. The parade will feature dozens of the finest metro area’s pipe bands and will be lead by Timothy Rossiter, Grand Marshal.

 As Long Island’s oldest and largest St. Patrick's parade it only seems fitting to celebrate in my favorite town!

The parade kicks off at the Huntington Train Station and will make its way into the village among thousands of spectators along New York Avenue and Main Street. So if you are planning on driving through town be aware of

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From a romantic dinner for two, to an entire weekend escape you have been DREAMING for:

Check out my suggestions below!

(Image Credit: The Mansion at Glen Cove)

Local Overnight Escapes You Will LOVE

Nassau County

The Mansion at Glen Cove
200 Dosoris Lane, Glen Cove, NY 1542
Enchanting Georgian estate designed in 1910 sure to charm with modern elegance throughout.
Hotel Dining: Pratt’s Restaurant & Bar located on the third floor.


The Garden City Hotel
45 Seventh Street , Garden City, NY 11530
Iconic landmark with first-class service. Experience luxury accomodations and a full service spa escape.
Hotel Dining: Red Salt Room and The Rose Room.


Suffolk County

Hotel Indigo East End
1830 West Main Street Route 25, Riverhead, NY 11901
Retreat

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Whether you are staging your home for sale or are past due on organizing your space, decluttering your home will increase its value and can speed up its sale.

Marie Kondo’s new Netflix series, Tidying Up, has created a binge worthy cleaning frenzy since it debuted on January 1st, landing just in time for New Year’s resolutions. Did you know that decluttered homes sale on average 80% faster than not?

Taking small steps to organize your home and better yet -- your life can “spark joy” in more ways than you can imagine.

Ready to take on the KonMari Method? Follow Kondo’s 6 steps bellow:

1- Commit yourself to tidying up
2- Imagine your ideal life
3- Finish letting go first
4- Tidy by category, not location
5- Follow the right order
6- Ask yourself

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I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Now that all the leftovers are gone, our stomachs full and our hearts filled with friends and family - it’s time again for holiday celebrations. December is in full swing and if you haven't picked out your Christmas tree yet check out my suggestions below. Also, find out where you and the kids can grab a cup of hot cocoa, meet Santa and take a holiday family photo!

 

For the adventurous:
CUT YOUR OWN CHRISTMAS TREE

Elwood Pumpkin and Christmas Tree Farm

Long Island’s most western Christmas tree farm
Offers both pre cut and cut your own trees
1500 E Jericho Turnpike, Huntington

Tilden Lane Farm
Offers both pre cut and cut your own trees
43 Wyckoff Street, Greenlawn

For the young at heart:
PICK

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Thanksgiving is less than a week away but there’s still time for last minute touches to add some extra sparkle to your holiday! For those hosting or invited to Thanksgiving this year read my suggestions below for some quick and easy additions that are sure to impress:

 

For the Guest

Don’t come empty handed! It’s a nice gesture to show your appreciation with these Simple and Thoughtful Host Gift Ideas: 

Flowers and wine are a staple host gift, however a gourmet olive oil is a unique twist. The Crushed Olive has a wide variety of gourmet and infused oils that will make an unforgettable gift. 

 

Who doesn’t like a little chocolate? Bon Bons makes molded chocolates that are tasty and beautiful. 

 

 

For the Host

Whether you

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Autumn is a critical time to work outdoors and prepare your home to withstand the potentially harsh winter weather to come. Fall maintenance not only boosts your curb appeal, but helps you identify any potential problems before they arise.

 

Checkout my Fall Homeowner’s Checklist to keep your home’s health and curb appeal in tip top shape!

 

Outdoors:

- Rotate Your Garden: Remove summer garden plants that have bloomed and make room for cool weather plants.

- Clean Up Borders: Weed and clean up the borders of your lawn edging.

- Fertilize The Lawn: Use winterizing fertilizers to help ensure your lawn stores nutrients over the winter.

- Plant: Plant spring bulbs to add in color for next year and consider perennials that can bloom

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There's nothing quite like Fourth of July on Long Island. Whether you are spending your day outside firing up the grill, lounging poolside, or relaxing on the beach, there is something going on for everyone… and what would it be without an epic fireworks show?

 

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Get an early start on the festivities during the 27th Annual Saint Anthony’s Family Feast & Festival from Wednesday, June 27th through Sunday, July 1st. Fireworks will be held on Wednesday & Saturday night.

Festival is free admission with special ride prices. Exciting rides and games provided by Newtson Shows, international food court, live entertainment, raffles and much more. Saint Anthony of Padua Parish, 20 Cheshire Place, East Northport.

 

The

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Father’s Day is this Sunday, June 17th. Here are a few suggestions to help celebrate Dad.

FOR THE GOLFER

Crab Meadow Golf Course

 (Image Credit: Crab Meadow Golf Course)

Plan a day of golf with Dad or the special man in your life. Crab Meadow Golf Course is located in Northport with breathtaking views of the Long Island Sound on each shot.

Designed by architect William F. Mitchell, the golf course is 6,574/5,658 yards with a rating of 71.6/73.7 and a slope of 125/126.

 

FOR THE BASEBALL LOVER

Bethpage Ballpark

 (Image Credit: Long Island Ducks)

Experience family friendly baseball at its finest with The Long Island Ducks at Bethpage Ballpark. Father’s Day ball game will feature an opportunity to enjoy an all-you-can-eat pre-game barbecue and have a catch on the

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