Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Winter isn't here quite yet, but across Long Island, locals are getting an early start on Winter Fun! Whether you love spending the day outdoors, making the most of the cold weather, or you're more comfortable curled up by the fire, there are plenty of great ways to enjoy the Winter Months this year - from start to finish!
From tree & menorah lightings filled with holiday cheer, to sledding, snowboarding, and fun afternoons spent at a local museum, there are plenty of great ways to make the most out of the Winter - you just have to know where to look!
For the scoop on this season's best fun, check out LongIsland.com's 2014 Winter Bucket List!
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Looking for a fun way to get into the holiday spirit? Why not attend a local Turkey Trot! Across Long Island, folks will be running, walking, and of course trotting down local trails and paths on Thanksgiving Morning - a great way to get the blood flowing before you dig into your Thanksgiving Dinner!
Whether you're an avid runner, or you just enjoy getting outdoors and enjoying the Fall Weather, turkey trots can be a ton of fun for the whole family. Follow the link below to find out where you can trot along this Thanksgiving - this is a fun family event you won't want to miss this holiday!
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
This holiday season is gearing up to be a great one - with Thanksgiving right around the corner, there's plenty of festive fun beginning right here on Long Island! This Holiday Season, if you're looking to do something extra special with your friends and family, you'll want to check out one of the wonderful Light Shows coming to the Island this year - the GSSC's 11th Annual Holiday Light Show, and the Jones Beach "Holiday Lights Spectacular." Grab your hot cocoa, and load up your car - it's time for some serious holiday fun!
Pictured: A snapshot from the GSSC's 2013 Holiday Light Show.
Wednesday, November 05, 2014
LongIsland.com’s 2014 November Family Fun Guide: Turkey Trots, Thanksgiving Dinners, Veteran’s Day Events & More!
October has come and gone, and November is finally here, bringing with it all sorts of fun! From Veterans' Day Events honoring those who have served our country, to Thanksgiving Feasts, Turkey Trots and Seasonal Festivals, there is plenty of great fun happening this month that you won't want to miss!
Whether you enjoy connecting with nature on a brisk Fall walk, or you're ready to get your shop on at a local craft fair, LongIsland.com's November Guide has the scoop on all the best fun that you'll want to enjoy this November - click the link below out more!
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Halloween can be a ton of fun, but if you're sick of the Spooks and Scares that come along with the holiday, but you still want to go out and have some fun this weekend, you're in luck! This weekend there will be plenty of regular, scare-free fun in addition to the Halloween Happenings that will be taking place across the Island, and to make things easier for you, we've put together a great guide of Scare-Free Fun for Halloween Weekend!
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Carving up pumpkins for Halloween is a huge tradition here on Long Island, especially with so many local farms available to patrons looking to freshly pick them themselves. Did you know that you could use a drill instead of a knife to carve up those pesky detail-oriented aspects of your pumpkin? Do you know where the tradition of carving up pumpkins into Jack O’ lanterns originated? If the answer to these questions is no then it’s time to read up on all about pumpkin carving for 2014!
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Here on Long Island Halloween has truly become a season of its own. Stretching into September, October, and November this year, it would be a shame to miss out on all of the terrifying haunted houses and spooktacular entertainment that is lined up thru November. If you’re an eager thrill seeker looking for a scary-good time be sure to check out our reviews of these horrifying haunts inhabiting the Island this Halloween season. It makes no difference whether you’re looking for some family friendly Halloween fun or some seriously shocking scares, Long Island has it all to keep guests of all ages, and scare levels, satisfied.