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Open House

Tuesday, November 6 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Entrance Exam

Saturday, November 10 9:00 am - 11:00 am

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Open House for Admissions Sunday, October 14, 2018 2:00-4:30 pm } Presentations at 2:30 and 3:30 pm Saint Mary’s High School

Experience Saint Mary’s High School’s unique combination of academic excellence and innovative learning embodied in our Catholic faith community.

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Saturday, Oct. 13, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. & Sunday, Oct. 14, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m

Harmony Home Concierge 35th Anniversary Oyster Festival Sponsored by Optimum by Altice; Presented by Newsday

The Harmony Home Concierge 35th Anniversary Oyster Festival is a project of the Rotary Club of Oyster Bay—part of Rotary International—a volunteer organization whose members embrace the motto of “service above self.” Rotary Club volunteers produce the Oyster Festival and operate multiple food stations—including the renowned Frank M. Flower & Sons, Inc. sponsored raw oyster booth—to raise money to directly support local community organizations and Rotary projects, through the Oyster Bay Charitable Fund, Inc. The Oyster Festival also provides local nonprofit clubs and organizations a platform to raise their own monies through participation in the New York Community Bank Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court. New York Community Bank’s sponsorship helps subsidize the cost so that the charities are able to keep all of their food booth profits. In addition to showcasing the historic hamlet of Oyster Bay and the beauty of the waterfront, the Oyster Festival generates great local economic impact. The festival will be on Saturday, Oct. 13, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 14, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Theodore Roosevelt Park, Oyster Bay.

Our Storied Past

More than 150 years ago, Theodore Roosevelt—the 26th President of the United States—was born to a wealthy family that summered in Oyster Bay not far from the waterfront property that today bears his name. Community leaders organized a parade to celebrate his 125th birthday, the roots of which became the Oyster Festival in 1983. Today the festival attracts more than 200,000 visitors annually; its success is attributed to the year-round dedication of members of the Rotary Club of Oyster Bay and its Long Island business community sponsors.

New This Year

Oyster Festival 2018 will feature a VIP Experience for the first time. Interested patrons will have the opportunity to pre-purchase a ticket via the festival’s website (www.oysterfestival. org) to gain entry to a spectacular waterfront space co-produced by

Live Nation, the global leader for live entertainment. Within this world guests can escape the masses and relax on lounge furniture, play lawn games, enjoy complimentary soft drinks, taste the stars of the show, freshly shucked oysters, courtesy of Frank M. Flowers and Sons and experience several sponsor activations. Guests will also receive a complimentary gift, have access to an executive restroom, the use of a festival concierge to help guide them through the fest, as well as the option for VIP parking with shuttle service. Tickets start at $99.

Beer And Wines Of The Region

Guests of the festival have spoken and organizers have listened. The 35th Anniversary Oyster Festival will feature a beer and wine tasting tent where we will bring the flavors of the region together to benefit the more than 30 charities that the festival supports in the hamlet of Oyster Bay. Here, guests will be able to purchase a ticket to enjoy samples of locally brewed beers and harvested wines from the tri-state area. Within this tent patrons will also receive an education on each brand and the story behind them. Tickets are $45 and $75.

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Experience The Waterfront The John J. Harvey fireboat is coming back to Oyster Bay for the Oyster Festival. The fireboat, launched in 1931, served the City of New York and New York Harbor until she retired in 1994. She was a historic first: the first fireboat powered by internal combustion engines, the first that could pump and maneuver simultaneously, and the largest, fastest fire fighting machine of her time, capable of pumping 18,000 gallons per minute. John J. Harvey was named for FDNY pilot John J. Harvey who was killed aboard fireboat Thomas Willett while fighting a fire aboard the North German Lloyd Line’s SS Muenchen. Harvey assisted during such notable fires as the Cunard Line pier fire in 1932, the burning of Normandie in 1942, and the ammunition ship El Estero during World War II. She served the FDNY until her retirement in 1994. On September 11, 2001, John J. Harvey was recalled to service by the FDNY and reactivated as Marine Company 2. Alongside the FDNY fireboats, fire fighters and John D. McKean, she pumped water for 80 hours until water mains in lower

Manhattan were restored to service. Harvey’s action that week was the subject of countless news articles and a 2002 Maira Kalman book. The National Trust for Historic Preservation gave the Harvey a special National Preservation Award to recognize this incident.

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The Episcopal Parish in Oyster Bay The Historic Church of President Theodore Roosevelt

EVERY SUNDAY

8:00 am Holy Eucharist (spoken) 10:00 am Holy Eucharist (with Choir) Fun programs for children and youth! Sunday School 10:00 am for ages 4-11, Youth Group 9:00 am

UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS Sunday, October 28 at 5:30 pm All Hallows’ Eve service and party

Friday, November 2 at 7:00 pm -- All Souls’ Day The Choir of Christ Church will offer Fauré’s Requiem

Sunday, December 16 at 4:00 pm Festival of Lessons and Carols, with Christ Church’s celebrated Choir

Christmas Eve, Monday, December 24

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Christmas Pageant with live Nativity, including animals (4:00 pm) Christmas Eve Eucharist (10:30 pm) Seasonal Music starting at 10:00 pm, featuring Christ Church’s Choir

Saved from the scrap yard by a dedicated group of volunteers, she now serves as an operational museum and education center. Last summer, multidisciplinary artist Tauba Auerbach, evoking the DAZZLE camouflage patterns painted on WWI and WWII vessels to confuse enemy U-boats, unveiled New York’s own 21st-century dazzle ship; John J. Harvey. Co-commissioned by the Public Art Fund and 14-18 NOW with support from the crew and volunteers of John J. Harvey, this magnificent work will be available for public viewing at the Oyster Festival. Free at the West End Waterfront Pier. Also present will be Christeen, a 40-foot, gaff-rigged sloop, owned and operated by The WaterFront Center, a not-for-profit community sailing and marine education center located in Theodore Roosevelt Park. Christeen connects more than 3,000 adults

and children to the water each year through school field trips, publics sails and private charters. The oldest surviving oyster sloop in North America and a National Historic Landmark, Christeen was originally built in 1883 for Captain William Smith in Glenwood Landing for harvesting oysters in Oyster Bay and Cold Spring Harbor. For more than 125 years, she was used as an oyster dredge and a cargo carrier between Connecticut, New York and New Jersey. After surviving 16 major hurricanes, numerous Nor’easters, two sinkings and severe neglect, Christeen returned home to Oyster Bay in 1992. Volunteers worked with a full-time shipwright and raised more than $300,000 to completely restore and re-launch Christeen in 1999. The Christeen Oyster Sloop Preservation Corporation is building a replica of the historically significant Ida May oyster dredge. The original Ida May was built in Bayville by Frank M. Flower in 1925 as one of the oyster industry’s first powered dredges. The completed replica will be owned and operated by the WaterFront Center for public recreation and marine and maritime education. The mission of the Christeen Oyster Sloop Preservation Corp. is “to preserve Oyster Bay’s maritime heritage by involving the community in traditional boatbuilding projects.” Many volunteers under the guidance of local shipwright Josh Herman are learning new skills working together to create a significant vessel. Since 2009, Building J, a large shed on the Western Waterfront, has been transformed into a boatbuilding shop. The Christeen Corp is raising capital complete the project.


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FRIDAY EVENING SHOWS 7:00 PM AT COE HALL FRI, OCT 12, 2018

The Carolina Gents

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Comprised of some of the best bluegrass, americana, and country musicians, The Carolina Gents can provide the pure, sweet sounds of Appalachia, then crank up the hootin’ and hollerin' on the dance floor.

FRI, NOV 2, 2018

The HooDoo Loungers

MUSIC AT THE MANSION

The band's sound encompasses traditional New Orleans Jazz, Brass Band, classic R&B and funk—a blend of original music and re-arranged New Orleans classics. The HooDoos perform a high energy and highly entertaining show that will please young and old alike.

FALL WINTER CONCERT SERIES

FRI, DEC 14, 2018

Eden Lane

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Eden Lane is a jazz band with an affinity for film noir and classic romance. Anchored by redheaded songbird, Stephanie Layton, they perform jazz standards from The Great American Songbook and/or the Prohibition Era.

FRI, JAN 18, 2019

The World Trad Orchestra Four of the most inspired, inventive jazz musicians play Brazilian, Cuban, American and French music from the 1920s and 1930s. The World Trad Orchestra is more than a jazz band— it’s an emotional weather system. It’s a mood, an atmosphere, an experience.

FRI, FEB 15, 2019

Street Beat Brass Band NYC-based Street Beat Brass brings a distinctly American New Orleans flavor to the many brass-based styles it embraces—Jazz, NoLA, Funk, Gospel, Caribbean, Polka, Klezmer and even Pop and TV/Film themes.

FRI, MAR 15, 2019

Alan & Hugo

Alan Weintraub, a guitarist and songwriter from Brooklyn, composes and performs under the stage name Salvo. He plays a unique blend of Spanish, Rumba, World Fusion, Flamenco and Classical styles. Hugo Muñoz is a guitarist, songwriter and artist from Aguascalientes, Mexico. He plays a wide range of music from Latin Jazz to Spanish Folk. f

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Main Stage Entertainment Schedule SATURDAY, OCT. 13

11:15 a.m. – Joe Magurne Band Joe Magurne Band has been performing for 15 years. As experienced in the studio as they are on stage, each member brings their own influences to each performance. That diversity comes out in the music they write and perform. 12:15 p.m. – Opening Ceremonies 12:30 p.m. – Four Way Street: Tribute to Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Four Way Street has what it takes to recreate and deliver exactly what you would expect from a Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young tribute. This five-piece ensemble captures the full dynamic range of the CSNY song catalogue, from the softest ballads to the hardest rockers. 1:45 p.m. – Pump: Aerosmith Tribute Band Pump: Aerosmith Tribute was formed in 2002 and has played

nationwide as well as internationally since then. Performing at concerts, casinos, state fairs, county fairs, city events, corporate events, private parties and more. This band features band members from national acts including Hurricane, Quiet Riot and Steven Pearcy’s band Arcade. They have shared the stage with bands such as RATT, Tom Keifer, Sammy Hagar, Stryper, Gary Moore, Rough Cutt, LA Guns and others. 3 p.m. Penny Lane- Tribute to the Beatles This tribute band relies on pure sound and their strong, tight vocal harmonies to recreate the legacy of The Beatles, note-for-note. You can expect to hear a selection of Beatles hits from all of their periods, an experience that always leaves crowds cheering for more. 4:15 p.m. – The Electrix A group of accomplished musicians, each with a lifetime of diverse

2018 Annual

NATIVE AMERICAN FEAST Saturday & Sunday, November 17 & 18 10am - 4pm

SUNDAY, OCT. 14

• Face Painting • Native Food Displays • Medicinal Plant Displays • Sample Native Foods • Make 12 ft. Dugout Canoe • Learn Pottery-making • Films • Exhibits • Gift Shop • Open-fire Cooking • Use an Atlatl (spear throwing) • Tools & Artifacts • Fire-making $5/Children 5-12 yrs. & Seniors; $8 Adults Rain or shine - Activities indoors & out Food sampling includes corn soup & bread, squash baked in ashes, fresh trout & more.

Bring bag lunch and spend the Day!

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experience in the music field. he continues to perform in the New Together since 1995, they’re recYork tri-state area multiple times ognized as one of the leading jam each week. bands performing classic rock of the Grateful Dead and Allman Brothers, 2 p.m.- Mike Dorio Mike Dorio, the sole proprietor other related genres and original of North Cove Music, has been compositions. They’ve shared a playing and studying music for stage and performed together with almost 40 years. In his college Levon Helm (The Band), fiddle years at Five Towns he studied unplayer Vassar Clements (Old & der both jazz guitarist Joe Carbone in the Way), pedal steel guitarist and Pete Rogine. He’s toured with Buddy Cage (The New Riders of the various bands ranging from Top 40 Purple Sage), and guitarist/vocalist to country to blues, and has had Michael Falzarano. multiple Broadway performances, including Movin’ Out, Swing, Dirty 7 p.m.- Harmony Home Concierge Rotten Scoundrels and Jersey Boys. presents GRUCCI Fireworks Experience the final fireworks 3 p.m.- Katie Pearlman spectacular of the 2018 season. New Jersey native Katie Pearlman began playing drums at age 10, and it wasn’t long before she was playing in a band and recording 11 a.m.- The ‘90s Band on her first album. At 16, Pearlman Whether you’re still stuck in the moved into an apartment with her ‘90s, or just missing it like crazy, Mom and that’s when her focus The ‘90s Band is your fix. Playing moved to guitar and songwriting, hits from artists like Third Eye since drumming was not the most Blind, Alanis Morissette, Weezer, neighborly thing to do. In January The Cranberries, Bush and more. 2012, she released her third solo 12 p.m.- Endless Summer – Tribute album, Girls Like Us. She also to The Beach Boys teaches private drum lessons on Endless Summer is the new Long Island and drums for dance Ultimate Beach Boys Tribute Band classes at Adelphi University. capturing the essence of the 1960s 4:15 p.m.- Turnpike Joe and the California Beach scene all year Traffic Jam ‘round. Dance the day away and One of New York’s premier classic enjoy an awesome and unforgettarock/party bands—a major force on ble musical experience. the Long Island music scene since 1 p.m.- Matthew Taft 1977—covers performers such as Hailing from Glen Cove, Taft ZZ Top, Buddy Holly, Credence, began solo performing right out of Chuck Berry, KISS, The Stones, high school, covering Montauk to Steve Miller, The Beatles and Tom Manhattan. With influence ranging Petty. They also play originals. from Harry Chapin to Hozier, Taft’s This new show features rock by sound falls somewhere between artists such as Simon & Garfunkel, Americana and Alternative. Having Buddy Holly, James Taylor and The already played hundreds of shows, Beatles. www.turnpikejoe.com.


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West End Avenue Stage Entertainment SATURDAY, OCT. 13

11:30 a.m.- KIDZHITZ Kidzhitz has been located in the heart of Huntington Village for nearly 10 years, offering music lesson programs and RockStar Parties. They have a state-of-the-art recording studio just for children, along with lesson rooms for every instrument at every level. 2-3 p.m. 35th Anniversary Oyster Eating and Shucking Contests. Sponsored by Newton Shows Sign up for both contests is at the Rotary Information/ Raffle Booth at the entrance to Theodore Roosevelt Park beginning at approximately 11 a.m. Emcee: Jim Kerr, Q104’s Morning Man Official Judges: Darryl Dowers and Harlan Friedman First Prize Winner receives $50 and a plaque. Second Prize Winner receives $25 and a plaque. Special Thanks: Town of Oyster Bay–Showmobile Prizes: First Prize Winner receives $50 and a plaque. Second Prize Winner receives $25 and a plaque. Special Thanks: Sponsored by Newton Shows Town of Oyster Bay–Showmobile Oyster Eating Contest rules: Maximum 12 contestants. All contestants must be over the age of 18. Each will have a tray of (pre-shucked) 36 oysters to begin with. They will then be replenished with cups containing 12 oysters each. The original tray and empty cups will be counted to get the number of oysters consumed. The time limit is 2 minutes, 40 seconds. Contestants will be allowed to season their oysters. Sauce and lemon will be made available. Oyster Shucking Contest Rules: Maximum 10 contestants. All contestants must be over the age of

18. All contestants will be provided with gloves, apron, knives and a nametag. Contestants may use their own equipment if approved by the judges. Oysters must be completely severed from the shell, the muscles cut and oysters must be whole and not mutilated. The time limit is four minutes. 3:30 p.m.- Darlene Graham Darlene Graham has graced stages all over Canada and the United States as a performer of family music for more than 20 years. She is a professionally trained musician and educator who hails from Newfoundland, Canada and now resides with her husband/ co-songwriter/bandmate Chris and their four children on Long Island. She also creates and performs in elementary schools all over Long Island with her PARP show “Celebrate Reading through Music” and her anti-bullying show “Stand Up for all!” 4:30 p.m.- The Mickmags Keith Maguire (singer/songwriter, musician, elementary music teacher and part time comedy expert) and Erik McCormack (singer/ songwriter, musician and part-time comedy expert) have combined their musical abilities to create an original children’s comedy rock group called The Mickmags.

SUNDAY, OCT. 14

12 p.m.- DJ Theo and Friends Pushing the boundaries of electronic dance music in clubs and on radio airwaves has been one of Theo’s musical mantras. His sets are energetic and eclectic and encompass his vast knowledge of dance music. His musical knowledge and thirst for promoting this genre led to his former hiring as seminal music director at Party 105FM/NY, while his technical ability and product knowledge has led to sponsorship by Pioneer DJ. With his successful Nervous Records compilations, continued track releases, weekly radio show on WPTY-NY, Theo continues to be on the pulse. Join Theo and his artistic collective as he brings together dance groups and live art installations throughout the day- all performing to his mixes which transcend the decades.

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Oyster Festival Map

Keeping The Children Entertained

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here are plenty of activities for children during the Oyster Festival, from carnival rides to the petting zoo. On both Saturday and Sunday, children can enjoy the carnival by Newton Shows, sponsored by Wild Bill’s Olde Fashioned Soda, on Fireman’s Field. Newton Shows is the oldest family-owned and operated carnival company on Long Island. Since their father bought his first Ferris wheel over 65 years ago as a fun way to make money to support his growing family, the Newton family has been honored to serve Nassau, Suffolk, Queens and parts of Westchester County. Over the years they have helped raise millions of dollars through their nonprofit “Partners in Fun” program and have supplied unrivaled entertainment for their corporate “Partners in Fun.” On West End Avenue, children can meet

exotic animals of the R.W. Commerford Zoo and enjoy camel rides and pony rides. And Kings of The Coast Pirates are back from another century sponsored by the Steven And Alexandra Cohen Children’s Medical Center, thanks to a generous grant from Kohl’s Cares

Keeping Kids Healthy Program. Children need not be afraid as these are friendly scoundrels who will be inviting them on hunts for New this year is the Butterfly Experience, a family-owned and operated business. This is a fun and educational experience for the entire family. The fair goers get to go inside the exhibit with a feeding stick, feed, interact and learn fun facts about the butterflies. The staff goes above and beyond to answer all questions and treat everyone like they’re part of the family. For added convenience, there is a baby changing station sponsored by Long Island Parent and Babyganics located on West End Avenue across from the West End Stage. The tent will be set up complete with changing station and stocked with Babyganics product. Take a moment away from the hustle and bustle to take care of your baby’s needs.


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Food Court Guide For more than three decades, participating charities based within the Oyster Bay-East Norwich school district have been serving up fresh seafood, ethnic culinary delights and traditional American fare to hundreds of thousands of festival goers. Profits from the Food Court sales remain with each individual non-profit organization that sells the food item to help fund their programming. The Oyster Festival’s Oyster Booth Food Court sponsored by Newsday, and the Tom Reardon Memorial Food Court, sponsored by New York Community Bank, are the largest fundraisers that most of these charitable organizations participate in throughout the year. For some organizations, it’s their only fundraiser.

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Oysters on the half shell with H&Y Supermarket ponzu sauces Rotary Club of Oyster Bay (Newsday Oyster Booth Food Court Booth 32) Lobster Banh Mi Rotary Club of Oyster Bay (Newsday Oyster Booth Food Court Booth 38)

Oyster po’ boy sandwich, fish filet po’ boy sandwich U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Oyster Bay Flotilla (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 2) Oyster Stew Oyster Bay Lions (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 7) Lobster dinner, clams on the half shell, steamed clams, steamed mussels North Oyster Bay Baymen’s Association (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booths 10 & 11) Scallops, lobster rolls Youth & Family Counseling Agency (16 & 17- NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court) Crab cakes Oyster Bay Fire Co. #1 (18- NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court) Fish tacos HPS Network (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 19) Shrimp corn chowder Oyster Bay East Norwich Athletic Booster Club (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 23)

Fish & chips Oyster Bay High School Girls Varsity Lacrosse (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 22) Seafood gumbo, crab roll, shrimp cocktail, grilled shrimp on a stick Oyster Bay Railroad Museum (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 26) New England & Manhattan clam chowders Life Enrichment Center at Oyster Bay (Newsday Oyster Booth Food Court Booth 33)

Lobster bisque, lobster mac & cheese Rotary Club of Oyster Bay (Newsday Oyster Booth Food Court Booth 37)

Fried oysters Mill River Rod & Gun Club (Newsday Oyster Booth Food Court Booth 34)

Seafood Quesadilla Oyster Bay Pre-school (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 21)

Fried calamari Veterans of Foreign Wars Oyster Bay Memorial Post 8033 (Newsday Oyster Booth Food Court Booth 35)

ALL-AMERICAN FAVORITES

Soft shell crab sandwich, fried clam strips & fried shrimp American Legion Quentin Roosevelt Post No. 4 (Newsday Oyster Booth Food Court Booth 36)

Steak sandwiches Oyster Bay-East Norwich Soccer (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 3) Roasted corn Oyster Bay Lions (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 8)

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Philadelphia Cheesesteaks Oyster Bay-East Norwich Soccer (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 12) Tornado Fries Rotary Club of Oyster Bay (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 15) Pulled-pork, fried chicken, onion rings, fried ravioli, gourmet grilled cheese

HPS Network (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 20)

Chicken fingers Oyster Bay High School Girls Varsity Lacrosse Team (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 22) Pizza, spinach roll, chicken roll Oyster Bay Preschool (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 30) Pickles, fried pickles, fried green tomatoes, turkey drumsticks, chicken wings & mozzarella sticks

Friends of the Oyster Bay High School Performing Arts Center (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 25) Hamburgers, kosher hot dogs Oyster Bay Preschool(NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 28) Bacon-on-a-stick Peas Eddy Sportsman Club (NYCB

Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 29) Chicken Scarpariello Burrito Rotary Club of Oyster Bay (Newsday Oyster Booth Food Court Booth 39) Breakfast sandwich Kiwanis Club of East Norwich Oyster Bay (29- NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court) French fries, sweet potato fries Veterans of Foreign Wars Oyster Bay Memorial Post #8033 (Newsday Oyster Booth Food Court Booth 35) Buffalo chicken sliders Oyster Bay Pre-school (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 21)

INTERNATIONAL SPECIALTIES

Yucca fries, pumpkin & cheese ravioli, Chinese dumplings, Chinese eggrolls U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Oyster Bay Flotilla (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 2) Bratwurst, potato pancakes, mozzArepa

Oyster Bay-East Norwich Soccer (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 6) Kielbasa sandwiches & pierogis Oyster Bay Lions (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 7)

Gyro, chicken pita Christeen Oyster Sloop Preservation Corp/Ida May Project (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 13) Calzones St. Dominic High School Parent Group (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 14) Empanadas, pupusas, tostadas with guacamole, tacos, nachos Hispanic Cultural Center/Centro Cultural Hispano (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 24) Sausage with pepper hero Italian-American Citizens Club (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 27) Chicken & beef satays Peas Eddy Sportsman Club (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 29) Tortilla soup Oyster Bay Pre-school (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 21)

DESSERTS

Frozen hot chocolate, cookies ‘n cream, orange creamsicle, cookies, pretzels and churros, caramel apples, candy apples and homemade fudge

Oyster Bay High School Interact ClubJunior Rotary (NYCB Thomas Reardon

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Memorial Food Court Booths 1 & 1A) Cannolis U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Oyster Bay Flotilla (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 2) Apple pie & ice cream Oyster Bay-East Norwich Soccer (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 4) Belgian waffles with strawberries & cream

Oyster Bay-East Norwich Soccer (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 5) Cotton candy & kettle corn Boy Scout Troop 253 (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 9) Zeppoles, deep-fried Oreo cookies, fried bananas & Hawaiian shaved ice St. Dominic’s High School Parent Group (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 14) Chocolate chip ice cream sandwich, smoothies, chocolate-dipped fruit, pretzels, crepes

HPS Network (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booths 19A, 20)

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He has a special interest in abdominal wall hernias including complex/recurrent hernias. He specializes in the Rutkow-Robbins minimally invasive “plug and patch” repair for inguinal (groin hernias). This is a 30-minute procedure under light sedation and local with a small incision. This is an outpatient procedure and patients go home an hour after the operation. Then the patients resume normal activities the next day and sporting endeavors in one week. For the more complex abdominal wall/incisional hernias, Dr. Cosgrove works closely with his plastic surgery colleagues to affect the best functional and cosmetic result. A variety of minimally invasive techniques are employed, and most patients go home the same day or after a short overnight stay.

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FOOD COURT GUIDE from page 13C

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Bananas foster Oyster Bay Railroad Museum (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 26)

Coffee, hot chocolate, smoothies, strawberry-banana fruit drink HPS Network (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 20)

Funnel cakes Oyster Bay Preschool (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 28) Gelato Oyster Bay Preschool (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 30) Krispy Kreme doughnuts, brownies, s’mores, cinnamon buns, individual bags of popcorn Kiwanis Club of East Norwich Oyster Bay (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 31)

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Hot Or Frozen Apple Cider & Milk Shakes Oyster Bay East Norwich Athletic Booster Club (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 23) Coffee & Tea Friends of the Oyster Bay High School Performing Arts Center (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 25) Brooklyn Egg Cream Italian-American Citizens Club (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 27)

Bubble Tea Rotary Club of Oyster Bay (Newsday Oyster Booth Food Court Booth 38)

Lemonade Oyster Bay Preschool (Thomas Reardon Memorial Booth 28)

Bottled water, iced tea, soda (regular, Wild Bill’s & Avery Beverage’s “Totally Gross Soda”) Boy Scout Troop 253 (NYCB Thomas

Tea, Coffee & Iced Coffee Kiwanis Club of East Norwich Oyster Bay (NYCB Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court Booth 31)

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