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Sunday, June 4, 2017 • 10 am – 5 pm

HarborFest is Port Washington’s Annual Celebration of Our Nautical Heritage and Environmental Awareness FREE ADMISSION + Craft Fair + Tall Ship Cruises + Fire Boat + Water Taxi Bay Tours + Entertainment + Nautical Museum + Enviro-Expo Vendor Booths + Children’s Fun Park + Fun Stage + Treasure Chest Model Boat Regatta + Food Court + Trolley + Art In The Park + Much More! PLUS:

Sunset Cruise aboard the schooner SoundWaters: Saturday, June 3, 6 – 8PM For all SoundWaters tickets: harborfestcruises.eventbrite.com FREE Trolley and Shuttle Buses 10 AM – 6 PM from the Railroad Station & Manorhaven Park to the Town Dock.

HarborFest is Presented by:

Admiral Sponsors:

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S U N D A Y, J U N E 4 • D O C K D A Y & C R A F T F E S T I VA L C ELEBRAT I N G P O RT ’S NAU T I CAL H ERI TAG E & ENVI RONMEN TA L AWA RENESS

The Town of North Hempstead and the Port Washington Chamber of Commerce invite you to our 27th HarborFest. The festivities go into full swing at 10AM on Dock Day, Sunday, June 4.

Free Admission, Free Trolley & Shuttle Buses and Free Parking at the Railroad Station and Manorhaven Park

Dock Day & Craft Festival

An all-day event at the waterfront of Manhasset Bay on Sunday, June 4, includes:

Craft Fair – 90 vendors along lower Main Street Nautical Singers and Entertainment Enviro-Expo Sails aboard the schooner SoundWaters Historical and Scenic Boat Tours of Manhasset Bay Fire Boat Demonstrations Children’s Fun Park: PRC Games and Crafts, Family Fun Stage & Talent Show, Treasure Chest, Science Fun, Sports, Much More V Model Boat Regatta at Baxter’s Pond, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM V V V V V V V

V New Nautical Exhibit in Pride of Cow Bay Museum: “The Real Port Washington” V “Art In The Park” Exhibits and Free Workshops V PAL Baseball and Basketball Contests V Tours of the Manhasset Bay Yacht Club V Free Rides on the BID Trolley V Kayaking and Paddle Boarding V “A Taste of Port Washington” Food Court V Port Merchant & Organization Booths V Free Reusable Tote Bags to first 2,000 visitors

HarborFest 2017 Sponsors

Admiral Sponsor: Anton Media Group

Apple & Eve, Anthony’s World of Floors, Atlantic Outfitters, Austin F. Knowles Inc. Funeral Home, Baxter’s Pond Foundation, Bendix Engineering, Blank Slate Media, Blue Ribbon Travel, Camp Jacobson, Center Island Contracting, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Dance Arts Centre, Danceworks NY, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, Diane’s Place Hair Salon, Dime Community Bank, Dolphin Bookshop, Falun Dafa Exercises, the Greater Port Washington BID, Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa, Happy Montessori School, Healthy Kids Pediatrics, Hilton Garden Inn, Home Run Electric, I Love Hearing, In Focus Eyewear, InForm Fitness, Knights of Columbus, Laffey Real Estate, LASIK Vision Institute, Little Smiles of Port Washington, LI Boat Rentals, Madison Taxi/Manorhaven Taxi/Port Washington Taxi, Manhasset Bay Yacht Club, Nautical Advisory Council of the PW Public Library, Newsday Home Delivery, Newsday Media Group, North Shore Yacht Club, Port Washington Calendar, Port Washington Federal Credit Union, Port Washington Public Library Foundation – Tepper Intergenerational Program, Port Washington Water Taxi, Port Washington Yacht Club, Renewal by Anderson, Roslyn Savings Bank – a Division of NYCB, Dr. Glen Ruben & Dr. Alec Ganci, Sandata Technologies, Sands Point Preserve Conservancy, Sherwin-Williams, St. Francis Hospital, Strong’s Marine, Sylvan Learning Center, Tiny Sparkles Pediatric Dentistry, Toms Point Marina

Special thanks: The Art Guild, Ayhan’s Mediterranean Marketplace, CancerCare’s “Red Stocking Revue,” Grassroots Environmental Education, Nassau County, North Shore Vision – Dr. Scott Weil, Panera Bread, the Parent Resource Center, the Port Washington Fire Department, the Port Washington Police District, the Port Washington Water Pollution Control District, The Schmear Bakery and Market, Town of North Hempstead Supervisor Judi Bosworth, Town of North Hempstead Councilwoman Dina DeGiorgio, Town of North Hempstead Highway Dept., Town of North Hempstead Dept. of Parks and Recreation, Town of North Hempstead Office of Sustainability, and the Village of Baxter Estates.

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Sunday, June 4th

HarborFest Returns To The Dock

HarborFest. New to HarborFest this year is the ship Avalon, which will be available for Bay cruises narrated by docents from the Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society. The Avalon is sponsored by LI Boat Rentals. For the more adventurous, Atlantic Outfitters will offer free kayaking. A highly anticipated event is the demonstration of the Port Washington Fire Department’s Fire Boat. It will be moored at the town dock for HarborFest and the demonstrations are sure to be exciting for all the festival goers. Many lucky visitors can catch a free ride on the picturesque North Fork Trolley, sponsored by the Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District (BID). The trolley will make a continuous loop from the train station to the festival area. The HarborFest Model Boat Regatta program has Chamber of Commerce volunteers teaching third-graders from all Port Washington elementary schools how to make catamaran-style boats from recycled materials. Registration for participants takes place at Baxter’s Pond at 9:15 a.m. for Sousa and Daly, at 10 a.m. for Guggenheim and Salem, and at 10:30 a.m. for Manorhaven and St. Peter’s. The Regatta races will take place from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Marian Weissman organized the classroom sessions. Bill Palafox, Mary Lu Dempsey Palafox, Hank Brakman and Joan Brakman helped to put the boat kits together. Bill Palafox and Laura Silver McGuire will organize the races. Other key team members are Holly Byrne, Fred Hsu, Tom Scalice and Paul Schrynemakers. The Regatta’s T-shirt sponsor is the Port Washington Public Library Foundation—Tepper

Intergenerational Program. Regatta benefactors are the Baxter’s Pond Foundation and the Nautical Advisory Committee of the Port Washington Public Library. Major sponsors are Atlantic Outfitters, Center Island Contracting, Knights of Columbus Council 1227, Laffey Real Estate, the Manhasset Bay Yacht Club, North Shore Yacht Club, and the Port

Washington Yacht Club. Additional financial support is received from many Chamber of Commerce members. The popular HarborFest Family Fun Park is sponsored by Sandata Technologies and organized by The Parent Resource Center (PRC) and the Chamber of Commerce. Visit the PRC Fun Tent, which always delights the children with fabulous games and crafts. This year the PRC has added a train ride in the Fun Park. The PRC activities are sponsored by North Shore Day Camp and Whole Foods Market Manhasset. Also in the Family Fun Park, the Science Museum of Long Island will offer hands-on fun with a touch tank, the New York Islanders will bring a Slap Shot game and the Mad Science booth will let kids make their own Goo. Plus, a dozen other local organizations and businesses will have games, sports activities, science fun and crafts so the kids will never get bored. The Fun Park also features free family entertainment all day on the Family Fun Stage. The children’s

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The Port Washington Chamber of Commerce and the Town of North Hempstead will be presenting the 27th annual HarborFest Dock Day and Craft Festival on Sunday, June 4. All events officially begin at 10 a.m. at the town dock, Baxter’s Pond and lower Main Street. Admission is free and there will be free parking at the train station and Manorhaven Park. The Admiral Sponsor of HarborFest is Anton Media Group. A big attraction is the HarborFest Craft Show featuring more than 90 quality craftspeople. Their booths will be located along lower Main Street, near the town dock. The Craft Fair is sponsored by Blank Slate Media and Home Run Electric. Another attraction along Main Street is Art In The Park, sponsored and organized by The Art Guild. It features local artists displaying their work in Sunset Park, along the Manhasset Bay waterfront. They will also have a free Plein Air Workshop for adults at 1:30 p.m. and a free Clay Workshop for children at 12 p.m. Button making will be offered throughout the day. As soon as you enter the dock, look for the Chamber of Commerce booth and the Town of North Hempstead booth near the entrance. Both locations will be giving out free reusable shopping bags for all your HarborFest purchases and future shopping. The chamber’s bags are sponsored by the Port Washington Water Taxi. Additional bags have been donated by Stop & Shop. Everyone is excited that the three-masted schooner SoundWaters will return to Manhasset Bay for HarborFest. On Saturday, June 3, the SoundWaters will depart the town dock for a Sunset Sail from 6 to 8 p.m. During HarborFest Dock Day, on Sunday, June 4, SoundWaters will set sail at 12, 2 and 4 p.m. Reservations for all sails may be made online at www.harborfestcruises.eventbrite. com. The cost for the Sunset Sail is $35 per person, all ages. The cost for the Sunday Dock Day sails is $25 for adults and $15 for children ages 5 to 12. Please note that children under 5 should not participate in the cruises. Founded in 1989, SoundWaters’ mission is to educate children and adults about the wonders and beauty of Long Island Sound and its watershed. There are several other ways that people can see up close how beautiful the bay truly is. Port Washington’s Water Taxi will be available to take people on scenic cruises throughout


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Sunday, June 4th

Port Washington’s 27th Annual HarborFest

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arborFest Dock Day and Craft Festival, presented by the Town Of North Hempstead and the Port Washington Chamber of Commerce, takes place on Sunday, June 4, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the town dock and lower Main Street in Port Washington. Free parking and free trolley and shuttle buses from the Long Island Rail Road station and Manorhaven Park are available. The event celebrates the nautical heritage on the waterfront of beautiful Manhasset Bay, while enhancing public awareness of the need to protect and preserve this precious asset. Admission is free.

Schedule of Events:

• Craft Show, 90-plus vendors • Sails aboard the schooner Soundwaters: 12, 2 and 4 p.m. • Historic and scenic cruises around Manhasset Bay • Fire boat demonstrations • Nautical singers and entertainment at the tugboat: 10:15 a.m. Harmony Sky 11 a.m. Stout Nautical Singers 12 p.m. World Taekwondo Demonstration 12:30 p.m. Stout Nautical Singers 1:30 p.m. Wright Brothers Ukelele Duo 2 p.m. Red Stocking Revue Preview Performances 3:30 p.m. Stout Nautical Singers • Children’s Fun Park: games, mini train, crafts, sports, science fun • Family Fun Stage & Talent Show: 10 a.m. Mrs. Meltzer’s kindergarten class says The Pledge of Allegiance and sings “My Country ‘Tis of Thee” and “America the Beautiful” 10:10 a.m. Sarah Mannix sings “The Star-Spangled Banner” 10:15 a.m. “Talented Kids of Port Washington” show 12:15 p.m. Bach to Rock performances 12:45 p.m. Olga Berest Dance Studio performers 1:15 p.m. Voice Academy performances 1:45 p.m. Danceworks Studio performers 2:15 p.m. Shining Studios selections from Spelling Bee 3:15 p.m. Bands of HarborFest presented by iSchool of Music • Opening Of The Treasure Chest: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. • Enviro-Expo • Art In The Park Booths and

Workshops: 12 p.m. Clay Workshop for Children ages 6-12 1:30 p.m. Plein Air (Outdoor) Painting All Day: Button Making • Model Boat Regatta at Baxter’s Pond, first race at 10 a.m. • New Nautical Exhibit In Tugboat Museum: “The Real Port Washington” • PAL basketball and baseball • Free tours of Manhasset Bay Yacht Club (Travel By Launch) • Fabulous Food Court with “A Taste Of Port Washington” • Merchant And organization booths and exhibits • Kayaking And Paddle Boarding • Free Reusable Tote Bags for first 2,000 visitors • Much more. Saturday, June 3: Sunset Sail aboard the SoundWaters, 6–8 p.m. Admiral Sponsor: Anton Media Group Sponsors: Apple & Eve, Anthony’s World of Floors, Atlantic Outfitters, Austin F. Knowles Inc. Funeral Homes, Baxter’s Pond Foundation, Bendix Engineering, Blank Slate Media, Blue Ribbon Travel, Camp Jacobson, Center Island Contracting, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Dance Arts Centre, Danceworks NY, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, Diane’s Place Hair Salon, Dime Community Bank, Dolphin Bookshop, Falun Dafa Exercises, the Greater Port Washington BID, Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa, Happy Montessori School, Healthy Kids Pediatrics, Hilton Garden Inn, Home Run Electric, I Love Hearing, In Focus Eyewear, InForm Fitness, Knights of Columbus , Laffey Real Estate, LASIK Vision Institute, Little

Smiles of Port Washington, LI Boat Rentals, Madison Taxi/Manorhaven Taxi/Port Washington Taxi, Manhasset Bay Yacht Club, Nautical Advisory Council of the PW Public Library, Newsday Home Delivery, Newsday Media Group, North Shore Yacht Club, Port Washington Calendar, Port Washington Federal Credit Union, Port Washington Public Library Foundation—Tepper Intergenerational Program, Port Washington Water Taxi, Port Washington Yacht Club, Renewal by Anderson, Roslyn Savings Bank – a Division of NYCB, Dr. Glen Ruben & Dr. Alec Ganci, Sandata Technologies, Sands Point Conservancy, Sherwin-Williams, St. Francis HospitalStrong’s Marine, Sylvan Learning Center, Tiny Sparkles Pediatric Dentistry, Toms Point Marina and the Port Washington Police Benevolent Association.

Special Thanks: The Art Guild, Ayhan’s Mediterranean Marketplace, CancerCare’s “Red Stocking Revue,” Grassroots Environmental Education, Nassau County, North Shore Vision— Dr. Scott Weil, Panera Bread, the Parent Resource Center, the Port Washington Fire Department, the Port Washington Police District, the Port Washington Water Pollution Control District, The Schmear Bakery and Market, Supervisor Judi Bosworth, Town of North Hempstead Councilwoman Dina DeGiorgio, Town of North Hempstead Highway Dept., Town of North Hempstead Dept. of Parks and Recreation, North Hempstead Office of Sustainability, and the Village of Baxter Estates.


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DOCK DAY from page 5C entertainment will kick off at 10 a.m. with Mrs. Meltzer’s Kindergarten class saying the Pledge of Allegiance and singing “My Country ‘Tis of Thee” and “America the Beautiful.” At 10:10 a.m., Port’s own Sarah Mannix will sing “The Star Spangled Banner.” Then at 10:15 a.m., the much-anticipated Talented Kids of Port Washington Show will begin. After the Talent Show, at 12:15 p.m., Bach To Rock will take the stage. At 12:45 p.m., the Olga Berest Dancers will perform. At 1:15 p.m., Voice Academy will entertain. At 1:45 p.m., there will be a performance by Danceworks NY Studio. At 2:15 p.m., Shining Studios will perform selections from Spelling Bee. Starting at 3:15 p.m., iSchool of Music will present “The Bands of HarborFest.” The Family Fun Stage is sponsored by Camp Jacobson, Diane’s Place Hair Salon, Healthy Kids Pediatrics and Little Smiles of Port Washington. The unique HarborFest Treasure Hunt, organized and sponsored by Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, will be back with fabulous prizes from local merchants and special gifts for all. Children can go to participating businesses from May 20 to June 3 and say the “secret message” to get a voucher for a chance to find

the lucky key to the Treasure Chest. (“One if by land, two if by sea, I’ll say ‘please’ for a chance for the key.”) They can bring their vouchers to the Treasure Hunt booth on the dock anytime from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. during Dock Day. On the town dock, there will be dozens of local merchants and organizations offering fine shopping and browsing, demonstrations, activities, give-aways, services and information. As always, a main attraction will be

HarborFest’s Fabulous Food Court. Port’s finest restaurants and organizations will present their specialties to feed the hungry crowds. There will be tasty selections from Ayhan’s Shish Kebab, LI Festival Catering, the Manhasset Bay Sportsmen’s Club, Port Youth Activities, Rosie’s Food Truck, the Schmear, The Wild Goose and Yummy Gyro. For sweet treats you will find delicious choices from Long Island Kettle Corn, Ralph’s Italian Ices and The Schmear.

Everyone in Port knows Mel’s Ice Cream truck. Look for Mel’s in Sunset Park, by the Art in the Park exhibits. Come hungry—you can feast all day at HarborFest. HarborFest will showcase free live entertainment in front of the “Pride of Cow Bay” Tugboat Museum at the entrance to the dock. Harmony Sky will get everyone in the mood for fun with the opening act at 10:15 a.m. HarborFest’s popular nautical singers, Stout, will return to perform their rousing melodies at 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. Martial arts will take center stage with a World Tae Kwon Do demonstration at 12 p.m. Don’t miss the Wright Brothers Ukelele Performance at 1:30 p.m. The talented cast of the Red Stocking Revue will perform several fabulous numbers from Port’s favorite variety show, beginning at 2 p.m. The HarborFest entertainment is sponsored by I Love Hearing (formerly Port Washington Hearing) and Sherwin-Williams. The mission of HarborFest is to promote environmental awareness and the HarborFest Committee offers free booths to organizations that promote the environment. There will be fascinating new hands-on demonstrations, special displays about

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DOCK DAY from page 9C Manhasset Bay and up-to-date information and products, all sponsored by A.A. Madison Taxi, Manorhaven Taxi and Port Washington Taxi. As part of the environmental awareness mission of HarborFest, the Town of North Hempstead Office of Sustainability will have a prominent booth near the dock entrance to give out important information for all residents. Look for their bottle recycling bins for disposal of plastic water bottles. Grassroots Environmental Education has organized a timely environmental education project that will tackle the issue of keeping our water free from pesticides. The project is called “I Love Long Island.” It will involve the fifth-graders from all of Port Washington’s elementary schools. Look for their fascinating exhibit in the Enviro-Expo section. Grassroots Environmental Education, a Port Washington-based nonprofit, has designed the project and worked with the children. The project is sponsored by Newsday Media Group and the Sands Point Conservancy. HarborFest’s Port Hole Pete will be at the helm of the Pride of Cow Bay Nautical Museum, where a new

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exhibit, “The Real Port Washington,” will be unveiled. The exhibit was curated by Debbie Greco (Greco Integrated Communications) and contains spectacular photos of the Port Washington waterfront taken by local photographers who posted them on the Facebook group “The Real Port Washington.” You can view the exhibit through the tugboat’s portholes. It will be on display throughout the coming year, beginning at HarborFest. This year’s exhibit is sponsored by Inform Fitness and Strong’s Marine. The bright red tugboat has been spruced up by Richie Garofalo of Anthony’s World of Floors. Garofalo is one of the original creators of the Pride of Cow Bay Museum. HarborFest is made possible by the Town of North Hempstead, the Port Washington Chamber of Commerce and the Admiral Sponsorship of

Anton Media Group. In addition to all the sponsors mentioned above, other HarborFest sponsors are: Apple & Eve, Anthony’s World of Floors, Austin F. Knowles, Inc. Funeral Home, Bendix Engineering, Blue Ribbon Travel, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Dance Arts Centre, Danceworks NY, Dime Community Bank, Dolphin Books, Falun Dafa Exercises, Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa, Happy Montessori School, Hilton Garden Inn, In Focus Eyewear, LASIK Vision Institute, Newsday Home Delivery, Port Washington Calendar, Port Washington Federal Credit Union, Renewal by Anderson, Roslyn Savings Bank—a Division of NYCB, Dr. Glen Ruben & Dr. Alec Ganci, St. Francis Hospital, Sylvan Learning Center, Tiny Sparkles Pediatric

Dentistry, Toms Point Marina, the Port Washington Police Benevolent Association and Fred Astaire Dance Studio of Manhasset. The Chamber of Commerce gives special thanks to The Art Guild, Ayhan’s Mediterranean Marketplace, CancerCare’s “Red Stocking Revue,” Grassroots Environmental Education, Nassau County, North Shore Vision—Dr. Scott Weil, Panera Bread, the Parent Resource Center, the Port Washington Fire Department, the Port Washington Police District, the Port Washington Water Pollution Control District, The Schmear Bakery and Market, Town of North Hempstead Supervisor Judi Bosworth, Town of North Hempstead Councilwoman Dina DeGiorgio, Town of North Hempstead Highway Dept., Town of North Hempstead Dept. of Parks and Recreation, Town of North Hempstead Office of Sustainability, and the Village of Baxter Estates. Admission to HarborFest is free. There is free parking and free town shuttle buses and a BID trolley at the LIRR station and Manorhaven Park. For additional information about HarborFest, call the Port Washington Chamber of Commerce at 516-883-6566, email office@pwcoc. org, visit www.pwcoc.org and www. pwguide.com or visit the chamber on Facebook.

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Art Guild Workshops At Art In The Park The 12th annual Art in the Park will be held during HarborFest on Sunday, June 4, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Look for it in Sunset Park, adjacent to the town dock on lower Main Street. The Art Guild of Port Washington, Inc. will offer two free workshops. Under the tent, “Fun with Clay,” will be held from noon to 1 p.m. Ideal for children 6 to 12 years, this workshop will explore various hand-building techniques. Beginning at 1:30 p.m., “Plein Air (Outdoor) Painting,” will offer participants the opportunity to paint on location at this waterfront park with the guidance of an instructor. Button making for all ages is a fun activity that will be available throughout the day. Materials for all workshops are free. In addition to art workshops offered by The Art Guild, local artists will have the opportunity to exhibit their work at this outdoor venue. Artwork to be displayed at Art in the Park can include all visual media, such

sketch outdoors in the park for a registration fee of $5. Anyone interested in participating in Art in the Park should contact Ilene Silberstein at 516-3045797 or isilberstein@TheArtGuild.org. A registration form is available on the website at www.theartguild.org. The Art Guild of Port Washington, Inc. is a nonprofit organization providing encouragement, education and a forum for the appreciation of the visual arts. For further information about The Art Guild visit our website at www. theartguild.org or call 516 304-5797.

as painting, drawing, printmaking, photography and sculpture, (no crafts please). Only Port Washington residents or those associated with Port either through work or membership in a Port or Manhasset visual arts organization may exhibit. Artists are invited to rent a 10x10 foot space for $35 or six-linear feet of show fencing for $20. New this year will be the opportunity for artists to paint or

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THE PORT WASHINGTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PROUDLY THANKS THE TOWN OF NORTH HEMPSTEAD AND ALL OF OUR SPONSORS WHO HAVE GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED HARBORFEST 2017 WE SALUTE THEIR COMMUNITY SPIRIT! ADMIRAL SPONSORS

The fun begins early for the 27th annual HarborFest Dock Day on Sunday, June 4. At 10 a.m., the Parent Resource Center will open the Family Fun Park on the town dock, sponsored by Sandata Technologies. There will be activities and entertainment all day, plus more fun at the Model Boat Regatta in Baxter’s Pond and children’s workshops at Art in the Park in Sunset Park. The Parent Resource Center will have a train ride and exciting games, crafts and activities in the Fun Tent, all sponsored by North Shore Day Camp and Whole Foods Market Manhasset. The Science Museum of Long Island will offer hands-on fun with a touch tank, Mad Science will have goo making and other educational entertainment and the New York Islanders will have a Slap Shot booth. Plus, a dozen other local organizations and businesses will have activities, science fun, sports and crafts so the kids will never get bored. The Fun Park also features free family entertainment all day on the Family Fun Stage. The children’s entertainment will kick off at 10 a.m. with Mrs. Meltzer’s kindergarten class saying the Pledge of Allegiance and singing “My Country ‘Tis of Thee” and “America the Beautiful.” At 10:10 a.m., Port’s own Sarah Mannix will sing “The Star Spangled Banner.” Then at 10:15 a.m., the much anticipated Talented Kids of Port Washington Show will begin. After the Talent

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LIEUTENANT SPONSORS GREATER PORT WASHINGTON BID INFORM FITNESS I LOVE HEARING (FORMERLY PW HEARING) MADISON TAXI/MANORHAVEN TAXI/PORT WASHINGTON TAXI NAUTICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE OF THE PW PUBLIC LIBRARY PW LIBRARY FOUNDATION - TEPPER INTERGENERATIONAL PROGRAM SANDATA TECHNOLOGIES SHERWIN-WILLIAMS STRONG’S MARINE ENSIGN SPONSORS ATLANTIC OUTFITTERS CAMP JACOBSON DANCE ARTS CENTRE DIANE’S PLACE HAIR SALON HEALTHY KIDS PEDIATRICS LITTLE SMILES OF PORT WASHINGTON LONG ISLAND BOAT RENTALS NEWSDAY MEDIA GROUP PORT WASHINGTON WATER TAXI SANDS POINT PRESERVE CONSERVANCY MATE SPONSORS ANTHONY’S WORLD OF FLOORS APPLE & EVE AUSTIN F. KNOWLES, INC. FUNERAL HOME BENDIX ENGINEERING BLUE RIBBON TRAVEL CENTER ISLAND CONTRACTING COLDWELL BANKER RESIDENTIAL BROKERAGE DANCEWORKS NY DIME COMMUNITY BANK DOLPHIN BOOKS FALUN DAFA EXERCISE FRED ASTAIRE DANCE STUDIO OF MANHASSET HAND & STONE MASSAGE AND FACIAL SPA HAPPY MONTESSORI SCHOOL HILTON GARDEN INN IN FOCUS EYEWEAR KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 1227 LAFFEY REAL ESTATE LASIK VISION INSTITUTE MANHASSET BAY YACHT CLUB NEWSDAY SUBSCRIPTIONS NORTH SHORE YACHT CLUB PORT WASHINGTON CALENDAR PORT WASHINGTON FEDERAL CREDIT UNION PORT WASHINGTON YACHT CLUB RENEWAL BY ANDERSON ROSLYN SAVINGS BANK – A DIVISION OF NYCB DR. GLEN RUBEN & DR. ALEC GANCI, GENERAL DENTISTRY ST. FRANCIS HOSPITAL SYLVAN LEARNING CENTER TINY SPARKLES PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY TOMS POINT MARINA PARENT RESOURCE CENTER SPONSORS NORTH SHORE DAY CAMP WHOLE FOODS MARKET MANHASSSET

Family Fun Day At Harborfest

The Port Washington Chamber of Commerce offers special thanks to: The Art Guild, Ayhan’s Mediterranean Marketplace, CancerCare’s “Red Stocking Revue”, Grassroots Environmental Education, Nassau County, North Shore Vision – Dr. Scott Weil, Panera Bread, the Parent Resource Center, the Port Washington Fire Department, the Port Washington Police District, the Port Washington Water Pollution Control District, The Schmear Bakery & Market, Town of North Hempstead Supervisor Judi Bosworth, Town of North Hempstead Councilwoman Dina DeGiorgio, Town of North Hempstead Dept. of Parks and Recreation, Town of North Hempstead Highway Dept., Town of North Hempstead Office of Sustainability, and the Village of Baxter Estates.

Show, at 12:15 p.m., Bach To Rock will take the stage. At 12:45 p.m., the Olga Berest Dancers will perform. At 1:15 p.m., Voice Academy will entertain. At 1:45 p.m., there will be a performance by Danceworks NY Studio. At 2:15 p.m., Shining Studios will perform selections from Spelling Bee. Starting at 3:15 p.m., iSchool of Music will present “The Bands of HarborFest.” The Family Fun Stage is sponsored by Camp Jacobson, Diane’s Place Hair Salon, Healthy Kids Pediatrics and Little Smiles of Port Washington. The unique HarborFest Treasure Hunt, organized and sponsored by Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International

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FAMILY FUN from page 12C Realty, will be back with fabulous prizes from local merchants and special gifts for all. Children can go to participating businesses from May 20 to June 3 and say the “secret message” to get a voucher for a chance to find the lucky key to the Treasure Chest. (“One if by land, two if by sea, I’ll say ‘please’ for a chance for the key.”) They can bring their vouchers to the Treasure Hunt booth on the dock anytime from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. during Dock Day. One of the most exciting things for kids of all ages will be the demonstration of the Port Washington Fire Department’s new fire boat, which will be in Manhasset Bay, on the town dock ramp. If you want a taste of nostalgia, the whole family can catch a free ride on the North Fork Trolley, sponsored by the Greater Port Washington BID. The trolley will serve as one of the shuttles to take people between the train station and the town dock. The HarborFest Model Boat Regatta features pontoon-style boats made by third-graders from recycled materials. Registration will be at Baxter’s Pond and will begin at 9:15 a.m. for Sousa and Daly, at 10 a.m. for Guggenheim and Salem, and 10:30 a.m. for Manorhaven and St. Peter’s. The Port Washington Public Library Foundation—Tepper Intergenerational Program sponsored T-shirts for the participants. Benefactors are the Baxter’s Pond Foundation and the Nautical Advisory Committee of the Port Washington Public Library. Major sponsors are Atlantic Outfitters, Center Island Contractors, Knights of Columbus Council 1227, Laffey Real Estate, the Manhasset Bay Yacht Club, North Shore Yacht Club and the Port Washington Yacht Club. Additional financial support is received from many Chamber of Commerce members. For budding artists, Art In The Park will have a special free workshop for children called “Fun With Clay” beginning at noon. They will also have button making all day. Art In The Park is organized and sponsored by The Art Guild with additional sponsorship from the Knickerbocker Bay Club. Kids and their families can go for a sail or take a cruise around beautiful Manhasset Bay. Port Washington’s Water Taxi is offering scenic cruises around Manhasset Bay throughout HarborFest. Long Island Boat Rentals is bringing in the ship, Avalon, which will offer historical tours by docents of the Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society. Children ages five and older and their families can board the

schooner SoundWaters for a sail around the Bay and back in time. Sails leave at noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. This year’s environmental education project will tackle the issue of pollution of our water supply. Fifth-graders from all of Port Washington’s elementary schools will participate. Patti Wood, of Grassroots Environmental Education, will conduct the classroom lessons and set up a display with the children’s work at HarborFest. Grassroots Environmental Education is a Port Washington-based nonprofit. This year’s project is sponsored by Newsday Media Group and the Sands Point Preserve Conservancy. Families can browse the craft and merchant booths and satisfy their hunger at the Fabulous Food Court. HarborFest offers tons of fun for everyone, so come to the town dock on Sunday, June 4, and plan to spend the whole day. For more information about HarborFest, call the Port Washington Chamber of Commerce at 516-883-6566, email office@pwcoc. org or visit www.pwcoc.org/harborfest.shtml.


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SoundWaters Returns To HarborFest The 80-foot, three-masted schooner SoundWaters will set sail for Manhasset Bay during HarborFest 2017, an experience you won’t want to miss. Tell your friends and family and reserve now for the June 3 and 4 sails. On Saturday night, June 3, the SoundWaters will offer a Sunset Sail from 6 to 8 p.m. During HarborFest Dock Day, on Sunday, June 4, you can sail from the Port Washington Town Dock at 12, 2 and 4 p.m. It’s best to arrive at least 20 minutes beforehand. Each Dock Day sail will last about 1¼ hours. Reservations for all sails are made online at harborfestcruises.eventbrite.com. Phone reservations are not accepted. The cost for the Saturday night Sunset Sail is $35 per person, all ages. The cost for the Sunday Dock Day sails is $25 for adults, $15 for children under 12. Please note that children under 5 should not participate in the cruises. Founded in 1989, SoundWaters is a leading environmental educational organization, based in Stamford, CT. Its mission is to educate children and adults about the wonders and beauty of Long Island Sound and its watershed. The schooner travels throughout the western Sound, bringing educational programs to schools throughout the region, including the Port Washington school district. For more information about HarborFest and the SoundWaters, call the Chamber of Commerce at 516-883-6566 or email office@pwcoc.org.

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On Sunday, June 5, at the “Pride of Cow Bay” Tugboat 10:15 AM: “CODA BAY BAND” Voice Academy 11:00 AM: “STOUT” Nautical Singers 12:00PM:

12:30 PM:

1:30PM:

WORLD TAEKWONDO DEMONSTRATION “STOUT” Nautical Singers

WRIGHT BROTHERS Ukelele Duo

2:00 PM:

“RED STOCKING REVUE” Encore

4:30 PM:

FRED ASTAIRE DANCE STUDIO OF MANHASSET Demonstration

3:30 PM:

“STOUT” Nautical Singers

SPONSORED BY PRECISION WORK

HARBORFEST FUN STAGE

On Sunday, June 5, in the Fun Park 10:00am:

Mrs. Meltzer’s Kindergarten Class says “The Pledge of Allegiance” and sings “My Country ’Tis of Thee” and “America the Beautiful”

10:10am:

Hannah Ericsson & Sophia Schleibeler Sing “The Star Spangled Banner”

10:15am:

“Talented Kids of Port Washington”

12:00pm:

Shining Studio

12:30pm:

Danceworks NY Studio

1:00pm:

Hip Hop - Port Teen Center

1:20pm:

Voice Academy

2:00pm:

iSchool of Music & Art Presents “The Bands of HarborFest”

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About HarborFest Sponsors Anthony’s World Of Floors

Anthony’s World of Floors, owned and operated by the Garofalo Family since 1972. Our 44-year-old family business is built on our father’s dedication to good, old-fashioned, friendly customer service. We take it very seriously to meet the standards our parents have set for us. We are committed to providing first quality service as affordable and efficiently as possible. Full service flooring company: Hardwood, Carpet, Vinyl, Laminate, Organic Wool and Cork. Offering expert craftsmen, free estimates, shop at home service and 0 percent financing. 49 Manorhaven Blvd., 516-883-2159. www.anthonysworldoffloors.com

Anton Media Group— Port Washington News

Established in 1984, Anton Media Group consists of award-winning community newspapers, magazines, specialty publications and digital sites, which cover local markets throughout Nassau County. Anton delivers high quality hyper-local news, as well as targeted niche and lifestyle publications. Our brands, dating back to 1877, have a commitment to delivering trusted and relevant content to the communities we serve. For more information, check out www.antonmediagroup.com. One of Anton’s 16 community newspapers, the Port Washington News has served the Port Washington community for 112 years. The Port News covers everything from village and school board meetings to the civic associations and more. The Port Washington News is the community’s best source for information on Port’s issues, events and people, as well as a great place to get information on your favorite local merchants. The Port Washington News is proud to be an Admiral Sponsor of HarborFest since it began in 1990. Stop by the office at 270 Main St., call 516-7670035 or visit the website at www. portwashington-news.com.

Apple & Eve

For more than 40 years, Apple & Eve has been committed to producing a variety of wholesome, pure juices that taste great and are great for you. In fact, to this day making juices is all we do—and we put all our resources and energy into bringing you delicious juices that you and your family will love.

Atlantic Outfitters

Atlantic Outfitters, www.kayak4rent. com, 405 Main St., Port Washington, 516-767-2215. Kayak, Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP), and Row Boat Rentals. Full Service Bait and Tackle Shop with fresh and frozen bait.

Austin F. Knowles, Inc., Funeral Home

Austin F. Knowles, Inc. Funeral Home was established in Port Washington in 1905. This nondenominational funeral home is owned and operated by the Knowles family to this day. Austin F. Knowles, Inc. Funeral Home offers a full range of services including but not limited to traditional funerals, international service, cremations and funeral preplanning.

Baxter’s Pond Foundation

The Baxter’s Pond Foundation’s mission is to beautify and maintain the landscape surrounding Baxter’s Pond in the Barbara Johnson Park & Preserve. We are a proud sponsor of the HarborFest 2017 Model Boat Regatta, as well as host to the hundreds of ducks, birdwatchers and daffodils that visit us each spring. We meet our goal to help keep Manhasset Bay’s watershed clean through the support of generous donations and volunteer efforts by our whole community and salute all the participants of the regatta and wish you “Bon Voyage!” To learn more or to support the work of the Baxter’s Pond Foundation, like us on Facebook or visit www.baxterspond.org.

Bendix Engineering, PC

Bendix Engineering is proud member of the Port Washington business community, providing mechanical and electrical engineering services for commercial and retail projects. We are proud to support HarborFest and all the fabulous activities supported and organized by the Port Washington Chamber of Commerce. 8 Haven Ave., Suite 202, 516-441-5500.

Blank Slate Media

Blank Slate Media is the publisher of six award-winning weekly newspapers including the Port Washington Times, the new newspaper of Port Washington, as well as our website—www.theislandnow.com. The newspapers and website provide professionally written, professionally edited coverage focused on each community—from schools to

village government, from sports to entertainment, to everything in between. They also provide the most cost-effective way for businesses, professionals and service to reach their audience. You can reach us at 516-307-1045 ext. 202. Editorial submissions can be made to news@ theislandnow.com. You can also mail us at 105 Hillside Ave., Williston Park.

Blue Ribbon Travel

Blue Ribbon Travel celebrates our two-year anniversary. Please stop by our booth for travel specials and give-aways.

Camp Jacobson

With more than 35 activity areas from sports to swim, adventure, arts and more, Camp Jacobson is the day camp that has it all. Your child’s experience is all-inclusive, with door-to-door transportation in air-conditioned mini-buses, kosher and nut-free lunch/snack and complimentary towel service. We are a non-tipping camp. Staff gratuities are included in your tuition. Visit us at www.campjacobson.com and contact us today at 516-626-1094 to schedule your personal tour.

Center Island Contracting

Whether you are renovating, improving or building, our staff is committed to bringing your visions to life. With two generations of experience we will not waiver in our promise to provide you with great value, unparalleled service, security and convenience. 95 Florida St., Farmingdale, NY 11735. 516-4814707. www.centerislandcontracting. com.

Coldwell Banker

Coldwell Banker is the oldest and most established residential real estate franchise system in North America. Founded by Colbert Coldwell in 1906 and later Benjamin Banker, Coldwell Banker changed the way people bought and sold homes across America. More than 100 years later, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is part of the NRT LLC, the nation’s largest residential real estate company which has more than 1,000 offices, 59,000 sales associates and 8,000 employees operating in 35 major metropolitan areas. Come visit us at our Doggie Watering Station at HarborFest. 516767-9290, 516-365-5780.

Dance Arts Centre

Located in Port Washington since 1972, our goal is to enrich our students lives through dance and movement as well as to inspire a love of dancing. We ask our students to challenge themselves by learning something new, show them the potential for fun and fitness as they learn and watch them enjoy their individual sense of achievements as they succeed. 1019 Port Washington Blvd., 516-883-7202.

Danceworks, NY

Danceworks, NY is dedicated to helping our students access their creativity. We focus on developing our students’ technique, discipline and self-confidence, while providing a fun and stimulating learning environment. Danceworks, NY offers dance instruction to ages 2-18 years and has several competition teams. 516-7673262, www.danceworksny.com

Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc.

Buying or selling real estate is the biggest financial transaction most people will ever make. Consequently, it makes sense to choose a real estate company that has a reputation for knowledge, experience and integrity. Whether you are seeking to sell or buy a cottage or a castle, consult the expert staff at Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty at 350 Main St., Port Washington. Call us at 516-8832900 or visit us at www.danielgale. com.

Diane’s Place Hair Salon

Here at Diane’s Place Hair Salon we offer a variety of services for women, men and children—cuts, waves and colors. Our doors are always open— come in and give us a try. Store hours: Tuesday and Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday and Thursday, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and Saturday and Sunday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Closed Mondays. Call 516-767-3834.

Dime Community Bank

Dime Community Bank delivers financial services of the highest quality by relying on traditional, time-honored principles like personal service and good, honest value. As a trusted community bank for more than 150 years, we have deep roots in the communities we serve and our

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HarborFest 2017 T-Shirts To celebrate the 27th annual HarborFest on Sunday, June 4, the HarborFest Committee of the Port Washington Chamber of Commerce has created commemorative T-shirts. The design was created by Richie Garofalo (Anthony’s World of Floors) who has designed every HarborFest shirt since the event began. The adultsized shirts are garment-dyed sage green and the children’s sizes are garment-dyed denim blue. The design itself is one that everyone in Port will appreciate—a lighthouse with beacons proclaiming “Protecting the Bay since 1991” (the year

HarborFest began). The shirts are sure to be popular for all who live here or are looking for a special “hometown” gift, so the Chamber of Commerce has started to sell them before HarborFest. They are available at the Chamber of Commerce office, 329 Main St. Of course, they will be on sale all day at HarborFest. They are just $12 each or two for $20—all sizes. The shirts are high quality, all cotton and pre-shrunk. For more information about the shirts or HarborFest, call the Chamber of Commerce at 516883-6566 or email office@pwcoc.org.

Berest Dance Center

Music On The Harbor

Stout is just one of the musical acts set to perform at HarborFest 2017.

SUMMERDANCE 2017 July 10th - August 11th

2-Week 5-Hour Intensive with Heather and Orion (ages 15-adult) July 10-July 20 Monday-Friday 9:30-3:30 pm. Curriculum includes ballet, modern and repertory class each day. There will be a show at the end.

Junior 5-Hour Intensive

(ages 12-15) July 10- August 4. Monday-Friday 10-3:30 pm. Curriculum includes ballet every day, musical theatre, tap, Broadway jazz, lyrical, improvisation, contemporary and hip hop.

Young Dancer 5-Hour Intensive Heather Berest and Orion Duckstein in Paul Taylor’s “Spring Round” Photo by Lois Greenfield

(ages 9-12) July 10- August 4. Monday-Friday 10-3:30 pm. Curriculum includes ballet, tap, hip hop and choreography class.

Young Dancer Camp

(ages 6-8) July 31-August 4 //August 7-11. Monday-Friday 9 -12 pm. Curriculum includes ballet, tap, hip hop, and young creators choreography class.

ENROLL FOR SUMMER AND FALL CLASSES ONLINE AT www.berestdance.com OR CALL US AT (516) 944-6687

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customers have come to trust Dime for their personal and business banking needs, for business financing and for financial guidance. Please visit your local community Dime branch at 1000 Port Washington Blvd. or call us at 516-883-8100.

Falun Dafa

Falun Dafa is a traditional cultivation practice that improves mental and physical wellness, through a series of easy-to-learn exercises and meditation (gentle and slow moving). Since Falun Dafa’s public introduction in 1992, the practice has spread to more than 100 countries world-wide and is practiced by more than 100 million people. The cultivation practice is guided by the principles of—truthfulness, compassion and tolerance. People can achieve physical health, mental balance and inner peace.

Fred Astaire Dance Studio Of Manhasset

Fred Astaire Dance Studio of Manhasset offers dance instruction on Private and Group levels as well as practice sessions. At our studio learning how to dance is made to feel easy and fun. We teach adults and kids, all levels from beginners to advanced, Couples or singles welcomed. Walk into Fred Astaire Dance Studio and start dancing today. We are located at 20 Park Ave, Manhasset. For more information please call 516-4395477 or see us at FredAstaire.com/ Manhasset.

The Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District

The Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District (The BID) established in 1995 by the Town of North Hempstead, encompasses the business community in the Villages of Baxter Estates, Manorhaven, Port North and the unincorporated area of Port. It is the first and only BID in the state to cross municipal boundaries. The BID includes commercial properties and commercial tenants within a 5 square mile area. The 11 member BID Board of Directors are responsible for promotion, tourism, streetscape improvements, holiday decorations, facade improvements, community entrance signs and assistance for local businesses, and suggested zoning recommendations. For information call 516-883-8890 or write gpwbid@ optonline.net.

Hand & Stone Massage And Facial Spa

Beautiful, relaxing atmosphere here for all of your wellness needs. We

are a full service day spa offering massage, facial and hair removal. Please come and see us at 987 Port Washington Blvd, Port Washington, 516-944-6000. Open sevem days a week, flexible hours and free Parking in rear.

Happy Montessori School

The Happy Montessori School provides enriching, engaging, and joyful education for children 2 years, 8 months through 5 years old. The school is proud to have educated Port Washington’s preschoolers for the past four decades, all with the same warm, loving director. The school has maintained its tradition of nurturing and educating, but also enhances its programs each year. The most recent changes are a bright new classroom and a gym. In addition, the summer program is now at the beautiful Sands Point Preserve, allowing children to spend their days between hiking trails, an outdoor learning center and a storybook castle.

Healthy Kids Pediatrics

Dr. Hilton Silver, Dr. Madeline Pugliese and Dr. Naomi Jackman are board certified pediatricians specializing in newborns, infants, children and adolescents. They are affiliated with Northwell Health, Cohen’s Children’s Medical Center and Winthrop University Hospital. Their office is located at 211 Main St. and they can be reached at 516-9446015 and 516-944-8555. Office hours are by appointment.

Home Run Electric

Home Run electric is owned and operated by Giuseppe Di Bartolomeo. We are a full service electrical company that is able to service your electrical needs for the home, office or business. We have five crews that service the Port Washington area daily. Visit our new Kohler generator showroom at 1146 Port Washington Blvd., and our main office at 12 Maple St., Port Washington. 516-708-1666

In Focus Eyewear

I am Eli Moscovitz, formerly serving you as an optician on Main Street in Port. I am pleased to announce that I now own my own shop, In Focus Eyewear, to continue to serve your vision needs with the same expert advice, service and style that you have come to know and expect from me. I am a full service shop and carry great, stylish frames, sunglasses, low vision magnifiers, as well as fitting contact lenses. Eye exams are available, by appointment. I am conveniently located nearby at 1015 Willis Ave. in Albertson, with plenty

of free parking. Telephone: 516-2480414. www.infocusoptician.com

InForm Fitness

InForm Fitness is a one-on-one personal training studio specializing in the Power of 10 technique. Founded by New York Times bestselling author, Adam Zickerman, InForm Fitness promises to provide a week’s worth of exercise in a single, 20 minute workout. Call for your complimentary workout at their new Port Washington location or stop and visit their mobile gym at HarborFest.

Knights Of Columbus Council no. 1227

The Port Washington Knights of Columbus Council no. 1227 located at 155 Manorhaven Blvd. is a men’s fraternal society, which is the largest Catholic family fraternal service organization in the world. The Knights aspire to strength in solidarity and security through unity of purpose and devotion to a holy cause. They vow to be defenders of their country, their families and their faith. The order has been called “the strong right arm of the church.” For further information and/or interest in joining, please visit our website at www.kofc1227.org or contact Tom Scalise, Grand Knight, 516-532-1691 or Dan Garcia, membership director, 516-358-1817.

Lasik Vision Institute

At the Lasik Vision Institute, our experienced independent Lasik eye surgeons have conducted more than 1.1 million procedures nationwide. In less than 15 minutes, we can make your dream of enjoying more activities without being dependent on glasses a reality.

Dr. Glen S. Ruben & Dr. Alec Ganci, General Dentistry & Dr. Jennifer Fountain, Little Smiles Of Port Washingon

Dr. Glen Ruben and his team have been providing quality dental care for the entire family for almost 25 years. Our office is located at 308 Main St.. Come visit us during HarborFest and meet the doctors and the tooth fairy. We are always available to see emergencies promptly and of course welcome new patients. Call us at 516-944-3400.

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We are looking forward to serving you. A.A. Madison Taxi—516-883-3800. Manorhaven Taxi—516-883-6300. Port Washington Taxi—516-944-3800.

Manhasset Bay Yacht Club

The historic 125-year-old Manhasset Bay Yacht Club is at the heart of sailing and waterfront activities on Manhasset Bay. It’s junior sailing and children’s programs are enjoyed by many families. A large fleet of member-owned and club-owned boats are accessed by our first class launch service and dry-sail facility. Members and their guests enjoy our waterfront dining rooms and terraces and cozy grill room for year-round dining and parties, including weddings and other formal occasions. Shore side activities include swimming, tennis, platform tennis, trap shooting and bridge. MBYC is pleased to share our love of the waterfront and sailing by sponsoring the Model Boat Regatta for the third-graders of the Port Washington schools. We wish you fair winds to all the competitors. MBYC 455 Main St., 516-767-2150.

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collects classic works in the field of boating and yachting and provides access to maps, charts and cruising guides primarily of the Northeast and the Atlantic Coast. The Center promotes its nautical interest by sponsoring programs for the nautically minded as well as the general public. It also provides space for exhibition of its collections as well as facilities for the researcher.

Newsday Media Group

Newsday Media Group offers a diverse portfolio of advertising opportunities for both mass reach and pinpoint targeting. Our suite of products includes daily and Sunday Newsday, reaching nearly 1 million daily and 1.1 million Sunday readers on Long Island, www. newsday.com which is one of the most visited newspaper sites in the nation, 82 midweek (Hometown Shopper) localized shopper publications delivered weekly across the island, as well as a variety of specialized sections and niche publications.

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North Shore Day Camp

The Parent Resource Center’s Fun Park is sponsored by North Shore Day Camp. At North Shore Day Camp we offer a unique blend of athletic and creative activities with the goals of building self-esteem and self-confidence in a fun and safe environment.

North Shore Yacht Club

The North Shore Yacht Club (www. nsyc.net), established in 1871, and often called Port Washington’s “Best Kept Secret” is for people who love sailing, whether with or without, a boat with very affordable fees. Its fleet consists almost exclusively of sailboats, ranging from small one-design racers to ocean-going cruisers. Complemented with Junior Sailing and Boat Sharing Programs, well-sheltered anchorage, world class launch service, active cruising, racing, education and social calendars and with friendly members, the Club offers an ideal match for sailors of all ages, levels and interests. Come share the NSYC “Secret” and experience the “Passion” at info@nsyc.net or 516-883-9823.

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The Real Port Washington Facebook Group Photos On Display

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Facebook group were asked to submit photos for this year’s Nautical Museum exhibit, the dearth of photos was mesmerizing. Selecting only 12 images While it’s hard to take a bad picture anywhere in out of the dozens of gorgeous shots provided was Port Washington, many photographers are natural- a tough task. Not surprisingly, most of the submisly drawn to the shoreline. And it’s no wonder. We sions were of sunsets on Manhasset Bay. never get tired of gazing out over Manhasset Bay The Pride of Cow Bay Nautical Museum, and Hempstead Harbor or watching geese swim by which looks like a bright red tugboat located at on Baxter or Mill Pond. the Town Dock, will present “Photos of The Real So, when members of The Real Port Washington Port Washington Facebook Group” in an exhibit PORTWASHINGTON@ANTONMEDIAGROUP.COM

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Sunday, June 4th

HarborFest 2017 Committees Chairman

Mitch Schwartz, Chamber co-president & Millennium Software

Art In The Park

Diane Bares, The Art Guild Ilene Silberstein, The Art Guild

Baxter’s Pond Foundation

Holly Byrne

Craft Show

Drina Scheiber, The Bart Group Mitch Schwartz, co-president & Millenium Software

Cruises

Bill Gordon, LI Boat Rentals Matt Meyran, Port Washington Water Taxi Katherine Crean, Apple Home Organization Bobbie Polay, Chamber of Commerce

Entertainment at the Tugboat

Ann Merfogel, Newsday and Newsday Media Group Bobbie Polay, Chamber of Commerce Melissa Spitalnick, Blank Slate Media

Members At-Large

Jerry Baldassaro, Town Planner Calendar Carl Lalena, Kiwanis Club Jerry Rudnick, Kiwanis Club

Model Boat Regatta

Hank Brakman Joan Brakman Holly Byrne Fred Hsu Laura Silver McGuire Bill Palafox Mary Lu Dempsey Palafox Tom Scalice Paul Schrynemakers Marian Weissman

Marie Marcellino

Nautical Museum Exhibit

Debbie Greco Cohen, Greco Barbara Faticone, Cancer Care Integrated Communications Bobbie Polay, Chamber of Commerce Richard Garofalo, Anthony’s World of Floors

Enviro-Expo

Bobbie Polay, Chamber of Commerce

Police District Liaisons

Environmental Education Project

Deputy Chief Robert DelMuro Detective Anthony Guzzello Sergeant William Zwerlein

Family Fun Stage

Richard Garofalo, Anthony’s World of Floors

Patti Wood, Grassroots Environmental Education Debbie Greco Cohen, Greco Integrated Communications

Food and Beverages

Brian Kenny, LI Festival Catering Bobbie Polay, Chamber of Commerce

Fun Park

Trish Class, Parent Resource Center Erin Orr, Parent Resource Center

Grounds, Equipment & Communication

Katherine Crean, Apple Home Organization Mitch Schwartz, Chamber Co-president & Millenium Software

Marketing and Publicity

Mari Gaudet, Port Washington News Debbie Greco Cohen, Greco Integrated Communications Elizabeth Johnson, Port Washington News Marie Marcellino, Port Washington Calendar

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Signs and Banners

J.B. Meyer, Chief Signs

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Town of North Hempstead

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Kathy Levinson, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Kiwanis

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Sunday, June 4th

HarborFest Model Boat Regatta Don’t miss this year’s 21st annual HarborFest Model Sailboat Regatta for third-graders on Sunday, June 4, at Baxter’s Pond in Port Washington. The regatta is an exciting part of the HarborFest 2017 celebration where third-graders make and sail their own pontoon-style boats made with recycled materials. All third-graders who register on race day morning will have a chance to win. Race day registration times at Baxter’s Pond are staggered for participants as follows: • Sousa & Daly—9:15 a.m. • Guggenheim & Salem—10 a.m. • Manorhaven & St. Peter’s—10:30 a.m. The first elimination heat will take place at 10 a.m. with the final heat slated for 11 a.m. The awards ceremony immediately follows. The children will compete against other “skippers” from their schools, with the winners of these rounds racing against other schools. During the awards ceremony, awards will go to individual school

champions, the first, second and third place overall finishers and the prestigious Team Spirit Award to the school with the highest percent of participation in the regatta. The regatta school instruction chairperson is Marian Weissman. She and many capable volunteer instructors will have met with more than 400 third-graders at all of Port’s elementary schools to show them how to make their boats. Empty milk or juice cartons are transformed into pontoons. Paper sails and plastic bags are turned into sails. Wooden dowels serve as masts and booms, and slats of wood act as keels to keep the boats sailing upright and straight. Bill Palafox is the Principle Race Officer (PRO) for the actual race day and responsible for the day’s operation. He is ably supported by his team of Hank Brakman, Joan Brakman, Holly Byrne, Mary Lu Dempsey-Palafox, Fred Hsu, Laura Silver McGuire, Tom Scalice and Paul Schrynemakers.

The first 200 children to register for the event will receive T-shirts, compliments of the Tepper Intergenerational Program of the Port Washington Public Library Foundation. Benefactors for the event are the Baxter’s Pond Foundation and the Nautical Advisory Council of the Port Washington Public Library. Major sponsors include Atlantic Outfitters, Center Island Contractors, Knights of Columbus Council 1227, Laffey Real Estate, Manhasset Bay Yacht Club, North Shore Yacht Club and Port Washington Yacht Club. Additional financial support is received from many Chamber of Commerce members. The regatta was created to fire kids’ imaginations and give them the challenge of creating something themselves, seeing their creation in action, all while learning the principles of buoyancy and sailing. It is also a great way for them to begin to develop a lifelong appreciation for the water as well as helping them develop team spirit.


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HarborFest nine years ago, the monthly calendar provides a comprehensive list of events, meetings, activities and gatherings of importance for residents and visitors alike. Distribution through more than 200 retailers, restaurants, financial institutions, supermarkets and other high traffic locations. A growing list of advertisers has recognized the response, readership and local orientation of the Port Washington Calendar. In print, on the web, www.pwcalendar.com and via email. 516-883-0313

Port Washington Federal Credit Union

Port Washington Federal Credit Union (PWFCU) is a community based financial institution. Located on Middle Main Street in Port. The office and ATM house service-oriented savings and loan banking products and beneficial rates for the consumers. The motto: “We welcome those who live, work or worship in Port, Manhasset, Roslyn, Great Neck and the employees of the Town of North Hempstead.” This means: PWFCU actively helps individuals make wise choices and saves them money. Call 516-883-3537 or visit www.pwfcu.org.

Port Washington Library Foundation—Tepper Intergenerational Program

The Port Washington Library Foundation is a 501c3 organization which supports the Library by raising private funds for new initiatives in the areas of literacy and lifelong learning, information and technology, arts and cultural enrichment and building enhancement. The Tepper Intergenerational Program is a fund which supports intergenerational learning opportunities.

Port Washington Police Benevolent Association

PO Box 14, 516-944-0440

Port Washington Water Taxi— Meyran Marine Services

Our fleet of Coast Guard inspected commercial launches is at the ready. We promptly respond and pick you up from the shore or from your vessel and shuttle you to your destination. Try a Sunset Mini-Cruise, a ride to dinner at one of the famous waterfront restaurants or just enjoy an outing with the kids. Call 516-455-0411 (cell), 516-7671691 (office) or VHF Channel 9.

Port Washington Yacht Club

At the center of all the club’s activities is the clubhouse. It boasts an elegant dining room, a casual grill room

and the Commodores Lounge—a multi-purpose gathering place. In the summer months, the outdoor patio is a favorite spot to enjoy lunch or attend one of the club’s famous summer barbecues and clam bakes. The club’s social season is year-round and members are attracted to theme evenings, gala celebrations, children’s parties and current trends in dining. The club is also host to weddings and parties of all kinds for its members and sponsored friends.

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Renewal by Andersen is the full-service window-replacement division of 113-year-old Andersen Corporation, the owner of the most trusted family of window brands in America. We offer beautiful, energy efficient windows and patio doors that will look great in your home. Each of our replacement windows is custom made for a precise fit and excellent performance. 1-800661-5034, www.renewalbyandersen. com.

Roslyn Savings Bank— A Division Of New York Community Bank

Roslyn Savings Bank, a division of New York Community Bank, has been servicing the communities of Long Island for more than 150 years. With more than 50 conveniently located branches, seven day a week banking centers, innovative product offerings and unsurpassed customer service— we are known as the bank that always give you more. Roslyn Savings Bank—a history of strength, stability and service. Member FDIC.

Sandata Technologies

Sandata’s solutions enable home healthcare agencies, (Medicare, Medicaid or Private Duty, government or managed care payors) as well as any organization with a remote workforce to realize administrative cost savings, streamlined operational procedures and significantly reduced paperwork burdens. Sandata has more than 4,500 customers in 50 states using its products in more than 400,000 homes and processes more than 150 million telephone calls annually. Four data centers are strategically located across the country with state-of-the-art redundancy and disaster recovery capabilities. For additional information about Sandata, please visit www. sandata.com.

Sands Point Preserve Conservancy

The Sands Point Preserve on the original Guggenheim Estate embodies the grandeur and elegance that define the Gold Coast period of the early 20th

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SoundWaters j une 3 & jun e 4, 2017 sponsored by Embark on an exciting journey when you step aboard the three-masted schooner SoundWaters, moored in Port Washington for HarborFest 2017. Explore the heritage that sailors have shared throughout the centuries, while enjoying the breathtaking views of Manhasset Bay. It is an experience that you, your family and your friends are sure to delight in and remember.

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Sunset Cruise, Saturday, June 3, 6–8 pm. $35 (all ages)

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Sunday, June 4th

Feast At HarborFest Everyone loves festivals and looks forward to having a tasty lunch or snack at the food booths—and HarborFest’s Fabulous Food Court does not disappoint. This year you can look forward to wonderful and diverse selections brought to you by Port’s own caterers and organizations. Ayhan’s Shish Kebab will serve their famous Mediterranean specialties, while The Wild Goose will debut at HarborFest with perfect lobster rolls and The Schmear will also debut with—what else?— bagels with a variety of schmears (cream cheese). Yummy Gyro will cook up stuffed baked potatoes and roasted corn. Long Island Festival Catering will offer steak sandwiches, French fries and much more. Rosie’s Food Truck will return with gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches. The Manhasset Bay Sportsmen’s Club will be offering tasty shrimp cocktail

and “pickles on a stick.” To round out the selections, Port Youth Activities will grill up all-American hot dogs and hamburgers. In addition to lunch, there are many delicious treats in the food court. You don’t want to miss the Long Island Kettle Corn tent with fresh popped corn in many flavors. The Schmear will sell smoothies and delicious baked goods and Ralph’s Italian Ices will return with ice cold treats in many flavors. In addition, Mel’s Ice Cream Truck will return to Sunset Park, near the Art in the Park Tent. If you have ever been to HarborFest, you know the food court is unique among festivals because it offers both quality and diversity. If you are looking for a gourmet lunch or snack on the waterfront of beautiful Manhasset

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SPONSORS from page 29C century, when prominent American families built great mansions on large estates as summer retreats along the Long Island Sound. Sands Point was the famed “East Egg” of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. Today, the magnificent 216-acre park, including its historic mansions and the Phil Dejana Learning Center, is owned by Nassau County and is maintained and operated by the Sands Point Preserve Conservancy, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, formerly the Friends of the Sands Point Preserve. The Conservancy provides year-round educational and cultural programs, seasonal celebrations, mansion tours, fitness activities as well as private/corporate event services and film/TV location sites and facilities.

Sherwin-Williams

For 150 years, Sherwin-Williams has been an industry leader in the development of technologically advanced paint and coatings. As the nation’s largest specialty retailer of paint and painting supplies, SherwinWilliams is dedicated to supporting both do-it-yourselfers and painting professionals with exceptional and exclusive products, resources to make confident color selections and expert, personalized service at

its more than 4,000 neighborhood stores across North America. For more information call Kate (manager) at your local Port Washington Sherwin-Williams at 516-883-1395, log onto www.sherwin-williams. com or join Sherwin-Williams on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and Tumblr. SherwinWilliams no. 5881, 59 Shore Rd., Port Washington. Call 516-883-1395, fax 516-883-1397.

St. Francis Hospital

St. Francis Hospital is offering free blood pressure screenings at HarborFest. Join us for informative heart healthy information and an opportunity to discuss your Cardiac Health concerns with a Registered Cardiac Nurse.

Strong’s Marine

Since 1945, Strong’s Marine has been a family owned and operated business providing boaters with personal service, great value and lifetime memories. Strong’s Marine offers four sales locations across Long Island, Marinas with In-Water Dockage and Premium Dockage Services, a Resort Water Club on the Inlet of the Long Island Sound, Boat Rentals and Boat Club and full service centers for yachts and boats. Strong’s unsurpassed customer service and professionalism has earned

us the title of no. 1 ranked dealer in the Northeast consecutively since 2004 by Boating Industry and the first Marine Industry Certified Dealer in New York since 2006.

Sylvan Learning Center Of Port Washington

From tutoring to enrichment, to getting into college, we’re right there with you. Join us this summer for our Sylvan STEM camp which includes one hour of robotics, one hour of engineering, 1.5 hours of coding and one hour of other STEM related activities. Campers will build and program robots, create and test bridges during our engineering class and participate in coding classes to create video games. 23 Main St., 516303-9955, www.sylvanlearning.com.

Tiny Sparkles Pediatric Dentistry

Dr. Angie Chin invites you to visit her beautiful new office Tiny Sparkles Pediatric Dentistry at 164 Main St., Port Washington. We have convenient evening and weekend hours. $99 new patient special—call 516888-9789 for an appointment. www. tinysparkles.com

Toms Point Marina

1 Sagamore Hill Drive. 516-883-6630.

Town Of North Hempstead

The Town of North Hempstead is the fifth largest town in the United States with a population of more than 225,000. The town is known for its bays, harbors, ports, beautiful shoreline villages, cultural festivals, exceptional shopping and a commitment to serving the needs of its residents. The town is led by town Supervisor Judi Bosworth, Clerk Wayne Wink, Receiver of Taxes Charles Berman and six town councilpersons: Viviana Russell, Peter Zuckerman, Angelo Ferrara, Anna Kaplan, Lee Seeman and Dina De Giorgio.

Whole Foods Market Manhasset

Whole Foods Market Manhasset has been a proud member of the local community since 1996. We’re passionate about celebrating food while providing our shoppers with the highest quality natural and organic products available. In addition to our efforts inside the store, our commitment to community giving has allowed us opportunities to help our local neighborhoods flourish. For more information about our stores check us out on Instagram @ wholefoodslongisland, Facebook and Twitter @wholefoods or on the web at www.wholefoodsmarket.com/ manhassset.

The Best Louisiana Cookin’ at Biscuits & Barbeque FRESH CRAWFISH BOILS EVERY WEEKEND! Flown Up Fresh & Live Every Weekend from Louisiana

ENJOY OUR LOUISIANA CAJUN OR SMOKED BBQ

BISCUITS & BARBEQUE 516.493.9797

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Welcome to

2017 Harbor Fest Please stop by Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty's Port Washington Office across from the town dock for some light refreshments. We wish you a wonderful day!

Harry Andersen Janet Andreoni Carol Arnold Anne Arter Amanda Bechtold Alana Mitnick Benjamin Carol Berkowitz Francesca Morrocu Blass Alexa Bodner Richard Brody Karen Bruning Susan Cacioppo Maria Cantele Beth Catrone Marion Cohen Kathleen Collins Carol Anne Condon Elaine Conte Pauline Cremins Jennifer Cullen Barbara Dash Patricia DeFrancesco Celestina DiFeo Mary Donahue Yvonne “Bonnie” Doran Constance Egleston Helene Entwistle Fran Foster Diane Goetze Elena Grigorenko Lynn Hehn Margaret “Peggy” Iannucci Sharon Kallenberg Gale Keenan Joan Hope Kulman

Marjorie Lieberman Jane Levy Emma McMahon Virginia McMahon Julie Meyer Margie Miller Nava Mitnick Penelope Moroney Karen Morrison Brooke Naparty Mary Beth Nardone Virginia “Ginny” Pergola Teresa Pittard Maya Rajani Phyllis Realmuto Maryann Ressa Robert Ronzoni Perry Rootstein Linda Ruvio Richard Rybecky Julie Safran Dawn Serignese Emi Shoga Maria Spinelli Christine Stehn Susan Stein Evelyn Strauss Christopher Turano Tina Wang Jocelyn Weingard Helene Weingrow Joan Weintraub Donn Weissberg Sheldon Wong Andrew Wu

Port Washington Office • 516.883.2900 350 Main Street, Port Washington, NY

Each office is independently owned and operated. We are pledged to provide equal opportunity for housing to any prospective customer or client, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin.

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Harborfest 05-24-2017  

Harborfest is a special advertising supplement of Anton Media Group.

Harborfest 05-24-2017  

Harborfest is a special advertising supplement of Anton Media Group.

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