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The Oyster Festival At Theodore Roosevelt Park In Oyster Bay

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The 32nd Annual Oyster Festival is a project of the Club of Oyster Bay. The Rotary Rotary Club of Oyster Ba y, a part of Rotary International, is a volunteer organization wh ose members embrace the motto of “service above self.” Vo lunteers from the Rotary Club of Oyste r Bay produce the Oyster Bay Oyster Festival through its chari table arm, the Oyster Ba y Charitable Fund, Inc. The concept behind the Oyster Festival in its presen is to leverage the power t form of the Rotary volunteers by raising money directly to suppo rt local community organ izations and Rotary projects through the Oyster Bay Charitable Fund and by assisting local not-for-prof it clubs and organizations their own funds through to raise participation in the Thom as Reardon Memorial Food Court at the Festival. Of course, the Oyster Bay Oyster Festival has the ad ded benefit of showcasing the hamlet of Oyster Bay and the be auty of the waterfront to all who attend, as well as being just plain fun. The Rotary Club of Oyste r Bay welcomes you to the Annual Oyster Bay Oyste r Festival. Please safely en 32nd joy all that the Oyster Bay Oyster Fes tival has to offer.

The Oyster Festival’s 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. To honor his memory, community leaders organized a parade to celebrate Roosevelt’s 125th birthday. The parade proved so successful that it provided the roots of what would become the Oyster Festival in 1983. Today the Oyster Festival is a much-anticipated annual event that consistently attracts more than 200,000 visitors. Its continued success is due to the dedication of members of the Rotary Club of Oyster Bay, who are committed to this event yearround and to the members of the Long Island business community that sponsor the event. This year’s festival—the 32nd—is made possible in part by Verizon, the title sponsor. “Each year this event offers us a great opportunity to engage with many consumers and demonstrate the superior value of our products

and services,” said Patrick A. Lespinasse, Verizon’s director of state government affairs. “It also allows us to give back to the local community through our continuing work with the nonprofits involved, as well as Island Harvest and Coin Harvest to fight hunger on Long Island. We look forward to seeing so many of you during the festival.”

Donald Zoeller, Presiden t, Rotary Club of Oyster Bay

Festivities At A Glance Some other attractions of Oyster Festival include the return of the John J. Harvey fireboat. Enjoy pirate treasure hunts, music for all ages, huge multiple tents filled with handmade crafts, carnival rides and games, an exotic petting zoo, a bicycle stunt show, visit Theodore Roosevelt Park’s turf field and participate in scheduled soccer and football activities and of course, devour the freshest, most delicious oysters and seafood, all

while supporting local charities. Profits from all food court sales directly support the many participating local charities while proceeds from carnival rides and merchandise sales is donated to additional charities supported by the rotary throughout the year. Admission is free, parking is free and most activities are free. A family-friendly event, the Oyster Festival remains alcohol-free and pet-free.

Be sure to visit the title sponsor Verizon booth to find out how to get a free gift by purchasing a qualifying Verizon FiOS Triple Play bundle with 2-year agreement. The Stew Leonard’s farm fresh food truck with mascot Clover the Cow will be selling a limited menu of farm fresh food, including Stew Leonard’s Pistachio Nuts, Cranberry Fitness Mix, popcorn, coffee, Stew’s Best Cookies as well as a selection of locally grown produce.


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Entertainment On The Main Stage

The Life Enrichment Center of Oyster Bay Social Activities and Vital Services for Individuals 55+

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An Evening of Music, Dinner & Dancing Honoring Joan Kingsley & Richard Longworth Saturday, November 7, 2015, 7-11pm Brookville Country Club Cigar Rolling • Salsa Dancing Vintage Car Display • Silent Auction • Raffle

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Music begins on Saturday, Oct. 17, with Iridesense on the main stage from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. With Tara Eberle-Drouin on vocals and bass guitar, Rick Eberle on vocals and rhythm guitar, Rob Viccari on lead guitar and Rich Drouin on drums, this power pop band formed on Long Island in 1993. Their music can be heard on Nickelodeon in the shows Zoey 101 (featuring Jaime Lynn Spears) and Drake & Josh. They’ve also been featured on MTV shows such as Pimp My Ride, Room Raiders, NEXT and on an episode of the show Boiling Points. Their Secret Constellation three-song EP was released in mid-March 2013 and marks their best effort yet, having been produced and recorded by David Caggiano of Betamax Artist Development with the masters being done at Maor Appelbaum Mastering. Visit www.iridesense.com for more information. At 12:30 p.m., the opening ceremonies for the festival will take place, with Ryan Star performing the National Anthem. Charlie Dane will take the stage from 12:45 to 1:15 p.m. An accomplished singer, songwriter and musician, Dane is a multi-talented solo artist with the soulful, powerful voice of an older generation. For the past three years, Dane has performed on main stages such as Sullivan Hall in New York City, Nassau Coliseum and Genghis Cohen in Los Angeles. Dane has shared the stage with the legendary George Porter, Jr. and has opened for New Orleans-based bands The Radiators, Papa Grows Funk, Soulive, as well as Aaron Carter and many others. Dane’s original music can be described as “pop-soul” and she continues to amaze audiences

with her mature lyrics and nuanced multi-octave voice. She is currently recording in studio and is constantly writing, recording and working on original pieces. Her songs are a reflection of who she is and what she has experienced in her life. She writes about loss, regret, fears, hope and the importance of being an individual who is not afraid to be herself. Visit www.charliedane.net for more information. From 1:30 to 2:15 p.m., Todd Mihan will perform. Mihan delivers guitar charged country rock from the Hudson Valley in upstate New York. He was born in Memphis, TN, and raised in upstate New York. He became interested in music in his early teens when his dad bought him a cheap acoustic and some lessons at the local music store. Mihan recalls leaving a BMX race early one Saturday afternoon to attend his first practice. He never looked back. Throughout his musical journey, he has shared the stage with both rock and country acts including Jerrod Niemann, David Nail, Josh Thompson, Blackberry Smoke, Motley Crue, Ronnie Montrose, Twisted Sister, Jefferson Starship and more. Visit www.toddmihan.com for more information. Ryan Star, an alternative rock artist from Brooklyn, takes the stage from 2:30 to 3:15 p.m. Star’s music has appeared prominently in films such as P.S. I Love You and hit television shows like The Vampire Diaries, as well as the theme song to Lie To Me. Given his live-show prowess, he’s been tapped to share the stage with many incredible artists, from Imagine Dragons to Bon Jovi to Maroon

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View The World’s Largest Rubber Duck During the Oyster Festival, the World’s Largest Rubber Duck, sponsored by Stew Leonard III Children’s Charities, is visiting the New York metro area for the first time and making Oyster Bay her bathtub. She is here to inspire all who view her to conserve natural resources—to remind us to be mindful of water safety—and she is searching for her 10-foot-tall “Baby Duck;” maybe you’ll spot him. “Momma Duck,” as she is affectionately known, is just over six stories tall, standing approximately 61 feet and weighs an impressive 11 tons or 22,000 pounds. A total of 10 percent of all The World’s Largest Rubber Duck branded merchandise sales will be donated to Stew Leonard III Children’s Charities, which promotes nutritional awareness and water safety to children. Back in 1992, 28,880 First Years brand Friendly Floatee bath toys— yellow rubber ducks, red beavers, green frogs and blue turtles—washed overboard from a container ship in the Pacific Ocean destined for the U.S. Since Friendly Floatees have no holes in them, they don’t take on water. Two oceanographers, Curtis Ebbesmeyer and James Ingraham,

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were working on an ocean surface current model and tracked their travels. After 10 months, they started to wash up along the Alaskan coast, then

Washington State, Japan, the Bering Strait, New England, Canada, Iceland and finally Scotland. In fact, the First Years brand offered $100 bonds in 2003 to all who found a wayward

Floatee. In all, many traveled 17,000 miles over 15 years. The rubber ducky has become a symbol of happiness—and climate research—the world over.

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8D MAINSTAGE from page 6D 5. His 2010 full-length major label debut,11:59, landed at No. 10 on Billboard’s Rock Albums Chart and No. 4 on the Tastemakers Chart. In 2012, Star’s hit “Stay Awhile” charted Top 30 at Hot AC radio and quickly amassed more than two million YouTube views. His current release, A N G E L S + A N I M A LS showcases the best of Star’s signature style: honest, stream of consciousness matched with innovative production elements. Influenced by Frank Ocean, The National, James Blake and Bon Iver, the record is distinguished by its raw vocals and sophisticate, genre-blending production choices. “It’s very autobiographical,” he said of the album. “I gave only the most raw, most honest version of myself on this record. It’s primal in that sense. It starts with an apology and takes us on a man’s journey to become his best self for the woman he lives for. We are all a bit angel and a bit animal, we do the best we can.” Visit www.rstar.net for more information. From 3:30 to 4:15 p.m., New Life Crisis performs. The band has survived and thrived in the age of the Internet. As one of the first bands to exclusively sell mp3s through their own website in 2002 (nearly a year before the iTunes store opened), New Life Crisis has forged ahead of the

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music industry by building a loyal global audience online for nearly 10 years. Their unique “no setlist” policy has become legendary, with lead singer Paul Mahos directing the band like a club DJ, feeling out the audience and tailoring an experience exclusively for the vibe of the room. The band, consisting of Jeff Allegue on lead guitar, Steve O’Brien on drums and Steve Bonacio on bass are at the top of their game, each adding their own special sauce to the potent mix the band creates every night. The band signed to Tommy Boy Records in the spring of 2000. Their debut single “Daylight” appeared on MTV’s platinum selling “Party to Go Remixed” and was also recorded by the European group No Angels, selling more than three million copies worldwide in 2001 and 2002. Recently, their music has been featured on Guiding Light, Laguna Beach: The real O.C., the Opie and Anthony Show, several films and various compilation CDs. Visit www.newlifecrisis. com for more information. The final act of Saturday is The Electrix, a group of accomplished musicians, each with a lifetime of diverse experience in the music field, who takes the stage from 4:30 to 6 p.m. The Electrix have been together since 1995 and are recognized as one of the leading jam bands performing classic rock of the Grateful Dead and Allman Brothers, other related genres

Music begins on Saturday, Oct. 17, with Iridesense on the main stage from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. of music, and original compositions. The David Nelson Band, Railroad The Electrix weave in and out Earth, The Robbie Krieger Band, of intense jams with an incredible Commander Cody and have been amount of enthusiasm and feeling, involved in shows with Jorma adding their own interpretation Kaukonen, Peter Rowan, Umphrey’s and style. The Electrix have had the McGee, David Gans and the late Dick opportunity to share the stage and Latvala. perform together with such notables The musicians are Jim Fleming on as the late drummer Levon Helm electric and acoustic guitar, mando(The Band), the late fiddle player lin, fiddle and vocals; Ray Kairys on Vassar Clements (Old & in the Way), electric and acoustic bass guitar; Jeff pedal steel guitarist Buddy Cage (The Naimoli on drums, percussion and New Riders of the Purple Sage), and vocals and Mike Nicita on drums and guitarist/vocalist Michael Falzarano percussion. The also feature various (Hot Tuna & New Riders). guest guitarists and keyboardists. The Electrix have opened for Visit www.theelectrix.com for more The New Riders of the Purple Sage, information.

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The Tom Reardon Memorial Charity Food Court Sponsored by Roslyn Savings Bank

Named in honor of one of the beloved founders of the Oyster Festival, the Tom Reardon Memorial Charity Food Court sponsored by Roslyn Savings Bank is not just the heart of the festival, it is its soul. Food booths are staffed with nonprofit employees and volunteers as well as members of the partnering restaurant or catering companies. The profit from each food booth supports that particular charity’s programs. Each booth features signage clearly stating which charity your purchase is supporting. With more than 60 food choices, even the pickiest eater will find quite a few items to devour. The main attraction—oysters—are available raw on the half shell, fried or in stew. Between 40,000 to 50,000 raw oysters will be consumed throughout the weekend and all are donated by the owners of Frank M. Flowers & Sons. Other seafood options include a full lobster dinner, lobster bisque, lobster rolls, clams (both raw and steamed), clam chowder, grilled shrimp, soft shell crabs, scallops, crab cakes, crab rolls, seafood gumbo, calamari, fish tacos and more. Meat lovers need not despair as there are many delicious options as well, including bacon on a stick, meatball sliders, pulled pork sandwiches, steak sandwiches, Philadelphia cheesesteaks, homemade empanadas, sausage and pepper heroes and traditional American festival fare. And not to forget dessert, including homemade apple pie a la mode, Belgian waffles with strawberries and cream, deep fried everything, chocolate-dipped everything, frozen hot chocolate, homemade fudge, fruit crepes and more. Remember the motto: Calories don’t count when they are consumed in support of a great cause. For 32 years, 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 Charity Food Court sales remain with each individual nonprofit 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 Charity Food Court, sponsored by Roslyn Savings Bank, is the largest fundraiser—and at times the only fundraiser—that many of these organizations participate in throughout the year.

Seafood

Oysters on the half shell Rotary Club of Oyster Bay (Booth 33) Oyster po’ boy sandwich, Fish filet po’ boy sandwich U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Oyster Bay Flotilla (Booth 2) Oyster stew Oyster Bay Lions (Booth 7) Lobster dinner, clams on the half shell, steamed clams, steamers North Oyster Bay Baymen’s Association (Booths 10 and 11) Lobster bisque, mussels Rotary Club of Oyster Bay (Booth 15) Scallops, lobster rolls Youth & Family Counseling Agency (Booths 16 and 17) Crab cakes Oyster Bay Fire Co. #1 (Booth 18) Fish tacos HPS Network (Booth 19) Fish and chips Sagamore Rowing Association (Booth 22) Seafood gumbo, crab roll, shrimp cocktail, grilled shrimp on a stick Oyster Bay Railroad Museum (Booth 26) New England and Manhattan clam chowders Life Enrichment Center at Oyster Bay (Booth 34) Fried oysters Mill River Rod & Gun Club (Booth 35) Fried calamari Veterans of Foreign Wars Oyster Bay Memorial Post #8033 (Booth 36) Soft shell crabs, fried clam strips and fried shrimp American Legion Quentin Roosevelt Post No. 4 (Booth 37)

International Specialties

Yucca fries, pumpkin and cheese ravioli, Chinese dumplings, Chinese eggrolls U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Oyster Bay Flotilla (Booth 2) Bratwurst, potato pancakes, mozzArepa Oyster Bay- East Norwich Soccer (Booth 6)

Kielbasa sandwiches and perogies Oyster Bay Lions (Booth 7) Gyro, souvlaki, chicken sandwich, spinach pie, shish-ka-bob, chickenka-bob, falafel, Greek salad Italian-American Ladies Auxiliary (Booth 13) Calzones St. Dominic High School Parent Group (Booth 14) Crepes HPS Network (Booth 20) Caribbean lentil soup, chicken noodle soup OB Historical Society (Booth 21) Empanadas, pupusas, tostadas with guacamole, tacos, nachos Hispanic Cultural Center/Centro Cultural Hispano (Booth 24) Sausage with pepper and onion hero Italian-American Citizens Club (Booth 27) Chicken and beef satays Peas Eddy Sportsman Club (Booth 29)

All-American Favorites

Steak sandwiches Oyster Bay-East Norwich Soccer (Booth 3) Roasted corn Oyster Bay Lions (Booth 8) Philadelphia Cheesesteaks Oyster Bay-East Norwich Soccer (Booth 12) Ribs, fried chicken, onion rings, fried ravioli HPS Network (Booth 20) Chicken fingers and tater tots Sagamore Rowing Association (Booth 22) Pulled pork, Texas chili and buffalo chicken meatball sliders Oyster Bay Chamber of Commerce (Booth 23) Pickles, fried pickles, turkey drumsticks, chicken wings and mozzarella sticks Friends of the OBHS Performing Arts Center (Booth 25) Hamburgers, hot dogs and curly fries with cheese Oyster Bay Preschool (Booth 28) Pizza, meatball parmesan hero Oyster Bay Preschool (Booth 31) Pancake roll-ups and breakfast sandwich Kiwanis Club of East Norwich Oyster Bay (Booth 32) French fries, sweet potato fries Veterans of Foreign Wars Oyster Bay Memorial Post #8033 (Booth 36) Bacon-on-a-stick Rotary Club of Oyster Bay (Booth 38)

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Desserts

Frozen hot chocolate, frozen cookies ‘n cream, frozen orange creamsicle, cookies, pretzels and churros, caramel apples, candy apples and homemade fudge OBHS Interact Club-Junior Rotary (Booths 1A and 1) Cannolis U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Oyster Bay Flotilla (Booth 2) Apple pie and ice cream Oyster Bay- East Norwich Soccer (Booth 4) Belgian waffles with strawberries and cream Oyster Bay- East Norwich Soccer (Booth 5) Cotton candy and kettle corn Boy Scout Troop 253 (Booth 9) Zeppoles, deep fried Oreo cookies, fried bananas and Hawaiian shaved ice St. Dominic’s High School Parent Group (Booth 14) Chocolate chip ice cream sandwich, smoothies, chocolate-dipped fruit, pretzels, crepes HPS Network (Booth 20) Bananas foster Oyster Bay Railroad Museum (Booth 26) Funnel cakes Oyster Bay Preschool (Booth 28) Gelato Oyster Bay Preschool (Booth 30) Cinnamon buns, Danish, Brownie a la mode, s’mores Kiwanis Club of East Norwich Oyster Bay (Booth 32)

Beverages

Coffee and hot chocolate OBHS Interact Club-Junior Rotary (Booths 1A and 1) Bottled water, iced tea, soda (regular, Wild Bill’s and Avery Beverage’s “Totally Gross Soda”) Boy Scout Troop 253 (Booth 9) Coffee, hot chocolate, smoothies, strawberry-banana fruit drink HPS Network (Booth 20) Coffee and tea Friends of the OBHS Performing Arts Center (Booth 25) Coffee and iced coffee Kiwanis Club of East Norwich Oyster Bay (Booth 32)


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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. Contest emcee is Jim Kerr, Q104’s Morning Man. Official judges are Darryl Dowers and Harlan Friedman. 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 two minutes, 40 seconds. Contestants will be allowed to season their oysters. Sauce and lemon will be made available. Record for Oyster Eating: The Oyster Festival record was set in 1998 by David Leonard of Central Islip, with 480 oysters chugged in two minutes

32nd Anniversary Oyster Festival Oyster Shucking Contest Emcee Jim Kerr, Q104’s Morning Man. Official judges are Darryl Dowers and Harlan Friedman. 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 name tag. 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. Record for Oyster Shucking: The Oyster Festival record is held by Rodney Dow, who beat Andy Schuller in a shuck off in 1985. The two men both shucked 57 oysters in the allotted time. Dow shucked another 22 oysters in two minutes to win the shuck off. Prizes: First prize winner receives

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Children’s Music See Rebecca Kapica from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Over the past 10 years, Kapica has been through the ins and outs of Long Island’s ever-evolving music and arts scene. After conducting, music directing, teaching in private schools and teaching private voice/piano lessons, she implanted herself in to the new “kindie rock” revolution. Her background runs the gambit between musical director for local theater productions to playing her unique blend of jazz, rock and blues on her new album entitled, For the Grown Ups, (still in studio), and bringing music to preschools, day care centers, summer camps and anywhere else a group of young friends are ready to have a rocking, shaking, giggling good time. Inspired by Laurie Berkner, Medeski Martin and Wood, Lisa Loeb and the old traditional favorite children’s songs we all grew up with, but this time around, with a twist.

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SATURDAY OCT.17 from page 12D $50 and a plaque. Second prize winner receives $25 and a plaque. Special thanks to sponsored Newton Shows and the Town of Oyster Bay Showmobile. More Children’s Music Taking the stage from 4 to 4:45 p.m. is Darlene Graham, children’s performer Singing almost from the womb, she grew up with the Celtic musical traditions of Newfoundland where she formed and toured in a Celtic trio Le Ceile. Traversing across Canada and parts of the United States, she stole the stage with their self-titled album Le Ceile. Graham devoted her talents to a classical singing degree at MUN (Memorial University of Newfoundland). She went on to star in many musical productions with The Spirit of Newfoundland Theatre Company until she packed up and headed for New York City. After acting in several commercials

and television shows, Graham sought to share her musical talents and warmth with others. She began inspiring elementary music students and after the birth of their second child, Graham started writing children’s songs with her husband, Chris. She left the classroom a year ago and is now ready to share her CD full of dance-rock for kids. In a phenomenal session with talented musicians like Jack Napoli, Joe Chirco and Al Improta, she compiled her first children’s album with the finesse of a master craftsman. Dive into the refreshing concert of soul sounding rock. In her unpretentious velvety voice you’ll feel the harmonious hugs of Graham and her songs. Once you feel the pop-country rhythms and the Celtic-rock beats you’ll keep rap tap tappin’. The only question left is: when is the next album? The day’s performances will conclude with Just One Wheel Unicyclists from 5 to 5:45 p.m.

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Sunday, Oct.18, Main Stage Entertainment Entertainment on the main stage begins at 11:30 a.m. with the NFL Punt, Pass and Kick Award Ceremony. Extravagant Animals will play from noon to 1 p.m. Extravagant Animals is a band out of Brooklyn, with a retro psychedelic vodka-drink of a sound. Extravagant Animals came to life in 2015 in the heart of New York City. They are a heady mix of psychedelia. Visit www.extravagantanimals.com. New York Expressions will play from 1:15 to 2:15 p.m. New York Expressions brings the sounds of Motown alive. Come experience the great harmonies and incredible tunes that you grew up with. This is the New York Expressions first trip to the Oyster Festival and they are very excited to bring their classic sound to the waterfront. From 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., see Turnpike Joe and the Traffic Jam, New York’s premier classic rock/party band, which has been a major force on the Long Island music scene since 1977. The band has expanded its gig turf to the New York state regional/tristate area and covers such performers as ZZ Top, Buddy Holly, Creedence, Chuck Berry, KISS, The Stones, Steve

Miller, The Beatles and Tom Petty as well as originals. Since 2005, the band has brought its show “Songs You Can Sing To” to the New York library circuit. This show features “soft rock favorites” by such artists as Simon & Garfunkel, John Denver, Buddy Holly, Carl Perkins, James Taylor and The Beatles, just to name a few. One of the band’s original tunes, “You are the Reason” was chosen for airplay on radio

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station WBAB 102.3 FM and the band’s version of The Beatles “Birthday” was aired on WHPC 90.3 FM’s “Beatlesongs” show in 2002. Also selected for airplay was the band’s version of Paul McCartney’s “High, High, High” in 2005. The band’s debut album, Under The Covers,

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The Pearl Street Band plays from 3:45 to 4:45 p.m. “Pearl Street” is a derivative of two former Long Island bands of the past: “Pearly” and “South Street” both of Oyster Bay. The marriage of these bands creates a unique brand of many genres of music. The talented horn players, John Marshall; tenor sax, Bob Cassara; trombone and John Brierly on trumpet remains the tightest and most uplifting section to be reckoned with. Mike Mattia continues to produce the exciting horn arrangements and funkiness on keyboard as he did for the 26-piece band that backed Peggy Lee, Manhattan Transfer and Petula Clark at the Empire Room in NYC. New member drummer Don “Groover” Moffat provides the solid foundation for the group’s many layers and has worked on both coasts for many great

artists. Willie Maiorello, lead vocalist and bass player is revered for his amazing talent to interpret any style of music with warmth, excitement and deep emotion. Going from raw and raspy to velvety smooth with one of the most unique voices, Maiorello gives his audience their money’s worth and then some. His humble persona only makes his talent that much more appreciated. Leslie Zimei, lead vocalist readily jumped at the chance to work with musicians of this caliber. Not only do the boys in the band provide the best musical atmosphere for her as a singer, but they are all good friends with mutual respect and admiration for one another. The band includes Peggy Lee, Petula Clark and Fred Travelina, as well as the lead vocalist for Cadillac Moon for nine years. The music of Pearl Street is a combination of funk, R & B, blues and jazz bringing a great selection of songs for listening, dancing and a good time for all. Visit www.pearlstreetband.com.

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Rebecca Kapica, noon to 1 p.m. Just One Wheel Unicyclists, 1:15 to 2 p.m. and The Flying Fingers Jug Band from 2:15 to 3:30 p.m. The Flying Fingers Jug Band is a six-piece group playing high-energy, old-time American blues, jazz, Tin Pan Alley, cowboy songs and more.


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The exotic animals of the R.W. ccmcny-cohen-kohls. Commerford Zoo, camel rides Children need not be afraid as and pony rides are sponsored by these friendly scoundrels will be Advantage Care Physicians. Make inviting them on hunts for buried sure you stop by their booth in the treasure twice per day. Searches for Roslyn Savings Bank Tom Reardon Pirate Booty are at 12:30 p.m. and 3:30 Food Court learn about their conp.m. Cost: free. Location: West End venient health centers and get your Ave. /Western Waterfront family prepared for the cold and flu Chris Clark Bicycle Stunt Show season that’s right around the corner. is sponsored by Great Expressions Come and meet the emu, a llama, Dental Centers. Over the past decade, a kangaroo, a capabara, a coataClark has competed and performed mundi, a water buffalo, gorgeous around the world as a professional ponies and more. cyclist, competing at premier events Ride the camels for an additional such as the Gravity Games, the Vans fee. Location: West End Ave. Warped Tour, various NFL Halftime Kings of the Coast Pirates are back shows and the Olympic Games. Four from another century sponsored by shows daily: Noon, 1:30 p.m., 3 p.m. the Steven And Alexandra Cohen’s and 4:30 p.m. Be sure to join in the Children’s Medical Center, thanks to fun with the Great Expressions a generous grant from Kohl’s Cares Safety Gear Contest before each Keeping Kids Healthy Program. As show. Clark will be signing autochildhood obesity rates climb, an graphs after each show. entire generation of children is at risk of growing up with chronic obesity-related health problems such as high blood pressure, heart disease, asthma and other conditions. One of the best gifts caregivers can give kids is to help them develop healthy eating and exercise habits. Help children learn to make smart choices. Kids have great ideas and want to try new things. Let them get involved in their own good health. Visit their booth to learn more. Kohl’s commitment to Cohen Children’s is made possible through the Kohl’s Cares® cause merchandise program; www.northshorelij. 32 com/ccmcny/ccmcnyfor-patients-and-families/ UAL ANN

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Oyster Bay Town Supervisor’s 5 K Run , 9 a.m. Start off the festival by participating in the annual Oyster Bay Town Supervisor’s 5 Kilometer Run. Utilizing a unique course, runners will view the scenic beauty of Oyster Bay. For more information or entry forms, email Mike Polansky at glirc@aol. com or call 516-349-7646. Visit www. theglirc.org for more information. Cost is $18 for Town of Oyster Bay residents or $21 for pre-registered participants. Kids under 16 get a 50 percent discount. $25 for day-of registration. Location: South Street, downtown Oyster Bay. “Each year we expand our youth offerings, incorporating use of our incredible turf field as part of the Oyster Festival, since the field is the centerpiece of Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park,” said James Werner, youth sports activity coordinator for the festival.

youth teams will be showcasing their talents in New York City Football Club Affiliate Development League matches throughout the day. The Rough Riders Soccer Club is Long Island’s hometown soccer franchise since 1993. The Rough Riders have entered a youth development partnership with New York City Football Club, Major League Soccer’s newest franchise.

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Championships (with special guest Sean Landeta) NFL PP&K, the oldest grassroots initiative at the NFL, continues to reach children ages 6 to 15 and allows them to experience the fun of learning football fundamentals in an engaging and supportive non-contact environment. The Oyster Festival will be hosting the Long Island Championships on Oct. 18 at 9:30 a.m.; 150 of the top student athletes from across Long Island will be traveling to Oyster Bay to compete for 10 spots and advance to the New York Jets team competition.

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18D As has become a tradition, the John J. Harvey Fireboat will come back to Oyster Bay, on the 14th anniversary of 9/11. On Sept. 11, 2001, the boat’s owners asked FDNY officials for permission to assist in evacuations from Ground Zero. Meanwhile, due to many damaged water mains, fire crews were deprived of water. Officials radioed the Harvey to drop off her passengers as soon as possible and return to the disaster site to pump water, reactivating her official designation Marine 2. Alongside FDNY fireboats, Firefighter and John D. McKean, she pumped water at the site for 80 hours, until water mains were restored. The John J. Harvey served the FDNY from her launch in 1931 to her retirement in 1994. At 130 feet and 268 net tons, she is among the most powerful fireboats ever in service. She has five 600 HP diesel engines and has capacity to pump 18,000 gallons of water a minute. Her pumps are powerful—enough so that when she and the George Washington Bridge

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were both brand new, she shot water over the bridge’s roadway. Among the marine fires at which she assisted were, the Cunard Line pier fire in 1932, the burning of the Normandie in 1942, and the ammunition ship El Estero during World War II. She was named for marine fireman John J. Harvey, killed when the Thomas Willet exploded during a fire. She retired as Marine 2. She was retired by the New York City Fire Department in 1994 and she is now owned by a small group who bought her at auction in 1999. She was placed on The National Register of Historic Places in June 2000. Her owners have been working since 1999 to raise awareness of the importance of historic vessels to the history of New York City and the United States—and they are

succeeding. With their trips up the Hudson, they are promoting interest in the waterfront for towns in New York state. They offer public access to the harbor, training in new skills, and a chance to preserve an important part of history. Cost: free. Location: West End Waterfront Pier

The Christeen Also present will be The Christeen, a 40-foot gaff rigged sloop. She is the oldest oyster sloop in America and a National Historic Landmark. She was originally built in 1883 for Captain William Smith in Glenwood Landing, for the purpose of harvesting oysters in Oyster Bay and Cold Spring Harbor. Over her 125 years, the Christeen served not only as an oyster dredge, but also as a cargo carrier and liveaboard between Connecticut, New

York and New Jersey. After surviving 16 major hurricanes, numerous Nor’easters, two sinkings and severe neglect, the Christeen was returned home to Oyster Bay in 1992. A dedicated group of volunteers worked tirelessly on the restoration of the Christeen—working alongside a fulltime shipwright and raising more than $300,000. The Christeen was completely restored and launched in 1999. Come aboard this National Historic Landmark, the oldest oyster sloop in North America, for a sail around beautiful West Harbor and Oyster Bay. View these harbors from a different viewpoint as you cut through the water under sail and look towards the shore. See wildlife, important landmarks and learn about some of the history of the home of a former president. As an added bonus, this year there will be a fun, educational activity for the whole family. With a marine educator, learn more about the marine life that call Oyster Bay home; a unique opportunity offered only through WaterFront Center’s Christeen. Tours are offered on both Saturday and Sunday, for ages 5 and older. Cost is $25 per person.

Ida May Project 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 and was one of the first powered dredges in the oyster industry. Once completed, the replica will be owned and operated by the WaterFront Center where she will take the public out on the water for 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.” The process of completing this project is as important as the end result as it requires the work of many volunteers under the guidance of local shipwright Josh Herman. The achievement of a group of people learning new skills and working together to create a significant vessel will enhance the value of the Ida May. Since 2009, Building J, a large shed on the western waterfront, has been transformed into a boatbuilding shop. Once completed, the boat will be owned and operated by the WaterFront Center, where she will take the public out on the water for recreation and marine and maritime education. The Christeen Corp is raising capital to complete the project. Visit www.idamayproject.org.


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