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The Oyster Festival At Theodore Roosevelt Park In Oyster Bay

The North Shore’s waterfront hamlet where you go to play, see, shop and eat

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he 34th Annual Oyster Festival, on Saturday, Oct. 14 and Sunday, Oct. 15, is a project of the Rotary Club of Oyster Bay, a part of Rotary International and a volunteer organization whose members embrace the motto of “service above self.” Rotary Club volunteers produce the festival, which raises money directly to support local community organizations and Rotary projects through the Oyster Bay Charitable Fund, Inc. The festival also provides local nonprofit clubs and organizations a platform to raise their own funds through participation in the Thomas Reardon Memorial Food Court. In addition to showcasing the historic hamlet of Oyster Bay and the beauty of the waterfront, the Oyster Festival generates great economic impact. More than 150 years ago, Theodore Roosevelt— the 26th President of the United States—was born to a wealthy family that summered in Oyster Bay not far from the waterfront property that today bears his name. Community leaders organized a parade to celebrate his 125th birthday, the roots of which became the Oyster Festival in 1983. Today the festival attracts more than 200,000 visitors annually and its

Jim Fuccio, President, Oyster Judy Wasilchuk, President, Bay Charitable Fund, Inc. Rotary Club of Oyster Bay success is attributed to the year-round dedication of members of the Rotary Club of Oyster Bay and its Long Island business community sponsors. Join us as we welcome the return of the John J. Harvey fireboat, enjoy pirate treasure hunts, two stages of music for all ages, huge tents filled with handmade crafts, carnival rides and games, an

exotic petting zoo and Chris Clark’s Bicycle Stunt Show. Visit Theodore Roosevelt Park’s turf field and participate in scheduled soccer, hockey, basketball and golf activities. And of course devour the freshest, most delicious oysters and seafood, all while supporting local charities. One of the largest fundraisers of its kind, the Oyster Festival is a project of the Rotary Club of Oyster Bay and funded by the Oyster Bay Charitable Fund. Profits from all food court sales directly support the many participating local charities while the proceeds from carnival rides and merchandise sales are donated to additional charities supported by the Rotary throughout the year. Admission is free. Parking is free. Most activities are free. A family friendly event, the Oyster Festival remains alcohol-free and pet-free (except for service animals). The Rotary Club of Oyster Bay and the dedicated Oyster Festival team welcome you, and ask you to please safely enjoy all that the Festival has to offer. We hope that you’ll continue to join us for future festivals, as many do, and visit our quaint hamlet throughout the year.

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

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UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS Sunday, October 29 at 5:30 pm All Hallows’ Eve service and party.

Thursday, November 2 at 7:00 pm -- All Souls’ Day The Choir of Christ Church will offer Fauré’s Requiem in a Communion service remembering loved ones who have died.

Sunday, December 17 at 4:00 pm Festival of Lessons and Carols with Christ Church’s celebrated choir.

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Enjoy The Beautiful Waterfront The Christeen The Christeen, a 40-foot, gaff-rigged sloop, owned and operated by The WaterFront Center, a nonprofit community sailing and marine education center located in Theodore Roosevelt Park, will be present at Oyster Fest. Christeen connects people to the water through education and recreation, taking out more than 3,000 passengers each year. The oldest surviving oyster sloop in America and a National Historic Landmark, Christeen was originally built in 1883 for Captain William Smith in Glenwood Landing for harvesting oysters in Oyster Bay and Cold Spring Harbor. For more than 125 years, she has served as an oyster dredge and also as a cargo carrier and live aboard between Connecticut, New York and New Jersey. After surviving 16 major hurricanes, numerous Nor’easters, two sinkings and severe neglect, Christeen was returned home to Oyster Bay in 1992. Volunteers worked with a full-time shipwright and raised more than $300,000 to completely restore and launch Christeen in 1999. Observe West Harbor and Oyster

Bay 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. Schedule: Saturday and Sunday, 1 to 2:30 p.m. and 3 to 4:30 p.m. Ages 5 and older. Cost: $25 adults/$10 children under 12 with paying adult

shipwright Josh Herman are learning new skills working together to create a significant vessel. Since 2009, Building J, a large shed on the Western Waterfront, has been transformed into a boatbuilding shop. The Christeen Corp is raising capital to complete the project, www.idamayproject.org.

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 as one of the oyster industry’s first powered dredges. The completed replica will be owned and operated by the WaterFront Center for public recreation and marine and maritime education. The mission of the Christeen Oyster Sloop Preservation Corp. is “to preserve Oyster Bay’s maritime heritage by involving the community in traditional boatbuilding projects.” Many volunteers under the guidance of local

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Badlands Tribute to the Music of Bruce Springsteen

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he opening ceremony begins on Saturday, Oct. 14, with Jerome Bell singing the National Anthem at 12:15 p.m. 12:30 p.m. Badlands Tribute to the Music of Bruce Springsteen, a tight-knit group of top-notch musicians dedicated to performing the music of Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band. As a tribute, Badlands does not try to imitate. Badlands delivers the style and vibe of the music with the kind of honest passion you would expect from a Bruce Springsteen show. 1:45 p.m. Joe Magurne Band 3 p.m. Penny Lane: This tribute band relies on pure sound and their strong, tight vocal harmonies to recreate the legacy of The Beatles, note-for-note. Expect to hear a selection of Beatles hits from all of their periods, an experience that always leaves crowds cheering for more. 4:15 p.m. The Electrix: A group of accomplished musicians, each with a lifetime of diverse experience in the music field. Together since 1995, they’re recognized as one of the leading jam bands performing classic rock of the Grateful Dead and Allman Brothers, other related genres and original compositions. The Electrix weave in and out of intense jams with an incredible amount of enthusiasm and feeling, adding their own interpretation and style. They’ve shared a stage and performed together with Levon Helm (The Band), fiddle player Vassar Clements (Old & in the Way), pedal steel guitarist Buddy Cage (The

Turnpike Joe and the Traffic Jam New Riders of the Purple Sage) and line-up of musicians. Mike Breier guitarist/vocalist Michael Falzarano. on bass with vocals; Ed Ryan as lead vocalist. Sunday, Oct. 15 2 p.m. Matt Grabowski began solo performing right out of high school, 12 p.m. Endless Summer is the with influences ranging from Harry new Ultimate Beach Boys Tribute Chapin to Hozier. His music contains Band capturing the essence of the 1960s California beach scene all year storytelling lyrics laid on top of music that falls somewhere between ‘round. Dance the day away and enjoy an awesome and unforgettable Americana and alternative. In 2016, Grabowski was named winner of the musical experience. Be moved and Gold Coast Arts Center’s Your Big inspired by bringing back treasured Break competition entered by 1,500 memories. contestants. He continues to perform 1 p.m. Petty Rumours: A tribute in the tristate area multiple times band to both Tom Petty and Stevie each week. His debut single, “Bring Nicks. Like many other tribute The Rains (Down)” is available on acts, Petty Rumours has gone through its share of growing pains, iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music and digital distributors. Visit www. playing around Long Island a thebiggrabowski.org bit before arriving at its current

Matt Grabowski 3 p.m. That ’90s Band: Whether you’re still stuck in the ’90s, or just missing it like crazy, That ’90s Band is your fix. Playing your favorite hits from artists like Third Eye Blind, Alanis Morissette, Weezer, The Cranberries, Bush, and more. 4 p.m. Turnpike Joe and the Traffic Jam: One of New York’s premier classic rock/party bands—a major force on the Long Island music scene since 1977—covers performers such as ZZ Top, Buddy Holly, Credence, Chuck Berry, KISS, The Stones, Steve Miller, The Beatles and Tom Petty. They also play originals. This new show features rock by artists such as Simon & Garfunkel, Buddy Holly, James Taylor and The Beatles.


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Entertainment On The West End Avenue Stage Entertainment begins on Saturday, Oct. 14, with Just One Wheel Unicycle Training & Balance Center. Owners/directors Renie and Adam Cohen enjoy creating an environment where being healthy and having fun are your only options. They offer everyone the unique opportunity to do something they never thought possible–with their uni-trainer. 2 to 3 p.m. 34th Anniversary Oyster Eating and Shucking Contests. Sponsored by Newton Shows. Sign up for both contests is at the Rotary Information/ Raffle Booth at the entrance to Theodore Roosevelt Park beginning at approximately 11 a.m. Emcee: Jim Kerr, Q104’s Morning Man. Official Judges: Darryl Dowers and Harlan Friedman. First Prize winner receives $50 and a plaque. Second Prize winner receives $25 and a plaque. 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. 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. 3:15 p.m. and 4:45 p.m. Hope’s Fire Fantasies: Natalie Hope began traveling the world while searching to find her purpose. Once she came back to her home town in Queens Village, she was inspired and refreshed by the acts of kindness, entertainment and uniqueness around the world. She then ran away and joined the circus. From fire transfers, vapor locks, fire eating, to fire breathing, she became an unstoppable force and was fire performing on stage within just three days after she had learned. 3:45 p.m. DJ Theo: Pushing the boundaries of electronic dance music in clubs and on radio airwaves has been one of Theo’s musical mantras. His sets are energetic and eclectic, and encompass his vast knowledge of dance music.

Sunday, Oct. 15 1 p.m. Rebecca Kapica: Over the past 10 years, Rebecca Kapica has been a presence amongst many talented artists in Long Island’s ever evolving music and arts scene. Amidst conducting, music directing for local theaters, and teaching, she became a part of the new ‘kiddie rock’ revolution. From the preschool to the playground, and anywhere in between; get ready for a rocking, shaking, giggling good time. 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Hope’s Fire Fantasies: 2:30 p.m. Darlene Graham


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n expanding aspect of the Oyster Festival is the number of sports clinics and programs offered for youth over the weekend, with clinics offered for soccer, football, basketball and golf. “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. On both Saturday and Sunday, New York City Football Club and the Rough Riders return with free soccer clinics for kids ages 5 to 14, offered all day long. 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. The Long Island Nets and NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, will be at the Oyster Festival at the artificial turf field at Theodore Roosevelt Memorial

Park with their prize wheel, inflatable, ticket information and giveaways from both the Long Island Nets and NYCB LIVE. Visit their table for information on upcoming games and shows and a chance to win tickets and prizes. Head over to the field to play with the Long Island Nets’ inflatable basketball hoops that are fun for all ages. Golf Pro Delivered is an event entertainment company that brings real golf straight to you. With their portable golf simulators, you can use real clubs to play courses from around the world, practice on a virtual driving range, and even compete in skills contests with your friends. Their events even come with a team of PGA Golf Professionals to teach you how to play if you’ve always wanted to learn and join in on the fun! From backyard parties, to large corporate events, GPD is the perfect addition to any event that’s looking to add that special wow-factor. On Sunday only, the Islanders Slap Shot Booth, along with the Prize Wheel, will be set up for fans to try their luck. Free, at the artificial turf field at Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park.

OCTOBER 26TH, 27TH, 28TH, AND 29TH 7:00PM - 10:00PM ~ A HAUNTED HOUSE ~ For the first time ever Coe Hall opens its majestic doors to present you with Haunted Halloween Nights. Celebrate Halloween and embrace it as your own as you explore this Haunted House, which will thrill you with exciting special effects, frightening ghosts, live music from Jack Kohl, and performances throughout each evening. $20 non-members I $10 members. Purchase tickets online at plantingfields.org/events. Cash only at door. For information, contact Maximillian Fogel (516) 922-8668, education@plantingfields.org Not reCommeNded for children under 14. Children under 12 are Not permitted. Under 18 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

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amed 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 non-profit 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; the festival is the largest fundraiser that many of these organizations participate in throughout the year. 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. More than 60,000 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 mac & cheese, 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 can munch on baconon-a-stick, meatball sliders, pulled pork sandwiches, steak sandwiches, Philadelphia cheesesteaks, homemade empanadas, sausage and pepper heroes and, of course, traditional American festival fare. Desserts include homemade apple pie a la mode, Belgian waffles with strawberries and cream, deep fried foods, chocolate-dipped treats, frozen hot chocolate, homemade fudge, fruit crepes and more. The festival is serviced by seven ATMs placed throughout Audrey Avenue and within Theodore Roosevelt Park. See the enclosed map for more details. For more than three decades, participating charities based within the Oyster Bay-East Norwich school district have been serving up fresh seafood, ethnic culinary delights and traditional American fare to hundreds of thousands of festival goers. Profits from the Charity Food Court sales remain with each individual non-profit organization that

sells the food item to help fund their programming. The Oyster Festival’s Oyster Booth Food Court, which is sponsored by Newsday, and the Tom Reardon Memorial Charity Food Court, which is sponsored by Roslyn Savings Bank, are the largest fundraisers that many of these organizations participate in throughout the year. For some organizations, it’s their only fundraiser. Oyster Festival Food Court Guide

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Oysters on the half shell with H&Y sauces – Rotary Club of Oyster Bay (Oyster Booth Food Court Booth 32) 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 & 11) Scallops, lobster rolls – Youth & Family Counseling Agency (Booths 16 & 17) Crab cakes – Oyster Bay Fire Co. No. 1 (Booth 18) Fish tacos -HPS Network (Booth 19) Shrimp corn chowder, seafood fritters - Oyster Bay-East Norwich Booster Club (Booth 21) Fish and chips – Oyster Bay High School Girls Varsity Lacrosse (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 (Oyster Booth Food Court Booth 33) Fried oysters – Mill River Rod & Gun Club (Oyster Booth Food Court -Booth 34) Fried calamari – Veterans of Foreign Wars Oyster Bay Memorial Post #8033 (Oyster Booth Food Court -Booth 35) Soft shell crab sandwich, fried clam strips and fried shrimp – American Legion Quentin Roosevelt Post No. 4 (Oyster Booth Food Court -Booth 36) Lobster bisque, Lobster mac & cheese bites – Rotary Club of Oyster Bay (Booth 37) Grilled branzino, seafood quesadilla

– Rotary Club of Oyster Bay (Booth 38)

International Specialties

Yucca fries, pumpkin & 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 pierogis – Oyster Bay Lions (Booth 7) Gyro, souvlaki, chicken sandwich, spinach pie, shish-ka-bob, chickenka-bob, falafel, Greek salad – Christeen Oyster Sloop Preservation Corp/Ida May Project (Booth 13) Calzones – St. Dominic High School Parent Group (Booth 14) Empanadas, pupusas, tostadas with guacamole, tacos, nachos – Hispanic Cultural Center/Centro Cultural Hispano (Booth 24) Sausage with pepper hero – Italian-American Citizens Club (Booth 27) Chicken & 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) Tornado Fries - Rotary Club of Oyster Bay (Oyster Booth Food Court -Booth 15)

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Sponsored by Roslyn Savings Bank Acai bowls - Oyster Bay East Norwich Booster Club (Booth 21) Ribs, fried chicken, onion rings, fried ravioli – HPS Network (Booth 20) Chicken fingers and tater tots – Oyster Bay High School Girls Varsity Lacrosse Team (Booth 22) Blackened gator on a stick, pulled pork, Delta blues chili – 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 – Oyster Bay Preschool (Booth 28) Bacon-on-a-stick - Peas Eddy Sportsman Club (Booth 29) Pizza – Oyster Bay Preschool (Booth 30) Breakfast sandwich - Kiwanis Club of East Norwich Oyster Bay (Booth 31) French fries, sweet potato fries – Veterans of Foreign Wars Oyster Bay Memorial Post #8033 (Oyster Booth Food Court -Booth 35)

Desserts

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

29th Annual

Saint Dominic – Boy Scout Troop 253 (Booth 9) Zeppoles, deep fried Oreo cookies, fried bananas and Hawaiian shaved ice – S t. Dominic’s High School Parent Group (Booth 14) Chocolate chip ice cream sandwich, smoothies, chocolate-dipped fruit, pretzels, crepes – HPS Network (Booth 19A and 20) Bananas foster -O  yster Bay Railroad Museum (Booth 26) Funnel cakes – Oyster Bay Preschool (Booth 28) Gelato, gelato sandwiches on brioche rolls – Oyster Bay Preschool (Booth 30) Krispy Kreme doughnuts, cinnamon buns, brownies, s’mores, individual bags of popcorn - Kiwanis Club of East Norwich Oyster Bay (Booth 31)

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Coffee and Hot chocolate -O  BHS 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) Hot Apple Cider –O  yster Bay East Norwich Booster Club (Booth 21) Coffee and tea –F  riends of the OBHS Performing Arts Center (Booth 25) Brooklyn egg cream – I talian-American Citizens Club (Booth 27) Lemonade – Oyster Bay Preschool (Booth 28) Tea, coffee and iced coffee -K  iwanis Club of East Norwich Oyster Bay (Booth 31)

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he 34th annual Oyster Festival on Saturday and Sunday, Oct.14 and 15, on the waterfront at Theodore Roosevelt Park, Oyster Bay, is from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. Free admission. Oyster Festival is alcohol-free and pet-free (service animals welcome). There will be a 50/50 raffle; purchase tickets for $10 each. More than 200,000 people are expected to attend the festival over the course of the weekend. Take the free shuttle buses into the village or taking the LIRR. The train stop is conveniently located at the entrance to the festival. Limited handicapped parking will be available and handicapped shuttle buses are available. Information hotline: 516-628-1625. Redeem your LIRR pass for three raw oysters or a ride down the giant slide. By Rail: The Long Island Rail Road serves as a major Oyster Festival sponsor. Redeem your LIRR pass for three raw oysters or a ride down the giant slide. Long Island Railroad train service drops you off right in the festival, with expanded service from the Port Jefferson and Oyster Bay branches.

Oyster Bay Branch Park & Ride at: East Williston, Albertson, Roslyn, Greenvale, Glen Head, Sea Cliff, Glen Street, Glen

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Cove or Locust Valley • Eastbound service (goes to the festival). See the MTA Special Schedule for the Oyster Bay Line Oct. 14 and 15. • Westbound service (returning from the festival) is available with departures approximately every hour. Port Jefferson Branch Park & Ride at: Port Jefferson, Stony Brook, St. James, Smithtown, Kings Park, Northport, Greenlawn, Huntington or Cold Spring Harbor • Passengers on the Port Jefferson line can take the LIRR to the Syosset station where they will be greeted with free shuttle buses to take them to the festival. Check the LIRR time schedule for specific departure times from your station. • Eastbound service (returning from the festival) from the Syosset station is available with departures throughout the day. For details on specific train times at all Oyster Bay and Port Jefferson stations, consult the Special Oyster Bay Branch timetable and the Weekend Port Jefferson timetable, or go to www.mta.info/lirr/getaways/ LongIsland/OysterFestival.htm By Car: Take advantage of free parking and free shuttle bus service, as parking in the village of Oyster Bay is very limited. Park in officially designated parking lots for free shuttle bus service to the festival (listed below). Festival organizers suggest using any of the five free satellite parking lots with free shuttle bus service into

the festival listed below. Shuttle buses run from 11 a.m.6:30 p.m. Saturday and from 11 a.m.-6:30p.m. Sunday. Shuttle buses run from 11 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Saturday and from 11 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Sunday. Free parking and free shuttle bus service available from: • Syosset Train Station (no parking permits required) - Syosset (Oyster Bay Road — also known as Jackson Avenue) and Underhill Boulevard, one mile North of Jericho Turnpike (Route 25) • Vernon School - Rt. 106 in East Norwich • Mill Max Mfg Parking Lot - Rt. 106 in Oyster Bay* • Oyster Bay Jewish Center - Berry Hill Rd. • The Equestrian Center - Rte. 106 between Rte. 25A and Muttontown Rd. Neighborhood Bus Stops And Handicap Bus Stops • Oyster Bay Boys and Girls Club, Berry Hill Road • St. Dominic’s Church (church area) • High school parking lot area • Spring and West Main (only handicapped bus) – Handicap parking area By Boat: When you arrive in Oyster Bay Harbor call ahead to OB Marine Center 516-624-2400 = VHF 71 or Sagamore Yacht Club 516-922-0555 = VHF 78A and reserve mooring or for further assistance.


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Oyster Fest 2017 10-11-17  

Oyster Fest 2017 is a special advertising supplement of Anton Media Group.

Oyster Fest 2017 10-11-17  

Oyster Fest 2017 is a special advertising supplement of Anton Media Group.

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