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uring the weekend of October 15 and 16, grab your kids, family and friends and head to Oyster Bay by train, boat or car for the 28th Annual Oyster Festival! It will be “the” place to be for incredible eats, fantastic musical performances, beautiful handmade products, majestic tall ships – the American Privateer the Lynx, the renowned John J. Harvey 9/11 fireboat, the Coast Guard cutter Bollard, the oyster sloop Christeen; “shiver me timbers” pirates and the best “oysters”, of course! Organized by The Oyster Bay Rotary Club and members of the Oyster Bay Charitable Fund, the profits from food sales support over 25 local charities while proceeds from the rides and merchandise sales will be donated to charities the Rotary supports throughout the year.

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The West End Avenue Stage Schedule Noon – 1 p.m. Island Xtreme All Stars Cheerleading Team, 100 members 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Annual Oyster Eating & Shucking Contest 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Jungle Bob of the “Unloved” natural world.

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By Dagmar Fors Karppi here’s always a great story to tell about the Oyster Festival Oyster Shucking and Eating Contest. Last year some longtime contest winners were replaced. You never can tell what will happen as the oysters are served up. “We never know for sure how big the oysters for the oyster eating contest will be, but we can tell you all the oysters for the oyster shucking contest will be the same size. They will also be the same size as the oysters we

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provide to the Rotary oyster booth,” said Dave Relyea, hatchery manager of the Frank M. Flower & Sons, Inc. shellfishers that supply the mollusks for the festival. The Oyster Shucking and Oyster Eating Contests, are held annually on the main stage on the waterfront’s West End Avenue, Saturdays at 2 p.m. They always attracts a great crowd of people who come to cheer on their favorite contestants. The Oyster Shucking contestants setting up their areas just before the four minute The record holder for the countdown begins. The record holder is Rodney Dow of Mill Neck who set the bar Oyster Shucking Contest is for shucking oysters – at 57 in 1985. Rodney Dow of Mill Neck who set the bar in shucking oysters at 57 in four minutes, in Oyster Eating 1985. He won after a tie with Andy Schuller of Oyster Bay Longtime Oyster Festival oyster eating champ Michael – that had Rodney shuck 22 more in two minutes. Chodkowski of Hicksville who won for nine years in a Dave Relyea, said, “Usually now, the shuckers open berow, was a no-show at the 2010 festival. Instead, Shawn tween 30 and 40 oysters.” Mr. Relyea said, “I talked to Leonard of Cold Spring Harbor won his third title. He Rodney recently and he is living in eastern Long Island. joined the contest after his relative David Leonard won in He used to be a waterfowl hunter and he wanted to sell 1998 and Shawn has been carrying on the family tradition some of his duck decoys. He is someone I know and since. In 1998, David Leonard of Central Islip set the oyshaven’t heard from in a long time.” Dave said he would ter eating record at 480 oysters eaten. They were small invite Rodney to this year’s event. that year, said Mr. Relyea. Last year, at the 27th Oyster Festival, David Mahnken, The oyster-eating contest winner in 2010 was Shawn winner of the Oyster Shucking Contest for nine consecuLeonard of Cold Spring Harbor who ate 144 oysters; he tive years was checking out the competition. Unfortunatebeat out Bruce Gordon of Plainview who ate 84. ly for him, he came in second last year. Come see the contest and join the cheers to “chug, The winner of the 2010 Oyster Shucking Contest was chug, chug.” The oyster eaters are a hardy breed and chug, rather than eat, their oysters. It’s all in fun and Ralph Alarcon of Oyster Bay, who shucked 37 oysters. for a good cause for the annual Oyster Festival that He has been coming in second for several festivals and fiis the major fundraiser that supports over 35 local nally shucked his way to the top. David Mahnken of charities. Melville came in second with 33.

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LIRR STATION

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CAPITAL ONE WELCOME CENTER

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AMUSEMENT RIDES

FOOD COURT SPONSORS FOOD COURT

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OYSTER BOOTH

MAXWELL AVE.

TALL SHIPS

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COAST GUARD RESCUE DEMO

INFO BOOTH

GAZEBO

SPRING ST.

Theodore Roosvelt Memorial Park

ATTRACTIONS, ANTIQUES & MUSIC

AUDREY AVENUE

TOWN HALL

REST ROOMS

RAILROAD MUSEUM

ENTRANCE SOUTH ST.

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One Per Table

GIFT CERTIFICATE

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516-945-3800

109 Lattingtown Road Glen Cove, NY 11542 www.soundviewgc.com

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Waterfront Catering/Off-Site Catering Available

Birthdays, Baby Showers, Rehearsal Dinners, Bridal Showers, Weddings, Anniversaries, Religious Celebrations, Cocktail Parties

Open For Lunch & Dinner, 6 Days a Week

516-922-2650

A Project of The Oyster Bay Rotary Club

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Life Well

Lived At Oyster Bay Manor, we provide gracious assisted living at affordable prices with a comprehensive care program. Enjoy the life ahead of you surrounded by a caring community. Join in activities, find a friend around every corner and celebrate each day. At Harbor House, we specialize in people with Alzheimer’s, dementia and memory impairment and realize that they require individualized care in a compassionate and therapeutic environment. Our all-inclusive assisted living programs provide residents with a variety of recreational activities, comprehensive medical care and all the love and respect they would receive at home.

150 South Street, Oyster Bay • (516) 624-8400 • www.oysterbayseniorcampus.com LICENSED BY THE NYS DEPT. OF HEALTH ELIGIBLE FOR MOST LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE 75815


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