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The Weekender: 5 Things to Do on Long Island This Weekend

From concerts to a nature cleanup, check out these fun things to do on Long Island this weekend.

Mother’s Day Events on Long Island 2021

Looking to plan a fun Mother's Day with mom on Long Island this year? Here are five Mother's Day events on Long Island happening on May 8 and May 9.

Long Island Easter Egg Hunts and Family Easter Events 2021

As spring rolls in, so does Easter time! Here's a roundup of the many fun, family-friendly Easter egg hunts, Easter bunny visits, and other Easter events happening on Long Island this year.

Fundraiser Aims to Save Mom’s Ceramics Studio in Massapequa

Mom’s Ceramics Studio in Massapequa, which made headlines at the start of the coronavirus pandemic for creating ceramic angels and delivering them to hospitals to boost healthcare heroes' spirits, is now fighting to keep its doors open.

Long Island St. Patrick’s Day Events 2021

St. Patrick’s Day may not be as replete with parades and green beer as in years past due to the coronavirus pandemic restrictions, but there are plenty of safe shamrock-themed events to attend on Long Island this year. 

Ice Sculptures Displayed in the Village of Port Jefferson

Port Jefferson Chamber of Commerce, The Village of Port Jefferson held an ice sculpture event for the past two Saturdays and will hold its last on Feb. 13.

Long Island Valentine’s Day Events 2021

A weekend of love is on the horizon with these Long Island Valentine's Day events happening from Friday, Feb. 12 through Sunday, Feb. 14. So get out there and enjoy a fun day or evening with your loved one.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Events on Long Island 2021

Many have the day off from work and school on Monday, Jan. 18, so take time to reflect on the reason for the national holiday — Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday. Here are some ways to celebrate his life and legacy on Long Island.

New Year’s Day Events on Long Island 2021

Make the first day of 2021 a great one. Whether you take a hike in nature, go out for brunch, or both, these Long Island New Year’s Day events can help you feel refreshed for the year ahead.

New Year’s Eve Events on Long Island – Dec. 31, 2020

There’s plenty of events to attend on Long Island before eateries close at 10 p.m., helping you make the most of ringing in this much-needed new year.