A Haunted October on Long Island

A Haunted October on Long Island

Posted by on Oct 8, 2014 in Holiday & Seasonal, Kids & Families | 0 comments

It’s finally that spooky season!  The leaves are rapidly turning and the chill that blows in drops lower each day.  Whats a better way to warm up than to get that blood pumping?  During the whole month of October, in addition to all of the fall festivals and fairs, there are a variety of options for people looking to get spooked! Here is a list of locations in both Nassau and Suffolk County that are suddenly haunted in the spirit of Halloween… Keep in mind that some of these may not be the best for the younger children, so if you are concerned please refer to our post on Fun Fall Fests instead.

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Top Ten ‘Fun Fall Fests’ on Long Island

Top Ten ‘Fun Fall Fests’ on Long Island

Posted by on Oct 2, 2014 in Arts & Culture, Farms & Orchards, Holiday & Seasonal, Kids & Families, Wine & Dine | 0 comments

Summer may be over on Long Island, but don’t fret. Fall is one of the best times to visit –our coastal climate keeps things a bit warmer than the rest of the continent, so the leaf peeping season extends well into November.. But the most anticipated part of the season is the fall festivals. Find a full schedule of events and check out some of our ‘Top Ten’ festivals below. All events at www.discoverlongisland.com

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‘Dog Days,’ Live Music, Comedy And More At Long Island Wineries

‘Dog Days,’ Live Music, Comedy And More At Long Island Wineries

Posted by on Sep 29, 2014 in Wine & Dine | 0 comments

When you visit Long Island you’ll find over three dozen wineries that open their doors to the public for tasting and tours. But what a lot of visitors may not know is that the wineries offer a lot more than just a great wine-tasting experience. There’s live music, trivia nights, ‘bring your dog’ days, comedy fests, and wine-making courses. And don’t forget to check for the upcoming schedule of live music and other events during Winterfest: Live on the Vine, coming up mid-February through mid-March. www.liwinterfest.com

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