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St. James St. Patrick's Day Parade

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

March 17, 2018 1:00 pm Along Lake Avenue from Woodlawn to Railroad Avenues. Piper bands, marching bands, Scout troops, dance groups, floats, fire trucks, antique cars and more.


Remembering The Ladies Smithtown Library Event

Remembering the Ladies: Long Island Women during the Revolutionary War
In March 1776, Abigail Adams wrote her husband at the Continental Congress, asking that they “Remember the Ladies” when establishing a new code of laws. Not surprisingly, John Adams dismissed her ideas as frivolous since women were seldom considered in matters of government at the time. Indeed, women are almost invisible in most accounts of the Revolutionary War on Long Island, though they experienced more than seven years of British occupation, enduring battles, raids, and calculated humiliations throughout.  Dr. Natalie Naylor, Professor Emeritus Hofstra University and author of Women in Long Island’s Past: A History of Eminent Ladies and Everyday Lives will shed light on what life was like for Long Island women during the Revolution, what they did to cope, or, in some instances participate, and how they ultimately survived the ordeal.  This program has been rescheduled for Tuesday, March 27 from 7:00-8:30pm at the Smithtown Main Building of The Smithtown Library.  The Smithtown Main Building is located at 1 North Country Road, Smithtown NY 11787.  This is a free program, but registration is required.  For more information, please call (631) 360-2480 ext. 197.


St Baldrick's Community Event Nesconset Library March 15


LIVE@Deepwells Concerts April 4 Brother Brothers

LIVE@Deepwells continues its 2018 concert season on April 4 with the Brother Brothers and special guest Alyssa Dann at the historic Deepwells Mansion in St. James.

The Brother Brothers, based in Brooklyn, are a duo of twin brothers Adam and David Moss whose music combines A
ppalachian folk and bluegrass traditions. Featuring David on cello and guitar and Adam on the five-string fiddle, they released their EP Tugboats in 2017 and are planning to release a full length album this year. 

Alyssa Dann, a 16-year-old singer songwriter from Woodstock, NY, is the daughter of acclaimed producer and session musician Mark Dann and his wife, Lisa Klotz. In 2016, she received a youth scholarship to the Northeast Regional Folk 
Alliance (NERFA) conference and continues to garner favorable reviews for her singing and songwriting skills. 

LIVE@Deepwells is a not-for-profit monthly concert series. Doors open at 7pm and the concert starts at 8pm at the Deepwells Mansion, 2 Taylor Lane, in Saint James, NY. Admission is $10 and parking is free. For more information, visit liveatdeepwells.org/2017/11/07/coming-april-4th-the-brother-brothers-with-special-guest-alyssa-dann/ or call 631-862-2020.



Events - Viking Auction April 27


Friday, April 27th

Loyal Lodge Sons of Norway

Parish Hall of St. James Lutheran Church

230 Second Avenue, St. James

Entrance fee is $15 for 25 numbers

Additional yellow cards $10

Save money and buy bundles of yellow, blue and red tickets.

Many high priced items!

Doors open at 6:30, bring a friend!

Complimentary coffee and cake

Questions? Contact 631-880-8820


Tales For Tots 2018


Volunteers Wanted For Commack's St Baldrick's Foundation Event

St. Baldrick’s Foundation
Conquer Kid’s Cancer

Lee Tunick, Bill Scaduto and Dan Revera
St. Baldrick’s Volunteer Organizers


Volunteers baldly stand in solidarity with the 160,000 kids diagnosed with cancer each year while raising money to fund pediatric cancer research

Commack, New York – The St. Baldrick’s Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising money to fund the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long and healthy lives, has issued a lofty challenge to everyone who wants to help raise money for pediatric cancer research: Be a hero for kids with cancer by shaving your head in return for pledges of financial support from friends and family.


Participants find that shaving their head in solidarity with the approximately 160,000 children who are diagnosed with cancer each year and frequently lose their hair as a result of treatment, is a small sacrifice in comparison to what these children endure. 

On March 16, 2018, we invite all parents, students, community members, and faculty to join us in our efforts shave their heads to help Conquer Kids’ Cancer! The event will be held locally at Commack High School. The head shavings will commence at 3:00 PM. For all the information, please sign up here: https://www.stbaldricks.org/events/mypage/4465/2018                                                                                              

Last year, at our 8th event, we raised over $55,000 to help Conquer Kids’ Cancer.  $25 million was raised nationally! Over the 8 years that we have been doing this event, Commack has raised $599,000!


About the St. Baldrick’s Foundation

The St. Baldrick’s Foundation makes grants to research institutions to find new cures for childhood cancer, and to find treatments to ensure a better quality of life for patients and survivors. The Foundation funds research projects conducted by established pediatric cancer experts, as well as younger professionals who will be the experts of tomorrow. Funds also enable hundreds of local institutions to participate in national pediatric cancer clinical trials, offering the best available care for every child. The St. Baldrick’s Foundation is grateful to its many volunteers (bald or not!), donors and sponsors, including Allied World, Barbicide, Dowling & Partners, elope, Markit, and PartnerRe. For more information about St. Baldrick’s, please call 1.888.899.BALD or visit www.StBaldricks.org.

This event is sponsored by the Commack Teachers Association. It is not endorsed by the Commack School District and any participation is at the discretion of the parent/participant.


Farm To Table Catering Announces Easter Sunday Buffet


Smithtown Historical Society's Spring Lecture Series 


SC Presiding Officer DuWayne Gregory Announces Forum On Gun Violence

HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. – Suffolk County Legislature Presiding Officer DuWayne Gregory has announced that he will host a Town Hall-style forum on gun violence on Monday, March 12, 2018 at 7 p.m. at the Suffolk County Legislature’s Hauppauge building (William H. Rogers Legislative Building, William J. Lindsay Complex 725 Veterans Memorial Highway, Smithtown)

“We can hardly let another day go by without giving our students, parents, and community members an opportunity to discuss the horrific events in Parkland, Florida, their implications, and the need for change in the current laws governing gun ownership,” said Presiding Officer Gregory. “Momentum born out of tragedy can be a powerful force for change. Now is the time to bring people together for constructive dialogue.”