Kimberly and Ian Wilder read the poem The Bells by Edgar Allan Poe.
Reading of Edgar Allan Poe’s work on Sunday, October 30, 2016 from 2pm to 4pm at Vines & Hops, 127 E Main St, Riverhead, NY 11901.
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The Riverhead Country Fair 2014 was great fun on a beautiful day. Lots of folk art and community expression. Had to share some of the ideas for carving pumpkins. Will share a couple of photos here. More fun at our Flickr album: Carved Pumpkin Ideas. ______________________More Halloween Fun…
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Happy Halloween! Hope you enjoy this day to visit the neighbors, and see all the children having fun! Below is a photo from our fall celebration: A trip out east to see the farm stands and water scenes of Long Island.
Halloween Trick—a Poem Play a trick on the trick-or-treaters. Read them a poem. Drop a copy into each bag with the treat — Write your own poem. If not enough time this year, books of Halloween poetry are abundant. Check your library or bookstore. Or use one of the poems included in this mailing. Of […]
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Dear Green Supporters: Please help build support for the Green Party in the remaining ten days before the November 2nd Election. 1. Help Call Enrolled Greens Every Green, or Green-friendly person who reads this is asked to take at least 200 phone numbers of Green registrants throughout NYS, and call them before TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, […]
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Featuring : Alan Short, Bob Westcott, Turtlehead, and Jim Frazzitta (with Paul Matthews & Lotek J. Williams). Hosted by Jim Frazzitta. Celebrate Halloween. Wear a costume, sing, dance, and add a little GROOVE to your coffee! SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30 – 8pm. Admission – $10 (includes light refreshments). The CONKLIN BARN corner of NY Ave (Rt. […]
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The creepy, crawly and spooky fill the streets on Halloween night, but alongside them are young trick-or-treaters. Trick-or-treating has become a favorite among American families, partly because of the costumes and holiday, but mostly because of the candy. If you are raising a vegan family, this can prove a huge problem. Even if you don't […]
One must entirely put aside the NY Post headline, written in the most snarky, conservative vain. But, excerpts from their story are below. It is not entirely clear what happened. But, important for the community to stay alert and provide support when figuring out why a young person got shot. story about “H’ween Tween” By […]
KW: While most of us made merry, one brave soul was observed by a reporter, outside the White House, carrying a message to stop the wars. (Wonder if we will find out who it was? Sounds like a Code Pink person.) (excerpt from) The Washington Post Obamas give out treats, fruit to White House trick-or-treaters […]
Biggest Jack-O’-Lantern Ever “Grandfather, you told me you would give me the biggest Jack-O’-Lantern I’ve ever seen.” “That I will, Juliane,” Grandfather assures his ten-year-old granddaughter, “and now is the time.” “Oh, Grandfather, where is it?” she asks, darting her eyes over the back field. “All I see are left-there pumpkins. I don’t see a […]
Hey everyone, don’t forget that our awesome Halloween Dance Party is tomorrow, Wednesday, October 29th, 7pm at the Cinema Arts Centre! Don’t forget to bring yourself, your friends, and a costume! See you there! XOXO- Long Island FNB
Want an easy way to dress as Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire? There are many costumes you can buy that are “Marie Antoinette” of France. Since Marie Antoinette and “The Duchess”, Georgiana Spencer, were contemporaries and friends, an Antoinette costume should convey the same overall impression. And, with the movie “The Duchess” playing now, people might […]
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