Historic Stony Brook Village on Long Island’s North Shore is an undiscovered gem that has all the grace and charm of the Hamptons, but isn’t as pricey or showy, and definitely not as crowded or as far. And now is a great time to visit […]
Developing an interest in photography, astronomy and wildlife viewing/birding is a great way to experience the world from an entirely different perspective and can open a door to new interests and activities.
Because jewelry is so largely symbolic and can hold such personal meaning to those who give it or receive it, finding the right shop where you can choose from a range of styles and get personal, no-pressure assistance is important, according to Anne Maria Bon […]
If you need a great day out after all the hustle and bustle and all that turkey on Thanksgiving, then head down to Stony Brook Village, Long Island, NY for a full day of Black Friday family-friendly events, November 23, starting at 12:00 noon.
The Ward Melville Heritage Organization (WMHO) and Burner Law Group offer unique programming through the 55 + Club series focused on the vitality and life experiences shared by that generation and Bernadette Castro will speak on her illustrious and diverse career at a Master Class […]
On Sunday, November 4, 2018 at 2 pm the Ward Melville Heritage Organization will host the Hindu Festival of Lights celebration, “Diwali” at the WMHO Educational & Cultural Center in Stony Brook, NY. Performances include the Nartan Rang Dance Academy of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, who have performed at the United Nations, Madison Square Garden, Stony Brook University, Lincoln Center and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Village Florist and Events in Stony Brook is more than just a pretty flower shop. Amanda Haggquist-Lamariana, principal, also offers wedding and event services that can transform a special occasion into something memorable and magical.
Girl Scout Troop 2907 of Setauket was recently given a Bronze Award for their creation of a Hydrologic Model, the water cycle at the Ward Melville Heritage Organization’s Ernst Marine Conservation Center at West Meadow Creek.
Author, photographer and historian, Kerriann Flanagan Brosky, along with Paranormal Investigator, Joe Giaquinto (pictured) will share the results of what they uncovered at the William Sidney Mount House in Stony Brook at a book signing event on October 27, 2018.
For a quarter of a century, The Ward Melville Heritage Organization has hosted their Annual Walk for Beauty, in a Beautiful Place in picturesque Stony Brook Village benefiting breast cancer research.