The Long Beach Historical Society, 226 W. Penn St., invites you to a 1928 Murder Mystery Play, A Spotlight on Murder, featuring Prohibition, The Roaring Twenties, and “The Talkies” on Friday, October 27th, or Saturday, October 28th at 8:00PM or Sunday, October 29th at 2:00PM. Costumes are welcomed!
Download the reservation form here. Please mail your check for $25pp to The Long Beach Historical Society, P.O. Box 286, Long Beach, NY 11561. Please include your name, phone number or email, the number of seats and names of your guests, and indicate either Friday, or Saturday evening or Sunday afternoon, in order to confirm your reservations. Seating is limited, please RSVP by October 23rd. Beverages, special treats and a prize for best detective that solves the crime. For more information call 516-432-1192.
Cabana will be hosting a Corn Hole Tournament sponsored by Dos Equis on Sunday, October 22nd. The event begins at 1pm and an entry fee of $20 per person gets you complimentary Dos Equis drafts. There will be a Heineken Bike giveaway and prizes will be awarded to the top three teams, including 2 Giants tickets. Sign up before it’s too late!
This coming Sunday, October 22nd, bring the kids down to Speakeasy’s 4th annual Pumpkin Painting Party. The event begins at 12pm and $5 per child includes a complimentary kids buffet, pumpkin, and supplies.
Sherry Blossom, the first restaurant of its kind on Long Island, is now open at 78 W Park Avenue in Long Beach! Their goal is to use the most healthy ingredients to create the highest quality take out food imaginable at an affordable price. We have to admit that Sherry Blossom certainly hit their mark. Sushi burritos are priced at $12.95 and the build-your-own bowl/burrito ranges from $10.95 to $12.95… and you won’t walk out of this place hungry. Sushi burritos were first sold out of a food truck on the west coast and they’re beginning to gain popularity nationwide. Poke bowls, which you’ve certainly heard of, are raw fish salads served in Hawaiian cuisine. Check out Sherry Blossom on Park Ave!
Race2Rebuild, the endurance sports program of Rebuilding Together, returns to Long Beach for a Community 5k fun run on Saturday, October 28th in support of hurricane relief and recovery efforts. This amazing run will bring together the community as well as friends from across Long Island and beyond, to remember the generosity given to the region five years ago following Sandy, and to pay it forward to those recovering from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. As a nonprofit partner, all funds raised by Race2Rebuild will be used to support Rebuilding Together’s seven affiliates in communities impacted by these recent hurricanes.
Event Date: Saturday, October 28, 2017
Benefitting: Harvey- and Irma-Impacted Communities
Event Time: 8:00am: Check-in and Registration
9:00am: 5k Fun Run Start
Meet the candidates running for Long Beach City Council tonight at Temple Israel. Doors open at 6:30pm and meeting starts at 7pm. Learn more about the candidates and their stance on issues important to you!
As the summer season comes to an end, and the leaves begin to fall from the trees, the City of Long Beach is busy making preparations for its 21st Annual Fall Festival. The two day outdoor festival will take place on Saturday, October 14 and Sunday, October 15 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm in Kennedy Plaza located on Park Avenue between National Boulevard and Centre Street.
All are invited to attend this family friendly Long Beach tradition and to stroll through Kennedy Plaza taking in the sights, sounds and smells of autumn. The event offers something for everyone! Continue reading