Friday, October 4, 2019

Celebrate Fall on Long Island




‘Tis the season for farms, hayrides, apple cider donuts, and more! Mark your calendars for these local events and celebrate autumn all season long on Long Island Amityville Apple Festival Oct. 6, 10 am.-4 pm, Amityville Apple lovers unite at this delicious event! Indulge in pies and pastries made from fresh-picked New York apples. You can also grab some fresh apples for yourself and the family. Accompanied by vendors and live music, it’s the perfect event to satisfy your festive needs. Montauk Fall Family Festival Oct. 12, 13, 11 am-5 pm, Montauk This year is the 38th annual Montauk Fall Family Festival, and you don’t want to miss out on this classic! Get crafty at the beautiful sand art and street painting, or get competitive at the traditional clam-chowder contest! Complete with a 30-horse carousel, it’s an event you’ll want to experience! Fall Harvest Festival & Street Fair Oct. 19, 11 am-6 pm, Babylon Babylon’s 27th annual street fair promises to excite those of all ages! From face painting to live music from performing stages, there’s something for the whole family. Local bakeries and restaurants will come together to offer delicious food options. With both petting zoos and pony rides options, you’ll want to spend the whole day there. Rain date is Saturday, October 26th. Oysterfest Oct. 19, 20, 11 am-6 .m, Oyster Bay Oysterfest is the second-largest annual event on Long Island. It includes live entertainment, pirate shows, amusement rides, and their iconic oyster eating and shucking contest. If you’re not the biggest fan of oysters, don’t worry! They also have a wide array of food vendors and beer options. Have a very happy fall, from all of us here at P.T.R.C. Inc! At P.T.R.C., Inc., we’ve made it our mission to ensure our clients pay the lowest amount in property tax as required by law. Since 1990, we’ve been recognized as fair and honest, and our clients benefit from the close working relationships we’ve established with the assessing units over the years

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