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  Wed Aug 15

German Fall Festival

  Sun Aug 12


  Wed Aug 15

Save The Date!

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Beach Ride Open for Sunday September 30th 
We had so much interest in the beach ride we booked a second day with the county Sunday September 30th. We are opened the second day to everyone on the waitlist and now we are opening the additional spots to our members first for two weeks. Please contact with questions.
You can download an application (link below) and mail it in to the po box or drop it off at the Gymkhana Show this Sunday August 5th at the Bohemia Equestrian Center.
PO Box 39 
East Islip, NY 11730 
Beach Ride Application
Because of the 2nd Day of Beach Rides we are changing Jack Benny to October 7th
There was an error in the last email calander. The 2nd IHA Western show is August 19th. You can view the corrected calendar here.
  Tue Aug 14

Dog walk Saturday August , 18

LI-DOG Pack Walk™ at Massapequa Preserve!
Sat., Aug. 18th, 10 AM – Noon
Massapequa Park, NY


How does a nice, easy walk along a shaded path in the woods with your dog on a summer morning sound? Want to meet other dog owners and their dogs, too? If either of these sound good, then please join us for our LI-DOG Pack Walk™ at Massapequa Preserve on Sat., Aug. 18th at 10 o’clock in the morning!

On our Aug. 18th Pack Walk™ –a guided, group on-leash dog walk–we’ll be walking the Fire Road Trail, a flat, wide dirt trail within Massapequa Preserve. The trail is about a mile and a half long and ends at a clearing with a creek and shallow pond where we’ll stop for water and photos. Some dog owners bring their dogs to swim in the pond. Once we’ve rested, we’ll head back up the trail to where we started.

Please note: while there may be off-leash dogs on the trail, dogs must be kept on leash on the LI-DOG Pack Walk™. Please don’t forget to bring poop bags as pick up is a must, and while the trail is shaded by trees, don’t forget to bring water for you and your pup. Please NO retractable leashes as we are walking in a group and dogs can get tangled,

The Fire Road Trail within Massapequa Preserve opened to on-leash dogs in early 2015 in response to LI-DOG’s campaign to get more access to Nassau County parks. Please help us protect access to the preserve by keeping dogs on-leash and off the bike path. Meet us on the dirt path near the north end of the Mansfield Park parking lot at the Walker St. Entrance. Watch out for bikes as you cross the asphalt bike path to the dirt path!


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We look forward to seeing you and your dogs on Sat., Aug. 18th for LI-DOG’s Pack Walk™ at Massapequa Preserve!


How does a nice, easy walk along a shaded path in the woods with your dog on a summer morning sound? Want to meet other dog owners and their pups? If all that sounds good, join us for our LI-DOG Pack Walk™ at Massapequa Preserve on Sat., Aug. 18th! For details, go to LI-DOG Pack Walk™ at Massapequa Preserve.

  Sat Aug 11

north medford

*** North of the Expressway ***


1.1 Acres

3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath

Master Bedroom 1st Floor

Eat-in Kitchen

Living Room

Nice Starter Home 


Handyman Special

(needs updating)

taxes $8,250

For A Private Showing, Contact Janice

or call 6311-979-2965

  Thu Aug 16

Lost Kitten Found In Ridge 7/27/2018

  Fri Aug 10

July 5 New Mosquito Samples In Suffolk Test Positive for West Nile

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NY - Suffolk County Health Commissioner Dr. James Tomarken announced on Friday that five new mosquito samples have tested positive for West Nile virus. 

Four samples were Culex pipiens-restuans and one was Culiseta melanura, a species that feeds primarily on birds.

The Culex pipiens-restuans samples, were collected between July 10 and July 13, from Dix Hills,West Babylon, North Babylon, and Huntington.

The Culiseta melanurasample was collected in Yaphank from Southaven County Park on July 11.

To date, the county has confirmed nine mosquito samples have tested positive for West Nile Virus.

The confirmation of West Nile virus in mosquito samples or birds indicates the presence of West Nile virus in the area," Tomarken said. "While there is no cause for alarm, we advise residents to cooperate with us in our efforts to reduce the exposure to the virus, which can be debilitating to humans."

According to Tomarken, most people infected with West Nile virus will experience mild or no symptoms, but some can develop severe symptoms including high fever, headache, neck stiffness, stupor, disorientation, coma, tremors, convulsions, muscle weakness, vision loss, numbness and paralysis. 

The symptoms may last several weeks, and neurological effects may be permanent. Individuals, especially those 50 years of age or older, or those with compromised immune systems, who are most at risk, are urged to take precautions to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes. 

To avoid mosquito bites, residents are advised to:

  • Minimize outdoor activities between dusk and dawn. 
  • Wear shoes and socks, long pants and long-sleeved shirts when mosquitoes are active. 
  • Use mosquito repellent, following label directions carefully. 
  • Make sure all windows and doors have screens, and that all screens are in good repair.
  • Keep mosquitoes from laying eggs inside and outside of your home. Once a week, empty and scrub, turn over, cover, or throw out containers that hold water, such as vases, pet water bowls, flowerpot saucers, discarded tires, buckets, pool covers, birdbaths, trash cans and rain barrels.

Dead birds may indicate the presence of West Nile virus in the area. 

To report dead birds, call the Public Health Information Line in Suffolk County at 631-852-5999 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Residents are encouraged to take a photograph of any bird in question.

  Mon Aug 13

sharing a tractor trailer load of Suncoast Pine Shavings

  1. I am looking for someone  anywhere on Long Island who may be interested in sharing a tractor trailer load of Suncoast Pine Shavings.  These may be seen at  Suncoast are very high quality, dustless shavings from Georgia, available in fine, medium, or large flakes, and compressed into your choice of 10 cu ft. or 12 cu ft. plastic bags.  A half load is approximately 650 bags, delivered plastic wrapped with rain caps on pallets for outside storage.  If someone is interested in less than a half load, I am able to take more than half.  If interested, or if you would like to see these shavings, please contact me at


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  Mon Aug 13


Summer is here! Do you need barn, fence, or property repair? I am a fellow horse owner and available to complete any task. No job is too big or too small. The safety and health of your horse is my top priority. Give me a call, text, or email: (631)466-2936

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