Island Trees Plainedge
Seaford Old Bethpage Plainview
VOL. 32 NO. 38 February 4,1988 to February 10, 1988 20 CENTS PER COPY
will be c^ommefp;6ratcfj^ wkh'» ^tir*
ring procfs^Oii, ipeepH^s aricl
toration on iunda^^^ Februat^^ A
at 2:00 P.M.
The al'ternoon*$ events an; a recreation
of the type of celebration
that took place on Long ishind In
the lB4Cr$. Visitors are welcomie to
shure in the festiyt^.
l^cele^rattoti wUI hei^n with a
wM0$in «?^ e#(jt^m%ii'<if lliwrfcii^ Birihiky QI Old Bethpage yutage ReMtomthn on Sunday, Febrmry 14, at tip,m
to the Manetto Hill Chijirch
wliece members ,of the Hempstead
Light Oiiapclstiiilfii^ arid other vil-la|
eT^t'^i|i\ r^^-:pQ^ft|'p.ns -of
Washmgtoks AreiweH ^dd^ess.
Visitors, niay join in the singing of
patriotic and tempera,nGe songs
popular in the period. Af>er the
church pr^granPU the assen4»ly wiU
walk to the Noon liin fox some
cider and sumples of a specially
decorated Washington's filrth Pgy
bid Bethpage Village Reslor-tion
is operated by the Museum
Servicjes Division of the Nassau'
County Department of Recreation
and Parks. It is located on Round
Swamp Road in Old Bethpage,
one mile south of the Long IsMmd
£3(pre$sway, exit 48.
The ViUgge is closed on Mon*
(lays and SiiUirdays during Jtiim^
ary ami liel^iniary^ and on re^gri
February 12, Lincoin^s Birthday.
The winter hours are 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Admission to the historical
village ends one hour prior to closing.
A cafeteria and gift shop are in
the reception center. Admij^ion to
the Village is $4,$3 for Nai^au
County residents and $2 for child-ten
ages 5*17 and for Senior Ctli-zei^^
f i l i n g IS f]r<^.
P^f ii^her inlormationt call