Supervisor Romaine Encourages Shoppers to Support Small Business Saturday on November 24th 365

Town of Brookhaven Supervisor Ed Romaine is asking that Brookhaven residents participate in Small Business Saturday on November 24 by shopping at local small businesses across Brookhaven Town. The Chambers of Commerce are joining together to support this initiative which was founded in 2010 by American Express in partnership with the non-profit National Trust for Historic Preservation, Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino, and Roslindale Village Main Street.  

It is celebrated every year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Many of the local businesses in Brookhaven Town are having special sales and promotions to celebrate the event.

Supervisor Ed Romaine said, “Small, local businesses are the backbone of our economy in Brookhaven Town and throughout the country. I encourage everyone to take a break from online shopping, the big boxes and the mall to shop in the stores that are owned by your neighbors. It’s important that we support these businesses that serve our community and create thousands of jobs for our residents.”

Join Patchogue Today this Saturday as We Support our local Small Businesses! Check out our Small Business Saturday Serious and find out more about whats happening in your town.

 

Support Patchogue Small Business Saturday!

Sayville Holiday Parade, Shop Small Winter Wonderland & Miracle on Main

Bellport Small Business Saturday! November 24th, 12-2pm

 

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Patchogue Today to Judge the 26th Annual Christmas Boat Parade 98

Tonight is the Patchogue River Christmas Boat Parade preview party at Off Key Tikki from 5pm to 8pm. Come down and tour the docks at West Bank Marina at Off Key Tikki to view all the boats participating in the Parade. Pick a favorite and cast your vote for the People’s Choice Award while enjoying food and drink specials.

Tomorrow, Sunday, November 24th, is Patchogue River Christmas 26th Annual Boat Parade. The Parade is the perfect ending to the weekend that kicked off Patchogue’s Holiday Season.  This year’s Parade is themed A Pirate Christmas! Approximately 30 boats from across Suffolk County are expected to participate.  The Boat Parade begins at 6pm and it will take vessels about an hour to travel up and down the river.   Riverfront Restaurants such as The Oar Steak & Seafood GrilleDrift 82Off Key TikkiHarbor Crab Co. and Island View Marina will have live music and themed specials.  There are also free public viewing areas where families can view the Parade.  Watch Hill Ferry Terminal on West Avenue and Town of Brookhaven Sandspit Marina on Brightwood Street are said to be two of the best locations.  It is recommended for families to arrive early and make sure to dress warmly.

Patchogue Today is honored to be judging the Boat Parade for the second year in a row. In addition to the Peoples Choice Award which will be decided on Saturday, judges will be tasked choosing winners in the following categories: Best Sound /Music, Best Lights, Closest to Theme, and Best Overall.  Grab your friends and family and come join us to celebrate another great Patchogue Holiday tradition.

Click here to see Highlights from last years Christmas Boat Parade.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anchor Real Estate Celebrates Grand Opening 36

Anchor Real Estate of Long Island, Inc. celebrated its Official Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Wednesday, November 20th. Owner Gina Ferraro was welcomed to the community by members of The Patchogue Greater Chamber of Commerce.

Attendees were treated to beverages and light snacks and a Holiday Market with items available from vendors such as handmade market co., One Hope Wine, Stella & Dot and Pampered Chef.

Anchor Real Estate of Long Island, Inc. is located at 83. E Main Street in Patchogue.

Here are a few photos highlighting the event.

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