The Huntington Holiday Spectacular is returning for 2022!
For those of you who were about to Google it, a turophile is a lover of cheese :-)
UPDATE: For those of you who have contributed to the campaign (or have just been following along) -- The Next Chapter LI has been successful in exceeding their goal of raising $250,000.00 and is moving ahead with their plans to open a new bookstore in Huntington Village.
Back in August, many residents in the Huntington community were upset to learn that Book Review (Long Island's largest independent bookstore) was closing, after over 40 years in business, due to COVID-related financial hardship.
A beloved Huntington business, and Long Island's largest independent bookstore, is expected to close it's doors after over 40 years in business, according to its owner.
Seeking a NEW shopping experience in Huntington?
The Huntington Shopping Center, located south of the Walt Whitman Shops, is in the planning stages of a $40M+ renovation that aspires to include a new Whole Foods Market, additional tenants, new facades, outdoor seating, and increased walkability.
Calling all Artists! The Huntington Township Chamber of Commerces’ Young Professional Committee has partnered with the Huntington Arts Council and Six Harbors Brewing Company to create an exciting opportunity for artists!
John's Crazy Socks was co-founded by John Lee Cronin, a young man with Down syndrome who has a love of colorful and fun socks and likes to do for others. They are on a mission to spread happiness, they hire people with differing abilities, AND they donate 5% of earnings to the Special Olympics.
For over 50 years, Buttercooky Bakery's Borgognone family has served Long Island residents fresh-baked cookies, pastries, and cakes at their three locations in Floral Park, Manhasset, and Huntington.
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