We all love animals don’t we? We have some wonderful places to visit on Long Island where the staff takes care of some incredible animals and educates the community on how we can help and protect them, as well.
I recommend visiting all of the places listed below with your family. They are all wonderful.
WE HAD THE BEST TIME AT THE TOY FAIR NYC 2018 this past weekend!
We are looking forward to sharing more information with you about all the amazing toys we had seen this weekend and work alongside the companies in finding the best toys for your kids this year. Whether you are looking for a birthday present, holiday gift or just to say, “YOU ARE AWESOME” here is a new toy to play with. We have you covered!
Are you excited for all the egg hunts, bunny breakfasts and Spring fun that Long Island has to offer from now till Easter?
We have a great list of all things Bunnies, Eggs and so much more…
Please note that we are listing all the events that we have been told about or have found. If you want further information about each event please contact those who are running the event. None of the events below are Momee Friends events.
Rain or shine? You would have to ask those who are running the event as well.
It is a beautiful day outside and you want to head outdoors. Being a resident on Long Island we are lucky to be surrounded by such natural beauty. Not only do you get to walk through picturesque scenery but you can capture some amazing photos with your family.
Long Island inhabits beautiful wild flowers, trees, animals and so much more at our local Arboretums, Parks, Nature Preserves and Botanical Gardens. Check out the list of some places to visit with your family, below.
Piece by Piece Bethpage was at it again all month long raising awareness for Autism during the month of April in their community. This time they were having a lot of fun with a blue gnome pass game that 10-year-old Kate Clyne came up with along with her family to support Autism Speaks.
The blue gnomes that are part of Kate’s crew traveled all over Bethpage to different locations. Each day we were delighted to see how many people and businesses in the community shared their pictures in support of Autism by uploading pictures with the blue gnome along with the hashtag #piecebypiecepass. The blue gnome took a picture with the Bethpage FD for Junior Firefighter training, with a happy puppy, Ultimate Gym, and at NSD for Hip Hop Class just to name a few.