Lyndhurst, New Jersey is where the has families far and wide visit for a dinner and show experience like no other. “Jousting, fighting, horsemanship, swordplay and a fresh, hot, four-course feast remain central elements of the dinner attraction.” Medieval Times’ castle
Medieval Times’ has steered away from it’s 34-year tradition of casting a king as the show’s lead role and they have now featured a Queen to headline and her name is, Queen Dona Maria Isabella.
Let’s find out all the details to plan your visit…
The Groundhog Traditions will begin this Friday on Groundhog’s Day when our local groundhogs make their public predictions.
Our two locally famous adorable furry predictors are Holtsville Hal and Malverne Mel. Will there be six more weeks of Winter? Hopefully the weather will be good so we can find out!
Looking for a fun place to go that children of all ages will love?
Head to the Long Island Children’s Museum in Garden City.
The Museum is two levels filled with things to do, explore and enjoy.
Have fun with your family as you experience, “14 interactive exhibits plus live theater, art spaces and daily activities to provide hours of discovery for children of all ages.”
Do your kids love dinosaurs?
Are you looking for a fun family vacation that is not too far from Long Island?
The Dinosaur Place located in Montville, Connecticut is a great place to visit.
Will the groundhog see their shadow tomorrow morning? That is the question we will be asking two groundhog’s here on Long Island, tomorrow.
I am talking about Malverne Mel and Holtsville Hal.
Holtsville Hal is pictured to the right- photo courtesy of www.longislandpress.com
Malverne Mel pictured to the left is a photo taken by www.newsday.com
Would you like to see either groundhog in person?
While we may have been experiencing an unusually string of warm weather here on Long Island, it has not stopped some of us from playing with snow – fake snow that is!
A Big THANKS to our friends at the for having Momee Friends share an interactive reading of The Mitten, by Jan Brett. Montessori Children’s Academy
Long Island’s haunted past comes to life in the book, Historic Haunts of Long Island: Ghosts and Legends from the Gold Coast to Montauk Point , by award-winning author, Kerriann Flanagan Brosky . Long Island is definitely a hotbed for ghostly tales and urban legends.
Here’s a list of some of the eeriest sites to see: