Final Sayville Park Concert of the Summer, Red Fox History Lesson

Also on tap is a spending talk and a hurricane forum.

A Sayville library program Wednesday focuses on the red fox species.
A Sayville library program Wednesday focuses on the red fox species.
There is plenty going on between Bllue Point and West Sayville on hump day this week. Whether it's music and dancing or learning more about those red foxes which are being spotted everywhere and anywhere, something is bound to catch your interest.

Here's a look at what not to miss today:

Wednesdays in the Park          

New York’s Most Dangerous Big Band from Big Band Jazz to Latin to Rock

7 p.m.


The Common Ground/Rotary Park, Sayville

Town of Islip Hurricane Forum

7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Sysco, 199 Lowell Avenue, Central Islip

Save More, Spend Less

Bayport-Blue Point Library

5 seats remaining

7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Chef Rob returns to teach you a variety of ways you might not know about to save money. You’ll learn the best days to buy an airline ticket, how to save 33% every time you buy a mattress, the “healthiest” hotels, where to sell your old electronics, and so much more.

Wild Dogs of Long Island

Sayville Library

7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

The Red Fox has disappeared from many parts of Long Island for the last 20 years but has recently made a comeback, especially here on the South Shore. Learn about how to coexist with them and about their natural history with Frank Vincenti from the Wild Dog Foundation.

Meeting Rooms A/B

And if you have spotted a red fox, let us know where and when on our red fox map form. We'll post the fox map later this week.


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