It looks like the new animal hospital and care center is nearly ready to open its doors on Montauk Highway in Sayville. There also seems to be a new ‘pet animal clinic’ at the corner of Gillette Avenue and Montauk in Bayport these days. Does that mean more people have more pets these days or are just taking better care of pets one has to wonder.
The recent newsletter of the Sayville Chamber of Commerce was jammed packed with great news. According to the newsletter Sayville Running Company store co-owner Brendan Barrett finished in the top 13 of this past week's LI Marathon.
The Long Island Maritime Museum sent Patch an update this week on the annual ‘Pirate Festive Aaarghhhives’ slated to be held June 16 and 17.
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Gentle Care Dry Cleaners in Bayport, between Sylvan Avenue and Gillette on Montauk Highway, has a sign out it’s looking to hire on help.
Atlantic Avenue Pizza & Deli, on Weeks Street in Blue Point, has renovated and is offering a slew of lunch and dinner specials and is even selling fresh pizza.
And it looks like a new barber shop opened at Blue Point Commons, where there is also a Philly Cheesesteak place coming soon.
Despite daily drive bys Patch has yet to see anyone coming or going into the new People’s United Bank in Bayport. Are banks not offering toasters or college fund contributions for new accounts any more?
Don't miss the SEA-BBS Visual Arts Showcase on Saturday, May 12 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Bayport-Blue Point High School. The talent of young students is always mesmerizing.
Have you checked out one of Patch’s newest bloggers? Donna Galan is a career coach and expert and offering her valuable insight and tips on everything from the job hunt to good interview skills to how networking can help you find that next great job. She’s even running a job search support with a new job club through May and June so check out the Sayville Library website for registration information.
The West Sayville Fire Department is running one of the most fun and unique fundraisers tonight – a drive-in movie experience. That brings back great memories of the old Patchogue Drive-in where Nicols Road pretty much sits right now where it meets Sunrise Highway. Showtime is 8 p.m., and it’s $20 per vehicle. It’s being shown at Bosti Elementary School in Bohemia. The feature presentation is “Footloose.”
Not a bad way to end a week and kick-off a weekend and support a great local fire department. Very cool idea.