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National Public Lands Day – Patchogue River Cleanup
Dates/Times: Sunday, October 16, 10 am – 3 pm  
Fee Information: Free
Location: Patchogue Watch Hill Ferry Terminal
Abstract: Celebrate National Public Lands Day by participating in the first-ever Patchogue River Volunteer Cleanup!
Description: The National Park Service, Village of Patchogue, Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce, Cornell Cooperative Extension and surrounding Patchogue River businesses invite you to participate in the first-ever Patchogue River Cleanup! Start the day off at the Patchogue Watch Hill Ferry Terminal for important information about the day's activities and clean-up locations, and to pick up your clean-up supplies. Enjoy maritime music by the Shipmates and family friendly activities throughout the day including river-themed activities, children’s story time and crafts. Both land-based and boat-based clean-up options will be available and individuals with private vessels are encouraged to sign up.
For more information email:
Thursday, October 20th. Keep Islip Clean public meeting. Topics include litter, beautification and recycling issues impacting local Town of Islip communities. 7pm, East Islip Library, 381 East Main Street. For more information: 631-224-2627 or
New York State African Violet Society will present its 2016 Convention
African Violets- A Long Island State of Mind
Clarion Hotel and Conference Center
3845 Veterans Memorial Highway
Friday, October 21
Saturday, October 22

For More Information   or call 6312772880

Creatures of the Night
Friday, October 28, 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Wilderness Visitor Center
Abstract: Discover creatures of the night and the music that they make. Learn about bats and bat research at Fire Island National Seashore, and about other wildlife that work the night shift.
Description:  Learn about nature’s nightlife on Fire Island. After an indoor presentation, head out into the night to look and listen for bats, chilly crickets, and other nocturnal creatures. Dress for the outdoors.
For more information email: or call 631-687-4780 (weekdays), 631-281-3010 (weekends).
Documents in Stone
Dates/Times: Saturday, October 29, 10 am – 12 pm
Fee Information: Free
Location: William Floyd Estate
Event Abstract: Learn about genealogical research through an examination of the Estate’s historic grave markers.  
Event Description: This examination of the Estate’s historic grave markers provides a unique introduction to genealogical research. Explore the materials they were made of, foot stones, kinship and burial characteristics. Learn about the origins of the “Death Head” and do a gravestone rubbing. Reservations required.
For more information and reservations call: 631-399-2030.

Harvest Season Botany
Sunday, October 30, 2 pm – 3:30 pm
Fire Island Lighthouse, Fresnel Lens Building
Fee Information: Free
Abstract: Explore autumn leaves and seeds and Fire Island’s fall landscape.
Program Description: Its harvest season along the boardwalks and beaches of Fire Island.  Summer flowers have turned to fruit and autumn leaves and falling. After a short indoor presentation, take a guided botanical ramble around the Fire Island Lighthouse. Learn plant identification, natural history and folk lore. 
For more information email: or call 631-687-4780.


In Honor of Trees 
Dates/Times: Saturday, November 5, 10 am – 12 pm
Fee Information: Free
Location: William Floyd Estate
Event Abstract: Join this guided tree walk at the William Floyd Estate and enjoy the autumn splendor. 
Event Description:  The many different trees on the Estate are yours to identify and yours to enjoy in their autumn splendor. Learn how to identify them by their leaf shape and color, and by their bark and buds.
For more information call: 631-399-2030.

Educator’s Open House
Tuesday, November 8, 10 am – 2 pm
Patchogue Watch Hill Ferry Terminal
Fire Island National Seashore offers endless opportunities for student learning and discovery. Educators of all grade levels and disciplines are invited to this open house to learn about the many ways the Seashore can be utilized as an informal classroom to meet student learning objectives. Shoreline dynamics, climate change, ecological succession, colonial history and maritime history are just of the few topics that can be explored.
For more information email: or call 631-687-4780.

Junior Ranger Night Sky Explorer
Friday, November 11, 6 pm – 8 pm
Wilderness Visitor Center
Abstract: This interactive children’s program explores  the stars and constellations in the night sky above Fire Island.  
Description: Discover the stars and constellations above Fire Island and the value of dark night skies in nature. For children ages 8 and up and their care givers. Dress for the outdoors.
Registration required. For information and registration email: or call 631-281-3010.

Thank you to all our United States Veterans!
Friday, November 11
Fire Island Lighthouse
Free Tower Tours during regular operating hours to all veterans who served in the military.

Waterfowl Workshop
Saturday November 12, 1 pm – 3 pm
Wilderness Visitor Center
Description: After an indoor presentation, walk the ocean shore and bayside of Fire Island in search of ducks and geese in surrounding waters. Learn the basics of waterfowl identification and discover why Fire Island is a hotspot for chilly season water birds. Dress for the outdoors and bring binoculars if you have them. Rain or shine.
For more information email: or call 631-281-3010.

Save Our Sea Turtles
Wilderness Visitor Center
Saturday, November 19, 2 pm – 3 pm
Abstract: Learn about the sea turtles in our area and how you can help protect them.
Description: The Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation manages the New York marine Mammal and Sea Turtle Stranding Program. Learn about the organization, the sea turtles in our waters and what you can do to help protect them.
For more information email: or call 281-3010 (weekends).

Old Mastic Bird Walk
William Floyd Estate
Sunday, November 20, 9 am – 11:30 am
Abstract: A autumn birding walk through the varied habitats of the William Floyd Estate.
Description: Its migration time and this three mile bird walk through woods, fields and wetlands of the William Floyd Estate should produce a good variety of bird species. Bring binoculars if you have them and dress for the outdoors.

Thanksgiving Day-After Beach to Breach Hike
Wilderness Visitor Center
Friday, November 25, 10 am – 1 pm
Abstract:  Make the most of your holiday weekend. Walk off those Thanksgiving calories while exploring Fire Island’s dynamic shore.
Description:   Fire Island’s constantly changing landscape is shaped by each tide, season, and year. Come explore the nature of fall and the dynamic beach environment on this 3-mile round-trip holiday hike to the wilderness breach. Dress for the weather, bring drinking water and a snack, and be prepared for walking on sand.
For more information email: or call 631-687-4780 (weekdays), 631-281-3010 (weekends).

Annual Tree Trimming Event
Saturday, November 26, 10 am – 3 pm
Fire Island Lighthouse
Event Abstract: Help decorate the Lighthouse holiday tree.
Event Description: Kick off the holiday season by helping to decorate the traditional lighthouse tree. Bring a handmade ornament relating to the sea, nature, or the lighthouse to hang on the tree. Free hot chocolate and cookies.

Thanksgiving Weekend Evening Tower Tour
Dates/Times: Saturday, November 26, 4 pm - 5:30 pm
Fee Information:  $15 for Fire Island Lighthouse Preservation Society members/ $20 for non-members. Reservations required.
Experience the Lighthouse at night while working off some of some of those holiday calories. Bring a flashlight for the walk back to the parking field. Sunset 4:29 pm
Reservations required. For more information and reservations call: The Fire Island Lighthouse Preservation Society at 631-661-4876.


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