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    Movie review “Mother”

    Darren Aronofsky, writer, director of this film just went off the deep end.  He just wanted to make a film simalar to his award winning “Black Swan.” Read More »

    Fire Island National Seashore October 2017 Programs
    Connecting with the School Community

    In an effort to give back to the local community, West Sayville-based dentist Dr. Richard Sigismondi recently made 47 custom mouthguards for the members of the Sayville High School varsity and junior varsity teams. Read More »

    A Woman’s Perspective Exhibit at BAFFA Gallery

    The current exhibit at the BAFFA Art Gallery, A Woman’s Perspective, has been extended to Saturday, September 30th.

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    National League of American Pen Women Exhibit at BAFFA Art Gallery

    The BAFFA art Gallery will present an exhibit of painting and sculpture by members of the National League of American Pen Women – Manhattan-New York City Branch.

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    Sayville School District LOWERS the Tax Rate For Second Consecutive Year

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    In May 2017, Sayville voters may remember approving one of the lowest tax-rate increases among all Long Island school districts when they went to the polls for the Sayville School District’s 2017-2018 Proposed Budget. Read More »

    The Sergeant Timothy J. Henck Memorial Field Named for a Hometown Hero

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    The Sayville School District in collaboration with the Suffolk County Police Department held a special dedication ceremony at the new Sayville Multisport Athletic Turf Field to honor a Sayville graduate: Sergeant Timothy J. Henck, a Sayville resident, a husband, and new father, who died in the line of duty in 1995. Read More »

    Go-Fly-A-Kite Day at the LIMM

    Spend a fun afternoon at the Museum, with free admission for the entire family. Bring your own kite or purchase one there. Kick back and let the wind do the work!

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    Sayville Village Improvement Society First Meeting of Season

    The Sayville Village Improvement Society – SVIS – will hold its first meeting of the 2017-2018 season on Monday, October 2nd at 12:30 p.m. in the Gillette House at 47 Gillette Avenue, in Sayville. Read More »

    West Sayville F.D. Flying Dutchmen Win Suffolk-Nassau Invitational Drill

    On July 29, 2017, the West Sayville Fire Department Flying Dutchmen Drill Team emerged as victors in the 55th Annual Suffolk-Nassau Invitational Motorized Drill hosted by the Central Islip Fire Department at their Wheeler Road training facility. Read More »

    Sayville Movie Theatre Movies Review

    Great films showing at Sayville Movie Theatre.

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    Flying Dutchmen 2017 Suffolk County Champions

    The West Sayville Fire Department Flying Dutchmen drill team added another victory on Saturday July 8th, by winning for the 33rd time in the team’s history, the annual Suffolk County Volunteer Fireman’s Association’s firematic competition hosted by the Selden Fire Department at the Brookhaven Town Fireman’s Memorial Park in Ridge. Read More »

    Sayville Library Events

    The Sayville Library, as part of our community’s educational system, is dedicated to providing, on equal terms, service to all individuals and groups of every age.

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    September Events for the Connetquot Public Library

    The Connetquot Public Library was founded in 1974. The library district covers an area of 21.1 square miles, including the hamlets of Ronkonkoma, Bohemia and Oakdale, Long Island, New York, and serves a population of approximately 40,000 people. Read More »

    Sayville Young People’s Opera Workshop Events

    The Sayville Young People’s Opera Workshop (SYPOW) was organized in the summer of 1996 when voice teacher Donna Hailey said to drama teacher Steven Hailey, “We need somewhere to introduce opera and operetta to young people.”

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