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    Sail into Summer

    June 03

    Start summer on the right foot by going on the water. Harborfest at Port Washington invites you to eat, drink and go sailing. There will be local food offerings, live music, art in the park, fire boat demos and almost 100 local craft vendors. 

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    Montauk Music Festival

    May 01

    Sand, sun, surf, and music. Long Island's beautiful coast was made for this. Now in its 10th year, the Montauk Music Festival delights audiences for four days of soul-satisfying rhythm during a lively celebration that features talented up-and-coming independent artists beginning Thursday, May 16th. 

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    Celebrate Spring in Wantagh

    April 01

    See Spring in full swing at the Wantagh Spring Festival on SundayApril 28th.

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    Food Done It?

    March 04

    Dig into a culinary twist on the old-fashioned 'Who Done It' mystery! Three Long Island cities, Patchogue, Huntington and Babylon will play host to your ghastly good meal, each with a different theme and unique set of clues.

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    Harborfrost in Sag Harbor

    February 01

    This month, come and celebrate HarborFrost, an annual winter festival in Long Island's Sag Harbor where two of mother nature's most extreme elements take center stage--fire and ice! 

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    Go Cruising for Seals

    January 01

    Bundle up to cruise the water off of Long Island's South Shore. Trust us, or Captain Lou, it's worth staving off a shiver for the chance to see a baby seal! Captain Lou's Fleet runs tours through April, but January is the best month to spot a pup.

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  • Get in the Spirit in Skates

    December 03

    Lace up your skates to spin your way into Christmas. Open late November through mid-March, Christopher Morley’s outdoor ice skating rink draws recreational skaters and hockey teams alike.

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  • Walk through Autumn in Nassau County

    November 05

    Trade your heels for sneakers and spend the rest of your day looking up. Nassau County invites you to wander in wonder on some of the best walking trails on Long Island.

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  • The World’s Your Oyster at This Festival

    October 01

    Join us at the waterfront at Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park in Oyster Bay on October 13-14, for the Harmony Home Concierge 35th Anniversary Oyster Festival.

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  • The History of Roosevelt Field

    September 03

    One of the largest, most popular shopping malls in the state of New York, Roosevelt Field is conveniently located just a half hour’s drive from our hotel.

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  • Bring Your Wedding Dreams to Life

    August 06

    Let your imagination run wild with our Summer Bridal Showcase hosted at our magnificent Georgian estate on August 16th from 6 pm to 9 pm. Glen Cove Mansion has been the setting of storybook weddings since our opening. Tucked away on 55 acres of sprawling landscaped grounds, the stunning surroundings are the ideal location for your picture-perfect wedding.

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  • Feel the Magic at Morgan Park Summer Music Festival

    July 08

    Make the most of these sultry summer nights by listening to Grammy Award-winning live musicians under the stars at Morgan Park Summer Music Festival. Celebrating its 59th year, the music series draws a relaxed crowd of music aficionados from around New York.

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  • Anything Goes: The Jazz Age Exhibition Arrives at Nassau County Museum of Art

    June 06

    Immerse yourself in the decadent art world of the wild and roaring 20’s. Anything Goes: The Jazz Age exhibition leaves no stone unturned when painting an all-encompassing picture of one of America’s favorite eras. The multimedia show includes paintings, drawings, music, literature, furniture, fashion, and jewelry from famous artist and designers such as Picasso, Matisse, Tamara de Lempicka, and more.

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  • Inaugural Pan Am Exhibit at the Cradle of Aviation Museum

    May 07

    Step back in time to 1938 when the legendary Boeing 314 Flying Boats took to the sky. The Clippers, a name given to all Pan Am aircraft, were “one-class” luxury vessels whose seats converted into 36 overnight bunks. 

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  • Long Island’s Auto-Racing History: The Vanderbilt Cup Races

    April 06

    Return with us to a time near the end of an era known as the Belle Époque, just after the turn of the century. The world was marveling at the Eiffel Tower, grand lawn parties were hosted here at what was then called “The Manor,” and sultry summer evenings and lavish ballrooms were filled with the sounds of champagne corks popping and the strains of the waltz. 

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  • A Perfect Day at The Mansion

    March 05

    Imagine waking up in a stately manor imbued with history, elegance, and fame--here at Glen Cove Mansion we aim to live up to the traditions and grace of the original Pratt Family. From breakfast until dinner, every detail is majestic and guests are treated with historic hospitality.

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