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Locust Valley: A Place Named for Its Beautiful Trees
It's a peaceful setting of elegant homes, rolling hills, two-lane roads and woods filled with the trees that give Locust Valley - right in the heart of Long Island's Gold Coast - its distinctive name.
Strictly speaking, "Locust Valley" on the map is a quaint unincorporated hamlet of Oyster Bay Town, just one square mile in size with shops and boutiques, a library, fire house and Long Island Rail Road Station. But the hamlet was once part of a much larger region in what is now northern Nassau County, settled by farmers around 1667 and dubbed Matinecock after the Indian tribe.
Today, when most residents talk of the "Locust Valley" area, they include, at least, the surrounding incorporated villages of Lattingtown, Matinecock and Mill Neck - a location encompassing two exclusive private golf clubs, the Creek (founded in Lattingtown in 1923 by J. Pierpont Morgan Jr.) and the Piping Rock in Matinecock, historic landmarks and celebrity homes. more...
Chocolicious Chocolatier
East Egg Realty
Locust Valley Market
Piping Rock Associates, Inc.
Raymond James & Assoc.
The Kitchen Lady
The Tax Advisory Group, Inc.
Windham House
 
 
 
Nov/Dec/Jan
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Nov. 28th & 29th
Experience the Adventure of Dianetics
The Hubbard Dianetics Foundation at the Church of Scientology of Long Island is launching its all new Hubbard Dianetics Seminar. Acheive the success and happiness you really want and can have. Attend the Dianetics Seminar and experience the power of Dianetics.
Call for more information: (516) 939-2250
Ryan Gay
Church of Scientology of Long Island
64 Bethpage Road, Hicksville, NY 11801

Dec. 13th
2-3pm

Family Nature Adventure at Bailey Arboretum
"Winter Wonders": We will explore the winter woods and find wonders and surprises.
Jan 10th
2-3pm
Family Nature Adventure at Bailey Arboretum
"New Year Walk" Start the new year off with a new way to see the natural world of Long Island.
Feb. 28th
2-3pm
Family Nature Adventure at Bailey Arboretum
"Winter Trees". Join us for the search for the big trees of bailey Arboretum and learn their stories.
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