Oyster Bay residents can join a co-ed walking program at two town parks beginning May first that can provide both exercise and a way to meet new people.
Councilwoman said walking is "an ideal form of activity for men and women of all fitness levels," and "best of all, you can learn great tips on exercise while getting a workout for free.”
The town’s Spring Co-Ed Walking Program begins Monday, May 1, and continues through Thursday, June 7. The program will be held at both and in Massapequa.
- John J. Burns Park: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10-11 a.m. beginning May 1, walkers meet in the parking lot to the left of the main entrance on Merrick Road.
- Syosset-Woodbury Park: Mondays and Wednesdays, 10-11 a.m. beginning Wednesday, May 2, walkers will meet in front of the mansion at the park, off Jericho Turnpike.
Those who want to walk more than twice a week are welcome to sign up for all four sessions.
Registration forms can be obtained at Town Hall South and at the Recreation Office in the . They should be returned to the Recreation Division or to the Town of Oyster Bay Parks Department, Attn: Recreation/Walking Program, 977 Hicksville Road, Massapequa 11758. Participants can also sign up on the first day of class.
For further information, contact the Recreation Division at (516) 797-4125, prompt No. 3.
Season's final "Distinguished Artist" program May 6
A one-woman show featuring motivational speaker and actress Dorothy Leeds will be the final performance in the 2011-12 “Distinguished Artists” concerts series.
In "Good Lessons from Bad Women," Leeds wrestles with the concept of goodness and dives deep into a world where good is bad and bad is good.
“Instructed from childhood by her mother to be a ‘good girl’ like the ever-virtuous Eleanor Roosevelt, Dorothy wonders what might be on the other side of goodness," said Councilwoman Beth Faughnan.
Along the way, she encounteres a series of women including original sinner Eve and the naughty Mae West, Faughnan said. "In seven vignettes, and frequent conflicts with Eleanor Roosevelt, Ms. Leeds learns from these fascinating women by becoming each one and imparting the subtle lessons they teach."
The performance is Sunday, May 6, at the , at 40 Harbor Lane, Massapequa Park, beginning at 2 p.m.
The “” concert series is sponsored by the Cultural and Performing Arts (CAPA) Division of the Town of Oyster Bay’s Department of Community & Youth Services. Anyone interested in obtaining a schedule of free concerts should call 797-7900.
Town must be notified when mortgage is satisfied
In order to avoid late tax payment penalties, Oyster Bay residential property owners must notify the town upon satisfying their mortgage.
Oyster Bay Town Receiver of Taxes said residents who recently purchased a home, condominium or co-op unit, or just refinanced or transferred the mortgage on their property, should also send the notification
The notification should be in writing, and sent to James J. Stefanich, Receiver of Taxes, Town of Oyster Bay, 74 Audrey Avenue, Oyster Bay, NY 11771-1539.
When writing, property owners should include the legal property description, including the school district, section, block, and lot numbers, as well as the name and address to which current and future tax bills should be directed. In the case of condominiums, the building and unit number should be noted.
Homeowners requiring further assistance should contact the Office of the Receiver of Taxes at 516-624-6400.