In the Neighborhood

In the Neighborhood

ALPHA—St. Thomas More in Hauppauge is inviting you to dinner and a movie at ALPHA. What is ALPHA? It is an opportunity to explore the Christian faith in a friendly, open and informal environment. Each session begins with a free dinner and video followed by small group discussion. ALPHA begins Sep 17 at 6:30pm and runs for ten weeks. For more information or to sign up, email mecarroll@optonline.net or jmtwhite@optonline.net or call 631-234-0397.

Attention Young Adults (ages 21 to 39) - You are invited to the following events hosted by the Diocese of Rockville Centre: (1) Catholic Young Adults Monthly Mass, second Tuesday of the month at 8:00pm, Tue, Sep 10 at Our Lady of Victory Parish in Floral Park and Tue, Oct 8 at Christ the King Parish in Commack. Social to follow at local eatery. (2) Young Adult Holy Hour, Thu, Sep 19 at 7:30pm at the Church of St. Patrick, 400 Main Street in Huntington. Dinner provided. (3) Faith & Football Fall Speakers Series, Thu, Oct 7 at Mulcahy’s Pub and Concert Hall in Wantagh starting a 7:00pm Game and Social at 8:30pm. (4) Monthly Rosary at St. Rose of Lima Church, 2 Bayview Avenue in Massapequa in the Fr. Graham Center Chapel Wed, Oct 16 at 7:30pm. Social to follow at a local eatery. For information visit drvcya.org.

Book on the Business of Abortion—Vincent J. Lentini, a member of the Knights of Columbus, Council #6911, has written an eBook about the great evil of abortion and Planned Parenthood. This eBook is dedicated to the Pro-Life community who has worked valiantly defending the dignity and sanctity of human life. A portion of the proceeds from this eBook, will go to purchasing a new ultrasound machine, in partnership with the Knights of Columbus. This eBook is now available on Amazon and iTunes for $3.99.

Columbiettes Garage Sale—Sat, Oct 5 at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 96 Second Avenue in Brentwood from 8:00am-4:00pm. Vendors wanted.For additional information, call Viviana Garamy at 631-231-1859

Heritage Country Fair—Sun, Sep 22 from 10:00am-5:00pm hosted by the Smithtown Historical Society, 239 Middle Country Road in Smithtown. Fun for the whole family. Traditional dancing, traditional music, spinning and weaving, historic fly-over, Atlantic Baseball Club, Island Long Riders, kids games and crafts, petting zoo, reenactors. Adults: $5, children free.

Kellenberg Memorial’s 8th Annual Food & Wine Expo—Sat, Sep 21 from 6:00pm-9:00pm. Kellenberg Alumni Parents Association (KAPA) and KMHS Parents Club invite you to an evening of delicious food and fun, featuring culinary treats provided by popular eateries, as well as fine wines and craft beers, at the school located at 1400 Glenn Curtiss Blvd in Uniondale. The evening will include various raffle prizes. Guests may add onto their registration to reserve their own table for eight people in the cafeteria for an additional $100. The deadline to purchase tickets in advance at the cost of $40 is Sep 19. Walk-ins: $50. Visit www.kellenberg.org/expo for tickets. For more information, contact Denise Miles at MrsMiles@kellenberg.org or 516-292-0200, ext. 245.

Men’s Forum—Hey Catholic Man! The Lord is calling! Calling you, now, to a deeper relationship with Him. The 12th Men’s Forum season begins on Mon, Sep 23 at St. Philip & James Church, 459 Clinton Avenue in St. James. 6:30pm Adoration, 7:30pm Mass, 8:30pm coffee and cake. Come for all or part of the program.

Octoberfest 2019—Fri, Oct 4 from 7:30-11:00pm at Our Lady of Grace Church, Fr. Shanahan Hall, 666 Albin Avenue in West Babylon. Music by Tony and the International Boys, German Folk Dancing by the Schuhplatter Dancers, and Octoberfest food, desserts and Sam Adams Oktoberfest Beer. Tickets: $30 per person. For ticket information, call Rob Lodato at 631-747-0147.

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