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13 E. Main St.,
$150 for a
Seats up to six
Patrons can expect either one round of drinks or two carafes of rum
punch, margaritas, or sangria on the house for each reservation.
290 Old Montauk Hwy.,
$25 per person
for a two-hour
Seats up to six
Choose from a host of themed igloos, from Santa’s Workshop to
Roaring 20s and many more, all with themed cocktail menus
exclusive to their respective igloo. All proceeds are donated to the
3 The Witches
311 Hempstead Tpke.,
West Hempstead, 516-
No cover. $3.75
for the signature
This cozy hideaway features some of the best hot cocoa on the island,
in addition to a vast array of teas such as passion fruit papaya to
4 Sledding at Bald
Rd., Farmingville Free. One of the highest points on Long Island, this park is geared toward
the most thrill-seeking of sledders.
99 Quaker Meeting
Free. With both steep slopes and rolling hills, there is fun to be had for
riders of all skills and ages.
6 Long Beach Polar
Long Beach oceanfront,
Held annually on Super Bowl Sunday, the largest polar bear plunge
on Long Island supports the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
7 Captain Lou Fleet
31 Woodcleft Ave.,
$40 per person.
and under ride
Warm drinks, a toasty cabin, and an onboard naturalist providing
in-depth information on seals and other wildlife make this cruise a
34 Muttontown Ln.,
East Norwich. 516-571-
Free. Wide-open fields, dense woodlands, and historic estates comprise
the 550 acres of Nassau County’s largest nature preserve.
9 Long Island
165 Eileen Way,
$50 for 2 1/2-
hour Learn to
Curl Night. $75-
$150+ for annual
that turns over
Beginners are matched with more experienced curlers to keep
every game competitive in this weekend league.
10 Long Island
431 E Main St., Riverhead,
631-208-9200 ext. 426,
There’s more than just fish at this aquarium, with indoor and
outdoor exhibits housing birds, reptiles, and all sorts of aquatic
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