Category Archives: Events & Activities

Rally! Bring Back the Bus [Tuesday, May 1st at 6:30pm. City Hall]

Call to action! Pre-City Council meeting rally – Meet at 6:30 and we’re bringing it into the City Council Meeting at 7pm.

Stand in solidarity with WORKERS, DISABLED, LOW-COME, COMMUTERS, CAR-LESS, DISADVANTAGED and ALL RESIDENTS and visitors on the barrier island who were affected by the CRUEL drastic bus cuts – people were denied their RIGHTS to a public meeting. RALLY and DEMAND our bus services be restored immediately.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION should never be on the chopping block!!!

Adding insult to injury, the city has been using the municipal bus illegally for private charters at taxpayers expense, while everyday bus riders are left on the curb – ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!

#bringthebusback #mobilityrights #transportationequity

View Event here: Rally! Bring Back the Bus

Kennedy Plaza Farmers Market: May 5th is Opening Day!

Welcome to the 2018 Farmers Market Season! Long Beach welcomes Local Farmers and Food Artisans to its community and visitors throughout the Spring, Summer, and Fall seasons. This is our 10th Anniversary Season and we are celebrating all season long!

Our several vendors include items like: fresh vegetables, bread, fish, iced teas, local beers, oils & tapenades, and baked goods. Cheeses, Vegan and gluten-free items available, too! The Kennedy Plaza Farmers Market runs Saturdays and Wednesdays from 9am -2pm. (Wednesdays will begin May 19th)

Join us for Opening Day on Saturday, May 5th. The Farmers Market is central to “Long Beach Life,” as a community hub, and favorite Beach community event. Help us begin our 10th Anniversary season and enjoy the tastes of Local Long Island.

Saturday, May 5 at 9 AM – 2 PM
Kennedy Plaza Farmersmarket
1 W Chester St, Long Beach, New York 11561

Let’s celebrate Planet Earth before our current President destroys it with his oil drilling at national parks, opening oceans for oil rigs and appointing an oil lobbyist to run the EPA who just lowered mpg requirements so big oil can make $$$$ while the rest of the world is turning to renewable energies, for example China is spending three times more on renewables than the USA, essentially turning the USA into a third world nation, leaving the USA far behind when it comes to future technologies. We could have been leaders when it came to renewables, but our current admin is sending us back to the dark ages. [EARTH DAY CELEBRATION: April 22nd]

Private screening of Waves of Hope, From Long Beach with Love documentary on April 28th.

WAVES OF HOPE, FROM LONG BEACH WITH LOVE: The moving story of how a group of Hurricane Sandy survivors in Long Beach, NY came to aid their fellow Americans in Texas in response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey. Originally conceived as a small donation drive by the husband/wife team of Tim & Christina Kramer, their idea blossomed into a massive relief effort by the citizens of Long Beach and surrounding areas. In the end, five large truckloads of donated supplies were driven down to victims of Harvey in Texas and over $40,000 in gift cards were collected, which the Kramers and their Waves of Hope team personally handed out to victims of the storm who needed it the most. Join them on their journey as they bring joy to others in need on the crest of their wave of hope.

There will be a private screening  of the documentary at St. Mary of the Isle (315 E Walnut St, Long Beach, NY 11561) on April 28th. For tickets, please visit:

Waves of Hope USA is a grass roots nonprofit organization providing hand delivered relief after the first responders have moved on. 100% of their collections are hand delivered to the people who need them most. Please help Waves of Hope USA fund their next relief effort by donating today at

Check out the trailer:

Help build a Tiny House and raise money for Habitat for Humanity in Nassau County!

Help is needed to get funds for the Tiny Beach House buildable trailer. Please consider donating a few dollars to help make this dream a reality and to ensure that all future raffle funds can go entirely to the good work of Habitat for Humanity in Nassau County.

Please Visit:


About the Project:


Back in College, I spent Spring Break building a house for Habitat for Humanity and the mental imprint it made on me was permanent. Having a home is something many of us take for granted, especially in a culture where our housing footprints keep enlarging.  I work in the home design industry so in many ways I’m part of that, but my firm also creates designs that are as sustainable as possible and are part of an increasing movement to build greener structures. Micro-living and net-zero structures are both cornerstones of that movement and the Tiny Beach House brings both TOGETHER!

The Tiny Beach House project features a live tiny house build during the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce Home & Garden Show on May 19th and 20th 2018. The Tiny Beach House will be erected primarily with salvaged construction materials/waste and will highlight sustainable building practices, resulting in a net-zero micro-model of green living.  Public tours will take place on Sunday May 20th so all Long Islanders can see how downsized greener living is just as comfortable and stylish, and can see how easy it is to build sustainably. After completion of the live 3-day public build and tours, the Tiny Beach House will be available to win in a national online forum, with all proceeds going to Habitat for Humanity in Nassau County NY.

We are asking for your one-time generous support of this project. Our gift-in-kind sponsors include SunPower by EmPower Solar, Prochillo Construction and Wolf & Wing Interior Design; however we are in need of capital contributions to cover fixed project costs such as the buildable trailer, the roof and plumbing.  Please consider contributing at the following levels to be listed as a sponsor:

Level 1: Tiny Beach House Friend $100

Level 2: Tiny Beach House Supporter $500

Level 3: Tiny Beach House Hero $1000

Our Tiny Beach House team will be deeply grateful for any size contribution you can make, and if you include your name, every single one of you will be thanked in our liner notes. It truly takes a village!!

– Amanda Moore
Wolf & Wing Interior Design, Co-Owner
Long Beach Chamber of Commerce, Board Member