Several dozen of Long Island’s top folk and rock musicians will take to the stage in Eisenhower Park on Monday, July 23 to once again fill the air with the music of Harry Chapin, the late singer, Grammy Award-winning songwriter and social activist at the annual “Just Wild About Harry” tribute concert.
The show will feature 17 acts, including concert organizer Stuart Markus and his group Gathering Time, performing some of Chapin’s classics including “Taxi” and “Cat’s in the Cradle,” plus many lesser hits and fan favorites like “Flowers Are Red” and “The Rock.” Concertgoers are asked to bring donations of nonperishable food to support Long Island Cares, Inc., the regional food bank and humanitarian organization founded by Harry Chapin in 1980. “The annual Harry Chapin Tribute Concert in Eisenhower Park is always a very special event for all of us at Long Island Cares because so many of Harry’s fans attend and are extremely supportive of Long Island Cares and the work we do to assist the more than 316,000 Long Islanders struggling with domestic hunger and high food insecurity,” said Paule Pachter, Chief Executive Officer. “It’s hard to believe it’s 37 years since Harry’s untimely passing, and Stuart Markus and the other talented performers featured have been keeping Harry’s musical legacy very much alive on Long Island for so many years.”
Long Island Cares’ staff and volunteers will be collecting donations of non-perishable food at the Long Island Cares’ tent at the entrance to The Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre and also selling t-shirts, Harry Chapin CD’s and distributing literature about the organizations’ programs and services. The program begins at 7:30 pm and is free and open to the public. It will be held rain or shine, precluded only by thunderstorms. For more information, click here.
The Marcum Workplace Challenge is once again upon us! Long Island's largest run-walk for charity has raised $800,000 since 2006. Long Island Cares is grateful to once again be a beneficiary of this incredible event.
On July 31 (that's a Tuesday), you can find us under the Long Island Cares tent. The event will bring together corporations, businesses, and non-profits from all over Long Island as we race forward for a brighter future. Registration begins at 2pm and the race kicks off at 7 o'clock sharp. Awards follow immediately after at 8:30pm.
Join Long Island Cares on Thursday, August 16, for a round of golf followed by a cocktail hour, buffet, and silent auction. Each year, we come together to fight hunger on Long Island with our dollars and donations. Spots are limited so reserve yours now by clicking here to register.
Join us again this summer by supporting our Annual Summer Food Drive, sponsored by the HIA-LI. Now through September 1st, businesses all across Long Island team up to raise 100,000 pounds of food to fight summer hunger!
There's two easy ways to get involved! Ask your team to grocery shop for needed items. Or, organize your own food drive! Virtually all you need to do is sign up... and then spread the word.
Situated on 300 acres in Southampton, NY, and neighboring the historic National Golf Links of America and Shinnecock Hills Golf Course, Sebonack has been carved out of land which seems to have been long-destined to become a golf course.
Sebonack features holes that offer panoramic views of Long Island’s Great Peconic Bay and Cold Spring Pond. The visual impact of the water vistas competes for the golfer’s eye with the rolling fairways, expansive bunkers and waste dunes, and undulating greens that present tricky swales and burrows. Meant to look as if manicured by time, Sebonack appears to have fashioned itself from the wild terrain.
Jack Nicklaus and Tom Doak, two designers with dramatically different styles, have used the natural contours and features of the land to create a unique look. The result is that Sebonack looks quite different from its illustrious neighbors and provides a strong golfing challenge for players of all calibers.