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"This activity is not endorsed by the Commack School District and any participation is at the discretion of the parent." Please include your non-profit tax ID #.

  Suffolk County PAL Dekhockey League Sign Up for ages 5-13. Flyer  Now through October 14
  Sweetbriar’s Halloween Spooktacular
Come to Sweetbriar Nature Center all ghoulies, and ghosties, and other Halloween creepies for an evening of fun and excitement.   Enjoy Eerie Animal Presentations, the Ghostly Garden, Creepy Crafts, Scary Stories, a Night Walk, and snacks & refreshments.   Special outdoor trails have been created for different age groups.   The Enchanted Woodland Trail is for ages 4 to 8 and The Trail To an Eerie Tale and adjoining attractions are for ages 8 and up.   For the fourth year in a row we will have our Jack O’ Lantern Trail lined with lit up Jack O’ Lanterns of all kinds. 
Who: Recommended for families with children ages 5 and up
How much:  $15/child, $5/adult 
October 19 and 20, 7pm to 9:30pm 
Sweetbriar Nature Center
62 Eckernkamp Drive, Smithtown 
  Robin's Racers Vendor Event to benefit Making Strides against Breast Cancer & Sharsheret 
Shopping for the whole famile, free children's activities.  More info:
October 21, 10am-4pm
Dix Hills Jewish Center
555 Vanderbilt Pkwy  
  Ivy League Fall Festival - Fun for the whole family!  Flyer October 27 11am-4pm (Raindate 10/28)
211 Brooksite Dr. Smithtown 
Commack Coalition of Caring Red Ribbon 5K Run/Walk Registration is now open:   Flyer
This is also a MEDICINE Collection Event (SCPD will take unused or expired prescription and over the counter medications 7am-11am - no liquids.) 
October 27 - 9am
Commack High School
  Tales, Trails, and Treats at Sweetbriar Nature Center
A fun afternoon for kindergarten and pre-school aged children including close encounters with animals, crafts, and a special trick or treat trail complete with animals characters and a story book.
Who: Children  ages 2 to 6
How much: $10/child 
Saturday, October 27, 1pm  to 3:30pm 
Sweetbriar Nature Center
62 Eckernkamp Drive, Smithtown 
  NYS Parks Great Jack-O'-Lantern Sail  Flyer  October 27
Belmont Lake State Park, Babylon 
  Town of Huntington Halloween Parade Flyer  October 31 4pm
Meet at the Huntington Post Office 
  Creatures Of the Night
Join us to meet some of the nocturnal creatures at  Sweetbriar.  Sweetbriar educators will share owls and other creatures of the night and then go on a walk along our woodland and meadow trails to discover some of the cool things that go on in nature when the sun goes down. Of course we will try to call in an owl or two along the way.
Who: Families with children 7 and up
How much: $10/person (Discounts available for members and scouts)
Friday, November 2   7pm
Sweetbriar Nature Center
62 Eckernkamp Drive, Smithtown 
Commack PTA Council Blood Drive - Your donation will help to save up to THREE lives.
Please share this lifesaving gift! Eligibility Criteria and Info
November 13  1-7pm
Sawmill Intermediate School
New Highway, Commack 
  Commack SEPTA Holiday Boutique, Craft & Raffle Basket Auction - Free admission, music, food Flyer November 14  6-9pm
Commack High School Cafeteria 
Activities & Ongoing Programs
Girls Sprouts is a fun, educational program designed to introduce preschool aged girls to the values that will help them thrive - get an activity booklet.

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