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East Islip, NY
The Islip Arts Council is dedicated to leadership, advocacy, and excellence in the arts. We present, produce, and promote culturally responsive, high quality programs in varied artistic disciplines for our diverse population. Our goal is to facilitate these programs in response to the needs of the Long Island community.
Literacy Suffolk, Inc. provides free one-to-one and small group literacy tutoring to adults and trains volunteer tutors and testers.
Adult continuing education classes offered by the Smithtown School District. Classes include: High School Equivalency test prep (TASC); Adult Basic Education; English as a Second Language; Citizenship; Workforce Preparation; Exercise, Craft; and more. Visit the website for course catalog.
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The Suffolk County Board of Elections was established in 1935 as a bipartisan agency responsible for all aspects of the electoral process, from voter registration to election results. In 1976, with the adoption of New York State Election Law, Suffolk's Board became part of the New York State Board of Elections, with expanded regulatory duties.
2-1-1 Long Island connects people to local health and human service agencies and programs.
Great River, NY
The Arboretum provides an oasis of quiet and natural beauty. Its current collection of conifers is probably the most extensive to be found on Long Island.
Bretton Woods Park is a neighborhood park nestled between Bridge Road and Jane Lane in Hauppauge. A versatile park, Bretton Woods offers wide open spaces for a multitude of activities and a softball field that is used by local leagues throughout the season. This scenic, tree lined park is a must visit for local residents.
Boasting acres of undeveloped landscape the park allows visitors to explore many different habitats including freshwater wetlands, ponds, streams, fields and upland woods.