All items are for sale, and is a great place to do some early holiday shopping for beautiful unique finds. One the downtown village green all weekend, and sponsored by the Ocean Beach Community Fund.
Kevin Lowry, an Ocean Beach resident of 17 years, held a book signing at The Landing at Ocean Beach on Aug. 12, for his new book, “From Thief to Chief,” which was released on Dec. 24, 2020. The story takes readers through Lowry’s life journey, which had turbulent beginnings.
Retired Nassau County Chief of Police, attorney and Ocean Beach resident Kevin Lowry will be signing copies of his recently released autobiography memoir “From Thief to Chief,” at The Landing restaurant on Sunday, August 15, 2021 beginning at 5 p.m.
A black and white attire affair to celebrate the centennial of the Incorporated Village of Ocean Beach. Experience live music, buffet and open bar, silent auction and raffles to benefit the Ocean Beach Historical Society.
Art has returned to the walls of the Ocean Beach Historical Society after a year’s absence and a well-attended reception held on the evening of July 17 was evidence that people were happy to celebrate it. The exhibition features the work of photographer Robert Sherman and the assemblage sculptures of Brian Norris.
STOP THE PRESSES – The Town of Ocean Beach is saying that they are going to take out one tennis court for a storm drain – NO, NO, NO. This town has changed so much in recent years in terms … Full Story
Ocean Beach, Saltaire, and Town of Islip Lifeguards battle it out in contests of skills and strength to determine who takes home the golden trophy. Always a fun time.
An Ocean Beach tradition returns with the Fire Island Kids Arts & Crafts Fair. Saturday, July 24 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Rain date Sunday, July 25.) One dollar entry fee. Applications at the Village Office and Ocean Beach … Full Story
Family-friendly entertainment at the Free Union Church. All are welcome. Featured film will be Disney • Pixar’s “Coco.“
Green flash’s are the real deal! “It’s not an illusion, it’s an actual physical thing,” explains U.C. Berkeley Physicist Athena Gordon. “ The right temperature in both the water and the air can create the perfect atmosphere for the flash.”