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NOVEMBER 2020 Volume 34 Number 1 Keeping you up to date on SALES, HAPPENINGS & PEOPLE In Our Town - St. James PUBLISHED MONTHLY PRSRT STD US Postage PAID St. James NY Permit No. 10 ********************************** ECRWSS POSTAL CUSTOMER Our Town S T J A M E S BEST WISHES FOR A TASTY THANKSGIVING

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  • NOVEMBER 2020 Volume 34 Number 1

    Keeping you up to date on SALES, HAPPENINGS & PEOPLE In Our Town - St. James


    PRSRT STD US Postage

    PAID St. James NY Permit No. 10



    Our Town S • T • J • A • M • E • S

    B E S T W I S H E S F O R A T A S T Y T H A N K S G I V I N G

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    MARIA ORLANDI Lic. Assoc. R. E. Broker O: 631.543.9400 | M: 631.697.0474 [email protected]

    A T D O U G L A S E L L I M A N R E A L E S T A T E

    NISSEQUOGUE | $1,399,000 4 bedrooms/2.5 bathrooms. Waterfront. Stunning waterfront Colonial with direct access to beach.

    OLD FIELD | $2,699,000 6 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms. Across from Conscience Bay. Elegant Georgian Colonial with detailed architectural design.


    SAINT JAMES | $1,150,000 5 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, 2 half bathrooms. Brick Colonial. Lovely Brick Colonial situated on a private cul‐de‐sac.

    SAINT JAMES | $999,999 5 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, 2 half bathrooms, refurbished barn. Classic Colonial with spacious layout and guest quarters with refurbished barn.

    NISSEQUOGUE | $698,000 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms. Beach community. Quaint residence in a private beach community with private beach access.

    NORTHPORT | $1,649,000 4 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, 2 half bathrooms. Classic layout with modern style.

    THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING TO BE thankful FOR Happy Thanksgiving!

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    MERCHANT SPOTLIGHT Adrienne Greene, CLTC, MBA New York Life Insurance Co. Agent ............4

    AROUND TOWN Groundbreaking Ceremony for “Celebrate Park” .......................................... 6 Chanukah Celebration Begins Dec. 10 ......8

    Celebrate St. James 18-Month Keepsake Calendar ................ 10 Pumpkin Carving at Its Best .......................................................... 12 Celebrate St. James Happenings ................................................ 14 Virtual Christmas Tree Lighting ...................................................... 16

    IN THE NEWS Free Adult Basic Ed Classes .......................................................... 16

    HISTORICALLY SPEAKING ........................................................ 18-22

    THE WINE DOWN: Good Wine is Not a Crime ................................24

    ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT STAC Presents Celebrating Creativity .......................................... 26 7th Annual LIMarts Members’ Exhibition .................................... 28 Gallery North Presents Deck the Halls & The Holiday Market ....30 “Celebrate the Season” at The Reboli Center .......................... 32 The Atelier at Flowerfield Happenings .................................. 34-362 Programs Offered at Your Library ............................................ 38-46

    IN THE SCHOOLS ........................................................................ 48-50

    FINANCIAL FOCUS: Protect Your Finances from “Cyberthieves” .......................... 52-54

    DESIGN IDEAS: The Holidays in 2020 .............................................. 54

    PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE: Succession Planning for Small-Business Owners ............................55

    NATURE PAGES: Grateful for Nature .............................................. 56

    CELEBRATIONS .................................................................................. 58

    HEALTH NOTES Ring In the Holiday Season With a Hearing Test .......................... 60 Ask Ron Villano ................................................................................ 62 Empowered Living: Diffusing Essential Oils .............................. 64-65

    POET’S CORNER ................................................................................ 66

    ST. JAMES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERS ........................ 68

    OBITUARIES ...................................................................................... 70

    CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING .............................................................. 72

    DIRECTORY OF ADVERTISERS .................................................. 74-75

    PLEASE NOTE: Advertising & Editorial Deadline for the DECEMBER edition of OUR TOWN • ST. JAMES is THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2020 - 12 NOON.

    Distribution takes place on Wednesday, December 16, 2020.


    STAFF Ruth Garthe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Editor

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    Debbi Spiegel . . . . . Feature Writer

    William Garthe . . . . . . . Advertising Sales


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    M E R C H A N T S P O T L I G H T

    Adrienne Greene, CLTC, MBA New York Life Insurance Company Agent 520 Broad Hollow Road Melville, NY 516-983-8647 by Debbi Spiegel November has been called Thanksvember. Your family’s financial security is definitely something to be thankful for. Adrienne Greene, a licensed agent with New York Life Insur-ance Company, offers a full suite of products that can help you meet a number of insurance and financial needs. Some pretty important people count on you. Life insurance can give you the peace of mind that comes from knowing that they’ll have what they need, even if you’re not here to give it to them. Having a life insurance policy can go a long way to giving you the comfort of knowing that your loved ones will be cared for if the unthinkable happens. The basic premise is simple. Life in-surance gives you peace of mind while you’re alive, and financial support for your loved ones when you’re gone. There are sev-eral types of life insurance pol-icies, including term and whole life. Adrienne prides herself on educating her clients. She ex-plains that term life insurance (which is life insurance protec-tion which lasts for a certain period) is like “renting an apart-ment” and whole life insurance is like “buying a house.” Some-times thought of as “death insur-ance policies,” final expense policies pay benefits to the people you designate as your beneficiaries when you die. Certain term life policies can be

    converted to a permanent policy which is a useful benefit if your life changes and you need ad-ditional protection. Whole life insurance (which is permanent life insurance) builds cash value over time, and if your needs for the death benefit change, Whole Life gives you the option to take out a tax-free loan if needed for things like col-lege funding, retirement, manag-ing costs for extended periods of care, and lifetime income strategies. Accessing the cash value of the whole life policy will reduce the available cash surrender value and the death benefit so that needs to be taken into consideration. In addition policy loans will require interest payments during the payback period. Dividends are paid and provide an opportunity for the cash value to grow, although div-idends are not guaranteed. Adri-enne will analyze your needs and recommend appropriate so-lutions. Adrienne Greene and New York Life Insurance Company provide personal strategies for life insurance, retirement, wealth transfer, education funding, 401k rollovers, charitable giving, and long-term care. Business owners can learn about offering their employees benefits, retirement planning, business succession planning and asset protection. No matter what stage of life

    you’re in, whether starting out, newlyweds, growing a family, or approaching retirement, Adri-enne will get to know you and create a custom solution to meet your financial goals. Enrollment is open and not subject to the deadlines of health insurance plans. New York Life has policy options to fit your needs and budget. Life insurance isn’t just necessary, it’s essential for peace of mind. New York Life Insurance Com-pany has been in business for 175 years. It is a mutual life in-surance company, which means that its primary focus is on the needs of its policyholders , not outside shareholders.. They are committed to humanity, integrity and financial strength. Their pro-ducts offer security in this world of uncertainty. Generations of Americans have turned to New York Life to help them protect their loved ones, prepare for re-tirement, and plan for a secure financial future. Adrienne is out and about in our town. It is as easy as a phone call, Zoom meeting, or appoint-ment at your home or business. Her use of social media is very informative and educational. She keeps with all safety guidelines to protect against the spread of COVID-19. As a wife, mother, neighbor, PTO President, and Girl Scout leader, Adrienne can help your family to be prepared for the future. Life insurance is the ultimate love letter!

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    OWN A PIECE OF ST. JAMES at “Celebrate Park”

    Today, our family and community mean more than ever. The revitalization of Lake Avenue is well under way – and the best is yet to come! “Celebrate Park” will be the centerpiece of the Historic St. James Cultural and Arts District. The money raised by donations from the community will build a central meeting place for the town, standing as a testament to what local government, community minded organizations, and hometown residents can accomplish together. We hope you will share in this wonderful milestone in the rebirth of St. James.

    Create a special message in Celebrate Park for your family, or in remembrance of a loved one, in honor of someone special to you, to our town,

    or to our country. ENGRAVE A BRICK 4” X 8” FOR ........ $100 ‐ 3 LINES OF PRINT – up to 18 CHARACTERS ENGRAVE A BRICK 8” X 8” FOR ........ $150 ‐ 6 LINES OF PRINT – up to 18 CHARACTERS ENGRAVE A BRICK 12” X 12” FOR .... $200 ‐ 10 LINES OF PRINT – up to 23 CHARACTERS

    Celebrate Park Brick/Block Order Form Please make checks payable to Celebrate St. James

    (in memo indicate “park building fund”) Mail form and check to: Celebrate St. James, 459 Lake Avenue, St. James, NY 11780

    I would like to order ____________ Bricks @ $100 each. Total $_____________________ I would like to order ____________ Bricks @ $150 each. Total $_____________________ I would like to order ____________ Bricks @ $200 each. Total $_____________________

    Name ______________________________________________________________________________ Address ____________________________________________________________________________ Town, State, Zip code __________________________________________________________________ Phone and email ______________________________________________________________________


    (Note: spaces and punctuation count as a character) Questions call or text: 631.984.0201 or email:

    To inquire about other park item donations that will be recognized on

    “Celebrate Park’s Donor Wall” call 516.242.9242

    Celebrate St. James – Past – Present – Future is a 501(c)3 not for profit organization. Contributions are tax deductible to the full extent allowable by law.

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    A R O U N D T O W N

    On November 4, 2020 Town Supervisor Ed Wehrheim and the Town Board met for a Ground-breaking Ceremony for “Cele-brate Park” at the site of the former Irish Viking Bar on Lake Avenue in St. James. This park, spearheaded by Natalie Wein-stein, President of Celebrate St. James, will become the center-piece of the Historic St. James Cultural and Arts District as a central meeting place with new off-street parking, for a revital-ized economic community. It will celebrate our hometown he-roes, our art, music, history, and culture. It will be built by dona-tions from the people of St. James and will stand as a testa-ment to what local government, community minded organiza-tions, and hometown residents can accomplish together. Designed by Robert Retnauer, RDA Landscape Architecture, with the assistance of Architect

    Michael Morbillo of Enspire De-sign Group, and Designer Nata-lie Weinstein of Natalie Weinstein Design Associates, “Celebrate Park” will offer many ways for people, companies and organizations to “own” a part of it. From purchases of the 2021-

    22 keepsake “Hometown He-roes” calendar at a donation of $10 (or more), to inscribed bricks and blocks from $100 - $200, to major item donations, all dona-tions are welcome. Visit www.celebratestjames.org for more information.

    Groundbreaking Ceremony Brings Another First to Lake Avenue

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    A R O U N D T O W N

    The St. James Chamber of the Commerce will host the Menorah light-ing on all eight nights of Chanukah, beginning Thursday, December 10, 2020 through Thursday, December 17, 2020. Celebrations are at 4:30 p.m. every evening except Friday which will be at 4 p.m. (before sunset). Join us on the triangle at the intersection of Lake Avenue and Route 25A in St. James. All are welcome. Bring friends and neighbors to cele-brate this Festival of Lights. Masks are required and family groups will be together but spaced apart from other families.

    Song sheets and special treats will be given out each night courtesy of the St. James Chamber. The treats can be taken to your car, or home, to eat so that we can keep our masks on while participating in the festivities.

    If you want to attend virtually, nightly cele-brations will be Live-streamed on the St. James Chamber of Commerce Facebook page. The Menorah is put up each year and main-tained by the St. James Chamber of Commerce. It was originally do-nated by Laura Hirsch, who will again coordi-nate this year’s event.

    Please remember those less fortunate and bring along a do-nation of non-perishable food items, new unused toys or gifts that you have purchased or have received and would like to regift to someone in need.

    Chanukah Celebration Begins December 10 With Menorah Lighting

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    A R O U N D T O W N

    Celebrate St. James - Past - Present - Future invites you to help build Celebrate Park, by purchasing their new calendar. The Park will be located on the former Irish Viking Bar property at 369 Lake Avenue in St. James. This beautiful 18-month keepsake calendar features the work of local artists inspired by our Hometown Heroes. Calendars, at $10 each make great gifts and are available on-line at: www.celebratestjames.org and at these locations:

    Our Town 359 Lake Avenue, St. James

    TD Bank 621 Lake Avenue, St. James

    Natalie Weinstein Design Assoc. 459 Lake Avenue, St. James

    Uniquely Natalie 176 Second Street, St. James (10 a.m.-5 p.m. Thurs.-Mon.)

    The Smithtown News 1 Brooksite Drive, Smithtown

    Celebrate St. James 18-Month Keepsake Calendar Available Now


    Embracing Our Heroes by Arline Goldstein

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  • A R O U N D T O W N

    Celebrate St. James spon-sored a Virtual Pumpkin Carving Contest inviting participants to submit pho-tos of their carvings. Fan-tastic pumpkin creations were sent in... they were all so good that all were named winners. Celebrate St. James is happy to an-nounce that everyone listed below will receive a T-shirt. The winners are invited to come to Uniquely Natalie, 176 Second St., St. James, Thursday - Monday from10 a.m.to 5 p.m. to claim their prize! Thanks to all that participated.

    Liz Nemazi Best Pumpkin Happy Meal

    Ginamarie DeForca Best Pumpkin Patch

    Carol Walsh Best Jailbird Pumpkin

    Rachel Braun Best Spooky Nite Pumpkin

    Sheri Rose & Family Cutest Puppy & Pumpkin

    Richard März Best Get in the Spirit Pumpkins

    Liz Nemazi Best Athlete Pumpkin

    Glen Forbes (Frankenstein) Best Artistic Family Pumpkins

    Colleen Forbes (Tiger) Best Artistic Family Pumpkins

    Shannon Forbes (I’ll Be Back) Best Artistic Family Pumpkins

    Shannon Forbes (Scary Clown) Best Artistic Family Pumpkins

    Caitlin Forbes (Bat) Best Artistic Family Pumpkins

    Tricia Busby Best Pumpkin Family

    Pumpkin Carving at Its Best

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    A R O U N D T O W N

    by Patricia Busby & Patricia Clark On a perfect autumn day, No-vember 4, 2020, Celebrate St. James board members, along with Smithtown town officials stood together to officially unveil plans to build a new park in the center of our beloved town, “CELEBRATE PARK.” The revital-ization of Lake Avenue is well underway – and the best is yet to come! The park will be a testa-ment to what can be achieved when town government and the community work together for a common goal and the common good. Achieving this goal may be daunting, but also exciting – and far from impossible. Celebrate St. James invites you to share in this wonderful mile-stone for our town by “Owning a Piece of St. James” through the Celebrate Park Brick/Block drive. You can “set in stone” a personalized message on a brick for the walkway or seating wall in the park. Bricks are offered in 3 sizes, and other donation op-portunities are also available. Please see the ad in this issue of OUR TOWN. The “Hometown Heroes” keepsake calendar drive is also underway. The cover of this beautiful calendar features a work entitled “Embracing our Heroes” by Arline Goldstein, and every month features a local art-ist’s expression of feelings during these challenging times. The purchase of this calendar will also help to fund Celebrate Park. The holiday season will be here before you can say Merry Christmas and Happy Chanukah!

    Celebrate St. James is teaming up with the St. James Fire Depart-ment Engine Company #1 and other local organizations to sponsor a “St. James Community Holiday Gifts & Toy Drive.” Do-nations of an unwrapped toy or a gift card can be brought to a drive-through event at Gyro-dyne/Flowerfield (25A entrance) on December 5 & 6 from 12-4 p.m. Santa will be on his sleigh aka Fire Truck for selfies and photos, and live holiday music will be played throughout the day. Our goal is to enable every child in the community to re-ceive a holiday gift, despite their family’s circumstances. Early do-

    nations of gifts can be dropped off at the TD Bank on Lake Ave-nue, and gift cards can be mailed to: St. James Holiday Gift & Toy Drive, c/o Celebrate St. James, 459 Lake Ave., St. James NY 11780. For more info email: [email protected] Celebrate St. James is also sponsoring a virtual Art Auction on the evening of Thursday, De-cember 3. The new virtual world has sparked so many innovative ways to get together. Marlin Art will provide the auction platform for this wonderful evening and a chance for you to spruce up your home for the holidays or buy a gift(s) for family and friends. Sponsor a Brick in the Park! Buy a calendar. Donate a toy or gift card. Check out the art auc-tion! There are so many things to look forward to. For more infor-mation, purchases, or to make a donation please check our web-site at www.celebratestjames.org.

    CELEBRATE ST. JAMES HAPPENINGS Looking Forward to “Celebrating” the Season With You

    Celebrate Park

    Santa is Coming to Town on December 19, 2020 Look for the St. James Fire Department Parade Route

    in the December issue of Our Town

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    1st time on market! Waterfront Victorian with 117’ sandy beachfront on Long Island Sound. Dramatic 2 story entry foyer, front & rear stair-cases, 9’ ceilings on 1st floor, EIK/granite tops, HW floors, 3 fireplaces, 4 BRs, 3 full baths. Over 4,100 sq. ft.. Heated freeform IGP, deck, extensive covered porches, circular paver driveway. Spectacular sunsets, cul-de-sac. 3 car side entry garage. Much more! $1,650,000.

    4.8 level acres. Large 8 stall horse barn, corral & paddock. Backs to Nissequogue River Estuary. Mint 6 BR, 3.5 bath Colonial. Dramatic entry foyer, formal LR & DR, large EIK, office, master BR suite on 1st floor. Free form saltwater gunite IGP. Large covered bluestone patio. 2 car garage. Must see! A horse lover’s delight! $1,235,000.

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    I N T H E N E W S

    Smithtown Central School District’s Adult Basic Educa-tion Center is offering FREE morning, afternoon and evening classes at the New York Avenue Annex Joseph M. Barton District Building, 26 New York Avenue in Smithtown. All are welcome! FREE CLASSES: Learn English, pre-pare for citizenship, earn your High School Equiv-alency (HSE), gain computer and workplace skills. Career Counseling - computer, family, workplace, health and financial literacy is available to all enrolled stu-dents. Register Monday through

    Thursday by appointment ONLY – Call 631-382-2181. Registration will be ongoing according to open available classes. Morning classes are held from 9 a.m.-12 noon; afternoon classes, from 12-3 p.m. and evening classes from 7-10 p.m. Smithtown residency is not required and classes are open to all Suffolk County residents. Call 631-382-2181 for further information or go to their website at www.smithtown.k12.ny.us go to DEPARTMENTS, then click ADULT EDUCATION, then click ADULT BASIC EDUCATION.

    Virtual Christmas Tree Lighting

    St. James Chamber of Commerce

    will hold a VIRTUAL Christmas Tree Lighting at Deepwells Farm County Park on December 5, 2020 at 5 p.m.

    Due to current restrictions, in-person attendance is reserved

    for a limited number of volunteers. The festivities will be Live-Streamed

    on the St. James Chamber's Facebook page.

    FREE Adult Basic Ed Classes All Are Welcome

    Preparing adults for post-secondary education and the workplace

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    N E W S O F L O N G A G O

    by Bradley Harris, Smithtown Historian

    With the celebration of Thanks-giving this month, I thought that it would be interesting to take a look at what is known about the very first celebration of Thanksgiving that took place in October of 1621 in Plym-outh, Massachusetts when the Pilgrims celebrated the harvest of their crops.

    Thanksgiving is one of those holidays that we all enjoy as a day when family and friends gather and share a traditional meal of turkey and the trim-mings. It is as traditional as apple pie and ice cream, an all Ameri-can holiday. Yet it isn’t. For one thing, the celebration is certainly English in origin. Another thing to keep in mind is that the holi-day and its celebration has

    evolved and changed with the passage of time. Thanksgiving Day as we know it today began with President Lincoln in 1863 when he set the date for cele-brating a national day of Thanks-giving as the fourth Thursday in November. Of course, other gen-erations of Americans have mod-ified that date. President Franklin D. Roosevelt proclaimed that in 1939 the date for the celebration of Thanksgiving ought to be No-vember 23rd. This year at least, Thanksgiving is on the fourth Thursday of November on the 26th. So let’s just enjoy it, and this year, give it a little more zest by celebrating it as the Pilgrims

    did so long ago in October of 1621 in Plymouth, Massachu-setts. If you are going to be a purist and really celebrate the holiday as the Pilgrims did, you first have to change the name of the cele-bration to “Harvest Home.” Ap-parently the Pilgrims had a festival that was more in tune with the English celebration than one that involved a day of prayer and Thanksgiving. Harvest Home was an “older mode of Thanks-giving” that was celebrated by English farmers once “the main crop was ingathered” and “it was cakes and ale and hang the cost.” Those who have studied that first Thanksgiving have con-cluded that “Plymouth’s Harvest Home conformed in most essen-tials to its English prototype. (James Deetz and Jay Anderson,

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    continued from page 18 Partakers of Plenty: A Study of the First Thanksgiving, Plymouth Plantation Educational Publica-tion Series, Plymouth Plantation, Plymouth, Massachusetts.) If you opt to celebrate the holi-day as the Pilgrims did, you should plan for a festival that will last approximately one week, but you can squeeze it into four days. You will need enough wild game to last for four days so it might be wise to prepare in ad-vance and send the duck hunters out early to bring home “geese, ducks, and possibly turkeys.” Governor Bradford of Plymouth Colony made sure that this was done beforehand. And during this festival, you should also plan for some “traditional recreations” that you and your guests can enjoy over the four days. You might want to include some sort

    of a parade, a shooting demon-stration with “muskets and fowl-ing pieces,” and some athletic competition. You might consider some of the things the Pilgrims could have done in this regard: archery, track and field events or cricket. These activities would approximate some of their ath-letic recreations. (James Deetz and Jay Anderson, op. cit.) The most important aspect of your celebration of Harvest Home, that of feasting, will take a little more preparation time. You don’t have to be concerned about table settings and enough chairs for the guests. If you do this the way the Pilgrims must have, you can eat outside (weather permitting). “The famil-iar scene to which we have be-come accustomed, of Pilgrims and Indians feasting together while seated at tables in the

    open, is most certainly a creation of later artists.... It is more likely that food was taken, not at an appointed time and place, but at frequent intervals throughout the time of the festival. Seating was almost certainly on the ground. Lacking forks..., food was taken with fingers, from the tips of knives, and with spoons. Wooden trenchers (small shallow dishes) were probably very much in evidence, while other food-stuffs could have been consumed directly from large kettles, or in the case of meat, eaten with the hands, hot from the roasting fire.”A bit messy perhaps, but it will certainly make the clean up of dishes and silverware a lot easier. (James Deetz and Jay An-derson, op. cit.) The actual food will be a little more tricky. The main focal point

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    continued from page 20 of the meal will certainly have to be a “young, lean goose.” This will have to be “a domesticated bird, fattened on grain stubble.” You should prepare several ducks and wild turkeys to add to the repast, but the goose will be the piece de resistance. To sup-plement the goose, you might want to prepare several “fleshpies.” These would have been meat pies tucked into some kind of corn-meal pastry. You might want to make such a pie out of “old chicken, hare or pi-geon meat tenderized by hours of simmering and then baking.” Or if you have a deer hunter in the family, you could substitute venison as the Pilgrims surely must have done with the deer that the Indians brought to the feast. To add to the feast, you might want to make a “frumenty

    pudding.” This will give you trou-ble and require some research on how to make it, but suffice it to say that you want a pudding that will approximate old-fash-ioned rice pudding, only this dish will have a wheat base, spices, fruits, and sweeteners like milk and honey. The vegetable for this feast will have to be pumpkins that you can bake, stew, or make into a pudding. And to top off this feast, don’t forget “the cakes and ale.” The cakes are not quite what you are used to however. “The cakes were made of corn – roasted, pounded in a homemade mortar and pestle, mixed into a paste with water, and fried on a griddle into thin, crisp ‘pan’ cakes.” To wash these “dry and crumbly” cakes down, you will need ale. You might want to homebrew a sweet ale, but maybe at this

    point it would be easier to pick up some Molson’s Golden Ale. (James Deetz and Jay Anderson, op. cit.) There you have it – your own authentic Harvest Home celebra-tion. Actually, it sounds like it would be a lot of fun. If you de-cide to try and recreate Thanks-giving this way, by all means call me. I could roast the meat over an open fire. Have a happy Thanksgiving (or should I say Harvest Home). Editor’s Note: Brad Harris is the Town of Smithtown’s official Historian. Brad was a High School Social Studies teacher who spent 30 years teaching in Commack. As Historian he has written many newspaper articles on the history of our town, he has published pamphlets and written histories of Commack, Nesconset, St. James, Kings Park, Hauppauge and Smithtown Branch. He resides in St. James.

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    Gallery North is pleased to present Deck the Halls, now through December 20, 2020. This exhibition will be FREE and open to the public during Gallery North’s new hours: Wednesdays-Saturdays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday, 1-5 p.m. Deck the Halls is Gallery North’s annual group exhibition of small original works for holi-day giving. Enjoy artworks by over 50 local and regional artists in a range of media, including painting, printmaking, works on paper, sculpture, glassware and more. The exhibition offers an excellent opportunity to support local artists and businesses, while finding a diverse selection of affordable, exciting, original artworks for everyone on your list.

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    continued In-Studio w/Tyler Hughes Tuesdays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Fee: $60/per class Still Life Painting In-Studio w/Tyler Hughes Tuesdays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Fee: $60/per class Cast Drawing In-Studio w/Tyler Hughes Tuesdays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Fee: $60/per class Mastering Watercolor, In-Studio and Online, w/Bill Graf Tuesdays, 2-5 p.m. Fee: $60/class Portrait Drawing and Painting Self-Portrait or from photos In-Studio and On-Line w/Bill Graf Wednesdays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. or 6-9 p.m. Fee: $60/per class Still Life Painting w/Bill Graf In-Studio and Online Wednesdays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. or 6-9 p.m. Fee: $60/per class Cast Drawing w/Bill Graf In-Studio and Online Wednesdays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. or 6-9 p.m. Fee: $60/per class Drawing for Beginners In-Studio and Online w/Bill Graf This course is designed to teach basic drawing skills to complete beginners. Wednesdays, 2-5 p.m. Fee: $60/per class Painting w/Christian White In-Studio Thursdays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Fee: $60/per class Introduction to Photoshop Online w/James Beihi Thursdays, 2-4 p.m. Fee: $45 per class Graphic Novel and Genre Illustration Online w/James Beihi

    Thursdays, 5-8 p.m. Fee: $60/per class Foundations of Classical Art All ages, w/Randall Di Giuseppe This is a beginner level class aimed at students from MS/HS to adults

    Thursdays, 6-8 p.m. Fee: $45/per class Seascape/Landscape Painting, Pastel or Oils, In-Studio w/Anthony Davis Fridays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

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    continued from page 35 Fee: $60/per class Figure Drawing and Painting w/Tyler Hughes Fridays, 2-5 p.m. Fee: $77.50/per class includes model fee Anime and Graphic Novel Creation Online w/James Beihi Ages: 13-16 years Fridays, 6-8 p.m. Fee: $45/per class Drawing and Painting, w/Tyler Hughes |All Ages Fridays, 6-8 p.m. This class is designed to teach the fundamentals of drawing and painting primarily aimed at mid-dle and high school students, but adults are also welcome. Fee: $45 per class Art and Art History for the Young In-Studio

    w/Linda Catucci Ages 7-11 Saturdays, 10 a.m.-12 noon Fee: $50/per class includes materials fee Anime and Graphic Novel Creation In-Studio w/James Beihi

    Ages: 13-16 years Saturdays, 1-3 p.m. Fee: $45/per class Graphic Novel and Genre Illustration In-Studio w/James Beihi Saturdays, 3:30-6:30 p.m. Fee: $60/per class

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    situated outside on the grounds of Gallery North, 90 North Country Road, Setauket and the Three Village Historical Society, 93 North Country Road, Setau-ket, and will feature local and re-gional artists, as well as food trucks, and live Jazz perform-ances, presented by The Jazz Loft. Gallery North is a not-for-profit gallery promoting the finest con-temporary regional art and craft.

    With the addition of The Studio at Gallery North, the community is provided with a diverse selec-tion of educational program-ming, including ArTalks, Art Ventures, and Art Abilities. For more information visit: http://www.gallerynorth.org/ or call 631-751-2676. Gallery North asks visitors to wear masks or face coverings and respect social distancing guidelines.

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    The Smithtown Library is happy to announce that they are open to the public. All four buildings of The Smithtown Library will have limited hours and services. They are committed to the health and safety of our com-munity and have made several changes over the past few months to ensure that patrons will feel confident that they are in safe hands upon entering the doors. The buildings will be open Mondays, Tuesdays and Thurs-days, 9:30 a.m.-9 p.m.; Fridays, 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.; and Saturdays from 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sundays (Smithtown only), 1-5 p.m. Some other changes you can expect include face mask requirements for staff and

    patrons, computer and quiet rooms by appointment only, re-duced seating, clear protective shields at all service desks, no in-person programs, limited access to the Children’s Depart-ment and returns in the book drops only. Curbside pickup

    service will continue for those who do not wish to enter the building. Call 631-360-2480 for additional information; and for more details on the new guide-lines and safety precautions, visit: https://bit.ly/SmithReopening.

    STAY CONNECTED Follow social media for the latest updates from the Library and for virtual programs, activities, suggestions and fun. Facebook: @thesmithtownlibrary @smithtownlibraryteens @smithtownlibrarykids Instagram: @smithlibref @smithtownlibraryteens @smithtownlibrarykids

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    continued from page 38 Pinterest: @smithtownkids Twitter: @SmithLibRef YouTube: @SmithtownLibrary Online: www.smithlib.org Email: [email protected]

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    BOOK DISCUSSION GROUPS Night Owl Cafe Book Discussion Group Thursday, November 19, 7-8 p.m. The Song of the Jade Lily by Kir-sty Manning. Registration required. This program will be available on Zoom.

    Tea-rrific Reads Book Discussion Group Tuesday, November 24, 2-3 p.m. Everyone Brave is Forgiven by Chris Cleave. Registration re-quired. This program will be available on Zoom.


    Take and Make | Reversible Decorative Blocks Take home a bag filled with all the supplies and instructions needed to create this block sign; one side says fall and the other says snow. Registration began November 16 and ends on November 24. Supply bags can be picked up from the building of your choice the week of November 30. Telephone only registration is required; please call 631-360-2480 x216 to register.

    Stuffed Acorn Squash with Chef Rob Scott Friday, November 20, 3:30 p.m. Chef Rob Scott will show you how to prepare and cook stuffed acorn squash with apples, nuts and cranberries. No registration required. This program will be shared on the Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ thesmithtownlibrary). 80s Hits with Common Ground Monday, November 23, 7:30-8:30 p.m. Join local band Common Ground for a live hour of your favorite 80s hits in the comfort of your own home. No registration required. This program will be shared on the Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ thesmithtownlibrary).

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    Scotty’s Masonry 631-872-1076

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    continued from page 40 Make Your Own Chinese Takeout Monday, November 30, 7-8 p.m. Penn Hongthong will demon-strate how to make simple, healthy and very tasty Chinese cooking. No registration re-

    quired. This program will be available on Zoom and shared on the Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ thesmithtownlibrary). Zoom In-formation: http://bit.ly/Smith-LibChinese Cooking. Password: SmithLib

    Join Zoom program on your computer: Meeting ID: 868 7722 2597 Password: SmithLib Join Zoom program by tele-phone: 646-558-8656 Meeting ID: 868 7722 2597 Password: 54106338

    TEEN Teen Services Virtual Program Information Check the Library’s calendar or contact the Library by phone 631-360-2480, chat (www.smithlib.org) or email ([email protected]) for more in-formation or availability. Teen Services programs are open to those in grades 6-12 unless otherwise noted. The Teen De-partment is now on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Zoom! Follow to keep up to date with programs, volunteer opportuni-ties, book talks and more. No registration is required. Virtual Volunteer Opportunities There are a number of ongoing virtual volunteer opportunities for teens looking to earn com-munity service credit. Check out the Teen Section of the Library’s homepage for more information. Take and Make | Harvest Wreath NESCONSET Through November 30 Make an autumnal wreath for your home. You will be supplied

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    631-387-2156 SqueakyCleanLI.com

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    continued with everything you need to create a beautiful addition to your fall decor. Take and Make bags must be picked up from the Nesconset Building before No-vember 30 during the Library’s scheduled hours. In person or telephone registration required. Supplies are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Take and Make | Pumpkin Painting SMITHTOWN Through November 30 Follow step-by-step instruc-tions to create a beautiful canvas painting. Take and Make bags must be picked up from the Smithtown Building before No-vember 30 during the Library’s scheduled hours. In person or telephone registration required. Supplies are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Volunteer Opportunity Take and Make | Sending Smiles Through November 30 Become a Smile Maker for kids battling illnesses. Decorate wacky, funny postcards that will be sent to children’s hospitals and Ronald McDonald Houses as part of the Sending Smiles or-ganization. Postcards can be picked up at any Reference Desk before November 30 during the Library’s scheduled hours. One hour of community service will

    be given for three postcards. Postcards must be returned by December 14. Jackbox Game Night Friday, November 20, 7-8:30 p.m. Join Teen Librarians for a fun

    evening of virtual party games. Draw funny doodles, write the best inside joke or answer hilar-ious trivia questions. There’s something for everyone. Please note: teens will need two inter-net-enabled devices to partici-

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    Siding Insulated Vinyl Siding

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    Gutters & Leaders Entryways

    Windows Vinyl Replacements

    Bays & Bows Specialty Shapes

    Double Hung Casements

    Roofing Complete Replacement

    Re-Shingling Repairs Flashing

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    continued from page 43 pate. Registration required. This program will be available on Zoom. Login information for Zoom will be sent to the email address associated with your Li-brary card on the day before the event.


    FUN ACTIVITIES TO DO AT HOME Besides fun programming, the Children’s Librarians have been compiling lots of activities for children and families to do at home. Follow Children’s social media pages or go to the website (www.smithlib.org) to discover these activities. Please note: each child must have his/her own Library card to register for programs.

    Smithtown Library Story Line Do you miss storytime at the Library? You can now enjoy– Smithtown Library Storytime – and all you need is a phone. With a wide range of stories and fun for children under the age of

    12 you can listen to them as many times as you want. Call 631-652-6052 and follow the prompted directions. Choose from the following: a story for preschoolers, a fairy tale, poetry, jokes and riddles and short stories. You can also make a sug-gestion or provide feedback. Stories are changed each Wed-nesday so be sure to call often for new adventures. Autumn Storytime and Craft Thursday, November 19,11a.m. It’s time for autumn leaves and pumpkins – join in for seasonal stories and a craft. No registra-tion required. This program will be shared on the Children’s Face-book page (https://www.face-book.com/ smithtownlibrarykids) scheduled to expire on No-vember 26.

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  • continued Super Sloths Friday, November 20, 4 p.m. Elementary-aged students can hang out, enjoy some sloth stories and make a cute hanging sloth craft. No registration re-quired. This program will be shared on the Children’s Face-book page (https://www.face-book.com/ SmithtownLibraryKids) sched-uled to expire on November 27. Turkey Treats Friday, November 20, 4:30 p.m.