Fun Station USA 40 Rocklyn Ave, Lynbrook, NY11563 Fun Station USA is a popular family entertainment center, attracting residents throughout Long Island. Some of the…More latest video games are here, as well as lazer tag, bumper cars, a carousel, and a multi-level play maze. There is a full service restaurant that specializes in birthday parties, Sweet Sixteens, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, corporate outings, fundraisers, school events and field trips. Four seperate party packages are offered for every budget.
This Holiday Inn, on the border of Rockville Centre in Lynbrook, offers a relaxed, suburban setting along Long…More Island's South Shore that is a short train ride away from the excitement of New York City.
Guests who stay here can take advantage of endless Big Apple amusements, and other nearby attractions, such as Jones Beach and Long Beach, the Jones Beach Theater, Belmont Racetrack and much more.
Tabu Nightclub 514 Hempstead Tpke, West Hempstead, NY11552 Offering the best of R&B and Hip Hop dance music, this upscale nightclub is the Friday night home to 98.7 Kiss…More FM's "Grown Folk Fridays." Saturday nights draws a younger crowd when Hot 97 takes its turn to broadcast live. Both evenings are often hosted by the stations' on-air personalities. Opened in 2004, Tabu Nightclub is located at 514 Hempstead Turnpike attracts a fashionable, mature crowd. Friday nights, ladies are admitted free until midnight. On Saturday night, men must be 25 and older, ladies 23 and up.
Malverne Train Station Hempstead Ave & Utterby Rd, Malverne, NY11565 The Malverne train station is a stop on the Long Island Railroad, which provides service to residents commuting to New…More York City and other parts of Long Island. In the late 1800s, before the village was incorporated this stop on what was then called the Hempstead and Rockaway Railroad was known as Norwood Station. In 1911, it was used as a station for a battery-driven trolley that ran from Valley Stream to Hempstead known as the "Dinky," before the Long Island Railroad electrified this system in 1926. The station played a pivotal role in attracting newcomers to the area, who wanted to enjoy the suburban life offered by the quiet village while being a short train commute from Manhattan.
Cathedral Church of The Intercessor 50 Saint Thomas Pl, Malverne, NY11565 The Cathedral Church of the Intercessor began as tbe St. Thomas Episcopal Church, which was founded in the late 1930s.…More In 1995, it broke communion with the Episcopal Church and joined the Charismatic Episcopal Church, changing its name to the Cathedral Church of the Intercessor. The church serves as a home for Catholics, Evangelicals and Pentecostals. Parishioners can participate in a wide range of programs and events including choir, youth groups, Bible studies, Sunday School, spiritual retreats, mothers' groups and seminars about marriage and money management. The church also offers a vacation Bible school in the summer, an All Saints Day festival for kids and a Living Nativity in December that attracts members throughout the community.
More than 200 families come together at the Jewish Community Center of West Hempstead to pray and participate in the…More wide range of activities available to its members. Founded in 1951, by a group of veterans and their families who had settled in the area after World War II, the center houses a beautiful synagogue designed by famous architect Percival Goodman, which is accented with breathtaking French-style stained glass windows.
The center's adult education program offers full-length classes and mini-courses in Jewish history, literature and religious texts. Through the Toby & Frank Wexler Fund for Furtherance of Jewish Education, which was established in 1998, the center attracts renowned scholars to the community to give lectures. The center has a men's club and a sisterhood and also brings the community together for many social events at the banquet hall.