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Thank you to our sponsors for your continued support & community involvement!
Community Drug &
Alcohol Task Force
324 Main Street
Our mission is to prevent and reduce the use of drugs and alcohol among the Northport-East Northport youth community. We work to inform the public about alcohol and other drug-related issues, in part by promoting and offering alternative activities in order to reduce risk factors. We also provide information and referrals to support community members impacted by substance misuse/ abuse.
PO Box 501, Northport
Hello, my name is Paul Vibes and I'm a local speaker, life coach and host of The People's Podcast. My mission is to help people transmute their challenges and become the best version of themselves.
I offer coaching and talks to fit a variety of needs. Please learn more by visiting my website and reaching out. Thank you!
Northport Historical Society
215 Main Street
Northport Historical Society is a Museum, Shop and Research Library in the heart of Northport.
The Museum is located in a landmark building on Main Street, next to the new Northport Hotel, and features a year-long Permanent Exhibit which tells the stories of Northport as well as monthly Pop-up Exhibits. There is no fee to enter, however a $5 donation is suggested.
The Society is passionate about reaching out to the public with inspiring programs that deliver new perspectives on local history. We offer fun and educational events for all ages, including our Annual Pub Nite, Prohibition Pub Crawls, The Society Lecture Series, Winter FUNderland Craft Day, The Annual Garden Tour, The Society Book Club and Sip & Paint Nites.
Visit our website to view our current events.
Museum & Shop Open
Wednesday - Sunday
1pm - 4:30pm
180 Little Neck Rd, Centerport
The Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum - a unique combination of mansion, marine and natural history museum, planetarium and park - is dedicated to the education and enjoyment of the people of Long Island and beyond.
The 43-acre waterfront complex counts among its extensive collections (which total more than 40,000 objects) the mansion, curator's cottage, a seaplane hangar and boathouse, antique household furnishings, rare decorative and fine art, the archives and photographic record of Vanderbilt's circumnavigations of the globe, and published books of his travels.
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