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2013 Benefit Regatta Announced!

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2012 Bay Day Regatta

Better late than never, as they say! On Saturday June 28th, the Waterfront Center hosted the 2012 Bay Day Regatta. The sailors were greeted by a solid easterly breeze, clouds, and a few sprinkles as the sun tried to break through.  All the sailors had great starts and competitive races around the entire course. After […]

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Soundswashbucklin’

The Sound Swashbucklers spent their week exploring, learning, and sailing! On Monday, the Sound Swash ventured out at low tide and caught an impressive number of eels in the morning! Monday afternoon was also filled with fish and exploring, with the Sound Swash showing off their seining and teamwork skills. Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery […]

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WFC Racing

WFC provides sailing programs for people of all abilities. From beginner lessons to advanced coaching, WFC programs’ got it covered! For years, WFC has offered a popular racing program on Saturday afternoons in the fall and Tuesday evenings in the summer. WFC Racing brings together seasoned racers and new sailors alike, with 3-8 boats on […]

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First Day of Junior Summer

The first day of our Junior Summer Programs was a big splash, literally during the morning of our first day the rain was coming down in buckets and our participants and instructors were all ducking for cover indoors. Soon enough however, the rain stopped, skies cleared, and everyone was outside playing name games and shortly […]

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Bay Day

Over 5,000 people joined us for fun on and off the water during our annual Bay Day event held on Sunday, June 3rd.  Vendors lined up at Beekman Beach to share their organizational missions with the public and were treated to some good music from The Buzzards who were on stage all day. The public […]

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BAY DAY

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Cantiague School Visits the WFC

Three first grade classes from Cantiague School, in Jericho made catching eels look like a piece of cake. Sushi restaurants everywhere will surely want to know their special techniques. Unfortunately, because we catch and release our fresh water wonders, it will have to remain their little secret.  One thing can be said though; it takes […]

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Osprey Nest Discovered

The best part of Oyster Bay is our residents which include our fine-feathered friends who swoop, glide, dive and perch each day, seemingly on cue. Our resident duck family is as dependable as the rise and fall of the tide. Their daily activities signify a sort of familiar comfort and reminder of old -fashioned family […]

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Earth Day Cleanup

St. Dominic’s Youth Group, from Oyster Bay braved the soggy weather to celebrate Earth Day by picking up trash from Beekman Beach.  Donned with ponchos, rain jackets, work gloves and trash bags they worked tediously picking up both small and large items that littered the beach, marsh and parking lot. Some of the items were […]

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