Colonial Springs Restaurant is located at Colonial Springs Golf Club. Our dining room and outdoor patio seating offer a beautiful view of the golf course and 11-acre lake. Special needs can be easily accommodated, as well as unique personal requests for special occasions such as parties and anniversaries.
A member-supported, nonprofit organization, the Seatuck Environmental Association works to promote the conservation of Long Island's natural environment through research and educational programs. Members regularly gather with field experts on its 70-acre marshland preserve for scheduled hikes, photography classes, and meditation sessions. The trails and boardwalks that wind through the salt marshes and upland forests also lead to the Suffolk County Environmental Center, housed in a 1917 Normandy-style chateau. Members may tour the historic mansion while admiring features such as arched doorways and diamond-cut windows that allow sunlight to filter into the garret and onto the place where its original steam-powered Nintendo would have stood. The Seatuck Environmental Association also hosts regular fundraising events such as the End of Summer Barbecue and the Bats-N-Brews fundraiser, as well as an array of educational programs for all ages.
The Long Island Comedy Festival, which won a thumbs-up from Newsday in 2009, sends laughing fits rippling through southeastern New York with showcases of some of the area's most accomplished comedians. The namesake festival spreads out across Long Island every summer, landing at venues that might range from an old-fashioned playhouse to a family amusement park. Many alumni return to perform year after year, making for a festive atmosphere that executive producer Paul Anthony likens to "a comedy party that the audience members have been invited to," rather than one that they sadly listen to through the floorboards. During the rest of the year, the organizers stay busy producing comedy series at other historic venues and exporting their team of comics to college shows.
For more than 10 years, Little Chefs' trained teachers have helped ripen green ones' foodsmithing techniques with a cornucopia of cooking classes that drive blossoming mind matter with motor, math, and social skills within a supportive atmosphere. The basic birthday package beckons up to 25 pintsize partygoers with a colorful custom invitation card to be mailed via postal service or pony-riding pigeon courier. The festive ensemble of compact chefs can embrace one of four cooking themes and cast mini digits into the culinary roles of cookie shaper, cupcake froster, pretzel twirler, or brownie-pizza cutter. Guests of honor select their choice of meal, deciding whether jolie ravioli, heart-shaped pancakes, or pigs in a blanket best defines their 10th birthday or if a convertible-sports-car cake would better restore the not-yet-jaded spirits of their 6-year-old self.
Upscale bowling, casual dining, and a local hangout roll into one at 300 Long Island, where boulder-launching revelers can rock the pins on 40 sleek, mood-lit lanes in the main concourse area. While bowling, feel free to tap professional servers for fresh appetizers, pizzas, and more from the varied menu, and they'll deliver dishes directly to your lane. Players troubled by fallout from dizzying spins, complicated scorecards, or highly relatable life insurance commercials can find calming respite at the full-service bar and lounge areas that flank the alleys. The Back 9 area boasts an additional nine private lanes, complete with bar and leather seating. Reserve Bowling rates range from $4.25 to $7.25 per person per game, and shoe rental is $4.50 plus tax. Click here for hours and rates.
Rookies Sports Club performs a full-court press on the senses, sporting a menu with a mouthwatering array of grilled and fried snacks and displaying 10 television screens that allow fans to survey the scores around the league. The whole baseball squad or the Russian Olympic go-kart shot-putters can share an order of 50 Rookies signature wings ($38), swaddled in a choice of eight sauces. The Bronx Bomber steak burger creates a favorable matchup against offensive hunger pains, boasting a lineup of chopped sirloin, caramelized onions, applewood bacon bits, and blue cheese ($15.99). Rookies Sports Club also stocks a frosty collection of craft beers for a postgame celebration/commiseration, from the Belgian Gulden Draak Triple Ale to the coppery Keegan Ales Hurricane Kitty IPA. While nursing a glass of Black Dog Ale, guests can listen to sports commentators pontificating over their choice of game from a set of cordless speakers.
Though there are many apparatuses inside the gym, the most employed tool at New Image Gymnastics is invisible. That's because it's positive reinforcement—the trainers rely on supportive comments and cheery attitudes as the key source of their students' motivation. This approach applies whether they're coaching toddlers through a padded obstacle course or helping teenagers perfect a competitive routine. Their classes welcome 18-month- to 18-year-olds, and the fully trained staff monitors each student as he or she builds strength, balance, and self-esteem.