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Suffolk Trails on 10/10 @ 6:30pm

Updated: 3 days ago

Thursday, October 10, 2019, 6:30pm – Suffolk Trails by Bruce Kagan, retired school teacher

Join Bruce for an evening exploring two wonderful trail opportunities waiting you in Suffolk County.

Part I – In progress N. Shore Rails Trail (work to begin by fall): Bruce opened his grade 5 class to an extensive bicycle safety program after his ten-year-old student was run over but not killed, crossing Rte. 25A in Miller Place while riding his bicycle to school.  Since then Bruce joined a small grassroots group in the early 1990s and worked on a proposed 10-mile pedestrian/bike path along an abandoned railroad corridor connecting six communities from Port Jefferson to Wading River.

Part II - The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Recreation Path:  Referred to as “The Jewel of the E. End” this 9.2-mile paved loop located at The EPCAL Enterprise Property in Calverton has become the most popular park in Riverhead Town.

More info: New bike path dedicated to Vietnam veterans opens in Calverton, 7/1/2019, News 12, http://longisland.news12.com/story/40731265/new-bike-path-dedicated-to-vietnam-veterans-opens-in-calverton


From East: Montauk Hwy. (27A) half mile west of Great Neck Rd., Copiague.  Right (north) on Deauville Blvd., library on right, next to elementary school.

From West: Montauk Hwy. (27A) one mile east of Rte. 110/Broadway, Amityville. Left (north) on Deauville Blvd., library on right, next to elementary school.


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