Thousands Turn Out for Islip Town's 2nd Annual SeaFest

September 25th, 2018 – Thousands turned out for the Town of Islip's 2nd Annual SeaFest Saturday at the Bay Shore Marina. Blue skies and warm temperatures created the perfect outdoor atmosphere for a day on the Great South Bay, filled with specialty food trucks, boutiques, craft beer and LIVE music by The Dirty Vice Band..

Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter led the opening ceremony, which included the singing of the Star-Spangled Banner, the Pledge of Allegiance and the Presentation of the Colors by the Lt. Michael Murphy Sea Cadets of West Sayville. Senator Phil Boyle and Rep. Peter King were also on hand, as were Commissioner Tom Owens, Islip Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs/DPW and his team, and Jeannette Marino, representing Councilwoman Mary Kate Mullen..

Supervisor Carpenter, DPW Commissioner Tom Owens and Senator Phil Boyle post for a photo as residents walk the seafest grounds

"I am truly grateful to our Parks and Recreation & DPW team for all of their hard work putting this incredible event together, and to the vendors who helped make it such a huge success," said Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter. "The SeaFest is a great way for residents to enjoy music, shopping and a delicious meal on our beautiful waterfront," she said.

Vintage Cards lined up in brillant bright colors under perfect blue skies as residents walk the seafest grounds

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