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Home Health

Southampton Village Mayor Jesse Warren announced Saturday that a private drive-thru testing site for COVID-19 would open on Thursday, April 30.

  • Located at the Hudson River Health Care Kraus Family Health Center in Southampton, the site will be open for testing Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. by appointment only and is expected to serve between 30 and 40 patients per day, according to a press release sent out on Tuesday. The health center is located off Old Town Road and has a circular entrance that could be suitable for the drive-thru testing.

  • People can call 845-553-8030 to schedule an appointment.

 

Check for updates to New York's Covid 19 Health site here: https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/covid-19-testing 

 

Make Masks

NY State has now made it mandatory to wear masks inside all public spaces and stores. To make a mask all you need is some fabric, elastic and time. Click here for different designs. If you plan on going outside, many public health officials are recommending wearing a mask that covers your nose and mouth. This includes going to the grocery store or pharmacy, riding public transit or any other time you're not able to maintain the recommended social distancing of at least two metres. If you don't know how to sew, try our simple tutorial for a no-sew DIY face mask that can be made from common household materials.

 

>> Coronavirus: How to make fabric masks to protect yourself from COVID-19

 

See attachment to this email that will help you make your own mask.

 

Explore Locally 

1. Walk around the Block

The sun is shining, the weather is getting warmer, and it would be a shame to miss all of the splendor the season has to offer, so get out of the house! If you only have a few minutes between conference calls and virtual learning sessions, a walk around the block is a great way to get a little fresh air. Wave at your neighbors (from a safe distance, of course), keep track of budding foliage and blooming flowers or scope out a good route for Trick-or-Treating (hopefully we'll be Corona-free by then). For little ones, a walk around the block may even be enough to ensure a great afternoon nap.

 

2. Go to the Beach

Breathe in that crisp, clean beach air and spread your toes through the sand. It may not be summer, but Long Island's beaches are still open for walks and picnics. Wherever you are on Long Island, chances are you aren't far from a beach, so why not pack a lunch and go for a spring romp in the sand or stroll along a boardwalk. Pack a picnic and a book and spend the day on one of the gorgeous beaches.

 

3. Take a Hike

Lace-up your sneakers, pack some snacks and take the family on a hike. There are plenty to choose from. Even though all public programs and events are suspended at this point at New York State Parks, all-year-round state parks, trails, and grounds of historic sites are currently open for outdoor recreation and enjoyment.

The trails, animal cages, and outdoor bathroom facility at the Quogue Wildlife Refuge will remain open daily from sunrise to sunset. If you live or are visiting the East End, check out these beaches to hunt for sea glass. Think of the future crafting potential!

For more active ideas, check out our list of nine family-friendly hikesacross Long Island.

 

Search for birds at the Mashomack Preserve on Shelter Island.

Take the ferry to Block Island and enjoy a world of pristine beauty.

Take a trip to Hither Hills State Park in Montauk.

Explore the saltwater marshes at the Elizabeth Morton Wildlife Refuge.

Take a  windmill-viewing drive on the East End ( there are 11 in all).

 

4. Go on a Bike Ride

Whether your kids are ready to tackle one of Long Island's many great bike trails or are still riding in a tandem seat, now is a great time to enjoy a family bike ride. Face it, we could all use a little freedom, and there's no more freeing feeling than the cool air on your face while you pedal through along. 

 

5. Pick Up an Activity Kit

NOTE: Please call establishments ahead of time!

 

Nick & Toni's has their own local pizza kit. Order at www.nickandtonis.com 

 

The Chocolate Duck in Farmingdale is offering free delivery for its take-home chocolate kits that include molds, paintbrushes, chocolate and other items. They also offer cupcake and cookie kits that include  cookie cutters, colored icing and decorations. Free delivery within an 8-mile radius, curbside pick up is also available.

 

Chocolate Works in Bellmore offers DIY Chocolate Kits for free contact-less delivery within 5 miles or pick up curbside. Choose between make your own chocolate pizzas, bars and kabobs.

 

Mama's Custom Cookies in Wantagh has a Do It Yourself Cookie Set that includes 2 lbs. of Mama's secret dough, chocolate sprinkles, nonpareils and ready made icing.

 

Paint a Piece in Commack, The Crafter's Table in East Setauket, Bubble in Babylon, Mom's Ceramics in Massapequa, Pop Up Parties in Levittown, Cool Crafts in Wantagh and As You Wishin Merrick are all offering customers the options to pick up crafting kits. At Paint a Piece and The Crafter's Table, customers can choose any ceramic and take it home with them. Kits include a ceramic piece such as an ornament, plate, mug, figurine or vase, brushes and four paint colors. You can also bring the craft back to be glazed. Bubble is selling their pre-packaged ceramic painting kits. Mom's Ceramics offers take-home creative family craft buckets that include ceramic pieces, decorating supplies, popcorn and a coupon for free pizza from Leonardo's Pizza in Massapequa. Cool Crafts has a take home plaster craft kit that includes a plaster piece, apron, paint, paintbrush and placemat. They also offer free delivery in Nassau or Western Suffolk. Pack It Up Parties offers delivery and pick ups (Wantagh and Oceanside) of their at home craft kits. Color a mermaid or drawstring unicorn bag. Bead your name in a charm necklace or design a heart squishy. Pop Up Parties has Lucky Lockets boxes that include materials to create a charm necklace. Delivery is available within 10 miles of Levittown. As You Wish sells art kits that can be delivered for free within a reasonable distance from Merrick. Choose from a variety of kits for different age groups and abilities. Order DIY to-go kits from AR Workshop locations in BellmorePort Washington and Smithtown have a crafting sesh at home. Choose from a variety of projects, designs, personalizations and colors all ahead of time and head there for curbside pick up.

 

From Home

Take a (Virtual) World Tour

Ever wanted to see the Alps up close? Hike Machu Picchu? Stroll through Barcelona? You can do all that without worrying about spreading disease through virtual tours-consider one of these virtual day trips you can now take online.

 

Yoga

Do Yoga with Me is offering its high-definition yoga videos for free during the pandemic. They have classes ranging from stress-relieving breathing exercises to popular yoga poses to regular flows-no prior experience (or flexibility!) required. Your body will thank you for doing yoga!

 

Learn to Bake Homemade Bread

There is no smell better than fresh bread baking but it can feel daunting for beginner bakers who don't know what "proofing yeast" even means, much less how to do it. Plus, who has the time to sit around rising, kneading, and then baking dough? You do, now! If you're already a pro, take this opportunity to learn how to bake a new type of bread, like sourdough, and teach this skill to your child while you're at it.

Don't miss these grandma-approved cake-baking secrets!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FW3ZcuxxEhw 

 

Play Some Brain Games

Keeping your mind active and agile can be a challenge when you're stuck in a quarantine. Thankfully there are plenty of fun and educational brain games to help you stay sharp. Lumosity is an app developed by neuroscientists with over 60 games designed specifically to boost cognition and memory. It's available on Apple, Android or computer.

These brain games will help you get smarter during the quarantine.

 

Take a Virtual Museum Tour

Explore Egyptian relics at the Louvre, the famous spiral staircase at the Guggenheim, and the masterpieces at the Van Gogh Museum-all from the comfort of your couch. Canada's Aga Khan Museum is now offering immersive 3-D tours. And, thanks to Google's Arts & Culture project, the ROM's Blue Whale exhibit, as well as hundreds more around the world, can all be viewed crowd-free from your home.

 

Catch a Free Live Show

Ottawa's National Arts Centre launched Canada Performs as a way to showcase artists from across the country during self-isolation. Catch live shows day and night featuring musicians, authors, comedians, and more. You can also catch a laugh with free interactive improv performances from Second City. Or, The Play Thing offers live performances of Canadian plays. Encore!

 

Deal Me In

Join your friends or family for a game of cards online. Choose from one of the many websites offering free group games, including euchre, hearts, bridge, and more. Bonus: with an algorithm shuffling the deck, it's a whole lot harder for grandpa to cheat.

 

Sag Harbor Shopping

Almost all of the stores in Sag Harbor Village have moved to a virtual online shopping experience. Here are a few with their websites and instagram names! Some shops are available by phone or email only.

 

Sag Harbor Books: www.southamptonsagharborbooks.com 

Sunny:  www.myleallotee.com @sunnysagharbor

Satori: www.satorisagharbor.com @satorisagharbor 

Stella & Ruby: Call 631-919-5222 @stellaandrubyhamptons 

Relax: www.relaxhampton.com @relaxhampton

Faherty: email jeremy@fahertybrand.com 

Ryland: www.rylandlife.com @rylandlife

Goldie: www.goldietees.com

Joey Wolffer: @shopjoeywolffer 

Xanadu: @xanadusagharbor

Wharf Shop: Call 631-725-0420 or email wharfshop@aol.com@wharfshop

Ethel + Row: www.ethelandrow.com @ethelandrow

Flying Point Surf Boutique: www.flyingpointsurf.com@flyingpointsurfshop

Kites Of The Harbor: @kitesoftheharbor

In Home: Email info@inhomesagharbor.com 

Sylvester & Co: www.moderngeneral.com @sylvesterandco

Grenning Gallery: By appointment only @grenning.gallery

Near Main: Call 631-721-6410 @nearmain8

Love Shack Fancy: @loveshackfancy Email sagharbor@loveshackfancy.com 

Fishers: Call 631-725-0006 email fishers@hamptons.com 

Emporium Hardware: Open for 3 customers at a time via back entrance. Call for free delivery.

Variety Store: Open

Schiavoni's: Open via rear entrance. Monday & Thursday 8:30am - 9:30am for customers 60+

Provisions: Order online at www.provisionsnaturalfoods.com@pronaturalfoods

Sag Harbor Pharmacy: Open @sagharbor_pharmacy 

Whites Apothecary: Open to 5 shoppers at a time @whitesapothecarysag

 

Carissa's is offering every Friday Missi (@missiflowers)  will be delivering seasonal bouquets sourced from our local farm community with some Dutch imports sprinkled throughout. Her arrangements are available online for pickup the same day under "The Pantry" on her website. 

 

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