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*Point Lookout Beach *Day after the Snow Storm

Point Lookout Beach January 1, 12 noon Annual Ocean Dip

"Dip at Noon" January 1, 12 noon *Point Lookout Civic Beach

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Point Lookout "Breakfast with Santa"


Point Lookout Annual Halloween Pumpkin Walk

* Free pumpkins, Drinks, Scary Creatures, DJ & Dancing at the Ye Olde Fire House.*

Thanks to the Sponsors: Doris Cullen, Olive Oil's, IGA Merolas, JoJo Apples, Chamber of Commerce, Civic Association, Village Gardners, Gelo's Pharmacy, Our Lady of Miraculous Medal Church.

Thanks to: Marian, Kamy, Lari, Cathy, Maura, Sandy, Jeanie, Josie, Nicole, Lucille, Mary M, Ellen M, Katie C, Mary T, Samantha, Emily and Also Thanks to the Clean Up Committee and All Others Involved.


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. . . While maintaining its original charm as a exclusive secluded seaside community, Point Lookout today has much more to offer than it did in the days when Marlene Dietrich maintained a summer home here, and Burl Ives sang folk songs in his bay house on Reynolds Channel.

This exclusive south shore hamlet now has all the amenities expected in an upscale year round community. There are restaurants and shops located on Lido Boulevard, the main street in town, including a deli, pizza shop, boutique, library, drug store, liquor store, luncheonette, hair salon,  U.S. Post Office and "MacDonalds Plumbing" to address all your plumbing needs & emergencies.

Residents or visitors to Point Lookout have a loca grocery shopping at the conveniently located The Mill market. They can also buy fresh caught fish at a local market, or clams and other seafood delicacies from the Clam Bar

Two local fishing stations will gladly provide anxious anglers with a skiff and motor to ply the waters of Hempstead Bay. "Scottys" fishing station features the "Buoy Bar", for cocktails and barbecue snacks outdoors, while "Teds" fishing station does the same at the "Baysiders" bar.

Transportation is available to Long Beach, (via local buses or Browards Limousine Service) where a connect to the Long Island Railroad and a 40-minute trip to New York City is possible.

Fine dining is offered at the Mo'Nelisa, J. A. Heneghan's Tavern, The Ale House, Salt Air, Jo Jo Apples restaurants on Lido Boulevard, or the "Fisherman’s Catch" , Clam Bar And "Buoy Bar" on Reynolds Channel. frequented by local residents and visitors alike. Jo Jo Apples also offers breakfast, lunch & dinner.

The community now hosts two of the most modern, municipally operated marinas on the east coast, including the Town of Hempstead East Marina and the Town of Hempstead West Marina.

The East Marina can accommodate 185 vessels and is home to four party boats for deep sea fishing. It is located one quarter mile from Jones inlet and has become a very popular marina for local sailing enthusiasts who usually join the local sailing club. The West Marina contains 150-slips that are generally used for power vessels, with some slips maintained for transient use.

The community of Point Lookout has its own special park district with oceanfront beaches, play ground and baseball fields which are exclusive to the residents of the 865 homes located there.

Religious services are available daily at Our Lady of Miraculous Medal Roman Catholic Church on Parkside Dr. or the Point Lookout Community Church. on Freeport Ave.

But don‘t just take our word for it. Come and see for yourself. If you want all the conveniences of modern living with the charm of an exclusive seaside community, a mere 45-minutes from New York City, give us a call at Hug Real Estate 516-431-8000 and we‘ll do the rest


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So Near And Yet So Far
These towns are convenient to big cities, yet set you free from urban cares

It has the charm and salt air of a fishing village, a seaside resort with snug bungalows for the summer folk. But it has grown up into a self-sufficient, year-round community that's ideal if you're looking for a place to retire. Best of all, it's less than an hour by rail to midtown Manhattan. Welcome to Point Lookout, N.Y., a hamlet on the eastern tip of one of the barrier islands off Long Island's South Shore.

Point Lookout offers retirees the rich cultural life, good restaurants, and entertainment options of the big city, without the congestion and crime. In that respect, it shares key attributes with Bradbury, Calif., a tiny village nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains northeast of Los Angeles. Or with Belvedere and Tiburon, Calif., neighboring enclaves with million-dollar homes and three yacht clubs, including the San Francisco Yacht Club, the oldest on the West Coast. The peninsula has breathtaking views of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge, and the ferry ride downtown takes just 20 minutes.

These places are especially attractive to people who spent their working lives in cities and still have family and friends there. "Three-quarters of all people retire within 50 miles of where they live," says Andrew Schiller, the PhD geographer who runs demographic researcher Location Inc. "They want to be 'going-out-to-dinner' distance away." Schiller has pinpointed the best neighborhoods for seniors within 60 miles of each of the country's biggest cities.

To come up with his picks, he looked for low crime rates, places with a high percentage of seniors and college-educated residents, and neighborhoods with established homes, easy walkability, and an artsy or funky element. Quality health care is a given because of proximity to the cities. He didn't consider affordability: If value is part of your equation, you can do your own search at the company's Web site,

The places are among the most expensive and exclusive in their regions. Kensington, Md., for example, with its historic Victorian-era homes in the Queen Anne and Colonial Revival styles, was a planned community developed in the 1890s as a respite from the hot summers in Washington. Schiller pinpointed only this central village, not the sprawl of tract homes surrounding it.

O.K., some of the places are a bit of a stretch for dinner and a play in the big city. The desirable lakefront neighborhoods of Michigan City, Ind., have long been popular as a summer retreat for Chicagoans. The city is next door to the 25-mile-long Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, with its miles of hiking trails and sand beaches, and a commuter railroad puts Chicago less than two hours away.

Historic Sandwich, Mass., incorporated in 1639, is Cape Cod quaint with sea grass, beaches, and a boardwalk. For seniors, the annual shellfishing permit is $5, less than a bowl of quahog chowder in Boston, 57 miles north. Still, if the city beckons, it's an easy weekend jaunt. You just have to tear yourself away.

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