Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Harvest Fair

It’s Time Again !! 

Our 7th Annual Fall Family Harvest Fair 

                              Sunday Sept. 29th         11 AM – 4 PM 

Come to the Seaford Museum for a full day of family fun, food and shopping.  
Our Pumpkin Patch will have pumpkins, mums, hay bales & cornstalks. 
Sit & enjoy lunch from our food offerings of hot dogs, soda, popcorn, hot pretzels, candy apples and the famous Powell Family Clam Chowder. 
Finish your meal with some of the delicious baked goods that will be awaiting you. And you can always take some home to enjoy later. 

The terrific Kids’ Tent is always a big hit – featuring games, face painting and prizes. 

A large selection of vendors will be showing a multitude of fun & interesting items for your shopping pleasure. 

Lucky ticket owners will win raffle prizes. Entertainment throughout the day will add to the festive atmosphere. Everyone will enjoy visiting the Museum and experiencing Seaford’s past. 

The Fall Festival is fun for all ages and all proceeds benefit the Seaford Historical Society and its efforts to preserve our Museum and the many artifacts that help us all understand our town and the story of its history. 

Put the date of Sun. Sept. 29th on the calendar and join us, rain or shine, for a fun-filled family day right in Seaford. 

Vendors are wanted. For information contact or call Carla at 516-826-7642   

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Harvest Fair

Fun for the entire community!  Pumpkins.  Mums.  Hay bales. Soy candles.  Home-style bake sale.  Clam chowder.  Hot dogs. Popcorn.  Soda.
Entertainment throughout the day!
50/50 and raffle prizes.
Face painting.  Pumpkin decorating.  Balloon animals.  Games and prizes.

This event is a fundraiser to restore the Seaford Historical Museum.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

9/11 memorial at Seaford Fire Department 2013

At 6:30 a.m. on September 11, 2013, the Seaford Fire Department dedicated this monument ourside the firehouse on Southard Avenue.  The monument includes a fountain, two pieces of twisted steel from the World Trade Center, a bench, and plantings.

Fire Commissioner George Von Glahn led the ceremony, introducing guests, and also explaining the history of the construction of the memorial and its design by Seaford residents.  Chaplain Msgr. Steve Camp gave the invocation, words of encouragement ("We are stronger than steel"), and the blessing. The police pipe band vigorously offered a series of patriotic and meaningful pieces, including the U.S. Army song, "Over There," "Anchors Away," the Marines' Hymn, Amazing Grace, America the Beautiful, and "You're a Grand Old Flag."