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Member Spotlight: Leilu of Huntington

Member Spotlight: Leilu of Huntington

When you walk into Leilu on New Street, Huntington, you’re not walking into just another restaurant: no, you’re walking into a two-story space where dreams and hospitality are realized. You are greeted with a picture of their two daughters, Leila and Lucie, who...

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Free Masks for Chamber Business Members

Free Masks for Chamber Business Members

The Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce is offering free boxes of masks for all Chamber members thanks to the generation donation of Baseball Lifestyle 101 .  As we continue to navigate these unprecedented times, it's important that our community continue to take...

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Long Island Fall Festival is Canceled

Long Island Fall Festival is Canceled

  The Long Island Fall Festival, held for the last 27 years at Heckscher Park, has been canceled for this year because of the pandemic. The event usually brings thousands of people to Huntington over a long Columbus Day weekend. The festival provides three stages...

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Optimize your Membership Meeting on July 14th at 8 a.m.

Optimize your Membership Meeting on July 14th at 8 a.m.

Being a member of the Chamber has many benefits. Whether you're joining to build connections, further become involved in the town, or need different resources as you begin to build your business, there are plenty of reasons to become a Member of the Huntington...

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Long Island Enters Phase 3 of Re-Opening

Long Island Enters Phase 3 of Re-Opening

While our world continues to fight and take the necessary precautions to fight the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic, Long Island has successfully met the requirements to enter Phase 3 of Re-Opening. This is another monumental step in re-starting our economy as many...

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Celebrating Juneteenth

Celebrating Juneteenth

The Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce is proud to celebrate June 19th, better known as “Juneteenth”. On January 1st, 1863 President Lincoln announced the “Emancipation Proclamation”: freeing slaves in the United States. While that date was a historic and...

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