Thank you for choosing Long Island Spay & Neuter and entrusting our practice with the care of your pet. Enclosed are some ideas to pass the time while you await word to pick up your pet.

SHOP

A mere 4 minute drive from LISN; heading south on 112, you’ll find Michael’s Arts and Crafts store, DMV, and Rite Aid; around the block you’ll find Target and Sam’s Club; across the street are Lowe’s, 7-Eleven, and Walgreens. Located at/near the intersection of Route 112 and Horseblock Rd; (north of the Long Island Expressway). If you really have some time to kill, the Smith Haven Mall, in Lake Grove, and Tanger Outlets, in Riverhead, are only a 20 minute ride from LISN.

EAT

Also near the intersection of 112 and Horseblock Rd. you’ll find Subway, a bagel shop, pizza parlor, Cactus Cafe, Dairy Queen, and Starbucks (just south of LIE on 112). The renewed and booming Main St. of Patchogue Village has a variety of choices and only a 15 minute drive from LISN. Just take 112 south, to Main St. and make a right; the restaurants are approximately a 1/4 mile west.

PLAY

Country Fair Entertainment Park is a fun time for all ages! Some of the main attractions include: miniature golf, go karts, laser tag, batting cage, driving range, indoor arcade, and more! Multiple admission packages are available. Conveniently located a mile north of LISN, 3351 Route 112 (between Horseblock and Granny Roads).

LEARN

The Long Island Maritime Museum
88 West Avenue
Sayville, NY 11796
(631) HISTORY (447-8679)

The Long Island Maritime Museum is committed to the research, preservation and interpretation of our region’s rich nautical heritage. From boat building to shipwrecks; shellfish harvesting to recreational boating— it’s all there on display in their galleries or at one of the number of events or programs available.

“The Museum is located on the waterfront of the former MEADOW EDGE estate of the Hard family. With a collection of over 10,000 objects, a rich archive of documents and photographs, and five historic buildings, the Museum is a treasure chest of Long Island history.”

Admission:
Adults $8.00~Seniors & Children $6.00
Group tours available by appointment.

Hours:
Monday – Saturday 10:00am to 4:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm to 4:00pm

WATCH

Island 16 Cinema de Lux is about a 10 minute ride west on the L.I.E., off of Nicolls Rd. The local theater consists of stadium seating,16 modern cinema screens with both digital projection and sound equipment, plus a custom party service. Located at 185 Morris Ave in Holtsville, NY.

EXPLORE

The Montauk Lighthouse Museum
2000 Montauk Highway
Montauk, NY 11954

(631) 668-2544
montauklighthouse.com

The museum, which is located in the 1860 Keepers’ house, displays an assortment of many historical documents, and photographs. The Museum Parlor features a display case containing two documents. One is signed by Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson and is the Congressional authorization, approved by President George Washington in 1792, to construct a lighthouse at Montauk Point. The second, signed by President George Washington in 1796, authorized the federal purchase of land from the Montauk Proprietors for the purpose of building a lighthouse at Montauk Point. The Gilmartin Galleries is home to an exhibit to whaling industry artifacts from the 19th century. The artifacts were also used in one of the last whale hunts conducted from shore in Wainscott in 1907.

Admission:
Adults $11.00 ~ Seniors $8.00
Children $4.00

Hours (seasonal & weather permitting):
Saturday 3/31— Sunday 4/8
after that week, only open weekends through May