Save the Date DRAFT

Sponsorship Opportunities

All net proceeds fund future Arthur Kunz Memorial Scholarships!!

When:  September 29, 2016

Where:  Hotel Indigo East End, 1830 West Main Street, Riverhead, NY  11901

Downtown Riverhead Mobile Workshop:  1:30pm – 3:00pm

Conference:  3:00pm – 7:30pm

Stayed tuned for more information and online registration! 

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Sustainable Long Island Film Screening Series

Hosted by Farrell Fritz, P.C.

When:  Thursday, August 4, 2016   5:00pm – 8:00pm

Where:  100 Motor Parkway, Hauppauge, NY  11788, Lower Level Conference Center

  • CLICK HERE for registration and sponsorship details!

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Click Announcement for Registration Page

Thank you for attending this year’s Arthur Kunz Memorial Scholarship Breakfast held at the Molloy College Suffolk Center on May 20th!!  We would like to send out a special thank you to all of the attendees, speakers, sponsors and the LI Steering Committee volunteers who helped to make the event a huge success!  Please see below for photos of the event and copies of the presentation decks.


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Scholarship Recipient Presentation

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2016 Scholarship Recipients & LI Section Officers


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To register and/or sponsor this event (via PayPal), please see below; or, send a check payable to APA Long Island Section and mail to Kathryn Eiseman, APA LI Section Treasurer, c/o Nelson, Pope & Voorhis, LLC, 572 Walt Whitman Road, Melville, NY 11747 (If sending a check, please also send an email confirmation to keiseman@nelsonpopevoorhis.com)

Online Registration:  $15 students; $20 municipal, APA members, non-profits; $25 Non-APA member, $40 at the door (day-of).

APA Members, Municipal and Non-profit employees = $20

$20.00 APA Members, Municipal and Non-profit employees




Sponsorship Opportunities:  Three corporate and one individual sponsorship levels are available. All sponsorship levels include thanks in our upcoming announcements and conference brochure and on our website at www.apalongisland.org. Additional benefits include:


  • Gold: $500 includes 6 Tickets, company profile on our website, extra‐large logo and company name displayed on poster during event, option to display marketing materials during the event, recognition during the presentation, and opportunity to present for a few minutes during the event.
  • Silver: $250 includes 4 tickets, company profile on our website, large logo and company name displayed on poster during event, with option to display marketing materials at table before the event.
  • Bronze: $150 includes 2 tickets, logo displayed on our website, logo and company name displayed on poster during event.
  • Individual: $75 includes 1 ticket and name displayed on poster board during the event.

Thank you for your generosity and support!! All net proceeds fund future scholarships.





Individual Sponsor

Plan 2045

NYMTC’s Next Regional Transportation Plan
Help Plan the Region’s Transportation Future at Upcoming Community Workshops!

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Suffolk County (West)Republic Airport, May 9, 3pm and 6pm

Suffolk County (East)Riverhead Legislative Auditorium, May 11, 3pm and 6pm

Nassau CountyNassau County Legislative Building, May 12, 3pm and 6pm

For more details on the workshops and ways to provide comments and feedback, please CLICK HERE for the full announcement.

The National Center for Suburban Studies at Hofstra University and the Harvard University Graduate School of Design cordially invite you to a book launch for The Storm, the Strife, and Everyday Life: Sea Changes in the Suburbs.


When: Monday, April 25, 5-7 PM

Where: Hofstra University Club, 225 Hofstra Blvd, Hempstead, NY 11550

This creative and forward-thinking book presents the results of a design studio at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design in Fall, 2014, under the supervision of Harvard Prof. Daniel D’Oca. The studio, which was generously sponsored by the Horace and Amy Hagedorn Fund in the NY Community Trust, the Long Island Community Foundation, and the Rauch Foundation, invited graduate students of architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, and urban design to take stock of how Long Island is changing. Then, with advice from NCSS Executive Dean Lawrence Levy, who wrote a foreward to the book, the Harvard students used this research to work with community-based partners to help their communities confront today’s demographic and environmental realities.

The book launch will feature wine and hors d’oeuvres, brief introductory remarks from Dean Levy, Sol Marie Jones (Long Island Community Foundation), and Daniel D’Oca (Harvard Graduate School of Design), short presentations of projects from Harvard students, and a discussion with students from Hofstra’s Sustainability Studies program, moderated by Prof. Robert Brinkmann.

Books will be available for sale.

Admission is free and open to the public. Please RSVP by April 20, 2016 to Jackie.Geis@hofstra.edu.


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