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Psychic Reading

Blue Point Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary Presents a Group Reading With Psychic Medium Josephine
Ghiringhelli, Friday, February 26, 2016more

Would you like to help a local family in need?

The food pantry at Our Lady of the Snow Catholic Church has proudly served the needs of our neighbors in the Bayport Blue Point area for the past 3... more

Holiday Donations

Looking for a local charity in need of your help?  Mercy Center Ministries, Inc is a non-denominational not-for-profit right in the Suffolk co... more

Give Families a Place to Put Their Nicks on the Wall

    Remember when you were a kid and family members would measure your height against the wall, mark it with a pencil and over the y... more

Winter Coat Drive

Don’t leave them out in the cold!!
Bayport-Blue Point Community Lions Club
Winter Coat Drive
We are collecting gently used co... more


Schoolsposted: 02-09-2015

Blogging in The Bubble

by Danielle Golden Giglio

The Bayport Bubble is what my mother-in-law would ... more

Businessposted: 02-09-2015

BIg Business

There are over 300 businesses registered in our community. Doctors, lawyers and candlestick makers, restaurants and florists and the occasional del... more

Sportsposted: 01-28-2012

Some Sports Idea

AAnd, sports we have!  Sports we have! nd, sports we have!  Sports we have!   And, sports we have!  Sports we have! And, s... more

In the News

The Greatest Road Race Melissa Fricke

    A 10 mile race through the Bayport-Blue Point community has become the highlight event of the year for many runners.  The January event sold out in just 80 minutes one afternoon in October.  Over 1700 runners were the lucky bunch to register for this year’s 10 Mile Run to the Brewery leaving hundreds of disappointed runners.  Many passed messages across listservs searching for ways to get in the race and strategizing for registration for the following year.  With the eagerness for the event intense as it was, the fifth year of Sayville Running Company’s 10 Mile Run to the Blue Point Brewery was the most impressive one yet. 
    Runners from all over came out to run on January 17th – a Saturday morning with a brisk 15 degree temperature.  Several dozen runners came right from our own community including Brian Coyle of Bayport who finished 16th overall.  Runners represented NY’s five boroughs and at least ten states including: Illinois, Virginia, Michigan, Connecticut, and Florida.  Even Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone came out to run!
    As evidenced by its sell out speed, the race has become the most anticipated one on the island, and it’s no wonder why.  The event is artfully planned and executed by the best of the best in the business - Greater Long Island Running Club, Sayville Running Company, and Just Finish.  Great support and input from Suffolk County’s Fifth Precinct and the Village of Patchogue keep runners safe and the event smoothly run.  Come race day, over 100 volunteers ensure that runners are informed, hydrated, well-fed, and happy. 
    The event itself offers a long, professionally timed race, at a time of year where training is tough but necessary to stay on track for the upcoming spring events.  The course is an admired scenic route through the quaint towns of Blue Point and Bayport, where runners gawk at the beautiful homes and the community’s natural beauty. 
    Better yet, the race offers the very best after party to ever grace a road race.  The Blue Point Brewery generously hosted the runners offering five delicious beer options at each of the two enormous heated tents in the brewery’s back lots.  A band played all morning –Patchogue’s own, SoundSwell, kept the crowd lively with their fusion of rock, funk, jazz and blues.  With the flow of beer, rhythmic music, and abundance of food, the runners were left satiated and light-hearted.  The party carried on well into the tasting room hours with more bands, more beer, and the welcoming of the general public. 
    While the course is beautiful and the after party unbeatable, the event is also purposeful. True to the spirit of this community, the event is a charitable one. Local nonprofits supported by the event include: Patchogue Medford Youth and Community Services, St. Francis and Patchogue food pantries, and BULA.  As the founder of one of the beneficiary organizations, I extend my deepest gratitude to the people, organizations, and institutions who make this event possible – and most of all to the runners who brave the cold to come out and have fun with us every January. 
    Many of you may find the idea of this race to be a bit bonkers, but to me, to the hard working race organizers, and to the impassioned runner, it is pure magic. 

Thank You to the Community

Thank You BBP

On behalf of the Bayport-Blue Point Chamber of Commerce, we would like to thank our community for their generous support of the first stage of the ... more

Doggie Chef Comes to Bayport! Sam Desmond

Christine M. Filardi, author of Home Cooking for Your Dog, held a lecture at Bayport-Blue Point Library on August 1 to discuss the benefits of homemade meals for ... more

Family Night Under the Summer Sky Danielle Golden Giglio

    A crowd of over 100 gathered on a July evening for Great South Bay Coalition’s Movie Night in the parking lot of Flo’s Luncheonette in Blue ... more

Nine Year Old Champs Matt Morris

    On Sunday Nov 15th the Bayport-Blue Point 9 year olds (4th grade) won their second consecutive Division I Suffolk County Football Championship vs ... more