Living on Long Island means that there is always something to do and always a new way to get involved in the community. These March community events in Babylon will help you find new ways to get connected and serve the town of Babylon.
If you’ve ever been interested in learning more about starting a business and networking with those who have strong business experience, these regular meetings could be just the thing you’re looking for. The next meeting takes place on March 1, 2018.
Another great way to get involved in the community is by joining the Babylon Town Chamber of Commerce. This group puts all of its efforts towards improving the businesses and economics of Babylon. Come hungry—each meeting is accompanied by dinner and a cash bar. For more information, you can visit the BTCC website at babylontownchamber.org.
The West Babylon Lions are a group of community members who aim to give back to their neighbors by creating community events and volunteer options. The group meets regularly, and will have two meetings in March on the 14th and the 28th at the Lions Club House located in West Babylon.
Throwing a St. Patrick’s Day party and looking for inspiration? Don’t worry, the team at Babylon Honda has you covered. These easy, DIY St. Patrick’s Day decorations will make your party the most festive one on record.
Four-Leaf Clover Table Topper
It’s easy to turn some green card stock and some skewers into a miniature garden of four-leaf clovers. Cut out your fill of clovers, glue them to skewers, and then place them in a vase, bottle, or pot for a festive centerpiece.
Don’t just top your table with clovers—top your desserts with them too. Cut out clovers and attach to popsicle sticks, then insert into cupcakes or other treats.
Clover Goody Bags
Send your guests home with some goodies in a clover-shaped pouch. Cut thick green paper or fabric into clover shapes and glue or sew shut, leaving an opening where you can stash chocolate coins and colorful candies.
Some festive scrapbooking paper paired with colorful string can easily turn into a St. Patrick’s Day Banner. Cut triangles with the paper and decorate as you please, spelling out “Luck” or “Happy St. Patrick’s Day” or just painting each triangle with a clover. Attach the triangles to the string, and hang it proudly.