Egg Hunt

​On Saturday March 19th @ Noon the Egg hunt kicks off at the Bayfront Park.

Come down to hunt for eggs and take photos with the Bunny and other characters.

Rain date is Sunday March 20th @ noon.

Bayfront Park Opening

Be sure to join us at the Bayfront Park on Saturday June 5th from 12- 3 pm  as we kick off summer with a BBQ and Bouncer rides for the kids. Rain date is Saturday June 12th from 12-3 pm.

Campout & BBQ

This August 6th we will once again be hosting a Campout & BBQ at the Bayfront Park.

Last year was the first time we hosted this event. It was a great success and everyone that attended had a great time. We pitched tents and had a BBQ while playing lawn games throughout the day. The next morning we had a breakfast for all of the brave campers. 
Pumpkin Patch
On Saturday October 15th from 12- 3 pm  the Bayfront Park turns into a farm. There will be a Pumpkin Patch for the kids to decorate a pumpkin and take it home as well as a Petting Zoo.  Mums and corn stalks will also be available for purchase. Rain Date is Sunday October 16th

Holiday Tree Lighting
Join us on Friday 11/24 at the Unqua Circle from 6pm  - 8pm as we light the trees and usher in the Holiday season. There will be a DJ and singers to lead us in caroling. We will be serving Hot Chocolate and Hot Cider.. There will also once again be a share table, so please bring your favorite desserts to share with your neighbors.  Santa will be joining us and will be available to take photos with the children.

Nassau Shores Civic Association
Post Office  Box 171
Massapequa, NY 11758

Telephone:  (516)  541-0129


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We keep the residents of Nassau Shores informed on issues that affect the Community as a whole.

We strive to foster the sense of community that makes Nassau Shores such a special place.

Your Membership Dues allow us to  host events that bring the neighborhood together. They are also used to pay for the electricity and water bills on the islands as well as maintaining the website and publishing The Tide.