Parking rules and traffic signals are on Tuesday's Town Board agenda.
The board will take up a parking study produced recently to tackle problems with parking in Huntington Village. It will also address plans for signals at the intersection of East Fifth Street and Park Avenue designed to deal with traffic from the Avalon Bay complex. The board meets at Town Hall at 7 p.m.
Postponed recently by rain, the second annual Huntington sandcastle contest is back on the schedule for Aug. 22 at Crab Meadow Beach.
Residents are invited to bring their buckets, their shovels and their artistic talents to the contest at Crab Meadow Beach. The contest is open to Huntington residents in two categories: ages 16 and under and ages 17 to adult. Register here for the contest.
Gates open for contest participants at 4 p.m.; judging begins at 7 p.m. The contest will be canceled if it rains.
Contestants can add materials to their designs but are encouraged to build environmentally friendly castles.
The event is free of charge for participants or those attending the contest. No beach permits are required.
Two winners will receive gift certificates to LaCasa Cafe.
For more information, call call (631) 351-3112.
Awareness Day Parade The fourth annual Huntington Awareness Day is scheduled for Sept. 7, . The town said a parade will go from West Hills Road to Church Street. Bands, floats, service groups, vintage cars and merchants will participate in the day's events.