24 LONGISLANDPRESS.COM • NOVEMBER 2018
‘DO THIS’ FOR A CAUSE
HAIR WE SHARE 70’S
Nonprofit Hair We Share hosts its
third annual fundraising gala to support
those suffering from hair loss
due to alopecia and chemotherapy.
This year’s “Love This Life” charity
event takes a trip back to the ’70s for
a night of fantastic food and drink,
dancing and unbelievable raffle
prizes. Oheka Castle, 135 W. Gate Dr.,
Huntington. hairweshare.org. $150-
$175. 7-11 p.m. Nov. 8.
LONG ISLAND FIGHT
Watch as Long Island’s fiercest
volunteer pugilists step into the ring
for a good cause at this charity boxing
event’s annual one-night-only bout.
Local charities supported include the
Long Island Community Chest, the
Genesis School, and the National Foundation
for Human Potential. Hilton
Long Island/Huntington, 598 Broadhollow
Rd., Melville. lifightforcharity.
org. $135-$250. 6 p.m. Nov. 19.
JOSEPH COTRONE CIGAR
Massapequa Park restaurant
Patrizia’s plays host to this dinner
soiree dedicated to raising money
for families of those affected by Lou
Gehrig’s Disease (ALS). Festivities
include a hosted bar, cigars, raffles,
door prizes and an Italian feast fit
for a king. Patrizia’s, 4913 Merrick
Rd., Massapequa Park. $150-$2,000.
6:30-11 p.m. Nov. 26.
This annual event at the elegant
home of Debbie and Phil Grucci featuring
cocktails and light bites is to benefit
the Boys & Girls Club of the Bellport
Area. Reservations are required and
attendance is limited.
Tickets are available
at Pamela Lerner
Home & Design,
Bellport Arts and
Framing, TOLA and
Peathole Lan, Bellport,
$125. 5-8 p.m. Dec. 1.
BACK TO THE
Take a trip back to
the 1980s to support
the John Theissen
Children’s Foundation with a funfilled
Damion “Dynamite” Nelson faces Jollot Abdulaye
during the Long Island Fight for Charity Nov. 20,
2017 at the Hilton Long Island in Melville. (Photo
by Bob Savage)
evening packed with ’80s
music, retro bars, raffles, photo
booths and auctions featuring rare
Reagan-era memorabilia. Special
guests include former New York
Mets and 1986 World Series Champion
Mookie Wilson, former Boston
Red Sox first baseman Bill Buckner
and former New York Giants MVP
and Super Bowl Champion Otis
Anderson. Mulcahy’s Pub and
Concert Hall, 3232 Railroad Ave.,
Wantagh. www.jtcf.org. $50-$350.
6:30-11 p.m. Dec 6.
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