WLIW21’s new production celebrates the Town of Huntington
Exclusive Premiere Monday, June 7 at 8 p.m. on WLIW21
Features Host/Narrator Bernadette Castro, Patti LuPone, Ralph Macchio, The Lockhorns’ Bunny Hoest, and other past and present residents
In the tradition of WLIW21’s award-winning New York The Way it Was series, we’re getting ready to explore the story of one of Long Island’s most interesting communities – Huntington. Following the tremendous success of New York War Stories, which featured viewer-contributed videos and letters, WLIW21’s production team turns to viewers like you once again for stories, photos and home movies of family celebrations, sporting events, carnivals, parades and other Huntington activities. If you lived in Huntington Village, Cold Spring Harbor, Huntington Station, Northport, Greenlawn, Dix Hills and Lloyd Neck between 1950 and 1990, please share with us your memories of the places and people that will always remind you of your hometown, Huntington. Our cameras can capture Huntington today; we need your help to tell the story of yesterday.
Send your photos or movies (any format) to:
P.O. Box 21
Plainview, NY 11803
Please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope if you want your submission returned.
All photo submissions will also be considered for the film’s DVD cover.
Email your stories of life in Huntington as you knew it to Hometown@wliw.org.
Call 516.367.2100 x8461 with any questions.