Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
220 West Main Street • Unit 3 • Smithtown, NY 11787
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  • Curvy Girls brings scoliosis convention to New York

    Curvy Girls Scoliosis Support will be holding its second biannual convention at the Hyatt Regency Long Island, later this month.

  • Burger restaurant name change unlikely, says CEO

    The head of a fast food chain has decided to leave one restaurant well alone following a rebranding exercise.

  • Walkers to raise funds and awareness this weekend

    All people in the area are invited to get a little exercise in a couple of days time to support Long Island families.

  • Smithtown set for murderously funny evenings

    Dial M for Murder, a main stage production, forms part of the Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts 2014 lineup and can be seen until the end of this week.

  • Janis Joplin tribute to hit Port Jefferson stage

    Amber Ferrari, a talented Janis Joplin tribute performer who has quickly emerged as a major talent, will be on stage this weekend.

  • Ballet dancers set for Saturday party

    The Princess Tea Party invites people to join local dancers for a tea session preceded by a stage performance. The Ballet Long Island Company might have use poster printing and flyer printing as the methods for advertising this production to people who live in this community and any of the surrounding suburbs.

  • Heartwarming tale to get Smithtown reception

    Starting tonight, Annie Jr. will be taking to the stage in one of the countrys most beloved musicals. No doubt a variety of printing services will be called upon over the holiday period to spread the word about this popular musical to people in this community, as well as those in the surrounding areas.

  • Bill-busting presentation comes to area this week

    A Long Island Green Homes presentation taking place in a few days time will help homeowners save money on their heating bills this winter by outlining several initiatives that can be used. The organizers of the seminar may have used poster printing and flyer printing to promote it to people in the area.

  • Halloween happenings hit Smithtown this month

    The Halloween Spooktacular is set to provide families a great opportunity to get out and join in some Halloween fun with a special trail created for the younger children. Numerous printing services may have been used to create and promote this event to people in this community and the surrounding areas.

  • Tuba troupe set for Sunday show

    This weekend, there is a chance to see a group that has been performing recitals in various school districts and at the faculty department since its inception in 1986, when it was a feature performance at the Tubefest.