If you need to go out, these places are open.
UPDATED: Friday at 3:42 p.m.
If you are without power in Levittown Thursday or in need of food and supplies, the following businesses have been confirmed open:Levittown Public Library -
The library is open and serving hundreds of residents in the wake of hurricane Sandy, according to Steven Dalton, president of the Levittown Library Board of Trustees. "We have internet, charging stations, heat, hot coffee/hot chocolate, as well as TV's and computers set up throughout the library," Dalton said. Levittown Memorial -
Nassau County and Red Cross have teamed up to help the thousands of Long Islanders without resources in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. A shelter at Levittown Memorial High School, located at 150 Abbey Ln., opened Sunday night. Check out the story here. Island Trees Memorial Middle School
- School on Wantagh Ave. is open Friday 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. "Coffee, donuts, heat, power strips to recharge." From a user on our Facebook page.Rhythms & Soul Dance Studio
- "People are welcome to stop by and charge their cell phones. We're also hosting a free practice social Sat. Nov. 3rd 7-9pm. Dance to Salsa, Bachata, Latin, Hustle and more. "The Magic Shop -
Open for business (3711 Hempstead Tpke. at Wantagh Ave.) "We'll be open until 7p.m. and Saturday 11-7p.m..People can come and warm up, have some Halloween candy, use the internet, and or charge any electronic equipment."Miller's Ale House -
The restaurant has been confirmed open on Thursday. King Kullen and Kohl's -
A reader informed us on Wednesday that both businesses are open. Domenico's
- Patch LE Andrew Coen reported from Domenico's in Levittown on Monday, which was running on a backup generator. Laser Bounce
- "We are open normal hours 12-12 Friday and Saturday sun – Thursday 12-10, we have free wifi, free power, free charging."What else is open in Levittown? Please tell us in the comments below.
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