Celebrating Our Community!
The mission of Commack Day is to unite the members of the Commack community including business owners, alumni, families, and more to enjoy a day celebrating this great place that we call our home!
The community of Commack is very near and dear to us for various reasons. Whether we attended Commack Highschool or own a business on Commack Road, we consider this beautiful town our home. We hope that Commack Day will increase this sense of community and forge new relationships between all of the members of the Commack community.
Supporting community efforts is important to us and we have found that Commack Day is giving us the opportunity to contribute to organizations important to the Commack community.
More About Commack Day
Bring the whole family!
Looking for something fun to do with the family? Look no further! Commack Day will be a fun-filled day outdoors for families with children of all ages to enjoy! Take a look around at what our multiple local Commack vendors have to offer, enjoy food and beverages, listen to some live music from bands and a DJ, or simply enjoy the beautiful scenery of Hoyt Farm Park and Preserve!
All of these attributes come together to make Commack Day the perfect way for the whole family to spend their Saturday!
Additionally, to ensure that this event has the greatest impact on the community, a portion of the proceeds from Commack Day will go to support the Eric Spinato Foundation in support of their efforts to raise money for student scholarships.
Jim Manikas, Dean Spinato, Joe Tucciarone, Nicole Campisi, Nicole Levy
Why We Started Commack Day
As passionate members of the Commack community, we wanted to find a way to unite businesses, families, alumni, and community members alike for a day of fun celebrating Commack. This is why we are hosting the 3rd Annual Commack Day on September 24th at Hoyt Farm! This will be a day filled with food, drinks, live music, and more bringing all of us together to celebrate this community we call home. We hope to see you there!
One day we were sitting at lunch discussing how much the community has grown but has still managed to remain close-knit. We were reminiscing about our days at Commack High School and talking about the wide variety of businesses and people that make the community great. It got us thinking about how much we truly cherish this community.
With both of us being passionate community members, we knew we wanted to find a way to unite Commack for a day that honors the businesses and people of the town.
This is why we decided to hold Commack Day. We know many other community members feel the same way we do and share this love and respect for Commack, which is why we think it's time to bring everyone together to celebrate our hometown.