Friends of The Big Duck
 
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The Big Duck
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Flanders, NY

Friends Of The Big Duck 
Friends Of The Big Duck, a not-for-profit organization,
is dedicated to preserving the history of this
important National Landmark.
Meetings are held the first Tuesday of every month,
at the David W. Crohan Community Center,
655 Flanders Road (Rt.24), Flanders, NY.

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Friends Of The Big Duck
Board of Directors
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President
Fran Cobb
Vice President
Doris Schneider
Treasurer
Laurie Gallo 
Secretary
Angela Fanelli
Sergeant-At-Arms
Neil Young
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CLICK HERE TO JOIN "FRIENDS OF THE BIG DUCK"

CLICK HERE to send a message to Doris Schneider, Secy, FOBD

For more information,
or to make a financial contribution,
please contact us at 
Friends Of The Big Duck
1012 Flanders Rd.
Flanders, NY 11901
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Become A Member! 

 

 Our Next Meeting Is

Tuesday, May 6th, 2014 

7PM

(Meetings are usually held the first Tuesday of the month)

At the David W. Crohan 
Community Center,
655 Flanders Road (Rt.24),
Flanders, NY.
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Easter Duck Egg Hunt!

Saturday, April 12th, 2014

11AM 

(Rain Date Sunday, April 13th) 

 FREE

 Bring baskets for goodies!

 Children 2-9 years old!

 

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 ANNUAL SPRING FAIR

AT

BIG DUCK RANCH

 

 Saturday, May 17th, 2014

(Rain Date: Sunday, May 18th)

10AM-4PM

 

CLICK HERE: Vendor Application & Info

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The Big Duck

OPEN YEAR-ROUND!

Hours:

Monday - Saturday

10AM - 5PM

Sunday

1PM - 5PM

Phone:

631-852-3377

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THE BIG DUCK, listed on the National Register of Historic Places,
overlooks Reeves Bay in Flanders, Long Island, New York.
The vision of Long Island duck farmer Martin Maurer...
THE BIG DUCK was designed by Broadway set designers,
the Collins Brothers, and crafted by locals George Reeve, John Smith,
and Merlin Yeager in 1931. Originally nesting in Riverhead,
our fine-feathered friend has waddled three times and now rests
in it's most popular and familiar settling, BIG DUCK RANCH.
Roadside architecture designed to promote what is sold inside is now
commonly known as "Duck Architechture", in honor of the whimsical
grand-daddy of them all.