Choo Choo Choose This Model Train Exhibit

TrainShow_020415Trainville Hobby Depot will host a free Model Train Exhibit to benefit the Nassau County Empire State Games for the Physically Challenged on Saturday, Feb. 21, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday, Feb. 22, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Broadway Mall in Hicksville.

The Model Train Exhibit includes an N Scale layout along with the Long Island HOTrack modular layout and the Long Island Traction Society O Gauge Trolleys operating.

The community is invited to support these young athletes; donations are accepted. For details, visit www.trainville
.com or www.broadwaymall.com.

Participation in the Games for the Physically Challenged is free and the numbers of athletes has increased each year, to more than 1,000. The dedication brought forth by the parents, families, teachers, coaches and volunteers are critical to its success. Operating with a small staff, the Games are facilitated by those who return each year to a program they love. For details, visit www.nassaucountypcgames.com.

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Steve Mosco
Steve Mosco, the former editor-in-chief at Anton Media Group, is a columnist for Long Island Weekly's food and sports sections. He fancies himself a tastemaker, food influencer and king of all eaters.

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