2019 Holiday Hours:

 

Tuesday, January 1, Happy New Year!

  • BOTH Offices CLOSED

January – Glaucoma Awareness Month

February – Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month

March – Workplace Eye Wellness Month

Sunday, March 10: Daylight Savings Begins

April – Sports Eye Safety Month

Thursday, April 9 – Rumble Ponies Opening Day at NYSEG Stadium

May – Healthy Vision Month

Sunday, May 12: Mother’s Day

Friday, May 24: - OPEN normal business hours

  • Vestal Office Open 7:30 - 5:00 pm
  • Sidney Office Open 8:00 - 5:00 pm

Saturday, May 25: - OPEN normal business hours

  • Vestal Office Open 7:30 - Noon
  • Sidney Office Open 8:00 - Noon

Monday, May 27: Memorial Day - Both Offices CLOSED

June – Fireworks Eye Safety and Cataract Awareness Month

Sunday June 16: Father’s Day

July - UV Safety Month

Wednesday, July 4: Both Offices CLOSED

August – Children’s Eye Health Safety Month

August 12 – 18: Dick’s Sporting Goods Open Golf Tournament

September – Healthy Aging Month

Monday, September 2: Labor Day - Both Offices CLOSED

October – Halloween Safety Month

November - Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month

Sunday, November 3: Daylight Savings Ends

Thursday, November 28: Thanksgiving - Both Offices CLOSED

Friday, November 29: OPEN normal business hours

  • Vestal Office Open 7:30 - 5:00 pm
  • Sidney Office Open 8:00 - 5:00 pm

Saturday, November 30: Office OPEN Normal Hours

  • Vestal Office Open 7:30 - Noon
  • Sidney Office Open 8:00 - Noon

December – Safe Toys ad Celebrations Month

Tuesday, December 24: Christmas Eve – BOTH Offices CLOSED

Wednesday, December 25: Christmas – BOTH Offices CLOSED

Saturday, December 28: Office OPEN Normal Hours

  • Vestal Office Open 7:30 - Noon
  • Sidney Office Open 8:00 – Noon

Monday, December 30: Office OPEN Normal Hours

  • Vestal Office Open 7:30 – 6:00 pm
  • Sidney Office Open 8:00 – 5:00

Tuesday, December 31: New Year’s Eve – Both Offices CLOSE at 5:00 pm

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CHEERS to your ocular health!

Did you know that nutrition plays a vital role in your ocular health?

Cardiologists stress lean meats, red wine, and exercise for your heart health. But what about your eyes? Well, studies show there are...

 

Have You Had Your Annual Eye Exam Yet?

 

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