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Wednesday, October 01, 2014
Art of the Aztecs
Art of the Aztecs
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
55 Vanderbilt Parkway
Dix Hills
631-421-4530

Presented by Professor Thomas Germano. Learn about the rich history of the Aztecs through stone monuments temple architecture, and illustrated codices. Learn about the latest discoveries that are shedding light on this pre-Columbian civilization. Registration begins September 2nd. Free

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Calm and Connected: Parenting Children with ADHD© Parent Training and Support
Calm and Connected: Parenting Children with ADHD© Parent Training and Support
PTS Coaching
900 Walt Whitman Road
Melville
5168020593

Seven 1-1/2 Hour Session Workshop Series: AM & PM Sessions

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ArTrip: LongHouse Reserve & Madoo Conservancy
ArTrip: LongHouse Reserve & Madoo Conservancy
LongHouse Reserve & Madoo Conservancy
Meeting Spot: 90 North country road Setauket
Multiple, see below
631-751-2676

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2014
(Rain Date: Wednesday, October 8, 2014)

$100 per person

Meet at Gallery North at 8:30am

LongHouse Reserve, East Hampton:
LongHouse Reserve exemplifies living with art in all its forms. Founded by Jack Lenor Larsen, its collections, gardens, sculpture and programs, reflect world cultures and inspire a creative life.

Lunch at Il Capuccino, Sag Harbor

Madoo Conservancy, Sagaponack:
The Madoo Conservancy is dedicated to the study, preservation, and enhancement of madoo, the ever changing, horticulturally diverse garden with historic structures established in 1967 by artist, gardener, and writer Robert Dash in the village of Sagaponack, New York. At Madoo, a unique living tribute to the artistic imagination of its founder, we seek to continually engage, educate, and inspire our visitors within this ever-changing, entirely organic environment.

BUS TRANSPORTATION, ENTRANCE FEES, AND LUNCH INCLUDED

CALL GALLERY NORTH TO SIGN UP 631-751-2676

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Thursday, October 02, 2014
Cello Concert - Andrey Tchekmazov
Cello Concert - Andrey Tchekmazov
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
One Bungtown Road

Cold Spring Harbor
516-367-8455

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory 2014 Cultural Series Concerts Presents Andrey Tchekmazov, Cellist
Hailed by critics as an “extraordinary musician” (Washington Post), cellist Andrey Tchekmazov is known for his versatility as a soloist, recitalist and chamber musician.

Mr. Tchekmazov was the Grand Prize winner of the Vittorio Gui International Chamber Music Competition and the Premio Trio di Trieste and has performed extensively throughout North and South America, Europe, Russia and Asia. He has appeared at the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, Osaka Symphony Hall in Japan, New York’s Alice Tully Hall, Brazil’s Sala Cecilia Mereles, Sala Sao Paulo and Teatro Alfa with orchestras such as the São Paolo Symphony, the Moscow Chamber Orchestra, the Brazil National Symphony, the Kiev Philharmonic and the Teatro Alfa Symphony. He has also been a top prizewinner at the Koussevitzky Cello Competition in New York, the Schadt Competition, Artists International, Premio della Critica in Trieste and the Russian National Competition in Moscow.

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Women’s EXPO
Women’s EXPO
Middle Country Public Library
101 Eastwood Blvd.

Centereach
6315859393

The fourteenth annual Women’s EXPO will be held on Thursday, October 2, 2014 from 11 am to 6 pm at Middle Country Public Library, 101 Eastwood Blvd., Centereach. Admission is free.  The Women’s EXPO provides a marketplace for Long Island women who create and distribute a variety of products including fine art, jewelry, clothing, pottery, paper products, children’s items, gift baskets, specialty food, glassware and more.  A great opportunity to network, support Long Island women entrepreneurs and shop early for holiday gift giving, the Women’s EXPO showcases more than 80 Long Island women from Nassau and Suffolk counties, promoting economic independence for LI women and providing education and support for women entrepreneurs as well.  Last year, over 2400 attended the event.  Lunch from the Fifth Season is available for purchase in the EXPO Café.  The EXPO’s Tea-At-Half-Past-Three features tea and scrumptious desserts from local bakeries.
The Women’s EXPO is presented by the Middle Country Library Foundation.  Proceeds help to support the library’s Miller Business Resource Center.  Bank of America is the EXPO’s lead sponsor.  Other sponsors include TD Bank, Astoria Bank and Allstate. For information go to www.womensEXPOli.org or call 631-585-9393 ext. 296.

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The Writing Journey with Anne Kelley-Edmunds
The Writing Journey with Anne Kelley-Edmunds
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
55 Vanderbilt Parkway
Dix Hills
631-421-4530

Everyone has a story to tell. Maybe yours is fiction; maybe it is a memoir. This creative writing course will guide you on your path as a writer with stimulating “story sparks”, group discussion and constructive feedback to help you hone your talent. Bring a notebook and a pen. Anne Kelly-Edmunds is a poet and memoir essayist. She is a former magazine editor and feature article writer. Thursdays, 10-02-2014 to 10-16-2014, 7:00PM - 9:00PM. Registration begins September 2nd. Free

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Friday, October 03, 2014
Fall Fun at Schmitt Family Farm
Fall Fun at Schmitt Family Farm
F&W Schmitt Farm
26 Pinelawn Drive
Melville
631-271-3276

Join us for Fall Fun for the Whole Family!
Fall is our favorite season here at F&W Schmitt’s Family Farms. Why, you might ask? Because it’s a continuation of a decades old tradition wherein parents bring their children to pick their own pumpkins, Bill, Ferdie and the other farmers give free hayrides, and families have a time to reconnect as the long hot summer comes to a close. Continue your family tradition or start a new one, this fall at F&W Schmitt’s Family Farm in Melville.

From Sept. 25-Oct. 26

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F&W Schmitt’s Nightime Haunts
F&W Schmitt’s Nightime Haunts
Schmitt's Farm
26 Pinelawn Road
Melville
631-271-3276

The F&W Schmitt’s Farm in Melville is excited to celebrate its 20th year of scaring the living daylights out of its visitors! Whether it’s your first time or your 100th, come out for fun and frights!

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Saturday, October 04, 2014
Fall Art Workshop for Children Ages 5-11
Fall Art Workshop for Children Ages 5-11
Guild Hall
158 Main Street
East Hampton
631-324-0806

Children will receive a short guided tour of the Robert Motherwell exhibition, where they will learn about the artist’s use of sand and paper and then create their own sand paintings or paper collages drawing upon the shapes of autumn as the inspiration for their own abstract expressions. Citarella is graciously providing a platter of yummy cookies for the young aspiring artists to snack on (and to take home!). Tickets online at GuildHall.org or at Box Office 3 hours prior to curtain; theatermania.com; or 1.866.811.4111.

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LIVE BLUEGRASS MUSIC WITH THE YANKEE REBELS
LIVE BLUEGRASS MUSIC WITH THE YANKEE REBELS
Martha Clara Vineyards
6025 Sound Avenue
Riverhead
631-298-0075

The Yankee Rebels is an award winning, 5 piece Bluegrass band that has been together for 40 years. Their close 3 and 4 part harmonies, lively instrumentation and humor have made them one of the most popular Bluegrass bands in the New York area concert scene.
When: 1-4pm

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Against All Odds Walkathon
Against All Odds Walkathon
Eisenhower Park
1899 Hempstead Turnpike
East Meadow
5165415375

Survivors of Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual issues join together to proclaim their victory…AGAINST ALL ODDS!

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Lightning Strikes 5K Run/Walk
Lightning Strikes 5K Run/Walk
Holbrook Fire Department
390 Terry Blvd
Holbrook
6315138775

Come out and enjoy a brisk run through the beautiful Holbrook community!  Registration: You must park and register at Holbrook FD Headquarters at 390 Terry Blvd in Holbrook, between 7:00AM-8:30AM. 5K Runners will start and finish at Holbrook FD Headquarters. Register online at Active.com.  *** First 100 Registered will receive a Free T-Shirt****  Race Entry Includes: Race Day Bib, Post-Race Raffle & Award Ceremony. Water stops will be provided at every mile, Food & Refreshments, along with Medical Aid.  Awards: Awards to Top 5 in each category: Top 5 Under 40 & Top 5 Over 40.Event schedule and times
Race Day - The Lightning Strikes 5K Run/Walk will begin promptly at 9 am on Saturday October 4th, 2014. Registered runners should arrive between 8:15 and 8:30am to have ample time for parking, warm up, and check in. Runners who intend to register for the run the day of the race should arrive between 7:30am and 8:00am. Day of the race registration closes at 8:45 am in preparation for the 9 am race start time. At the conclusion of the race there will be a small afterparty with raffles, snacks, and music. All runners should dress weather appropriatelyand bring a photo id.
Parking- Runners should arrive at the Holbrook Fire Department Headquarters and follow signs and directions from the Holbrook Fire Department Fire Police, and Suffolk County Officers. There will be plenty of parking available within the community.
Course- The Lightning Strikes 5K Run/Walk is a beautiful jog through the Holbrook community and business districts. The race will begin and conclude at the community Park near the Holbrook Fire Department Headquarters on Terry Blvd.
Remember: Eat a light breakfast the day of the event. Dress weather apropriately, as we will be running rain or shine! Bring a photo id. But most importantly- HAVE FUN!

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Hair of the Dog at The Maples
Hair of the Dog at The Maples
The Maples bar & Grill
10 Ryerson Avenue
Manorville
631-533-2738

Fundraiser at the historic, famous, and animal loving bar and grill ‘The Maples’ to benefit RSVP!!!
Live classic rock band Diesel will be there and so will some of our adoptable pets!
Chinese Auction, 50/50 raffle, food and fun!
Admission $20 includes food

All proceeds will help local animals in need! RSVP Inc. Animal Welfare & Rescue is a 501c3 non profit and donations are tax deductible.

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Arthur Pinajian (1914-1999) Survey Exhibition
Arthur Pinajian (1914-1999) Survey Exhibition
Gallery 125 Bellport
125 S. Country Road
Bellport
6318802693

Gallery 125 Bellport will be holding a survey show of Arthur Pinajian’s works Oct.4-Nov.10.

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Amityville AppleFest
Amityville AppleFest
Village of Amityville
180 Park Ave
Amityville
(631) 598-0695

Happy Fall Long Island!

This year’s annual Amityville AppleFest is bigger and better than ever with master pumpkin carving demonstrations (11AM-3PM), pony rides, petting zoo, bounce houses and kiddy rides! 

In addition to the festival’s new attractions, the Amityville Rotary Club will be selling their delicious apples, the Amityville Historical Society will have a fantastic antique sale and the Amityville Chamber of Commerce will have its family friendly Paint-A-Pumpkin Patch! 

The Town of Babylon Showstage will be rocking with entertainment coordinated by Revolution Music Hall and the Village of Amityville Gazebo will have a DJ as well as dancing and martial arts demonstrations!

Plenty of vendors and family fun to welcome in the fall season! 

Come on down and enjoy historic downtown Amityville for its largest event of the year!

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Voices of Opera: A Soulful Celebration
Voices of Opera: A Soulful Celebration
Zion Cathedral
312 Grand Ave
Freeport
516 378-3415

The Cedarmore Corporation presents “Voices of Opera”, a unique cultural experience featuring world class African-American opera artists - Audrey Dubois Harris, Robert Mack, Lucia Bradford Wiggins, Brandie Sutton, and Michael Preacely. Additionally, rising stars from several Long Island high schools will also deliver rousing operatic performances.  Post performance, the esteemed vocalists will interact with the audience at an intimate “Meet The Artists” Dessert Reception.

Tickets $30 Adults / $15 Students / Reception $10 additional. 

Saturday, October 4, 2014 at 7:00 PM
Zion Cathedral, 312 Grand Ave., Freeport, NY. 
www.Cedarmore.org; 
(516) 378-3415.

Sponsored by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature

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This is What We Fought For at Bay Street
This is What We Fought For at Bay Street
Bay Street
1 Bay Street
Sag Harbor
6318356503

On Saturday, October 4th the Joseph J. Theinert Memorial Fund is hosting veterans from the national nonprofit the Veteran Artist Program who are doing a monologue style performance sharing their personal stories surrounding the theme “This Is What We Fought For” at the Bay Street theater in Sag Harbor. Curtain is at 7:00pm.

Performance tickets are available to this one night only special event for $35. Performance tickets and post reception invitation with veteran participants are $65. Buy your ticket(s) now by visiting www.josephjtheinertmemorialfund.org

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Sunday, October 05, 2014
The Atlantic Wind Symphony: Band Selections Written by American Composers
The Atlantic Wind Symphony: Band Selections Written by American Composers
Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts
71 E. Main St
Patchogue
631-207-1313

3:00 PM
Tickets: $10-$25 adults/ $7-$15 seniors & students

The Atlantic Wind Symphony in partnership with the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts will present its “Pops in Patchogue” concert series program titled “Made in America” featuring band compositions written by American composers.  Selections on this performance include Alfred Reeds’ “El Camino Real,” “Symphonic Suite” by Clifton Williams and Frank Tichellis’ “Apollo Unleashed from Symphony No. 2.”  In addition, the concert will also feature a number of concert band favorites by American composers.

The Atlantic Wind Symphony is Long Islands’ oldest fully professional concert band featuring only Long Island musicians.  The Atlantic Wind Symphony made its’ Carnegie Hall debut on March 22, 1998, recently performed at the Islip Arts Councils’ “Play it Forward” concert at Heckscher Park on July 13, 2013, and at the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts’ “Sousa Salutes our Armed Forces” concert on November 10, 2013.  The Atlantic Wind Symphony programs are funded or partially funded by Suffolk County.  The Music Director is Joel Levy.  www.atlanticwinds.org

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Chris MacDonald’s Memories of Elvis in Concert
Chris MacDonald’s Memories of Elvis in Concert
Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts
71 E. Main St.
Patchogue
631-207-1313

7:30 PM
Tickets: $20–$50 + Fee. Available at www.patchoguetheatre.com, at the box office, or by phone 631-207-1313

“Only Tribute Artist Hired By Elvis Presley Enterprises to Perform at Graceland’s Heartbreak Hotel”

Chris MacDonald will pay tribute to an all-American legend in a truly dynamic multi-media performance complete with costumes and a high-energy concert band. The show will include production numbers with costume changes and performances of some of your favorite Elvis hits of the 1950’s, the Movies, the 1968 Comeback and the 1970’s White Fringe Vegas Concerts. 

With this newly updated production, the show will include costume changes and songs representing the different stages of Elvis’s incredible career including the 1950’s, the Movies, the 1968 Comeback and the 1970’s White Fringe Vegas Concerts, bringing the audience even closer to the memories of Elvis. It’s all a part of this loving tribute to the incredible story of the shy humble country boy who became the King of Rock-n-Roll. www.chriselvis.com

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Usdan Chess Challenge
Usdan Chess Challenge
Usdan Center for the Creative and Performing Arts
185 Colonial Springs Road

Wheatley Heights
631-643-7900

The 8th annual children’s Chess Challenge, for grades K-12.  Fees are $30 in advance, $40 on the day of event.  A USCF-rated event, directed by Usdan Chess instructors Brian Karen and Joel Salman.

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CM Performing Arts Centers Chinese Auction
CM Performing Arts Center
931 Montauk Highway
Oakdale
631-218-2810

CM Performing Arts Center Presents THE ANNUAL CHINESE AUCTION!

Join us Sunday, October 5th for our annual Chinese Auction.  Doors open for browsing at 2:00 PM, auction begins promptly at 3:30 PM. $15.00 Entrance ticket includes 15 auction tickets, Brunch finger foods and 1 Drink Coupon.  Enter our big ticket raffle for a stay at the famous OHEKA Castle, Winery tour or Theater Wine and Cheese Party for 20 people.  Enjoy live musical entertainment while you browse!  View beautiful jewelry brought to us by Nook & Cranny. Take your chance on over 200 baskets or gift certificates to win.  Tickets are available at the door only. For further information please call 631-218-2810 or visit www.cmpac.com.

WHO: The CM Performing Arts Center
DATE: October 5, 2014
TIME: 2:00 Browsing, 3:30 Auction
WHERE: CM Performing Arts Center, 218 Montauk Highway
Oakdale, NY 11769
PRICE: $15.00 Entrance Fee
Additional Raffles available

For more information or to order tickets please contact the Box Office at (631) 218-2810 or visit our website at www.cmpac.com.

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Ridotto Concert: The Romantic Piano Trio
Ridotto Concert: The Romantic Piano Trio
Huntington Jewish Center
510 Park Ave
Huntington
631 385 0373

Sunday, October 5 at 4 pm   The Romantic Piano Trio The Armenian Sima Piano Trio returns to Ridotto with two majestic works of the 19th Century.  Schubert’s Trio Op.99 and Dvorak’s exciting ‘Dumky’ Trio. Areta Zhulla –violin, Ani Kalayjian –cello and Sofya Melikian –piano.  “The Trio thrilled the audience with its artistry”

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LIVE MUSIC WITH DOUBLE PLAY
LIVE MUSIC WITH DOUBLE PLAY
Martha Clara Vineyards
6025 Sound Avenue
Riverhead
631-298-0075

An energetic acoustic soloist playing your favorite hits from the 60s through today.
When: 2-5pm
Rain or Shine!
FREE Admission Additional Cost for Food and Wine

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Faux Sho’
Faux Sho’
Islip Art Museum
50 Irish Lane
East Islip
(631)224-5402

Open October 5-December 28, 2014
Museum Open Thurs & Fri 10-4pm and Sat. & Sun. 12-4pm
Reception: November 9, from 1-4pm
Curated by Beth Giacummo
Free Admission

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Exploring the Feminine in Egg Tempera: Works by Chaltin Pagan
Exploring the Feminine in Egg Tempera: Works by Chaltin Pagan
Islip Art Museum
50 Irish Lane
East Islip
(631)224-5402

In support of emerging artists, the Islip Art Museum’s gift shop will feature a series of egg tempera paintings by Chaltin Pagan
Open October 5-December 28, 2014
Reception on November 9, from 1-4pm
Curated by Jay Schuck
Museum is open:Thurs and Fri. 10 – 4 pm
Sat. and Sun. 12- 4pm
Free Admission

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Brunch
Brunch
Ayhan's Shish-Kabob Restaurant
379 South Oyster Bay Road
Plainview
516-465-3953

The admission is $3 plus the cost of the brunch is to be determined at the event. All drinks are cash and carry. Separate checks will be given. Brunch at 1 PM RSVP by 10/3.

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CLASSIC CAR SHOW AND ADOPTION FAIR AT BIDEAWEE
CLASSIC CAR SHOW AND ADOPTION FAIR AT BIDEAWEE
Bideawee
118 Old Country Road
Westhampton
866-262-8133

Bideawee and NY AutoFest are hosting a Classic Car Show and Adoption Fair at the Adoption Center at Bideawee in Westhampton on Sunday, October 5th from 9am-4pm.  Hot Rods, Muscle Cars, Customs, Classics and Bideawee adoptable animals will all be on display at Bideawee’s 150 acre campus at 118 Old Country Road.  Enjoy the show and visit our Adoption Center where Bideawee experts will help find you the right pet to match your lifestyle.

The event is free for all spectators with food, music, vendors and activities for the entire family.  Well behaved pets are welcome.

The car show will be judged by attendees who will vote on their favorites in several categories.  For more information on the event or animals for adoption, please visit www.bideawee.org and www.nyautofest.com.

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Fall Festival at Sagtikos Manor
Fall Festival at Sagtikos Manor
Sagtikos Manor
Montauk Highway & Manor Lane
West Bay Shore
631-854-0939

Experience life from the 1700’s. Watch the 3rd NY Revolutionary Regiment performing maneuvers, learn about Colonial medicine and take a cemetery tour. Activities include crafts for children, old-fashioned games and other historic activities. Also on hand are Colonial demonstrations and exhibits, Old English Country dancing and puppet show. The Manor will be open for self-guided tours (opens at 12:00 pm). The Fall Festival is an event for the whole family. 11:00 am - 4:00 pm. All inclusive fee - $7.00 per person.

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Highway Clean up at Pulaski Road
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Highway Clean up at Pulaski Road



Huntington-Oyster Bay Audubon Society has adopted this one mile stretch of road in Huntington. If you have always dreamed of wearing a festive highway vest and are interested in helping us us keep this road clean please join us! After, take a stroll through Froelich Farm Preserve and top the morning off by stopping by Kerber’s Farm for one of their delicious signature egg sandwiches or a tasty piece of pie!  The clean up begins at 8am.

Directions: Meet at WPW Growers parking lot across from Wicks Farm: From the east, take Pulaski Road west passed Oakwood Road in Huntington. From the west, take Woodbury Road toward Huntington. When Woodbury Road veers to the left after the Cold Spring Harbor RR Station stay straight. That becomes Pulaski Road. WPW Growers is about 1/4 mile from there. Registration a must: 516-987-7136.

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Cedarmere Poetry Series
Cedarmere Poetry Series
Cedarmere
225 Bryant Avenue
Roslyn Harbor
800-763-7190

The Friends of Cedarmere host their Inaugural Poetry Event, Sunday, October 5, from 2-5 pm,
at the newly restored home of William Cullen Bryant.  Four celebrated Long Island poets read from their works, with a reception to follow.

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Gustafer Yellowgold’s “The Tooth Will Set You Free” Tour
Gustafer Yellowgold’s “The Tooth Will Set You Free” Tour
Cinema Arts Centre
423 Park Ave

Huntington
(631) 423-7611

Celebrate the 9/23 release of Gustafer’s brand new DVD/CD set: “Gustafer Yellowgold’s Wisdom Tooth Of Wisdom”

“The show is a cross between ‘Yellow Submarine’ and Dr. Seuss.” - The New York Times

An absurdly funny and touching multi-media concert of live songs, stories and animation, performed by award-winning illustrator/songwriter Morgan Taylor.

This live performance will feature new songs and videos from Gustafer Yellowgold’s Wisdom Tooth of Wisdom, along with plenty of fan favorites from the five previous Gustafer Yellowgold releases, as well as this year’s hit single, “Cakenstein.”

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Monday, October 06, 2014
What You Need to Know: Pooled Income Trusts and Homecare Medicaid
What You Need to Know: Pooled Income Trusts and Homecare Medicaid
Nancy Burner & Associates, P.C.
12 Research Way
E. Setauket
(631) 941-3434

Is your loved one on homecare Medicaid?

Did you know that Pooled Trusts can help preserve monthly income for living expenses and supplemental needs for those on Medicaid or receiving public benefits?

  When: Monday, October 6th at 5:30 PM
Where: Nancy Burner & Associates, P.C.
          12 Research Way, E. Setauket 11733

Join us for an important question and answer session!

RSVP with Michele at (631) 941-3434 or by e-mail at mbiggart@burnerlaw.com

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Tuesday, October 07, 2014
John Drew Theater Lab: Eastern Standard by Richard Greenberg
John Drew Theater Lab: Eastern Standard by Richard Greenberg
Guild Hall
158 Main Street
East Hampton
631-324-0806

7:30pm
John Drew Theater Lab (JDTLab) is a workshop devoted to fostering East End performing artists continues its fall season! Directed by Peter Connolly. Featuring Peter Connolly, Chloe Dirksen, Joanna Howard, Kate Mueth, Christian Scheider, and Tristan Vaughan. This marks Peter Connolly’s directorial debut, with an outstanding cast to tell this moving and celebrated play. Four Manhattan yuppies strike up a friendship in a chic uptown restaurant after a bag lady involves them in an altercation. A month later, the four self-involved Manhattanites, having fallen instantly in love with one another, converge in the Hamptons, hoping to alleviate their shaped sense of alienation and purposelessness with a misguided attempt at rehabilitating May, the bag lady who brought them all together.
FREE Admission!

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Felt Rescue Workshop with Justine Moody
Felt Rescue Workshop with Justine Moody
Gallery North
90 North Country road
Setauket
6317512676

Learn how to build a functional three dimensional form over a foam resist. Layer merino, silk, and mohair to create a decorative vessel. Feel free to bring in some of your favorite scraps of ribbon or yarns to felt into your piece.  This is a useful technique, once your master the concept of using a resist, you’ll be felting slippers, mittens, and bags in no time.

Skill level: Advanced Beginner

Local artisan Justine Moody, has had a passion for working with fibers and clay since the day she discovered handcrafting. She is a fine art graduate from Pratt Institute and for over 10 years, owned a bright and bustling studio that nurtured the creativity of others by introducing them to two of her favorite mediums. Over the past few years however, Justine has focused her work on the grounding techniques of traditional wet felting using natural fibers and hand dyed fabrics. Justine’s current work consists of both non-functional three-dimensional pieces as well as an ethereal collection of nuno felted wearable art pieces and tapestries.

Date: October 7
Time: 10am-1pm
Fee: $60
Materials fee:$18

For more information about this class or this teacher, or to sign up for this class please email education.gallerynorth@gmail.com or call 631-751-2676

Gallery North is open Tuesday – Saturday 10 – 5 and Sunday 12 – 5.

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Managing Homework for Kids with ADHD: Tips, Tools, Strategies… and Your Role
Managing Homework for Kids with ADHD: Tips, Tools, Strategies… and Your Role
PTS Coaching
900 Walt Whitman Road
Melville
5168020593

Workshop Series for Parents: Two 1 1/2 Hour Sessions: AM & PM Sessions

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Wednesday, October 08, 2014
Bridal Showcase
Bridal Showcase
Long Island Aquarium and Exhibition Center- Seastar Ballroom
431 East Main Street
Riverhead
631-574-8008

Meet with top event professionals demonstrating the latest in fashion, floral design, photography, entertainment, and so much more while you tour the spectacular Sea Star Ballroom, the unique Long Island Aquarium & Exhibition Center, the Hyatt Place East End & Resort Marina, and theWATERFRONT suite, our picturesque suite right on the water.

Price: $15.00 / person with reservation; $20.00 / person at door (Free for all previously booked events.)

Reservations required – call 631.574.8008, ext. 125.

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The Safe Center/An Evening at the Castle
The Safe Center/An Evening at the Castle
Oheka Castle

Huntington
516/465-4700

Annual Gala to benefit The Safe Center LI in Bethpage where they provide programs and services that better serve child and adult victims of abuse. Tickets $300, sponsorships available and Journal ads.  This years honoree is the law firm of Farrell Fritz and Susan and Leonard Feinstein.

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Reptiles and Amphibians of Long Island: with Russell Burke, Ph.D, presented by Huntington Oyster Bay
Reptiles and Amphibians of Long Island: with Russell Burke, Ph.D, presented by Huntington Oyster Bay
Cold Spring Harbor Library
95 Harbor Road (Route 25A)
Cold Spring Harbor

This discussion at 7pm will be an overview of the reptiles and amphibians of Long Island, and why this is a special place for these species. Long Island is the home of many interesting herps, some that are common elsewhere and others for whom Long Island is a very special place. Tonight’s discussion will emphasize several herp species: diamondback terrapins, Eastern box turtles, hognose snakes, Italian wall lizards, and tiger salamanders.
Dr. Burke is interested in the ecology, evolution, and conservation biology of many animals, but mostly turtles and lizards. Most of the species he studies are either introduced species or rare species, thus population control (either up or down) is important. Much of his field work takes place in the urban and suburban habitats of New York City and Long Island, so it is Urban Ecology. His major research projects involve diamondback terrapins at Jamaica Bay, wood turtles in northern New Jersey, wall lizards on Long Island, and the inter- play between Lyme disease, ticks, and their hosts. He earned a M.S. in Wildlife Ecology from University of Florida and a Ph.D. at the University of Michigan. His courses at Hofstra include Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, Conservation Biology, Urban Habitats, and Ecology of Wildlife Diseases.

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Thursday, October 09, 2014
Aida: Music by Giuseppe Verdi, Libretto by Salvatore Cammarano
Aida: Music by Giuseppe Verdi, Libretto by Salvatore Cammarano
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
55 Vanderbilt Parkway
Dix Hills
631-421-4530

Presented by Hofstra Professor James Kolb. Commissioned for the Cairo Opera House in Egypt, Aïda tells the story of a captive Ethiopian princess, Aïda, and her rivalry with Amneris, daughter of the King of Egypt. Constructed as a grand opera in the French style, Aïda contains passionate singing in arias, duets, and ensembles, a famous triumphal march and extensive dance sequences. Video excerpts will accompany this presentation. Registration begins September 2nd. Free

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Maurer Foundation’s Pink Diamond Gala
Maurer Foundation’s Pink Diamond Gala
The Carltun
Eisenhower Park
East Meadow
6315245151

Join us for an evening of fine dining, dancing and live music to honor Dr. Eva Chalas of Winthrop University Hospital and Mr. Thomas Poole and Mr. Shepard Poole of Hallen Construction.  Funds raised at this year’s Pink Diamond Gala will support the Long Island-based non-profit organization’s breast health education mission.  Sponsorships, tickets and journal ads are now available.

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The Maurer Foundation’s Pink Diamond Gala
The Maurer Foundation’s Pink Diamond Gala
The Carltun
1899 Hempstead Turnpike, Eisenhower Park
East Meadow
6315245151

Join us for an evening of fine dining, dancing, live music, silent auctions and more to honor Dr. Eva Chalas of Winthrop University Hospital, and Mr. Tom Poole and Mr. Shep Poole of Hallen Construction.
 
The evening’s proceeds will benefit The Maurer Foundation’s free breast health programs provided to Long Island’s high schools, community groups and businesses.  These programs teach the importance of early detection and how to reduce your risk for breast cancer.

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Friday, October 10, 2014
Microphone Madness Music Event
Microphone Madness Music Event
Headliner Bar and Grill
370 W Old Country Rd
Hicksville
5162449176

Come down and grab some drinks at Headliner bar as two amazing musicians perform live. 
Fancy Cat
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Kyle Royce ll
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11pm-2am
21+ please

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory 2014 Cultural Series Presents Pianist Einav Yarden
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory 2014 Cultural Series Presents Pianist Einav Yarden
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Grace Auditorium
One Bungtown Road
Cold Spring Harbor
516-367-8455

What: Piano concert
Who:  Einav Yarden
Pianist Einav Yarden is praised for her “exceptionally vivid articulation…inquisitive narrative flow” (General Anzeiger, Germany), and her “glistening rapture…ingenious humor” (Tagesspiegel, Germany). In 2005 she completed four years of study with the renowned pianist Leon Fleisher at the Peabody Conservatory (Johns Hopkins University), earning with high honors a Masters of Music and a Graduate Performance Diploma. Prior to that she received a Bachelors of Music from the Rubin Music Academy of the Tel Aviv University under the instruction of Prof. Emanuel Krasovsky, and her early education was with Hadassa Gonen. Other piano guidance includes that of the eminent Georgian pianist Elisso Virsaladze, Richard Goode, and that of Prof. Zvi Meniker (on historical fortepianos, a passion she pursues also today).

Where: Grace Auditorium, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, One Bungtown Road, Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724
When:  Friday, October 10 at 6:00 pm
Reservations: Individual tickets will be sold at the door in Grace Auditorium for $20. Please call 516-367-8455 to reserve seats.
More Information:  Please click here or call CSHL Public Affairs Department at 516-367-8455.

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Saturday, October 11, 2014
Blood Sweat and Tears Featuring Bo Bice
Blood Sweat and Tears Featuring Bo Bice
Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts
71 E. Main St
Patchogue
631-207-1313

8:00 PM
$38-$68 + fee

With World Class vocals, musicianship, & a multitude of solid gold hits, BLOOD SWEAT & TEARS is at the top of their game. Vocal dynamo & pop phenomenon Bo Bice (as seen on American Idol) fronts the band with a self-assured voice & good looks.

They are the band that fused rock, blues, pop music, horn arrangements and jazz improvisation into a hybrid that came to be known as “jazz-rock”. Bobby Columby, original founder & drummer of BS&T, has fielded a team of the best contemporary musicians to create an all-star powerhouse of a band. 

Multiple Billboard Top 40 hits performed by BS&T include: “YOU’VE MADE ME SO VERY HAPPY,” “SPINNING WHEEL,” “WHEN I DIE,” “HI-DE-HO,” “LUCRETIA MAC EVIL,” “GO DOWN GAMBLIN’,” “GOD BLESS THE CHILD,” and many more! www.bloodsweatandtears.com

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Jeffrey Allen Price: Oxidations and Configurations
Jeffrey Allen Price: Oxidations and Configurations
Alfred Van Loen Gallery
South Huntington Library
145 Pidgeon Hill Rd.
Huntington Station
631. 549 4411

October 6 to November 5, 2014.

For nearly 20 years Price has been constructing his Absorption Modules and Rustagrams behind his studio in what appears to look like garden beds.  He uses discarded objects and exposes them to a process he developed that uses oxidation and disintegration to create patterns on paper.

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The Art of the Multiple: Printmaking with Gina Altadonna
The Art of the Multiple: Printmaking with Gina Altadonna
Gallery North
90 North Country Road
Setauket
631-751-2676

During this exciting, two-day workshop, students will be introduced to the various techniques of block printing.  After viewing an instructor-led demonstration, students will develop and design a theme for their cards.  Holiday and thank you cards are suggested, but not required.

Upon completion of the design stage, students will begin the process of carving their own linoleum block stamp.  During the final step of the process, students will be taught how to print their stamps, finishing their beautiful, personalized cards.

Gina Altadonna was raised in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and received her BFA in drawing and painting from The Pennsylvania State University in 2010. Most recently she received her MFA in Studio Art from Stony Brook University as a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Honors Society. Gina has been featured in solo and group shows in Florida, Pennsylvania and New York. She is currently the Instructor of Record of the Introduction to Printmaking Course at Stony Brook University.

Date: October 11
Time: 12:30am-4:30pm
Fee: $80

For more information about this class or this teacher, or to sign up for this class please email education.gallerynorth@gmail.com or call 631-751-2676
Gallery North is open Tuesday – Saturday 10 – 5 and Sunday 12 – 5.

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DogFest Walk ‘n Roll Benefiting Canine Companions for Independence
DogFest Walk ‘n Roll Benefiting Canine Companions for Independence
Marjorie Post Park
451 Merrick Road
Massapequa
631-561-0200

Grab a leash and be part of Canine Companions DogFest Walk ‘n Roll! It’s a community dog walk that supports the mission of Canine Companions for Independence. Register just yourself, or put together a group of friends, family members or coworkers and walk as a team.

Then fundraise. Your fundraising efforts will transform the lives of people with disabilities and earn you an awesome DogFest Walk ‘n Roll prize. Register today, you’re sure to have a tail-waggin’ good time!

DogFest Walk ‘n Roll Long Island will take place Saturday, October 11, 2014, 11 - 3PM, at Marjorie Post Park, 451 Merrick Rd, Massapequa, NY 11758.

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LIVE MUSIC WITH ED TRAVERS AND TOM MAXWELL
LIVE MUSIC WITH ED TRAVERS AND TOM MAXWELL
Martha Clara Vineyards
6025 Sound Avenue
Riverhead
631-298-0075

Ed Travers and Tom Maxwell of the Ed Travers Band, Long Island’s premiere Jimmy Buffett Band have been entertaining people for over 30 years. They are known for their wide variety of musical taste, performing hits from the 60’s through today including, but not limited to hits by Jimmy Buffett.
When: 1-5pm
Rain or Shine!
FREE Admission Additional Cost for Food and Wine

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Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra
Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra
Carnegie Hall
881 7th Ave
New York
631-626-4458

Sat. Oct. 11: 1pm &  7pm

The SYSO presents a performance combining the exquisite beauty of Chinese melodies with the grandeur of the Western symphony orchestra.
Alongside classical Western instruments like brass, woodwinds, and strings, it blends in traditional Chinese instruments such as the two-stringed erhu, the plucked pipa, and ancient percussion. Its program features all-original music from the world-famous Shen Yun production, masterpieces by Beethoven and Tchaikovsky, instrumental soloists, and SY singers.

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Hope on the Hill - Flea & Farmers Market | Chili Contest | BBQ CookOff | Car
Hope on the Hill - Flea & Farmers Market | Chili Contest | BBQ CookOff | Car
Pennysaver Amphitheater
1 Ski Run Lane
Farmingville
631-698-8400

Car buffs, barbecue lovers and bargain shoppers will all have a good reason to come to the Pennysaver Amphitheater on Oct. 11 and 12 for a huge weekend of events that will benefit Long Island breast cancer coalitions.

On Saturday, Oct. 11, Long Island’s largest flea and farmers market takes place in the amphitheater parking lot. Shoppers can scout for vintage finds and vendors wanting to take their yard sales up a notch can bring their items to sell during this day long event. Also taking place will be a chili cook-off, where the crowd will name a winner and bestow them with the People’s Choice Award. Events run from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Long Island Cares will be on hand to collect canned and non-perishable food donations. Admission and parking are free. This is a rain or shine event.

On Sunday, Oct. 12, from 10 a.m. -5 p.m., a judged car show will take place along with our first annual barbecue cook-off competition. Hard core grillers will heat up the afternoon as they compete for prizes in this judged competition. Long Island’s hottest rides will be on display during the Hope on the Hill Car Show. There is a fee for parking.

A portion of the proceeds from this event will be donated to Long Island breast cancer coalitions in honor of breast cancer awareness month.

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8th Annual Long Island VisionWalk
8th Annual Long Island VisionWalk
Jones Beach State Park - Field 5
1000 Ocean Parkway
Wantagh
2122441470

On October 11th, the Foundation Fighting Blindness (FFB) will celebrate its 8th Annual Long Island VisionWalk at Jones Beach State Park in Wantagh, New York. The event is the Foundation’s signature walkathon fundraiser that has raised more than $32 million since its inception in 2006.

Over 500 participants are expected to attend the VisionWalk and will feature fun activities, refreshments, music, inspiring speeches and many more. Your support is critical to not only the Walk but to but to also help those affected with retinal degenerative diseases.

The Foundation’s name says it all—a national non-profit organization on a steadfast mission to fight blindness. Specifically, FFB funds the research that is making possible treatments and cures for retinal diseases that affect more than 10 million people in the United States and millions more around the globe. These conditions cause people of all ages, from newborns to retirees, to lose their sight and, in many cases, go completely blind. As most are inherited, these diseases are passed down within families, from generation to generation.

Thanks to the Foundation’s leadership, innovation and singular focus on eradicating blindness, the future for patients living retinal diseases is bright. Over the last four decades, the Foundation has raised more than half a billion dollars toward its mission, and is funding truly cutting-edge research in a number of promising areas, including gene therapy, stem cells and drug development. In ongoing clinical trials, Foundation-funded scientists are actually restoring sight for people with a rare disease that causes blindness in children. It is this success we are working to replicate for all vision-robbing diseases.

Come and show your support on October 11th!

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8th Annual CAI Long Island Trade Show
8th Annual CAI Long Island Trade Show
Hilton- Long Island Melville
598 Broad Hollow Road
Melville
631-82-8683

Educational Classes & 40+ Exhibitors For Co-op, Condo and HOA Board Members
Free Admission for Community Board Members and Long Island Chapter Members
Are You A Board Member of a Co-op, Condo or HOA?
Then you won’t want to miss this show!

Board members and residents will find this educational event to be a valuable tool in finding service providers, meeting other Board Members and learning useful information regarding all practical matters of community association living.

Community Associations Institute (CAI) provides education, tools and resources to people who govern and manage homeowners associations, condominiums and co-ops. Our mission is to help you make your community a better – even preferred – place to call home. CAI is dedicated to fostering vibrant, competent, harmonious community associations.

Don’t miss this opportunity to attend the 2014 Trade Show – it’s a great way for your community to gain valuable knowledge on important issues!

Free admission for Community Board members and Long Island Chapter members.

To pre-register for this event or to obtain more information, please contact us: call us at 631.882.8683, send an email to info@cai-li.org or visit our website at www.cai-li.org.

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Plant & Sing!
Plant & Sing!
Sylvester Manor
80 North Ferry Road

Shelter Island
(631) 749-0626

Plant & Sing, a festival of bluegrass and traditional American music celebrating local food and community, returns to historic Sylvester Manor on Shelter Island on Saturday, October 11.

Musical headliners Martha Wainwright and Lucy Wainwright Roche will be joined by The Deadly Gentleman and other five other critically acclaimed bands, plus a collection of nationally recognized food writers, poets and thinkers.

Plant & Sing is the harvest festival made new, celebrating the culture of food: growing, eating, writing and singing. People gather to plant garlic and harvest fall crops in the morning and enjoy world-class bluegrass and traditional American music in the afternoon. As many as 1,000 attendees will savor locally produced libations and food while kicking back to amazing music as the sun sets over Gardiner’s Creek. The evening is capped off with a creekside contra dance. 

For more details and to purchase tickets visit plantandsing.com.

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LaughNYC PRESENTS: NOW YOU CAN HAVE FUN IN LIFE…Wine and COMEDY Show!
LaughNYC PRESENTS: NOW YOU CAN HAVE FUN IN LIFE…Wine and COMEDY Show!
Castello Di Borghese Vineyard & Winery
17150 County Route 48.
Cutchogue, NY
631-471-6335

HEADLINER: Vicky Kuperman!
“One of 12 new comedians to watch” The Huffington Post
She has been featured on The Maxim Comedy Showcase,
NickMom TV, Sirius Satellite Radio & Comcast.

Plus! Direct from the NY comedy scene!
Miguel Dalmau, Ray Marshall & Paul Corrigan
   
Come…have some wine by the glass or bottle!
LEAVE THE KIDS AT HOME -ADULT’S ONLY!!

WHERE: Castello Di Borghese Vineyard & Winery
17150 County Route 48.  Cutchogue, NY 11935
WHEN : Oct 11 2014 @ 8:00pm | Doors open at 7:00pm
Tickets and info: http://www.borghese.eventbrite.com
Cost: $15.00 online / $20.00 at the door*

Seating is limited.  Tickets guarantee seats!  Get them online!
*Tickets do not include any food or drink. All ticket sales are final.
For Info 631-471-6335

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Westhampton Beach Oyster Festival
Westhampton Beach Oyster Festival
Westhampton Beach Village Marina
One Library Avenue Extension
Westhampton Beach
631-905-4869

The Westhampton Beach Kiwanis Oyster Festival will be on Saturday, October 11 from 10AM to 6PM at the Westhampton Beach Village Marina. Rain date is Sunday, October 12.

The fun includes live entertainment, chowder contest, pumpkin painting, bounce houses, slides, and obstacle courses, along with great food, drinks, and craft beer.

Our Schedule of Events:
11:00 Jester Jim
12:00 The rock band Yankee Rebel
12:00-2:00 Chowder Contest
12:30 Pirate Show
2:30 Pirate Show
3:30 The band Dune Local

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Outdoor Craft & Gift Show Fundraiser
Outdoor Craft & Gift Show Fundraiser
American Legion Post 155
115 Church Street
Lake Ronkonkoma
516-209-7386

Outdoor Craft & Gift Show Fundraiser
Saturday, October 11, 2014
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Craft & Gift Vendors / Food / Raffles / Prizes

FREE ADMISSION!

Event will be held rain or shine.

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Sunday, October 12, 2014
LIVE MUSIC WITH THE VINE BROTHERS
LIVE MUSIC WITH THE VINE BROTHERS
Martha Clara Vineyards
6025 Sound Avenue
Riverhead
631-298-0075

The Vine Brothers are a unique trio of blues, folk and gypsy jazz… straight off the vine!
When: 2-5pm
Rain or Shine!
FREE Admission Additional Cost for Food and Wine

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The Lustgarten Foundation’s 14th annual Long Island Pancreatic Cancer Research Walk
The Lustgarten Foundation’s 14th annual Long Island Pancreatic Cancer Research Walk
Jones Beach State Park - Field 5
1000 Ocean Parkway
Wantagh
516-803-2304

On Sunday, October 12, thousands of local participants will join together for The Lustgarten Foundation’s 14th annual Long Island Pancreatic Cancer Research Walk, which will be held at Jones Beach in Wantagh, Long Island. Walkers can participate in a one- or three-mile walk along Jones Beach’s scenic boardwalk.

The annual Long Island walk has grown to nearly 8,000 participants and raised $10.6 million for pancreatic cancer research. Due to Cablevision’s support of The Lustgarten Foundation, 100 percent of every dollar raised goes directly to research aimed at early detection, more effective treatments, and ultimately, a cure for the nation’s most lethal cancer.

Visit www.curePC.org for more information and to register.

Pre-Registration Fee: $50
Walk-in Registration Fee: $60

Registration Begins: 8:00 AM
Walk Begins: 9:30 AM

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Sound Healing with Paradiso & Rasamayi
Sound Healing with Paradiso & Rasamayi
St. Johns Episcopal Church
100 South Main St.
Southampton
6312877664

Join Rasamayi & Paradiso for a sound healing.
Having found that Sound is a universal, fundamental and profoundly powerful energy healing tool, Online Sound Healing will assist the transformation of the world with Sacred Sound frequencies. We offer healing vibrations to anyone with internet access! Together, we will transform the world – one song, one download at a time – manifesting a more peaceful and loving planetary culture, and raising consciousness to further improve the condition of Earth and all of her inhabitants.
The impetus behind OnlineSoundHealing.com is 5th Element Music, an independent best-selling, critically acclaimed and multiple award-winning recording studio and label. It is privately owned and operated by Paradisoand Rasamayi, internationally renowned sound healers, worldwide ambassadors of sacred sound whose mission is to help shift the vibration of the planet through this music.
5th Element Music’s “3rd Eye Rising” has won the Independent Music Award for Best New Age Album of the year, and was in the top 3 of World music albums (Coalition of Visionary Resources) and Meditation/Relaxation Albums (Zone Music reporter). “Himalayan Chakra Healing” won a COVR award for“Best World Music” in 2011. “3rd Eye Rising” was also in the ZMR 2011 Top 20 for international radio airplay out of over 2300 albums in the World, Ambient and New Age music genres. 5thElement Music has collaborated with luminaries including Steven Halpern and Dr. Masaru Emoto, and its musicians have been featured in events with Michael Bernard Beckwith and Neale Donald Walsch as well as performing at the illustrious Carnegie Hall.

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Monday, October 13, 2014
VINES & CANINES EDUCATIONAL VINEYARD WALK
VINES & CANINES EDUCATIONAL VINEYARD WALK
Martha Clara Vineyards
6025 Sound Avenue
Riverhead
631-298-0075

Bring your dog down for an educational walk through the vineyard! A donation of a non-perishable dog or cat food item is required and will be donated to local shelters.
Time: 10am

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The Fantastic and Fabulous Fox - Story Time, Craft and Outdoor Ramble for Kids
The Fantastic and Fabulous Fox - Story Time, Craft and Outdoor Ramble for Kids
Bailey Arboretum
631-903-5556
Lattingtown
631-903-5556

Please join Huntington-Oyster Bay Audubon Society as we read from the book “FOX” by Kate Banks. Through this book, we will journey deep into the woods and accompany a baby fox who will grow up before our very eyes, and head out into the forest on his own. After the story we will turn crafty, and create paper bag fox puppets. While the glue is drying, we will wander outside (remember to bring clothes that are weather appropriate!) to enjoy the crisp fall air and see what we shall see.

Group size limited to 20. For ages three to six. No unregistered siblings please. Registration is an absolute must: 631-903-5556

Directions: Long Island Expressway to Exit 41 North or Northern State Park- way to Exit 35 North. Proceed north on Route 106 towards Oyster Bay. Make  left onto Northern Boulevard/Route 25A (west). By the police booth, make a  right onto Wolver Hollow Road. Take to Chicken Valley Road, make a right. Continue on to Oyster Bay Road. At Bayville Road (Barney’s restaurant is on  corner) make a right. Continue until you reach Bailey Arboretum and turn in.  Meet near the front entrance gate.

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Tuesday, October 14, 2014
North Fork Chamber of Commerce 8th Annual Columbus Day Golf Outing
North Fork Chamber of Commerce 8th Annual Columbus Day Golf Outing
ISLAND's END GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB
Main Road, Greenport

631-765-3161

North Fork Chamber of Commerce 8th Annual Columbus Day Golf Outing Will be held Tuesday, October 14, 2014
11:30 AM
ISLAND’s END GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB
Main Road, Greenport
18 Holes Golf, Lunch, Beverage Cart,
Dinner, & Chance to win $15,000 CASH !
Raffles, Prizes & Contests throughout the day.
Please call Terry Walker 631-765-3161
OR.  info@northforkchamber.org

Crime Prevention Workshop
Crime Prevention Workshop
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
55 Vanderbilt Parkway
Dix Hills
631-421-4530

Presented by Marc Fraiman, ADT. Learn some easy ways to protect your home and family without having to invest in an expensive alarm system. Free registration is underway.

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Estate Planning and Medicaid Basics Breakfast Seminar
Estate Planning and Medicaid Basics Breakfast Seminar
Lake Grove Diner
2211 Nesconset Highway
Lake Grove
(631) 941-3434

Let us answer your Elder Law questions while you enjoy breakfast!

Please join us for breakfast and an informative discussion on Estate Planning and Medicaid Basics.

Seating is limited so please RSVP with Michele at
(631) 941-3434 or by e-mail at mbiggart@burnerlaw.com

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Self-Defense Workshop
Self-Defense Workshop
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
510 Sweet Hollow Road
Melville
631-421-4535

Learn practical and easy-to-use self-defense techniques to protect yourself. Wear comfortable workout clothes as there is a “learn by doing” component to the workshop. Participants must be 13 years or older. Free registration is underway.

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Brain Fitness
Brain Fitness
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
55 Vanderbilt Parkway
Dix Hills
631-421-4530

Presented by Darlene M. Jyringi, MPS, Stony Brook University. Learn tips, brain exercises and games to improve memory and boost brain power. Free registration is underway.

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Feature Film
Feature Film
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
55 Vanderbilt Parkway
Dix Hills
631-421-4530

Wednesday, 10-15-2014, 2:00PM - 3:45PM
Heaven is for Real (2014) Rated PG-13. 99 min.

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Crafts + Courses: A Beer Pairing Dinner
Crafts + Courses: A Beer Pairing Dinner
Desmond's Restaurant & Pub
5720 Route 25A
Wading River
631.846.2335

Come enjoy four courses of delicious fall foods and learn why we are pairing them with a variety of Long Island Craft Beers. It’ll be a North Forkin’ good time!
Price: $55.00 / Person 21+ (Space is limited)
Reservations required – call 631.846.2335.

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Italian Reader’s Book Discussion
Italian Reader’s Book Discussion
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
55 Vanderbilt Parkway
Dix Hills
631-421-4530

Come and spend an afternoon reading and discussing books in Italian. For intermediate and advanced readers of Italian. Call (631) 498-1229 for details. Wednesday, 09-17-2014, 1:00PM - 3:00PM

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Thursday, October 16, 2014
Migraines and Other Headaches
Migraines and Other Headaches
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
55 Vanderbilt Parkway
Dix Hills
631-421-4530

Thursday, 10-16-2014, 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Dr. Warren Spinner, DO, Neurologist, Stony Brook University Neuroscience Institute. If having the worst headache of your life is a recurring complaint, don’t shrug it off. It could be a migraine. What exactly is a migraine and why do they occur? Learn the differences between a migraine, a cluster headache and a tension headache. Learn what triggers these types of headaches and what treatment options are available. Free registration is underway.

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Mid-Morning Book Break
Mid-Morning Book Break
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
55 Vanderbilt Parkway
Dix Hills
631-421-4530

Behind the Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity by Katherine Boo. 11:00AM-1:00PM. Leader: Helen Harris, Educator

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rise
rise
Old Westbury Gardens
71 Old Westbury Rd
Westbury
1 (516) 252-3392

Lighting up the night this October in Old Westbury, New York is a unique all-ages nighttime Halloween extravaganza – The RISE of the Jack O’Lanterns.  More than 5,000 hand-carved jack o’lanterns created by professional artists and sculptors are arranged in artful displays throughout a scenic trail within Old Westbury Gardens. Set against a backdrop of a treasured historic mansion, spectators are invited to discover intricately carved images of favorite celebrities and sports figures as well as other large-scale displays based on popular themes. The entire family-friendly stroll through the grounds is sure to be a lasting annual family tradition .Tickets are available for advance purchase only at www.therise.org.  Ticket prices vary from $18-28 depending on date and time. Discounts are available for kids 3-17 years of age and seniors 65 and older. Kids under 2 get in for free. The event is held from October 16 through November 2, 2014 during varying evening hours ranging from 5:30pm – 10:30pm.  The RISE is a rain or shine event. Parking is available for free and refreshments and merchandise are available as well on site. The surface of the trail is stroller and wheelchair accessible.

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Friday, October 17, 2014
Luncheon Book Discussion
Luncheon Book Discussion
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
510 Sweet Hollow Road
Melville
631-421-4535

Me Before You by Jojo Moyes. 12:00PM-1:30PM.
Leader: Charlene Muhr, Branch Librarian

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Luncheon Book Discussion
Luncheon Book Discussion
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
510 Sweet Hollow Road
Melville
631-421-4535

Me Before You by Jojo Moyes
12:00 PM -  1:30 PM
Leader: Charlene Muhr, Branch Librarian

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Saturday, October 18, 2014
Bethany Annual Fall Fair
Bethany Annual Fall Fair
Bethany Presbyterian Church
425 Maplewood Road
Huntington Station
631-423-2467

ANNUAL FALL FAIR Craft Vendors, White Elephant, Yard Sale, Food, Entertainment and More.  Vendors contact Suzanne Idise at suzanne.idise@gmail.com or 631-423-2467 for more info.

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Taking it to the Street
Taking it to the Street
Studio 5404 Art space
5404 Merrick Road
Massapequa
631 748-4196

Studio 5404 Art Space will host an opening reception for the art show “Taking it to the Street” on Saturday, October 18th, 2014, 4:00 – 7:30 pm.  The show, which runs through November 24th, 2014, and will feature new works by emerging and up-and-coming local and New York artists. Presenting Long Island’s new Outdoor Art Wall graffiti artist by Sonic Bad, Panic Rodriguez and Crazy Eddie along with gallery artists, Holly Gordon, Elyse Drake, Jill Rader-Levine, Mark Rooney,  Rene Frassola, and Toni Silber- Delerive.  According to Studio 5404 Director Lori Horowitz,

“Taking it to the Street” is a vibrant celebration of our urban surroundings.  During the opening reception, original music will be performed by songwriters , “Kb Jones Contraband” and “A Side of Darkness”. Poetry readings by Waifette and Adam Brier. There will be an outdoor Artisan Market with local Long Island goods.  Refreshments will be served.  Suggested donation $10.00; proceeds will go toward raising awareness and strengthening the arts in the community by creating a thriving cultural inter- arts center.

Studio 5404 Art Space is located at, 5404 Merrick Road in Massapequa, NY.  For additional info. call 631-748-4196, visit Studio 5404 on Facebook, email Studio5404artspace@gmail.com, visit http://environvisiondesigns.webs.com/currentexhibit.

Studio 5404 is an Art Space established in June 2013 by owner and director Lori Horowitz.  a not-for-profit 501( c) 3 organization. Studio 5404 provides under-represented and emerging artists with the opportunity to show, learn and share their art with the public.  The mission of the gallery is to enrich the South Shore communities of Nassau and Suffolk Counties of Long Island, NY, by promoting cultural arts in all forms that include painting, sculpture, music, film, poetry and performing art.  Lectures, educational seminars, showcases and round tables will be offered to the benefit the community. The gallery’s goal is to create a thriving artists’ space to share and explore artistic expression, ideas and creativity.

For information about Studio 5404 Art Space, call 631.748.4196,
e-mail: Studio5404artspace@gmail.com,  or visit http://studio5404artspace.webs.com.

Studio 5404 Art Space –“Taking it to the Street” is an 2014 Arts Alive LI Arts Month event.  A month-long celebration of the many cultural and entertainment attractions Long Island has to offer, 

Visit the Arts Alive LI website www.artsaliveli.org for a complete list of events. 

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LIVE MUSIC WITH QUARTER HORSE
LIVE MUSIC WITH QUARTER HORSE
Martha Clara Vineyards
6025 Sound Avenue
Riverhead
631-298-0075

Quarter Horse is an Americana Band with rock, folk, alternative, country, blues, and jazz influence. They are known for three part vocal harmonies, tandem lead guitar and improvisation.
When: 1-4pm
Rain or Shine!
FREE ADMISSION Additional Cost for Food and Wine

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The Met: Live in HD – Mozart’s LE NOZZE DI FIGARO (THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO)
The Met: Live in HD – Mozart’s LE NOZZE DI FIGARO (THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO)
Guild Hall
158 Main Street
East Hampton
631-324-0806

The Met: Live in HD 2014-15 Season kicks off with Met Music Director James Levine conducting a spirited new production of Mozart’s masterpiece The Marriage of Figaro. Director Richard Eyre sets the action of this classic domestic comedy in a 19th-century manor house in Seville, but during the gilded age of the late 1920s. Dashing bass-baritone Ildar Abdrazakov leads the cast in the title role of the clever servant, opposite Marlis Petersen as his bride, Susanna, Peter Mattei as the philandering Count they work for, Amanda Majeski as the long-suffering Countess, and Isabel Leonard as the libidinous pageboy Cherubino.
$22 General Admission / $20 Members / $15 Students
Tickets online at GuildHall.org or at Box Office 3 hours prior to curtain; theatermania.com; or 1.866.811.4111.

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Make Your Own T-Shirt: Introduction to silk screen with Gina Altadonna
Make Your Own T-Shirt: Introduction to silk screen with Gina Altadonna
Gallery North
90 North Country Road
Setauket
6317512676

Introduction to silk screen is an exciting glance at the world of screen printing. Students will be given the tools and knowledge needed to create colorful hand-printed images on paper and T-shirts. All the materials are reusable, nontoxic and can be done at home. This class will provide each person with the steps needed to complete the screen printing process as well as their own hand-made T-shirts!

This workshop is suitable for both kids and teens.

Gina Altadonna was raised in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and received her BFA in drawing and painting from The Pennsylvania State University in 2010. Most recently she received her MFA in Studio Art from Stony Brook University as a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Honors Society. Gina has been featured in solo and group shows in Florida, Pennsylvania and New York. She is currently the Instructor of Record of the Introduction to Printmaking Course at Stony Brook University.

Date: October 18
Time: 12:30pm-4:30pm
Fee: $80
Materials fee: $20

For more information about this class or this teacher, or to sign up for this class please email education.gallerynorth@gmail.com or call 631-751-2676
Gallery North is open Tuesday – Saturday 10 – 5 and Sunday 12 – 5.

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Women’s Conference & Expo
Women’s Conference & Expo
Brookhaven Town Hall
One Independence Hill
Farmingville, NY
631-698-2074

The Town of Brookhaven is hosting their annual Women’s Conference & Expo on Saturday, October 18, 2014 between 8:30 am and 3:00 pm. Workshops include: “Benefits of Healthy Eating”, “Making Extra Money”, “Stress & Time Management”, and “Spirituality”.  Vendors are needed! $75 per table.  $20 for Brookhaven residents/$30 for non-residents. Includes Continental Breakfast and Lunch.  To register online go to: www.brookhaven.org or make checks out to Town of Brookhaven.  For more information please call (631) 698-2074.

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An intimate evening of Song & Sufi Kirtan with HuDost and special guest Elizabeth and the Catapult
An intimate evening of Song & Sufi Kirtan with HuDost and special guest Elizabeth and the Catapult
St. Johns Episcopal Church
100 South Main St.
Southampton
6312877664

An intimate evening of Song & Sufi Kirtan with HuDost and special guest Elizabeth and the Catapult
Saturday October 18, 2014 7:30pm
The music of HuDost, the Neo Folk World Rock Ensemble from Montreal weaves a seamless tapestry of sound that renders tears and laughter in listeners, cultivating that nameless longing that abides somewhere in all our hearts.

Their new 2013 acoustic album ’4th Way Folk’ has just been released as of April 02nd. You can find out more and listen athttp://hudost.bandcamp.com/
Their 2010 EP, ‘Waking the Skeleton Key’, contains the first songs written by lead singer Moksha Sommer since she underwent brain surgery to have a tumor removed which impacted her language abilities. Music was her primary tool in regaining what was lost and growing as a musician/lyricist. Both her resilience and the fragility of life come through in these songs. The EP also contains remixes of tracks from their last album ‘Trapeze’, produced by Grammy Winner Malcolm Burn (Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Peter Gabriel). The EP was mixed by Grammy Winner Oz Fritz (Tom Waits, Bill Laswell, Primus).

Having toured the US, Canada, and Europe constantly since April 2006, some of their shows include performances at Bonnaroo, Alex Grey’s CoSM in NYC, the Salvador Dali Museum, Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival, FloydFest, The Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, headlining SE NPR’s World Fusion Fest, WMNF’s Tropical Heat Wave Festival, The Levitt Pavilions, WoodSongs at the Kentucky Theater (on PBS), Nashville’s Bluebird Café, Music City Roots, and Tim Robbins’ WTF?! Fest. HuDost has also opened for Ani Difranco, Joan Osborne, Snatam Kaur, California Guitar Trio, and Bell Orchestre and has worked with Omar Faruk Tekbilek, Neko Case, Jim Lauderdale & Mercan Dede.

HuDost functions as a duo (with the core musicians Moksha Sommer and Jemal Wade Hines) or as a band, incorporating musicians of varying sensibilities and backgrounds, and often including performance art and dance in their shows. As a duo their instrumentation includes vocals, harmonium (Indian Pump-Organ), Shahi Baaja (Electric Indian Auto-Harp), guitars, Bazouki, Dulcinet, percussion, and a slew of sonic ambient effects. Their music is a rich, eclectic blending of Pop and Rock with traditional Sufi music, Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian and Balkan folk music, Farsi, Turkish, Arabic, and Folk. Their sound crosses all borders and barriers, taking the listener on a journey they will never forget..

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Walk for Alzheimer’s
Walk for Alzheimer’s
Village Green
Village Green
Westhampton Beach
(631) 941-3434

Nancy Burner & Associates, P.C. is proud to host its 3rd Annual Walk For Alzheimer’s on Saturday, October 18th at 8:15 AM at Village Green, Westhampton Beach.

Join us for a day of fall fun and awareness! Get involved by:
- Starting a team
- Making a donation
- Volunteering for school community service hours

For more information, visit http://www.adrcinc.org/Campaigns/ParticipantPublicLandingPage.asp?CID=1034 or contact Michele Biggart at (631) 941-3434 or bye-mail at mbiggart@burnerlaw.com

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Invasive English Ivy Pull at Shu Swamp
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Invasive English Ivy Pull at Shu Swamp
Shu Swamp Preserve


Please join Huntington-Oyster Bay Audobon Society in helping to restore one of the finest preserves on Long Island. Come to the swamp for this fun and worthwhile effort. Snacks will be provided to the volunteers. Bring garden gloves if you have them; wear clothes and shoes you don’t mind getting muddy.
Directions: From Route 25A in East Norwich, take Route 106 north to Oyster Bay. Make left on to Lexington Ave then another left on to West Main Street. At the Mill Pond (on the left), bear to the right as if to go to Bayville. At first traffic light (water will be on your right) make a left onto Cleft Road. Take Cleft Road to Frost Mill Road, make a left. (If you wind up on the causeway going over Beaver Dam, you have gone too far.) Shu Swamp will be on your right after you go under the train trestle. 
Registration a must: 631-219-4795.

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The Furuya Sisters Concert Series Inaugural Concert
The Furuya Sisters Concert Series Inaugural Concert
Faust Harrison Pianos Long Island Showroom
277 Walt Whitman Rd. (Rt 110)
Huntington Station, NY
914-200-3622

Saturday, 10/18 at 6:30 PM

The three acclaimed Furuya Sisters – all Juilliard graduates – perform Piano Trios by Mozart, Kreisler, and Mendelssohn.

Come listen to the Furuya Sisters’ relaxing, soothing, and joyful performances of beautiful classical music!  The Furuya Sisters Concert Series opens this October 2014 in Long Island at Faust Harrison Pianos Long Island Showroom in Huntington Station, NY!  The exciting inaugural Fall 2014 season features concerts in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.  The Furuya Sisters’ concert at Nyack Library Carnegie Room will be livestreamed nationally and internationally!

“Very talented ladies and deserve universal recognition” - Joan Fontaine
“Beautiful performances” – Rhonda Fleming  
“So proficient” - Olivia de Havilland
“All the success in your performances” - Alicia De Larrocha
“The President is very eager to transmit to you all his wishes for your future career” – Jacques Chirac
“Superior talent” – Gyorgy Sandor

Tickets: $35 in advance, $40 at the door. 
For tickets and more info visit http://www.FuruyaSisters.com/concerts.htm

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Murder Mystery Dinner Fundraiser
Murder Mystery Dinner Fundraiser
West Babylon Fire Department
126 Arnold Ave
West Babylon
631-669-2361

Come help West Babylon Fire Department Engine Company 8 raise money as they hold a Murder Mystery Dinner brought to you by the Killing Kompany. Buffett style dinner with lots of entertainment and door prizes. Sharpen up on your Detective skills as you try and figure out who in the room committed murder. Disclaimer a murder will be committed and a murderer will be in the room. However it is all for a good cause. 

Water, soda included in price. Cash bar for the rest.

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2014 Astronomy Jamboree
2014 Astronomy Jamboree
Suffolk Community College Eastern Campus
Speonk-Riverhead Road
Riverhead
6319653409

Every year Custer Observatory (Southold, NY) hosts a weekend of astronomy lectures, stargazing, and friendship. 2014 marks the 36th year of the Jamboree and this year we will have a special screening of the documentary Particle Fever hosted by Stony Brook University’s Simons Center. In addition to visible-light astronomy, this year we’re adding topics in radio astronomy which will offer a unique opportunity for those interested in this little-understood but very interesting area of science.

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Sunday, October 19, 2014
21st Annual Walk-Along for Lupus
21st Annual Walk-Along for Lupus
Eisenhower Park, Field 6
Eisenhower Park, Field 6
Stewart Ave

East Meadow
516-783-3370

Registration begins at 8:30am. Walk-Along begins at 10:00am.  Rain or Shine.
Enjoy breakfast, lunch, live music, give-a-ways, team pictures, balloons, meet Greg-T from Z-100 and more.

Visit www.lupusliqueens.org/walkalongforlupus21 to register, form a team and start collecting donations today. Registration forms are available online at http://lupusliqueens.org/walk-along-for-lupus/walk-forms/. Or call 516-783-3370 to have a brochure mailed to you.

Minimum donation of $20 per walker receives Fight Lupus button, breakfast and lunch.
•$50 per walker earns the above and a Walk-Along for Lupus T-Shirt.
•$500+ per walker earns all of the above and a Visa gift card, ($50 for $500, $75 for $750 and $100 for $1,000 or more)

For those of you who would like to participate but cannot attend the walk, you can register, collect donations, and be eligible for our walk prizes by registering to be a Virtual Walker! https://lupusliqueens.org/walk-along-for-lupus/be-a-virtual-walker/

Pre-Register at our office the week before the walk. Pre-Registration makes your walk day experience even easier. You can come to our Bellmore office, drop off your donations, pick up your T-shirt, purple bracelets and lunch wristbands. Then just come to the walk and enjoy.

LALIQ office location:
2255 Centre Avenue, Bellmore, NY 11710

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LIVE MUSIC WITH COUNTY LINE TRIO
LIVE MUSIC WITH COUNTY LINE TRIO
Martha Clara Vineyards
6025 Sound Avenue
Riverhead
631-298-0075

County Line Acoustic Trio entertains you with an afternoon of Modern Country, Crossover Country & Southern Rock for your listening pleasure.
When: 2-5pm
Rain or Shine!
FREE ADMISSION Additional cost for Food and Wine

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Long Island Pet Reptile Expo
Long Island Pet Reptile Expo
Hilton Long Island
598 Broad Hollow Rd (Rt. 110)

Melville
8455264845

Come see thousands of live pet reptiles on display and for sale as pets!  More than 50 reptile breeders will be exhibiting.  If you like reptiles, or are looking for a scaly new pet, this is the event for you!

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Robert Moses State Park Hawk Watch
Robert Moses State Park Hawk Watch



Please join Huntington-Oyster Bay Audubon Society at 9am at one of the best places to see migrating raptors on LI. Great viewing platform with some of the birds flying by at eye level always has expert hawk watchers to answer any questions you may have. Exploring the surrounding areas should turn up other migrants as well as possible rarities.
Directions: Proceed south on Robert Moses Parkway, over the bridge to Robert Moses State Park. From the water tower circle (check for PG), proceed East to parking lot #5. We will meet in the NE corner of the parking lot.   
Please call to Register: 631-885-1881

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Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Memory Strategies
Memory Strategies
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
55 Vanderbilt Parkway
Dix Hills
631-421-4530

Marcy Rhodes, LMSW at The Rudansky & Winter Memory Diagnostic and Treatment Center, will give tips for remembering everything from your party planning list to where you left your glasses. This interactive workshop will be featured as part of the weekly Memory Fitness Program. Registration begins 10/1.

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The Reader Selects
The Reader Selects
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
510 Sweet Hollow Road
Melville
631-421-4535

Those Angry Days: Roosevelt, Lindbergh, and America’s Fight over World War II, 1939-1941 by Lynne Olson.
7:30PM-9:00PM. Leader: Chris Garland, Librarian

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JDTLab: MY LESSONS FROM DOGS by Patrick Christiano
JDTLab: MY LESSONS FROM DOGS by Patrick Christiano
Guild Hall
158 Main Street
East Hampton
631-324-0806

7:30pm
John Drew Theater Lab (JDTLab) is a workshop devoted to fostering East End performing artists continues its fall season! MY LESSONS FROM DOGS by Patrick Christiano (told by the FIRST PLACE WINNER of the ARF “Smooch With Your Pooch” Contest last summer at the Mulford Farm) is an inspirational tale about the writer’s 22 years with Norfolk Terriers, an ironic journey to rediscovering his childlike energy, which drew him back to the theater and away from selling million dollar homes in the Hamptons to playing on stages in New York City and beyond. Conceived from improvisations with people he meets while walking his dogs on the streets of the West Village, the witty autobiographical story chronicles the beginning of his theater writing, a return to acting in NYC, a gig as a Hampton realtor on MTV, and ultimately portraying Truman Capote in TRU. Patrick weaves a funny, true and inspiring tale about following your bliss and confronting death.
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Felted Ruffle Scarf Workshop with Justine Moody
Felted Ruffle Scarf Workshop with Justine Moody
Gallery North
90 North Country Road
Setauket
6317512676

In this workshop, we will create a light weight wispy scarf by laying the fibers in such a way that the scarf will have a solid body with ruffled edges.  Depending on how much fiber you desire, your ruffles can be thick and firm, or light and airy, it’s your deign. We will incorporate small pieces of sheer fabrics or luxury fibers to make your scarf unique.
This is a great hand made gift for the holidays.

Skill level: Advanced Beginner

Date: October 21
Time: 10am-1pm
Fee: $60
Materials fee: $25

For more information about this class or this teacher, or to sign up for this class please email education.gallerynorth@gmail.com or call 631-751-2676
Gallery North is open Tuesday – Saturday 10 – 5 and Sunday 12 – 5.

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The Reader Selects
The Reader Selects
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
510 Sweet Hollow Road
Melville
631-421-4535

Those Angry Days: Roosevelt, Lindbergh, and America’s Fight over World War II, 1939-1941 by Lynne Olson.
Leader: Chris Garland

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Mind Your Own Business 12 | People Power: Practice fresh approaches to networking & biz communicatio
Mind Your Own Business 12 | People Power: Practice fresh approaches to networking & biz communicatio
Brecknock Hall
1500 Brecknock Road
GREENPORT

Each MYOB workshop is customized by feedback from the current posse of participants and includes: exploration of a business-boosting topic. A post-workshop email chock full of resources curated with you and your business in mind—websites, articles, apps, case studies and more. Q&A and group discussions. Access to MYOB resources web page. $59

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Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Self-Defense Workshop
Self-Defense Workshop
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
55 Vanderbilt Parkway
Dix Hills
631-421-4530

Learn practical and easy-to-use self-defense techniques to protect yourself. Wear comfortable workout clothes as there is a “learn by doing” component to the workshop. Participants must be 13 years or older. Free registration is underway.

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Fall Prevention
Fall Prevention
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
510 Sweet Hollow Road
Melville
631-421-4535

Wednesday, 10-22-2014, 10:00AM - 12:00PM
Presented by Suffolk County Department of Health Services. Falls are the leading cause of injury for people 65 and older. Learn ways to increase your chances of staying independent as you age. Topics include balance and strength training, vision and medication review, proper footwear, and a safe home environment.  Free registration is underway.

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Art House Film Discussion
Art House Film Discussion
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
510 Sweet Hollow Road
Melville
631-421-4535

6:30PM - 9:00PM
Tomboy (2012) Unrated. 82 min. Laure is 10 years old and a tomboy. On arrival in a new neighborhood, she lets Lisa and her crowd believe that she is a boy. Summer begins and Laure pretends to be Mikael, a boy like the others, different enough to get the attention of Lisa, who falls in love with him. In French with English subtitles.

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Thursday, October 23, 2014
HARVEY
HARVEY
Quogue Community Hall
125 Jessup Avenue
Quogue
631-653-8955

Mary Chase’s classic comedy about the pandemonium caused by the friendship between Ellwood P. Dowd and a 6’ tall invisible rabbit.  October 23 - November 9 on Thursday and Fridays at 7:00, Saturdays at 8:00 and Sundays at 2:30.  Prices: $25 Adults, $23 Seniors (exc. Saturdays), $10 Students under 21.  Tickets:  www.hamptontheatre.org or 866-811-4111 (OvationTix).

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