See what’s happening around Huntington this weekend and beyond.
What: Exploring Art… Making Memories
Where: The Heckscher Museum of Art
When: June 18th, 1pm- 2:30pm
About: With the understanding that artistic experiences stimulate new pathways of learning, expression, and memories, the Museum offers a unique program for individuals living with dementia and their care partners. Specially trained professionals lead an interactive tour of select works and encourage group discussion.
On June 18, their will be an exploration of the current exhibition The Age of Tiffany: Between Nouveau and Deco followed by a hands-on art activity. Enjoy light refreshments.
Members $8, Non-Members $10, Care Partners Free
Registration required. Call 631.351.3250. Space is limited.
What: Civil War Storytelling With Walt: Path Through History
Where: The Walt Whitman Birthplace
When: June 16th, 12pm- 3pm
About: “Personator” Darrel Blaine Ford gives storytelling about Whitman’s life during the Civil War.
Free and open to all ages.
What: BAFFA Presents Junie B. Jones
Where: Plaza Theatrical Productions.
When: June 16, 2pm
About: An adaptation of Barbara Park’s best-selling books. Take a sneak peek into the “Top-Secret Personal Beeswax Journal” of Junie B. Jones.
The performance runs for one hour and is followed by a meet and greet with the cast.
$12/$10 for LICM members with active membership.
What: “Beyond Death, Medical Facts, Mysticism And Meditation, with Dr. Matthew Raider, MD”
Where: Huntington Public Library Presents
When: June 19, 7pm- 8:30pm
About: Dr. Matthew Raider presents the latest medical research and draws parallels between near-death experiences and the experiences of meditators throughout the ages, from all backgrounds and faith traditions. He shares a simple, natural way for us to connect with the peace and inner light that people who have had NDEs talk about.
Free and open to the public.
To register, call 631-427-5165
What: “Won’t You Be My Neighbor”
Where: Cinema Arts Centre
When: June 20, 7pm- 9pm
About: Members-only preview of the highly anticipated documentary, Won’t You Be My Neighbor, about the inspiring life and career of Mr. Rogers.
There will be a pre-film reception at 7 PM, film at 8 PM, followed by a discussion with Fred Craden.
What: Cruise Night
Where: Oyster Bay Village
When: Tuesday nights weather permitting and starts at 5:45 pm and runs until dark.
About: Every Tuesday evening during the summer, the streets of Oyster Bay are filled with classic cars and spectators during Long Island’s most popular car show, Oyster Bay Cruise Night.
This family-friendly event has been named one of Newsday’s Top 25 Things to Do on Long Island. Unlike other car shows, this weekly event occupies the main road through Oyster Bay so restaurants, shops, snacks and beverages, ice cream and shopping surround the amazing collection of fun and interesting cars.
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