Weekend Arts: Meditation, Tunes at Twilight and Stand-Up Comedy

HuntingtonNow has you covered for all things chill and entertaining this week. Relax outdoors with guided CBD meditation, listen to Tunes at Twilight in the Park and laugh along to stand-up comedy. Entertainment doesn’t have to be costly and many if not most of the events listed below this week are free and open to the public.

 

What: Noelle Renée Kovary Book Signing
Where: Book Revue
When: Thursday, July 25, 7pm- 9pm
About: An evening with Ayurveda health & wellness expert Noelle Renée Kovary as she speaks about and signs copies of her new book The Self-Healing Revolution. In addition to the talk and book signing Noelle will lead with a group meditation. There will be a raffle for a special herbal tonic blend a ceramic sacred mug and a gift certificate for $100 off on a consultation with Noelle.
Cost: Purchase of book The Self-Healing Revolution
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What: Tunes at Twilight
Where: Northport Village Park
When: Thursday, July 25, 8:30pm
About: Northport Community Band five Thursdays of peace and music.
Cost: Free
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What: Crys Matthew Trio
Where: Chapin Rainbow Stage, Heckscher Park
When: Friday, July 26, 8pm-10pm
About: Americana Folk 2019 Huntington Summer Arts Festival rain or shine. Produced by the Town of Huntington / Presented by Huntington Arts Council.
Cost: Free
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What: Josh Gondelman: Stand-up Comedy in the Cafe
Where: Cinema Arts Centre
When: Friday, July 26 from 9:30pm-11:30pm
About: Stand-up comedy with Josh Gondelman who takes topics from surprise parties to his experience teaching preschool and makes them all equally hilarious.
Cost: Members $13/ Public $17
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What: Back to the Eighties with Jessie’s Girl
Where: The Paramount
When: Saturday, July 27, 8pm
About: Throw on your best spandex, leg warmers and metal gear, lined up for an all-out celebration with stunning renditions of the world’s most vibrant songs, while dressed up as the unforgettable characters of the decade.
Cost: $15 and up
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What: Loudon Wainwright III and Lucy Wainwright Roche
Where: Chapin Rainbow Stage, Heckscher Park
When: Saturday, July 27 from 12pm-6pm
About: Americana Folk 2019 Huntington Summer Arts Festival rain or shine. Produced by the Town of Huntington / Presented by Huntington Arts Council.
Cost: Free
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What: Whitman “Family & Friends” Reunion and Dance Visions NY
Where: Walt Whitman Birthplace Association
When: Saturday, July 27 from 1pm-5pm
About: Reunion in which Whitman relatives gather at the Birthplace to share Oral Histories and display family documents and heirlooms. Visitors are invited to place photos on the Whitman Family Tree and to contribute to the Whitman Family video documentary. New features include a display of private WWBA Whitman artifacts received through donations and a showcasing of the updated Whitman timeline exhibition. 3:30pm Dance Vision NY performance of “I Hear America Singing, I See America Dancing.”
Cost: Free
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What: CBD Meditation
Where: SOUND Body & Mind, Huntington
When: Sunday, July 28 from 6pm-6:45pm
About: Outdoor CBD Meditation in partnership with ENDO Healing Organic CBD Shop. Guided meditation will take place on studio lawn, samples will be provided prior to meditation. All are welcome.
Cost: Free
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What: Saturday Night Fever
Where: Engeman Theater
When: Until August 25
About: Based on the 1977 blockbuster film, Saturday Night Fever whisks you back to the 1970s, where open shirts, bell-bottoms, and disco were all the rage. Featuring music by the Bee Gees, this musical adaptation of the classic film is the story of a talented, streetwise kid from Brooklyn who attempts to escape his dead-end life through dancing.
Cost: $75 +
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