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John Gorka Performs June 7

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John Gorka, an acclaimed contemporary American singer-songwriter, closes out the 2013-2014 season of First Saturday Concerts for the Folk Music Society of Huntington on June 7.

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Sunday, June 8, Noon – 6:30.

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The parade will assemble at Harrison Drive and Centerport Road and begin at 10:30 a.m. They will proceed across Mill Dam Bridge, then along Prospect Road to Little Neck Road, then on to Park Circle, where Memorial services will be held.
There will be a brief ceremony at the memorial monuments in the park after which […]

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Join the Huntington Center for Performing Arts and the Long Island Ballet on May 31, 2014 at Long Island High School for the Arts (Nassau BOCES) 239 Cold Spring Rd. Syosset, NY (just west of Cold Spring Harbor) as LIBT performs “Coppelia Suite” choreographed by David Fernnandez- excerpts from the joyous ballet that celebrates spring […]

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ART BRN, curated by Ole’ Major, will take place on Saturday, May 24th, 2014 from 7-11pm at RIPE Art Gallery, in the eclectic town of Huntington, Long Island. ART BRN is an invite only, group show of some of the most up-and-coming artists working in contemporary styles.
As Curators and Gallery, we are working to expose […]

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Filmmaker and transparency advocate Josh del Sol will appear for q & a and reception following the screening.

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LICC’s three choral ensembles include Prelude, for grades 1 through 4; Harmonia, for intermediate and advanced singers in grades 5 through 12; and Lyric, for advanced singers in grades 7 through 12. Acceptance is by audition only, and teacher recommendations are required. Rehearsals are held weekly.

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Imagine being able to watch as Edison turned on the first light bulb, or as Franklin received his first jolt of electricity. Particle Fever gives audiences a front row seat as scientists take crucial steps in discovering the origin and substance of the universe.

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Larry Kolker, an American roots musician with a post-modern edge who grew up in Huntington, shares a bill with Scott Cook, a prairie balladeer from Alberta, Canada, during the Folk Music Society of Huntington’s monthly Hard Luck Café series.

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It’s the summer of 1932. William and Rosamund Vanderbilt have just returned to the United States after an eight-month, around-the-world cruise in their new 264-foot yacht, Alva.

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