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The Northport Symphony Orchestra and the New York Chapter of the American String Teachers Association Invite String Players to a Free Reading Session of Music by J.S. Bach

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In honor of Women’s History Month, the Folk Music Society of Huntington’s Hard Luck Café at the Cinema Arts Centre on Thursday, March 15, will feature two female artists who have been establishing names for themselves on the Long Island music scene – Annie Mark and Katie Pearlman. The 8:30 p.m. concert will be preceded […]

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The artwork found in hallways throughout Huntington High School continues to be updated as part of a two-year school beautification project being carried out by the Art Honor Society.
“Art is not only an individual process, but a global movement,” said Kylee Kiesel, president of Huntington’s Art Honor Society. “It is a means of inspiration and […]

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Every year this show is considered one of the premier antiques events on Long Island and consistently draws large crowds. There will be 66 dealers in room setting booths featuring 18th and 19th century American.  It is held at Harborfields High School, 98 Taylor Avenue in Greenlawn.  The event is sponsored by the Greenlawn – […]

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The Arena Players Repertory Theater will open two dramas in March at the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum’s Carriage House Theater. A Steady Rain by Keith Huff will run March 2-25 and Stage Fright by Charles Marowitz will open March 30 and runs through April 22. Each will have three performances a week — at 8:00 […]

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Just after the start of the Civil War in 1861, President Abraham Lincoln wrote a letter to Fernando Wood, then mayor of New York City, that is part of William K. Vanderbilt II’s extensive archives. To commemorate the February 20 Presidents’ Day holiday, the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum will display the Lincoln letter, as well as an oil portrait of George Washington

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February At Cinema Arts Center

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Cinema Meets Culture  An Ongoing Film Series of Opera, Dance, and Concert Presentations
Sunday, February 5 at 1pm & Tuesday, February 7 at 7pm
CARMEN
Carmen makes a triumphant return to the theater of its birthplace, the opulent, newly renovated Opéra Comique in Paris. The new critically-heralded production is staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Adrian Noble and ignited by the performances of the […]

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Imagine having a Valentine’s Day dinner where Hollywood stars and European royalty dined with members of one of America’s richest and most famous families. You can do that at a spectacular, historic American estate that is also one of the most glamorous and romantic settings on Long Island: the elegant, early twentieth-century mansion of William […]

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During the February school break, the Huntington Historical Society is offering a number of programs for children and parents. Individual adults are welcome to attend where noted.
Victorian Watercolor Painting – Monday, February 20
This workshop will teach traditional English watercolor and ink drawing.  After completing the class, attendees will have the skills to transfer a drawing […]

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Tea Time with Dolly and Me

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The Huntington Historical Society presents its 3rd annual Tea Time with Dolly and Me. There are two dates available, Thursday, February 23 & Friday, February 24 from 2:00 – 4:00 pm at the Conklin Barn located at 2 High Street, Huntington, NY.
Spend the afternoon in our beautifully decorated Conklin Barn with your favorite Doll and […]

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