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February School Break Program Offerings

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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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Winter Reading Club 2012 For Kids – Today

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Beginning January 29, stop in to the Huntington Public Library to pick up your sweet packet of goodies.  Then, treat yourself to some good books this winter.  As your family reads together, play our sweet treat game to win fun prizes along the way.  Hand in your completed Sweet Treat game board for your invitation […]

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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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First Snowstorm of Winter – Update

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First accumulating snowfall expected for Huntington Tonight into Tommorrow.

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It all started several months ago in Senator Marcellino’s office when the leadership of the Greater Huntington Civic Group asked for a meeting to address the real issues in Huntington Station.  After going round in circles about what couldn’t be done to hold unscrupulous landlords accountable the group finally hit on something that just might work.   […]

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Conte: Next Step Forward To Financial Stability

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 This week Governor Cuomo presented his Executive Budget and once again laid out a sound fiscal roadmap for the Legislature to pass an on-time budget. By capping the growth of state spending below 2 percent and increasing funding to Long Island’s schools and hospitals without any broad-based tax increases, borrowing or creating new fees, the […]

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Screenwriting Class for Beginners at Cinema Arts Centre

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The popular screenwriting seminar with award-winning screenwriter LI’er Stephen Martin Siegel will return to Cinema Arts Centre for eight Saturdays, starting January 21 through March 10. Designed for beginners, it explores the techniques involved in writing and/or understanding movies. If you’ve ever had an idea for a movie but didn’t know how to develop it into […]

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Brendan’s Reviews – The Artist

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 Brendan Morrow is a contributer for The Huntingtonian. Brendan is a freshman at Hofstra University where he is studying Communications. He is 18 years old, a life long resident of Huntington Bay, and loves to write about and discuss television, film, and the entertainment industry.
 
“I don’t think I’d be able to sit through a movie with […]

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Robert Bruey & Miles to Dayton Perform at Cinema Arts Centre, Jan. 19

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Robert Bruey and Miles to Dayton are the featured performers during the Folk Music Society of Huntington’s monthly Hard Luck Café series at the Cinema Arts Centre’s Sky Room on Thursday, Jan. 19. The 8:30 p.m.

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Honoring Courtney O’Bryan

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The Huntington High School girls’ basketball program never forgets one of their own. The Blue Devils will honor Courtney O’Bryan, retiring the cherished player’s No. 11 uniform number and celebrating her life on Thursday night, January 19th at 5:30 p.m. during pre-game ceremonies in Louis D. Giani Gym.
Ms. O’Bryan, who was a freshman at Penn State […]

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