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Weekend Plans June 10th -13th

Join Billy and the crew at Canterbury Ales For a Summer Beer Tasting Event on Sunday

Here are a few fun things to do this weekend that caught our eye.  Please check our events page for a more complete list.  Have Fun!


6:30pm Green Palate Open MIC Nights at the Cold Spring Harbor Library 95 Harbor road CSH, NY 11724 A fun and enjoyable evening of music, spoken word and artistic expression. Sign up or just come sit and listen.  Refreshments compliments of Whole Foods Market.  Admission is $5. Doors open at 6:30pm for performer sign ups . performances will begin at 7PM. more info at

10:00 PM  Young Rebel Goombas at Black & Blue Seafood, 65 Wall Street, Huntington, NY 11743-2063 more info:(631) 385-9255


7PM Hofstra University Professor Emeritus EUGENE KAPLAN will speak about and sign his new book, What’s Eating You? People and Parasites, at Book Revue 313 New York Avenue Huntington NY 11743 Join  EUGENE KAPLAN as he speaks about and signs his new book, What’s Eating You? People and Parasites. In What’s Eating You? Eugene Kaplan recounts the true and harrowing tales of his adventures with parasites, and in the process introduces readers to the intimately interwoven lives of host and parasite. Kaplan has spent his life traveling the globe exploring oceans and jungles, and incidentally acquiring parasites in his gut. Here, he leads readers on an unforgettable journey into the bizarre yet oddly beautiful world of parasites. In a narrative that is by turns frightening, disgusting, and laugh-out-loud funny, Kaplan describes how drinking contaminated water can cause a three-foot-long worm to burst from your arm; how he “gave birth” to a parasite the size and thickness of a pencil while working in Israel; why you should never wave a dead snake in front of your privates; and why fleas are attracted to his wife.

10 PM Dog House Blues Band at Chesterfields Blues and Jazz Lounge,  330 New York Avenue Huntington, NY 11743-3343 Featuring a night of “Booze  and Blues” Check out the band’s site here.


1pm – 3pm Solved! The Mystery of Anastasia Romanov At the Dolan DNA Center 1 Bungtown Road, Cold Spring Harbor, NY 1172 (map) Ages 10 -13, with chaperone In Russia in 1918 the Romanov royal family was kidnapped and never seen alive again. In 2008 a team of geneticists from Russia and the United States used forensic DNA technology to test the DNA of the bones found in a grave in Siberia, believed to be those of the missing Romanov family. Many have stepped forward claiming to be part of the missing royal family, including the famous Anna Anderson. In this session, participants will: explore the uses of forensic DNA technology and how it was applied to the case; experience how forensic anthropology identified the bones; learn the TRUE story of the Last Tsar of Russia and his family; solve one of the biggest mysteries in history! check out the website for more details:

6:30pm – 8:30pm Meet Yankee Jorge Posada bottle signing. Jorge will be singing bottles of Longball Cellars Jorge Posada Cabernet ($14.99 each) A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Jorge Posada Foundation advocating the early diagnosis and treatment of Craniosynostosis as well as providing financial support to families of children diagnosed with the condition. Due to contractual obligations, Jorge will be signing these bottles only and will be unable to sign any other item or memorabilia.* time subject to change based on Saturday’s Yankee game.  Event takes place at Bottles and Cases, 99 East Main Street, Huntington NY 11743. Limited to the first 500 on line. Bottles & Cases: (631) 423-9463 |

7:00pm – 8:30pm Gallery Recital Series Michéle Ramo, Guitar Heidi Hepler, Voice At the Hecksher Museum of Art,2 Prime Avenue, Huntington NY 11743Acclaimed for their special sound, musical sensitivity and extraordinary ability to blend jazz and classical styles, Michele Ramo and Heidi Hepler will present an array of jazz favorites. They have performed at the Duplex Cabaret Theater, Iridium Jazz Club, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall and Birdland Jazz Club. Members $15, Non-Members $20 Advance registration is recommended


10AM – 3 PM Turn on the Water Rally. Bring your family and friends, make signs, bring an empty water bottle and show the town that you care.If you want access to the Cold Spring Harbor water, join together to ask the town to restore access to the artesian well that has been a local source for years.  Meet at the CSH boat ramp.

1pm – 4pm Early Summer Beer Tasting and Lunch At Canterbury Ales 314 New York Avenue Huntington, NY 11743 Featuring a 5 course meal consisting of summer fare. Two beers served with each course. Advanced ticket purchase required. $80 pp, inclusive of ticket, t-shirt, taxes and gratuity as well as some beer glasses and give-aways from the represented breweries. Cost is $80 please call or email for reservations and information (631) 549-4404 or

2pm  Gone With The Wind, Lunch and Guest Speaker: Film critic & Author MOLLY HASKELL. At the Cinema Arts Centre 423 Park Avenue Huntington 11743 Guest Speaker: Film critic & Author MOLLY HASKELL + special intermission lunch in the Cinema’s new patio garden Members $10 • Public $14 •  (Lunch $10 extra) Active Membership Will Be Checked • No Refunds Tickets can also be purchased at the box office during theatre hours or by calling Brown Paper Tickets toll free at 1-800-838-3006. No refunds. Molly Haskell’s 1973 study From Reverence to Rape established her reputation as an insightful critic of women’s roles in the U.S. A veteran film critic and author Molly Haskell will appear at the Cinema to discuss her richly endowed critical study of the renowned 1939 classic Hollywood film adapted from Margaret Mitchell’s then best-selling historic novel about the fate of a plantation owner’s family in the Civil War era. Haskell’s historical overview takes on the ways in which Hollywood and cinema has stereotyped women, but also singles out those exceptions where women broke the stereotypical mold. Vivien Leigh’s Oscar Best Actress Award as the tough willed Scarlet O’Hara broke the mold of the cinema’s stereotypical passive, fainthearted suffering woman. She holds her own against Clark Gable’s macho Frankly my dear, I don’t give a damn. Haskell offers sharp insights into the male directors George Cukor, Victor Fleming and producer David O’Selznick, whose wrangling reflected racist America’s stereotypical views of the folks imprisoned in the slavery system. Molly Haskell takes them all on in her scintillating examination of this 1930’s novel and film: FRANKLY MY DEAR: “Gone With the Wind” Revisited. USA, 1939, 238 min.

Local movie listings:

Shore Theater

Cinema Arts Centre

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