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Thanksgiving 2010 Weekend Plans

First Annual Huntington Harbor Parade of Lights this Friday!

This weekend weather forecast calls for  highs in the low 40’s on Thursday with a chance of rain turning into heavy rain over night and into Friday with high temps in the low 50’s. Dry and cooler on Saturday and Sunday with high Temperatures in the mid 40’s.  There are lots of festive things to do this weekend in town so make sure to gather the family and get into the holiday mood.  Please check our events calendar for more. Have a Happy  Thanksgiving!

THURSDAY

The Townwide Fund of Huntington Thanksgiving Day Run. Race day check in 7-8am at the  American Legion Hall in Halesite on the corner of Route 110 and Mill Dam Roads. Fun run begins at 8:30am and 4 miler starts at 9am sharp.  Click here for more details.  http://villagetattler.com/2010/11/15/huntingtons-best-excuse-for-more-pie-our-annual-thanksgiving-day-4-run/

FRIDAY

Lighting of  the Village Christmas Tree & Caroling- 7pm- Northport Village Park , Northport, New York- 631-754-3905- FREE

Boat Parade of Lights 6pm. Through Huntington Harbor, beginning at Wyncote Yacht Club and the Huntington Yacht Club  and finishing up at Prime in Halesite. You can watch the boats from along the shore.  Prize given to best decorated boat.  Meet at Prime Restaurant after for celebrating. More info click here

SATURDAY

Annual Town Tree Lighting Highlights Holiday Parade, Festival Parade kicks off at 6 p.m. Tree lighting will probably be around 7:15 p.m. Parade will travel from Big H shopping center north on New York Avenue and then west on Main Street.  Tree Lighting will be at Main and Wall Streets. The Town of Huntington, joined by local business groups and Fire Departments, will help kick off the holiday season with a parade through Huntington Village, culminating in the Town’s annual tree lighting ceremony at a street festival on Wall Street.

Numerous fire departments, churches, scouts and civic groups are scheduled to participate in the parade. Wall Street will be closed to traffic from Main Street to Gerard Street until 9 p.m. for the festival, which will include performances from many local groups and promotions from local merchants. Huntington Supervisor Frank Petrone will light a tree at the festival, simultaneously lighting holiday trees on the Village Green and at Town Hall. Parents are invited to bring their children to meet Santa Claus and some of their favorite characters, including Snoopy, The Grinch, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Sesame Street’s Elmo and Toy Story’s Woody. The Halesite fire Department will have Buddy the Elf on board the actual sled used in filming the movie, “Elf.” Free hot chocolate and cookies will be served.

Throw Back Night at Finnegans.  Saturday November 27th starting at 3:00 PM, for the 3rd Annual Throw Back Night at Finnegans. Throw Back Night is organized by alumni and everyone is invited to don their old Blue Devil wear and join the party. There will also be a 50/50. This year all profits will be donated to the Huntington Booster Club Scholarship Fund. The cost is $10 at the door which includes a free beer.

SUNDAY

COLONY at 2:00pm Honey Bee Day @ Cinema Arts Centre. Q&A with L.I Beekeeper Rich Blohm Apitherapy  Talk with Frederique Keller. Plus reception and tastings.  In Colony, several beekeepers around the U.S. cope with colony collapse disorder – the phenomenon that has caused millions of bees to mysteriously disappear, threatening not only the beekeeping industry but our food supply. We admire some documentaries for their artistry and others for their urgency. Rarely do we see a film that combines both of these qualities as impressively as this debut by directors Carter Gunn and Ross McDonnell.

Richard Blohm is a master beekeeper who has been raising honey bees on Long Island for the past 35 years. He maintains 50 hives at 6 different locations across Nassau and Suffolk County and sells his honey at a roadside stand in front of his home and at Capital Health, both in Huntington. He is a member of the Eastern Apicultural Society and past president of the Long Island Beekeepers Club. For the past three years, he has led a beekeeping course for beginners through the Long Island Beekeepers Club. With his support, over 50 Long Islanders have become beekeepers.

Frederique Keller of BeePharm: Apitherapy for Health, is a licensed acupuncturist and medical herbalist who integrates classical homeopathy and apitherapy- the medical use of honey bee products.  She uses bee venom therapy in her private practice as well as all the products of a bee hive including honey, pollen, propolis, royal jelly and bee bread. She is president of the American Apicultural Society and lectures internationally, sharing her knowledge of the healing properties of bees. She has been raising bees for over 20 years. http://www.apitherapy.org/about-aas/board/frederique-keller/

2pm: Welcome and Film Screening

3:15pm – 3:45pm: Q&A with Beekeeper Rich Blohm

3:50pm – 4:50pm: Apitherapy Talk with Frederique Keller

5pm: Honey, mead ( from the LI Mead Assoc ) and honey based snack tasting & Sale of products from the hive for eating and for health

$9 Members / $13 Public / Includes reception. The Cinema Arts Centre is located at 423 Park Avenue Huntington NY 11743

Tickets can be purchased at the box office during theatre hours or online at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/136796

The Morgenstern Piano Trio. 4:00pm – 5:30pm. Parish Hall of Old First Church, 125 Main Street (25A) in Huntington (opp. Town Hall).  Taking its name from the popular German poet, author and humorist Christian Morgenstern (1871-1914), the Morgenstern Trio was formed in 2005 at the Folkwang Academy in Essen, Germany; its membership consists of pianist Catherine Klipfel from France, violinist Stefan Hempel from Germany and cellist Emanuel Wehse from Germany. In 2007, after only two years of intensive collaboration, the Trio was awarded first prize at the International Joseph Haydn Competition in Vienna, second prize at the Fifth Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition and second prize and the audience prize at the prestigious ARD Competition in Munich.

Their Program:  Beethoven Piano Trio Opus 1 in C Minor; Ravel: Piano Trio in A Minor and the glorious Brahms Piano Trio Opus 101. Tickets $20, $18 seniors; $15 Ridotto members; $10 students. For reservations and information, call (631) 385 – 0373 or email Ridotto@optonline.net
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Huntington Village  Movie Listings:

Cinema Arts Center 423 Park Avenue Huntington NY 11743

Shore Theater 37 Wall Street  Huntington NY 11743

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