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Weekend Plans December 17th -19th

The Ya Ya's in concert with Hope Machine, Saturday night

‘Tis the season and the weekend forecast looking very cold with temperatures not getting out of the mid 30’s.  There is a 50% chance that we’ll pick up some significant snow on Sunday. We’ve listed a few things happening around town .Please check out our events page for more. Have fun!

FRIDAY

AL ROKER at Book Revue 313 New York Avenue, Huntington NY 11743, 7pm.  NBC Today Show weather and feature reporter AL ROKER will speak about and sign his latest murder mystery The Midnight Show Murders: A Billy Blessing Novel. Beloved TV personality, trusted weathercaster, and all-around Renaissance man Al Roker continues his newest successful career with the thrilling sequel to his dynamite mystery debut, The Morning Show Murders. Professional chef turned amateur sleuth Billy Blessing once again finds himself in hot water, when a brutal killing cancels a TV show—and its host—during its debut.  Book Revue 7:00

Live Reindeer at Hicks Nurseries Hicks Nurseries, 100 Jericho Tpke. Westbury, NY 11590 Phone: 516-334-0066 Website: http://hicksnurseries.com.  Bring the kids to see real live reindeer at Hicks Nursery during store hours; 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday.  Sunday from  8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Exhibit on “House calls to Hospitals: Huntington’s Healthcare Heritage” featuring the 1940 office of Dr. Samuel Teich 1750 David Conklin Farmhouse Museum, 2 High St. Huntington, NY 11743. at 1:00 PM-4:00 PM. Phone: 631-427-7045 Website: http://www.huntingtonhistoricalsociety.org

SATURDAY

Frosty the Snowman at John W Engeman Theatre At Northport, 250 Main Street, Northport, NY 11768 (631) 261-2900  11 am.  Tickets $15

The Nutcracker Ballet at , 2:00pm  and 6pm Huntington High School 188 Oakwood Road Huntington, NY.  Lynch Ballet Company’s Production Of The Classical Christmas Favorite “The Nutcracker,” Promises To Delight Audience With It’s Dynamic Cast Of Some 120 Dancers, Stunning New Costumes And Guest Performer Alberto Valazquez From The Internationally Esteemed American Ballet Theater II, In The Role Of Cavalier. Valazquez Is Joined By Lynch Company Dancers Alyssa Brogan And Danielle Margolis In The Roles Of The Sugar Plum Fairies. Box Office Phone: 631-553-7392 Admission: $25 Adults; $15 Children

Brett Sherris’ Summer Camp Cinema SWEENEY TODD & EDWARD SCISSORHANDS at the Cinema Arts Centre, 423 Park Avenue Huntington NY 11743 Saturday,  at 11pm Click HERE for details

Sound of Music at John W. Engeman Theater, 250 Main St. Northport, NY 11768.  Performances at  3pm and 8pm  Tickets $60 call 631  261-2900

B-Side Bandits, 10 pm  at Chesterfields Blues and Jazz Lounge-330 New York Ave,Huntington 631-425-1457

The Folk Music Society of Huntington presents, The YaYas on the same program individually and collectively with HOPE MACHINE .All Concerts are at the Congregational Church of Huntington (Wheelchair Accessible) 30 Washington Drive, Centerport (at the Eastern border of Huntington off Route 25A).  Information: 631-425-2925  .Most Hard Luck Café Concerts begin at 8:30 pm and are preceded at 7:30 pm by an “Open Mike” (all are welcome to perform! — time permitting).  Admission: Regular:    $ 10.00  Members: $    7.00 All tickets at door ONLY. NO advance ticket sales

SUNDAY

Frosty the Snowman at John W Engeman Theatre At Northport, 250 Main Street, Northport, NY 11768 (631) 261-2900  10 am.  Tickets  $15

The Nutcracker Ballet at 12:00pm and 4pm Huntington High School 188 Oakwood Road Huntington, NY. Lynch Ballet Company’s Production Of The Classical Christmas Favorite “The Nutcracker,” Promises To Delight Audience With It’s Dynamic Cast Of Some 120 Dancers, Stunning New Costumes And Guest Performer Alberto Valazquez From The Internationally Esteemed American Ballet Theater II, In The Role Of Cavalier. Valazquez Is Joined By Lynch Company Dancers Alyssa Brogan And Danielle Margolis In The Roles Of The Sugar Plum Fairies. Box Office Phone: 631-553-7392. Admission: $25 Adults; $15 Children

One of the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Planetarium’s most popular family programs, “Our Night Out: Story Time under the Stars,” held beneath the Planetarium dome, will feature winter-themed stories on Sunday, December 19, at 6:00 p.m. At “Our Night Out,” children’s favorite bedtime storybooks come to life in the planetarium theater. In this multi-generational, one-hour program, huge pictures are projected on the dome under star-filled skies as stories are read. Children will enjoy classic tales and learn about the objects they might see in the nighttime sky. All are welcome to wear their most comfy pajamas, and to bring their favorite stuffed animal, blanket and pillow. Admission is $6.00 per person. Reservations are strongly suggested, as this program frequently sells out. Please call 631-854-5579. The Vanderbilt Museum and Planetarium are located at 180 Little Neck Road, Centerport, NY

Sound of Music at John W. Engeman Theater, 250 Main St. Northport, NY 11768.  Performances at  2pm and 7pm.  Tickets $60 call 631  261-2900

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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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