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A Pink Floyd tribute band, iconic sip and paint and the first of many holiday events


Us and Floyd, a Pink Floyd tribute band, will play two shows on November 4, at the Vanderbilt Planetarium.

FEATURED
Us and Floyd, A Tribute Laser Light Show
Friday, November 4, shows at 7pm and 9pm
Vanderbilt Planetarium, 180 Little Neck Road, Centerport
Join Us and Floyd in the planetarium for two dazzling live performances – in sync with two stunning Pink Floyd laser light shows: The Wall and Dark Side of the Moon. Us and Floyd has been playing at events throughout the northeast for many years, in venues including Mauch Chunk Opera House in Pennsylvania, The Space at Westbury, the Great South Bay Music Festival, New York State Fair, Citifield, and Foxwoods Casino. The nine members of this tribute band strive to perform accurate recreations of the timeless music of Pink Floyd by incorporating their knowledge of the band and its history into every live show. Their collective appreciation for Floyd is evident in the passion and precision of their performances. Shows are as follows:
7pm: The Wall laser show featuring hits from Dark Side of the Moon
9pm: Dark Side of the Moon laser show featuring hits from The Wall
Purchase advance tickets online here: adults $30, members $25, age 15 and under $25. At the door: adults $35, members $25, age 15 and under $30. Visit www.usandfloyd.com to learn more about the band.

NOW OPEN
Olga Esther, Yuriko Shirou, Li Shanmei, Shiori Matsumoto, Uffizi-inspired group show
Through November 27
Haven Gallery, 50 Main Street, Northport
Click on the artist/exhibit name to view the entire exhibition:
Li Shanmei, “Find the Way Home”
Shiori Matsumoto, “Sleepless Night”
Olga Esther, “Mermaids”
Yuriko Shirou, “Addictions”
Uffizi Museum Show

Li Shanmei’s “Direction and Coordinates,” an oil on canvas now on view at Haven Gallery.

THIS WEEK
Northport Farmers’ Market
Saturdays November 5, 12 and 19
8am-12:30pm
There are just three weekends left to shop for local goods, enjoy views of the harbor, and support local businesses at the farmers’ market. (72 and sunny is in the forecast for this Saturday, hint, hint.)

Celebration of Art: Coming Out of the Pandemic
East Northport Public Library
Through November
Landscape and floral narratives created by artist Joseph Rotella during the pandemic. Composed using artistic concepts such as design and tonal, spatial, and color relationships. A Meet the Artist in the East Northport location is scheduled for Friday, November 18, from 7-9pm.

View the artwork of Joseph Rotella at East Northport Library’s Art Gallery during the month of November.

UPCOMING
Iconic Series: Sip and Paint Night
Thursday, November 10, 7-9pm
Northport Historical Society, 215 Main Street, Northport
Learn how to paint the Eatons Neck Lighthouse with Northport Historical Society director and local artist, Caitlyn Shea. Ticket price ($30/person) includes canvas, paint, refreshments and lots of ’80s music! Purchase tickets here.

Santaport Holiday Fair
Saturday, November 19, 10am-3pm
Centerport United Methodist Church, 97 Little Neck Road, Centerport
A Centerport tradition returns this holiday season! Santaport’s beloved holiday fair features jewelry (vintage and contemporary), housewares (collectibles and antiques in the White Elephant shop), toys, a silent auction of themed gift baskets, arts and crafts for kids, Men’s World bargains (electronics, tools, sporting goods, computer equipment, CDs, DVDs, garden tools), and more. Bring your own camera for a photo with Santa (free!) and enjoy our Luncheon Cafe (with our famous homemade quiche, pies, soups, and BBQ). Book signing with Raising Betty author Sarah Zagaja and Fenway the therapy dog! New this year: live holiday music throughout the day in the church sanctuary including choral, instrumental and drum circle performances.

The Automat
Sunday, November 20, 2pm
Northport Public Library
The Automat recounts the lost history of the iconic restaurant chain Horn & Hardart, which served affordable food to millions of New Yorkers and Philadephians for more than a century. Featuring interviews with Mel Brooks, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Colin Powell, and Elliott Gould, The Automat illustrates how the company served the public with great food and at the same time treated its employees with fairness and integrity. Join Director Lisa Hurwitz, who spent eight years interviewing dozens of celebrities and former employees and visiting far-flung places where collectors hoard the surviving remnants of the once spectacular Automat restaurants. The audience will enjoy an endearing first look into one of the most successful business ventures of its time through the eyes of those touched by their experiences. Dylan Skolnick from the Cinema Arts Centre will moderate. Register here.