A walk for recovery, festive fall grand opening and inspiring children’s book about perseverance and kindness

Seasonal Scapes LI, a family-owned and -operated business in East Northport, is celebrating its grand opening all weekend long.

Wellness Walk for Recovery
September 24 from 11am-2pm
Heckscher Park, 25A and Prime Avenue, Huntington
September is Recovery Month and areas in the Town of Huntington (including in Northport Village and on Larkfield Road) have been turning purple to increase awareness of substance use disorders and encourage individuals in need to seek help. To raise awareness, create connections and celebrate those living in recovery, the Northport/East Northport Drug & Alcohol Task Force, in partnership with the TOH Opioid and Addiction Task Force, are hosting a Wellness Walk for Recovery; join community members in this special event, and enjoy music, a resource fair, photo booth, face painting and a food truck in the company of neighbors. Register here. A full list of Recovery Month events, including a viewing of Tipping the Pain Scale at the Cinema Arts Centre tonight, September 22, can be found here.

Seasonal Scapes LI Grand Opening and Fall Event
Friday, September 23 through Sunday, September 25
638 Larkfield Road, East Northport
East Northport residents James and Karissa Tomeo have transformed the nursery formerly known as Bubba’s into a bustling storefront for their seasonal indoor/outdoor decor business. The family-owned and operated garden center celebrates its grand opening this weekend with three days of events. See flier for details.

Allen Santoriello plays on Main Street
Sunday, September 25 at 4pm
The Wine Cellar on Main, 70 Main Street, Northport
Allen Santoriello of Little Wilson fame will perform at The Wine Cellar on Main, so grab a table and some tapas, a glass of wine, and enjoy the soulful vocals.

Allen Santoriello, pictured here at a past performance at The Wine Cellar on Main in Northport Village. Photo via Facebook.

Local Author Valerie Goldstein presents Violet’s Victory
Saturday, September 24, 11am-12pm
Nest on Main, 135 Main Street, Northport
Join local author Valerie Goldstein as she reads, discusses and signs copies of her book about perseverance and kindness, Violet's Victory, an autobiographical picture book that tells the story of a young girl with lavender hair named Violet. Despite using forearm crutches, Violet dreams of keeping up with her friends in the track and field race. When she discovers an amethyst-colored handcycle at the bicycle shop, she begins to make her dreams possible. Come listen as Valerie shares her personal experience, and be moved by a story meant to inspire children and adults.

Courtyard Movie: The Addams Family 2
Friday, September 30, 7pm
Northport Library Courtyard
Everyone’s favorite spooky family is back! Morticia and Gomez are distraught that their children are growing up. To reclaim their bond, they decide to cram everyone into their haunted camper and hit the road for one last miserable family vacation. Rated PG. Children must be accompanied by an adult. No registration required. In the event of inclement weather, the program will be canceled.

Northport Oktoberfest 2022
Saturday, October 1 from 12-5pm
Fire Department Fairgrounds, Steers Avenue, Northport
The Northport Fire Department’s annual Oktoberfest with beer, wine, German food, raffles and live music is back! This event has sold out each year, with no available tickets at the door. Purchase your tickets (before they’re gone) here.

Northport Farmers’ Market
Cow Harbor Park parking lot
Saturdays, June 4 to November 19

Yoga in the Park
Saturdays through October 29, 8:30-9:30am
Northport Village Park
It’s back for another session! See flier for details.

pARTy til the Cows Come Home
Through September 25
The Firefly Artists, 162 Main Street, Northport
pARTy til the Cows Come Home is a juried exhibition celebrating and complementing the Great Cow Harbor Day Weekend in downtown Northport. Works featuring cows, and other farm life, as well as those honoring the Cow Harbor Race and festival are featured.

Mystic Pizza, A New Musical
Through Sunday, October 30
John W. Engeman Theater, 250 Main Street, Northport
Based on the classic 1988 movie starring Julia Roberts, Mystic Pizza charts the lives and loves of three unforgettable waitresses in the harbor town of Mystic, Connecticut. Featuring some of the best pop songs of the ’80s and ’90s such as “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun,” “Addicted To Love,” “Small Town,” “Hold On,” and “Take My Breath Away,” Mystic Pizza has all the ingredients for a romantic comedy – with the works. For tickets and more Information, visit the theater website.

Iconic Northport
Through spring 2023
Northport HIstorical Society, 215 Main Street, Northport
“Iconic Northport,” an exhibit now open at the Northport Historical Society features the history behind Northport's most iconic landmarks, businesses and traditions, including the LILCO stacks, the trolley tracks, Jones Drug Store and Cow Harbor Day. The museum’s first ever interactive exhibit, each icon has its own QR code that offers users a short video containing extra photos and interesting facts. There is also a selfie station, where visitors can become a customer of Jones Drug Store's old soda fountain.