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Costume party tonight, plus a book signing, Latin American music, commUNITY celebration and more

An image from award-winning photographer, documentary filmmaker, and author John Lazzaro’s second book A Vanishing New York: Ruins Across the Empire State. A book signing will take place at The Firefly Artists this Saturday. Image via johnlazzarophoto.com.

Night at the Museum Halloween Costume Party
Thursday, October 13, 7-10pm
Northport Historical Society, 215 Main Street, Northport
Tickets are still available for the Northport Historical Society's first ever Halloween costume party. Featuring music from DJ Stephen Lombardo, tarot card readings, Halloween trivia, raffles and more. Northport artist Nicolas Bruno will also make a special appearance to discuss his Somnia Tarot project, featured all month long in the museum’s pop-up exhibit space. Open to the public; costumes are encouraged. Guests 21 years or older should register for the event here. Tickets are $13 per person.

Francisco Roldán: Guitar Music of Latin America
Friday, October 14, 7pm
East Northport Public Library
Guitarist Francisco Roldán will perform an all-Latin program which is virtuosic as well as diverse, rhythmic, and melodious. Journey via guitar through Argentina, Cuba, Columbia, Dominican Republic, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, and Venezuela. Experience tango, joropo, milonga and other Latin American musical forms. No registration required.

Guitarist Francisco Roldán will perform at the East Northport Public Library this Friday at 7pm. Image via www.franciscoroldan.com.

John Lazzaro: A Vanishing New York Book Signing and Reception
Saturday, October 15, 4-8pm
The Firefly Artists, 90 Main Street, Northport
For the first special exhibition in their new space, The Firefly Artists call on author, photographer, documentary filmmaker (and fellow Firefly) John Lazzaro, who draws upon his experiences from documentary filmmaking in order to create a realistic, visual, and thought-provoking dialogue of the macabre. John will be signing copies of his book, A Vanishing New York: Ruins Across the Empire State, at the gallery this weekend, with the opportunity to view his solo show.

The Next Chapter Independent Bookstore Pop-Up Shop
Saturday and Sunday, October 15 and 16
Nest on Main, 135 Main Street, Northport
This weekend Nest will be hosting The Next Chapter, an independent bookstore created in the spirit of Huntington’s Book Revue, for a special weekend pop-up shop. Don’t miss this chance to browse through a wonderful selection of new, used and rare books. The Next Chapter will be opening in their permanent home in Huntington in the near future, but in the meantime their mobile shop will be popping up around Long Island. Make sure to check out Nest on Main’s newsletter for more pop-ups, seasonal events and workshops.

3rd Annual NIOT in the Park
Sunday, October 16, 10am-12pm
Cow Harbor Park (across from Copenhagen), Northport Village
A casual in-the-park event, hosted by Not In Our Town Northport, with kid-friendly activities, a book swap, representatives from numerous community groups, and the opportunity to get to know NIOT Northport and your neighbors. This year’s event focuses on the many people and groups working hard to heal our communities, make connections and spread kindness. See flier for more information.

Handler Hope Foundation Hope Walk
Sunday, October 16, 10am-1pm
Sunken Meadow State Park
Walk together to change the course of cancer. Money raised will go toward cancer research and improving the comforts for loved ones of patients inside cancer and infusion centers. Followed by live music, a bagel breakfast, fun and activities for the whole family. Click here for more information, and to register.

Township Theatre Group Presents: When Life Throws Up Hurdles, Jump!
Sunday, October 16, 2pm
Northport Public Library
Enjoy a selection of short comedic plays that focus on the unexpected ways family and friends conquer life’s little challenges. Township Theatre Group’s Touring Company has been performing programs of one-act plays in area public libraries for 20 years. Registration required; register here.

Martin: First Lady of Musicals
Monday, October 17, 2pm
Northport Public Library
Mary Martin was America’s favorite leading lady of musicals. Though she appeared on radio and in films, her greatest triumphs were on stage. She memorably created the roles of Nellie Forbush in South Pacific and Maria von Trapp in The Sound of Music, and she played the title role in Peter Pan on stage and television. Join lecturer Marc Courtade as he pays tribute to a radiant star who loved her work, and – for almost 50 years – knew how to make audiences share her happiness. Registration required; register here.

DATF Color Run Fundraiser
Saturday, October 22, 8am-12pm
Northport Middle School, 11 Middleville Road, Northport
Get in on the action, and join this colorful morning of music, games and family fun with the Northport-East Northport Community Drug and Alcohol Task Force. This year, the entire Color Run course will be on the grounds of Northport Middle School; run or walk the course and get splashed with (machine-washable) color! The DATF has also added some new activities: life-sized yard games, photo booths, and dancing. See flier for details or click here for more information and to register.

Witches and Warlocks Night on Main
Thursday, October 27, 5pm-9pm
Signature Premier Properties and the business owners of Northport Village invite you to shop in Northport Village during Witches and Warlocks Night on Main! Come dressed in your best witch or warlock costumes or hats! Pick up a shopping bag with a list of participating merchants and restaurants stating their discounts, promotions or giveaways! Shopping bags available at 180 Main Street from 5-7pm. Contact Signature Premier Properties at 631-754-3600 for more info.

Halloween-themed Family Yoga
Saturday, October 29, 3:30-5pm
Your Yoga Place, 58 Larkfield Road, East Northport
Autumn can be a busy time of year for families; this Halloween-themed yoga experience full of connection and fun affords families the opportunity to slow down with fun partner poses, games and mindful meditation. Led by Vanessa Hill. All ages and families welcome. The cost is $30 for two participants, $10 each additional participant. Pre-enrollment required; not a drop-off event.

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
Yoga in the Park is back for another session! Join Jen Tzimas from Yoga Blue NPT on Main Street at the gazebo and get your morning off to a great start. Classes cost $10; tickets can be purchased here. All levels welcome. Bring your own yoga mat and water.

Beauty and the Beast
Through Sunday, October 30
John W. Engeman Theater, 250 Main Street, Northport
This Disney love story tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the hideous Beast, a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved the curse will end. If he does not learn his lesson before the last enchanted rose petal falls, he and his household of enchanted objects will be doomed for all eternity. Enjoy the songs we all love such as “Be Our Guest” and “Beauty and the Beast”. Performances are on Saturdays at 11am and Sundays at 10:30am; tickets are $20 each. For tickets and more information, visit the theater website.

Virtual Tour: Mall, Kseniia Boko, Gina Matarazzo, Alex Garant
Through October 23
Haven Gallery, 50 Main Street, Northport Village
You can now see a virtual tour of Haven Gallery’s four current exhibits here.