Outdoor Swap Meet
Sunday, March 26, 9am-2pm
Karp’s Hardware, 2 Larkfield Road, East Northport
A flea-market style outdoor swap meet featuring discounted hardware deals, tools, ham radio equipment, antique radios, electronic hobbyist supplies, antique tools, collectibles. CB radio equipment and more. The meet will be held in the hardware store’s back parking lot with ample free parking in the municipal lot on the south side of 10th Avenue.
DATF Cannabis Forum
Tuesday, March 28, 7-8:30pm
Northport High School Auditorium
See flier for details.
Neath Root and Leaf
Saturday, April 1 through Sunday, April 30
Haven Gallery, 50 Main Street, Northport
England-based artist Adam Oehlers returns to Haven Gallery for his fifth solo show, “Neath Root and Leaf.” Comprising both watercolor paintings and ink drawings, the exhibition unfolds the next chapter of Oehlers’ fantastical narratives. Beneath the roots and leaves, as the title suggests, an action-based chronicle is revealed as the protagonist prolongs her stay in an enchanted world of macroposia, as she bears witness and joins her woodland companions in skirmishes between land and sky. Through a meticulous hand, Oehlers takes his viewers to a world full of enchantment and tale that is quite close to home. To be added to the advanced collector preview list for Adam Oehlers, and to see other exhibits opening at Haven next month, follow the prompts here.
Montauk Highway: From Urban Streets to Atlantic Dunes
Wednesday, April 5, 1:30-2:30pm
Northport Public Library
Historically, Montauk Highway extends from Jamaica, Queens to the Montauk Lighthouse. Along the way, it has assumed several names and identities. Eco-Photo Explorers will examine the rich history of the route, from colonial times to present day. Registration is underway here.
Evening Birdwatches at the Vanderbilt
Fridays, April 7 and 21, May 5 and 19
The Vanderbilt Museum, 180 Little Neck Road, Centerport
On select spring Fridays, the Vanderbilt Museum will offer evening birdwatches and architecture tours with the museum’s director of curatorial affairs. Participants will enjoy the unique opportunity to view the Vanderbilt estate at dusk, when the grounds are closed but the birds are active. Tickets are free for members, $12 for non-members. Sturdy hiking footwear is strongly suggested, and participants are asked to bring their own binoculars. For more information on this and other events, and to register for this birdwatch (or other watches in the morning for early birds), click here.