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Sundays at the Society and Kids Craft Series continue with two FREE events on March 26 | 1:30 - 5pm

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Local events: From Italy to America, Earth Day celebration, free kids’ community art workshop and more

Christopher Tennant, Vineland, 2022, now on display at the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum.


Christopher Tennant Related Searches
Through June 30
On Saturday, April 23, the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum debuts Related Searches, the first solo museum exhibition by New York artist Christopher Tennant. Tennant’s artwork, a mix of avian and aquatic dioramas and vitrines, handmade lamps, and collected specimens, reimagines natural history as an extension of commodity culture and the decorative arts. His brilliantly illuminated cases combine antique taxidermy with discarded consumer products to provide a stark visual representation of the beauty and terror of an ecology altered by human industry and the algorithmic marketplace.
Where: Vanderbilt Museum, 180 Little Neck Road, Centerport
Related Searches is the inaugural exhibition in the Vanderbilt Museum’s newly launched contemporary art program and runs through June 30.


Huntington Family Earth Day
Saturday, April 23 from 10am-2pm
See flier for details.
Where: Manor Farm, 210 Manor Road, Huntington

For Kids: Community Building is an Art
Sunday, April 24 from 3-4pm
Sign up for the first in a series of art workshops for kids…. “Community Building Is an Art” is a collaborative effort between the Northport Arts Coalition, Not In Our Town Northport and the Northport Historical Society. Limited spots remain; register for this free event today!
Where: Northport Historical Society
Register here.

Let Us Sow Love
Monday, April 25 from 6-8pm
Abraham’s Table of Long Island presents in-person “Where There is Hatred, Let Me Sow Love,” a call to action confronting acts of intolerance on Long Island with witness talks describing rising hate against Jewish, African American, Latinx, LGBTQ, Muslim and Asian people. Featured speakers include Joseph Borgen, victim of an Anti-Semitic attack; Tracey Edwards, NAACP Long Island Regional Director; Jocelo Lucero, brother of murdered Ecuadorian Marcelo Lucero; David Kilmnick, LGBTQ Network of Long Island; and Dr. Isma Chaudhry, Islamic Center of Long Island. An Iftar dinner breaking the Muslim Ramadan fast will be provided gratis by the Turkish Cultural Center.
Where: SYJCC, 74 Hauppauge Road, Commack
Registration required by April 24. Register here.


From Italy to America
Saturday, April 30, from 6-8pm
Part of the Northport Historical Society’s ongoing Stamp Your Passport events, From Italy to America features guest presenter Adele Montecalvo, who will take participants on a delicious journey while exploring Italy's culinary traditions handed down through the 20th century and its transformation in America. Her expertise comes from sourcing wines for the Italian diplomatic mission to the United Nations in New York City. Light fare and refreshments will be served.
Where: Northport Historical Society, 215 Main Street, Northport
$60 for members/$70 non-members. Register here. The Stamp Your Passport event series runs in conjunction with the museum’s Immigrants of Northport and East Northport exhibit; get your faux passport stamped at each of our events.


On Cloud 9 at Firefly
Through April 27
A juried exhibition hosted by The Firefly Artists, On Cloud 9 focuses on the ever-shifting sky and images of fog and farther out nebulae, and features artists living on Long Island and in the surrounding region. The exhibition will hang through April 27 in The Darcy Center, in the location’s expanded gallery space.
Where: The Firefly Artists, 162 Main Street, Northport
Please note, the Darcy Arts Center is located on the second floor of the historic building that houses the gallery. Unfortunately, there is no handicapped access to this exhibition.

A Bronx Tale: The Musical
Playing now through Sunday, May 8
Based on Chazz Palminteri’s classic movie, this streetwise musical will take you to the stoops of the Bronx in the 1960s—where a young man is caught between the father he loves and the mob boss he’d love to be. Featuring a doo-wop score, A BRONX TALE: THE MUSICAL is a story about respect, loyalty, love, and above all else: family.
Where: John W. Engeman Theater, 250 Main Street, Northport
For a complete show schedule and more information, contact the theater directly at 631-261-2900, or visit www.EngemanTheater.com.