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More opera on Main, NSO’s spring concert, a sporting goods drive and 5K during Nurses’ Week

Join the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum and Planetarium on a journey into, under, and around the many ecosystems across the planet this Saturday, April 22.

Northport Symphony Orchestra’s Classical Music Concert
Friday, April 28, 8pm
Northport High School, 154 Laurel Hill Road, Northport

A classical music concert featuring Symphony No. 5 by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikowsky, as well as compositions by Samuel Taylor-Coleridge and Ernest Chausson.

The evening’s guest conductor – Eric Mahl – believes in the transformative powers of music above all else and that the study of music is essentially an exploration of the human condition. He strives to cultivate an appreciation and understanding of music played with the highest possible level of artistry. In addition to his work with Northport Symphony Orchestra, Mahl is the conductor and artistic director of Orchestra One, conductor with the Geneva Light Opera Company, and associate conductor of the Greenwich Village Orchestra. He holds similar positions with several youth orchestras.

Tickets are $10 at the door. These concerts are made possible by ticket sales and by donations from advertisers, donors, and audience members. Visit the NSO website for more information.

Live Opera on Main Street
Friday, April 14, 7pm
St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, 270 Main Street, Northport
Opera Night Long Island (ONLI), a nonprofit organization providing the only live opera series performed by accomplished singers on Long Island, continues its monthly program at St.Paul’s. Doors open at 7pm; the program begins at 7:30pm. $10 donation at door/students free. More information is available here.

We Are Guardians Planetarium Show
Saturday, April 22, 3-3:45pm
Vanderbilt Planetarium, 180 Little Neck Road, Centerport
Join the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum and Planetarium on a journey into, under, and around the many ecosystems across the planet. Discover how each component fits together, and how the health of each part is vital to the health of Planet Earth. Find out how, with the help of satellites and scientific study, we can understand the links between human activities and climate change, and what we can do to work together to improve the health of our shared home. This visually stunning show is an immersive science film that features beautiful animation and creative storytelling that viewers of all ages can enjoy together. Ages 8+. Purchase tickets here.

Spring Sporting Goods Drive
Saturday, April 22, 10am-12pm
See flier for details.

Visiting Nurse Service’s 23rd Annual 5K
Saturday, May 13, 9am
505 Main Street, Northport
Participate in the Visiting Nurse Service and Hospice of Suffolk’s 23rd Annual Run for the Health of It during Nurses’ Week, to benefit Hospice House. Cash prizes for top three overall male and female participants; top 1 masters male and female (40+); top 1 nurse, and largest team. Amazon gift cards awarded to the top three in each five-year age group beginning at 14 and under. First 350 participants receive a swag bag valued at more than $25 while supplies last. 9am start, rain or shine with an 8:30am Kids Fun Run. Register here.