Arts and Culture

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Programs that promote, support, produce and/or provide access to the arts and humanities and other experiences which encourage creativity, and also reflect and preserve the collective artistic, intellectual and cultural heritage of the community.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
ACCESS TO THE ARTSProvides accessible and affordable cultural life for teenagers by offering them $5.00 tickets to various cultural events and museums, as well as special teen programs. Assists arts organizations with audience development. Call for more information.NassauACCESS TO THE ARTSLONG ISLAND ARTS COUNCIL AT FREEPORT
ADULT CULTURAL EDUCATIONAL STUDIESOffers courses for senior citizens designed to foster creativity and personal growth.NassauADULT CULTURAL EDUCATIONAL STUDIESSENIOR CITIZENS OF WESTBURY, INC.
ADULT SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory, Literacy Services, E-Reference, Live Online Study Help, and free downloads of audiobooks, ebooks, music and videos. Informational, educational and cultural programs on a variety of topics are offered and may include: defensive driving, computer classes, concerts, and more. Please contact the library for more information.SuffolkADULT SERVICESCOMSEWOGUE PUBLIC LIBRARY
ADULT SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Reader's Advisory, E-Reference and Answers 24x7. Also offers book discussions, Defensive Driving, computer skills classes and informational seminars and workshops on a variety of topics. Also offers a wide range of programs which may include gardening, sign language and arts and crafts.SuffolkADULT SERVICESEMMA S. CLARK MEMORIAL LIBRARY
ADULT SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Readers Advisory. Offers some programs during the months of July and August which may include entertainment performances and educational programs. Call for specific details.SuffolkADULT SERVICESFISHERS ISLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
ADULT SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory, E-Reference and Live Librarian. Offers AARP Defensive Driving and a wide range of programs which include book discussions, travel series, and bus trips.NassauADULT SERVICESNORTH MERRICK PUBLIC LIBRARY
ADULT SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Reader's Advisory and Live Librarian. Also offers film presentations, informal workshops, the Madelle Hegeler Semerjian Gallery and computer classes. Offers a wide range of programs which include trips, gardening, knitting, bridge and book discussions and passport acceptance facility.SuffolkADULT SERVICESROGERS MEMORIAL LIBRARY
ADULT SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory and E-Reference. Also offers film presentations, concerts, defensive driving and a lecture series on a range of topics as well as book discussions. Call for additional information.NassauADULT SERVICESSHELTER ROCK PUBLIC LIBRARY
AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NASSAU COUNTYOffers a wide range of exhibits and programs to interpret the heritage and contributions of African Americans to the growth and development of the region and the nation. Offers educational programs by reservation. Seasonal programs available. Call for additional information.NassauAFRICAN AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NASSAU COUNTYAFRICAN AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NASSAU COUNTY
ALAN AND HELENE ROSENBERG DISCOVERY MUSEUMProvides an interactive family museum featuring a variety of Jewish life experiences, with displays on customs, history, values, traditions, Israel and the Hebrew language. Offers special holiday programs. Hosted by Suffolk Y Jewish Community Center.SuffolkALAN AND HELENE ROSENBERG DISCOVERY MUSEUMSUFFOLK Y-JCC
ART EXHIBITIONSProvides art gallery exhibitions and docent tours featuring art works by emerging and established artists. Call for information.NassauART EXHIBITIONSGREAT NECK CENTER FOR THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS, INC.
ART LEAGUE OF LONG ISLANDDedicated to broad-based visual arts education. Offers classes, exhibitions, workshops, special events and many other activities for the public. Call or visit website for additional information.SuffolkART LEAGUE OF LONG ISLANDART LEAGUE OF LONG ISLAND
ART PROGRAMSConducts jazz ensemble, offers instrumental music and voice instruction, presents seminars, exhibitions, workshops, and other activities in collaboration with Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts and sponsors Fall Arts and Crafts Fair.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURAL AFFAIRSTOWN OF BABYLON
ART REACHEngages students in activities to learn about the creative process from the perspectives of viewer, creator and performer. Projects include an in-school assembly performance by a professional company, an artist residency, and a showcase of student work in a culminating event at the conclusion of the project. Works to help develop creative and critical thinking while instilling a passion for the arts. Program takes place at Long Island schools. Call for more information.NassauART REACHGREAT NECK CENTER FOR THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS, INC.
ARTS AND LEISUREProvides variety of cultural, educational and recreational programs, including arts and crafts, conversational Hebrew, computer classes, book review club, self-defense/fitness, Israeli dancing, Kosher Culinary Institute, film, cake decorating, Bridge and Scrabble games. Call for further information.NassauARTS AND LEISURETHE MARION & AARON GURAL JCC
ARTS COUNCIL OF THE EAST ISLIP PUBLIC LIBRARYPromotes art and culture in the community. Holds a juried Art Show at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum each October to display the works of local artists age 18 and up. The East Islip Arts Council, a volunteer group promoting art and artists in the community, meets at the library.SuffolkARTS COUNCIL OF THE EAST ISLIP PUBLIC LIBRARYEAST ISLIP PUBLIC LIBRARY
ARTS IN EDUCATION: THE JOURNEY PROGRAMIntegrates the arts into the school curriculum for the understanding and appreciation of cultural diversity. This is accomplished through annual teachers' workshops for professional development and in-service credit, indigenous artists' visits to the schools and the lending program of Discovery Chests containing dozens of cultural artifacts and objects for hands-on experiences within the classroom.SuffolkARTS IN EDUCATION: THE JOURNEY PROGRAMHUNTINGTON ARTS COUNCIL, INC.
BABYLON CHORALEPromotes the understanding and love of the musical arts, particularly classical chorale music. Call for additional information.SuffolkBABYLON CHORALEBABYLON CHORALE
BABYLON VILLAGE YOUTH PROJECTProvides cultural stimulation for youth, and opportunities for voluntary community services. Includes drop-in lounge, activities center, trips to museum, historical sites, homework helpers, recreational activities, arts and crafts, technology classes, sailing and science programs.SuffolkBABYLON VILLAGE YOUTH PROJECTBABYLON VILLAGE YOUTH PROJECT
BAYPORT AERODROME SOCIETYOperates a museum on early aviation during the wartime era between WWI and WWII. Membership composed of aviation professionals and those interested in preserving aviation history. Offers tours to the community. Call or visit the website for additional information.SuffolkBAYPORT AERODROME SOCIETYBAYPORT AERODROME SOCIETY
BAYWAY ARTS CENTEROffers programs in theatre arts including Children's Theatre, Education Repertory, Academy of Musical Theater, TFT: Theater for Teens, and Musical Summer Camp. Call or visit website for additional information.SuffolkBAYWAY ARTS CENTERBROADHOLLOW THEATRE COMPANY
BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMOffers a before and after school program for children ages 5-18 which includes homework help, computers, cultural programs, recreational activities, trips, music appreciation and arts and crafts. Program operates year round.SuffolkBEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMFAITH BAPTIST CHURCH/CORAM
BETHEL AME CHURCH COPIAGUEProvides spiritual guidance, religious services and support for their congregation. Also provides various cultural and educational programs. Call or visit the website for additional information.SuffolkBETHEL AME CHURCH COPIAGUEBETHEL AME CHURCH COPIAGUE
BLACK HISTORY COMMISSIONPromotes sound knowledge and information regarding the cultural heritage of African Americans during the month of February and is used as a resource to develop greater understanding of the lifestyles of the African American cultural background.SuffolkTOWN COUNCILTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
BROADHOLLOW AT ELMONTOffers programs in theatre arts including Children's Theatre, Education Repertory, Academy of Musical Theater, TFT: Theater for Teens, and Musical Summer Camp. Call or visit website for additional information.SuffolkBROADHOLLOW AT ELMONTBROADHOLLOW THEATRE COMPANY
CEDARMEREOffers exhibits in former home of poet-journalist William Cullen Bryant and strolling opportunities on large rustic estate. Call for more information.NassauCEDARMERENASSAU COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND MUSEUMS
CENTER FOR CREATIVE RETIREMENTOffers a self-directed learning centers for retirees. CCR capitalizes on the variety of skills and life experiences of its members. Members act together to design their own programs, and contribute as presenters and discussion participants. CCR is educational and entertaining—stimulating and fun. If you are a retired person who seeks intellectual stimulation, meeting new people and active involvement, CCR is for you. As a s a CCR member, you are involved in a variety of activities which include: Presentations by members and discussions covering a wide variety of interesting topics; Member-led classes on each semester’s topics; Roundtable discussions of current events; Lectures by guest speakers; Day trips to museums, art galleries, and historic sites; Summer get-togethers at CCR member residences and Mid-term and end-of-term luncheons. CCR is administered through the Office of Continuing Education of Long Island University located on the campus of Suffolk Community College in Riverhead. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkCENTER FOR CREATIVE RETIREMENTLIU RIVERHEAD
CENTER FOR INDIA STUDIESOffers a center that was established, to promote a better appreciation of Indian thought, culture, and civilization, by developing expertise and resources for studying India, for the benefit of the university and the community. Nurtured by the dedicated efforts of students and faculty, university administration and the Indian American community, the Center has evolved rapidly to become an academic success story, a proud community asset, and a major national resource center on India. The center offers many services, courses, programs and events. Call the Center for more detailed information.SuffolkCENTER FOR INDIA STUDIESSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
CHARLES B.WANG CENTERIs dedicated to being the foremost world-class center of Asian and Asian American arts and culture. The Charles B. Wang Center manifests this commitment by creating, establishing, organizing and documenting programs of the highest caliber that reflect both traditional and contemporary Asian and Asian American cultures and societies. These programs include exhibitions, films, lectures, conferences, performances, and educational discussions. The Charles B. Wang Center also supports scholarship and publications of eminence and intellectual merit. In public programs that respond to the broad issues of Asian and Asian American arts and culture, the Charles B. Wang Center seeks to create a dialogue between the established and the experimental, and between the past and the present. Central to the Charles B. Wang Center's mission is the encouragement of an ever-deeper understanding and enjoyment of Asian and Asian American arts and culture by diverse local, national and international audiences. These audiences are composed of students, faculty, artists, scholars and general public members of the Stony Brook community that the Center serves. The Wang Center provides a 120,000 square foot building, which houses multifunctional facilities of theater, gallery, lecture hall, chapel and dining hall. The Wang Center also houses Jasmine which is a full-service cafe offering an array of authentic, fresh, and seasonal Asian foods, including Korean, Chinese, Indian, Live Cooking at our New Hibachi Grill, Handmade Sushi, Sushi Burritos and Poke Bowls, and a wide assortment of Flavored Teas and Bubble Teas at our Teahouse. All exhibitions are free and open to the public. Please check the rest of the website for the admission prices of performances, lectures, workshops and film programs.SuffolkCHARLES B.WANG CENTERSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICESProvides Information and Referral, Reference Services and Readers Advisory for children from birth through grade 8. Offers programs during months of July and August. Programs may include entertainment performances and educational programs. Call for specific details.SuffolkCHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICESFISHERS ISLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF THE EAST ENDProvides interactive experiences that foster curiosity in children and create lifelong love of self-directed learning.SuffolkCHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF THE EAST ENDCHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF THE EAST END
CINEMA ARTS CENTRECinema offers a place to meet with frineds-make new ones-before and after the films. There are receptions and meetings with filmmakers and guest speakers. Also Video presentations and panel discussions, workshops, seminars, and music concerts. There is also a Cafe featuring Be Well Organic Vegetarian, Hearty Soups, and other healthy meals.SuffolkCINEMA ARTS CENTRECINEMA ARTS CENTRE
CLARE ROSE PLAYHOUSEServes as a major teaching facility for the college's theater courses and is a training ground for young actors. Year-round, the stage is host for the production of children's theatre, storytelling, theatre for the deaf and an intimate forum for local playwrights and poets. The Playhouse is the site of community theater productions of musicals, dramas, comedies, cabaret acts, musical performances, dance troupes and comedians. Call for the most current list of performances and prices.SuffolkCLARE ROSE PLAYHOUSEST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
COMMUNITY ARTS EVENTSOffers concerts, family arts days and workshops, Outreach Galleries at local banks, children and adult music, literary and arts programs. Parking off of Mills Pond Road.SuffolkCOMMUNITY ARTS EVENTSSMITHTOWN TOWNSHIP ARTS COUNCIL
COMMUNITY LIBRARY FRIENDS OF THE ARTS, INC.Provides high quality cultural activities that make the arts accessible, affordable and fun. Currently presenting a performing arts series consisting of music, dance, and theatre.SuffolkCOMMUNITY LIBRARY FRIENDS OF THE ARTS, INC.MASTICS-MORICHES-SHIRLEY COMMUNITY LIBRARY
COMMUNITY SERVICESProvides Cultural Programs, Homebound Outreach, Career Counseling, Museum passes, Road Test Pre-Licensing Course, Defensive Driving Course, Blood Pressure Screening and a wide range of programs which may include arts/crafts, quilting, various book discussions. T'ai Chi performances and films. Please call for more information.SuffolkCOMMUNITY SERVICESSACHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY
CONCERTSSponsors series of jazz and varied musical concerts at various locations throughout Babylon Town.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURAL AFFAIRSTOWN OF BABYLON
CONTINUING EDUCATIONOffers free courses in: High School Equivalency Adult Basic Education English as a Second Language Evening High School and the Career Resource Center. Also offers classes in: Defensive Driving Introduction to Computers Microsoft Word Money Management Sports Recreation Personal Development Dance SAT Preparation Arts/Crafts Trips. Classes vary. Call for more information.NassauCONTINUING EDUCATIONHICKSVILLE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
CONTINUING EDUCATION AND HERRICKS EXTENSIONOffers free classes in English as a Second Language. Also offers classes in: Windows XP, Internet, Microsoft Word I & II, Microsoft Excel I, Microsoft Publisher, Quicken 2001, Digital Photography, Defensive Driving, Boating Safety, Notary Public, College Finance, Retirement Plans, Elder Law, Exercise, Yoga, Sports, Cooking, Foreign Language Instruction (Spanish), Personal Enrichment, Music, History, Literature, Arts/Crafts/Stichery, SAT Review, Trips and Games. Call for additional information.CONTINUING EDUCATION AND HERRICKS EXTENSIONROSLYN UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
COPIAGUE YOUTH COUNCILProvides educational, cultural and recreational activities which include a daily Homework Club, workshop on self-esteem and decision making and referrals for free individual counseling. Computers are available for school projects and reports.SuffolkCOPIAGUE YOUTH COUNCILCOPIAGUE YOUTH COUNCIL
CRADLE OF AVIATION MUSEUMDedicated to celebrating the history of LI's contributions to American aviation. Permanent and changing exhibits, incorporates educational programs and an IMAX theater. Presents full-size dioramic scenes/displays relative to aviation history. Displays contemporary aircraft and Apollo Lunar Module.NassauCRADLE OF AVIATION MUSEUMNASSAU COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND MUSEUMS
CRAFT EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND + ARTISTS' EMERGENCY RESOURCESOffers financial support, booth waiver fees, and discounts on, and/or donations of craft supplies and equipment to professional craft artists experiencing emergencies in an effort to strengthen and sustain the careers of artists across the United States.CRAFT EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND + ARTISTS' EMERGENCY RESOURCESCRAFT EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND + ARTISTS' EMERGENCY RESOURCES
CRAFT FAIRSOffers an opportunity for craft vendors to display and sell their products.NassauCRAFT FAIRSLONG ISLAND ARTS COUNCIL AT FREEPORT
DISCOVER MUSIC SERIESOffers to the general public a series of 12 workshops providing information on a variety of types and styles of music.SuffolkDISCOVER MUSIC SERIESISLIP ARTS COUNCIL, INC.
DIVISION OF CULTURAL AFFAIRSProvides a wide variety of cultural programs for children and adults, including crafts, music instruction, Kid in Nature, Children's Theater Workshops, dance programs, Americana Fair, Summer Concert Series, Creative Writing Workshop, Atlantique Beach Camps, trips, fairs, Snapper Derby, fairs, festivals, specialty camps, special events and sunset cruises.DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURAL AFFAIRSTOWN OF ISLIP
DOCENT LED GALLERY TOURSOffers docent led gallery tours for school students linking the current exhibition to the school curriculum. 11/2 to 2 hour tours are available to schools (K-12) throughout the school year. Includes tour, art search, and exhibition related art project. Tours are especially designed and age appropriate. Tours are also available for adults. NassauDOCENT LED GALLERY TOURSGREAT NECK CENTER FOR THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS, INC.
EDUCATIONAL ENRICHMENTOffers child's exposure to cultural programs and guests, and conducts field trips geared toward productivity. Includes activities such as plays, concerts and seminars. Call for further information.EDUCATIONAL ENRICHMENTCHOICE FOR ALL, INC.
EDUCATIONAL ENRICHMENTOffers children exposure to cultural programs and guests, and conducts field trips geared toward productivity. Includes activities such as plays, concerts, and seminars.NassauEDUCATIONAL ENRICHMENTLITTIG HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMSOffers a Saturday Cultural Program to help youth learn their language, history and culture. Participants must speak Spanish. Call for further information.NassauEDUCATIONAL PROGRAMSCIRCULO DE LA HISPANIDAD, INC.
EXHIBITION PROGRAM-MAIN STREET PETITE GALLERYOffers juried art shows and curated exhibits. Masters Show for Best in Show and Honorable Mention winners of juried shows. Receptions are every show opening, offering gallery talks and opportunities to meet exhibiting artists. Gallery lease opportunities.SuffolkEXHIBITION PROGRAM-MAIN STREET PETITE GALLERYHUNTINGTON ARTS COUNCIL, INC.
FAITH BIBLE CHURCHProvides spiritual guidance, religious services and support for their congregation. Also provides various cultural and educational programs. Call or visit the website for additional information.SuffolkFAITH BIBLE CHURCHFAITH BIBLE CHURCH
FIREPLACE LITERARY CLUBConsists of a group of Community Members whose main purpose is to benefit and contribute annually to the Brookhaven Free Library and South Country Library, 22 Station Road, Bellport. Meetings are held at both buildings. Call for dates, time and location.SuffolkFIREPLACE LITERARY CLUBFIREPLACE LITERARY CLUB
FREE CONCERT SERIESProvides free concerts at Bayard Cutting Arboretum during January, February, June, July, August. Free concerts at East Islip Public Library in March and October. Free concerts a Sayville Common Ground, Dowling College and all Town parks, marinas and golf courses.SuffolkFREE CONCERT SERIESISLIP ARTS COUNCIL, INC.
FRIENDS OF THE BAY SHORE-BRIGHTWATERS PERFORMING ARTS SERIESOffers Performing Arts Programs that provide dance and musical performances in association with Suffolk Community College. Includes chamber, classical ballet, ethnic dance groups, solo musical performances and more. Call for schedule and ticket information. Also encourages benefactions, gifts, endowments and bequests to the Performing Arts Series.SuffolkFRIENDS OF THE BAY SHORE-BRIGHTWATERS PERFORMING ARTS SERIESBAY SHORE-BRIGHTWATERS PUBLIC LIBRARY
FRIENDS OF THE LONGWOOD PUBLIC LIBRARYFriends foster closer relations between the library and the community support the library's functions, resources, services and needs and encourage benefactions, gifts, endowments and bequests to the Longwood Public Library. Please call for more information.SuffolkFRIENDS OF THE LONGWOOD PUBLIC LIBRARYLONGWOOD PUBLIC LIBRARY
GOLD COAST INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS THE FURMAN FILM SERIESOffers commercial, foreign, art and independent films for adults followed by a lively discussion between the audience, scholars and filmmakers. Call for information.NassauGOLD COAST INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS THE FURMAN FILM SERIESGREAT NECK CENTER FOR THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS, INC.
GREATER PORT JEFFERSON-NORTHERN BROOKHAVEN ARTS COUNCILSupports artistic activity in the Northern Brookhaven area embodying music, film, theater, literature, dance, visual arts and all educational and cultural endeavors as they relate to the arts.SuffolkGREATER PORT JEFFERSON-NORTHERN BROOKHAVEN ARTS COUNCILGREATER PORT JEFFERSON-NORTHERN BROOKHAVEN ARTS COUNCIL
GREAT NECK HOUSEProvides cultural activities including movies, live performances, classes and art exhibits. Classes are offered year round. Aerobics, acting, ceramics, cooking, crafts, dance, drama and exercise classes are offered for adults. Children's classes are also offered. Call for more information.NassauGREAT NECK HOUSEGREAT NECK PARK DISTRICT
HECKSCHER MUSEUM OF ARTPermanent collection contains over 2,500 works from the 15th-20th Century. Sponsors lectures, classes, workshops and concerts for adults and children. Tours for schools and other groups by appointment. Call for information. Publishes Newsletter.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION DIVISION OF CULTURAL AFFAIRSTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
HIBERNIAN FESTIVAL SINGERSProfessional choir that practices and performs concerts for community and private events. Call for additional information.SuffolkHIBERNIAN FESTIVAL SINGERSHIBERNIAN FESTIVAL SINGERS
HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY MUSEUMAdvances knowledge and understanding through experiences with authentic works of art from the world’s diverse cultures. The Museum’s mission is achieved through collection acquisition and preservation, exhibitions and interpretive resources. The Hofstra University Museum initiates and facilitates rich and varied cultural and artistic explorations in an atmosphere that promotes the open exchange of ideas. The Hofstra University Museum was founded in 1963 and is an American Alliance of Museums (AAM) nationally accredited museum. The museum has a permanent collection of approximately 5,000 works of art in varied media dating from the ancient to the contemporary, and includes American artists of the 18th through 21th centuries. The museum is open year-round to the public with free admission and offers educational and public programs (i.e., lectures, performances, workshops, tours). The Hofstra University Museum has been awarded the highest honor a museum can receive, continued accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM). Approximately 3-4% of museums nationwide have earned this distinguished recognition. Accreditation certifies that the Hofstra University Museum operates according to professional standards, manages its collections responsibly and provides quality service to the public. Call for more detailed information.NassauHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY MUSEUMHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
HUNTINGTON BEAUTIFICATION COUNCILCivic organization whose mission is to promote and to improve the quality of life in the Huntington community. Call for additional information.SuffolkHUNTINGTON BEAUTIFICATION COUNCILHUNTINGTON BEAUTIFICATION COUNCIL
HUNTINGTON CHORAL SOCIETYPromotes the understanding and love of the musical arts, particularly classical choral music. Call for additional information.SuffolkHUNTINGTON CHORAL SOCIETYHUNTINGTON CHORAL SOCIETY
INSTITUTE FOR LIFELONG LEARNINGOffers a membership program that has been in existence at Molloy College since 1992. Most members are retirees, however, not everyone, nor is this a requisite for membership. Many members are consultants, work part time, own their own business or volunteer and are therefore at liberty to participate in day activities. Some members are in their fifties, sixties, seventies, some in their eighties and beyond. All ages are welcome, men and women, singles or couples, as long as there is a willingness to participate in learning and to maintain a rigorous mind. Members have one thing in common: love of learning, leading an interesting, stimulating and satisfying life. The Molloy Institute limits the size of the membership to keep a genial and warm atmosphere among the group, thereby promoting a close rapport with other learners, faculty and presenters.As a member of MILL you are also entitled to audit undergraduate credit classes on a space available basis (Rockville Centre MILL Groups only). Your participation is encouraged regardless of your previous level of formal education and scholarships are available. MILL membership is culturally diversified and invites participants from varied religions and ethnic backgrounds. When joining one must decide which day is preferable for one's schedule. There is no minimum nor maximum age to belong to the Institute. All you need is a desire to learn and to enjoy friendly and stimulating people. Members are invited to present one session to their group each year. By leading one session on current events, book or movie review, or a personal experience, the member is able to feel closer to the group and the group with the presenter. Trips are scheduled throughout the year. Membership requires an application and there are a limited number of memberships available. Membership is valid from September 1 to August 31 each year and lectures usually start mid-September and runs until mid-June. However, it is possible to join one of the MILL groups throughout the year if space is available. We invite and encourage interested applicants to come to a session prior to joining MILL. There is an annual membership fee for singles and couples. For an application, to schedule a free visit to one of our lectures or for further information call Jessie Prasad, MILL Program Assistant at 516.323.3940. or email her at: FOR LIFELONG LEARNINGMOLLOY COLLEGE
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATUREProvides a context for the interplay of Philosophy, Literary Theory, and Cultural/Textual Studies, the Association brings together scholars from the full range of disciplines concerned with philosophical, historical, critical, and theoretical issues.SuffolkINTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATUREINTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE
IRISH STUDIES INSTITUTEWorks to illuminate and document the central role Irish Americans have played, and continue to play, in the United States; and to extend and enrich exchanges between Irish Americans and those from other cultural backgrounds. The Institute will highlight the rich history, integration and cultural exchanges of the Irish throughout the New York metropolitan area and beyond. Sample courses Include: Irish Language & Gaelic Culture Classes (Beginners-Intermediate-Advanced). To register and for more information contact Jackie Williams at (516) 323-4730, Please check our website for additional programming for the Fall of 2018 at: STUDIES INSTITUTEMOLLOY COLLEGE
JAMES STREET PLAYERSOffers local community theatre based in Babylon. Call for more information.SuffolkJAMES STREET PLAYERSJAMES STREET PLAYERS
JAPAN CENTERCreates a bridge between the university and the local community and promoting education and research in the study of Japan, Japanese culture and society and the lives of both Japanese culture and society and the lives of both Japanese and Japanese-Americans. The Japan Center organizes symposia, lectures, workshops, performances, film festivals, educational events and outreach programs. Call the center for more information.SuffolkJAPAN CENTERSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
JOHN DREW THEATERProvides theater, dance and musical productions for the community. Call for more information.SuffolkJOHN DREW THEATERGUILD HALL OF EAST HAMPTON
JURIED PHOTOGRAPHY SHOWOffers an annual photography show, open to amateurs and professionals of all ages throughout the United States. Sponsors an Awards Reception open to the public. Call for more information.NassauJURIED PHOTOGRAPHY SHOWLONG ISLAND ARTS COUNCIL AT FREEPORT
LIBRARY FRIENDS FOUNDATIONFriends foster closer relations between the library and the Community, Support the library's functions, resources, services and needs and encourage benefactions, gifts, endowments and bequests to the Cold Spring Harbor Library. Call for more information.SuffolkLIBRARY FRIENDS FOUNDATIONCOLD SPRING HARBOR LIBRARY
LONG ISLAND CHILDREN'S MUSEUMProvides a learning laboratory where hands-on exhibits invite visitors to experiment, examine and play. Through lively interdisciplinary activities, children and adults can share in excitement of the learning process as they explore the world in which we live. Newsletter, Agency brochure, Calendar of events, educational material. Serves Nassau and Suffolk Counties and the statewide geographic area.NassauLONG ISLAND CHILDREN'S MUSEUMLONG ISLAND CHILDREN'S MUSEUM
LONG ISLAND DANCE CONSORTIUMProvides education, awareness and understanding of all forms of dance in Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Comprises presenters, dance advocates, dance professionals, arts councils, and dance related groups.SuffolkLONG ISLAND DANCE CONSORTIUMLONG ISLAND DANCE CONSORTIUM
LONG ISLAND SCHOOL OF CHINESETeaches mandarin chinese and chinese culture to local communities. Different levels of chinese are offered from pre-K-12 as well as adult classes and CSL(Chinese as a Second Language). Parents and grandparents are encouraged to join choir, choose Tai ji Yoga and dancing classes. Call for more information.SuffolkLONG ISLAND SCHOOL OF CHINESELONG ISLAND SCHOOL OF CHINESE
LOUNGE PROGRAMProvides a drop-in lounge, trips, organized sports and cultural enrichment activities for the 10-20 year old youth who are Hicksville and surrounding area residents.NassauLOUNGE PROGRAMHICKSVILLE TEENAGE COUNCIL, INC.
MOLLOY COLLEGE ART GALLERYExhibits nationally and internationally renowned artists throughout the year and has been recognized by the New York Times and Newsday many times. Our gallery schedule also includes two student exhibitions each year. The gallery was founded in 1997. Our mission is to promote and support Long Island artists and Long Island arts organizations. The Art Gallery hosts opening receptions for all exhibitions, which are free and the public is invited to attend. Call for the more detailed information.NassauMOLLOY COLLEGE ART GALLERYMOLLOY COLLEGE
MUSIC FOR MONTAUKProvides a variety of musical programs for the Montauk Community and its neighboring villages. Classical, jazz, american musical theatre, ethnic and american music are presented in five concerts from October to May at the Montauk Public School.SuffolkMUSIC FOR MONTAUKMUSIC FOR MONTAUK
NORTHPORT ARTS COALITIONPromotes the Town of Northport as a vibrant hub for the arts.SuffolkNORTHPORT ARTS COALITIONNORTHPORT ARTS COALITION
NORTHPORT COMMUNITY BANDOffers free concerts to Long Isalnd music lovers at the Robert W. Krueger Bandstand at Northport Village Park overlooking Northport Harbor on 5 consecutive summer Thursday evenings.SuffolkNORTHPORT COMMUNITY BANDNORTHPORT COMMUNITY BAND
OFFICE FOR THE AGINGSponsors a variety of facilities/activities for senior citizens such as picnics, clubs, workshops and others. Call for information.NassauOFFICE FOR THE AGINGNASSAU COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND MUSEUMS
OFFICE OF FILM AND CULTURAL AFFAIRSAdministers County grants for the arts program. Manages Suffolk County Film Office. Coordinates and fosters cultural development throughout the county.SuffolkOFFICE OF FILM AND CULTURAL AFFAIRSSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING
OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTEOpen to all retired and semi-retired individuals who are interested in expanding their intellectual horizons in a university setting. Avenues for participation include: peer-taught workshops, lectures, special events, committees, and social activities. Members should plan to be contributing participants in their workshops. Involvement includes but is not limited to discussion of assigned readings, reports, debates, and panels. Members are welcome and encouraged to attend general meetings and committee meetings in an effort to share the responsibilities for the growth and well-being of OLLI. The curriculum is the core of the program, as OLLI is a cooperative that utilizes its members’ experiences and talents to plan and lead workshops and educational programs for themselves and their colleagues.. This program is administered by Stony Brook University's School of Professional Development. For further information call or visit the website.SuffolkOSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTESTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
PARRISH ART MUSEUMDevoted to the collection, preservation, interpretation and dissemination of American art with particular focus on the art of the East End of Long Island. The museum is committed to bringing art and people together in its education and outreach programs. Call or visit website for additional information.SuffolkPARRISH ART MUSEUMPARRISH ART MUSEUM
PENNYSAVER AMPHITHEATER AT BALD HILLSponsors activities in cooperation with the Long Island Center at Brookhaven. In addition to the free concert series a number of organizations run events at Bald Hill.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESOURCESTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT COURSESProvides non-credit continuing education personal enrichment courses at each of the campuses. Sample course offerings include: Basic Digital Photography; Intermediate Digital Photography; Portrait Photography; Antiques for Fun and Profit; Basic Spanish for Travelers; Intensive Practical Spanish; Community Spanish; Basic French for Travelers; Basic Italian for Travelers; Basic Italian II for Travelers; Wood Carving I; Wood Whittling For Beginners; Perennials and Bulbs. Courses vary each semester and are held at various locations. Call for details and a brochure.SuffolkPERSONAL ENRICHMENT COURSESSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
PLAINVIEW CHINESE CULTURAL CENTEROffers Chinese language and cultural courses to children 4 years and older, and adults. Call for more information.NassauPLAINVIEW CHINESE CULTURAL CENTERPLAINVIEW CHINESE CULTURAL CENTER
POLLOCK-KRASNER HOUSE AND STUDY CENTERSponsors programs on art and art history for the scholarly community and for the general public. Houses research collections on the art of Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner and their contemporaries. Located in East Hampton, the center is open to the public: May–October on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and closed Sundays–Wednesdays. The center, a National Historic Landmark, is operated as an historic site and research facility, and consists of the artists' house, their studio, and the study center containing the art reference library. Special tours are available to school groups, as well as to the general public. For information and a brochure call (631)324-4929.SuffolkPOLLOCK-KRASNER HOUSE AND STUDY CENTERSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
PROGRAMS AND EVENTSOffers many free public programs from dramatic performances to concerts, lectures and workshops. Call or visit the website for further information. and this season's schedule.SuffolkPROGRAMS AND EVENTSLONG ISLAND MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART, HISTORY, AND CARRIAGES
QUEENS-NASSAU BRANCHEncourages and fosters women's roles in the fields of art, writing and music. Offers workshops, discussion groups and lectures related to the creative process. Conducts writing and poetry contests, art exhibitions and music composition competitions at various levels within the organization.NassauQUEENS-NASSAU BRANCHNATIONAL LEAGUE OF AMERICAN PEN WOMEN, INC.
RECREATION ACTIVITIESProvides after school recreation activities for youth in Middle School. Contract agency of the Brookhaven Town Youth Bureau.SuffolkRECREATION ACTIVITIESNORTH SHORE YOUTH COUNCIL
ROCK HALL MUSEUMOffers many public programs including concerts, lectures, October Country Fair, storytelling, Watercolor Workshop in the Garden, Children's Garden Club, and a variety of changing exhibits. Friends of Rock Hall are volunteers who raise funds and sponsor historic research. Call for further information.NassauDEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATIONTOWN OF HEMPSTEAD
SATURDAY CLASSES FOR YOUNG PEOPLEOffers more than 75 courses in academics, arts, athletics and test preparation on Saturdays for children ages 3 through 18 years. Saturday Classes for Young People encourage and inspire your child in the pursuit of knowledge and the love of learning. Children blossom in our small classroom settings. Winter and summer programs are 6-weeks long, while spring and fall sessions run 8 weeks. Choose from many classes including; reading, math, academics, STEM/STEAM, cartooning, theater, art, video game development, Minecraft, swimming instruction and even exercise classes for parents. Also offered is the Hofstra Gifted Academy (HGA) Children thrive in our small classes with low student-to-teacher ratios. They respond with enthusiasm to the personal enrichment and socialization not teaching to the test. In addition spring break camps are available. Call for more detailed information regarding each program.NassauSATURDAY CLASSES FOR YOUNG PEOPLEHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
SCHOOL AND AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMSOffers programs for school children, pre-k through 12th grade, September through June. Call or visit website for further information and current exhibit schedule.SuffolkSCHOOL AND AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMSLONG ISLAND MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART, HISTORY, AND CARRIAGES
SCHOOL OF CULTURAL ARTSOffers fine art, music and exercise classes for adults and children. All classes are taught by professionals in their fields. Classes take place at the Museum School in Brookwood Hall. Call or visit website for more information.SuffolkSCHOOL OF CULTURAL ARTSISLIP ARTS COUNCIL, INC.
SENIOR AUDITING PROGRAMOffers adults who are 60 years of age or older the chance to audit most New York State funded, credit-bearing courses at the University at Stony Brook during the Fall and Spring Terms. There is a $50 auditing fee for each session, provided space is available in the classroom and the instructor permits auditors. The exceptions to this policy include foreign language and English literature courses, including programs at Southampton, laboratory courses, studio art courses, online courses, physical education courses, instrumental music courses and Health Sciences Center courses, as well as courses offered in self-supporting non-credit programs sponsored by the School of Professional Development, Crafts Center, Museum of Long Island Natural Sciences, and Division of Physical Education and Athletics, among others. Theregistration fee provides seniors: attendance in one course, without credit, formal recognition, or the meeting of any of the course requirements (subject to permission of instructor); Campus ID Card usage; faculty/staff parking privileges; and library circulation privileges. Call for registration times. Catalogs and class schedules are available at that time.SuffolkSENIOR AUDITING PROGRAMSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
SENIOR CITIZENSOffers Suffolk County residents 60 years of age or older the ability to attend credit-bearing courses on a space available basis without paying tuition. Please note, however, that senior citizens are expected to pay required college fees. In addition, Senior citizens enrolling in a physical education, internship, cooperative education or field placement course/program are required to pay a non-refundable Accident Insurance Fee. Those who attend courses through this program do not receive academic credit but have an opportunity to develop their personal and professional interests by attending the classes as audit students. It should be understood that no grades can be earned or recorded for participation in these courses. The College cannot extend this opportunity to attend courses on a space available basis to senior citizens registering for non-credit courses, since the latter must be financially self-supporting. Each semester a special registration time is set aside for senior citizens who wish to avail themselves of this program. Additional information may be obtained by calling the campus Registrar's Office. Senior citizens are also invited to attend the theatre productions, concerts, art exhibits and lectures sponsored by the College. Most events have no admission charge, although tickets may be required.SuffolkSENIOR CITIZENSSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
SENIOR SERVICESThe Town of Hempstead has 120 senior citizen clubs and 16 centers, which are open five days a week. Social, recreational and educational opportunities are provided. A variety of cultural and educational programs, films and speakers are also available. The centers offer podiatry service, blood pressure screenings, health and nutrition programs, income tax assistance and Vial of Life programs.NassauDEPARTMENT OF SENIOR ENRICHMENTTOWN OF HEMPSTEAD
SENIOR SERVICESServices designed to meet the needs and interests of older adults, include Taproot creative writing program, senior bus transportation program, tax counseling and AARP Defensive Driver Safety Courses.SuffolkSENIOR SERVICESEMMA S. CLARK MEMORIAL LIBRARY
SISTER MARY CELESTE BECK AUDITING SERIESOffers courses in cooperation with the Communication Arts, English, Music, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology and Theology Departments at Molloy College. Participation of the community in these courses are welcomed and the cost is $50 per course. Courses are for the entire semester. The student is exposed to 45 clock hours of instruction and lecture. The student will not receive college credit for the course(s). Sample course offerings include: Literature In The Digital Age; Chaucer; Prose And Poetry Of The Romantic Period and African American Literature From 18th Century To 1940. Courses vary each semester. Call for more information.NassauSISTER MARY CELESTE BECK AUDITING SERIESMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
SPECIAL EVENTSPresents holiday parade and tree lighting ceremony in December and an Eggstravaganza in the Spring for children 1-10 years old.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURAL AFFAIRSTOWN OF BABYLON
SPECIAL EVENTS/PERFORMANCESOffers special events, musical and theatrical performances for adults, seniors, and children. Call for information. Serves Nassau County and Queens residents.NassauSPECIAL EVENTS/PERFORMANCESGREAT NECK CENTER FOR THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS, INC.
SPLASHES OF HOPEProvides mural paintings of comforting scenes for patients in hospitals. These mural artists have brought smiles and joy to thousands of children and their families in hospitals around the world. Call for more information.SuffolkSPLASHES OF HOPESPLASHES OF HOPE
STALLER CENTER FOR THE ARTSOffers performances that educate, enlighten and entertain audiences across the University, greater community and region. We produce and present outstanding and diverse professional and university sponsored performances, exhibits and educational programs in the areas of music, dance, theater, film, and fine art. The Staller Center hosts hundreds of events every year. Our biggest point of pride is our annual live performance season, featuring the best in live music, dance, and theatrical performances. We also host movies throughout the year with a Fall and Spring Friday Night Movie Series, as well as our very own Stony Brook Film Festival, featuring the 10 days of the best in independent films. With numerous annual art exhibitions in our Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery, as well as University sponsored and Academic events, there is something for everyone at Staller Center. See our upcoming events below or view our full calendar by clicking the button below. In addition an Arts & Education Outreach program is available. All Staller Center Arts and Education Outreach are supported by generous private donations from individuals who value advancing the arts in young minds. We invite you to join us at a Staller Center Arts & Education Outreach program and experience the excitement in the air. The Staller Center is dedicated to providing cultural arts experiences and educational opportunities to the local community and Stony Brook University students of all ages from preschool through young adult. Through the Barbara N. Wien Arts & Education Endowment as well as an anonymously funded Educational Outreach Endowment, Staller Center can share the arts through programs such as First on Us, master-classes, complimentary tickets and busing for area schools, orchestra to orchestra and the ever-popular Instrument Petting Zoo. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSTALLER CENTER FOR THE ARTSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
STEINBERG MUSEUM OF ARTSteinberg Museum of Art is currently relocating to the lower level of the B. Davis Schwartz Library at LIU Post. We look forward to renovations beginning in April 2017 and will reopen in September 2017. Steinberg Museum of Art Museum is the caretaker of Long Island University's Permanent Art Collection. The University began acquiring work in the early 1970s and over the last three decades more than 650 new works have entered the collection through gifts and donations. The Steinberg Museum of Art is free and open to the public. Call for more detailed information.NassauSTEINBERG MUSEUM OF ARTLIU POST
STORY ARTSOffers Curriculum Ideas Exchange, Storytelling Lesson Plans and Activities, Story Library, and Story Arts Theatre. Also offers Musings a newsletter that contains thoughts and ideas about the art of telling tales.SuffolkSTORY ARTSSTORY ARTS
SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT SERIESProvides four chamber music concerts at Boulton Center, Bay Shore.SuffolkSUBSCRIPTION CONCERT SERIESISLIP ARTS COUNCIL, INC.
SUMMER ARTS ACADEMYOffers an intensive four-week program in the visual and performing arts. The Summer Arts Academy offers individualized coaching and small group instruction by professional artists who are experienced master teachers. Interested students in grades 6–12 may enroll in creative writing, dance, drama, musical theatre, instrumental or vocal music, digital music, digital media, or visual arts. Located at the Long Island High School for the Arts in Syosset, classes are held weekdays in July. Call for more detailed information.NassauSUMMER ARTS ACADEMYNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS
SUMMER ARTS CAMPOffers full and half day week long summer camp for children of all ages who have a passion for art. Camp begins July 6 through Aug 28, 2015.SuffolkSUMMER ARTS CAMPSMITHTOWN TOWNSHIP ARTS COUNCIL
SUMMER ARTS FESTIVALPresents over 40 free performances at Heckscher Park, Huntington in June, July and August annually. Call for schedule of events or check website.SuffolkSUMMER ARTS FESTIVALHUNTINGTON ARTS COUNCIL, INC.
SUMMER PROGRAMProvides a six-week full day program of educational enrichment, recreation, cultural awareness, and performing arts classes and activities for ages 5 to 13. Call for more information.NassauSUMMER PROGRAMMANHASSET/GREAT NECK ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COUNCIL
THE MADISON THEATRECreates a versatile, first-class facility that will offer a diverse range of world-class entertainment for the South Shore and greater Long Island region. Situated only 30 minutes from Manhattan, we will strive to be an incubator for creative development for the artistic community while educating and inspiring young performers, writers, and technicians for careers within the entertainment industry. We share in the College’s belief that artistic expression and appreciation is an important part of the development of the full person. The 550-seat theatre hosts a variety of world-class performers from the world of theatre, music, dance, cabaret, comedy and more. Please visit the Madison Theatre's site for more detailed information.NassauTHE MADISON THEATREMOLLOY COLLEGE
THE PLAYCRAFTERSPromotes theatrical arts and the production of plays by non-professionals. Call for more information and showtimes.SuffolkTHE PLAYCRAFTERSTHE PLAYCRAFTERS
THE YMCA BOULTON CENTERProvides high quality arts programs that entertain, educate and inspire the culturally, racially, and economically diverse population of Long Island. A wide range of programs and classes are offered across the arts spectrum including music, dance, film and spoken word. Particular emphasis is placed on education and outreach.SuffolkTHE YMCA BOULTON CENTERYMCA OF LONG ISLAND, INC.
TILLES CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTSLocated on the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University in Brookville the Center presents over 70 performances by world-renowned artists in music, theater and dance each season. Among the artists and ensembles that have been presented by the Center are the Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Seiji Ozawa, cellist Yo-Yo Ma, the Big Apple Circus, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, James Taylor, the Paper Bag Players, Wynton Marsalis, and the MET Orchestra with James Levine. In addition, Tilles Center is home to important regional arts organizations including the Long Island Philharmonic and Eglevsky Ballet. Tilles Center’s Concert Hall seats 2242 and features orchestral performances, fully-staged operas, ballets and modern dance, along with Broadway shows, and all forms of music, dance and theater from around the world. Chamber music, cabaret, solo recitals, and theater productions for children and adults are presented in the one intimate 490 seat Hillwood Recital Hall. For more information call the box office or visit the center on-line at CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTSLIU POST
TOWNSHIP THEATRE GROUPA voluntary, community theatre company performing plays and musicals. Main stage performances presented at Temple Beth El, 660 Park Avenue, Huntington. Also sponsors a Touring Company that performs in libraries. Membership organization holding 7 meetings per year in South Huntington. See website calendar for current season performance dates and meetings.SuffolkTOWNSHIP THEATRE GROUPTOWNSHIP THEATRE GROUP
UNIONDALE COMMUNITY COUNCIL, INC.Offers multi-service youth program providing recreation, afterschool programs, crisis intervention, information and referral, educational workshops, cultural enrichment, and a summer camp.NassauUNIONDALE COMMUNITY COUNCIL, INC.UNIONDALE COMMUNITY COUNCIL, INC.
WEST ISLIP SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAA professional concert band performing a variety of music at various locations throughout Islip. Concerts performed in November, March, May and August. Call or visit website for more information.SuffolkWEST ISLIP SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAWEST ISLIP SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
WET PAINTS STUDIO GROUP, INC.Dedicated to promoting fine arts on Long Island. Provides workshops, visiting artist demonstrations, and networking opportunities for Long Island artists. Provides a scholarship fund which is awarded each year to a high school graduate seeking studies in art. Meets every Tuesday night at 7:30pm at the Gillette House, Sayville. E-Mail for more information.SuffolkWET PAINTS STUDIO GROUP, INC.WET PAINTS STUDIO GROUP, INC.
WORLD MUSIC SERIESOffers to the public a free World Music Series consisting of four concerts showcasing Latin influences.SuffolkWORLD MUSIC SERIESISLIP ARTS COUNCIL, INC.
WUSB 90.1 FMOperates one of Long Island’s largest non-commercial, free-form radio station, WUSB 90.1 FM in stereo, 24 hours a day all year long which can be heard throughout Suffolk County, Nassau County and Southern Connecticut, parts of NYC (Brooklyn and Queens) and Westchester County. It can be heard over the internet, by using the links at the top of any pages on the WUSB website. Programming includes interviews, commentary, jazz, pop, punk, noise, funk, blues, rock, folk, reggae, polka, world music, live music, music by local artists and more public affairs shows, Also offers Stony Brook Seawolves sports broadcasts. Daily program information can be obtained by calling (631)632-WUSB. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkWUSB 90.1 FMSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
YOUNG INDIAN CULTURAL GROUPDedicated to preserving Indian Culture through teaching traditions, stories, cultural values and performing arts Maintaining strong skills in languages like Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu and Sanskrit Conducting workshops and courses for the community Training cultural teachers to continue the traditions Developing teaching materials and curriculum for teachers Developing leadership programs for youth and families and serving as a community resource to Asian Indians and other groups.NassauYOUNG INDIAN CULTURAL GROUPYOUNG INDIAN CULTURAL GROUP
YOUTH OPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITED**During the COVID pandemic, the EOC switchboard is staffed part time from 7:30 to 1 pm M-F with no voicemail option. If you are unable to reach a staff member, please call back during the hours indicated.** Offers a comprehensive year round program including participation in local youth councils and a County-wide youth council. Summer programs include youth employment, leisure time and recreational/cultural activities. Also offers a Martial Arts Program, career explorations, Martin Luther King Scholarship which is given annually to deserving students, and the Kearse Soccer Clinic. Year round individual and family counseling offered. Tutorial and homework assistance is also available as well as workshops on substance prevention, underage drinking, teenage pregnancy, and HIV/AIDS. Call for more information.NassauYOUTH OPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITEDECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION OF NASSAU COUNTY, INC.

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