Stepping Out
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Laurie Berkner remains at the forefront of the kids music scene. And she’s ready to share some holiday cheer with her fans — as only she can. Everyone will have a jolly good time when Berkner visits Long Island to ring in the holidays, next Sunday, Dec. 17, on The Paramount stage. more
Make merry by hosting a cookie swap party, where guests bring cookies and enjoy some sweet tastes. more
The life and times of the artist pair Arthur Dove and Helen Torr are the focus of Heckscher Museum’s newest exhibit, “Salt Life: Arthur Dove and Helen Torr.” more
The big feast is soon to arrive — and with it the spectacle and delights of the festive season ahead. Before we settle in for that Thanksgiving gathering with family and friends, step out and explore some of the holiday-themed events nearby. more
Another dose of Disney wonder awaits us as we usher in the holiday season. The latest Disney ice spectacle — aptly titled “Magic in the Stars” — arrives at UBS Arena on Nov. 15, to the delight of families who eagerly embrace every Disney moment. more
What do Shakespeare and an ‘80s boy band have in common? In a modern musical production of Shakespeare’s woodsy romance “As You Like It,” quite a lot actually. more
The countdown is on to spooking and assorted revelry. The signs of that festive day are all around us as those ghouls, witches and wizards — along with princesses, pirates, etc. — look forward to Oct. 31. more
Halloween hijinks are everywhere. Families can partake of plenty to see and do as October winds down. Among the many choices, the annual Ghostly Gala at the Long Island Children’s Museum, on Oct. 21, is a popular spot for some not-so-spooky — but still Halloween-ish — fun. more
Immersive art experiences continue to shake up traditional perceptions of “art.” Now Claude Monet, the beloved transformational Impressionist, gets the Van Gogh treatment (which has enticed visitors in various forms since 2021). more
Their absence has been sorely missed by Nassau Pops fans, CP Nassau, the concert’s beneficiary, and orchestra members. Now, after a three-year pandemic-imposed absence, Maestro Louis Panacciuilli and his orchestra are back on the Tilles Center stage with their popular gala concert in support of the Cerebral Palsy Association of Nassau County, next Sunday, Oct. 15. This year the orchestra welcomes Tony Danza and his band as their special guests. more
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