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NS Events: Where to go, What to show!
events along the North Shore and will feature
art, fundraising, music, theater, film, dance,
opera, literature, poetry, lectures and sports.
Welcome to The North Shoreian Events Cal- able for entertainment, education and char-
Please email me at
endar. After a year of preparing this calendar, ity. See you out and about ! This column
30 days prior to your event .
it still amazes me the variety of events avail- will endeavor to be the definitive source for
Marie Ann Mordeno, Events Editor
“I wandered lonely as a cloud
For more info call (631 689-1601) or online at info@.
That floats on high o’er vales and hills,
Through May 25th
When all at once I saw a crowd –
A host of golden daffodils.”
Nassau County Museum of Art
Runs to October 25th
William Wordsworth
Facing Destiny: Children in European Portraiture
(1500-1900) in Main Galleries Cathy McClure:
Growing Up On Long Island at the Long Island
Menagerie; Circus & Robotic Animals in Contem-
porary Gallery
An entertaining thrill ride through the past 200 years of
childhood across the region. Features 140 paintings,
Runs Through April 6th
photographs and artifacts. Even Jerry Seinfeld’s report
card and Walt Whitman’s desk.
A BRILLIANT DISGUISE at Main Street Petite
The Long Island Museum, 1200 Route 25A, Stony
Brook. 631 751-0066 or online at www.LongIsland-
A portrait exhibit juried by portraitist & muralist Ma-
rio Tucci; 30 artists.
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am to 5pm; 1st two Sat. until 4pm.
For info. 631 271-8423 or online at www.huntington-
Huntington Arts Council, Main Street Petite Gallery,
Sunday, April 5th
213 Main St., Huntington
Anna Katsavos, author of the Book Chat Column
Runs April 14th to June 15th
of The North Shoreian, discusses Jhumpa Lahiri’s
inslow Homer: Illustrating W America in Second
latest work, Unaccustomed Earth.
Floor Galleries
Long Island Artist: Jill Amorosano at Apple Bank
Book Chats at Borghese Vineyard in Cutchogue at
Andy arhol SilkscrW eens Sponsored in part by Lor -
The exhibition is part of STAC’s Outreach Gallery Pro-
raine Burnathan in Library Gallery
gram and can be viewed during bank hours. Amorosa-
$20 fee includes wine, cheese and 2 hour interactive
NCMA’s Sculpture Park – On the Grounds
no has won awards and has exhibited in many venues
seminar. Check out
For info: 516 484-9337 or
in LI and NYC.
the Book Chat column of the NS for a review of this
Apple Bank, 91 Route 111, Smithtown. For more info:
collection of short stories.
Smithtown Township Arts Council,
Borghese Vineyards, Route 48, Cutchogue
631 862-6575 or visit
Baron Krody, Eleanor Meier, Jane McGraw Teubner
and many others.
Runs April to May
For more info: Christopher Gallery 631 689-1601 or
Photography Show of the Three Village Historical
Society At Port Jefferson Cultural Center
Runs to April 26th
Opens April 25th; reception fundraiser May 1st
Historical photographs; food, beverages and exhibit at
Figure and Landscapes by Ryan Haugsjaa at Artas-
tic Destination
Three Village Historical Society, North Country Road,
An exhibition of abstract paintings.
Artastic Destination, 372 New York Avenue, Hunting-
For more info: .
For info call: Claudia Markovich (631) 424-7074 or
Runs to April 19th
A Pinch and A Dash at Mills Pond House Gallery
Runs to April 26th
Smithtown Township Arts Council Annual Art Ex-
hibition in Celebration of omen’W s History Month
Five Centuries of Art
Admission is free. Gallery hours are M-F 10am to 5pm
This installation of outstanding art spans the breadth
and Sat. & Sun. 12 to 4pm.
of the Museum’s Permanent Collection of paint-
Call 631 862-8575 or visit
ings. Old Master works will include Lucas Cranach’s
Virgin, Child, St. John the Baptist and Angels, 1534,
April 3rd to May 1st
the oldest work in the collection; 17th century paint-
ings from Holland’s Golden Age, such a Melchior
14 Photographers in Focus at Gallery North
d’Hondecoeter’s magnificent Stripped of Borrowed
JoAnn Wilson, Ray Germann, Susan Tiffen, Tom
Feathers: The Raven-Jackdaw; Francois Girardon’s
Steele, Jonathan Busko, Abby Rust, ilda Lin, W
baroque sculpture The Rape of Proserpine, 1693; and
Neil Scholl, Davis Hanson, Marlene Weinstein,
much more.
Karen Bell, Katrinka Mann, Diane Di Blasi, Josh
Heckscher Museum of Art, Two Prime Avenue, Hun-
will speak about books as well.
tington Phone: (631) 351-3250
Reception on Friday, April 3rd 5-7pm. Gallery North,
Book Revue, 313 New York Avenue, Huntington. Call
Email: Website: www.heckscher.
90 No. Country Rd., Setauket
(631) 271-1442 or visit online:
For info call (631) 751-2676 or
All signings at 7pm except Sunday at 2pm.
Thursday, April 2nd – Jarrett Krentzel signing his
new book; alking with Patience: W A True Story
Paintings are on exhibit and available for purchase.
Wednesday, April 8th – Greg Prato will be signing his
Christopher Gallery, 131 Main Street, Stony Brook
new book; The Oral History of Seattle Rock Music
Thursday, April 9th – George Booth, New Yorker
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