Weekend Events: May 26th, 27th & 28th

Summer unofficially begins this Memorial Day weekend and we're kicking it off with great events and blogs. We have your list of local memorial day parades.

Planning on hitting the beach? Don't forget to bring your tide charts with you to the beach- we have digital tide chart copies here and you can always pick up a printed chart and recyclable tote at our office at 129 Main Street, CSH.


Memorial Day Parades 


 

 

 

 


Discover & share your favorite places in the area on the Lucky To Live Here Lifestyle Facebook Group.


Centerport


photo courtesy of the Vanderbilt


5/28 Centerport Memorial Day Parade hosted by the Centerport Fire Department
5/28 Greenlawn Memorial Day Parade hosted by the Greenlawn Fire Department

Plan out a trip to the Vanderbilt to tours the mansion, marvel at the mysteries in the museums and enjoy a show under the stars at the Planetarium.



Cold Spring Harbor


photo courtesy of CSH Main Street Assocation

5/26-5/28 CSH Village: Memorial Day Sidewalk Sale 


Save the date for events at the CSH Whaling Museum  & CSH Fish Hatchery


Huntington

5/27 Huntington Veterans Plaza: Huntington Memorial Day Weekend Wreath Ceremony 

5/28 Huntington Memorial Day Parade hosted by Nathan Hale VFW Post #1469 & American Legion Post #360 

Save the date for performances at the Paramount

Save the date for book signing at Book Revue 



Lloyd Harbor

photo courtesy shared via Caumsett Foundation

Enjoy a seasonal walk or hike through Caumsett State Park. NYS Parks has events at the park throughout the year which you must register for in advance. The Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference also hosts hikes through Caumsett


Caumsett Foundation events are happening now- check their website for registration & details.


Northport

photo courtesy of TBR News Media 

5/26 Northport Village/Happenings On Main Street: Miles to Dayton
5/26 E Northport: I Did The Grid 4 Mile Run/Walk & Fun Run
5/28 Northport Village: Memorial Day Parade & Services 

5/26 & 5/27- Engeman Theater- Singin' in the Rain


And Beyond!

5/26 Long Island Children's Museum: Precious Poppies 

5/26 Old Westbury Gardens: Yoga in the Gardens, Kids & Family Programs- Think Up! Whodunits- Self-guided Scavenger Hunt, Paint Out at the Gardens 
5/26 Garvies Point Museum: Nature Film Series- Animal Misfits 
5/26 Nassau Museum: Creative Expeditions- For Children with Autism  
5/26 Planting Fields Foundation: Free Concert in the Park- Tom Petty Tribute 


5/26 & 5/27 Old Bethpage Village: Decoration DayWWII Encampment & Old Time Base Ball  
5/26 & 5/27  Nassau Coliseum: Cirque Du Soleil: Volta
5/26 & 5/27 Nassau Coliseum: Empire State Fair 


5/27 Old Bethpage Village: Old Time Base Ball  
5/27 Old Westbury Gardens: Tai Chi in the Gardens, Meet the Artists Reception  
5/27 Planting Fields Foundation: May Music at Coe Hall- Johnny Herbert 
5/27 Riverhead Street Painting Festival 

5/28 Mt Sinai/Heritage Trust: Parade of American Flag 
5/28 Commack/Elwood Memorial Day Parade hosted by the Elwood-Commack VFW Post #9263
5/28 Melville Parade hosted by the Melville Fire Department



Every Saturday: Nassau Museum: Studio Saturdays 

Every Sunday: Raynham Hall Museum: Sunday Crafts for kids
Every Sunday: Nassau Museum: Family Sundays 

Save the date- 

Open daily:
Long Island Aquarium, Custer Observatory , Cradle of Aviation, Raynham Hall Museum, American Airpower Museum, Walt Whitman Birthplace, Long Island Museum, Sweet Briar Nature Center, Sands Point Preserve, Garvies Point Museum, Long Island Children's Museum, Old Bethpage Village Restoration, Boulton Center, Long Island Game Farm, Planting Fields Arboretum, Railroad Museum of Long Island, Museum of American Armor , Nassau Museum, Old Westbury Gardens


Sports:
LI Ducks

Concerts & Performances:
Jones Beach Theater, Revolution Bar & Music Hall, Nassau Coliseum , NYCB Theatre at Westbury , The Space at Westbury , Jones Beach Bandshell, Boulton Center, Tilles Center, Staller Center, Patchogue Theatre, Adelphi University Performing Arts Center , Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts



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