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More Than Just a Dinosaur 2/9 at 10:15am & 12pm. 2/10 at 11:30am & 2pm. Ages 4+. $9 plus admission. $12 theatre only. Dustin Growick teaches about dinosaurs. Interactive program.*
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Movie 1:30pm. “Crooked House”, PG13, 115 mins. Register. Valentine Day Mouse 1:30pm. Ages 18 mos.-Pre-K (w/ adult). Stories, songs and craft. Balloonology 4:30pm. Gr. 2+. Learn how to twist, tie and shape balloons into Valentine creations. Register x317. Blooming Yogis 5pm. Gr. 1-4. Yoga for kids. Register x317.*
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2/9, 2/10, 2/16 at 8pm. 2/11 at 3pm. $24-38. “Romeo & Juliet.” 516-694-3330. culturalartsplayhouse.com. 170 Michael Dr., Syosset.
BroadHollow: “My Fair Lady”
2/9 & 2/10 at 8pm, 2/11 at 2:30pm. $26 adults. Group rates available. Musical. 516775-4420. broadhollow.org. 700 Hempstead Tpke., Elmont.
Sat. -Feb. 10
Vet Tech 201 9:30-11:30am. $32. Ages 1115. Indepth animal examination. (Prereq. Vet Tech 101.) Sweet Treats for the Animals 10:30am-12pm. $21. Ages 3-4 (w/adult). Make treats for APEC’s animals.*
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10-11:30am. Short talk about seals and then walk the shoreline. nysparks.com. Must register: 516-780-3295.
Garvies Point Museum: Saturday Crafts
10am-4pm. (ongoing) Craft fee $5 with museum admission - $4/adults & $2/child (ages 5-12), free under 5. Make a Valentine using recycled paper and dried flowers. 516-571-8010. garviespointmuseum.com. 50 Barry Dr., Glen Cove.
The Showplace at Bellmore Movies
2/10 at 11am. 2/11 at 12pm. $12. “Pinocchio.” 516-5996870. plazatheatrical.com. 222 Pettit Ave., Bellmore.
Floral Park Woman’s Club: Victorian Tea
11:30 and 1:15pm. $25pp. Reservations for table of 4 recommended.Tea sandwiches, breads and desserts. United Methodist Church, 35 Verena Ave., FP.
Cultural Arts Playhouse
1pm. $12. “Aladdin and the Magical Lamp.” 516-694-3330. culturalartsplayhouse.com. 170 Michael Dr., Syosset.
Center for Science: Animal Show
1-2:30pm. $7pp. Family event. Learn about the animals special traits while getting to see them outside of their enclosures. 516764-0045. cstl.org. 1450 Tanglewood Rd., Rockville Centre.
BroadHollow Theatre: “Little Red Riding Hood EL”
2/10 at 2pm. 2/11 at 11:30am. All tickets $11. Group rates are available. Children’s musical. 516- 775-4420. broadhollow.org. 700 Hempstead Tpke., Elmont.
Be Mine Ball 6-9pm. All ages. $11pp. Family event. Dress in red, face painting, dance and craft. Purchase tickets on-line.*
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7pm. 25+. $3 plus dinner. Cash bar. Call Vinny at 5164 6 5 - 3 9 5 3 . m e e t u p. c o m / singles. Shanghai Gourmet Restaurant, 2993 Hempstead Tpke., Levittown.
The William Gill Theatre: Children’s Theatre
2/10 at 7:30pm. 2/11 at 2pm. $5pp. Hurray for Love, a Valentine’s musical. 1420 Jericho Tpke., NHP.
Madison Theatre: Concert
8pm. $15-$30. Works of Tchaikovsky and Stravinsky are performed by The South Shore Symphony. 516-323-4444. madisontheatreny. org. Molloy College, 1000 Hempstead Ave., Rockville Centre.
Sun. - Feb. 11
SS Audubon Society
9-11:30am. All ages. Free. Massapequa Preserve. ssaudubon.org. 516-467-9498.
Pop in Craft Fun 1pm. All ages w/adult. No registration required. Materials available while supply lasts.
1:30pm. Violinist David Podles performs. Register.*
Nassau Museum of Art: Family Sundays
1-4pm. Free w/admission. Art activities for youngsters and the adults in their lives. 516-
484-9337. nassaumuseum.org. 1 Museum Dr., Roslyn Harbor.
Adventure Time 1:30-2:45pm. $18. Ages 1836mos. (w/adult). Craft, animal guests, trail walk and story.*
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You’ve Got Mail 2-4pm. Ages 3+. Free w/admission. Customize a postcard and assemble a miniature mailbox. *
Madison Theatre: Concert
3pm. $35-$40. A Swingtime Big Band Valentine. 516-323-4444. madisontheatreny.org. Molloy College, 1000 Hempstead Ave., Rockville Centre.
Mon. - Feb. 12
AARP Tax Aide Free AARP assistance for lowto-moderate income seniors who need taxes prepared. For appointment: 516-355-7840 ext. 301 or x304. Cards, Coloring/Coffee 1-3pm. Bring a friend(s) to play cards, board games. Register.*
Tues. -Feb. 13
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10am-2pm. Free. Ages 18+. Blood pressure, blood test for cholesterol and diabetes. Hillside Library.*
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Valen-tastic Adventure 4 p m . G r . K - 2 . S t o r y, games and scavenger hunt. Register x317.*
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NBA: Consultation Clinic For Seniors
9:30-11am. Free. Nassau County residents 65+. Meet one-on-one with a volunteer attorney for a 1/2 hour private consultation on any topic. Reg. required 516-7474070 or email info@nassaubar. org. 15th & West Streets, Mineola.
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Fri. - Feb. 16
Valentine Sweets & Treats 4:30pm. Gr. 2+. Make Valentine treats. Register.*
Movie 1:30pm. “The Notebook”, PG13, 123 mins. Register.* Movie 4pm. All ages. Must be with an adult. “My Little Pony”, PG, 104 mins. Register x317.*
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Planting Fields: Concert
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10:30am. Residents of N. Hempstead. 60+. Valentine’s Day Marriage Vow Renewal Ceremony. Harbor Links. Call 311 or 869-6311 to register.
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3-4pm. Residents of N. Hemp-
7-9pm. $30, La Vie En Rose perform American standards and French jazz songs. 516-9228600. plantingfields.org. 1395 Planting Fields Rd, Oyster Bay.
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Christian Women’s Club: Luncheon
3/6 at 12:15pm. $28. All women are invited to the March luncheon. RSVP: 2/23. Reservations/info, call Jane Voss (after 10am) 516-7420861. Jolly Fisherman & Steak House, 25 Main St., Roslyn.
Nassau Museum of Art: Fool The Eye
Now-March 4. Exhibition filled with optical illusions and artistic sleight of hand. 516-484-9337. nassaumuseum.org. 1 Museum Dr., Roslyn Harbor.
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