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Things to do Events . . . . . . . . ..4–6, 9, 29–31, 34–35 Pumpkin Picking . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, 15 On Stage & Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Museums . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Seawolves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24–25 Galleries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Wineries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37, 39
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Fun With Butterflies Come on down to Sweetbriar Nature Center and enjoy a variety of beautiful flyers. As a special treat children can become detectives and search for clues to their amazing life cycle. Children can also color in a butterfly to take home with them. Open daily, 10 am-4 pm., through the end of September. 62 Eckernkamp Drive, Smithtown. 979-6344. www.sweetbriarnc.org.
Stan Brodsky: Retrospective, The Heckscher Museum of Art Through Dec. 1. Come celebrate the work of Stan Brodsky, a prominent Long Island contemporary artist. 351-3250 Coney Island and Jones Beach: Empires by the Sea Through Dec. 29: A look back at Coney Island and Jones Beach over the past several decades. The Long Island Museum, Stony Brook. 7510066. Weekends at Benner’s Farm Special visitors every Saturday and musical acts every Sunday starting Oct. 5. Opens at noon. Adult and kids’ workshops available. 56 Gnarled Hollow Road, East Setauket. 689-8172. bennersfarm.com. Sept. 21 Annual Cow Harbor 10K Run Race begins at 8:30 am, through Northport Village. Sept. 21 The 4-H Amazing Race An exciting and interactive version of a scavenger hunt
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for teams of two-six and one adult. 10 am-2 pm. Ages 6 and up. $5 per person. Suffolk County Farm and Education Center. 350 Yaphank Ave., Yaphank. Call 852-4602 for information.
Sept. 21- Sept. 22 Outdoor Art Show Gallery North is holding its 48th annual outdoor art show from 10 am-5 pm both days. Over 135 exhibitors. Enjoy live music, kids activities and more. 90 N. Country Road, Setauket. 751-2676. Sept. 21 Antiques, Flea Market and Craft Fair Antiques, flea market items and handmade crafts. 9 am4 pm. The grounds next to Maples Bar and Grill, Ryerson Avenue, Manorville. 878-1579. Sept. 21 Fall Gardening Symposium Attend classes on sustainable gardens and outwitting fall flower diseases. Keynote speaker Allan Armitage, professor emeritus of Horticulture, University of Georgia. Presented by the Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County and The Plantage. 9 am-5 pm. Hampton Racquet. 172 Buckskill Road, East Hampton. Registration required. Visit www. ccesuffolk.org or call 727-7850. Sept. 21- Oct. 20 1st Annual Lego Building Contest Get building with family, friends, troops, church groups Continued on page 5
Special Events Continued from page 4 or your school clubs and enter your Lego creation on Sept. 20. The creations will be on display until a special celebration on Oct. 20 when prizes and awards will be announced. Ward Melville Heritage Organization Educational and Cultural Center, Stony Brook. Call 751-2244. www. wmho.org. Sept. 21–22 Long Island Garlic Festival Come and enjoy the 10th annual Long Island Garlic Festival at Garden of Eve to benefit the Northeast Organic Farming Association. Food, crafts, music, theater and garlic cook-off contest and Garlic Iron Chef. 10 am-6 pm, Garden of Eve Organic Farm, Riverhead. $3 per person, children under 6 free. 722-8777. www.gardenofevefarm.com. Sept. 21 Pickle Festival Featuring 100 barrels of hand-held pickles and specialty pickles, popcorn, pickle ornaments, pickle pins, hayrides roasted corn, potato digging demo, antiques, the restored Lollipop Farm train. Sponsored by the Greenlawn-Centerport Historical Associa-
tion. 10 am-4 pm. Rain date Sept. 22. $5 donation, children under 12 free. John Gardiner Farm, 900 Park Avenue. 754-1180. Sept. 22 Cow Harbor Day Food, rides, games. Parade begins at noon. Main Street, Northport, 2617502. www.villageofnorthport.com.
Sept. 22 ‘Pets in Port’ Port Jefferson Village Center. 101 A Broadway, Port Jefferson Village. 1 pm-4 pm, free. 473-4778. Sep. 22 Fall Festival and Large Car Truck Show Show featuring Peterbilt and Kenworth Continued on page 6
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Special Events Continued from page 5 trucks; includes craft vendors, food, music, children’s activities; donations accepted for the LI Cares Food Drive. 9 am-6:30 pm. Long Island MacArthur Airport. Parking lot 10, 100 Arrivals Ave., Ronkonkoma. 841-2640. Sept. 22 Cold Spring Harbor Fire Department Antique Show A special show recognized as the premier antiques event of the fall season, 10 am-4:30 pm, rain date Sunday, Sept. 28. Library Park, Route 25A, Cold Spring Harbor, 516868-2751. Sept. 22 Setauket Village Green Walking Tour Meet at the Setauket Neighborhood House, 95 Main Street, Setauket. 2 pm-3:30 pm. Tours take approximately one and a half hours. Call the Three Village Historical Society at 751-3730 for more information. Sept. 25 Fall Fair at United Methodist Church of Huntington Furniture, electronics, household items, cheese, produce, baked goods, jewelry, children’s clothing, books, toys, music, movies and more. 10 am-4 pm. Free Admission. 180 Little Neck Road, Huntington. 427-0326. Sept. 28 Wildwood Fall Festival Vendors, wagon rides, pony rides, inflatable (weather permitting), funny photos, environmental displays, pie-eating contest and children’s entertainment. 11-4 pm. On-site parking fee. Wildwood State Park, Hulse Landing Road, north of Sound Avenue, Wading River, 321-3510. Sept. 28 Smithsonian Museum Day In the spirit of the Smithsonian’s free admission policy, enjoy free admission all day at the Long Island Museum, a Smithsonian affi liate since 2006. Call 751-0066.
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Sept. 28 AKC Champion Dog Show/ Expo Dog show, pet vendors, craft vendors, conformation, agility, obedience competitions. 9:30 am-2 pm. Flowerfield, Route 25A, St. James. $10 per person/ $25 per carload. 231-6457. Sept. 28 Fall Fair at the Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery & Aquarium Games, fishing gear, refreshments, exhibition, trout fishing for children under 12 (gear provided). Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery and Aquarium, 1660 Route 25A, Cold Spring Harbor, 516692-6768, 10 am-4:30 pm. $6 adults, $4 children, free for seniors and members. Rain date Oct. 5, www.cshfha.org. Sept. 28 Fall Festival: Michael P. Murphy Beach The Lake Ronkonkoma Civic Association hosts vendors, food and children’s activities. 10 am-4 pm. Brookhaven Beach on Lake Ronkonkoma. 588-5869. Sept. 28 Running of the Bull Annual 5K Running of the Bull and 1K Family Fun Run. $20 early registration, $25 day of race. Register at www. smithtownchamber.com. 979-8069. Sept. 28 Long Island Naturally Environmental Fair Manor Farm, Huntington. Exhibits, games, community yard sale, demonstrations of environment-friendly practices, music, safari to discover the local wildlife. 10 am-4 pm. 210 Manor Road, Huntington. 516-938-6152. Sept. 29 Long Island Apple Festival Activities include colonial games such as a tug-of-war, the opportunity to create an apple-head doll, pony rides and apple relay races. A food historian will conduct an open-hearth colonial cooking demonstration. Participate Continued on page 9
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Continued from page 6 in an apple pie baking contest, listen to traditional music and enjoy food concessions. 11 am-4:30 pm. Admission is $7 for adults, and $5 for children, seniors and society members. Sherwood-Jayne House, 55 Old Post Road, Setauket. 6924664.
Sept. 29 Antique Automobile Show at Hallockville Hallockville Museum Farm, 6038 Sound Ave., Riverhead. 298-5292. See vintage cars and trucks in a historic setting. 10 am-4 pm. Raindate Oct. 6. Free.
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Come down with the whole family and enjoy the fall season at Pantaleons Farms!!!! At our farm stand in East Setauket enjoy Long Island’s freshest and largest selection of farm fresh fruits and vegetables. • Tons of Long Island Grown Vegetables • Concord Grapes • Apples Galore!!!!!!! Over 20 Varieties To Choose From • Pears • Fresh Apple Cider • Fresh Pear Juice • Grape Juice • Peach Cider • Mums • Hubbard Squash • Painted Pumpkins • Peach Juice • Figs • Corn Stalks • Bales of Straw • Jams • Giant Pumpkins • Montauk Daisies • Jellies Our Own • Cheese Pumpkins • Jack-b-Littles • Saucess Fresh Fruit ples • Indian Corn • Chocolate Covered Apples Sangria Mix okies • Chocolate Lollipops • Home-Baked Cookies
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Pumpkin Picking • Borellas Farm Stand: 485 Edgewood Ave., St. James. 862-7330, www.borellasfarmstand.com. Harvest Fall Festival every Saturday and Sunday in October and Columbus Day, 10 am-5 pm. Hayrides, corn maze, live DJ entertainment, inflatable rides, and more. • Benner’s Farm: 56 Gnarled Hollow Road, E. Setauket, 689-8172. www.bennersfarm.com. Through October. • Fox Hollow Farm: 2287 Sound Ave., Calverton, 727-1786. Call for fall hours. • Albert H. Schmitt & Sons: 6 Bagatelle Road, Dix Hills, 549-1159. (LIE exit 50N, 1/4 mile N). Open every day. Hayrides, roasted corn, apple cider, pumpkin bouncy house and more.
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• W. Zilnicki Pumpkins: Sound Ave., Riverhead, 727-0408. (LIE exit 73 to traffic circle, 3/4 around to N. Roanoke Ave. Go to Sound Ave.) Two fields, 1.5 miles E. with pumpkins and corn maze, 1.5 miles W. with pumpkins, roasted corn and corn maze. Call for fall hours. • Hank’s Pumpkin Town: 240 Montauk Highway, Water Mill, 726-4667. Pumpkin picking, corn mazes and fall foods. Opening weekend Sept. 14, 9:30 am-6 pm.
• W & K Farms: Wading River Road and South St., Manorville, 878-8653. Corn maze, roasted corn, school trip hayrides. Call for hours. • Hodun Farms: 4070 Middle Country Road, Calverton, 369-3533. (LIE exit 71N, left at first light, one mile on right). 7 days; 8 am-6 pm. (Hayrides, roasted corn, Sat. and Sun. only). October. • May’s Farm: Route 25A, Wading River, 929-6654. Corn maze, Elmo and banjo playing. Through October.
• Lewin Farms: 812 Sound Ave., Wading River, 929-4327. Roasted corn, corn maze. Through late October. • Harbes Farm & Orchard: 5698 Sound Ave., Riverhead, 298-0800. 7 days; 10 am-5 pm. Night maze, October only, Friday and Saturday, 7 pm-10 pm (last entry 9 pm). • Harbes Farm & Vineyard: 1223 Main Road, Jamesport, 722-2022. 7 days; 9 am-6 pm. Also fruits, vegetables, farm Continued on page 15
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Pumpkin Picking Continued from page 11
• Harbes Farm & Vineyard: 715 Sound Ave., Mattituck, 298-0800. Farm stand, barnyard adventure, hayrides, roasted corn, corn maze and new hedge maze. Pumpkin picking from mid-Sept. through Oct., 10 am-5 pm. • F & W Schmitt Farms: 26 Pinelawn Road, Melville, 271-3276. Corn maze, haunted mansion, haunted night corn maze. Weekends through Halloween, call for hours. • Fritz Lewin Farms: Corner of Sound and Edwards Ave., Calverton, 929-4327. (LIE exit 71, N on Edwards Ave. to corner of Sound Ave., left onto Sound Ave.) Open 9 am-4:30 pm for pick-your-own starting late September. • Wickham Fruit Farm: 28700 Main Road, Cutchogue, 734-6441. October.
• Stakey’s Pumpkin Farm: 270 West Lane, Aquebogue, 722-3467. Exit 73 off LIE, east on Route 58, first left after the Modern Snack Bar. Hayrides and a corn maze. Mon.-Fri., noon-5 pm; Sat. and Sun., 9 am-5 pm. • Seven Ponds Orchard: 65 Seven Ponds Road, Water Mill, 726-8015. Corn maze, roasted corn, hayrides and more. 7 days, 9:00 am-6 pm through November. Call for directions and picking availability. • Elwood Pumpkin Farm: 1500 Jericho Turnpike, Huntington, 368-8626. Hours vary, call ahead. • Richters Orchard: 1300 Pulaski Road, Northport. Apples and a cider mill. 261-1980. • Davis Peach Farm: Hulse Landing Road in Wading River (just before Wildwood State Park). 929-1115. Haunted hayrides through the orchard with live actors and props. File photo
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Halloween Halloween Family Fun Day Visit the Long Island Museum in Stony Brook on Oct. 27 from 1-4 pm for trick-or-treating, pumpkin painting, craft s and more. Free admission. Remember to dress up. 1200 Route 25A, Stony Brook. 751-0066. longislandmuseum.com. Scarecrow Contest On Oct. 5 at 11 am at Case’s Lane in Cutchogue. Hosted by the CutchogueNew Suffolk Historical Council. www.cutchoguenewsuffolkhistory.org.
Halloween Hayride On Oct. 27 there will be a Halloween hayride and pumpkin patch in the Village Park in Northport from noon-4 pm. Sponsored by the Northport Chamber of Commerce. Call 754-3905 for more information. Halloween Safe Zone On Oct. 31 from 1-4 pm, some businesses in Northport will be participating in safe trick-or-treating.
Sponsored by the Northport Chamber of Commerce. Call 754-3905 for more information. Stony Brook Halloween Festival On Oct. 31 there will be a Halloween Festival from 2-5 pm at the Stony Brook Village Center, 111 Main Street, Stony Brook. There will be a costume parade, trick-or-treating and the annual scarecrow competition. For more information call 751-2244.
Tiki’s Trail of Terror The tropical oasis has turned into a living nightmare. Horrifying scenes of gore and over 15 terrifying actors will petrify brave thrill-seekers, so faint-ofheart be warned. 1878 Middle Country Road, Centereach. 471-1267. www.tikiactionpark.com. Halloween at the Hatchery Oct. 26-31. Calling all ghosts and goblins, spiders and bones, the Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery’s open for an evening roam. Refreshments for all. Kids in costumes will receive an extra treat. Call 516-692-6768.
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On Stage & Screen Cinema Arts Centre Park Ave., Huntington, 4237611. www.cinemaartscentre. org. Sept. 26: “Deconstructing Sgt. Pepper” - The Expanded Edition, 7 pm. Sept. 29: “Kings Park: Stories from an American Mental Institution,” 1 pm. Oct. 10: 40th Anniversary Celebration, 6:30 pm at the North Ritz Club. Cocktail hour, open bar, live auction dinner, dancing and live music. Oct. 31: “The Wicker ManFinal Cut,” 7:30 pm. Dix Hills Performing Arts Center 305 Service Road, Dix Hills, 656-2148, www.dhpac.org. Oct. 17, 18, 19 & 20: “Rabbit Hole,” 7:30 pm except for Oct. 20 at 2 pm. Nov. 10, 21, 22, 23 & 24: “How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying,” 7:30 pm except Nov. 24 at 2 pm. Dec. 7-8: “Moey’s Fairy Tale Adventure,” Children’s Theatre, Dec. 7 at 11 am and 2 pm, Dec. 8 at noon and 3 pm. The Gateway Playhouse 215 South Country Road, Bellport, or 71 East Main St. Patchogue. gatewayplayhouse. com. 286-1133 Nov. 23-30: “Mooseltoe,” Bellport theater. Dec. 13-29: Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” Patchogue theater. Dec. 31- Jan. 1: Paul McCartney- A Symphonic Tribute, Patchogue theater. Staller Center Stony Brook University, Nicolls Road, Stony Brook, www. stallercenter.com and www. stallercenter.com/music. Call 632-2787 (ARTS) for tickets and 632-7330 for info. Sept. 10-22, 26-29: “Kimberly Akimbo.” Tickets $28. Oct. 20: David Sedaris, 7 pm. $40. Oct. 27: The Addams Family, 7 pm. $46. Nov. 3: Kamikaze Fireflies, 4 pm. $15. Nov. 16: Mark Morris Dance, 8 pm. $40. Dec. 8: Salzburg Marionette Theater- “The Sound of Music,”
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7 pm. $34. Dec. 14-17: “The Nutcracker.” John W. Engeman Theater 250 Main St., Northport, 2612900 www.engemantheater. com. Sept. 19-Nov. 3: “Twelve Angry Men.” Nov. 21 -Jan. 5: Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas.” Smithtown Performing Arts Center 2 E. Main St., Smithtown 724-3700, smithtownpac.org. Sept. 7- Sept. 29: “Driving Miss Daisy.” Oct. 12-Nov. 10: “The Fantasticks.” Nov. 30-Dec. 29: “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play!” Theatre Three 412 Main Street, Port Jefferson, 928-9100, www.theatrethree. com. Sept. 21-Nov. 2: “Les Miserables.” Nov. 16-Dec. 28: “A Christmas Carol.” John Drew Theater at Guild Hall 158 Main St., East Hampton, 324-0806. www.guildhall.org. Sept. 21: “The Momentum,” 8 pm. Nov. 9: Ballet Hispanico, 8 pm. The Minstrel Players Houghton Hall, Trinity Episcopal Church, 130 Main St., Northport, 732-2926 www.minstrelplayers.org Oct. 26- Nov. 2: Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap.” Dec. 13-15: “A Christmas Carol.” Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts 71 E. Main St., Patchogue, 2071313. www.patchoguetheatre. com. Sept. 28 & 29: “Life after Life: A Heavenly New Musical.” Nov. 1: “Ireland: The Show.” 8 pm. Nov. 24, 30 & Dec. 1: The American Dance Theatre of Long Island presents “The Nutcracker.” Dec. 5-8: Ovations Dance Repertory Company presents “The Nutcracker Suite.” Dec. 6: “Jack Frost,” 7 pm.
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The 2012 Walk for Beauty inspired lots of smiles and support.
As part of the annual Walk for Beauty, Walk for Life 4K/6K planned for Sunday, Oct. 20, cancer survivors along with friends, family and community members collect donations to support their walk through scenic and historic Stony Brook. All proceeds benefit breast and prostate cancer research at Stony Brook University, as well as provide cancer patients with wigs, prostheses and other special products. Meet at Stony Brook Village Center, Stony Brook Post
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LI Museum of American Art, History & Carriages Antique carriages, historic buildings, art. 1200 Route 25A, Stony Brook, 751-0066, Thursday-Saturday, 10 am-5 pm; Sun, noon-5 pm. $9, $7 seniors 62+, $4 children 6-17. Two-for-one admission on Thursdays. Open Labor Day. Guided tours by appointment.
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Northport Historical Society & Museum 215 Main St., Northport, 7579859. Annual history contest, antiques, holiday house tour, exhibits. Museum and shop open Tuesday-Sunday, 1-4:30 pm. Self-guided walking tour of historical Main Street for $5 during regular hours. Tourgoers will be equipped with an MP3 player containing audio information, a book of historic photographs and directions. Telephone Pioneers Museum An exhibit of over 100 telephones of varied types and ages. Also, a collection of old telephone directories. 445 Commack Road, Commack, 543-1371. First Sunday of every month 1-4 pm or by appointment. Vanderbilt Museum & Planetarium 180 Little Neck Road, Centerport, 854-5579, www. vanderbiltmuseum.org. Former mansion of William K. Vanderbilt II features original furnishings, marine museum with 2,000-plus specimens. Mansion tours. Open Tuesdays through Saturdays, 11 am-5 pm, Sundays, noon-5 pm. General admission $7, $6 seniors, students, $3 children under 12. Suffolk County Historical Society “Material, Form and Process the Furniture of David N. Ebner.” Exhibit runs through Sept. 28. 300 Main St., Riverhead. 727-2881. Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am-4:30 pm. Adults $5, seniors $3, children 17 and under $1.
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Music Dix Hills Performing Arts Center 305 N. Service Road, Dix Hills 656-2148, www.dhpac.org. Sept. 20: A Musical Tribute to Stevie Wonder, 7:30 pm. Sept. 21: Marilyn Michaels, 7:30 pm. Sept. 22: The Frank Sinatra you never knew- a laugh and learn lecture performance, 2 pm. Sept. 28: Horn Power Tribute to Tower of Power, Steely Dan and more with Uppercut, 7:30 pm. Oct. 5: An Evening of Irish Music with Ed Ryan, 7:30 pm. Oct. 6: Bellins & Picon’s Musical Kaleidoscope of ‘60s and ‘70s songs, 2 pm. Oct. 23, 25, 26 & 27: Guitar Festival, 7:30 pm except for Oct. 27 at 2 pm. Nov. 1: Tribute to Jazz Piano, 7:30 pm. Nov. 2: The John Lennon Center presents The Liverpool Shuffle, 7:30 pm. Nov. 3: Broadway Bound for Strouse, 2 pm. Nov. 8: Steve Perrillo and The New Millennium Jazz Band, 7:30 pm. Nov. 9: The Neil Diamond Tribute with Diamond One Hot Night, 7:30 pm. Nov. 1: Its a Good Day- A Tribute to Miss Peggy Lee with Stacy Sullivan, 2 pm. Dec. 4: Winter Concert, 7:30 pm.
Dec. 9: The Mostly BarbershopA Cappella Show, 7:30 pm. Dec. 10: An Evening of Jazz, 7:30 pm. Dec. 11: Holiday Concert, 7:30 pm. Dec. 12: Guitar Extravaganza, 7:30 pm.
Dance Gavin Dance, 8 pm. Oct. 17: An intimate solo, acoustic performance by Citizen Cope, 8 pm. Oct. 18: Bullet For My Valentine with special guests- Black Veil Brides, Stars in Stereo and Throw the Fight, 6:30 pm. Oct. 19: B.B. King, 8 pm.
The North Shore Pro Musica The Ward Melville Heritage Organization Cultural Center. 111 Main Street, Stony Brook. www.wmho.org. 751-2244. Oct. 27: Selections featuring Brahms Piano Trio in B Major, 5 pm. Dec 1: Music for harpsichord and instruments featuring Bach’s “Wedding Cantata,” 5 pm. The Paramount 370 New York Ave., Huntington, www.paramountny.com, 673-7300.
Oct. 22: Coheed and Cambria, 7 pm. Oct. 26: Keller Williams and Jake Shimabukuro, 8 pm. Nov. 2: Chazz Palminteri- A Bronx Tale, 8 pm. Nov. 3: A SongVersation with India.Arie, 8 pm. Nov. 9: New Found Glory and Alkaline Trio, 8 pm. Nov. 16, 17: ZZ Top, 8 pm. Nov. 20: Ricky Skaggs and Bruce Hornsby with Kentucky Thunder, 8 pm.
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Nov. 10: Atlantic Wind Symphony Sousa Armed Forces Salute, 3 pm.
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Nov. 12: Guys with Guitars, 7 pm. Nov. 16: Arlo Guthrie, 8 pm. Nov. 17: Music on Main Street: Quattraphonium, 3 pm. Smithtown Township Arts Council 660 Route 25A, St. James, 862-6575, www.stacarts.org.
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Oct. 12: Mickey B’s Oh What a Night, 7 pm.
Staller Center Stony Brook University, Nicolls Road, Stony Brook. www.stallercenter.com. Call 632-2787 (ARTS) for tickets and 6327330 for information.
Oct. 19: The World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra, 8 pm. Oct. 20: Music on Main Street- Long Island Brass Guild, 3 pm. Oct. 27: The Del Satins: Up Close and Personal, 3 pm. Nov. 2: Vickie Winans Live, 7 pm. Nov. 3: Live in the Lobby- The New Musicals Project: “The Legend of St. Nicholas,” 3 pm. Nov. 8: Chris McDonald’s Memories of Elvis in Concert, 8 pm.
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University Cafe Stony Brook University campus, Nicolls Road, Stony Brook. Visit www.universitycafe.org or call 632-1093. Sept. 29: Mary Gauthier with special guests Scott Nolan and Joanna Miller, 2 pm. Oct. 6: John Wesley Harding Returns, 2 pm. Oct. 20: James Keelaghan and Jez Lowe, 7 pm. Nov. 3: A blues co-bill: Brooks Williams and Beaucoup Blue, 2 pm. Nov. 17: Tim Chaisson, 2 pm. Dec. 8: Ellis Paul, 2 pm. Port Jefferson American Music Festival On Oct. 12 through Oct. 13 the American Music Festival in Port Jefferson will feature more than 35 bands performing throughout the village. The event is hosted by J. Faith Entertainment and the Incorporated Village of Port Jefferson. For more information or to see a schedule visit www.portjeffmusicfest.com.
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Continued from page 9 goods, made-to-order caramel apples with various toppings. For the kids: pony rides, inflatables, giant slide, pumpkin and face painting, games and prizes. Vendors of crafts, collectibles, new merchandise. Live entertainment outdoors and inside at the food court. 11 am-5 pm at Stony Brook Community Church. Rain date Oct. 6 12 pm-5 pm. Free. 751-0574 or visit www.stonybrookcommunitychurch.org. Oct. 6 Fall Festival at Sagtikos Manor Festivities include hands-on crafts, colonial demonstrations, petting zoo, miniature horse cart ride, old-fashioned games and races, pumpkin painting, square dancing, craft and food vendors. 11 am-4 pm. $7 per person, ages 3 and under free. Sagtikos Manor, Bayshore.
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Oct. 13 Setauket Village Green Walking Tour Meet at the Setauket Neighborhood House, 95 Main St., Setauket. 2 -3:30 pm. Tours take approximately one and a half hours. Call the Three Village Historical Society at 751-3730 for more information.
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Setauket. 689-8172. $7 adults, $6 children. Oct. 19 Fall Festival and Craft Fair St. Thomas of Canterbury Episcopal Church in Smithtown presents its annual event replete with vendors, raffles, bake sale, delicious food and desserts, pumpkin painting, face painting, scarecrow making, rides and craft s for the children. 10 am-4 pm. Rain date, Oct. 26. 265-4520. Oct. 19 Spirits Tour Tour the cemeteries of the Setauket Presbyterian Church and Caroline Church in East Setauket. Meet at the Presbyterian Church. Tours sponsored by the Three Village Historical Society and run every 15 minutes. Rain date Oct. 26. 5:30-8 pm. Call 751-3730 for more information. Continued on page 31
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Special Events Continued from page 30 Oct. 19 Rocky Point Octoberfest Handcrafted items, baked goods, German food and children’s activities. Hosted by the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church. 10 am-2 pm. 716 Route 25A, Rocky Point. 744-9355.
Oct. 19 Antique Auto Show Travel back in time and see first hand cars made before 1949. 9 am-4 pm. $6 per person, free for children 12 and under. Main Road, Cutchogue. Visit www.cutchoguenewsuffolkhistory.org.
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ciety Mather House Museum. 9 am. Minimal bidders fee $2. 473-2665. www.pjhsevents.com. Oct. 19 & 20 Oyster Bay Oyster Festival How can over 175,000 visitors be wrong? At the downtown street location antiques and collectibles exhibitors will join in this annual celebration on Long Island. Free. 11 am-6pm. 516-628-1625. Oct. 20 Coney Island: Past, Present and Future A roundtable discussion focusing on Coney Island. The Long Island Museum, 1200 Route 25A, Stony Brook. 751-0066. Oct. 27 Harvest Festival, Port Jeff Marshmallow roast, pie eating contest, pumpkin decorating, hayrides, haunted Continued on page 34
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How about them apples? On Sept. 29 the Sherwood-Jayne House hosts the 24th annual Long Island Apple Festival, presented by the Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities, The Three Village Historical Society and Homestead Arts from 11 am-4:30 pm. Activities include colonial games such as a tug-of-war, the opportunity to create an apple-head doll, pony rides and apple relay races. A food historian will conduct an open-hearth colonial cooking demonstration. Participate in an apple pie baking contest, listen to traditional music and enjoy food concessions. Admission is $7 for adults, $5 for children, seniors and society members. 55 Old Post Road, Setauket, 692-4664.
On Oct. 20, the Huntington Historical Society hosts its own apple festival. Enjoy traditional demonstrations such as butter churning and candle dipping as costumed interpreters prepare for winter. Play old-fashioned games, crunch on delicious locally grown apples and dance to fantastic live music. Children may create seasonal crafts and make life-sized scarecrows, while everyone gets a taste of harvest foods including candy apples and pies. The historic Dr. Daniel W. Kissam House, with its beautiful fine arts, objects and artifacts, is open for tours during the event, which runs from noon to 4 pm at the Kissam House Museum, 434 Park Ave. Huntington. 427-7045, www.huntingtonhistoricalsociety.org.
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Nov. 10 Sunday at the Society Former Board of Trustees President Dick Simpson presents “Northport in the American Revolution.” 3 pm in the main gallery. Refreshments will be served. 215 Main St., Northport. 757-9859.
Oct. 25- 27 Haunted House at Deepwells Not-too-scary haunted house. Deepwells Farm Park is located at Route 25A and Moriches Road in St. James. Free, donations appreciated. Friday and Saturday nights 7-10 pm. Sunday after Halloween parade around 3 pm. 862-2020. Oct. 26, 27 & Nov. 2, 3, 9, 10 Egg Stripping Demonstrations Learn about the centuriesold process of hatchery trout reproduction. 1 pm and 3 pm. Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery, 1660 Route 25A. 516-692-6788. www.cshfha.org. Oct. 27 Down the Ways: the Wooden Ship Era Maritime Tour Meet at the Setauket Dock, Shore Road, East Setauket. 2 pm-4 pm. This tour will be conducted at low tide so that the bones of the schooners will be uncovered in Scott’s Cove. $3 members, $5 nonmembers. 751-3730. Oct. 27 Halloween Parade & Haunted House 1 pm along Lake Avenue, St. James. Line up at 12:30. Ends at St. James Gazebo. Nov. 2 Port Jefferson Annual Go Green Fair Visit the Port Jefferson Village Center for a day of workshops and large selection of vendors. Free. 473-4724. www.portjeff.com. Nov. 3 Setauket Village Green Walking Tour Meet at the Setauket Neighborhood House, 95 Main St., Setauket. 2-3:30 pm. Tours take approximately one and a half hours. Call the Three Village Historical Society at
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Nov. 10, 17 Walk Through History with farmer and spy Abraham Woodhull Portrayed by historian Beverly Tyler, who walks tourgoers through the nature sanctuary that was once Woodhull’s farm. Caroline Church Carriage Shed opposite Setauket Village Green. 2 pm-4:30 pm. Call 751-3730 for more information. Nov. 16 Late Autumn Bird Walk Bring binoculars to find wintering resident bird species as well as some late autumn migrants. Hallockville Museum Farm, 6038 Sound Ave., Riverhead. Call 298-5292 for reservations and fee information. Nov. 17 Parading Down Main Street An informative guided walking tour of Northport’s historic Main Street business district. Tickets can be purchased the day of the tour or at the Museum Shop. $5 per person. 1:30 pm. 215 Main St., Northport. 757-9859. Nov. 24 Native American Day Spend a delightful afternoon, 2-4 pm, exploring the history and culture of Native Americans. Learn about their traditions, skills, food, clothing and view authentic artifacts from their collections. Crafts, games, songs and refreshments are included in the $20 per child cost. For ages 7 to 12. Adults must accompany children and will not be charged. Advanced registration required. Call 427-7045, ext. 401.
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Continued from page 34 Nov. 27- Dec. 4 Menorah Lighting The St. James menorah will be lit for eight nights. Come to the triangle at Route 25A and Lake Avenue at 4 pm on Friday and 5:30 pm other days. Treats served each night. Nov. 28 Santa Parade and Visit Parade starts at LIRR station on Main Street in Port Jefferson at 1 pm. Santa’s Workshop available for photo opportunities. Call 473-1414. Nov. 29 Christmas Tree Lighting and Caroling Christmas tree lighting in the Village Park in Northport. Sponsored by Northport Village. 7 pm. Nov. 29 Menorah Lighting Corner of Route 112 and Nesconset Highway. 4:30 pm. Hosted by North Brookhaven Chamber of Commerce. Dec. 6 & 7 Candlelight House Tours Join the Three Village Historical Society for the 35th Annual Candlelight House Tour of local homes dressed in holiday finery. For more information or to reserve spots call 751-3730. Dec. 7 Christmas Tree Lighting At the Veterans Plaza at Kings Park Library. 4 pm. Dec. 7 Lantern Light Walking House Tour Tour selected historical homes in Port Jefferson. Sponsored by the Port Jefferson Chamber of Commerce. Tickets go on sale Nov. 12. $25. 473-1414. www.portjeffchamber.com. Dec. 7 Christmas Tree Lighting On the lawn of Deepwells Farm. Cookies, hot chocolate, best tree contest and Santa Claus. 4 pm. Route 25A and Moriches Road, St. James.
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Dec. 7 Holiday Dinner at the Vanderbilt Come celebrate the start of the holiday season with an elegant dinner at the Vanderbilt Mansion estate, 180 Little Neck Road, Centerport. Seatings at 6 pm and 8 pm. Tickets $100. Call 854-5550 or visit www.vanderbiltmuseum.org for more information.
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Dec. 8 Holiday Open House Victorian Christmas tree and decorations, toy and doll exhibit, refreshments. 1-4 pm. Port Jefferson Historical Society, 473-2665. Dec. 8 Hallockville Christmas Experience a special time of year in a special place. The Hallock Homestead will be decorated as it would have been during the Victorian period. Celebrate a 1930s Polish immigrant Christmas in the Cichanowicz Farmhouse. Noon-4 pm. Hallockville Museum Farm, 6038 Sound Ave., Riverhead. Call 2985292 for fee information. Dec. 8 Holiday Historic House Tour Noon to 4 pm, tour five private homes built by descendants of, or on land owned by, Huntington’s earliest settlers. Refreshments served in the Kissam Barn. Contact 427-7045, huntingtonhistoricalsociety.org.
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Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard 2114 Sound Ave., Baiting Hollow 369-0100.
Duck Walk Vineyards South 231 Montauk Highway, Water Mill 726-7555.
Bedell North Fork 36225 Route 25, Cutchogue 734-7537.
Harbes Family Farm & Vineyard 715 Sound Ave., Mattituck 298-9463.
Bouquet 35 Cox Neck Road Mattituck 877-0572. Castello di Borghese 17150 Route 48, Cutchogue 734-5111. Channing Daughters Winery 1927 Scuttlehole Road, Bridgehampton 537-7224. Clovis Point 1935 Main Road, Jamesport 722-4222. Comtesse Thérèse 739 Main Road, Aquebogue 779-2800. Corey Creek Vineyards 45470 Route 25, Southold 765-4168. Croteaux Vineyards 1450 S. Harbor Road, Southold 765-6099. Dilberto Winery 260 Manor Lane, Jamesport 722-3416. Duck Walk North 44535 Main Road, Southold 765-3500.
Harmony Vineyards 169 Harbor Road Head of the Harbor 291-9900. Jason’s Vineyard 1785 Main Road (Route 25) Jamesport
Mattebella Vineyards 46005 Main Road, Southold 888-628-8323. McCall Wines 22600 Route 25, Cutchogue 734-5764. One Woman Vineyard 5195 Old North Road, Southold 765-1200. Osprey’s Dominion Vineyards 44075 Main Road, Peconic 765-6188.
Sannino Bella Vita Vineyard 1375 Peconic Lane, Peconic 734-8282. Scarola Vineyards 4850 Sound Ave., Mattituck 298-7676. Sherwood House Vineyards 2600 Oregon Road, Mattituck 779-2817.
Palmer Vineyards 5120 Sound Ave., Aquebogue 722-9463.
Shinn Estate 2000 Oregon Road, Mattituck 804-0367.
Jamesport Vineyards 1216 Main Road (Route 25) Jamesport 722-5256.
Peconic Bay Winery 31320 Main Road, Cutchogue 734-7361.
Sparkling Pointe 39750 Route 48, Southold 765-0200.
Laurel Lake Vineyards 3165 Main Road, Laurel 298-1420.
Pellegrini Vineyards 23005 Route 25, Cutchogue 734-7361.
Lieb Family Cellars 35 Cox Neck Road Mattituck 298-1942.
Pindar Vineyards 37645 Main Road, Peconic 734-6200.
Loughlin Vineyards South Main Street, Sayville 589-0027.
Pugliese Vineyards 34515 Main Road, Cutchogue 734-4057.
Macari Vineyards 150 Bergen Ave., Mattituck 298-0100.
Raphael Vineyards 39390 Main Road, Peconic 765-1100.
Martha Clara Vineyards 6025 Sound Ave., Riverhead 298-0075.
Roanoke Vineyards 3543 Sound Ave., Riverhead 727-4161.
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The Grapes of Roth Sag Harbor 725-7999. The Old Field Vineyards 59600 Main Road, Southold 765-0004. Vineyard 48 18910 Route 48, Cutchogue 734-5200. Waters Crest Winery 22355 Route 48, Unit 6, Cutchogue 734-5065. Wölffer Estate Vineyards 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack 537-5106.
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Every Saturday & Sunday from 1:30-5:30 PM weather permitting through October
Wineries Baiting Hollow Farm & Vineyard 2114 Sound Ave., Baiting Hollow, 369-0100, www.baitinghollowfarmvineyard.com. Live music weekends from 2-6 pm. Also, pony rides and weekend food menu. Martha Clara Vineyards 6025 Sound Ave., Riverhead, 298-0075, www.marthaclaravineyards.com. Live music weekends through October. Live Music at Clovis Point Live music every Saturday and Sunday. 2-5 pm at Clovis Point, 1935 Main Road, Jamesport. Call 722-4222. Bedell Cellars & Corey Creek Vineyards Bedell North Fork, 36225 Main Road (Route 25) Cutchogue, 734-7537; Corey Creek Tasting Room, Main Road (Route 25A) Southold, Twilight Thursdays from 5-9 pm beginning Sept. 19. Live music, food and wine. $5 cover. Call 765-4168 or visit www.bedellcellars.com for more information.
Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery Route 48 and Sound Avenue at Alvah’s Lane, Cutchogue, 734-5111, www.castellodiborghese.com. Vineyard Tours and Wine Tastings: A guided tour of the winery and production facility. Wine tasting follows. $20 per person. For tickets, call 734-5111 or visit www.castellodiborghese. com/events. Empty Bottles = Free Tastings Bring us your empty Long Island wine bottles for complimentary tastings and discounts on purchases. Eight bottles for one tasting. 24 bottles for two free tastings and 15 percent off bottle purchases. Jamesport Vineyards, Route 25, Jamesport. 722-5262. Jason’s Vineyard Live music every weekend through Oct. from 2-6 pm; wine tasting room. 1785 Main Road, Jamesport. 238-5801.
Tasting Under the Stars Through Oct. 12 Live music, great wine. As always we will have our telescope out to see stars. 6-10 pm, weather dependent. www.onewomanwines. com. 5195 Old NorthRoad, Southhold. 765-1200. Sept. 29 Pindar Vineyards Harvest Festival Join us at Pindar Vineyards for our annual Harvest Festival. Live bands, wine, beer, local foods, face painting and fun for the entire family. 11 am-6 pm, rain date Oct. 6. 37645 Main Road, Peconic. Call 734-6200 for pricing and more information. Sept. 29 Sparkling Pointe Oyster Showcase Come enjoy the ultimate local oyster experience featuring three oyster farms with an assortment of fresh raw oysters prepared by
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