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Summer In The Village Summer’s here and it’s time to get out and enjoy all that the villages of Huntington have to offer at this time of year. June 25th marks the opening night for the 46th Annual Summer Arts Festival, presented by the Huntington Arts Council. Enjoy live entertainment at Heckscher Park six nights a week throughout the summer. All performances are free and held at the Chapin Rainbow Stage beginning at 8:30 pm all nights but Monday. From Jazz to a Hispanic Dance Festival and live theater, there is something for every member of the family to enjoy including a special tribute to Huntington’s own Harry Chapin on July 16. There are also free concerts at the Northport Village Gazebo as well as live entertainment at venues all over town. You’ll find the complete schedule in this issue of Summer in the Village. Boating weather also means the return of Huntington Lighthouse Tours with dates still available on July 10 & 24, August 7 & 21 and September 18 & 25. Find out more at huntingtonlighthouse.org. Hang on to this issue of Summer in the Village to refer to when you’re looking for something to do and friend us on facebook for updated events and to find out where we’ll be hanging out. Get out there and have some fun, and in the meantime… I’ll see you in the Village, Jim

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Northport Arts Festival

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Movies On The Lawn

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See The Lighthouse

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Listing of Art Galleries

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Historic Huntington

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Historic Northport

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Historic Centerport

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Historic Cold Spring Harbor

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Chapin Rainbow Stage Heckscher Park Huntington Prime Ave. and Main St.

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Northport Community Band at the Harbor’s Edge Northport Under The Direction of Rober W. Krueger

Friday 7/1

Steve Kroon Sextet One of the world’s most versatile and respected percussionists, Steven Kroon grew up in the presence of many influential R&B and jazz musicians, but he’s never forgotten his Latin roots.

Saturday 7/2

Jane Monheit An extraordinarily gifted vocalist, Long Island native Jane Monheit’s sincere and romantic interpretations of exceptional songs have made her a favorite in both the jazz and cabaret worlds.

Performances are FREE and open to the public. Bring a blanket! The Tuesday Night “It’s Showtime” Family Series performances begin at 7:30 p.m.; all other performances begin at 8:30 p.m. Festival Hotline: 631-271-8423 x5 • huntingtonarts.org


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Tuesday 7/5 Michael soloway The Moving with Mike show is all about creative movement, dance, fitness and fun! Lively songs performed with great exuberance and high energy, Mike and his dancers encourage children of all ages to get up, get moving and get their wiggles out! Wednesday 7/6 Huntington Community Band Tonight’s “AN AMERICAN TRIBUTE” will include the Huntington Women’s Choir in a program honoring America and our veterans. There will be a stirring rendition of “The Battle Hymn of The Republic,” an inspirational evening and celebrate our great nation. THursday 7/7 Huntington Choral society Since 1962, The Huntington Choral Society has been entertaining the Long Island community with the great choral works of the world. Tonight’s program will include excerpts from Gershwin’s Porgy & Bess. Friday 7/8 Theophilus London An alternative rap artist from Brooklyn, NY, Theophilus London has a genre-bending approach draws from a range of styles, from soul-pop and post-punk to electro and contemporary R&B. Citing influences that include Michael Jackson and Prince, London made his album debut in 2009 with This Charming Man.

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saTurday 7/9 Bye Bye Birdie (Plaza Theatrical Production) The satiric Broadway hit about Conrad Birdie, rock & roll idol drafted into the army and the effect on his teenage fans and their families in Sweet Apple, Ohio. The score includes “Put On a Happy Face,” “One Last Kiss” and “A Lot of Livin’ To Do.” sunday 7/10 nassau Pops symphony Orchestra Under the direction of Maestro Lou Panacciulli, the Nassau Pops Symphony Orchestra will perform your musical favorites from Broadway, television and the movies. Rely on the Nassau Pops to present a great program of popular and light classical music. Daniel Gale/Sotheby’s International Realty Sponsor Tuesday 7/12 Bari Koral Band Dubbed “Sheryl Crow for kids” by the NY Post, Bari Koral’s catchy, pop friendly tunes and awesome live shows have gained

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her thousands of young (and not so young!) loyal fans. Children may pop like popcorn, surf the waves, run like the gingerbread man, and they may even learn to jam with the band. Wednesday 7/13 Huntington Community Band For their third evening of great band music under the stars, HCB focuses on music written especially for television, with a special guest conductor and instrumental soloist *Be sure to come early for pre-concert entertainment at 7:45 pm. THursday 7/14 isotope stompers A perennial favorite of Festival audiences, this exhilarating high-energy Dixieland Jazz Band will have you celebrating Mardi Gras, New Orleans style, on a mid-summer’s night! Friday 7/15 The Pine Leaf Boys Louisiana’s finest, four-time Grammy-nominated, worldrenowned Pine Leaf Boys present their own inimitable brand of Cajun, Creole & Zydeco music with youthful exuberance. The Boys are hailed as “the best new, energetic and fun Cajun band in a very long time” by The New York Times.

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saTurday 7/16 “Harry Chapin: a Celebration in song,” July 16 will mark 30 years since an automobile crash on the Long Island Expressway took the life of singer, songwriter and social activist Harry Chapin. Two generations of Chapins – Harry’s daughter Jen, his brothers Tom and Steve, the Chapin Sisters and others, will gather to honor that anniversary and Harry’s life, music and legacy. This family reunion concert is collaboration among the Huntington Arts Council, the Town of Huntington, Long Island Cares and the Folk Music Society of Huntington. Fittingly, the family will perform on The Chapin Rainbow Stage, which will be rededicated that evening. Bring canned goods for Long Island Cares! NBTY Helping Hands Charity - Sponsor

Dance Company performing an exquisite repertoire of Dance pieces; Circle of Dance and it’s unique, modern stylistic approach; and the Red Hot Mamas tuneful variety of “Mack the Knife,” “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy,” “Anything Goes,” and “There’s No Business Like Show Business.” Tuesday 7/19 Oran etkin’s Timbalooloo The woodwind maestro brings Timbalooloo, his groundbreaking new method of teaching music to our Festival stage. Makes music from all over the world accessible and fun for children to listen to and learn about!

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SuNday 7/24 North Shore Pops Orchestra The North Shore Pops Orchestra, noted as Long Island’s Favorite Concert Band is made up of a large group of talented musicians of all ages. Come hear this local group play, you won’t want to miss a spectacular evening of music. Crystalyn Wynter – Opening Act Vocalist Crystalyn Wynter, the winner of the Huntington Arts Council’s third annual “Got Talent? Long Island,” will perform on the Chapin Rainbow Stage. July 22

Friday 7/22 Cyril Neville One of New Orleans’ music and cultural icons, through his Grammy award winning work with the Neville Brothers, his years as vocalist and percussionist with the Meters, to his work today with The Voice of the Wetlands All-stars, Galactic and his own solo band TRIBE 13, Cyril Neville continues to raise the bar for entertainers for years to come. Saturday 7/23 Brooklyn rundfunk Orkestrata (BrO) The Brooklyn Rundfunk Orkestrata is the latest mastermind from Peter Kiesewalter, leader and musical mind behind Grammy nominated East Village Opera Company. BRO’s debut album and live Show “The Hills Are Alive” is a genre-bending adaptation of songs from Rodgers and Hammerstein’s iconic musical The Sound of Music.

tueSday 7/26 “Circus” Marionetes de la esquina This fabulous puppet theater company from Mexico has been entertaining children and adults alike since 1975. Experience the magic of 13 marionettes and an actor as they bring you the color, vitality and happiness which is produced when the tent goes up and “The Circus” opens its doors! WedNeSday 7/27 Huntington Community Band (HCB) HCB finale concert welcomes back guest conductor and HCB Music Director Laureate Robert V. Domencetti. Tonight’s theme

is “Encore-Encore!” featuring music by Kalinnikov, Bizet, John Williams and more! The BIG finale features audience favorite: Tchaikovysky’s “1812 Overture” accompanied by a LIVE cannon (Jim McAward, HCB Cannoneer). Guest soloist, TBA. * Be sure to come early for pre-concert entertainment at 7:45 pm. tHurSday 7/28 david Wax Museum this high energy band fuses Mexican folk with american roots and indie rock to create an utterly unique Mexo-Americana aesthetic. Combining Latin rhythms, calland-response hollering, and donkey jawbone rattling, they have electrified audiences across the country. Time Magazine topten pick at the 2011 South by Southwest extravaganza. Friday 7/29 Mally Lewis & Lamb Chop Lamb Chop, a ewe (and puppet), has been actively performing since 1957, first with Shari Lewis and now with Mally Lewis. Don’t miss this truly delightful performance that appeals both to the young and old. Guaranteed to induce wonderful memories and the feeling that you’ve just gained a new best friend!

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WedneSday 8/3 twin Shores Chorus & Island Hills Chorus/Sweet adelines Dedicated to preserving the truly original American art form of a capella harmony in their distinctive barbershop and Sweet Adelines styles, each chorus performs a wide range of show tunes, patriotic themes and old-fashioned love songs, along with jazz and spiritual offerings. tHurSday 8/4 aurelio Martinez A soulful, powerfully evocative singer, Garifuna/Honduran composer and guitarist Aurelio Martinez brings a bittersweet vocal style to the guitaraccompanied paranda ballad and other traditional Garifuna song forms. No hype or derivative artifice, just contemporary roots music true to its hybrid cultural origins!

tueSday 8/2 “Mammoth Follies” Hudson Vagabond Puppets “Mammoth Follies” explores the wonders of evolution in an old-fashioned revue of original songs, witty jokes, and earthsmashing dances performed by giant dinosaur puppets, including your host Willie

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FrIday 8/5 anderson & roe Perhaps the most thrilling young piano duo performing today, Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe bring joyous camaraderie and refined artistry to adrenalized classical concerts that are revolutionizing the piano duo experience for the 21st century. They have been described as “Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers transposed from the dance floor to the keyboard” (The Southampton Press). Saturday 8/6 aztec two-Step Rex Fowler and Neil Shulman celebrate their 40th Anniversary as the folk/rock duo Aztec TwoStep. One of acoustic music’s most popular and enduring acts, they continue to impress audiences with intelligent songwriting, dazzling acoustic lead guitar, and inspiring harmonies. Co-presented with Folk Music Society of Huntington.

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Sunday 8/7 “a Chorus Line” BroadHollow Theatre Company The Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning musical A Chorus Line, leap, turns and tap its way to center stage. A collection of dancers are asked to tell the director about themselves in order to land a part in a Broadway show. Songs include “What I Did for Love,” “At the Ballet,” and “One.” TueSday 8/9 Teatro Sea- Ricitos and the Three Bears Super nosey Ricitos (Goldilocks) leads audiences on a Latinized adventure in this bi-lingual version of the classic fairy tale. Integrating life-size puppetry with live-action theatre and music, Ricitos learns many important lessons and becomes good friends with the Bear family. WedneSday 8/10 The Long Island dance Consortium no. 2 Long Island Dance Consortium’s second evening brings you the American Dance Theatre of Long Island, with its large company performing major, multiple dances; Variations, a Dancer’s Studio providing a variety of unique dance numbers; and the Long Island Ballet Theatre, under the direction of Christopher Fleming who will be creating a new work for this evening in the Park. Last, but not least, the Long Island High School for the Arts (LIHSA) will present its troop of talented dancers performing under the direction of the school’s professional staff. THuRSday 8/11 Handmade Puppet dreams Handmade Puppet Dreams is a provocative, challenging, and savvy collection of short films created by independent artists exploring the art of handmade puppet craft especially for cinema. Presented by Heather Henson of IBEX Puppetry. FRIday 8/12 Gandalf Murphy and the Slambovian Circus of dreams They’ve been called “the hillbilly Pink Floyd.” Throw in elements of Incredible String Band, Neil Young, The Band, Bob Dylan, and maybe even some Frank Zappa, and you’ll get a sense of this band’s contagious brand of quirky Americana.

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SaTuRday 8/13 The Long Island Philharmonic Join us once again as the Long Island Philharmonic, with Music Director David Stewart Wiley, provides for a musical experience that will entertain, excite and inspire. Sunday 8/14 Brother Joscephus and the Love Revival Revolution A 12-piece explosion of righteousness that blends New Orleans party music, soul in the style of Ray Charles and Al Green, a good helping of jambandy Roots Rock and a righteous splash of good, upbeat Gospel without the religious overtones.

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The Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Building was completed in 1892 as a memorial to the 40 townsmen who died in the Civil War. The idea for a memorial was first proposed in 1865. Huntington’s leading citizens joined together to create The Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Association in 1886 and fund raising efforts finally bore fruit when the building was completed in 1892. The building is the first of several monumental civic structures built in Huntington in the two decades surrounding the turn of the twentieth century. The Memorial Building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and as part of Old Town Hall National Register Historic District. Open to visitors and located at 228 Main Street, Huntington. For more information call 631- 427-7045, Ext. 401, huntingtonhistoricalsociety.org.

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The Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Building was completed in 1892 as a memorial to the 40 townsmen who died in the Civil War. The idea for a memorial was first proposed in 1865. Huntington’s leading citizens joined together to create The Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Association in 1886 and fund raising efforts finally bore fruit when the building was completed in 1892. The building is the first of several monumental civic structures built in Huntington in the two decades surrounding the turn of the twentieth century. The Memorial Building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and as part of Old Town Hall National Register Historic District. Open to visitors and located at 228 Main Street, Huntington. For more information call 631- 427-7045, Ext. 401, huntingtonhistoricalsociety.org.

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AROUND THE VILLAGES Through November 19 Northport Farmers Market - Every Saturday from 8am to1pm, RAIN OR SHINE at the Cow Harbor Parking Lot at the foot of Main Street at the Harbor. Fresh vegetables and fruit, fresh fish, baked goods, cheese and pickles, gourmet foods, fresh pasta, grass fed meats, fresh eggs, oils, sauces and balsamic vinegars, jellies, jams and tapenades, fresh cut flowers, annuals and perennials, potted plants, herbs, treats for your pet. Music for your pleasure. For more information call 631-754-3905. northportny.com. Through Labor Day weekend Living History Tour - It’s a typical summer afternoon at Eagles’ Nest in the late 1930s. The mansion staff is abuzz with the arrival of special guests — the newly married Duke and Duchess of Windsor. Experience a day at the summer home of the Vanderbilts with a behind-the-scenes look at their lives. Guests will be greeted by the Duchess herself, or a

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AROUND tHE vILLAGES July 22 Happenings On Main Street – Open Mic – Bring your friends, sign up at event. Northport Village Park Patio, 7pm, free – bring seating. For information northportarts.org.

July 29 Happenings On Main Street – Miller’s Crossing – singer/songwriter, Bluegrass. Northport Village Park Patio, 7pm, free – bring seating. For information northportarts.org. August 1 Every Tuesday Family Nights Main Street Closure - Food, sidewalk sales, games, music, antique cars. Fun for the whole family. Sponsored by the Northport Chamber of Commerce. 6-9pm. Northportny.com.

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August 5 Happenings On Main Street – Frogs Without Boundaries, Sandy/Steve Edwards, Miss Trees, Lynn, Annie, Sandy – singer/songwriters, Folk, Country. Northport Village Park Patio, 7pm, free – bring seating. For information northportarts.org. August 5 through August 28 Much Ado About Nothing - Presented by The Arena Players Repertory Theater - Done in full costume and set against the magnificent backdrop of the historic Vanderbilt mansion, Much Ado about Nothing is Shakespeare’s story of quarrelsome lovers, brotherly betrayal and a very happy ending! Eavesdropping, spying, and deceiving give rise to a pervasive attitude of distrust – especially between the sexes. The Vanderbilt Museum & Planetarium, 180 Little Neck Road, Centerport. (631) 854 – 5579, Arenaplayers.org. Reservations are highly recommended. Call 516- 293-0674 to reserve tickets. continued on page 64

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AROUND tHE vILLAGES August 11 through September 1 Northport Summerfest Concerts at the Robert W. Krueger Bandshell, Village Park. See the Page 20 or Northport Chamber of Commerce Shopping & Recreational guide available at Chamber merchants for a list of performers. Thursdays, 7:30pm. Northportny.com. August 12 Happenings On Main Street – Scheduled Event. Director’s Choice. Northport Village Park Patio, 7pm, free – bring seating. For information northportarts.org. August 19 Historic Pub Crawl - Town Historian Robert Hughes will lead a historical walking tour of Huntington Village, starting at 6:30. Along the way we will stop at three pubs, all of which play a role in Huntington’s history. At each stop participants will have enough time to enjoy a pint or two! (Drinks are not included. Our last stop, Canterbury Ales will offer tour

participants $5.00 16oz pints of either one of the Sam Adams’ they have on tap, or $5.00 house Red or White wine). The tour will begin at the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Building, located at 228 Main Street in Huntington Village, where participants will get a chance to view the new exhibit. The cost of the walking tour is $5 per HHS member ($10 for nonmembers). Reservations are required; please call 631-427-7045 x401. Happenings On Main Street – Latimer Experience – Great Jazz, World Music & AfroBeat. Northport Village Park Patio, 7pm, free – bring seating. For information northportarts.org. continued on page 68

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AROUND tHE vILLAGES August 20 Heritage Crafts Fair - The Huntington Historical Society will bring together many of the local Crafts people who will be offering the results of their skills to the community. Pottery, Jewelry and fabric products will be available. at the Kissam House property, located at 434 Park Ave., Huntington. Huntingtonhistoricalsociety. org. Turtle Hatch Day - See the hatching of baby turtles. Female turtles laid their eggs in June and July and the hatchlings have now hatched. Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery. 160 Rte. 25A, Cold Spring Harbor. 516-692-6768 cshfha.org.

August 21 Parading Down Main Street - Join The Northport Historical Society for an entertaining and informative guided walking tour of Northport’s historic business district. Using photos from their collection and a true gift for storytelling, your guide will make Main Street’s past come alive. Tickets may be purchased the day of the tour in the Museum Shop at a cost of $5 per person. The tour group meets at 1:30 p.m. on the front steps of our Museum, 215 Main Street, Northport. 631-757-9859, northporthistoricalsociety.org. Northport Art Walk - The Art Walk is a free, self-guided walking tour that allows you to meet local artists and see their work in venues along Main Street and harbor of Northport. The program runs from 1-5 pm. Presented by the Northport Chamber of Commerce and the Northport Arts Coalition. For more information, visit northportartwalk.com. continued on page 70

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AROUND tHE vILLAGES September 4 Vanderbilt Car Show - Long Island Vettes, Inc. (rain date: September 11). Vanderbilt Museum 180, Little Neck Road, Centerport. Vanderviltmuseum.org. September 11 Northport Art Walk - The Art Walk is a free, self-guided walking tour that allows you to meet local artists and see their work in venues along Main Street and harbor of Northport. The program runs from 1-5 pm. Presented by the Northport Chamber of Commerce and the Northport Arts Coalition. For more information, visit northportartwalk.com.

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