Long Island Heritage Trail Events

Stony Brook Village Event07/08/2017-07/08/2017
(1:00 PM -3:00 PM)

Heckscher Museum of Art Lego Workshop

Calling all Lego builders! Meet and build along with Lego Artist David Haliski.  The first 25 families receive a free Heckscher Museum “Take and Make” Lego set. The Lego workshop is part of The Heckscher Museum’s 97th Anniversary Celebration, with free admission and free family activities all weekend, July 8-8, 2017.  Museum Hours: Sat & Sun 11 AM to 5 PM.  Lego Event, July 8, 1 to 3 PM

 

 

Location: Heckscher Museum of Art

Cost: FREE EVENT

 

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Stony Brook Village Event07/08/2017-07/08/2017
(7:30 PM -9:00 PM)

Salut au Monde Series, Part 2: Re-Discovering Walt: The Story Behind the Research with Zachary Turpin

WWBA continues its 2017 Program Series, Salut au Monde. This title is taken from one of Whitman’s poems and we aim to bring the world to the Whitman stage with this Series. Zachary Turpin, as a graduate student from the University of Houston, found the unknown Whitman novel, Life and Adventures of Jack Engle, authored by Whitman under a pseudonym, will be here to discuss his discovery. Free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.

Location: Walt Whitman Birthplace

Cost: Free

 

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07/09/2017-08/20/2017
(7:00 PM -9:00 PM)

Sunday Summer Concerts on the Green

Bring the whole family to this FREE ongoing concert series! From July 9th to August 20th every Sunday there is a new band.

*Opening up each event is a Finalist to our Long Island’s Got Talent Competition

 

July 9 – Ed Decorsia and NY’s Most Dangerous Big Band

*Lydia Von Hof, 2016 LIGT Winner

*Robert Montano

 

July 16 – Just Sixties!

*Makayla Connolly

 

July 23 – The Precisions

*Jessica Nunez

 

July 30 – Six Gun

*Thomas Foschino

 

August 6 – Sugar & Spice Band

*Christy Jean

 

August 13 – The Jazz Loft Big Band

*Paul Foschino

 

August 20 – Left Jab

*Claire Lindsey

Location: Stony Brook Village Green

Cost: FREE

 

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Stony Brook Village Event08/13/2017-08/13/2017
(2:00 PM -4:00 PM)

Salut Au Monde Series, Part 3: Native American Storytelling with Joseph Bruchac

WWBA continues its 2017 Program Series, Salut au Monde. This title is taken from one of Whitman’s poems and we aim to bring the world to the Whitman stage with this Series. Joseph Bruchac will present a 60 minute program on Native American Storytelling. Sandi Brewster-Walker will speak on her story as a Long Island Native American and feature her book, The Colored Girl From Long Island. Q&A and book signing to follow. Free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.

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Location: Walt Whitman Birthplace

Cost: Free

 

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08/14/2017-08/18/2017
(10:00 AM -2:00 PM)

Summer of Science: Salt Marsh Detectives!

Ages 10 to 12

Set at the Ernst Marine Conservation Center, located in the heart of an 88-acre wetland preserve at West Meadow Creek, Stony Brook, participants explore the intricacies of the salt marsh food web and learn their ecological value. As outdoor naturalists and detectives, participants will work in teams to identify animal tracks, determine the direction of tides, and identify the birds, animals and fauna of the creek. Back at the lab, they will piece together the inner workings of the salt marsh ecosystem using magnifying glasses, field guides and touch tanks.

Fee: $275.00 for week. Register by June 15 for the early-bird rate ($265.00). Minimum 10 participants, maximum 15. Two weeks notice is required for all cancellations without penalty.

Location: Ernst Marine Conservation Center

Cost: $275.00 for week

 

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Stony Brook Village Event08/20/2017-08/20/2017
(2:00 PM -4:00 PM)

Salut Au Monde Series, Part 3: Native Indian Storytelling with Joseph Bruchac

WWBA continues its 2017 Program Series, Salut au Monde. This title is taken from one of Whitman’s poems and we aim to bring the world to the Whitman stage with this Series. Joseph Bruchac will present a 60 minute program on Native Indian Storytelling. Sandi Brewster-Walker will speak on her story as a Long Island Native American and feature her book, The Colored Girl From Long Island. Q&A and book signing to follow. Free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.

Location: Walt Whitman Birthplace

Cost: Free

 

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08/21/2017-08/25/2017
(10:00 AM -1:00 PM)

Summer of Science: Salt Marsh Scientists!

Aspire to be an expert of the Salt Marsh! Guided by local marine scientists participants will conduct scientific research monitoring birds, crabs and plants at the heart of an 88-acre wetland preserve at West Meadow Creek, Stony Brook. Along with discovering the populations, communities and biodiversity of the marsh, we’ll observe concepts like zonation, and learn about what we can do to protect the marsh. Participants will
also learn about the diverse field of science related to protecting marine life.

Fee: $225.00 for week. Register by July 30 for the early-bird rate ($210.00).
Minimum 10 participants, maximum 15. Two weeks notice is required for all cancellations without penalty.

Location: Ernst Marine Conservation Center

Cost: $225.00 for week

 

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