Events

Workshops
January 1, 2018 - February 28, 2018
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Stony Brook Village Center

631-751-2244

Stony Brook Village now offers a variety of workshops!

  • Get the most out of your DSLR with tips and tricks from Camera Concepts and Telescope Solutions
  • Become a chocolateir with one of the many workshops offered at Chocolate Works
  • Host a shopping party at Chico’s, Loft or Mint
  • Learn how to use Photoshop with Camera Concepts and Telescope Solutions
  • Learn more!
Running Scared Running Free
February 1, 2018 - February 28, 2018
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Educational and Cultural Center

631-751-2244

Long Island’s history comes alive with an interactive theatrical performance based on oral history. Experience this live, on-stage drama about the links between the Underground Railroad, secret codes hidden in quilts and the strength of the human spirit in the struggle for freedom.

 

Select Dates Available

 

Reservations Required

Adults- $12 pp

Students- $12pp (up to 35 students),  $8pp (over 35 students)

Distance Learning- $250 per class (IP & ISPN connectivity)

In-school performance- $1500

 

**Ask about special pricing for groups over 35 people**

 

 

Now You See It … Now You Don’t
February 2, 2018
7pm - 9pm

Educational and Cultural Center

631-689-5888

Join us for a night of mystery and mayhem! This  mystery dinner includes a buffet dinner, wine, dessert, and coffee/tea. Plus, a free jewelry raffle!

 

Call 631-689-5888 to reserve your spot today!

 

2018 Chinese New Year Celebration
February 11, 2018
1 pm - 4 pm

Educational and Cultural Center

631-689-5888

Celebrate the New Year with festivities including:

  • Authentic Shaolin Kung Fu-Lion Dance & Kung Fu Demonstration
  • Manhattan Taiko- Taiko Drumming
  • Long Island Chinese Dance Group- Chinese Dancing and Singing
  • A children’s craft activity

 

Advanced Registration Required

 

Adults- $12

Seniors & Children under 12- $10

Tepee Ted
February 20, 2018 - February 22, 2018
10 AM - 12 PM

Educational and Cultural Center

631-689-5888

Connect your children with fun filled days of learning how Native children, of long ago, learned the skills and knowledge necessary to live comfortable lives in the wilderness. Taking place inside Stony Brook Village Center’s Educational and Cultural Center, students will be introduced to the bows and arrows, as well as the role story-telling played in Native American experience. Hands-on activities include touching deer skins and bones and learning the ways item of daily use were made. Indian drums, games and jewelry from, wood, shells and beads complete the adventure.

 

Cost: $90 for all 3 days (per day pricing: $35 pp)

Minimum participants: 10

Hot Cocoa and Marshmallows
February 20, 2018 - February 23, 2018
10:30 AM - 12 PM

Educational & Cultural Center

(631) 689-5888

Your child will love listening to picture books brought to life by none other than the author of the book! Following the story, you and your child can enjoy a cup of hot cocoa with marshmallows! Each reading starts at 10:30 AM, the schedule is as followed:

 

Tuesday, February 20: Arline Goldstein – Keeping Time with Jou-Jou

 

Wednesday, February 21: Karen Seader – In Your Heart Lives a Rainbow

 

Thursday, February 22: Stacey Moshier – Dylan the Singing Duck

 

Friday, February 23: Michelle Zimmerman – Can’t Catch a Butterfly

 

Hot Cocoa & Marshmallows will follow!

$3 pp reservations not required

631-689-5888

 

 

Long Island’s Got Talent
April 14, 2018
2pm - 5pm

Educational & Cultural Center

631-751-2244

Come showcase your musical talent at The Ward Melville Heritage Organization’s annual Long Island’s Got Talent preliminary event.

  • This event is open to students 10-17 years old who reside in Nassau or Suffolk county.
  • To be considered for the event you must submit a registration form along with a $25 entry fee, an audition tape and proof of age.