Sunday Mar 18 @ 9:00 AM
Maple Weekend: Pancake Breakfast
Hilltop Hanover Farm – Come celebrate New York's Maple Fest at Hilltop Hanover Farm and Environmental Center! We are partnering up with White Oak Farm (the closest sugar house to New York City) to provide you with an exciting and unique weekend. Join us at our farm, which over looks the Croton watershed and Manhattan skyline, for a pancake breakfast. Then make your way to White Oak Farm, just one mile down the road, for a tour of their beautiful sugar house! Advanced registration will be required, so get your ticket while you can! There will be three seatings each Saturday and Sunday of Maple Fest. Please follow the provided link to sign up for a seating!
    Sunday Mar 18 @ 10:00 AM
Storm the Castle
Stepping Stones Museum for Children – Help us put the final touches on our Irish castle, build forts and construct catapults to protect the castle.
    Sunday Mar 18 @ 10:00 AM
Accessibility Day
Stepping Stones Museum for Children – Free admission for families of children with special needs.
    Sunday Mar 18 @ 11:00 AM
Special Needs Financial Planning
Stepping Stones Museum for Children – Meet Stephen Ehrens, a family financial planner who specializes in helping families with children that have special needs prepare for their future.
    Sunday Mar 18 @ 12:00 PM
Winter Planetarium Shows
Stamford Museum & Nature Center – Take a tour of the constellations or planets in our galaxy! Learn about star stories in the sky, how to recognize common winter constellations, which planets are made of rock or gas, and more. Topics and content will vary each week. There will be two programs, each beginning promptly with limited seating. The first program begins at 12 and the second begins at 1:30 with limited seating. Doors will open 10 minutes before show time; no late admissions please. Recommended for ages 6 and up. No strollers, please. Parents must accompany children. Members: Free | Non-Members: Included with gate admission.
    Sunday Mar 18 @ 1:00 PM
Story and Craft - FULL
Muscoot Farm – This event is now FULL! Thank you for your interest! Keep checking Facebook for upcoming events. --- Pre-registration required, call (914) 864-7286 to register. We will be reading a book from Dr. Seuss and making a craft inspired by the story in celebration of Dr. Seuss' birthday month! All ages welcome. Please note this is not a drop-off event. Free!
    Sunday Mar 18 @ 2:00 PM
Secrets of North Korea: Torture, Slave Camps Genocide & Silence
Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County – HMTC presents a program on "Secrets of North Korea: Torture, Slave Camps, Genocide and Silence." Decades of atrocities in North Korea are evidenced through Survivor art and by testimonies of camps guards and escaped prisoners. $10 suggested donation to attend. RSVP in advance is recommended. To RSVP call (516) 571-8040.
    Sunday Mar 18 @ 4:00 PM
Acrobats of China ft The New Shanghai Circus
The Ridgefield Playhouse – In acts that often trace their origin to the harvest festivals of more than 2,000 years ago, this youthful and graceful company enthralls audiences with a range of demanding performances, most of them typifying Chinese circus and constituting a refreshing alternative to the Western tradition. Under the direction of Zhao Lizhi, the artistry, individually and collectively, attains levels that make it seem almost unfair to single out any act, from jugglers to the comic knife throwers and the bicyclist who finishes by piling about 10 of his colleagues aboard his vehicle.
    Sunday Mar 18 @ 7:45 PM
Matador! Soul Sounds on StageOne
Fairfield Theatre Company – Matador Soul Sounds with Muscle Tough on StageOne 3/18 Featuring: Eddie Roberts (The New Mastersounds) Alan Evans (Soulive) Chris Spies + Kevin Scott (Jimmy Herring) Adryon de León Music + Kimberly Dawson (Pimps of Joytime) Matador! Soul Sounds is a band loosely based on the concept of Spanish bullfighting. A common misconception in America is that bullfighting is a feat of one man versus one bull—in reality, bullfighting is largely a team effort by a matador and his cuadrilla. Born from the vision of Eddie Roberts (The New Mastersounds) and Alan Evans (Soulive) their fierce cuadrilla consists of keyboardist Chris Spies and bassist Kevin Scott (Jimmy Herring) as the band’s “banderilleros". Adding a feminine energy to the band are Adryon de León and Kimberly Dawson (Pimps of Joytime) on vocals. Combining the dynamism of each bandleader, the music they have created is brand new, hard-hitting and drenched with their shared musical passions - jazz, funk & soul.
    Sunday Mar 18 @ 8:00 PM
Marc Cohn
Brian Rosenberg NY – Marc Cohn Sun 3/18 @ 8pm NYCB Theatre at Westbury, Westbury, NY
    Monday Mar 19 @ 7:00 PM
New Canaan NAMI Family-to-Family Class
NAMI Southwest CT – NAMI Family-to-Family is a FREE, 12-session education program for family, partners, friends and significant others of adults living with mental health conditions. It is a designated evidence-based program taught by NAMI-trained family members who have "been there." Research shows that the program significantly improves the coping and problem-solving abilities of the people closest to an individual living with a mental health condition. For more information about Family-to-Family, please visit our website at: This class will meet on Monday evenings, at 7:00 pm, beginning on Monday, March 19. To register, please contact Bob (203) 849-9573 or Marietta (203) 329-8633.
    Tuesday Mar 20 @ 11:15 AM
Explorations: Nature's Balance
Stepping Stones Museum for Children – Explore the vernal Equinox by playing the night and day balance game!
    Tuesday Mar 20 @ 1:00 PM
Seeking Inspiration in the Japanese Garden with Peter Grilli
The New York Botanical Garden – Celebrated as havens of tranquility and beauty, Japanese gardens integrate profound spiritual attitudes and cultural values with superb design and refined craftsmanship. Over the centuries, poets, emperors, religious leaders, and aestheticians have created Japan's finest gardens. Peter Grilli, a leading commentator on Japanese culture, will discuss the Japanese garden as an endlessly enriching source of creativity and cultural inspiration.
    Tuesday Mar 20 @ 7:00 PM
Croton Reads 2018: Allison Pataki Author Event
Croton Free Library – Croton Free Library proudly announces our Croton Reads 2018 “One Village, One Book” title: Allison Pataki’s best-selling debut historical novel, "The Traitor’s Wife: The Woman Behind Benedict Arnold and the Plot to Betray America." Whether you’re a Revolutionary War aficionado, a local history buff, or a fan of suspenseful historical fiction, you’ll want to join neighbors and friends for the fifth annual Croton Reads event on March 20, 2018 when New York Times-bestselling author and local resident Allison Pataki will read from and discuss her novel. THE BOOK "The Traitor’s Wife" is now available in print, large print, ebook and audiobook editions at Croton Free Library. PANEL DISCUSSION Join us Tuesday, March 6, at 7:00 p.m. for a panel and book discussion inspired by the novel. Free and open to the public, no tickets required. MEET THE AUTHOR New York Times-bestselling author of The Traitor’s Wife, Allison Pataki will be appearing at Croton Free Library on Tuesday, March 20th, at 7:00 p.m. TICKETING Croton Free Library card holders may pick up a maximum of two free tickets per family at the reference desk beginning Saturday, March 3rd. Any remaining tickets will be made available to the general public beginning Monday, March 12th. Tickets are required and space is limited so please get yours early.
    Tuesday Mar 20 - Mar 12 @ 8:00 PM
Digging Deep - Bible Study
The Redeemed Christian Church of God (Restoration Arena Stamford) – Join us for our weekly Bible Study. Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.- Psalm 119:105
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 7:00 PM
Wood Pallet Painting at Bar Louie in Massapequa: 3/21/18
Drinkable Arts Long Island – Come Join us at Bar Louie for a SPECIAL Drinkable Arts "Life is What Happens Between Coffee and Wine" Wood Pallet Paint Party!!! Ready to get your creativity on mixed with a ton of fun?!! Come paint your own wood palette sign and 'UNCORK YOUR CREATIVE SIDE!!' Join us at Bar Louie located at One Sunrise Mall in Massapequa at 7pm and let's get your paint on! We provide all the materials and help you make your creative design come to life! Class fee is $45 and includes one 14x20 wood palette sign, paint, brushes and all supplies needed! All you need to do is come and join in on the fun!! Custom painted glasses will be available for order and select Hand Painted Glassware will be available for purchase the night of this event! ~~Full bar and food menu will be offered before, during and after the event!!!~~ Stay connected and 'Like' 'Drinkable Arts Long Island' on Facebook and follow us on Instagram @DrinkableArtsLI!!
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 8:00 PM
The English Beat
The Ridgefield Playhouse – It’s an energetic night of ska-punk fusion like no other! With hits “I Confess” and “Save It For Later” among others, the band’s unique sound has allowed it to endure for nearly three decades and appeal to fans, young and old, all over the world.
    Thursday Mar 22 @ 10:00 AM
Fifth Annual Humanities Institute Symposium: Plant Intelligence
The New York Botanical Garden – Do plants have intelligence? Current advances in research shed new light on the remarkable interior life of plants. German forester Peter Wohlleben and Italian plant physiologist Stefano Mancuso explore the question of plant intelligence using biological evidence to challenge our common perception of plants and nature. Sharing intriguing new findings made in the forest and in the lab, these experts present new paradigms for our understanding of the vegetal world. Harvard’s distinguished historian of science, Janet Browne, moderates the discussion. A booksigning will follow the presentations.
    Thursday Mar 22 @ 10:00 AM
Create with Kali: Flying Fairies
Stepping Stones Museum for Children – TBD Recommended for all ages
    Thursday Mar 22 @ 10:00 AM
Job Fair - Northport Public Library
Suffolk County Department of Labor, Licensing & Consumer Affairs – JOB FAIR Presented by the Suffolk County One-Stop Employment Center Northport Public Library 151 Laurel Avenue, Northport, NY 11768 631-261-6930 Thursday, March 22, 2018 • 10:00am – 1:00pm Scheduled to attend: AFLAC ~ Attentive Care ~ Bachrach Group ~ Better Business Bureau ~ Bob’s Discount Furniture ~ Brightstar Care ~ Burlington Stores ~ Canon USA ~ Castella Imports ~ Catholic Guardian ~ Combined Insurance ~ First In Service Staffing ~ Flexstaff ~ Hellen Keller Services for the Blind ~ Home Depot ~ Interim Healthcare ~ LIRR ~ Lloyd Staffing ~ Northwell Health ~ NRL Strategies ~ Options for Community Living ~ People Ready ~ Prudential ~ Renewal by Andersen ~ SCO Family of Services ~ SCOPE ~ SCWA ~ South Shore Home Health ~ Suffolk County Civil Service ~ Well Life Network All are welcome and no registration is required Bring copies of your resume and dress to impress! REMEMBER: *If you are in need of proper interview attire, please contact CAREER COUTURE @ (631) 853-6769