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Singing into summer

As summer fast approaches, the Bay Area Friends of the Fine Arts (BAFFA) Chorus and Symphony Orchestra welcomed the increasingly sunny days with their concert “Weather” on June 8. …

In 2008, the Islip Arts Council wanted to encourage students to continue their education and pursue careers in performing arts and theater. Thus, The Teenys Gala was born: Islip Arts Council’s …

Sayville High School junior, Vicki Li, stands with her winning poster for the 110th anniversary of the Sayville Village Improvement Society. With Vicki are SVIS incoming president Sherri Casey …

One might wonder how to possibly do a musical with serious overtones like murder, the mob, and mayhem, but Argyle Theatre’s production of “A Bronx Tale,” based on a play by Chazz …

The library is an adventure every day, from the depths of the ocean to the Milky Way, from far-off lands to community parks, from a classic to the newest book. Your library card is a passport to …

Brian Robinson, who has produced Macy’s Flower Shows for the last eight years, entertained the Sayville Garden Club’s Spring Luncheon as the key speaker this year. Robinson is the …

On Sunday, May 19, the Bayport Aerodrome Society will be hosting a Vintage Wings and Wheels   from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Located at 60 Vitamin Drive in Bayport, the Aerodrome provides free …

On Saturday, June 8 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., shoppers will find toys, holiday decorations, clothes, shoes, books and other items when Episcopal Church Women (ECW) holds its yearly craft/yard sale at …

The bacchanalian spirit of the ‘70s, along with the harsh realities of the working-class at the end of the age of prosperity, clash but transform into the glamorous, yet wanting world of …

The Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts and longtime collaborating organization Women Sharing Art Inc. held an exhibit at the Gilette House in Sayville for members of the latter as well as the recipients …

On Saturday, May 4, the Sayville Farmers’ Market began their season that runs until November from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Islip Grange Park on Broadway Avenue. “Last year our patrons …

On April 18, 18 members of Women Sharing Art, a Bayport-based organization that celebrates the feminine mystique through artistic expression, alongside community outreach endeavors, embarked on a …

St. John’s Church will be holding their first Food Truck Festival Saturday, May 18 from noon to 5 p.m. There will be food, games and live music. Entry is free. The event is rain or shine. …

On Saturday, May 4, the Sayville United Methodist Church, at 164 Greene Avenue, will be hosting their Spring Boutique, where they will have local artisans as vendors with jellies and other handmade …

The Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts gallery at Gillette House is hosting an exhibit for return artists Bobbie and Bob Dalpiaz. The husband and wife team is a “creative collaboration… …

You could call Brian Stoll a Broadway superfan. The West Islip resident has the Playbill from each of the more than 300 Broadway productions he’s seen over the years, many of which are …

Connetquot student artist Drew DeSiano’s sculpture “The Cat” is equal parts Edward Gorey and Tim Burton. This rendition of the beloved “Cat in the Hat” is not the …

Congratulations to Sayville High School students Emma Dean-Stahl and Helena Pirozzi for being featured in and winning awards in Long Island’s Best: Young Artists at the Heckscher Museum 2024. …

The annual Congressional Art Contest was held at the Islip Arts Council in Bay Shore on Sunday, April 14. Two students from Connetquot, Sidney Shurgin and Sofia Policano, won first place and …

The Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts (BAFFA) held their annual juried invitational high school exhibition at their gallery in Gillette House. With submissions from high schools throughout Suffolk …

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