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Wednesday
Mar222017

Caleb Smith - Windcatchers


Saturday, April 1, 2017 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Caleb Smith State Park Preserve

(631) 265-1054

Wind plays an important part in our world. Discover the advantages and disadvantages of the wind through hands-on activities and games. Afterwards, you’ll create a unique windcatcher to use at home.

Family Program

$4.00 per person
Children under 3 are free unless participating.

Registration: Required

Wednesday
Mar222017

Forest to Forest: Our Vanishinig Treasures

turtle-town

Kick off the spring by joining Just before the new year, Sweetbriar opened its new local woodland exhibit.   The children, and adults too, have enjoyed the sensory experience the exhibit offers, including a crawl space for visitors to see the underground world of a forest.  Alongside this exciting sensory experiences is our amazing simulated rain forest that has been standing for almost twenty years.  On this day Sweetbriar staff will help participants explore both forests, visit the forests on our preserve, and meet some of our resident animals that live in and around trees.  Children will create an arboreal animal to take home. 

When: Saturday, March 25. 1pm to 3pm

Who: Families with children of all ages

How Much: $10/child, $5/adult. discounts available for scouts

Wednesday
Mar222017

Spring Egg Hunt and Celebration

Girls at Spring Festival               Egg Hunt scramble

Sweetbriar welcomes the season with a fun filled day of face painting, games, stories, wildlife programs, egg hunts, animal presentations and a guest appearance by the Easter Bunny.

When: Saturday, April 15, 12 to 4pm

Who: Families of children of all ages

How much:  $15/child, $5/adult

Wednesday
Mar222017

Prom Formal Wear Drive

Wednesday
Mar222017

Boarding Pass For Smithtown Historical Society's Titanic Gala

 

Wednesday
Mar222017

Horizons Offers Program To Help Teens Deal With Anger And Frustration

Tuesday
Mar212017

You Are Invited For Free Screening Of "Underwater" Discussion To Follow

The Rotary Club of Commack-Kings Park  Addictions Committee invites you to attend one of our free Screenings of Bryan Fitzgerald’s short film Underwater, followed by Facilitated Community Discussions of Addictions and Recovery.
 
Thursday, March 30th, 7:30pm
and repeated on Sunday, April 2nd, 7:30pm 
 
Location:  Westy Self Storage
4049 Jericho Turnpike (Rte. 25), East Northport
(Just West of Larkfield Road, North of Sears/Barnes & Nobel)
 
No charge, but advance reservations are requested
RSVP at www.underwaterckp.eventbrite.com
www.underwaterckp.eventbrite.com
Commack-Kings Park Rotary Club & Westy Self Storage Present a viewing of the short film “Under Water”* *May not be suitable for youth under 15 years old Written and directed by local resident Bryan Fitzgerald Film Screening & Facilitated Community Discussion of Addiction and Recovery Thursday, March 30th, 7:30pmandSunday, April 2nd, 7:30pm Location: Westy Self Storage4049 Jericho Turnpike, East Northport This program is designed to increase awareness of parents, educators, at-risk youth and their loved ones for signs of alcohol and drug addictions. We will explore reducing the likelihood of addictions through family and community based education, as well as the variety of available resources for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of addictions. Facilitators and discussions to include: 12 step programs and support groups Educational Guidance and School task forces Detox and short term rehabilitation programs Residential (longer term) rehabilitation programs The use of naloxone for heroin overdoses Famil

 

 
This program is designed to increase awareness of parents, educators, at-risk youth and their loved ones for signs of alcohol and drug addictions. 
 
We will explore reducing the likelihood of addictions through family and community based education, as well as the variety of available resources for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of addictions.
 
Facilitators and discussions to include:
  • Family support groups for the loved ones affected by addictions 
  • Educational, Guidance, and School task forces 
  • 12 step programs and support groups 
  • Detox and short term rehabilitation programs 
  • Residential (longer term) rehabilitation programs 
  • The use of naloxone for heroin overdoses 
 
Join the members of the Commack-Kings Park Rotary Club along with professionals from the treatment community, local school districts and various support groups dedicated to those who are addicted as well as the loved ones who are adversely affected by addiction.
Monday
Mar202017

Horizons Offering Free Parent Study Group

Monday
Mar202017

LI Craft & Gift Show Nesconset Chamber Of Commerce

Sunday
Mar192017

William T. Rogers Annual Military Bridge April 19