Weekend Events Guide: December 18th Edition

The NutcrackerStar Wars {The Force Awakens} and Holiday Light Shows are what’s on tap this weekend. Enjoy!

Friday, Saturday and Sunday- You won’t want to miss The Nutcracker Ballet by New York Dnce Theatre. This is the largest production of The Nutcracker on Long Island. Guest artists from New York City Ballet will be in attendance. Cost: $20-$40. Fri- 7pm, Sat and Sun- 12pm and 5pm. Purchase tickets here. 118 Hofstra University, Hempstead. 

Running every day through January 3rd- The Holiday Lights Spectacular at Jones beach has over 150 beautiful displays. 5pm-10pm. Jones Beach, 1000 Ocean Pkwy, Wantagh. Monday-Thursday: $20/car, Friday-Sunday & Holidays: $25/car. Tuesdays second time through is free. Click here for more information. 

Saturday and Sunday- Santa and his reindeer will be at Hicks Nurseries. You can bring a letter to Santa and mail it in their special mailbox… you just may get a response in the mail! See the animated Christmas story, enjoy some hot chocolate or a snack and pick up your tree if you haven’t already. It’s surely one stop shopping! Santa will be there from 1-4pm daily and again from 5-8pm. Saturday and Sunday, Santa’s hours are 10am-1pm and 2pm-6pm through December 23rd. 100 Jericho Turnpike, Westbury. 

Saturday- Join Santa for brunch at the Carltun. $50 per adult, $25 per child. Price includes a professional picture with Santa. 11am. Click here for the deets. Eisenhower Park, East Meadow. 

Saturday and Sunday- Join Dorothy and her friends at Christmas in Oz at the BroadHollow Theatre at Elmont. Sat. 2pm, Sun. 12pm. Get tickets here. 700 Hempstead Tpke, Elmont. 

Saturday and Sunday- See The Nutcracker performed by Eglevsky Ballet at the Tilles Center. Sat- 6pm, Sun- 1pm and 5pm. Buy tickets here



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One comment

  1. Peace in Pieces · December 30, 2015

    If you have to organize corporate events, know that verbal communication might cause misunderstandings and problems later. So, it is always a good idea for corporate event planners to get things like invitations sent and confirmations received in writing.

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