Weekend Events Guide: February 6th Edition

Baby it’s COLD outside! But don’t despair- there’s a lot going on in and around Garden City on this chilly weekend!

This is the opening weekend for The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water. This 3D adventure opens in theaters nationwide. Click here for the deets and to watch a trailer from the movie. 

Saturday- Head to the Long Island Children’s Museum between 2pm and 4pm to welcome in the Chinese New Year by making a Chinese dragon puppet. Cost: Free with museum admission. 11 Davis Ave., Garden City.

Saturday and Sunday- Hicks Nursery is getting into the Valentine’s Day spirit. Stop by the main greenhouse between 11am and 4pm and your children will have fun planting a small houseplant for Valentine’s Day. Cost: Free. 100 Jericho Tpke., Westbury.

Saturday and Sunday- head to Lakeshore Learning Center between 11am and 3pm for a different craft each time. Click here to see what crafts are being made. 2709 Hillside Ave, New Hyde Park. 516-616-9360 

Sunday- Check out The Waldorf School’s Summer Program Open House from 11am-1pm. A few highlights of the summer program (which runs from June 29th to August 7th) include: Pancakes and Pajama Day, Crazy Hat Day and the Talent Show. You will learn more about their summer program and have the chance to meet staff members. Click here for additional information. 

Sunday- Visit Hofstra University’s Open House for Summer Camps for children in grades K-9. Click here for further information on types of camps offered. Camps run from June 29th until August 14th. 12pm-2pm. 900 Fulton Ave., Hempstead. 

Sunday- If you haven’t already, see Aladdin at the BroadHollow Theatre at Elmont at 2pm. Click here for more information. 700 Hempstead Tpke., Elmont. Cost: $10 in advance, $12 at the door. 

Sunday- See Kelley Nassief, soprano and Adelphi’s distinguised faculty member, in concert on Westermann Stage in Concert Hall. 4pm. Cost: $20 adult, $15 seniors. Click here to buy tickets. 

Sunday- Hofstra University’s Black History Month Concert: African Diaspora: Music and Dance in the Old and New Worlds. Enjoy West African Drumming and Dancing, South African Choral Music, concert music by African, Latin American and African American composers, calypso dances and performances by Hofstra student dancers and musicians plus Hempstead and Uniondale High Schools. There will also be a performance by internationally acclaimed Imani Winds. Click here for more information. John Cranford Adams Playhouse. 5pm. Cost: $12, $10 seniors.

Sunday- Catch the reception for Adelphi’s Underground Railroad Hiding in Place photography exhibit. 2pm-4pm at the Ruth S. Harley University Center Gallery. Click here to learn more about this exhibit. 

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