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  Registration Now Open for Kids Dekhockey Leagues - for ages 5-13. 631-249-4412Flyer Register now through April 14 
  Citizens for 5G Awareness Present: Generations Zapped - documentary and discussion about the possible long-term health effects from exposure to wireless devices. Please contact the library to register: 
April 11  7-9pm
Commack Public Library
18 Happpauge Rd. Commack 
  Come out and brave the Bay at AHRC Suffolk’s Polar Bear Splash.  Join AHRC Suffolk on April 13th at Bay Shore Marina for our Polar Bear Splash benefiting children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  For more information or to register, visit  April 13
Bay Shore Marina 
  Earth Day Everyday - Celebrate the wonders of the natural world and living things that share the planet with us.   Children will meet resident animals, enjoy the natural world through their senses, and go on a scavenger hunt to find out some of the things they can do to help the natural world. Come away with a craft to help reduce your impact on the Earth. Who: Families
How Much: $10/child, $5/adult, discounts available for scouts
Sunday, April 14  1pm
Sweetbriar Nature Center
  Commack High School Pops Orchestra Concert & Food Drive - Enjoy an evening of MUSIC and STOMP OUT HUNGER by donating nonperishable food items for LI Cares/Harry Chapin Food Bank.
This concert is FREE, but please bring items for the food drive. 
Music selections include:  Game of Thrones, Pink Panther, Greatest Showman, and more! Bring the family! 
April 16  7:30pm
Commack High School 
  Egg Hunt andSpring Celebration - Join us at Sweetbriar to celebrate the spring with several scheduled egg hunts, games, live animal presentations, crafts, face painting and more.  A special long eared guest will be there for photo opportunities.   Food and refreshments will be available for purchase. .$15/child, $5/adult
No pre-registration required
April 20, Noon to 4pm
Sweetbriar Nature Center 
  Creatures Of the Night - Visit Sweetbriar to meet some nocturnal animals and embark on a walk into the darkness to enjoy the night and may be call in an owl or two.  Bring a flashlight just in case. Families with children 7 and up
How much: $10 /person, discounts available for scouts. 
April 26, 7pm to 9:30pm
Sweetbriar Nature Center 
  Huntington Tulip Festival - Free Family Activity Booths, Art Contests, Regreshments, Music! All the info, click here.  May 5 from 11am-4pm
Heckscher Park, Huntington 
  A Night of Family Fun to benefit Autism Speaks - dance, music, theatre, acrobatics, illusionists and more! Flyer May 13  7pm
Patchogue Theatre 
  Wildlife Baby Shower - It’s that time of year again, Sweetbriar’s annual Wildlife Baby Shower.  Come celebrate nature as it comes alive in the spring with beautiful flowers, vibrant green leaves, and, of course, baby animals.  Sweetbriar takes in hundreds of orphaned animals a year.  A Sweetbriar rehabilitator will show you how baby animals are cared for by their parents in the wild and here at the nature center.  A cake to celebrate will be shared with all to celebrate the occasion. We are asking people to bring donations to help us feed and care for our wildlife
(Visit our webpage,, for donation ideas).
How much: $10/child, $5/adult, discounts available for scouts 
Sunday, May 19, 1 pm,
Please arrive before 1pm
Sweetbriar Nature Center
  Turtle Walk - It’s that time of the year!  Sweetbriar has to check its fields for box turtles, examine the turtles and tag them if needed.  Your help protects these turtles.   Long pants and closed-toe shoes are a must.  All guests will get to meet some of our resident, non-releasable turtles and go home with something to remember the day by. Call 631-979-6344 for the required reservations. 

When: Saturday and Sunday, June 1 and 2, 9am to Noon
Who: All Welcome
How Much: $10/person. discounts available for scouts

  PTA Council Blood Drive  June 5 from 1-7pm
at Burr Intermediate School 
  Wee Luv 'em Kids Summer Camp for 1st-9th grade  . For more info call 631-261-4400 ext.5866 of 7452 July 1 - August 30
Northport VA Medical Center 

Activities & Ongoing Programs

Special Events monthly! Click the link for all the info.
Girls Sprouts is a fun, educational program designed to introduce preschool aged girls to the values that will help them thrive - get an activity booklet.

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