Author Appearance and Book Signing
New York Author Michael Kannengieser to Sign Copies of His New Book The Daddy Rock at Barnes & Noble at the Smith Haven Mall for their Local Authors Night.
Exhibition juror James Henry Rubin’s exhibit call for entries noted that reflection be either a physical or a psychological phenomenon. Together they evoke the interplay between perception and conception. He selected 42 artists for the exhibition, which will include 68 artworks in a wide variety of media including watercolor, oil, charcoal, bronze, archival prints, mixed media sculpture and more.
Children In Change
Children in Change focuses on youth with changing family dynamics. This could include divorce, parents in jail, drug and alcohol dependencies, remarriage, homelessness, etc. The target audience is middle school students.
“We want a safe place where children can express themselves and find they're not the only ones going through change in their family,” stated Lindsay Sommeso, the Community Relations Specialist and co-leader of the new program. She and Rebecca Maier, a second semester Stonybrook Graduate Student, will be holding the program in the Community Room of the Horizons building located at 161 E. Main Street, Smithtown on Mondays for one-hour long sessions. Participants should use the community room entrance in the back of the building. Monday, 4 p.m.
Stroller Strides at Sunken Meadow
Stroller Strides is not just a walk in the park for Long Island moms with strollers! It is a mommy and me fitness class. Each class consists of a one-hour workout complete with walking intervals, body toning and strengthening components using the stroller, exercise tubing, and the environment. Tuesday, 10 a.m. Sunken Meadow State Park.
Health and Fitness Classes
There is a myriad of ways to get in shape and feel good in Smithtown. Here are a few local classes going on this week:
- Pilates Reformer Group Session for Beginners
- Learn How to Dance with RYTHMOLOGY