JumpBunch Group Games
Jun
19
4:30 PM16:30

JumpBunch Group Games

Ages 6-12 years. Play wacky, silly games like hungry hungry hippo, tic tac toe, relay and more! Using kid-friendly equipment, each child will work in teams to achieve their goal. Please bring water with you. Advance registration required.

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Jun
19
5:00 PM17:00

Math Prep and Homework Help

A professional tutor will be on hand to help students with their homework for their Middle School Math and High School Regents courses. Students are instructed to bring a calculator and any material or homework that they need help with. No registration required. Grades 6-10.

Every Wednesday, 5-6 pm

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Baby Beats
Jun
20
10:45 AM10:45

Baby Beats

Birth-4 years with an adult. Children and Caregivers will love groovin’ with Kate Hirschman as she incorporates music from all genres of rock, pop, oldies and motown while kids get to dance and sing along. 2 adults max. per child. Please note, you must register for each class individually.

Thursdays, May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; June 6, 13, 20 , 27


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Jun
21
10:30 AM10:30

Explore and Play

Birth-4 years with an adult. This is an informal meetup for caregivers and young children. Meet and explore with friends in the Children’s Department and read stories, do crafts, and play with our toys and games! Light refreshments will be served every last Friday of the month. No registration required.

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Jun
28
10:30 AM10:30

Explore and Play

Birth-4 years with an adult. This is an informal meetup for caregivers and young children. Meet and explore with friends in the Children’s Department and read stories, do crafts, and play with our toys and games! Light refreshments will be served every last Friday of the month. No registration required.

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Stevens Puppets presents Rumpelstiltskin
Jul
13
to Jul 14

Stevens Puppets presents Rumpelstiltskin

Rumplestiltskin is a fast paced, action filled, rhyming rendition of the classic tale, following the Miller as he weaves a web of lies to convince the King that his daughter can spin straw into gold!

Enter the outrageously outspoken and never happy villain, Rumplestiltskin, whose preposterous demands create even more mayhem in the land of Stiltskin.  Top it off with a famous, ground-breaking marionette that “flies to pieces” right before your eyes. Couple that with the Stevens Puppets touch of humor and authenticity and you get one of the most highly rated, happily pleasing programs ever!

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Tanglewood Marionettes presents Sleeping Beauty
Jul
18
11:00 AM11:00

Tanglewood Marionettes presents Sleeping Beauty

A charming tale which appeals especially to younger children, Sleeping Beauty begins in King Felix’s great hall where guests from across the land have gathered to celebrate the birth of Princess Aurora. The party goes awry when the wicked witch arrives and curses the baby princess. Will the curse come true? Will someone with a "true heart" appear? You will know when you see Tanglewood Marionettes’ presentation of this beloved classic.

In this retelling, a painted storybook opens to reveal each scene. Beautifully hand-crafted marionettes are brought to life by a master puppeteer as the dramatic events unfold.

Running time: 40 minutes

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Mesner Puppets presents The Cat Came Back
Aug
10
11:00 AM11:00

Mesner Puppets presents The Cat Came Back

Based on the folk song made popular by Fred Penner, this performance tells the tale of Mister Johnson and a mysterious cat who keeps returning to his doorstep. Mister Johnson tries everything he can to get the cat to go away, from giving her to a pilot to sending her into outer space. The cat, however, keeps coming back!

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Camp Shakespeare
Aug
12
9:00 AM09:00

Camp Shakespeare

Going into its 20th anniversary summer, Camp Shakespeare is a fun and creative program for kids and teens, ages 8-15, presented by the Hamptons Shakespeare Festival, a nonprofit organization. Activities involve acting, theater games, improvisation, movement, voice, and theatrical arts and crafts with trained theater educators in an atmosphere of discovery and cooperation. Each weeklong session culminates in a performance for family and friends.

Camp Shakespeare takes place on the expansive grounds of and within beautiful St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in central Amagansett.

August 5-9 & 12-16
One & two-week sessions

9am-3pm
Outdoors & Indoors

$425-500/week
Early registration & multiple-week discounts

To reserve: http://www.hamptons-shakespeare.org/campeducation@hamptons-shakespeare.org

631-267-0105


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Faye Dupra presents I Spy Butterfly
Aug
22
11:00 AM11:00

Faye Dupra presents I Spy Butterfly

How does a nature-loving explorer kid become a bug's best friend? Find out in this delightful eco-story about the ways we all grow and change. When Trudy's caterpillar friend Harold suddenly transforms into a chrysalis, she's determined to do the same. Just as she is about to give up hope, she learns that her tiny friend needs her now more than ever. Live music, colorful critters, and oodles of audience interaction make this show a fun ecological romp in the wild!  

Live Actor, Mixed Puppetry Styles. Recommended for ages 3 and up.

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Robert Rogers Puppets presents Cinderella in the Wild West
Aug
24
11:00 AM11:00

Robert Rogers Puppets presents Cinderella in the Wild West

An All-American version of the famous fairytale.  Cindy Lou lives on a ranch, where she's learned the skills of roping cattle and riding horses.  Instead of a Fairy Godmother, she relies on the help of a Native American spirit guide.  And instead of dancing at the Prince's Ball, she competes in a rodeo on the back of a bucking bronco.

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Art Puppet Theater presents The Boy Who Cried Wolf
Aug
29
11:00 AM11:00

Art Puppet Theater presents The Boy Who Cried Wolf

An updated zany version of a classic tale. The boy is bored watching his lamb and decides to make things more exciting by turning on his dad’s wolf alarm, the “Wolf Alert 3000.” Tricking his dad is all fun and games until a real wolf shows up. Will the audience help the boy escape from the wolf? Find out in The Boy Who Cried Wolf.

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Jun
14
7:00 PM19:00

17th Annual Battle of the Bands Competition

  • 280 Dune Road Hampton Bays, NY, 11946 United States (map)
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On Friday, June 14th four local high school bands will rock out at Ponquogue Beach in Hampton Bays and compete for great prizes courtesy of Sam Ash Music Stores, Hampton Coffee Company, Spring & Summer Activities, Bay Street Theatre, Cowfish & Rumba Restaurants, and much more!

Gates will open at 7:00pm with special guest performances and the Battle of the Bands will begin promptly at 8:00pm. Throughout the night, audience members will also have a chance to win prizes by answering music trivia questions.

Admission is $5 at the door and concession will be available. In the event of bad weather conditions, the 17th Annual Battle of the Bands will be rescheduled for Friday, June 21st. For more information, please call (631) 702-2425 or visit www.southamptontownny.gov/youthbureau.

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Jun
14
10:30 AM10:30

Explore and Play

Birth-4 years with an adult. This is an informal meetup for caregivers and young children. Meet and explore with friends in the Children’s Department and read stories, do crafts, and play with our toys and games! Light refreshments will be served every last Friday of the month. No registration required.

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Jun
8
12:30 PM12:30

Graphic Novel Club

Grades 4-6. Pick up your copy at the Children’s desk and finish the book before the group meets. Already read the book? Come anyway! We will play games and discuss the book together!  Snacks will be provided. For the month of May we will read Crush by Svetlana Chmakova and for June we will read Sunny Side Up by Jennifer L. Holm. No registration required.


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Jun
8
10:30 AM10:30

Parachute Playtime

Ages 2-5 years with an adult. Sing, laugh and play along while we incorporate the parachute with songs and rhymes we all love and know! Weather permitting, we will be outside. Please wear sunscreen. No registration required.

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Jun
7
3:45 PM15:45

Retro Gaming

Check out our new Super Nintendo Classic. Compete against your friends. Snacks supplied. Space is limited, registration required. This program is reoccurring, please sign-up for each session you would like attend. Grades 7-12. 

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Explore and Play
Jun
7
10:30 AM10:30

Explore and Play

Birth-4 years with an adult. This is an informal meetup for caregivers and young children. Meet and explore with friends in the Children’s Department and read stories, do crafts, and play with our toys and games! Light refreshments will be served every last Friday of the month. No registration required.

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Chess
Jun
6
4:00 PM16:00

Chess

Ages 5-9 years,caregiver must stay on library premises. Whether you’re a beginner or experienced player, join us at the library to learn from an instructor, and build the skills needed to play a fun game of chess! Limited space, please register for each class individually.

May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; June 6, 13, 20, 4:00-5:00 pm

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Jun
6
3:00 PM15:00

Middle School Library Club

Join the Teen Services Librarians at Pierson Middle School in room 1150 every Thursday. Each week brings a new activity! Such as book clubs, stem activities and more! Throughout the school year! (Cancelled for May 9th and last meeting is June 6th). No registration required. Grades 6-8. 

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Jun
6
2:30 PM14:30

Academic Workroom

The upstairs workroom is available for High School students throughout the school year to use for studying, group projects, and presentation practice! No reservations required. During the months of May and June, snacks will be provided at the Teen Desk for students who are studying. Grades 9-12.

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Jun
5
5:00 PM17:00

Math Prep and Homework Help

A professional tutor will be on hand to help students with their homework for their Middle School Math and High School Regents courses. Students are instructed to bring a calculator and any material or homework that they need help with. No registration required. Grades 6-10.

Every Wednesday, 5-6 pm

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Jun
4
5:00 PM17:00

Tag Jr. Advisory Group

Grades 3-5. This is an opportunity to share ideas about children’s programs, services and materials that you would like to see implemented into the library. The group will meet once a month. Pizza and refreshments will be served. Please register for each class individually.

May 7; June 4, 5:00-6:00 pm

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Afterschool Universe
May
31
4:00 PM16:00

Afterschool Universe

3, 2, 1…lift off! Join us on the last Friday of each month for “Afterschool Universe,” a class where your children will get the opportunity to learn about our solar system and beyond! They will also build models of the Universe, construct & use telescopes, learn about the relationship between time & light, plus much more!

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Tot Spot
May
29
10:45 AM10:45

Tot Spot

  • Children's Museum of the East End (map)
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Your “Baby and Me” grad is happiest when he or she is moving all about and exploring! Celebrate your child’s newfound abilities and their increasing independence with Tot Spot! Led by the Museum’s Education Coordinator, Liz Bard, this weekly social-emotional development program provides toddlers with opportunities to explore, observe, and get moving in a program designed to encourage social-emotional skills, fine motor skills and emerging language.

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Baby & Me
May
28
11:30 AM11:30

Baby & Me

“Baby & Me” is designed specifically for parents of infants. Moms, dads, and caregivers have the opportunity to meet other parents with children the same age. During the weekly session, led by Museum Educator Leah Oppenheimer, they can hear the latest news about early childhood parenting, discuss developmental milestones, sing to their babies and participate in a variety of playful activities. For parents and their children age 2 to 16 months (pre-walkers).

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May
26
1:00 PM13:00

East Hampton Shellfish Education & Enhancement Directive (EHSEED) Reception and Fundraiser

Please join us at Bay Kitchen Bar, Gann Road, East Hampton, on Sunday, May 26 from 1pm-3pm,

for a Reception and Fundraiser for the EHSEED Program,

(East Hampton Shellfish Enhancement and Education Directive).

Hors d’oeuvres and oysters on the half shell will be served along with local beer and wine.

Your support will benefit East Hampton’s Oyster Garden Initiative, a program that educates the community about the importance of oysters in our ecosystem and oysters

as a sustainable food source.

Tours of the nearby shellfish nursery will also be offered.

Please check Eventbrite.com, starting in May, to purchase tickets.

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Lego Club
May
26
10:00 AM10:00

Lego Club

Join CMEE every Sunday any time between 10am and noon for Lego Club at the Museum! We’re excited to share our love of all things Lego with CMEE visitors and encourage children to create original designs. Kids can leave their works-in-progress and plan future sessions with the staff.Ages: Children of all ages.Cost: Free for members, $12 for non-members (includes admission to the Museum)We have thousands of Lego, but can always use more. To help CMEE continue to build this program, we are looking for Lego donations! Please call 631-537-8250 to donate!

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Two-Mile Nature Hike at the Promised Land—History & Natural History: Adults/Children 8+
May
26
10:00 AM10:00

Two-Mile Nature Hike at the Promised Land—History & Natural History: Adults/Children 8+

Hike Leader: Miles Todaro, South Fork Natural History (SOFO) Environmental Educator

The Promised Land of Napeague is not only home to a great diversity of wildlife, but it’s also the site of a unique part of Long Island history. Nestled amongst the native grasses and pitch pines are the abandoned ruins of an old fish factory, slowly being taken back by the flora and fauna of the Promised Land. Join Miles on this approximately two-mile hike to learn what makes this area of Napeague significant and to explore the history of an abandoned Long Island industry.

Advance reservations are required for all events. For more information, reservations, and directions to meeting places, please call: (631) 537-9735.

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Salamander Seining…and Some Frogs Too, with Andy Sabin: All Ages
May
25
10:00 AM10:00

Salamander Seining…and Some Frogs Too, with Andy Sabin: All Ages

Walk Leader: Andy Sabin, South Fork Natural History Museum (SOFO) President, Board of Directors

Many salamanders breed in water, and here’s your chance to see the larval aquatic stage of the endangered Eastern Tiger Salamander before it comes on land to live. You’ll also see some of our local frog tadpoles as Andy Sabin—“Mr. Salamander”—wades into a freshwater pond and, using a seining net (a large two-person fishing net with weights at the lower edge and floats at the top), brings to the surface the pond-stages of these young animals, members of the Class Amphibia.

Advance reservations are required for all events. For more information, reservations, and directions to meeting places, please call: (631) 537-9735.

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