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Monday, April 3 (See map view)

Children ages 3 to 8 will delight in this classic blend of cardboard and paper sets, whimsical stories, lovable characters and live music that will have them singing and dancing in the aisles.

10 am and noon.

Children ages 3 to 8 will delight in this classic blend of cardboard and paper sets, whimsical stories, lovable characters and live music that will have them singing and dancing in the aisles.

10 am and noon.

Tuesday, April 4 (See map view)

Children ages 3 to 8 will delight in this classic blend of cardboard and paper sets, whimsical stories, lovable characters and live music that will have them singing and dancing in the aisles.

10 am and noon.

Children ages 3 to 8 will delight in this classic blend of cardboard and paper sets, whimsical stories, lovable characters and live music that will have them singing and dancing in the aisles.

10 am and noon.

Thursday, April 6 (See map view)

A discussion between three George Polk Award-winning journalists, including Alex MacGillis of ProPublica, a former reporter for this newspaper.

6:30 pm.

Friday, April 7 (See map view)

he fast-paced one-hour performance delivers new, original choreography in a myriad of styles performed by dancers of all ages, and varied set design.

7 pm.

The Cynthia King Dance Studio’s annual spring production examines the current climate. The fast-paced one-hour performance delivers new, original choreography in a myriad of styles performed by dancers of all ages.

7 pm.

Saturday, April 8 (See map view)

he fast-paced one-hour performance delivers new, original choreography in a myriad of styles performed by dancers of all ages, and varied set design.

3 pm and 6 pm.

The Cynthia King Dance Studio’s annual spring production examines the current climate. The fast-paced one-hour performance delivers new, original choreography in a myriad of styles performed by dancers of all ages.

3 pm and 6 pm.

Sunday, April 9 (See map view)

he fast-paced one-hour performance delivers new, original choreography in a myriad of styles performed by dancers of all ages, and varied set design.

3 pm and 6 pm.

The Cynthia King Dance Studio’s annual spring production examines the current climate. The fast-paced one-hour performance delivers new, original choreography in a myriad of styles performed by dancers of all ages.

3 pm and 6 pm.

Wednesday, April 12 (See map view)

Long Island University’s Theater Speaker Series presents "Butoh Medea," a piece performed, choreographed & adapted by artist Yokko

6:30 pm.

Performed and choreographed by Yokko. RSVP required.

6:30 pm.

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