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Enjoy the food, rides, lives music, games and (Credit: Daniel Brennan)

Enjoy the food, rides, lives music, games and fireworks at the Mother Cabrini Italian Feast at Suffolk County Community College this weekend.

Best things to do this week and weekend on Long Island

Looking for things to do on Long Island? We've rounded up the best concerts, fairs and festivals, and parties and cultural events going on in Nassau and Suffolk.

“The Wizard of Oz”

You’re not in Kansas — you’ll be in
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You’re not in Kansas — you’ll be in Eisenhower Park on your way to meet the wonderful wizard along with Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, the Cowardly Lion and Toto, too. The 1939 classic “The Wizard of Oz” starring Judy Garland will be shown outdoors on the big screen. Bring chairs, blankets and a picnic, and get ready for the trip down the yellow brick road. WHEN | WHERE 7:45 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 25, Harry Chapin Lakeside Theater, Eisenhower Park INFO 516-572-0355, nassaucountyny.gov  ADMISSION Free

Bug night at Quogue Wildlife Refuge

It’s all about bugs at Quogue Wildlife Refuge
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It’s all about bugs at Quogue Wildlife Refuge on Thursday night, Aug. 25. A professional entomologist will teach visitors how to make “moth bait,” a mixture of overripe fruit, molasses and beer that’s painted on tree trunks to draw out nocturnal insects. A light-trapping technique will also be used (ultraviolet lighting on white sheets). This family-friendly event is 7:30-9:30 p.m. Call to reserve. Wear long sleeves and pants, and bring a hat. ADMISSION $5 INFO 631-653-4771, quoguewildliferefuge.org

Jimmy Buffett

Bring your palm trees (plastic or otherwise) and
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Bring your palm trees (plastic or otherwise) and wear your Hawaiian shirts and coconut bathing suits, and you’re sure to fit right in. All “Parrotheads” are welcome to come early and transform Nikon at Jones Beach Theater’s parking lot (opens at 11 a.m.) into an homage to Jimmy Buffett and his laid-back signature lifestyle. As a summer rite of passage, fans fill up the parking spaces before and after Buffett’s stage show. This year, catch him with his Coral Reefer Band as he continues on his “I Don’t Know” tour. WHEN | WHERE 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 25, Nikon at Jones Beach Theater, Wantagh INFO 516-221-1000, livenation.com  ADMISSION $56-$156

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Long Island Comedy Festival

The 11th annual Long Island Comedy Festival wraps
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The 11th annual Long Island Comedy Festival wraps up six weeks of performances with shows at Theatre Three in Port Jefferson at 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 26, and Saturday, Aug. 27. Comics Stevie G.B., Jack Simmons, Bill McCarty and Richie Byrne are on Friday’s lineup, and Paul Anthony, Johnny Rizzo, Maria Walsh and Harrison Greenbaum perform Saturday. ADMISSION $35 INFO 631-928-9100, theatrethree.com

United Ink Flight 816 Tattoo and Arts Festival

United Ink Flight 816 Tattoo and Arts Festival
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United Ink Flight 816 Tattoo and Arts Festival is all about fine art and expressing yourself and maybe even getting tattooed on the spot. If you’re in the market for some new ink, pick from a lineup of more than 200 local and international artists who aim to please. You can also browse among vendors selling tattoo-related art, clothing and jewelry (you can get a piercing, too) or head to the “Artist Hangar and Fusion Project,” where you can purchase artwork. Kids can get temporary tattoos (fee) or they can be creative during the children’s art seminars. WHEN | WHERE 2-11 p.m. Friday, Aug. 26, noon-11 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, and noon-7 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 28, Cradle of Aviation Museum, Charles Lindbergh Boulevard, Garden City INFO 631-629-6012, newyorktattooshow.com  ADMISSION $25, $55 weekend pass includes access to the museum; $12 ages 2-12

'Celebrity Autobiography'

This year’s lineup for the annual Hamptons event
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This year’s lineup for the annual Hamptons event “Celebrity Autobiography” features Christie Brinkley (pictured), Dick Cavett, Susan Lucci and Brooke Shields acting out memoirs written by other recognizable stage and screen names. You might hear people say, “Is that made up?” but the lines are read directly from actual autobiographies. WHEN | WHERE 7 and 9:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 26, Guild Hall, 158 Main St., East Hampton INFO 631-324-0806, guildhall.org ADMISSION $40-$75

Mother Cabrini Italian Feast

A large part of an Italian feast is
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A large part of an Italian feast is the food, and there’s no shortage at the Mother Cabrini feast. Browse the quarter-mile food court for Italian specialties and desserts. You’ll also find dozens of rides, live music, midway games and fireworks at dusk Saturday, Aug. 27, and Sept. 4. “Kids Day” on Sunday, Aug. 28, features a petting zoo and a magic show for children and the young at heart. WHEN | WHERE 6-11 p.m. Friday, Aug. 26; 4-11 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, and Sunday, Aug. 28; continues Aug. 31-Sept. 5, Suffolk County Community College, Brentwood-Grant Campus, 1001 Crooked Hill Rd., Brentwood INFO 516-455-3179, mothercabrinifeast.org ADMISSION Free, pay for rides

Summer Antiques Show at Old Steeple Church

The Summer Antiques Show at Old Steeple Church
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The Summer Antiques Show at Old Steeple Church in Aquebogue is a North Fork tradition for serious shoppers and curious browsers to find collectibles, glass items, linens, Americana, furniture, silver and more for over 40 years. Stroll the wares of some 65 exhibitors on the shaded lawn of the church property, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27. Rain date is Sept. 3. ADMISSION $7, free younger than 12 INFO 631-722-3070, oldsteeplecommunitychurch.org

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Inbeon Con

Bring your artwork and meet local artists for
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Bring your artwork and meet local artists for tips and reviews on animé, video games, cartooning and illustration at Inbeon Con. You’ll also find art on display along with toys, books, a cosplay workshop on costume making and a cosplay contest with prizes, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, Islandia Marriott Hotel, Islandia. Meet and greet comic artist Edwin Huang of “Street Fighter” fame, who’ll sign copies of his book “Rogues Gallery.” ADMISSION $10, free younger than 10 PHONE 516-380-5900 WEB inbeoncon.com

Tomato Festival

Enjoy the fruits of summer during a Tomato
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Enjoy the fruits of summer during a Tomato Festival in Riverhead. Head east to the Garden of Eve Farm, where you’ll find white, green and purple tomatoes ripe for the tasting at a tomato buffet, where you can also rate which variety you like best during a “taste off.” Need to take some home? Pick fresh cherry tomatoes right off the vine or enjoy a hayride through the fields, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, and Sunday, Aug. 28. ADMISSION $5, free younger than 6 PHONE 631-722-8777 WEB gardenofevefarm.com

Pay-to-get-out horror marathon

Sit through six 35-mm retro-horror films, including “The
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Sit through six 35-mm retro-horror films, including “The Hidden,” “House by the Cemetery” (pictured), “Vampyres” and a “mystery film” at Cinema Arts Centre. If you make it through the entire lineup and the night, you’ll get $10 off your original ticket and continental breakfast the next morning. Blankets and pillows optional. The fun starts at 10 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, 423 Park Ave., Huntington ADMISSION $40 PHONE 631-423-7611 WEB cinemaartscentre.org  ADMISSION $40

Riverhead Railroad Festival

Learn about Long Island’s railroading history at the
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Learn about Long Island’s railroading history at the Riverhead Railroad Festival. Historic passenger cars will be on display along with railcars and locomotives. The 1964-65 LIRR Pavilion World’s Fair train will be up and running for rides, and operating train layouts pull in and out of the museum’s station. Live traditional “railroad” music is performed by Sampawams Creek from noon-3 p.m. each day, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, and Sunday, Aug. 28, Railroad Museum of Long Island ADMISSION $8 PHONE 631-727-7920 WEB rmli.org

Chain Reaction at summer concert series

The last performance of the Summer Concert Series
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The last performance of the Summer Concert Series at the John Scudder Havens Homestead in Center Moriches is 7-9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, and features the area’s Chain Reaction band. Get ready to dance to hits from the ’70s through today. Bring your own seating. ADMISSION Free INFO 631-874-3849, moricheschamber.org

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'Giselle' at Tanner Park

The romantic ballet “Giselle”— a tale of love,
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The romantic ballet “Giselle”— a tale of love, deceit and forgiveness — is performed outdoors at Tanner Park, rain or shine. The lead roles are danced by Gvantsa Gavashelishvili and Otar Khelashvili, former stars of the State Ballet of Georgia along with a cast of talented students from Lumiere Ballet. Look for a special appearance by greyhounds from Long Island Grateful Greyhounds Rescue Organization in Act 1. WHEN | WHERE 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, and Sunday, Aug. 28, rain or shine, Kerrigan Road, Copiague INFO 631-586-2921, lumiereballet.com ADMISSION Free

Neil Berg’s '100 Years of Broadway'

Neil Berg’s “100 Years of Broadway” at the
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Neil Berg’s “100 Years of Broadway” at the Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre at Eisenhower Saturday, Aug. 27, brings the Great White Way to Long Island. Four musicians and five stage stars will perform an array of lullabies of Broadway. Berg, at his Steinway, introduces each song with Broadway back stories. The show is 8-10 p.m. Bring seating. ADMISSION Free INFO 516-572-0355, nassaucountyny.gov

Tracy Morgan

"30 Rock” star and stand-up comedian Tracy Morgan
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"30 Rock” star and stand-up comedian Tracy Morgan ’s “Picking Up the Pieces” tour makes stops at two comedy clubs on Long Island. WHEN | WHERE 7:30 and 10 p.m. Friday, Aug. 26, McGuire’s Comedy Club, 1627 Smithtown Ave., Bohemia, and 7 and 9:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, Governor’s Comedy Club, 90 Division Ave., Levittown INFO 631-467-5413, 516-731-3358, govs.com ADMISSION $40-$56 with two-item minimum 

Scottish Festival and Highland Games

The Scottish flag flies over the historic grounds
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The Scottish flag flies over the historic grounds of Old Westbury Gardens, as the Long Island Scottish Clan Macduff arrives for the Scottish Festival and Highland Games . Not only will you see competitions — caber toss, tossing the sheaf and putting the stones — you can also take in birds of prey and dog-agility demonstrations or shop for Scottish tartans and blankets. Keeping with Scottish tradition, highland and country dancers and bagpipe bands will perform. For car enthusiasts, there’s an antique auto display featuring classic British autos. Here, Alexio Barboza of Westbury, who has been playing bagpipes since he was 9. WHEN | WHERE 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, rain or shine, Old Westbury Road. INFO 516-333-0048, oldwestburygardens.org ADMISSION $20, $8 ages 7-17, free ages 6 and younger

East Hampton Historical Society walking tour

Richard Barons, director of the East Hampton Historical
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Richard Barons, director of the East Hampton Historical Society, will lead a walking tour at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, along the east side of East Hampton’s Main Street and talk about the history, architecture and individuals who built the homes or lived in them. Call to reserve a spot. ADMISSION Free INFO 631-324-6850, easthamptonhistory.org

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Blue Claw Crab Festival

Enjoy dozens of fresh, steamed blue claw crabs
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Enjoy dozens of fresh, steamed blue claw crabs during the outdoor Blue Claw Crab Festival, which also features clams on the half shell, crabcakes and steamed shrimp, all served on the waterfront. Chain Reaction provides the music along with a performance featuring William Floyd High School students. There will be arts and crafts vendors, and a free shuttle bus takes fairgoers from the Mastic Beach Property Owners Association, 31 Neighborhood Rd., to the waterfront. WHEN | WHERE 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 28, Marine One, 96 E. Riviera Dr., Mastic Beach INFO 631-399-6111, masticbeachpropertyownersassociation.org  ADMISSION Free, fee for food 

Chef Wolfgang Puck

For the last installment of “Stirring the Pot:
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For the last installment of “Stirring the Pot: Conversations With Culinary Celebrities” at 11 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 28, world-renowned chef and restaurateur Wolfgang Puck does some dishing at Guild Hall in East Hampton. Call to reserve a spot. ADMISSION $15, $50 VIP pre-talk reception 10 a.m. INFO guildhall.org

Folk music festival

The Morgan Park Summer Music Festival concludes with
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The Morgan Park Summer Music Festival concludes with an impressive lineup of local folk performers, along with headliner and renowned folk singer, songwriter, and social activist Peter Yarrow of the 1960s folk trio Peter, Paul and Mary. Bring seating and a picnic. WHEN | WHERE 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 28, Morgan Park, Germaine Street between Landing Road and McLoughlin Street, Glen Cove INFO 516-671-0017, morganparkmusic.org  ADMISSION Free

‘Hot Ride Mondays’ car show

"Hot Ride Mondays" in Farmingville Gentleman and ladies,
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"Hot Ride Mondays" in Farmingville Gentleman and ladies, start your engines. Hot rods, imports, classics, trucks and motorcycles roll into Brookhaven Amphitheater’s spectator-friendly weekly meet. WHEN | WHERE 5 p.m. Monday, Aug. 29, 1 Ski Run Lane, Farmingville INFO 631-648-2500, pennysaveramp.com  ADMISSION $10

Culture Club

It’s a throwback to the ’80s when Culture
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It’s a throwback to the ’80s when Culture Club, the British rock band led by Boy George, takes the stage Tuesday at NYCB Theatre at Westbury. They’re bringing back familiar hits — “Karma Chameleon,” “I’ll Tumble 4 Ya” and “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me,” along with songs from their latest release, “Tribes.” WHEN | WHERE 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 30, NYCB Theatre at Westbury INFO 516-247-5200, thetheatreatwestbury.com  ADMISSION $54.50-$199.50

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'The King and I'

The Academy Award-winning musical “The King and I”
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The Academy Award-winning musical “The King and I” returns to the big screen Wednesday, Aug. 31, for a 60th anniversary celebration. Select theaters in Farmingdale, Stony Brook and Holtsville have screenings scheduled for 2 and 7 p.m. Pictured: Yul Brynner and Deborah Kerr ADMISSION $12.50-$13.50 INFO 855-473-4612, fathomevents.com 

'My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish & I’m in Therapy'

You don’t have to be Italian or Jewish
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You don’t have to be Italian or Jewish to enjoy “My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish & I’m in Therapy” at Landmark on Main Street in Port Washington. Catch the last five performances this week (Wednesday through Sunday) of Steve Solomon’s Broadway hit inspired by his own family. Pictured: Peter Fogel ADMISSION $40-$55 INFO 855-448-7469, landmarkonmainstreet.org

Rascal Flatts

Country music fans — this one’s for you.
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Country music fans — this one’s for you. Country rockers Rascal Flatts take over Nikon at Jones Beach Theater performing songs from their latest release, “Rewind.” They’ll share the stage with ACM Award nominee Kelsea Ballerini and country newcomer Chris Lane. WHEN | WHERE 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 1, Ocean Parkway, Wantagh INFO 516-221-1000, livenation.com  ADMISSION $14.50-$75

Vanderbilt dance night

The outdoor dance series at Vanderbilt Museum winds
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The outdoor dance series at Vanderbilt Museum winds down with the “Lindy-hop” in the spotlight this week. Bring a partner, or go it alone — dance lessons begin at 6:30 p.m. with professional instructors. Next week, the last outdoor dance night scheduled for this season has you dancing the salsa on Sept. 8. WHEN | WHERE 7-9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 1, 180 Little Neck Rd., Centerport INFO 631-854-5579, vanderbiltmuseum.org  ADMISSION $30 ($25 advance), includes light dinner

Mid-Summer Night Dance at Vanderbilt

Do you know how to do the Bachata?
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Do you know how to do the Bachata? How about the Samba or Argentine Tango? Here's your chance to have your own "dancing with the stars." Learn the dance steps with an instructor outdoors at the Vanderbilt Museum, then take it to the dance floor overlooking Northport Bay. The series begins with Bachata and runs Thursdays through Sept. 8. WHEN | WHERE 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 30, 180 Little Neck Rd., Centerport INFO 631-854-5579, vanderbiltmuseum.org ADMISSION $30 ($20 advance)

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Glenn Baldwin and Friends of Jazz

Glenn Baldwin and Friends of Jazz wrap up
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Glenn Baldwin and Friends of Jazz wrap up Northport’s 2016 Happenings on Main Street series at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 2, on the patio in  Village Park. The group plays both classical and modern jazz (with extended solo time for each musician). Bring seating. ADMISSION Free INFO 631-261-6917, northportarts.org

Shinnecock Powwow

The Shinnecock Indian Nation welcomes Native American tribes
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The Shinnecock Indian Nation welcomes Native American tribes for its annual Labor Day weekend pow wow. It’s a long-running tradition marked by competitive and ceremonial dancing, traditional music, drumming and food. Don’t miss the Grand Entry of Dancers at 12:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. each day except Monday. WHEN | WHERE 3-9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 2; 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3, and next Sunday, Sept. 4, and Monday, Sept. 5, 1 W. Church St., Southampton INFO 631-283-6143, shinnecockpowwow.org ADMISSION $15 ($10 ages 6-12)

Dahlia show

They are the stars of the late-summer garden
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They are the stars of the late-summer garden — more than 1,700 dahlias are judged and displayed next weekend at Bayard Cutting Arboretum. Blooms include styles known as “dinner plates,” “minions” and many new varieties. At the end of the show, you can purchase bouquets or vases filled with flowers to take home. WHEN | WHERE 1-4:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3, and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 4, 440 Montauk Hwy., Great River INFO 631-581-1002, longislanddahlia.org ADMISSION $8 parking

Greenport art gallery tour

Greenport’s monthly self-guided gallery hop returns, inviting visitors
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Greenport’s monthly self-guided gallery hop returns, inviting visitors to roam among six galleries around the village’s Main Street area that beckon with artwork on view (in some cases, you’ll meet the artists), wine and light refreshments. Pictured: "Sun on the Beach" by Isabelle Haran Leonardi WHEN | WHERE 6-9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 2, Greenport INFO 631-477-1021, greenportvillage.com  ADMISSION Free

'The Will Rogers Follies'

“The Will Rogers Follies” at BroadHollow at Elmont
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“The Will Rogers Follies” at BroadHollow at Elmont focuses on the life and career of the American cowboy, vaudeville performer, humorist, newspaper columnist, social commentator, and stage and motion picture actor who died in a plane crash in 1935. His talents were many and his works lasting. The shows run Saturday, Sept. 3, through Sept 18. ADMISSION $23-$25 INFO 516-775-4420, broadhollow.org

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Westhampton Beach Festival of the Arts

More than 95 artisans gather for the Westhampton
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More than 95 artisans gather for the Westhampton Beach Festival of the Arts, selling one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces, photography, ceramics and more, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3, and 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 4, on the great lawn across from St. Mark’s Church. ADMISSION Free PHONE 941-487-8061 WEB paragonartevents.com

Hampton Classic horse show

Be a spectator at the world-class equestrian competition
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Be a spectator at the world-class equestrian competition the Hampton Classic horse show in Bridgehampton that includes more than 200 classes of competition for horses and riders. Daily competitions run throughout the week with special events along the way, such as Kids Day on Saturday, Sept. 3, when ages 12 and younger get free admission and special entertainment 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Next Sunday, Sept. 4, the competitive finale features an impressive riding lineup including U.S. Olympians McLain Ward and Beezie Madden (pictured) along with an international lineup of world champion and show-jumping veterans. WHEN | WHERE 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 28, through Sunday, Sept. 4, 240 Snake Hollow Rd., Bridgehampton INFO 631-537-3177, www.hamptonclassic.com ADMISSION $10 (free younger than 6) or $20 carload with free admission on Monday, Aug. 29 (free admission continues for seniors Tuesday-Thursday and kids under 12 on Saturday); additional $25-$35 for grandstand seating Sunday, Sept. 4.

Hampton Classic horse show’s Kids Day

Kids can meet farm animals, see a magic
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Kids can meet farm animals, see a magic show and take a free pony ride (first 500 visitors) among the other activities happening at the Hampton Classic horse show’s Kids Day, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3. The show wraps with a day of competitive events Sunday, Sept. 4. Pictured: Olympian McLain Ward ADMISSION $10 adults (free for ages 12 and younger Saturday only) or $20 per carload; plus $25-$35 grandstand seating Sunday. PHONE 631-537-3177 WEB www.hamptonclassic.com 

Jam at the Huntington Lighthouse

Get there by yacht, motorboat, kayak, canoe or
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Get there by yacht, motorboat, kayak, canoe or any other mode of water transportation. The annual summer concert Jam at the Huntington Lighthouse can be seen only from the water. Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the show includes a tribute to Jimmy Buffett’s music from the Ed Travers Band, local country/southern rockers Stagecoach, plus the Caribbean sounds of King Wellington and Dr. K’s Motown Revue. WHEN | WHERE 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3 (rain date Sunday, Sept. 4), off Gold Star Battalion Beach, West Shore Road, Huntington INFO 516-768-2575, lighthousemusicfest.com ADMISSION Donations benefit lighthouse restoration

American Airpower Museum antique display

vintage stock The American Airpower Museum celebrates the
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vintage stock The American Airpower Museum celebrates the end of summer with an antique aircraft and vintage automobile display in Farmingdale. Classic biplanes share the runway with the AAM’s fleet of World War II planes, jet fighters and autos dating from 1920-1970, 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3. ADMISSION $10 ($5 ages 5-13) PHONE 516-531-3950 WEB americanairpowermuseum.org

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Antique aircraft and vintage automobile display

The American Airpower Museum celebrates the end of
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The American Airpower Museum celebrates the end of summer with an antique aircraft and vintage automobile display in Farmingdale. Classic biplanes share the runway with the AAM’s fleet of World War II planes, jet fighters and autos dating from 1920-1970, 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 5. ADMISSION $10 ($5 ages 5-13) PHONE 516-531-3950 WEB americanairpowermuseum.org

 

‘To Catch a Thief’ screening

See Alfred Hitchcock’s romantic 1955 thriller, “To Catch
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See Alfred Hitchcock’s romantic 1955 thriller, “To Catch a Thief,” starring Cary Grant and Grace Kelly, at Landmark on Main Street in Port Washington. The ongoing series of daytime free movie screenings includes complimentary tea and light refreshments served before the film. WHEN | WHERE 2 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 31, 232 Main St., Port Washington INFO 516-767-6444, landmarkonmainstreet.org  ADMISSION Free

Fire Island’s Sunken Forest tour

Join a park ranger for a guided tour
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Join a park ranger for a guided tour through Fire Island’s Sunken Forest. The Sailors Haven site is home to a rare maritime holly forest that can be traversed via a wooded mile-and-a-quarter trail. Free tours depart at 11:15 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 3, and Sunday, Sept. 4. You’ll want to bring bug spray, sunblock, water and binoculars for bird-watching. ADMISSION Free ($13 adults, $7.50 younger than 11 for roundtrip ferry from Sayville) PHONE 631-687-4780 WEB nps.gov/fiis

Fire Island Sand Creation Contest

The theme of this year’s Amateur Annual Labor
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The theme of this year’s Amateur Annual Labor Day Sand Creation Contest at Fire Island on Sunday, Sept. 4, is national parks. The family-friendly contest will be held at two venues —  Sailors Haven (Sayville) and Watch Hill (Patchogue ferry) — and will start at 10 a.m. ADMISSION Free INFO 631-687-4780, 631-687-4777, nps.gov/fiis

Beatles tribute band Beyond Fab

In a tribute to The Beatles, local band
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In a tribute to The Beatles, local band Beyond Fab, takes the stage at 8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3, at the Jones Beach boardwalk bandshell, performing the group’s early hits up to the Abbey Road album — think “Here Comes the Sun” and “She Loves You.” ADMISSION Free PHONE 516-785-1600 WEB jonesbeachbandshell.com

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Long Island Ducks

What’s more Americana than spending the last unofficial
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What’s more Americana than spending the last unofficial day of summer at a baseball game? The Long Island Ducks go against the Bridgeport Bluefish on Monday, Sept. 5, at 1:35 p.m. (note the unusual early start for a Monday game) at Bethpage Ballpark in Central Islip. ADMISSION $12-$15 INFO 631-940-3825, liducks.com

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