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Best bets on Long Island this weekend

City of Long Beach Arts and Crafts fair

City of Long Beach Arts and Crafts fair takes place July 16-17, 2011 with hundreds of vendors on their boardwalk Photo Credit: None/

 

SATURDAY

 

 

Metal manifesto

 

Grammy winner Corey Taylor, front man for heavy metal band Slipknot and rock band Stone Sour, speaks about and signs his candid memoir, "Seven Deadly Sins," 7 p.m., at Book Revue in Huntington.

ADMISSION Free

PHONE 631-271-1442

WEB bookrevue.com

 

Farm work

 

Visit the Hallockville Museum Farm in Riverhead for an antique tractor show and pull 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Trucks, autos and emergency vehicles also will be on display, along with vintage stock cars and racing memorabilia (6038 Sound Ave.). Continues Sunday.

ADMISSION $5 (free younger than 12)

PHONE 631-332-0282

WEB liapa.com

 

On board

 

More than 250 East Coast artisans will gather on the Long Beach boardwalk for a 9 a.m.-6 p.m. arts and crafts festival featuring handmade fine art, jewelry and more. There will also be food vendors, including gelato-filled cannolis from Sicily. Continues Sunday.

ADMISSION Free

PHONE 516-404-8881

WEB longbeachny.org

 

Bay breeze

 

The North Fork hamlet of New Suffolk is hosting a tour of waterfront homes along Jackson Street 3-6 p.m. There'll be gourmet food, music and local wines. Rain or shine, meet at Main and First streets at the historic Galley Ho.

ADMISSION $100

PHONE 631-603-8456

WEB newsuffolkwaterfront.org

 

Time travel

 

Catch an 8:30 p.m. outdoor screening of the 1985 film "Back to the Future," starring Michael J. Fox, on the lawn of historic Mulford Farm in East Hampton. Bring a chair or blanket and a picnic (rain date Sunday).

ADMISSION $5 (free ages 5 and younger)

PHONE 631-324-4050

WEB guildhall.org

 

SUNDAY

 

 

Country carnival

 

Terryville Volunteer Fire Department's outdoor carnival wraps up with rides, games and live music 5-10 p.m. in Port Jefferson Station.

ADMISSION $15 pay-one-price

PHONE 631-473-1224

WEB angelfire.com/ny2/TerryvilleFD

 

Remember when

 

Have a playdate with some of your favorite vintage toys from the 1960s to the present at the Long Island Toy Show, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., at the Holiday Inn in Plainview (215 Sunnyside Blvd.). You'll find dolls, video games, comic books and more, along with a visit by the 501st Legion Empire City Garrison, a group of "Star Wars" enthusiasts.

ADMISSION $8 ($5 advance) for ages 12 and up; 9-10 a.m. preview admission $15 ($10 advance)

PHONE 516-313-3237

WEB litoyshow.com

 

KIDS

 

 

Lamp light

 

A musical performance takes you on a magic carpet ride with Princess Jasmine and Aladdin, followed by an optional Princess tea party.

WHEN | WHERE 2 p.m. Saturday, CM Performing Arts Center, 931 Montauk Hwy., Oakdale

ADMISSION $9, $20 for optional tea party with Jasmine, for ages 4 and up

INFO 631-218-2810, cmpac.com

 

Family performance

 

Students from the summer ballet program are included in the performance of "Firebird," featuring Prince Igor and the Russian mythical creature.

WHEN | WHERE 3 p.m. Friday, Ballet Long Island, 1863 Pond Rd., Ronkonkoma

ADMISSION $16 adult, $6 seniors and children ages up to 12

INFO 631-737-1964, theballetcenter.org

 

Teddy bear picnic

 

Spend an afternoon in the Cottage gardens with your favorite teddy bear and enjoy refreshments and a craft session, ages 3-6.

WHEN | WHERE 1 p.m. Saturday, Old Westbury Gardens, 71 Old Westbury Rd., Old Westbury

ADMISSION $20 child with an adult

INFO Register 516-333-0048, oldwestburygardens.org

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