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This Week in Hauppauge

Looking for something to do this week? Check out our list of events in the area.

Sunday, February 16

1pm Alba Consort, Early Mediterranean Music concert at Bayard Cutting Arboretum

1pm Historic House Tour of South Side Sportsmen’s Club at Connetquot River State Park

1:30pm Bayberry Candles at Caleb Smith State Park

Monday, February 17

10:30am Play-doh Playtime at Hauppauge Public Library. Explore the fun of Play-doh with your little one.

7pm Community Meeting about Human Trafficking at Islip American Legion

Tuesday, February 18

9:30am Keeping Your Trust Healthy at Hauppauge Palace Diner

2pm An Afternoon at the Movies at Hauppauge Public Library. Showing Harriet.

Wednesday, February 19

2pm Everyone Loves a Compliment at Hauppauge Public Library. Help us prepare for World Compliment Day. Children will write compliments that will be handed out to guests during the upcoming World Compliment Day.

7pm Filling Our Hearts with Love through Meditation at Hauppauge Public Library. Meditation talk and short meditation session.

Thursday, February 20

10am Tiny Tots: Nature Discoveries at Caleb Smith State Park. Explore the natural world around us. For children ages 3-5 with their caregivers.

1:30pm Take a Hike! at Connetquot River State Park. Looking for a fun activity to do during your winter break? Get outside and explore the trails of the preserve during a guided hike! Enjoy the crisp air as we will keep our eyes open for winter wildlife.

2pm SCWA Education Tour at SCWA Education Center. The Education Center celebrates SCWA’s history, provides a glimpse into the future of the public water supply and, most importantly, teaches the public about the vital role they play in protecting our most precious resource—our underground drinking water supply.

Friday, February 21

10am Tiny Tots: Nature Discoveries at Sunken Meadow State Park. Explore the natural world around us. These programs will connect children and their parents with nature through short walks, animal visitors, and crafts. Children ages 3 -5 .

1:30pm Meet the Animals at Connetquot River State Park. Come out to the Preserve and meet the animals of the Long Island Regional Environmental Office! Learn about each animal and hear their unique stories during an up close and personal indoor lecture.

6:30pm Ice Cream Party Volunteers at Hauppauge Public Library. Help serve ice cream and conduct craft activities with children who participated in the winter reading club. (1 hour service credit) Grades 6-12.

Saturday, February 22

10am Toy Paramedic Volunteers at Hauppauge Public Library. Help keep the library’s toys clean and in tip-top shape. Grades 6-12.

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Additional listings can be found on our events calendar.