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Thursday, March 21

Alice In Wonderland

Newly revived, the historic Port Washington Play Troupe’s Children’s Show will present the premiere of Alice in Wonderland, featuring a multi-generational cast of 50. Takes place in the Parish Hall at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church at 7 p.m. Additional performances will be held on Saturday, March 23 at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m., and Sunday, March 24 at 3 p.m. Ticket prices are $10 for adults and $5 for children, and can be reserved by calling Port Washington Play Troupe at (516) 473-6243.

Friday, March 22

Jazz Night

Get ready for an exuberant musical tribute to the life and music of Louis Armstrong with the Dolphin Jazz Ensemble and author Muriel Weinstein, at 7 p.m., at The Dolphin Bookshop and Café. The Dolphin Jazz Ensemble will be joined by two singers to help bring to life the sweet, powerful music of Louis Armstrong. The ensemble includes Bobby Katz on saxophone, Myles Potters on trumpet, Solomon Hoffman on piano, and Eddie Matthews on bass. Between musical selections, Muriel Harris Weinstein, author of When Louis Taught Me Scat and Play Louis Play! The True Story of a Boy and His Horn will give a glimpse into the fun of scat and the inspiring life of the greatest jazz musician of the twentieth century. For more information, visit, or contact The Dolphin Bookshop, 299 Main Street in Port Washington, 767-2650.

John Ford With Ian Lloyd

Multi-Platinum British singer/songwriter, John Ford of the Strawbs is back in concert with special guest Ian Lloyd of Stories, at the Port Washington Public Library Latham Auditorium, beginning at 7:30 p.m.  Ian Lloyd is best known for his hit, “Brother Louie,” which is featured as the theme song on FX’s comedy series Louie. Admission is free and seating is limited to 160. 

The New Riders Of The Purple Sage

The New Riders of the Purple Sage return to Landmark on Main Street, presented by the Sass Foundation for Medical Research. Tickets and information at the box office phone (767-6444) or www.landmarkonmain

Sunday, March 24

The Great Egg Hunt

Get ready for an adventurous egg hunt on the Great Lawn and the Phil Dejana Learning Center’s Outdoor Classroom, hosted at Castle Gould, at Sands Point Preserve, on March 24, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Very young children and pre-schoolers will have a special area for egg hunting in the Phil Dejana Learning Center Outdoor Classroom; older children and teens will face a bigger hunting challenge on the Preserve’s Great Lawn. Special craft projects and refreshments will be available. Suggested contribution is $20 per car or $10 with Annual Pass. For more information about programs and events at the Sands Point Preserve, call 516-571-7901,  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , see www.the or stop by the Gate House, open daily, at 127 Middle Neck Road in Sands Point.

Ongoing Events

Tuesday Bridge Lessons

EAC’s PW Senior Community Service Center is offering Bridge instruction to members on Tuesday mornings, from 10 a.m. to noon, led by a professional bridge instructor. This popular program is being expanded to include beginners, intermediate, and two-player “Honeymoon Bridge”. A hot, nutritious lunch follows, at your option (suggested $3 voluntary contribution). Bridge play resumes after lunch. Membership is open to all seniors, and there are no fees to join. Call 944-9654 for more information, or to schedule door-to-door transportation. The center is located at 9 Carlton Avenue in Port Washington.

Artists Invite Artists

Continuing through March 25, the Graphic Eye Gallery will present Artists Invite Artists. For this exhibition, member artists invite fellow artists to show work alongside their own. The work exhibited creates a fresh combination of artistic dynamism. The Graphic Eye Gallery is located at 402 Main Street in Port Washington. For more information, call 883-9668.