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theSyosset-Jericho Calendar

On Display:  

Susan Tango, Print Maker

Susan Tango’s work is an interpretation of specific visual memories. She keeps a visual scrapbook of ideas that she draws from for inspiration. Sometimes these images are her own photos or scenes just remembered. Natural settings, texture and light are used to create particular moods that are recalled with the images. The bulk of her printmaking skills came from courses and workshops with Dan Weldon and Jonathan Fabricant. This included intaglio printing (drypoint, engraving, solarprints, etching, soft ground, embossing) and relief printing (woodcuts, linocuts, collage) as well as monoprints. This training included a 10-day seminar and exhibition in Mykonos, Greece with Dan and the Japanese printmaker Takiji Kubo. Syosset Public Library, Ongoing.

Monday: Rabbi’s Open Door Q&A

Thursday: Kabbalah Class

MiYaD, 235 Robbins Lane Unit N, Syosset. 516-336-9077, 7:30-8:30 p.m.

November 20

YA Caramel Apples

Autumn may be close to ending but there is still time for apples covered in caramel. Jericho Public Library, 7:30-8:30 p.m.

November 21

Syosset Camera Club Photography Critique & Lecture

Oyster Bay Community Center, Church Street, Oyster Bay. Free. 7:30-10 p.m.

Marshmallow Pilgrim Hats

Each chef will make six adorable hats to take home to enjoy with friends and family. Grades 3-5. Syosset Public Library , 4-5 p.m.

American Heiresses, English Titles

During the Gilded Age, at least 119 wealthy American daughters married into English aristocratic households. Often the bride was pushed into the nuptials by an aggressive parent. Linda Watkin will speak about these marriages. Syosset Public Library, 2-3 p.m.  

November 22

Turkey Craft

Make a fun turkey craft to use as a centerpiece for Thanksgiving Day. Grades K-2. Syosset Public Library, 4-4:45 p.m.

November 23

Autumn Children’s Craft    

Celebrate autumn by making a place mat with a painted leaf design and matching beaded fork. Ages 4 years to 6th grade. Jericho Public Library, 11:15 a.m.

November 30

Underhill Preserve Trail Clearing

Work off your holiday feast while doing some good for the environment. Help clear the trails at Underhill Preserve in Jericho in time for the Christmas Bird Count in December (this is the most productive count area and the trails have grown in terribly). Tools, gloves and snacks (no Thanksgiving leftovers…promise!) will be provided for the volunteers. This is a great chance to explore this preserve which is closed to the public. Due to the sensitive location, the group will meet in front of the Starbucks in the Whole Foods shopping center in Jericho on Route 107 then carpool to the preserve. Registration is an absolute must:  516-695-0783. 10 a.m.

December 1

Rob's Run

Runners from all over the New York Metropolitan area and beyond are invited to take part in the 21st anniversary edition of New York Blood Center’s Rob’s Run, a 5-kilometer cross country race which will be held at Stillwell Woods Park in Syosset. Rob’s Run will start at 9:15 a.m. Registration and pickup will be at the Center for Developmental Disabilities (72 South Woods Road, directly next door to Stillwell Woods) from 7:15 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. As in the past, Rob’s Run is dedicated to the memory of Rob Lauterborn, an extraordinary human being, talented runner, and good friend, who was taken from us at far too young an age. If you are a veteran of Rob’s Run, or if you are otherwise familiar with the beauties of this trail, you know what a great morning this is going to be. If you’ve never had the nerve to try running cross country before, this is an easy way of introducing yourself to the wonders of the woods and of getting an exciting new perspective on autumn running. Entry fees are $25 for those who preregister and $30 for those who wait till the day of the Run to sign up. There is a 50-percent discount for high school and younger runners. Everyone who signs up is guaranteed to get one of the great giveaways that have always been a Rob’s Run tradition. Awards will be presented to the top three male and female finishers overall and to the top three male and female finishers in each of 17 five-year age groups ranging from 10 and under to 80 and over. Team awards will be presented to high school and middle school boys and girls teams, and to male, female, and co-ed teams in the open, masters and senior masters divisions. For entry forms or more information, call Sue or Linda at the GLIRC office at 516-349-7646. You can also register online at To volunteer, contact Mindy Davidson at 516-349-7646 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .