🌱 Summer Intensive At Smithtown PAC + Real Estate + Kid’s Events

Hello everybody. I’m back in your inbox this warm morning to walk you through everything you need to know about what’s happening these days in Smithtown.

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Now, today’s weather:

Sunshine, hot and humid. High: 90, low: 78.

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Here are the top 4 stories in Smithtown today:

  1. Registrations are now open for Smithtown Performing Arts Center Summer Theater Intensive 2022. Participants will develop acting skills and confidence in this fun and interactive workshop. For details, access here. (SmithtownPAC)
  2. Stony Brook Hospital welcomes the Ronald McDonald House Family Room. The new space offers a kitchen, laundry room, and other facilities for NICU parents and families caring for newborns. (Smithtown Matters)
  3. For those looking forward to buying a home in the Smithtown area or just curious about the newest listing in the neighborhood, look at this half-acre property with a pool and walk-in closet located at 311 Rose Lane in Smithtown. (Patch)
  4. Nearby News: Police are searching for two men who stole wallets from unlocked cars in Port Jefferson, Setauket, and the Stony Brook area. Police said the suspects drove a Sedan to commit the thefts. A cash reward is offered for whoever gives information that leads to an arrest. (Daily Voice)

Today in Smithtown:

  • Art Exhibit-John P. Cardone (Smithtown Library-Kings Park). (9:30 a.m.)
  • Nursery Rhyme Time (Smithtown Library-Nesconset Building). (10 a.m.)
  • On the Farm Sing-a-long (Smithtown Library-Commack Building. (10:30 am)
  • Baby Playground (Smithtown Library-Kings Park Building). (11 a.m.)

From my notebook:

  • Smithtown Library Kids: “Join us at the Long Island Museum on August 12 to bring history to life! Learn all about Anderson’s award-winning book Lizzie Demands a Seat, then take a tour of the museum’s collection of horse-drawn vehicles.” (Smithtown Library Kids via Facebook)
  • Sweetbriar Nature Center: “If you have any of these items around that you no longer want or need, we are looking for some donations. We need toilet paper, disposable gloves, kids’ markers, dry erase markers, hand soap, baby wipes, and dry cat food. ” (Sweetbriar Nature Center via Facebook)

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That’s it for today. I’ll see you around!

Debora Whitehead

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