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04:30 pm, Thursday Jul 23

KIDS OUTDOOR CONCERT: The New Students (Folk/Americana)

Join us as we kick off our Thursday afternoon kids programs on the west lawn with a concert by The New Students, a Brooklyn-based band with one foot in the 21st century and the other firmly planted in traditional American folk music. With their uplifting harmonies and thoughtful lyrics, The New Students are a delight to audiences young and old in New York, Long Island and faraway towns on the East Coast.

Bring your chairs, blankets and dancing shoes, and don’t forget to wear face masks and follow established social distancing guidelines.

04:30 pm, Thursday Jul 30

KIDS OUTDOOR PUPPET SHOW: The Princess, the Frog & the Pea

with Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre

30 minutes, ages 3-8, tabletop puppets

Combining three well-loved stories, The Princess, the Frog & the Pea delights audiences. A princess, a witch, an un-enchanted frog, a hoot owl and a neurotic pea are the stars of this mixed-up tale.

Bring your chairs, blankets and don’t forget to wear face masks and follow established social distancing guidelines.

04:30 pm, Thursday Aug 06

KIDS OUTDOOR CONCERT: Elena Moon Park

Multi-Cultural Music

Bring your chairs, blankets and dancing shoes.

Join us for another Thursday afternoon kids & family programs on the west lawn with a concert Elena Moon Park, a musician and educator living in Brooklyn, NY. Originally from Oak Ridge, TN, she studied anthropology and ethnomusicology at Northwestern University and completed her M.A. in Urban Policy from The New School in New York.

SPACE IS LIMITED DUE TO NEW YORK STATE GATHERING GUIDELINES. ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED TO GUARANTEE ADMISSION.

COVID-19 What to Expect: There will be no restrooms available for use during outdoor programs. Attendees are required to wear masks (except when eating), and to place themselves 6 feet apart from other attendees in order to enforce social distancing guidelines.

04:30 pm, Thursday Aug 13

KIDS OUTDOOR PUPPET SHOW: The Doubtful Sprout

with Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre

30 minutes, ages 3-8, a variety of puppetry styles

Get ready to explore the world under your feet in this underground puppet adventure. Tunnel down with Worm and Sprout as they discover the mysterious life found inside soil. Along the way, kids help figure out the secrets that help Sprout grow. Award-winning puppeteer, Liz Joyce, brings this ecological wonderland to life with multiple puppetry styles, projections and song.

The Doubtful Sprout was funded in part by a Family Grant from The Jim Henson Foundation.

Bring your chairs and blankets.

SPACE IS LIMITED DUE TO NEW YORK STATE GATHERING GUIDELINES. ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED TO GUARANTEE ADMISSION.

COVID-19 – What to Expect:  There will be no restrooms available for use during outdoor programs. Attendees are required to wear masks at all times and to space themselves at least 6 feet apart from other guests.

04:30 pm, Thursday Aug 20

KIDS OUTDOOR WORKSHOP: Capoeira with Henry Young

Great for all ages and levels (parents, too!).  Dress comfortably and bring water!

On this very special Thursday afternoon we’re getting some distanced physical fitness with Capoeira instructor Henry Young. Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, acrobatics, and music. It was developed by enslaved Africans in Brazil at the beginning of the 16th century. It is known for its acrobatic and complex maneuvers, often involving hands on the ground and inverted kicks.

SPACE IS LIMITED DUE TO NEW YORK STATE GATHERING GUIDELINES. ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED TO GUARANTEE ADMISSION.

COVID-19 – What to Expect:  There will be no restrooms available for use during outdoor programs. Attendees are required to wear masks at all times and to space themselves at least 6 feet apart from other guests.

04:30 pm, Thursday Aug 27

KIDS OUTDOOR CONCERT: Cuomo Family Band – Songs & Stories

The art of storytelling comes naturally to musician/author/storyteller Johnny Cuomo. Collecting stories from his travels and interests, Johnny combines these with his musical talents to unfold tales of nature, birds, animals and stories from near and afar.

Starting out as a volunteer teacher on the Barona and Viejas Indian Reservations in California, Johnny developed a special connection with the Native American culture, which has enriched his abilities as a storyteller of Indian tales. While living and attending school in Ireland, Johnny learned first hand about the Irish culture and music, which sent him on a path to forming his own traditional Irish band, Gallowglass, performing all over the US and abroad. 

SPACE IS LIMITED DUE TO NEW YORK STATE GATHERING GUIDELINES. ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED TO GUARANTEE ADMISSION.

COVID-19 – What to Expect:  There will be no restrooms available for use during outdoor programs. Attendees are required to wear masks at all times and to space themselves at least 6 feet apart from other guests.

04:30 pm, Friday Sep 11

SAC Youth Global Citizen After School Program – ECO

Ages 11-15 | Drop-Offs Permitted

Join us for this new youth programming initiative offering educational, inspiring, and fun after school programs to children ages 11-15.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11: ECO
4:30 PM: Beach cleanup bag painting & ocean conservation discussion with Jillian Kampf of Surfrider Foundation Eastern Long Island
6-7 PM: Pizza & Ping-Pong Social Hang-Out

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25: MOUNTAINFILM Student Program
4:30 PM: Inspiring short films from the Mountainfilm kids program followed by Q&A with Mountainfilm on Tour Southampton organizer Elyn Kronemeyer (indoors)
6-7 PM: Pizza & Ping-Pong Social Hang-Out

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2: Peace Project – Wellness
4:30 PM: Healthy Habits and Plant-Based Living with the Wellness Foundation + Composting 101
6-7 PM: Pizza, Plants & Ping-Pong Social Hang-Out

Scholarships available for children with families experiencing financial hardship.

The Youth Global Citizen program is sponsored by Kara Ross, Paula Viscogliosi, and The Peace Project Inc.

04:30 pm, Friday Sep 25

SAC Youth Global Citizen After School Program – MOUNTAINFILM

Ages 11-15 | Drop-Offs Permitted

Join us for this new youth programming initiative which aims to foster curiosity, broaden perspectives and encourage community service and engagement for the youth while having fun in a social environment.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25: MOUNTAINFILM Student Program
4:30 PM: Inspiring short films from the Mountainfilm kids program followed by Q&A with Mountainfilm on Tour Southampton organizer Elyn Kronemeyer (indoors)
6-7 PM: Pizza & Ping-Pong Social Hang-Out
Mountainfilm uses the power of film, art and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world. As a primary element of this mission, their student programs offer engaging content featuring inspiring stories to ignite the imagination and broaden perspectives.

Scholarships available for children with families experiencing financial hardship.

The Youth Global Citizen program is sponsored by Kara Ross, Paula Viscogliosi, and The Peace Project Inc. The Mountainfilm Student Program is hosted by Elyn and Jeff Kronemeyer.

04:30 pm, Friday Oct 02

SAC Youth Global Citizen After School Program – PEACE PROJECT / WELLNESS

Ages 11-15 | Drop-Offs Permitted

Join us for this new youth programming initiative which aims to foster curiosity, broaden perspectives and encourage community service and engagement for the youth while having fun in a social environment.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2: Peace Project – Wellness
4:30 PM: Healthy Habits and Plant-Based Living with the Wellness Foundation + Composting 101
6-7 PM: Pizza, Plants & Ping-Pong Social Hang-Out

Scholarships available for children with families experiencing financial hardship.

The Youth Global Citizen program is sponsored by Kara Ross, Paula Viscogliosi, and The Peace Project Inc.

07:30 pm, Sunday Oct 25

Zoom Bedtime Stories: Vampirina Ballerina

with Author Anne Marie Pace

Get the kids tucked into bed and join us on Zoom for this special session of bedtime stories read by the authors themselves.

Oh, to be a ballerina! It’s a challenge for any little girl, but even more so if you happen to be a vampire like Vampirina. First of all, you have to find a class that meets at night. Then you have to figure out how to perfect your form when you can’t see yourself in the mirror? And then there’s wearing pink (not the most flattering of colors if you happen to be undead) and that nagging urge to take a little nip out of the other dancers. And worse of all… STAGE FRIGHT!!!