We enjoyed the reading of Peter and the Wolf at Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts with the musical accompaniment of the Long Island Concert Orchestra and narrated by Radio Personality Cindy Clifford (of WALK-FM fame).
As you know, Marvel Universe LIVE! Age of Heroes is coming to the NYC Metro area.The fun kicks off at The Barclays Center in Brooklyn on February 22nd. But, the all-access experience will be on February 21st at New York’s Grand Central Terminal.
To celebrate, you and your family are invited to experience first-hand what it takes to become one of the greatest super heroes in the universe! Try on authentic Marvel costumes, test their strength against Thor’s legendary hammer and enjoy performances throughout the day, all while having access to photo and video content that won’t be available anywhere else.
If you think seeing your favorite Marvel superhero on the big screen is a treat – you ain’t seen nothing yet! Join the heroes and villains of Marvel for an action-packed adventure like none other.
This show will be a treat for the whole family – kids large (ahem, adults) and small!
Director, James Hadley and fight choreographer, David Doersch have come together to create an arena experience that will not disappoint. These are LIVE ACTION STUNTS – kids will see their heroes come to life before their eyes and adults will be amazed this is actually happening in front of them! You will forget you are in a stadium and be immersed into the Marvel realm.
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum: March 22-April 1, 2018
“The show will be featuring the live-action debut of the Guardians of the Galaxy and the return of favorites such as Spider-Man and The Avengers. Join the Guardians of the Galaxy, Spider-Man, Captain America, Iron Man, Thor and others to combat the scheming Nebula and her loathsome villain friends and recover the Wand of Watoomb to defend the universe from evil.”
Are you excited for all the egg hunts, bunny breakfasts and Spring fun that Long Island has to offer from now till Easter?
We have a great list of all things Bunnies, Eggs and so much more…
Please note that we are listing all the events that we have been told about or have found. If you want further information about each event please contact those who are running the event. None of the events below are Momee Friends events.
Rain or shine? You would have to ask those who are running the event as well.
With so many Easter events here on Long Island, why would we travel all the way into NYC?
Well, there are three awesome events that can only happen in NYC like Skating with the Easter Bunny at The Rink at Rockefeller Center, looking for eggs during a frozen Easter egg hunt or having a magical Easter Brunch with views of the Empire State building and we have all the details for you.