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).
Let’s face it going out to dinner with the kids is always an adventure. We love going out to eat as a family and enjoying our local restaurants with the kids.
You know what is really awesome? Is going out to eat and the kids meals are FREE! Yes, Free! Some restaurants feature FREE kids meals on certain nights of the week (some restrictions apply). Check out our features below:
Think Big Theater Artsis one of our favorite places to visit since we attended one of the Travelin Trunk Shows this past summer. Season 2 of the Travelin’ Trunk show starts this weekend and we are so excited!
“The Travelin’ Trunk Show is at 11am on Saturdays & Sundays. Perfect for ages 2-7. Think Mr Rogers meets Magic Garden. New live theater episode and story every weekend.”
Capture the magic of the season as The Gateway magically transforms Patchogue Theatre’s stage into an ice rink for The Gateway’s Holiday Spectacular On Ice.
This enchanting musical celebration opens Thursday, December 15 and runs through January 1.
Kids’ tickets are half price!
Presented within the intimate environment of Patchogue Theatre, The Gateway’s Holiday Spectacular On Ice brings beloved holiday songs to life while emphasizing the beauty, grace, and artistry of figure skating. Featuring show-stopping singers and dancers, astonishing performance artistry, and even a few canine capers, this family-friendly musical celebration is literally the “coolest” show for all ages this season. The Gateway’s Holiday Spectacular On Ice stars championship figure skaters Rohene Ward and Ricky Dornbush and features Big Apple Circus‘ long-time animal trainer and presenter Jenny Vidbel with her performing dogs.