Here are some of the events happening in the Long Island Weekly coverage area. Note that in the face of the latest COVID-19 surge, it is best to check with a venue before heading out.
Friday, December 31
New Year’s Laughin’ Eve!
Presented by Theatre Three, 412 Main St, Port Jefferson, with shows at 6 and 8 p.m. Hosted by comedian Paul Anthony, direct from the Long Island Comedy Festival. Featuring Eric Haft (Catskills, Atlantic City, Foxwoods), Joe DeVito (Comedy Central, Last Comic Standing, The Late Show) plus a surprise guest comedian too! Tickets are $50 (early show) and $65 (late show). Get tickets at https://theatrethree.com/newyearseve.html
Saturday, January 1
Superheroes of the Sky
From 11 a.m. to noon at the Sweetbriar Nature Center, 62 Eckernkamp Dr., Smithtown. Description: “Take a walking tour with Jim while he feeds our birds of prey and tells you about their incredible adaptations that help them survive in the wild. You’ll be seeing and learning about our bald eagle, our turkey vultures, our owls, hawks and many more.” Admission is $10 per adult, $5 per child (under 12). Info and tickets here.
First Day Hike At Bethpage State Park
Long Island Greenbelt Hikes hosts this 5- to 6-mile hike, moderate pace, with exit points at 1, 2, and 3 miles for those wishing to shorten the hike. The park is at 99 Quaker Meeting House Rd, Farmingdale. Bring water and a snack. Moderate hills along route. Meet in the picnic area parking lot by the playground. To register call 516-249-3560 leave your name and number of people in your group.
Sunday, January 2
Point Lookout Town Park Bird Walk
Hosted by the South Shore Audubon Society. Walk starts at 9 a.m. and there is no walk if it rains or snows or temperature is below 25°F. Registration is required by calling Joe Landesberg at 516-467-9498. Limited to 12 participants. Masks are also required. Directions: From the Southern State Parkway, exit onto the Meadowbrook State Parkway south. Exit from the Meadowbrook at Loop Parkway (just before the Jones Beach toll booths) toward Point Lookout. The Loop Parkway ends west of Point Lookout at Lido Boulevard. Continue straight across Lido Boulevard into Point Lookout Park. Travel past the ticket booths and curve left into the very large parking lot on the south side of the park. Park in the southeast corner, closest to the private homes of the village of Point Lookout and the beach. We will walk east along the beach toward Jones Inlet. After returning to the parking lot, we will drive west on Lido Boulevard to Lido Beach Passive Nature Preserve on the north side of Lido Boulevard to walk through the bay marsh.
Wednesday, January 5
Point Lookout Town Park Bird Walk
North Shore Audubon Society Wednesday leaderless walk from 9:30 a.m. to noon at Point Lookout Beach, 1300 Lido Blvd., Lido Beach.
Flag of Liberation
The Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center presents a virtual program from 11 a.m. to noon, Curator’s Corner: A “Ghost Army” Flag of Liberation. Museum and Programming Director Thorin Tritter will talk about a Nazi flag that was pulled down by American troops serving in the “Ghost Army” during WWII who then covered it with their signatures, transforming it from a flag of hate to a flag of liberation.
Get link at https://www.hmtcli.org.
Thursday, January 6
The Gilmour Project
At 8 p.m. at the NYCB Theater at Westbury 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. Description: “An All-Star Band explores the music of David Gilmour’s Pink Floyd.” Tickets $29.50 to $49.50. COVID-19 protocols apply. Visit www.thetheatreatwestbury.com or call 516-247-5200.
A Haven for Jews
From 11 a.m. to noon, the Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center hosts “A Haven from the Holocaust: Washington Heights and the Jews of Europe,” presented by Dr. Linda Burghardt. Description: “Throughout the Holocaust, thousands of refugees from Nazi-occupied Europe sought healing and hope in Manhattan’s neighborhood of Washington Heights, making it home to the world’s largest German-Jewish community in the aftermath of the war. What did Washington Heights offer and how did this iconic community help these refugees become Americans? Join us for a presentation about this unique neighborhood, one that offered German and Austrian Jews, and other Survivors who followed later, the strength and resilience to overcome their inestimable loss.” Get link at www.hmtcli.org.
Virtual Brown Bag Lecture
A live talk via Zoom from 1 to 2 p.m. Museum Docent Riva Ettus presents her popular “Brown Bag Lecture” about Nassau County Museum of Art’s exhibition, Songs Without Words: The Art of Music. Participants are invited to ask questions at the end of the program. Cost for non-members is $10. Preregistration is required for this program. A zoom link will be shared by email to registrants within 24 hours prior to the start of the program. Virtual Programs are sponsored by the Ike, Molly & Steven Elias Foundation. Register at https://nassaumuseum.org/project/brown-bag-lecture.
Friday, January 7
The Disco Nights
At 8 p.m. at the at the Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. Description: “It’s Saturday Night Fever all over again. Lineup includes incredible vocalists Alessandra Guercio, Jerome Bell and Adam Bastien from ‘American Idol’ and ‘The Voice.’ Backed by one of the tightest bands and veterans of the New York City music scene. So throw on those stiletto heels and your fav wide leg trousers and join us as we take you on a musical adventure back into the disco scene.” Standard tickets from $20 to $40. COVID-19 protocols apply. Visit www.paramountny.com or call 631-673-7300.
First Friday Music
The Heckscher Museum of Art First Friday presents Soulful Standards featuring Steve Salerno (guitar) and Mala Waldron (voice and piano), with soulful interpretations of selected works from the American songbook composers (1920 to present). The museum’s extended hours are 5 to 8:30 p.m. and the performance begins at 7 p.m. Free. Timed tickets available at the door, first-come, first-served. Space is limited. The museum is located at 2 Prime Ave., Huntington. Visit www.heckscher.org.
Cold Spring Harbor Hills and Loop
Long Island Greenbelt Hikes hosts this 9 a.m. hike covering 4.8 miles. The pace is moderate and the course is hilly. To register call Tammy at 631-896-1409 between 6 and 9 p.m. Description: “One of the best hikes on Long Island. This section of the Nassau-Suffolk Greenbelt Trail has some nice hills to make sure we get a great workout. We’ll head to Rte 108 taking the Uplands West Loop, which adds about one-half mile to the trip, then return using the more direct route. The winter views of the harbor along the way are gorgeous. Bring water and trail snacks. A hiking pole is recommended. Heavy rain or snow cancels, light rain or snow does not; call morning of hike if unsure.” Meet at the Nassau-Suffolk Greenbelt Trailhead on Harbor Rd. (NY 25A) in Cold Spring Harbor, in the unpaved parking lot adjacent to the Cold Spring Harbor Library.
Saturday, January 8
Winter Forest Walk
At 11 a.m. at the Nassau County Museum of Art with naturalist Virginia Dankel. Cost is $10/members, $20/non-members. Meet at the Manes Center (as you enter the grounds, the first building on your left with the Kenny Scharf mural). Stroll the museum’s grounds to observe seasonal changes to discover that nature is beautiful and interesting all year long. The rain date is Saturday, January 15. If rain is forecast, we will email you the day before to postpone. Register at https://nassaumuseum.org/project/winter-forest-walk.
Shot Of Billy
Mike Delguidice and Big Shot perform the music of Billy Joel at Mulcahy’s Pub & Concert Hall, 3232 Railroad Ave., Wantagh, at 9 p.m. Cost $20 to $25. For table seating call 516-783-7500.
Sunday, January 9
Hempstead Lake State Park Bird Walk
Hosted by the South Shore Audubon Society. Walk starts at 9 a.m. and there is no walk if it rains or snows or temperature is below 25°F. Registration is required by calling Joe Landesberg at 516-467-9498. Limited to 12 participants. Masks are also required. Directions: From the Southern State Parkway, take Exit 18 (Eagle Avenue) south to Field 3 (use second park entrance and make an immediate left turn.)
The Science Museum of Long Island, 1526 North Plandome Rd., Manhasset, presents this family workshop from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Description: “What exactly is electricity, and how does it work? Learn the ins-and-outs of this mysterious force in our brand-new, electrifying workshop! Build circuits, make light-up crafts, and harness the power of the Van de Graff generator. Guaranteed to be a shockingly good time.” Cost is $20 for non-members, $15 for members. Children under 7 years old must be accompanied by an adult. Masks are required inside the Science Museum. Information and registration at www.smli.org.
Long Island Cares: Will Sing For Food
Starting at 5:30 p.m. at Mulcahy’s Pub & Concert Hall, 3232 Railroad Ave., Wantagh. Description: “Long Island Cares presents The Winter Music Festival Charity concert to help Feed the hungry. Performance by Will Sing for Food. One hundred percent of the proceeds donated to Long Island Cares. VIP seating available. General admission seating is first come, first served.” Admission starts at $25. More information at https://muls.com/event/will-sing-for-food.
Bethpage State Park Hike
Hosted by Long Island Greenbelt Hikes. Starts at 9 a.m. A flat and fast-paced 7-mile course. To register call Tammy at 631-896-1409 between 6 and 9 p.m. Description: “This will be a nice brisk walk in the woods. We’ll start from the Bethpage State Park picnic area parking lot and head north on the Nassau-Suffolk Greenbelt Trail to the Northern State and back. Bring water and trail snacks. Heavy rain or snow cancels, light rain or snow does not; call morning of hike if unsure.” Directions: NY-135 exit 8, Powell Ave. Head east and make a quick left into the park towards the picnic area and polo field. Follow the road past the toll booth should be closed in winter) and head left into the picnic area parking lot. Meet in the northwest corner of the lot.
Tuesday, January 11
2G Tuesday: Debbie Cohn
The Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center hosts the second in a series of feature presentations by the children of Holocaust Survivors (called 2Gs). From 6 to 7:30 p.m., Debbie Cohn will present the story of her mother, Ilse Loeb (neé Morgenstern). Ilse grew up in Vienna, but in the wake of “Kristallnacht,” at the age of 13, her parents sent her to the Netherlands for safety. Ilse was later forced into hiding, moving to various locations to keep ahead of the Nazis. While she survived the war, she never saw her parents again. Get link at www.hmtcli.org.
Each month from September through May, the South Shore Audubon Society presents a nature-themed program. All are invited to attend; and there is absolutely no charge. At 7:30 p.m., speaker Ryan MacLean will speak on “Magnificent Raptors & Their Highways in the Sky.” MacLean is the Bird Education Specialist of the Greenwich Audubon Center, currently the oldest nature education center of the National Audubon Society. At the center’s 300-acre preserve Ryan conducts a wide array of bird related programs such as bird tours, bird identification workshops, school programs, summer camps and virtual webinars. Ryan also oversees many of the center’s public opportunities for the public to engage in Community Science bird research such as the Quaker Ridge Hawk Watch, Project FeederWatch and Summer + Christmas Bird Counts. As a professional hawk watcher he served as official counter for six seasons at Quaker Ridge Hawk Watch and also counted hawks at Braddock Bay Raptor Research in Rochester NY. For more information on the Greenwich Audubon Center and its birding offerings visit greenwich.audubon.org. Visit https://www.ssaudubon.org for Zoom link
Wednesday, January 12
The Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center presents, from 11 a.m. to noon, Curator’s Corner: Photographs from the Liberation of Auschwitz. Description: “As we approach International Holocaust Remembrance Day, later in January, HMTC’s museum and programming director, Dr. Thorin Tritter, will talk about two photographs in our galleries taken at Auschwitz shortly after liberation by the Red Army on January 27, 1945. He will talk about the images and the events that led to the liberation of the Nazi’s most notorious camp.” Get link at www.hmtcli.org.
Hempstead Lake State Park Bird Walk
North Shore Audubon Society Wednesday leaderless walk from 9:30 a.m. to noon at Hempstead Lake State Park, Eagle Ave, West Hempstead.
Thursday, January 13
Movie and TV Trivia
Hosted virtually at 7 p.m. by the Whaling Museum and Education Center, 301 Main St., Cold Spring Harbor. Descriptions: “Comedy, sci-fi, westerns, musicals—we’ll ask it all. Put your film knowledge to the test, or just enjoy a fun night with entertaining clips, music, and images from various genres in cinema and television. Follow us on social media for dropped hints in advance.” Free to play; $10 donation appreciated. Register at https://www.cshwhalingmuseum.org/events.html.
Long Island Freemasons
The Huntington Historical Society presents a “Lunch and Learn” at noon with Ron Seifried, author of LI Freemasons. Description: “The first Masonic lodge in what is today Nassau and Suffolk Counties was constituted in 1793. For over 200 years, more than 70 lodges were founded and flourished in various locations from Amagansett to Great Neck. For the first time, some of the secrets of the Masonic fraternity are revealed in this book. Recovered from dusty lodge attics and closets, this selection of long-forgotten photographs and artifacts gives the readers a brief glimpse of what was taking place behind the closed doors of their local lodge. Long Island was the Masonic home of Theodore Roosevelt of Oyster Bay and, 30 years later, was honored by a visit to the Huntington Masonic lodge by his fifth cousin and fellow Mason Franklin D. Roosevelt. Masons continue to support the community through charitable endeavors, including the Masonic Medical Research Institute, Masonic Safety Identification Programs, Shriners Hospitals, and many more.” Presentation will last 45 minutes with time for commentary and Q&A from participants. Suggested donation is $10. Your donations will help continue to preserve and share the history of Huntington. Register at www.huntingtonhistoricalsociety.org.
Best of the Eagles
At 8 p.m. at the at the Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. Description: “Best of the Eagles are at the top of the tier for Eagles tribute bands, performing the legendary band’s greatest hits. What makes this tribute unique from other bands is that each member performs and sings the songs just as the original member does. That means that our ‘Joe Walsh,’ sings the Joe Walsh Songs, our ‘Glen Frey’ sings the Glen Fry songs, etc. It is the most authentic recreation next to seeing the Eagles live.” Standard tickets $19.50 to $39.50. COVID-19 protocols apply. Visit www.paramountny.com or call 631-673-7300.
Friday, January 14
At the Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington, at 8 p.m. “Fill Them Boots Tour” with special guests Lily Rose and Ernest. Description: “Lane’s star continues to rise with 1.2 billion on-demand streams and three No. 1 hits—platinum ‘Fix,’ 2X platinum ‘I Don’t Know About You,’ and platinum-certified ‘Big, Big Plans.’ ” COVID-19 protocols apply. Tickets start at $35. Visit www.paramountny.com or call 631-673-7300.
Saturday/Sunday, January 15/16
New York Bridal & Wedding Expo
From noon to 5 p.m. at Nassau Live Center, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, 1255 Hempstead Tpke., Uniondale. Visit https://nassaulivecenter.com.
Sunday, January 16
Massapequa Preserve Bird Walk
Hosted by the South Shore Audubon Society. Walk starts at 9 a.m. and there is no walk if it rains or snows or temperature is below 25°F. Registration is required by calling Joe Landesberg at 516-467-9498. Limited to 12 participants. Masks are also required. Directions: From Sunrise Highway, turn north onto Broadway, Massapequa. Travel under the Long Island Rail Road overpass, then make the first right onto Veterans Boulevard (headed east). Go past the Massapequa train station and into the parking lot at the east end of the station. The preserve is directly east of the parking lot.
A Code Breaker and A Spy
From 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., the Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center of Nassau County presents “Elizebeth Smith Friedman: Code Breaker and Spy Hunter, a presentation by Amy Butler Greenfield, author of The Woman All Spies Fear.” Description: “Join HMTC for a presentation by the award-winning author and historian Amy Butler Greenfield about her newest book, The Woman All Spies Fear. She will speak about the inspiring true story of Elizebeth Smith Friedman, an American woman who was one of the top US codebreakers during World War II.” Get link at www.hmtcli.org.
Cold Spring Harbor Hills and Loop
Long Island Greenbelt Hikes hosts this 9 a.m. hike of 4.8 miles. The pace is moderate and the course is hilly. To register call Tammy at 631-896-1409 between 6 and 9 p.m. Description: “One of the best hikes on Long Island. This section of the Nassau-Suffolk Greenbelt Trail has some nice hills to make sure we get a great workout. We’ll head to Rte 108 taking the Uplands West Loop, which adds about one-half mile to the trip, then return using the more direct route. The winter views of the harbor along the way are gorgeous. Bring water and trail snacks. A hiking pole is recommended. Heavy rain or snow cancels, light rain or snow does not; call morning of hike if unsure.” Meet at the Nassau-Suffolk Greenbelt Trailhead on Harbor Rd. (NY 25A) in Cold Spring Harbor, in the unpaved parking lot adjacent to the Cold Spring Harbor Library.
A Bug’s Night
The NYC Winter Lantern Festival’s first visually immersive experience is located at Nassau County Museum of Art, One Museum Drive, Roslyn. Daily from 5 to 10 p.m. through Jan. 9. Description: “Drive-through event will dazzle your friends and family as you roll through over acres of vivid lanterns and holiday lights. This luminescent experience will be an unforgettable display of festive holiday lights, and handmade lanterns in the shape of flowers, bugs, animals, and more. All ages are welcome so fit as many friends and family as you can into your car as tickets are priced per vehicle.” Prices from $34.99 to $59.99 per vehicle. Visit www.nycwinterlanternfestival.com.
Songs Without Words: The Art of Music
Through March 6 at the Nassau County Museum of Art, One Museum Dr., Roslyn. Description: “The never-ending dance of art and music crosses cultures and millennia. This comprehensive survey is symphonic in range. It includes not only masterpieces of art but instruments as well (such as Stradivarius violins, vintage guitars from rock legends, as well as percussion and string and woodwind instruments from all along the Silk Road) with a gallery of sculpture that can be played as instruments, including a walk-in gamelan. With such favorite artists as Degas, Vuillard, Gris, Bearden and Matisse, we add the contemporary artists for whom music is a constant source of inspiration, such Jasper Johns, Robert Wilson (a portrait of Lady Gaga), Idris Khan, Joan Snyder and many others. Just to make it fun, vintage photography and memorabilia showcasing rock, jazz and Broadway will join musical scores and manuscripts inscribed by the hands of the great performers and composers, such as Joni Mitchell, Bela Bartok, Jimmy Webb, just to name a few. Get tickets at www.nassaumuseum.org or call 516-484-9338.
Through January 31 at the Whaling Museum and Education Center, 301 Main St., Cold Spring Harbor. During gallery hours from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Description: “Calling brave explorers! Hunt for star constellations around the museum with a spyglass to navigate your journey, just like mariners at sea. Solve puzzles to find your reward—a glittery star lantern you can decorate in our workshop to light your way home.” For ages 5-plus. Admission plus $10 per participant; members $5 per participant. Visit https://www.cshwhalingmuseum.org/events.htm. Call 631-367-3418.
At the Smithtown Performing Arts Center, 2 East Main St., Smithtown. Through Jan. 17. Description:”A story of true love and acceptance between sisters, Frozen JR. expands upon the emotional relationship and journey between Princesses Anna and Elsa. When faced with danger, the two discover their hidden potential and the powerful bond of sisterhood. With a cast of beloved characters and loaded with magic, adventure, and plenty of humor, Frozen Jr. is sure to thaw even the coldest heart.” Visit www.smithtownpac.org or call 631-724-3700
Self-Serve Family Crafts
Through Jan. 31 at the Whaling Museum and Education Center, 301 Main St., Cold Spring Harbor. Enjoy seasonal, self-serve crafts in the workshop. Free with admission ($6 adults, $5 kids/seniors). Members free. Visit https://www.cshwhalingmuseum.org/events.htm. Call 631-367-3418.
Coe Hall: Designing Nature Inside and Out
Offered Wednesdays through Sundays, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. through Jan. 31 at Planting Fields Arboretum, 1395 Planting Fields Rd., Oyster Bay. Description: “Travel back to the 1920s and explore the Gold Coast estate of English immigrant and American heiress W.R. and Mai Coe and their family to learn about their lives, their staff, and the artists and architects who designed this historic home and surrounding landscape.” Tour is 60 minutes. Visit select rooms on the main and second floors as well as the Cloister Garden. Admission is $10/adults, $9/Seniors 62-plus, $5/youth 11-17, free for members and kids 10-and-under. Visit https://plantingfields.org/happenings.
Old Westbury Gardens, 71 Old Westbury Rd., Old Westbury. will present Shimmering Solstice, what it bills as “Long Island’s first ever light show, an unforgettable walk through event of seasonal sights and sounds. Be prepared to be enchanted by magical light displays that are set along Old Westbury Garden’s iconic garden paths, allowing visitors to experience what has become familiar to them every day in a whole new shimmering light. Children of all ages will also have a great time exploring the interactive areas designed to engage their curiosity and sense of fun and have them buzzing with excitement. Witness a dramatic finale on the South façade of Westbury House that will feature a dazzling display of light, color and sound. Catholic Health, a leader in health and human services on Long Island, is the presenting sponsor.” It will run on select dates through Jan. 9. Visit shimmeringsolstice.com for tickets and more information.
Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery
From Jan. 8 to Feb. 5 at Theatre Three, 412 Main St, Port Jefferson. Description: “The play is afoot! Comedic genius Ken Ludwig (“Len Me a Tenor,” “Moon Over Buffalo”) transforms Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic “The Hound of the Baskervilles” into a murderously funny adventure. Sherlock Holmes is on the case. The Baskerville heirs have been dispatched one by one and, to find their ingenious killer, Holmes and Watson must brave the desolate moors before a family curse dooms its newest descendant. Watch as our intrepid investigators try to escape a dizzying web of clues, silly accents, disguises, and deceit as five actors deftly portray more than forty characters. Does a wild hellhound prowl the moors of Devonshire? Can our heroes discover the truth in time? Join the fun and see how far from elementary the truth can be.” Tickets and show times at https://theatrethree.com. Call 631-928-9100.
Magic of Lights 2021
Through Jan. 2 at Jones Beach State Park, 150 Bay Parkway. Hours are Sunday through Thursday from dusk to 10 p.m. and Friday through Saturday from dusk to 11 p.m. Take the Wantagh Parkway South to the park. and follow the signs to Bay Parkway West and the Magic of Lights signs will direct you straight to the light show. Description: “Magic of Lights is a dazzling, drive-through holiday lights experience featuring favorite holiday scenes and characters of the season using the latest LED technology and digital animations. Experience Magic of Lights from the comfort and safety of your own car as you wind through the sparkling path of Long Island’s favorite holiday tradition. One carload, one price.” Tickets and more information at https://magicoflights.com/events/jonesbeach.
All Aboard: Trolleys and Trains on the North Shore
Through January 2022 at the North Shore Historical Museum, 140 Glen St., Glen Cove. Description: “An overview of the impact of rail transportation on the North Shore of Long Island. The exhibit will explore the contribution of rail systems to social, economic, and environmental development. This show will focus on the 10 train stations of the Oyster Bay Line of the Long Island Railroad and the four stations that also had trolley lines.” Call 516-801-1191 or visit https://northshorehistoricalmuseum.org.
Disney On Ice
The perennial favorite returns to the UBS Arena, 2400 Hempstead Tpke., Elmont, from Jan. 5 to Jan. 9. Show times at 7 p.m. on Jan. 5 and 6; 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Jan. 7; 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Jan. 8 and 9. Tickets start at $15. Visit www.ubsarena.com/events.
The New York Blood Center will hold drives at the following times and places.
Sunday, January 2: Portuguese Lions Club Mineola Community Center Rec Room, 155 Washington Ave., Mineola, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Thursday, January 6: First Presbyterian Church-Oyster Bay Fellowship Hall, 60 E. Main St.,Oyster Bay, from 2 to 8 p.m.
Saturday, January 8: Broadway Mall Rotunda, 358b Broadway Mall, Hicksville, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, January 9: Church of Saint Aidan Msgr. Kirwin Hall, 525 Willis Ave., Williston Park, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Sunday, January 9: St. Ignatius Loyola Church Gym, 30 East Cherry St., Hicksville, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Sunday, January 9: Our Lady of Mercy Church Cafeteria, 500 S. Oyster Bay Rd., Hicksville, from 8:15 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.
Monday, January 10: Young Israel Of West Hempstead Basement, 630 Hempstead Ave., West Hempstead, from 3 to 9 p.m.
Tuesday, January 11: Nassau County Police Unions, Nassau County Police Headquarters Assembly Hall, 1490 Franklin Ave., Mineola, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Tuesday, January 11: Garden City Public Library Community Room, 60 Seventh St., Garden City, from 1 to 7 p.m.
Tuesday, January 11: Woodbury Jewish Center Kiddush Room, 200 Southwoods Rd. Woodbury, from 3 to 9 p.m.
Thursday, January 13: Nassau Community College Multi Purpose Room, One Education Drive, Garden City, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, January 16: Khalsa Aid USA Classroom, 11 South Broadway, Hicksville, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Appointments preferred. Donors will have their temperatures checked and must wear a face mask or covering. Other health conditions apply. Visit donate.nybc.org to sign up and for more information.