Five Fun Events On Long Island September 3-9

Happy Labor Day! Let’s make this a week-long party. Check out these events happening in your area!

1

On Labor Day, Sept. 3, it’s your final chance to attendLong Island’s Largest Italian Feast—The 47th Great Feast of Mother Cabrini.

Celebrate the work of Mother Cabrini, the patron saint of immigrants. Plus this is the only time all year that every one of Newton Show’s thrill rides are in one location. Don’t miss it!

2

On Sept. 8, The Argyle Theatre proudly presents the 50+ Comedy Tour. This is the comedy show 50 years in the making. Featuring a full line-up of top comedians with one thing in common… they’re all over the age of 50!

3

On Sept. 9, The Paramount brings the cool comedy of Norm McDonald. For years Norm cracked up audiences in Saturday Night Live, films and television, and is sure to be hilarious in Huntington.

4

Ozzy Osbourne’s promise have “no more tours” went so well, he’s doing it again.

On Sept. 8, he’s back at Jones Beach with “No More Tours 2: Celebrating 5 decades of the Prince of Darkness.”

5

As summer comes to a close, so does the baseball season for the Long Island Ducks. This is your last week to catch home games. So grab the kids and waddle over the Bethpage Ballpark.

Plan your week with Jenny Shep and check out more events at MyLITV.com/events.

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