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Get Out! Northport's Weekend Planner for March 25-27

Literature, Earthquake/ Tsunami Victim Benefit and Women's History. Choose from an array of weekend events.

It’s Friday and you’ve got no idea what you’ll do for the weekend.

Patch is coming to the rescue. We’ve got the best bets for your
'done-work-outta-here time.'

Check our picks for the activities to hit and new bars/restaurants/shops to explore.


Where/When: ; Friday, 7:30 pm.
Why Go: Join members of the and other local poets/lovers of poetry to enjoy works from featured poet, Kempton Boone van Hoff, and share your work in an open reading.
Pricing: Free.


Where/When: ; Friday, Saturday and sunday, 9 am-9 pm.
Why Go: Be a part of “Long Island Reads” Sag Harbor by award-winning author Colson Whitehead. Pick up your copy of the book at the Northport Library Circulation Desk and start reading this weekend.
Pricing: Free to library cardholders.


Where/When: , , , East Northport IGA, . Beginning on Saturday.
Why Go: Donate your used cell phones, pdas, or Blackberrys to raise money for victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Collection bins will be available at each of the locations listed above.
Pricing: Your generous donation.


Where/When: , Sunday, 2 pm-6 pm.
Why Go: Enjoy an afternoon of wine tasting & music with performances by members of the Northport-East Northport Community Theater.
Pricing: All proceeds go to support the Northport Community Theater.


Where/When: ; Sunday, 2 pm-4 pm.
Why Go: In celebration of Women’s History Month, the Northport Historical Society and Professor Natalie Naylor present “Women in Long Island History”. The program will talk about women and their roles in the development of Long Island, followed by a question and answer session.
Pricing: $5 (suggested donation).

And still you want more? Check out our events listings and our family-friendly refreshed every Wednesday.

We know you have your favorites that we missed. So share the goodness in our comment box below.

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