Thursday, Jul 27, 2017 • Mid-Summer Night Dances at the Vanderbilt Museum • Vanderbilt
Thursday Nights 6:00pm - 9:30pm
Admission: $22 online, $30 at the door
Dance Lesson Each Week!
Bring Your Own Food And Drinks!
*visit VanderbiltMuseum.org for advance purchase*
6/29: Bachata by Alfred Peña of Rhythmology w/ Special Performance by Rhythmology Kids
7/6 : West Coast Swing by Ellen McCreery
7/13: Foxtrot by Antz Joseph w/ Special Performance by Long Island Swing Syndicate
7/20: Merengue by Charlie Wood of Ballroom of Huntington
7/27: Rumba by Patti Panebianco w/ Special Performance by Patti Panebianco’s Dance Kidz
8/17: East Coast Swing by Ed and Maria of SDLI
8/24: Hustle by Donna DeSimone
8/31: Salsa by Alfred Peña of Rhythmology
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Vanderbilt Museum, 180 Little Neck Road, Centerport, NY 11721
Band: DJ Music
Music will be provided by DJ.
Image CC2.0-A: tatsuhico / Flickr
Venue: Vanderbilt Museum
Address: 180 Little Neck Road, Centerport, New York 11721
Phone: (631) 854-5579
From the LIE Exit 51, The Northern State Parkway Exit 42N, and The Southern State Parkway Exit 39N:
Drive North on Deer Park Avenue, bear left at the fork (at traffic light), onto Park Avenue. At 4th light, make a right turn onto Broadway, continue for 4-5 miles until you reach Route 25A East. Cross 25A (to left of Centerport Automotive), and you are on Little Neck Road. The Vanderbilt Museum is 1.5 miles on the right.
From the South Shore:
Take the Sagtikos Pakway North to the Sunken Meadow Parkway north. Take the last exit, 25A West. Travel about 8 miles and make a right at the Centerport Automotive in Centerport, onto Little Neck Road. We are 1.5 miles on the right.
From Route 110 or 25A West:
Travel north on 110 to Huntington Village. Make a right turn onto 25A/Main Street. Travel about 4 miles to Centerport, at the flashing yellow light, bear left onto Park Circle, then turn left onto Little Neck Road. We are 1.5 miles on the right.
Organizer: Vanderbilt Museum (Vanderbilt)
The spectacular Spanish-Revival mansion and museum of William K. Vanderbilt II in Centeport, New York, is one of the few remaining estates on the legendary North Shore of Long Island. The mansion, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a time machine to a rare and privilged way of life along Long Island’s Gold Coast, once held the largest concentration of wealth and power in the United States.
Now the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum and Planetarium, the 43-acre estate is a popular historic, cultural and scientific destination for regional visitors. The newly renovated, state-of-the-art Planetarium–with an advanced Konica Minolta projection system, full-dome video ad surround-sound offers visitors a thrilled immersive experience that takes them to the outer reaches of the Solar System.
The Vanderbilt includes a Marine Museum, wild-animal habitats and dioramas, and galleries with collections galleries of natural-history specimens and ethnographic aritfacts from Africa, Asia and the South Pacific.