Don Rickles appears with Regis Philbin at NYCB Theatre at Westbury on Saturday.
Exhibits and more...
Across Time & Place: Treasures from the Permanent Collection
This rotating exhibition highlights a broad range of works by 19th and 20th century American and European artists from the Heckscher Museum’s Permanent Collection. Of particular interest is Étienne Berne-Bellecour’s monumental Embarkation Maneuver, 1882, which factually depicts the departure of a regiment of cuirassiers following the Franco-Prussian War. Heckscher Museum of Art, Main St. and Prime Ave., Huntington. (631) 351-3250 or www.heckscher.org.
Claudia Waters: The Figure in Motion
A solo exhibition of oil paintings, including 30 of Claudia Waters’ figurative seashore and pool paintings. Through July 12. Steinberg Museum of Art at Hillwood, LIU Post, Rte. 25A, Brookville. 299-4073 or www.liu.edu/museum.
The Lyon, the Which and the Warhol: The Sequel
This sequel to Hofstra Museum’s early spring exhibit highlights photography by artists Danny Lyons and Andy Warhol, focusing on themes of gender and identity. The exhibit also includes works by Diane Arbus, as well as those in other media by Oskar Kokoschka, Alfred Maurer, and Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi. Through Sept. 15. Hofstra University’s David Filderman Gallery, Joan and Donald E. Axinn Library, South Campus, Hempstead. 463-5672.
Mysteries of Bats
Tackapausha Museum and Preserve’s newly reopened exhibit features varied species of bats, including a live family of Egyptian Fruit Bats who fly and “hang out” in the museum’s nocturnal area. Other exhibits include displays about Long Island’s ecology and interactive activities. Tackapausha Museum and Preserve, Washington Ave. (between Merrick Rd. and Sunrise Hwy.), Seaford. 571-7443.
Using the Lessons of the Holocaust to Teach Tolerance
A contextualized history that explains the 1920s’ increase of intolerance, reduction of human rights, and lack of intervention that enabled the persecution and mass murder of millions of Jews and others. Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County, 100 Crescent Beach Rd., Glen Cove. 571-8040 ext. 100 or www.holocaust-nassau.org.
We Hold These Truths...
This exhibition celebrates the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation and examines slavery, the abolition movement and emancipation through artworks, artifacts and ephemera. Artists include Willie Cole, Daniel Chester French, Richard Hunt, William H. Johnson, Glenn Ligon, and Kara Walker. Through July 26. Hofstra University’s Emily Lowe Gallery, Emily Lowe Hall, South Campus, Hempstead. 463-5672 or www.hofstra.edu/museum.
See “Broken, City,” the crime thriller with Mark Wahlberg and Rusell Crowe, Friday, June 21, 2:30 p.m.; also the comedy “Identity Thief,” about a mild-mannered man and the woman who steals his identity, Tuesday, June 25, 2 p.m. Elmont Memorial Library Theatre, 700 Hempstead Tpke., Elmont. 354-5280.
At the Movies
View “Parental Guidance,” the family comedy about grandparents babysitting their Type A daughter’s overprotected kids, Friday, June 21, 1 p.m.Baldwin Public Library, 2385 Grand Ave., Baldwin. 223-6228.
Watch “Side Effects,” Steven Soderbergh’s psychological thriller, Friday, June 21, 2 p.m. Rockville Centre Public Library, 221 N. Village Ave., Rockville Centre. 766-6257.
See “Hitchcock,” the drama about the relationship between filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock and wife Alma Reville during the filming of Psycho in 1959, Wednesday, June 26, 2 p.m. Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library, 1125 Broadway, Hewlett. 374-1967.
Examine the legacy of Titian, at “Titian at the Quirinal Palace,” with Professor Thomas Germano, Thursday, June 27, 1 p.m. Peninsula Public Library, 280 Central Ave., Lawrence. 239-3262.
See “Moonrise Kingdom,” the romantic drama involving two 12 year-olds in a small New England town during the summer of 1965, Thursday, June 27, 2 p.m. Franklin Square Public Library, 19 Lincoln Rd., Franklin Square. 488-3444.