Rockville Centre News and Events, Week of Oct. 11
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Register in the Children’s Room for this Art Class series for children in grades 3-5.
Evening Yoga with Mary Clare
Traditional yoga instruction. $25 for six session, non-refundable fee! Register at the Adult Reference Desk!
The following art will be featured throughout the month of October:
Archival Photos: Old School in RVC
Upper Concourse Gallery
Be sure to take a look at this collection of photographs featuring school buildings of yesteryear, including the very first high school on the south shore of Long Island (hint: You might recognize it as our current Village Hall!).
Jewelry Design by Ellen Grossman Display Cases
When creating her one-of-a-kind pieces. Grossman selects gem stones and beads at numerous shows across the country crafted by the finest artisans in the field. Grossman, a resident of Rockville Centre has been a working artist and jewelry designer for more than 30 years. She has appeared in numerous juried art and jewelry shows, where her designs have won awards.
Halloween: Home and Away Photographs by Ellery Samuels
Lower Concourse Gallery
The photography of Ellery Samuels will be on display on the Lower Concourse in October. Samuels, a Rockville Centre resident of more than 20 years, has been shooting images since he received his first camera, a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye, at the age of five! A New York City special education teacher for thirty-seven years, he has also taught photography to student in the New York City Public Schools. He has exhibited in group and individual shows across Long Island. The exhibit features black and white images of Halloween decorations taken in Rockville Centre and of Day of the Dead decorations in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
Helen Kraus Community Room Gallery and Small Community Room Gallery
Through Oct. 18
What Could Have Been
RVC Youth Council’s Substance Abuse Awareness Campaign
Students and community members came together to create mannequins dedicated to the memory of talented artists, writers and performers whose lives ended too soon due to substance abuse. The result was this
creative tribute and awareness
Oct. 20 - Nov. 3
Village Art Club Annual Fall Show