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Sep
25
Wed
2019
Back to Berlin @ Great Neck Squire Cinemas
Sep 25 @ 7:30 pm
Back to Berlin @ Great Neck Squire Cinemas

 

An epic journey that marries biker-flick and Holocaust documentary. In 2015, the European Maccabi Games (aka the Jewish Olympics) were held at the site of Hitler’s infamous 1936 Berlin Olympics for the first time since WWII. Back to Berlin follows 11 Israeli motor-bikers carrying the Maccabi torch from Tel Aviv to Berlin, retracing the tracks of the original 1930s Maccabiah riders who traveled to all corners of Europe to seek out athletes to compete in the first Maccabiah Games. The Back to Berlin cameras follow the motor-bikers along their moving and inspirational journey as they cross nine European countries and 4,500km over twenty-four days. En route, each country holds a chilling resonance for the group which includes Holocaust survivors, descendants of survivors and the grandson of a 1930’s Maccabiah Rider.

Q&A following the film with Director Catherine Lurie-Alt

Director: Catherine Lurie-Alt
Running Time: 75 minutes
Country: Bulgaria/Czech Republic/Germany/Greece/Hungary/Israel/Poland/Romania/Slovakia, 2018
Language: English/Hebrew/Hungarian/Romanian/Polish with English subtitles

 

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Oct
1
Tue
2019
Making Memories with Music!
Oct 1 @ 11:30 am
Making Memories with Music!

Our Making Memories with Music events will allow participants with opportunities to sing, clap and laugh along with our specially trained musicians. This stroll down Memory Lane will engage everyone in attendance. The music will be accompanied by brief introductions that will put the songs into historical context, highlighting the social significance of folk music in America from the 1940s to the ‘70s and its role in helping to change our society.

FREE! RSVP is required, please call the Arts Center at 516-829-2570 to reserve your spots!

*Guests are encouraged to bring their lunch, light refreshments will be provided*

Oct
23
Wed
2019
TINA: The Tina Turner Musical @ Lunt-Fontanne Theatre
Oct 23 @ 8:00 pm

A smash in London and coming to New York!

TICKETS:
Orchestra Seats – $155 plus $5 processing fee per ticket
Premium Seats – $290 plus $5 processing fee per ticket

One of the world’s best-selling artists of all time, Tina Turner has won 12 Grammy Awards and her live shows have been seen by millions, with more concert tickets sold than any other solo performer in music history.

 A jukebox musical of the story of Tina Turner, her rise to stardom while facing the odds of age, gender and race, and a malevolent husband filled with violence and rage. The show is a three way split of hard knock stories, broad life brushstrokes and then finishes off with some pivotal turning points that would make Malcolm Gladwell proud.

Call the Arts Center at 516-829-2570 to get your tickets now!

Oct
26
Sat
2019
50+ Comedy Tour @ Gold Coast Arts Center
Oct 26 @ 8:00 pm

The 50+ Comedy Tour returns to the Gold Coast Arts Center with an ALL NEW line-up of top comedians ALL over the age of 50!

For advance tickets, call 516-829-2570 or click below to purchase online.
General Admission for ALL

Start time: 8:00pm | Doors open: 7:30pm

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Nov
12
Tue
2019
Making Memories with Music!
Nov 12 @ 11:30 am
Making Memories with Music!

Our Making Memories with Music events will allow participants with opportunities to sing, clap and laugh along with our specially trained musicians. This stroll down Memory Lane will engage everyone in attendance. The music will be accompanied by brief introductions that will put the songs into historical context, highlighting the social significance of folk music in America from the 1940s to the ‘70s and its role in helping to change our society.

FREE! RSVP is required, please call the Arts Center at 516-829-2570 to reserve your spots!

*Guests are encouraged to bring their lunch, light refreshments will be provided*

Dec
10
Tue
2019
Making Memories with Music!
Dec 10 @ 11:30 am
Making Memories with Music!

Our Making Memories with Music events will allow participants with opportunities to sing, clap and laugh along with our specially trained musicians. This stroll down Memory Lane will engage everyone in attendance. The music will be accompanied by brief introductions that will put the songs into historical context, highlighting the social significance of folk music in America from the 1940s to the ‘70s and its role in helping to change our society.

FREE! RSVP is required, please call the Arts Center at 516-829-2570 to reserve your spots!

*Guests are encouraged to bring their lunch, light refreshments will be provided*