Museum exhibits on view until.m.
Feathers will fly when children of all ages are invited to create colorful, mixed-media birds to celebrate spring on the terrace of the Heckscher Museum.
Inkarayku members use large floor maps, theatrical costumes and props to transport youngsters to another time and place, giving them a one of kind educational experience.
Presented by the Huntington Arts Council, live performances will begin on the Chapin Rainbow Stage at noon.
She is noted for her voice, her creativity and the outstanding quality of her lyrics.Photo by Dan Woulfin.Enjoy the museums exhibitions Thaddeus Holownia: Walden Revisited, Earth Muse: Art and the Environment and The Art of Narrative: Timeless Tales and Visual Vignettes.Amy Siebert, of Shirley, takes in the tulips at last years festival.1 of 10, tulips are on display at the Tulip Festival in Huntington on Sunday, May.Inkarayku will perform on the Chapin Rainbow Stage at.m.Designed to encourage both Town residents and visitors to photograph elements of this annual community event and to enable the best of these images to be used in publicity to encourage participation in future Tulip Festivals, this contest is open to both amateur and professional.An annual event in Huntington village, the Tulip Festival is a free, family-oriented, floral festival featuring more than 20,000 tulips, hands-on childrens activity booths, family performances on the Chapin Rainbow Stage, art exhibitions, lectures demonstrations; refreshment sales booths.Orange Flame by Richard Dolce, last years first-place winner in the Tulip Festivals photography contest.
Award-winning work will be displayed near the Rainbow Chapin Stage.
Childrens Music with Mike Soloway.
Buckner entertains audiences of all ages with her voice, guitars, puppets and her knowledge of Sign Language for the Deaf.
At 2:15.m., the Shinnecock American Indian Dancers will lead the re-enactment of the childrens parade that followed the 1920 dedication of Heckscher Park.
Noon to 12:45.m.Paul Helou, an award-winning songwriter, actor and journalist, will be the final performer on the Chapin Rainbow Stage, at.m.The Shinnecock American Indian Dancers will take the stage at 1:30.m., with a 45-minute dance presentation that will include audience participation.The concert features a storytelling santa cruz gift certificates narrative, singing along games and group dancing.It will include a new Tulip Festival Hat Contest for children and adults.Docents will be in the galleries leading tours beginning at.m.Booth Application : Groups intending to sponsor a booth at the festival must complete and submit.