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17
Nov

‘Bright Lights,’ Childhood Visual Culture, Chamber Music Concert

‘Bright Lights: Celebrate the Season’ Opens November 26 The Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum will open its third annual holiday event, Bright Lights: Celebrate the Season, on Saturday, November 26, from 5:00 to 8:00 pm. Bright Lights will be open at the same time on Sunday, November 27, and on Saturday and Sunday, December 3-18. Thousands...
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10
Nov

Veterans Weekend, ‘Bright Lights’ Holiday Event, Owl Prowl with Biologist

‘Bright Lights: Celebrate the Season’ Opens November 26 The Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum will open its third annual holiday event, Bright Lights: Celebrate the Season, on Saturday, November 26, from 5:00 to 8:00 pm. Bright Lights will be open at the same time on Saturday and Sunday, December 3-18, and on Thursday, December 22. Thousands...
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Bright Lights: Celebrate the Season. Nov 26 - Dec 23.
03
Nov

‘Bright Lights’ Holiday Event, ‘Crying the News,’ Live Pink Floyd Tribute

‘Bright Lights: Celebrate the Season’ Opens November 26 The Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum will open its third annual holiday event, Bright Lights: Celebrate the Season, on Saturday, November 26, from 5:00 to 8:00 pm. Bright Lights will be open at the same time on Saturday and Sunday, December 3-18, and on Thursday, December 22. Thousands...
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27
Oct

Live Pink Floyd Music, Carnivorous Plants, First Responders Invited as Guests

Progressive-Era Comics: Childhood Visual Culture On Thursday, December 8, the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum will host Lara Saguisag, a heralded comics and children’s literature scholar from New York University, for an evening lecture on the visual culture of childhood at the turn of the century. The lecture will take place at 7:00 pm in the...
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20
Oct

Nuclear Leak Book-Lecture, Carnivorous Plants, Owl Prowl, ‘Crying the News’

Lecture and Book Launch: ‘The Leak’ Robert P. Crease Examines Scientific Trust and Political Fallout The Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum will host Robert P. Crease, author and philosopher of science, for an evening lecture on public trust in scientific institutions on Thursday, October 27. Crease’s lecture will serve as a book launch for his latest...
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