The classic family comedy The Sandlot will be shown at the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum’s drive-in movie theater on Friday, July 31, and Saturday, August 1.
Please plan to arrive at 8:00 pm as the movie will begin at 8:30 pm. Admission is $40 per carload, $34 for Members. Tickets are available online. Reserve tickets early.
Purchase tickets HERE.
Mr. Softee and his ice cream truck will stop by.
Walk the Vanderbilt estate and gardens. A museum educator will discuss architectural details and William Vanderbilt’s passion for travel, marine biology, and car racing.
Ornithologist James MacDougall will present ‘Bird Talks’ at the Vanderbilt. His subjects all nest on the Vanderbilt Estate and have fascinating stories.
Join ornithologist James MacDougall of the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Refuge Center in Hampton Bays, N.Y., will present “Owl Prowl,” the third of his Bird Talks at 8:30 pm. Meet at 8:00 pm the Eagles at the Vanderbilt front gate. Bring flashlights and wear comfortable shoes.
Members free. Non-members $6.00. Non-members must register through ticket link below:Purchase Tickets
Few people get the opportunity to see these mysterious creatures outside of zoos. MacDougall will discuss owls that live on and visit Long Island. He will examine their adaptation to their environment and how humans can help them survive. Afterward, he will lead a brief walk to hear and possibly see the owls that live on the Vanderbilt Estate.