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Bayport-Blue Point Gazette . . . em ail us at t o m reid1 1 @yahoo.com 10 L IBRARY Classic cello, piano music Sunday, September 24, 2pm Annette Perry, cellist, and Vytas Baksys, pianist, have previously de- lighted our library audience. Their program will include works by Ravel, Debussy, Kabalevsky and Prokofiev. Annette has appeared in chamber music, orchestra, and solo recitals throughout the northeast. This year she was named “ Woman of the Year in Performing Arts ” by Brookhaven Town Depart- ment of Women ’ s Services. She has appeared live on the TV program “ Live with Regis & Kathie Lee ” . She has cello students of all ages. Vytas is faculty pianist with the Fellowship Conducting Program at Tanglewood and at the Yale School of Music. Also, he is keyboardist with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Boston Pops. JazzAlive Sunday, October 15, 2pm JazzAlive is a North Fork based chorus. They sing popular tunes of the 40s and 50s in four part harmony. One participant plays the harmonica. The group recently appeared in Sayville as entertainment on the annual house tour of the Sayville Garden Club. Crystal Earrings with Jillery Monday, September 25, 6:30pm For those of you who made a Swarovski bracelet earlier this year or just would like to make crystal earrings, register now. A materials fee of $20 is due at in-person registration. Ornamental Birds Mondays, October 16, 23, 30, November 6, 6-8:30pm These folk art birds are hand-carved by you, and may be used as decorations for country d é cor or as Christmas tree ornaments. A materials fee of $24 is due at in-person registration. Please note: If you took the previous folk art carving workshop, your materials ’ fee will be $9. “ Get Active @ Your Library ” Teen Read Week Sunday, October 15-Saturday, October 21, 2006 The theme this year is to encourage teens to get involved, use the resources and lead an active life at the library! This week we have three separate teen programs that you can join. Every month we have the Youth Advisory Council, this is the best way to have your voice heard and get involved with your library. We also offer volunteer opportunities. Stop by and check out all the ways you can “ Get Active @ Your Library ” . Young Adult Teen Read Week Party “ Get Active @ Your Library ” Tuesday, October 17, 3-4:30pm Join us as we play games, discuss the books we ’ re reading and celebrate Teen Read Week! Every participant will receive a gift pack. Please register for this program. Cigar Cigars Enter to Win Bohemian Revolution 25 Cigars Ammo Box Humidor Name Drawing on November 1, 2006 Phone # Free Raffle - No Purchase Necessary Grand Opening Special Buy 5 Get 1 FREE Your source for Domestic & Dominican Direct Premium Hand Rolled Cigars Cigar Cigars visit our other store at: 147A Montauk Hwy., Lindenhurst 631-225-3030 Comfortable Lounge Private Cigar Parties Wedding, Special Occasion, Holiday Cigar Gift Packages Available 203 Railroad Avenue, Sayville 631-750-9000 9-9 Mon., Tues., & Fri. 11-9 Wed. & Thurs 10-10 Sat. & Sun. Open 7 Days Long Island Composers Association Sunday, October 29, 2pm “ Diversion for a Sunday Afternoon ” will feature chamber music works by Long Island composers. The works to be heard are by Matthew Baier, Daniel Dorff, Jay Anthony Gach, Frank Retzel, Peter Winkler and Ken Henkel. The performers are Dorothea Cook, violin, Pavel Vinnitsky, clarinet, Anna Vinnitsky, piano, and Steve Paysen, percussion.

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