Happy Wednesday Half Hollow Hills! Here's a rundown of what's happening today in the area and what you need to know.
After a gorgeous summer day Tuesday, rain is in the forecast for next several days. Keep those umbrellas handy.
The Dix Hills branch of the library is showing a free movie at 2 p.m. The Academy Award-winning "Life of Pi" is rated PG.
Long Island Dance Consortium’s second evening at the Huntington Summer Arts Festival brings you Long Island Ballet Theatre, under the direction of Christopher Fleming, former Principal dancer with the New York City Ballet and founder of BalletFleming, presenting several outstanding, emotive and creative dances and American Dance Theatre of Long Island, with its large company of well-trained beautiful dancers under the direction of Kathleen Kairns-Scholz, formally of the Richmond Ballet, performing an exquisite repertoire of innovative and exciting pieces. Show starts at 8:30 p.m. on the Chapin Rainbow Stage in Heckscher Park.
The Perseid meteor shower is already underway and will continue through Aug. 24. The peak viewing will be Aug. 11-12. Stargazers could see upward of 60 meteorites flash before them per hour. Learn more here.
A new Target store in the area is set to hire about 300 workers. Read more about it on Patch later this morning. eature Films HHHCL DixDescription:Date:Wednesday - August 7 2013Time:2:00 PM - 4:15 PMLocation:Dx-Meeting Room BProgram Type:AdultPublic Note:Life of Pi (2012) Rated PG. 129 min.