Landmark is proud to co-present theWORLD FESTIVALwith the PW Public Library on March 30. Fun, family-friendly activities include the Lion Dance, Family Cooking Classes, Louis Miranda music, Petri School of Dance and World Tae Kwon Do.
Women’s Film Series: Girl Rising – March 19
Wednesday, March 19 7:30pm
Girl Rising is a groundbreaking feature film about the strength of the human spirit and the power of education to transform societies. The film presents the remarkable stories of nine girls around the world, told by celebrated writers and voiced by renowned actors. After the film, there will be a discussion with Manizha Naderi, the Executive Director of Women for Afghan Women and Stacey Scarpone, Executive Director of Women’s Fund of Long Island. Landmark on Main Street is so proud to co-present this special evening with the Women’s Fund of Long Island.
Free admission thanks support from to the Angela & Scott Jaggar Foundation.
Reservations are suggested, however not required. Please contact the Box Office (516) 767.6444 or [email protected].
James Maddock & Willie Nile – March 21
Friday, March 21 8pm
Two incredible musicians who happen to be close friends join together for an even more incredible evening of intimate Roots Rock. Hosted by WFUV’s John Platt.
Congratulations to Willie Nile whose American Ride has been nominated by The Independent Music Awards as Rock Album of The Year.
Port Washington Public Library, Landmark on Main Street, NPR, the Long Island Music Hall of Fame and Marian McPartland’s family to come together to mark this occasion and celebrate her life. Jon Weber, pianist and new host of NPR’s Piano Jazz will perform and explain Marian’s style and her support for young talent. Clips from In Good Time, a film about Marian McPartland’s life will be shown by the filmmaker, Huey. The evening will also feature performances by young jazz performers. One young performer will receive a scholarship stipend from the Long Island Music Hall of Fame.