­čî▒Setauket Village Green + Reboli Centre Added Village Market

Greetings again friends! It’s me, Deborah Whitehead, host of the Three Villages Daily. Let’s start this Friday with a quick guide to the most important things happening in town. In today’s issue you’ll find news about these stories and more…

  • Caroline Anglican is throwing Craft and Carnival Fair!
  • The Reboli Center has created a new painting for it Permanent collection.
  • Theater Three is hosting a dinner and dance, fNo Raiser Wait!

But first, today’s weather:

Mostly sunny, windy and cool. High: 63, Low: 49.

Here are the four stories of Sancun today:

  1. Caroline Episcopal Church is hosting its annual Craft and Country Fair this weekend! Vendors, food, games and outdoor entertainment will take place at Setauket Village Green between Main Street and Dyke Road on Saturday, September 24 at 10am. (Sancun Chamber of Commerce)
  2. The Reboli Center will welcome a unique art collection. Joseph Reboli’s 1985 painting “Bellport Gate” has been admired at Setauket North Gallery since 2007. However, it will still be relocated to its new permanent home, Reboli Centre, by September. (TBR News Media)
  3. Theater Three is raising funds in honor of Jeffrey E. Sanzel, the theater’s executive artistic director. The event will take place at Danfords On The Sound on October 8 at 6:30pm and will include cocktail hour, three-course dinner and dancing. Tickets can be purchased here. (Theatre 3)
  4. September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicides among school-aged children are on the rise. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention aims to create a mental health program for Long Island schools. The suicide prevention hotline 988 or 988lifeline.org is available 24 hours a day. (Long Island News 12)

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Today in Mimura:

  • baby time – Emma Clark Memorial Library. (10 o’clock in the morning)
  • Jazz Loft’s annual “Harbour Jazz Festival”– Harry Allen Quartet. (7pm)
  • lion baby – Stony Brook University. (8pm)

From my notebook:

  • Kids will decorate baked apple cupcakes for the “Impostor” “Apple” community program at the Emma Clark Memorial Library on Saturday, September 24. Fun starts at 10:30am (Emma Clark Library)
  • Stony Brook Village is challenging everyone to build a scarecrow to win prizes! The fun contest is its 32nd annual time, offering $200 to the first-place winner. Fill out the printable registration form to participate. (Uploaded by Stone Creek Village)
  • Mimura Historical Society: “September photo dump. What a busy month we have had! Thanks to the volunteers and the community for their continued support. We have fun! (The Mimura Historical Society on Facebook)

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ÔÇö Deborah Whitehead

About Me: Got a story idea? Don’t hesitate to contact me! I would love to hear your opinion! Wife, Mom, Foodie, Traveler and Nature Lover.

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