St. lukes saturday shows for kids

Saint Luke’s is pleased to announce a program for kids that will run through this fall and winter with a show each month. 

There is no charge for admission to any of the shows.

All events are free and are held at St. Luke's, 18 James Lane, East Hampton (by the pond). 

Here's the schedule:

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Saturday, Oct. 16, at 6:15pm

Keith Leaf "Fire & Light" show

Saturday, Nov. 20 at 1pm

"Solve the Crime" with the Long Island Science Center

Saturday, Dec. 11, at 1pm

"Make a Snow Globe" with The Art Nanny

Saturday, Jan. 15, at 1pm

Enjoy the Magic of Alexo

Saturday, Feb. 12 at 1pm

Enter "Star-Lab" with the Long Island Science Center

Saturday, March 12 at 1pm

"Make your own Puppet"

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Keith leaf "Fire & Light SHow" 

Saturday, Oct. 16,   at 6:15pm

The series will kick off with a Fire and Light show on Saturday, October 16th starting at 6:15 PM on St. Luke's front lawn. Be amazed as Keith Leaf shows off his skills as a juggler using LED lights, flaming tennis rackets, and blazing meteor balls.

All events are held at St. Luke's, 18 James Lane, East Hampton (by the pond). 

Solve the crime!

long island science center

November 20, 1 pm  until 2pm

Solve the crime of the missing Madagascar hissing roaches! 

Working in teams, kids will search the scene for clues, analyze their findings based on fingerprinting and chromatography, and identify a suspect.

Maximum of 12 kids/grades 4 and up.

Free registration required at:

Make a snow globe

"The art nanny (tm)

December 11, 1pm to 2pm

Assemble your own snow globe with a snow figure you create and place in a plastic dome terrarium that you can display for the holiday season.

Maximum of 15 kids/grades 2 and up with adult assistance for younger kids.

Free registration required at: 

a world of magic

"Magic of alexo"

January 15, 1pm to 2pm

Enjoy the world of magic in a show that features lots of audience participation and interaction leaving everyone laughing, entertained, and mystified.

Maximum of 15 kids/all ages

Free registration required at: 

explore the night sky

"star-lab" at Long island science center

February 12, 1pm to 2pm

Enter StarLab, an inflatable planetarium, 

to explore the night sky and learn to recognize and name constellations while you listen to Native American myths.

Maximum of 15 kids/grades 4-6

Free registration required at: