In the 60`s Karla Bonoff became friends with other musicians who were creating their own unique sound. Karla connected with Linda Ronstadt, who recorded six Bonoff songs. Throughout the years, Karla has continued to do what she does best, building up a passionate audience, resulting in sold-out houses everywhere. Karla`s legacy as a writer and perseverance as a performer are spoken best in a Billboard Magazine review of Karla`s All My Life recording. “Long before Alanis and Jewel, there was a breed of singer/songwriters whose earthly anthems of soul-searching, heartache and joy touched souls in a way few can muster today.“
Livingston Taylor has a 40-year career that has encompassed performance, songwriting and teaching. Livingston continues to create well crafted, introspective, and original songs that have earned him listeners worldwide. His shows are peppered with personal stories, anecdotes and ineffable warmth that connect him to his fans.
Alper`s Hardware is hosting the 9th annual Karmacue to benefit the Community Chest of Port Washington. Cheer on your neighbors competing to be named Port`s BBQ Champ and enjoy delicious food from local restaurants. Rock to live music, face painting and more! Supported by the Port Washington Chamber of Commerce and many businesses.
Finish every week peacefully with Friday Morning Yoga led by Victoria Selbach. Held in the majestic setting of the Sands Point Preserve. In the winter, classes are held inside Hempstead House and in warmer weather, classes move to the Great Lawn. Preserve entrance fee is $10. Yoga is “Pay What You Wish.“
start at the Town Dock, end at the Port North Dock opposite Stop & Shop
The Cow Neck Peninsula Society presents guided historical tours of the Port Washington waterfront. Learn about Port`s shell fishing industry, sand mining, local aviation and the development of the waterfront. Reservations are required and may be made online at www.cowneck.org or on their FaceBook page. The fee is $15 for adults, $10 for seniors 65+ and $1 for kids 12 and under. Children in strollers or backpacks are free.
The Thomas Dodge House, circa 1721, is the oldest house in Port Washington and a living museum administered by the Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society. The Dodge House is open for guided tours on the fourth Sunday of the month. Admission is $2.50. For information call 767-3970.
From noon, 1, 2 and 3
May 1 - Oct 31, Thurs. thru Sun. at 12, 1, 2 and 3PM Sands Point Preserve Tours of Falaise. 127 Middle Neck Road. Entrance by guided tour only - begin at Castlegould Visitor Center Fee: adults $5; seniors, veterans, firefighters, auxiliary police $4, (children under 10 not permitted) Group tours by reservation. Call 571-7901