Three Can’t Miss Weekend Events

Whew. The last full week of June has been a busy one. On Monday we announced our Battle of the Burger finalists. Congratulations to the 10 restaurants! We can’t wait to see you and try your burgers on Aug 3. We’ve also been busy finishing up the July/August issue of Long Island Pulse. You should start seeing it next week. We were however, able to take a break on Tuesday to celebrate the opening of New Village apartments in Patchogue. If your week has been as busy as ours your looking forward to the weekend. Here are your three can’t miss weekend events.

Mambo Loco Celebrates Summer Dance Thursday’s!
WHEN/WHERE:
Thursday, June 26 at 6:30 p.m., at The Suffolk Theater in Riverhead.
WHY GO: Start the weekend off with a dance party. Mambo Loco plays old school Latin and Latin jazz music at the Suffolk Theater.
PRICING: $20

Street Art at Ripe Art Gallery
WHEN/WHERE:
Through July 12 at Ripe Art Gallery in Huntington
WHY GO: Huntington native and famous street art Phetus has a new exhibit at Ripe Art Gallery. His “Stripped” art show opened June 21 and runs through July 12. The show is about his journey as an artist, he’s moving from Huntington streets to a Huntington gallery.
PRICING: Free

Beaches & Bays Gala
WHEN/WHERE:
Saturday, June 28 6:30 p.m., at The Center for Conservation in East Hampton
WHY GO: Support the work of The Nature Conservancy at their Beaches & Bays Gala. You don’t want to miss the “Nature Inspires” art exhibit at the gala, which includes a special display that will become visible as night falls.
PRICING: starting at $200.

What are you doing this weekend? Tell us in the comments and share your photos using the #LIPulseWeekends.