Every Tuesday, Long Island Pulse’s editors plan your week. From Manhattan to Montauk these are our picks of the top Long Island events and offerings. Think of it as your week agenda. Share your week using the #LIPulse.
What: Thursday Night Music Club at Tocolo
Where: Tocolo Cantina
When: Thursday, Feb. 4, 7–10pm
Why Go: Garden City’s go-to spot for refined Mexican cuisine welcomes Long Island artist Tom San Filippo for a live performance. Go.
What: SingStrong New York A Cappella Festival
Where: Adelphi University
When: Friday, Feb. 5–7
Why Go: Come out to Adelphi University and listen to performances by Blue Jupiter, Julia Easterlin, RESOUND and more. There will also be classes and coaching for anyone who ever wanted to excel at A Cappella. The SingStrong New York A Capella Festival raises money to benefit the fight against Alzheimer’s and ticket and merchandise proceeds support local music programs. Go.
What: Long Beach Winter Farmer’s Market
Where: Long Beach Ice Arena
When: Saturday, Feb. 6, 9am–Noon
Why Go: Support local and regional agriculture by shopping for fresh, seasonal produce. Open every Saturday in February, the indoor heated arena will have certified organic vegetables, fruits, cheese, wine, soaps and more. Go.
What: The 17th Annual Super Bowl Splash
Where: Riverside Beach
When: Sunday, Feb. 7, 12:30pm
Why Go: Take the ocean plunge with the Long Beach Polar Bear Club to benefit Make-A-Wish Metro New York and help grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. Bring a set of warm, dry clothes for afterwards. Go.
What: Simone I. Smith Trunk Show
Where: Shag New York
When: Thursday, Feb. 4 2-7pm
Why Go: Meet designer Simone I. Smith at an exclusive trunk show hosted by Shag New York. Smith will be on hand to talk about her jewelry collection SIS by Simone I. Smith. Go.
What: CRESLI (The Coastal Research and Education Society of Long Island) Seal Walks
Where: Cupsogue Beach County Park
When: Saturday, Feb. 6 at 10:30am, Sunday, Feb. 7 at 11:30am
Why Go: Layer up with warm clothing for a mile walk along the Westhampton beach to spot harbor seals. Bring your binoculars to see them up close-and-personal on the bunker and sandbars off the South Shore. Go.