Super Bowl Guide: Where to Watch and What to Eat
New York doesn't have a stake in the game this year, but that shouldn't stop the party. Here are the local spots to catch the game or get some super grub.
Charity Basketball Game
Come and cheer on some of your favorite teachers and faculty members, at the Charity Basketball Game on Friday at William T. Rogers Middle School! Tickets are $4. Not only will there be exciting basketball games, but there will also be delicious food and raffles for fantastic prizes. This is a district-wide event and all families are welcome.
Whodunnit Dinner Extravaganza
Everyone loves a mystery! The "Whack Family" is gathering together for a reunion. Uncle Vincenzo wants to show off his success and his "close" family members are looking for a piece of the action. Join this wacky family as they come together for some hilarious luau fun! But watch out: a major crime soon unfolds, and it's up to you and your fellow dinner guests to solve it.
Along the way, there will be a delicious dinner, raffles and fabulous prizes. The Whack Family does not mess around-especially when it comes to fun. Come dressed for a Luau of a time. Friday, 5:45 p.m., St. Johnland Nursing Center.
First Friday Flick Night
Commack United Methodist Church invites you to the film "The First Grader". In 2002 the Kenya government announced free primary school education for all and 81 yr old Maruso, Oliver Litondo, enrolls for school. Friday night, 7:30 p.m.
Complimentary Wine Tastings
Head to the Wine Guy in Smithtown on Saturday at noon to enjoy a free wine tasting.