Reserve a Spot; Make a Resolution

Today is your last chance to see Lamb's Players Theatre's "Festival of Christmas: It's Christmas... and It's Live!"

1. Last chance: Today is the last day to see the holiday play at Lamb’s Players Theatre. It’s Christmas and It’s Live! will be ending today, so be sure to catch the last performance at 8 p.m. Tickets are $28-$58.

2. More Kwanzaa: It’s the fourth day of Kwanzaa and Balboa Park has set up another celebration. Enjoy Ujamaa, or copperative economics. Learn to “build and maintain our stores, shops and other businesses and to profit from them together.” The celebration starts at 6 p.m. and will include a lecture by filmmaker M.K. Asante Jr.

3. Reserve a spot: Another reminder to save a spot for you and your sweetie for the New Year’s Eve celebration at the Del. If you already have plans for NYE, you can make reservations for a champagne brunch at the Del on Saturday, Jan. 1. Save your spot today and make this New Year one to remember.

4. Skate by the sea: Spend some time with the kids and take them skating at the rink on the ocean. The Hotel Del’s Windsor Lawn has been transformed into an icy pond with a great view of the Pacific. Matinee times for skating are 11 a.m.–1 p.m. and are $5 off the normal price. Don’t forget skate rentals are $5!

5. Need a resolution? It’s that time of year when we start thinking (probably too hard) about what we will resolve in the year to come. Perhaps the most popular choice each year is to get in shape. This year, make your resolution one that pays it forward. Try volunteering around town—the library, the playhouse, the visitor center or the hospital. Donating your time not only helps out your community and its well-being, but it’s a resolution that’s easy to stick to and makes you feel good about yourself.


  • artist4222

    Any artists out there needing studio space? (Suffolk County)?
    One of my main resolutions is to open an art studio business in the next month or so offering studio space for about 10-15 painters and sculptors, hopefully in Patchogue. I’m looking for the perfect spot, and any interested artists. Membership will be by the month or the year, but a guest pass will also be available by the day, reserved ahead if time. There will be classes, lectures, gallery/museum trips, and also, members will periodically be encouraged to organize shows, both on premesis, and at galleries, libraries, schools etc.
    I’m a co-founder of a 4 year old gallery in Port Jeff, but I need more studio space, and the energy of people around me to keep me working. I have had this idea developing for the past year, and it has become important for me to follow through, and make it happen. I’ll be advertising in some papers and magazines, but I couldn’t resist starting on this site first.
    A creative, productive New Year to all,

  • shadowatdustcatcher

    Not at this point. Ironically, the ones I’ve been to in California have tended to "gentrify" the area resulting in driving out the artists due to rent increases.
    References :

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