Cutchogue-New Suffolk: ‘Spring Awakening’ art show at Old Town

04/13/2011 12:00 PM |
Cast members rehearse a song from 'Cat-Tales: No Bullies Here,' which will be performed Sunday afternoon, April 17, at the Creation Station behind Cutchogue United Methodist Church. In the musical fable written and directed by Mary Agria, bullies are confronted by the Alley Cats.

PHOTO COURTESY OF MARY AGRIA | Cast members rehearse a song from 'Cat-Tales: No Bullies Here,' which will be performed Sunday afternoon, April 17, at the Creation Station behind Cutchogue United Methodist Church. In the musical fable written and directed by Mary Agria, bullies are confronted by the Alley Cats.

Imagine walking downstairs in your home and being enveloped by the sweet aroma of sautéed onions, as fond memories of Easter Sunday pierogies come to mind. Such is the tradition for the Baydala family. This year, five of the six Baydala siblings worked with their dad, Troy, and sister-in-law Jeanette to make this special holiday dish. May you be blessed with years of family traditions and fun!

Call it mother’s intuition. Sixteen years ago, Susan Tyler knew better when the obstetrician told her to go to the hospital. Minutes later, her water broke and, with one hand on her baby’s head, she caught him as he swooshed out. Belated happy birthday to Justin Tyler. You’ll always have the story of your “special delivery.”

Members of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses invite you to meet with them Sunday, April 17, at 7:30 p.m. at Vineyard Caterers in Aquebogue to examine the significance of Jesus’ death. You’re also invited to a special Bible talk, “Bible Principles: Can They Help Us to Cope With Today’s Problems?” on Sunday, May 1, at 12:30 p.m. at the Kingdom Hall.

Bev Christiansen is excited to announce that, thanks to the Friends of Cutchogue-New Suffolk Library, the library has three free passes to Safari Adventure. Cardholders can reserve them by calling 734-6360. An information sheet on the program is available in the children’s room.

Cutchogue East’s production of “Mulan Jr.” was “fabulous,” according to at least one audience member. Colleen Kelly was impressive as Mulan; Michael Goodale as Captain Shang and Liam McShane as Mushu the Dragon were very funny; and Kayla Honkala, as the Dressmaker, executed her solo beautifully. Bravo to all cast members on a job well done!

Jackie Lonk appreciates having a Zumba class at Curves that really lets her go at her own pace and still feel motivated. She also wants to congratulate her sister-in-law Kyleen Vernon on a job well done and wish her the best!

‘Spring Awakening’ arrives at Old Town Art and Crafts Guild Friday, April 15, from 5 to 7 p.m. The Guild is pleased to have well-known artist, illustrator and cartoonist Rob White as the independent juror for the exhibit. There’s still time to drop off entries at the Guild: Thursday, April 14, between 4 and 7 p.m. or Friday, the 15th, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The exhibit continues April 16, 17, 22 and 23 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Thank you to all who supported the New Suffolk School’s Pampered Chef fundraiser, which raised over $600.
Learn about post-and-beam construction at the next Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council meeting on Tuesday, April 19, 7-8:30 p.m. at the Old School on the Village Green. Refreshments will be served.

Tickets are still available for the Cutchogue United Methodist Church community flounder dinner on Saturday, April 16, with sittings at 5, 6 and 7 p.m. Takeout will be available. Call Alice Finkle, 734-6650, for tickets: $10 for adults, $7 for children under 10.

The new children’s musical “Cat-Tales: What the Alley Cats Learned About Bullies” will be performed for free (donations accepted) on Sunday, April 17, at 3 p.m. at Creation Station behind Cutchogue United Methodist Church. Call 765-5667.

The Passover celebration begins Monday evening. For eight days Jews commemorate their liberation and the story of Exodus. Happy Passover!
Have a good week!

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