The free series of performances called the "Distinguished Artists" series makes its way to the nearby Farmingdale library Sunday afternoon, one of many entertainment options in and around Plainview today.
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1. Farmingdale Public Library is the latest venue in the "" series. Today at 2, it's the band, "Steven Bridges Road," leading a musical journey through classic rock and roll. Free: Open to all.
2. Kander and Ebb's dark musical about anti semitism and the Third Reich, returns to Nassau Community College Sunday at 3 p.m. Cost: $15, $12 for seniors 55 and older and free for current college students.
3. holds its weekly Youth Mass Sunday at 5:30 p.m., with special music and attention on teens.
4. The Nassau County in Roslyn has lots to offer, including a display of the poster art of the 1917 October Revolution. These graphic, inexpensively produced posters carried the Revolution’s message to the masses. Open from 11:00 a.m.–4:45 p.m.
5. Did you read about the who plan to create one big canvas in Huntington Sunday? Our latest is Adam Getzler, but a new young person will be named later today. We published our latest column Friday. Tell us your thoughts for upcoming stories in . While you're here, browse our "events" calendar for other happenings around town.