This week Long Island comes to life with a visit from muddy puddle queen Peppa Pig and during an animated reading of Pete the Cat's The Wheels on the Bus. Older children will be amazed when they get a glimpse of the heavens during a Hofstra-sponsored astronomy event at Sagamore Hill. And families can dine a
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September tends to conjure images of apple picking and pumpkin-spiced everything. But hold on. Those days are not here yet (though they are right around the corner!). With the unofficial end of summer behind us and the start of school upon us, we shift our attention to weekday events that are filled with both education and fun.
The final Olympic torch has been extinguished, but the competitive fire within so many Long Island kids still burns bright. This week lets your children sink hoops, line frozen ropes or spring into the air. With summer ending soon, there has never been a better time to get outside and get physical. It's also a great time to corral the family and head out to the Hamptons and/or North Fork.
The second week of August is packed with activities that tap into your child's creative side.