At The Library: Clandestine Childhood will be showing at the Port Washington Library Thursday beginning at 7:30 p.m. In the movie, 12-year-old Juan (Teo Gutierrez Moreno) lives clandestinely. Will his secret affect a budding romance with María (Violeta Palukas)? This true story, scripted by director Benjamin Avila with Marcelo Muller, takes place in Argentina in 1979. In Spanish with English subtitles. This screening comes to us from Film Movement. Did You Know? Americans eat approximately 350 slices of pizza per second? It's true according to punchbowl.com. To celebrate one of the most popular meals in the country, grab a slice today — on National Cheese Pizza Day. There's plenty of great places in Port Washington to grab a slice: Gino's Pizzeria, Rosa's Pizza, Bellisimo Pizzeria, Carlo's Pizza or Salvatore's Coal Oven Pizza, to name a few.
Squirrel Traps Needed: The Cow Neck Penninsula Historical Society is seeking squirrel traps in an attempt to relocate some problem squirrels currently residing at the Sands/Willets house. Please email: email@example.com or call 883-1334 to donate.
In Case You Missed It: Check out the 2013 Schreiber High School girls soccer preview on Patch. Click here for video. Grande Fiesta Italiana:Enjoy one of Long Island`s oldest and largest festivals with rides, games, food and live entertainment. Sponsored by the John Michael Marino Sons of Italy, event proceeds will be donated to charity. Runs from 6-11 p.m. at North Hempstead Beach Park. Free admission. Rides: $25. Event runs through Sept. 8. More info here.
Caregiver Support Group: Learn ways of coping with caregiving Thursday at a caregiver support group sponsored by the the Town of North Hempstead. Event runs each first and third Monday of each month. Program starts at 10:30 a.m at the Great Neck Senior Center, 80 Grace Ave. More info here.