Drum Circle: Looking to let off some steam, connect more deeply to your inner pulse, or just bring some rhythm into your life? The "BYO (Bring Your Own) Drum Circle" is for all levels of folk who wish to experience working through the heartbeat, pulse and healing power of drumming. No experience is required, just your owns drums — shakers, blocks, etc., welcome. A $10 suggested admission donation is requested. Event begins at 8:30 p.m. at 12 Irma Ave. in Port Washington. More information here.
Elder Law Clinic: "From Your House to the Dog House: How to Protect the Ones You Love." This free Elder Law Clinic, hosted by Michael L. Pfeifer, Esq., elder law attorney on LIAF's Legal Advisory Board, will share estate planning information and tips on how to protect assets, including pets. Attendees get a free 15-minute individual consultation Call (516) 767-6856 to reserve your spot. The event runs from 4-7 p.m. at 5 Channel Dr. in Port Washington. on Aug. 22.
Free Yoga Class: The Town of North Hempstead's Department of Services and aging will offer a free yoga class at the Port Washington Senior Center from 10:30-11:30 am. Class instructed by Mike Mancini. Call 311 or 869-6311 to register. Online registration here.
Nearby: The Furman Film Series presents Haute Cuisine on Aug. 22 in Great Neck. Based on the true story of President François Mitterrand’s private chef, the film is the French culinary Cinderalla tale that caters to the human spirit as much as the taste buds. The Furman Film Series previews the best new independent films and studio releases, followed by Q&As with filmmakers and industry professionals. Call (516) 829-2570 or purchase online. Individual tickets are $15 ($10 students) when purchased in advance; tickets $20 at the door.Summer 2013 Film Series. Screenings take place at Bow Tie Squire Cinemas, 115 Middle Neck Rd., Great Neck (Click here for directions) at 7:30 pm. Doors open at 7 p.m. for subscribers and 7:15 p.m. for individual ticket holders. Did You Know? Today is Be An Angel Day. Established by Jayne Howard Feldman in 1993, Be An Angel Day was established to encourage people to perform random acts of kindness and to help those in need, according to punchbowl.com. So today (and everyday), maybe extend a helping hand, offer a kind word or show someone your gratitude.