Month: April 2018

Stony Brook Foodie Fun

Stony Brook Foodie Fun

From comfort food and old favorites served with a new twist, to innovative dishes created with local-sourced ingredients, Stony Brook Village restaurants are serving up some fresh ideas in new cuisine.

Back In Time: The History of Dogwood Hollow

Back In Time: The History of Dogwood Hollow

Dogwood Hollow was an impressive outdoor amphitheater located in Stony Brook that opened in the summer of 1947. Created by Ward Melville, it accommodated seating for over 2,000 people and parking for over 3,000. Originally called The Stony Brook Music Festival, world renowned artists and […]

Luncheon Theater Continues a Musical Legacy

Luncheon Theater Continues a Musical Legacy

The upcoming Luncheon Musical Theatre performances featuring a ‘Tribute to Barbara Streisand’ at the Ward Melville Heritage Organization (WMHO) Educational and Cultural Center will include a special ‘Dogwood Hollow’ menu as a nod back to the former Dogwood Hollow Amphitheatre that housed musical performances in Stony Brook from the 1950s-1970s.

The upcoming Luncheon Musical Theatre tribute is scheduled May 9th to June 14th, 2018. See schedule below.

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Stony Brook: The Story of a Successful Downtown

Stony Brook: The Story of a Successful Downtown

From the moment you take the turn off Rte. 25A on Long Island’s scenic north shore, on to Main Street, Stony Brook Village, you’re immediately cast into a place where time seems to stand still.