Phone: (516) 797-7925
The Cultural and Performing Arts Division successfully provides a full range of cultural and social enrichment programs for residents of all ages and interests.
The Distinguished Artists Concerts, Music Under the Stars, (including Movies by Moonlight), and the Children’s Magical Music and More Series present free musical programs for general audiences throughout the year. Performances are held at local schools, libraries and, during the summer, at community parks and beaches. Brochures listing seasonal performances are available from CAPA. In December of each year, the Town’s Annual Holiday Concert is presented for three evening and one matinee performances at the Tilles Center on the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University.
ROTATIONAL ART EXHIBIT PROGRAM
The Rotational Art Exhibit Program offers area artists and crafts people an opportunity to display their work in libraries, banks and businesses throughout the Town of Oyster Bay. Juried Art Shows, co-sponsored by CAPA in conjunction with the Suburban Art League and the Independent Art Society offer local artists a venue to display their work and to compete with other artists.
WORKSHOP ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN
CAPA Workshops are held in the spring and fall of each year and offer a wide variety of cultural, artistic and self-improvement courses at nominal costs. The workshops are held at community centers throughout the Town. Call to request the CAPA Workshop brochure for a complete listing of courses and locations.
TOWN OF OYSTER BAY ARTS COUNCIL (TOBAC)
The Town of Oyster Bay Arts Council (TOBAC) promotes and supports the arts within the Town of Oyster Bay. Guided by a volunteer Board of Directors, the Council provides non-profit member organizations with services that include a quarterly newsletter and calendar of events, all for a nominal membership fee. Call CAPA for information at 797-7926 or visit the TOBAY Arts Council Web Site at www.tobac.org.
Spring Family Festival at the Syosset-Woodbury Community Park
Fall Family Festival at Marjorie R. Post Community Park in Massapequa.