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Join Sands Point Preserve to unite in a fun dance called the Jerusalema to support Plant a Row for the Hungry, Port Washington.
Over the past few months, Jerusalema by South African DJ Master KG has trended like wildfire on social media. Communities across the world have posted their version of the dance -- please see the video news coverage linked below. Now it's time to show the world what Port Washington can do!
After you register for the event, you'll get an email with an easy to follow, step-by-step video created by Port Washington's Danceworks, NY studio, which will give you a chance to practice the moves in advance of the day. When everyone gathers on the 17th, (outdoors, masked and distanced), Danceworks Instructors will be on hand to lead you in a few lively rehearsals. The final take will be recorded by a drone flying overhead and shared on social media to bring awareness and support to Plant a Row for the Hungry. For unity, please try to wear "Port Washington Blue and White."
BONUS: Your ticket grants you free admission to the Sands Point Preserve starting at noon. Please feel free to spend the afternoon at this local gem - pack a picnic lunch and take a walk on one of the many scenic trails. Advanced registration required.
127 Middle Neck Road
Sands Point, NY
In the early 20th century, Sands Point Preserve was the home of the Guggenheim family. The buildings on the estate are monuments to the opulent lifestyle for which Long Island’s North Shore is known.
The 216-acre Sands Point Preserve is an interesting mixture of natural and landscaped areas. Diverse natural habitats for a variety of plants and animals are supported on the the Preserve including mature forest, woodlands, fields, meadows, a freshwater pond, glacial cliffs and shoreline on the Long Island Sound.
Visitors are welcome to stroll, hike, jog and/or run on the six marked trails through the woods, around the pond, and along the beach. Trail maps and schedule of guided nature walks are available at the Gatehouse.
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