‘Reflextions Art in the Park’ lights up Grangebel with walkable gallery of illuminated art and events – RiverheadLOCAL
The illuminated art exhibit “Reflextions Art in the Park” is back for a fifth year at Grangebel Park daily with special events to be held on Saturday, July 23, Friday, Aug. 12, Saturday, Sept. 10 and Saturday, Oct. 1.
“If you haven’t seen it yet, you must come,” said event producer for Reflextions Diane Tucci. “If you have come before, we welcome you back to enjoy an illuminated stroll through the park and plenty of selfie opportunities.”
The walkable gallery features various forms of light art including sculptures made of LED lights, reflective materials, luminescence, fire and a walk through black light mural. The art will be on display during daylight hours and open to the public at no cost.
“We look forward to lighting up the park and the public coming out to enjoy local artisan works.“ said Co-Creator of Reflextions Bryan Deluca.
The art will be illuminated at night alongside bands and other local events.
On Saturday, July 23 the band Road Trip will perform classic covers and originals at 8 p.m.
Alive on 25 will be held in conjunction with the art on Friday, Aug. 12 featuring music from 5 to 6 p.m. Somewhat Jazz composed of musicians and teachers. Streetwise will follow at 7 p.m. front by Raymond Castronovo performing classic rock with a modern twist.
Peconic Country Brewery will host its inaugural PCB Music and Beer Fest on Saturday, Sept. 10. This event is ticketed and can be purchased in advance by visiting the brewery website.
The final event will be held with the second annual Oktoberfest on Saturday, Oct. 1. The event will feature live music by the Bratwurst Boys, costume contests and stein holding.
Reflextions is hosted and funded by the Riverhead Business Improvement District, Suffolk County Cultural Arts grants, I LOVE NY grants, Discover Long Island, East End Tourism Alliance as well as support from local sponsors.
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