May 16: Start Your Week Right

Today's "5 Things" includes a seminar on how best to obtain news in the 21st century.

It's the beginning of a new week, and here are a few ways to start it off on the right foot, whether you're dancing or enjoying quality time with your children at the library.

1. Stony Brook University hosts a with the changes to how information is relayed, whether it's in 140-character Tweets or getting news on your phone. Follow Three Village Patch on Twitter at @3VillagePatch or by visiting threevillage.patch.com daily.

2. One way to stay active both in body and in the community is the , which holds a weekly three-hour session at The Setauket Neighborhood House on Monday nights.

3. Take the kids by Emma S. Clark Library in Setauket for its twice-weekly . With their parents, kindergartners and first-graders are invited to enjoy books of various authors at each sessions.

4. As usual, plenty is going on at Stony Brook University, not the least of which is a record-setting season by the Seawolves baseball team coinciding with the debut of Joe Nathan Field. Three Village Patch has that story and more in its SBU roundup.

5. The concert season for the Stony Brook University is over, but you can still catch some of the magic created by watching the Stony Brook Chorale in action from its May 11, under the direction of Shoshana Hershkowitz and Alice Cavanaugh. Here's a rendition of "White Horses" by Gwyneth Walker.


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