Here are five things of interest for Lynbrook residents on Thursday.
1 — Lynbrook's centennial anniversary celebration continues with tonight's "Those Were the Days — A History of the Theatre in Lynbrook," led by village historian Art Mattson.
Mattson will talk about theater, movies and television shows that have been based or had a connection to Lynbrook. This includes the popular TV show, Everybody Loves Raymond. The event is being held at the Lynbrook Public Library from 7-9 p.m.
2 — Patch covered two events at the Lynbrook library last week — one being Teddy Bear Tea, a children's event, and the other was Game Night for teens. We'll be posting photos over the next couple of days.
3 — Lynbrook High School will host its popular Cabaret Night at the school beginning at 7:30 p.m. Students will be performing skits, songs and more for residents in attendance.
4 — The Lynbrook library will be hosting Pre-School Story Time from 1:30 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. Children ages 3 1/2 to 5 are welcome to attend, with a caretaker, to listen to a story. Registration is required for this event.
5 — It's Judgement Day for County Executive Ed Mangano, who, by the close of business today, must prove to the Nassau Interim Finance Authority (NIFA) that he will not be running a budget deficit in excess of 1 percent this year. A failure to do this may result in NIFA stepping in to take over Nassau's finances, which would likely result in heavy cuts to county departments and unions.