The Smithtown 350 Foundation invites you to join in the celebration of Smithtown's 350th Anniversary by attending a performance of 'The Spirit of Smithtown' during its limited run at the Smithtown Center for Performing Arts.

The Spirit of Smithtown was commissioned by the Smithtown 350 Foundation earlier this year. The play is sponsored by Cablevision, The Gardiner Foundation & The Smithtown 350 Foundation. The original one-act play was written by Sal St.George who specializes in bringing history to the public in a manner that is informative and entertaining. The Spirit of Smithtown is a musical highlighting 350 years of Smithtown's history, people and communities. Mr. St. George calls it a toe-tapping musical revue with stories of Nesconset, Kings Park, Smithtown, Commack and Hauppauge.

'The Sprit of Smithtown' is history as seen through the eyes of Willie Collier, vaudevillian and host for the festivities. The production, with many professional actors and students, combines drama, humor and historical footnotes as it celebrates the remarkable growth of Smithtown's people and community.

There will be six performances of the play May 29, 30, 31 and June 5, 6, 7. Friday and Saturday performances start at 7:30 pm and Sunday Matinees at 3pm.  Tickets are complimentary and are available at the People's United Bank located at 1 East Main St. Smithtown, Smithtown Center for Performing Arts located at 2 E. Main St., Smithtown (631-724-3700) and through There is limited seating and people will be seated on a first come basis. There are no assigned seats. You must have a ticket in advance of the performance date.

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