| Tuesday, Mar 31 @ 3pm
World Stage on Screen--
Der Fliefende Hollander [link]
Jacob Burns, Pleasantville
Tim Albery's acclaimed production is a darkly insightful account of Wagner's masterful early opera, The Flying Dutchman, starring Bryn Terfel conducted by Andris Nelsons.The Flying Dutchman has been cursed for eternity. Once every seven years he is allowed to come ashore to seek redemption. He may have found it in Senta, a woman who longs for escape from her dreary life. The performance lasts about 2 hours 30 minutes; there is no intermission.
Thurs. Apr 16 @ 2pm: NT Live: The Hard Problem
LIVE FROM LONDON. The Hard Problem is Tom Stoppard’s first play for the stage since Rock ’n’ Roll in 2006, and his first for the National since his trilogy,The Coast of Utopia, 2002. Hilary, a young psychology researcher at a brain-science institute, is nursing a private sorrow and a troubling question at work, where psychology and biology meet. If there is nothing but matter, what is consciousness?This is ‘the hard problem’ which puts Hilary at odds with her colleagues who include her first mentor Spike, her boss Leo and the billionaire founder of the institute, Jerry. Is the day coming when the computer and the MRI scanner will answer all the questions psychology can ask?
Tues. Apr 21 @ 2pm: Swan Lake
Anthony Dowell's production of the greatest romantic ballet draws upon the opulence of 1890s Russia. Prince Siegfried chances upon a flock of swans while out hunting. When one of the swans turns into a beautiful woman, Odette, he is instantly captivated and determines to break the spell that holds her captive. The performance lasts about three hours, including two intermissions.
| Wednesday, April 1 from 1:30pm
Hastings Police Department Blood Drive
Hastings Public Library
Walk-ins welcome! Or sign-up here [link]
| Thursday, April 2 @ 7:30pm
KRISHNA DAS' KIRTAN [link]
Irvington Town Hall Theater
Presented by Tibetan Home of Hope. Tibetan Home of Hope is a nonsectarian home and school for children who would otherwise be abandoned in Chinese-occupied Tibet. Committed to nurturing, educating and preserving the future of Tibetans in their homeland, THH provides children with loving care, education, food, shelter, medical attention and the life skills needed to develop into independent adults with a full appreciation of their Tibetan heritage.
|Saturday, April 4 @ 2pm
Michele LaRue Performs
"Someone Must Wash the Dishes" [link]
In the 1900's, many women strongly opposed women getting the right to vote – but none argued with more charm, prettier clothes—and less logic—than the fictional speaker in this satiric monologue, written by pro-suffragist Marie Jenney Howe in 1912. "Woman suffrage is the reform against nature," declares Howe's unlikely, but irresistibly likable heroine.
April 4, 11, 17, & 18 from
6:30pm – 9pm
Experience Orchid Evenings: Music, Cocktails, and Sublime Beauty [link]
As spring approaches, tickets are still available for upcoming Orchid Evenings. Enjoy a cocktail while viewing The Orchid Show: Chandeliers and its thousands of spectacular flowers. The unforgettable beauty makes for one of New York City's most romantic date destinations. While taking in the elegance of the show, stop for quick lipstick touch-ups by one of Guerlain's famed make-up artists, and indulge in a specialty cocktail inspired by Guerlain's Orchidée Impériale line. Dine at The Pine Tree Café and lounge to the sounds of a live band. Get more information and plan your magical evening at NYBG!
|Saturday, April 4 @ 8pm
Joan Osborne [link]
Considered one of the great voices of her generation, Joan Osborne is a multi-platinum selling recording artist and seven-time Grammy nominee. Her debut album, "Relish," wove together strands of American roots music, poetic lyrics and impassioned vocals, and produced the international hit "(What if God Was) One of Us." Osborne has released several albums, toured extensively as both a solo artist and as a member of The Grateful Dead. She has appeared in the Grammy Award-winning documentary "Standing in the Shadows of Motown," and shared the stage with Bob Dylan, Luciano Pavarotti, Stevie Wonder, Emmylou Harris and Patti Smith to name just a few. Osborne's latest album "Love and Hate" is "alternately sexy and sassy, rough and ragged. And it's all so well executed that it just flows with no forcing, no faltering." -Pop Matters
| Saturday, April 4 @ 8pm
An Intimate Solo/Acoustic Performance
by Citizen Cope [link]
The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester
Born Clarence Greenwood, he is the radically mashed-up product of Greenville, Mississippi; Memphis, Tennessee; Vernon, Texas; Austin, Texas; Washington, DC; and Brooklyn, New York. These locations are felt everywhere in his stories. His sounds are southern rural, big sky lonely, concrete urban, and painfully romantic.
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Schools Out Stars Are In at the Hudson RIver Museum [link].
Monday - Friday,
March 30, 31, and April 1, 2, 3. Creative activities and Planetarium shows for students on school break. FREE with Museum admission. Students must be accompanied by a caregiver.
Children's Gardening Program at the NY Botanical Garden Hands-on gardening is the perfect way for kids to get outside and get their hands dirty. Guided by instructors, kids plant, tend, and harvest fresh produce; prepare and taste the fruits of their labor; and enjoy the beautiful natural setting of the Ruth Rea Howell Family Garden. [link]
Kid's Camp is back at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, celebrating cherished children's films with Free Admission for the whole family. This month, it's The Neverending Story from March 30 through April 2. All shows are at 11:00 am. This classic 80s adventure is about a boy who reads a magical library book that leads him into a wondrous fantasy world with many timeless and memorable characters - Atreyu and his horse Artex; the racing snail, a princess without a name. Age Policy for Kid's Camp is 3 and up accompanied by a parent or guardian. Seating is first come, first served. [link]
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CALL FOR ARTISTS
The Upstream Gallery- [link] Aannounces its third juried Works on Paper exhibition – Paper Works 2015. Artists are invited to submit images of work on paper including collage, drawing, printmaking, etc. Photography is not included – we have an annual juried photography exhibition in February. The gallery is now located at 8 Main Street, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706
THERE IS NO SUBMISSION FEE; artists whose work is selected by our jury are required to pay an installation fee of $30 per each accepted work and a 20% commission on all work sold.
The exhibition will take place from June 25th to July 26th, 2015.
Maximum framed size of work to be displayed is 20"x24" We will display a maximum of four images per artist.
May 31st, 2015 Deadline for submissions
Monday, June 22nd, 10am to 2pm Delivery of artwork to gallery
Thursday, June 25th Opening of exhibition
Sunday, June 28th Opening reception – 2 to 5pm
Sunday, July 26th Closing of exhibition and removal of artwork
Please email JPEGs of up to six images to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org . Please call 914 965-3397 or 914-725-2974 for further information.
Film Festival 2015 [link]
Jacob Burns, Pleasantville
We're thrilled to present the 2015 edition of the Westchester Jewish Film Festival, with a diverse array of 38 programs celebrating the grand sweep of the Jewish experience. This year's lineup of dramas and documentaries includes several exciting previews (Phoenix, Felix and Meira, The Farewell Party, and Famous Nathan)—and new releases from Israel and around the world. Many programs will be followed by discussions with some very special guests, and there are also three live performances! This promises to be an extraordinary three weeks.
Film Studies Course Apr 7
Phoenix Apr 8, 12
A Place in Heaven Apr 9, 10, 18
Famous Nathan Apr 9, 17, 22
Blumenthal Apr 9
The Decent One Apr 10, 11
Anywhere Else Apr 10, 17, 21
Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem Apr 10, 13, 24
Belle and Sebastian Apr 11, 19, 22
The Farewell Party Apr 11, 13, 16
Rue Mandar Apr 11, 14, 17
Victor "Young" Perez Apr 11, 19
Watchers of the Sky Apr 12
Deli Man Apr 12, 15, 23
Secrets of War Apr 12, 15, 20
The Last Mentsch Apr 13, 17, 26
Beneath the Helmet: From High School to the Home Front Apr 14
Zero Motivation Apr 14, 18, 23
From Darkness into Light: Shorts Program Apr 15, 26
Theodore Bikel: In the Shoes of Sholom Aleichem Apr 15, 23, 25
Bialik: King of the Jews Apr 16, 19
The Outrageous Sophie Tucker Apr 16, 18, 21
The Art Dealer Apr 17, 21, 24
Magic Men Apr 18, 20
Let's Go Apr 18, 27, 28
Touchdown Israel Apr 19, 25
The Jewish Cardinal Apr 20
Felix and Meira Apr 21, 25
Forbidden Films: The Hidden Legacy of Nazi Film Apr 22, 24
Above and Beyond Apr 23, 25
Transit Apr 24, 29
The Go-Go Boys Apr 24, 30
The Last Sentence Apr 25, 27
112 Weddings Apr 26, 28
Almost Friends Apr 26, 28
Little White Lie Apr 27, 29
The Dove Flyer Apr 28, 29, 30
Farewell Herr Schwarz Apr 29
East Jerusalem/West Jerusalem Apr 30
Roots & Wings CSA
A fresh initiative to bring local produce to the Rivertowns. Learn more at Roots & Wings CS A Open House on March 21 at the "Farm Room" at Days of Wonder in Dobbs Ferry.
Join Roots & Wings CSA members and prospective members, and meet farmer Dan King, at the Roots & Wings CSA Open House on Saturday, March 21 at 10:00 – 11:30 AM at the "Farm Room" at Days of Wonder, 343 Broadway, Dobbs Ferry. This free event is cosponsored by EatLocalNY. For more information, visit [link or contact the CSA Manager at email@example.com.
24 weeks June -November $520
Pickup Wednesdays at Grace Episcopal Church from 11a-1p & 5-6:30p
- additional shares available: Fruit, Mushrooms, Coffee.
- also á la carte marketplace products available during season: Coffee, Honey, Maple Syrup, Dark Chocolate, Mushrooms, Bulk Veggies & Fruit.
One share donated to Hastings Food Pantry for every 10 members.
(each year we donate about 1,000 pounds of produce!)
For more information & to register: [link] email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathryn Wasserman Davis Art Auction - through April 9, 2015
Bid on paintings by Kathryn W. Davis
View the paintings online at [link] and on the third floor of the library. Register for a silent auction bid number at the Reference Desk. All proceeds go toward the renovation of the third floor meeting rooms.
ARTSEE, A Festival of
New Work [link]
Welcome to ARTSEE 2015, a Festival of New Work in Westchester
From March through July 2015, Westchester comes alive with vibrant cultural events in celebration of ArtsWestchester's 50th anniversary. ARTSEE is a four month showcase of the creative spirit in Westchester County, New York, packed with dance, film, theatre, art exhibitions, concerts, conferences, open studios, poetry readings and more. Discover newly created work, Westchester premiers, and outstanding area artists. Be sure to mark your calendars and join the fun with over 70 events presented by more than 40 arts organizations in ARTSEE, a Festival of New Work in Westchester!
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