Sunday, January 26 @ 2pm
Seussical, The Musical | PGT Mainstage, White Plains
Oh the thinks you can think! …when you think about Seuss! Seussical is a fun and fantastical musical about friendship, unity and community, and standing tall even if you’re small! Weaving together the tales of Horton the Elephant, Cat in the Hat, Gertrude McFuzz, Jojo, and many other familiar faces, Seussical transports you to places you can only dream about!
Sunday, January 26, February 9 & 29, March 15 & 28 from 1pm–2pm
Feeding Fun | Greenburgh Nature Center
It’s mealtime for our animals! Join our naturalists for a hands-on program and learn about the care that goes into feeding our indoor animals as well as our birds of prey and barnyard.
Sunday, January 26 @ 3pm
How New York Became the Empire City: The Aqueduct from Croton to Manhattan | Hastings Library
Free. An Illustrated Talk by Tom Tarnowsky. Co-sponsored by the Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct and Hastings Historical Society.
Sunday, January 26 @ 3pm
Bindlestif Family Cirkus | Hankin Academic Arts Building at Westchester Community College
Run away from home and be back in time for dinner with the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus and its unique hybrid of vaudeville and circus spectacle. This circus adventure harkens back to the traditional American Circus that toured the country by caravan at the turn of the 20th century, while adding the artistic twist of co-founders Stephanie Monseu and Keith Nelson.
Sunday, January 26 from 3pm–5pm
Contemporary Fiber Arts | Hastings Village Hall
The Hastings Village Arts Commission is pleased to present Contemporary Fiber Arts, a collections of six artists from Hastings on Hudson and beyond working in various materials from wool to felt to silk. Artists: Anne-Claude Cotty, Briarcliff, silk. Janet Sikirica, Dobbs Ferry, felt. Kit Demirdelen, Hastings on Hudson, felt. Arle Sklar-Weinstein, Hastings on Hudson, wool. Erica Recto, Millerton, wool and ceramic. Barbara Rushkoff, Hastings on Hudson, embroidery.
Sunday, January 26 @ 4pm & 6pm
Nanny Assis Group | Jazz Forum Arts, Tarrytown
Nanny Assis and his vocalist son Daniel embody the joy and happiness of Brazil’s Bahiaregion, where Nanny was born. A drummer who branched out to become a multi-instrumentalist and composer, his talents and performing charisma made him a top attraction since relocating to New York 20 years ago. Nanny has collaborated with countless jazz luminaries, been named Brazil’s Vocalist of the Year and packed the city’s top clubs.
Mostly Morning Music | Dobbs Ferry Woman’s Club, 54 Clinton Avenue
On Monday, January 27, the Hudson Valley Music Club will present a concert featuring the Trio Della Luna, consisting of local artists Kathleen Thomson, violin, Mary Wooten, cello and Marcia Eckert, piano. They will perform a program of piano trios composed by Beethoven ((as part of this anniversary celebration year), Brahms, and a work by our own Hudson Valley composer Mary Jane Tashiro. Admission: $20.00
Westchester Knicks vs Raptors | Westchester County Center
The Westchester Knicks are the exclusive NBA Development League affiliate of the New York Knickerbockers, a charter member of the NBA and one of the most iconic names in professional sports.
Have you heard?
The Rivertowns has a new Chamber!
What was once the Dobbs Ferry Chamber of Commerce, has become a Chamber for the four southern Rivertowns: Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Hastings and Irvington.
Interested in learning more?