Wednesday, August 20 from 2pm - 7pm
American Red Cross Blood Drive
Greenburgh Library
Sponsored by: Greenburgh Police Department & Greenburgh Community Emergency Response Team (CERT).
Wednesdays from 3:30pm - 7pm
Irvington Farmers Market [link]
Main Street School Parking Lot
FINAL NIGHT: Wednesday, August 20 from 6:30pm - 8pm
15th Annual Dobbs Ferry Summer Music Series -- Peter Brainin & Talking Drum [link]
Estherwood Mansion at The Masters School, Clinton Avenue, Dobbs Ferry

Presented by Jazz Forum Arts, in association with the Village of Dobbs Ferry & The Masters School, and co-sponsored by RiverArts. Due to ongoing construction at Waterfront Park this year, our ten, free Wednesday evening concerts will be held on the lawn in front of the beautiful Estherwood Mansion at The Masters School, Clinton Avenue, Dobbs Ferry, NY. Indoors at Estherwood in event of rain. Estherwood is a late 19th-century mansion located on the campus of The Masters School in Dobbs Ferry, New York, United States. It was the home of industrial tycoon James Jenning McComb, who supported Masters financially in its early years when his daughters attended. The house's octagonal library was the first section built. It had been attached to McComb's previous home, but he had felt it deserved a house more in keeping with its style and so had architect Albert Buchman design Estherwood built around it.
Wednesday, August 20 from 7pm - 8:45pm
Evening Nature Walk and Talk:
From Bats to Bugs [link]

Wave Hill, Bronx
How do animals find each other in the dark? Take an evening walk with naturalist Paul Keim to learn how bats, frogs, crickets and katydids use sound for location and communication. Use eyes and ears—and an echo-locator (electronic device)—to search for bats as they skim the evening sky in search of insects. Don't forget your flashlight! Ages 10 and older welcome with an adult. Space is limited.
Wednesday, August 20
Sounds of Summer: New Music Documentaries [link]
Jacob Burns
Being Alone: A Porches Tour Documentary Aug 20
Brasslands Aug 21
Ndiphilela Ukucula: I Live to Sing Aug 25
Tosca's Kiss Aug 26
Everything is Forever Aug 27
20,000 Days on Earth Aug 28
Thursday, Aug.14 @ 10:30am, 12pm, 1:30pm, 3pm (Also Aug. 21, 28)
From a Child's Perspective [link]
Washington Irving's Sunnyside, 3 West Sunnyside Lane, Tarrytown

Parents and children are invited to travel back to the 19th century and view the home of Washington Irving through a child’s eyes. Explore Sunnyside as a family home, specially set with period toys and children’s clothing. Stay before or after your tour to play games, race through a scavenger hunt, try on period clothing (photo-op!), and participate in hands-on-activities. This week's theme: Writing and Children's Literature We strongly recommend purchasing tickets for this program in advance as capacity is limited. 
Thursday, August 14, 21, 28 @ 2pm
Stories in the Garden [link]
Wave Hill, Bronx

Each week in July and August, Wave Hill educators share some of their favorite nature stories, bringing these classics and more to life through interactive readings, sing-alongs and puppets. Ideal for children ages 3 to 6 and their adult companions. Stories in the Garden take place at 2PM, outdoors in good weather. In inclement weather we meet in Wave Hill House. Free with admission to the grounds.
Thursday, August 21 from 6pm - 8pm
Fit the Battle [link]
Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art
Fit the Battle is a performance and commemoration created for Peekskill, NY that honors the legacy of singer, Civil Rights activist, actor and athlete Paul Robeson and his celebrated baritone voice. The piece uses monumental sculpture and the largest ever gathering of Baritone Saxophones to immortalize the fervor and spirit of this critical figure of American history and his global reaching vision of unity.
Thursday, August 21
Sounds of Summer: New Music Documentaries [link]
Jacob Burns
Brasslands Aug 21
Ndiphilela Ukucula: I Live to Sing Aug 25
Tosca's Kiss Aug 26
Everything is Forever Aug 27
20,000 Days on Earth Aug 28
Thursday, August 21 from 6pm - 9pm
FINAL: Jazz Age Evenings: Cocktails, Concerts,
and Dancing [link]

New York Botanical Gardens, Bronx

The Garden comes alive in the spirit of the Jazz Age with live music performances, dancing, and cocktails.
Fridays from 10am - 4pm
Dobbs Ferry Farmers Market [link]
Cedar Street
(Fridays thru November 21)
Friday, August 22 @ 2pm
Creative Workshops-for kids [link]
Blue Door Gallery, Yonkers
"One man's junk is another's man's treasure."
Art can be created of just about anything you can imagine(or find laying around your home).
Junk Construction is a FREE event where children use recycled materials to make whatever he/she could imagine. This is a way children will start to use critical thinking skills, revise and express their own ideas.
Facilitator: Naomi Towers
Naomi Gams-Towers is a retired teacher from Mamaroneck Public Schools. She Taught there for 33 years.
Friday, August 22 from 6:30pm - 8pm
Live Music -- Claire Daly Quartet. Monk
Project & More!! [link]

Pierson Park, W. Main St. at the Hudson River, Tarrytown

Presented by Jazz Forum Arts. Five, free Friday evening performances, presented in association with the Village of Tarrytown Parks & Recreation Department at the newly redesigned Pierson Park.
August 29: Bob Mover Quartet, Bird's Birthday Bash
Friday, August 22, 29 from 6:30pm - 8pm
Jazz, Blues, & More @ Dusk [link]
Yonkers Waterfront Amphitheater

Free Summer Concert Series. Download flyer for details. (Also
Friday, August 22 from 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Music in the Park: Jon Doty & Friends.
Jazz & Contemporary download flyer [link]

Lasdon Park

Gerard Carelli Musicians, American Popular Standards. Selections from 50s, 60s & 70s.
Bring a blanket or lawn chair -- kick back and enjoy the music and friends! $5 per person (including children).
Friday, August 22 @ 8pm
Bernie Williams [link]
Paramount Hudson Valley, Peekskill
*Premium Meet & Greet tickets are available! Meet Bernie Williams after the show by purchasing Premium price tier tickets in the front row for $100. Throughout Williams' years with The Yankees, his passion for music never waned, and the sound of a guitar would often be heard emanating from the clubhouse or during team flights. Whether acoustic or electric, a guitar was a constant presence in the star's locker or equipment bag, and it was no surprise in 2003 when he demonstrated how serious his musical pursuit was with the release of his first album, The Journey Within. The record featured fusions of jazz, rock and the tropical rhythms of Williams' heritage and was met with both strong critical praise and instant chart success- reaching #3 on Billboard's "Contemporary Jazz Chart."
Friday, August 22 @ 8:30pm
Finding Nemo [link]
Philipse Manor Hall State Historic Site, 29 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers

Philipse Manor Hall concludes Movies Under the Stars, a series of family-friendly movies shown on a big screen on the Manor Hall's back lawn. Swim down the Saw Mill River to Philipse Manor Hall to watch the classic film, Finding Nemo. The adventure continues when Marlin, a timid clownfish, journeys through the Great Barrier Reef to find his son. It's up to Marlin and his friendly but forgetful regal blue tang fish Dory to bring Nemo home -- meeting vegetarian sharks, surfer dude turtles, hypnotic jellyfish, hungry seagulls, and more along the way.This film is rated G. Finding Nemo will begin at 8:30 p.m. and end around 10:30 p.m. Visitors are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets to sit on. Admission is free. Parking for the Manor Hall is located in the adjacent municipal lot at 45 Warburton Avenue. The movie will be shown inside in the case of inclement weather. For information or questions, please call (914) 965-4027 x105.
Saturdays from 8:30am - 1:30pm
Hastings Farmers Market [link]
Hastings Library Parking Lot, Hastings

Summer Market resumes! Every Saturday through November.
Saturdays from 8:30am – 1pm (thru Nov 22)
Tarrytown Farmers Market [link]
Patriot's Park on N. Broadway (Rt. 9)
Now in its 6th year, the market has expanded with even more vendors!
Saturdays
Hartsdale Farmers Market
DeSanti Plaza, across from the E. Hartsdale
Metro North Train Station

Live Music
Saturday, August 23 & Sunday, August 24 from 1pm - 4pm
Make a Feathered Cape [link]
Hudson river Museum, Yonkers
Look at Mandy Greer's bird designs and create your own feathered cape.
August 30, 31
September 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28
Stars and Moons on a String
Make celestial shapes from yarn décor, buttons, sequins, beads, and mirrors.
Teaching Artist here September 7!
Saturday, August 23 & Sunday, August 24 from 1pm - 4pm
Stars and Moons on a String [link]
Hudson River Museum, Yonkers
Make celestial shapes from yarn décor, buttons, sequins, beads, and mirrors.Teaching Artist here August 3 and September 7! (Also on August 30, 31, September 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28)
Saturday, August 23 @ 2pm
Meet the Animals [link]
Greenburgh Nature Center, Scardale

A naturalist presents an informative program that allows you to get up close and hands-on with some of the Nature Center's live animals! What wild fun will you have today? FREE for members, Non-members $8
Saturday, August 23 from 5pm - 7pm
Opening Reception: Salon des REfUSE [link]
Garrison Art Center

Curated by Thomas Huber. Salon des REfUSE features artists from the lower Hudson Valley, who work with found objects and industrial materials. In transcending everyday materials into art, the artists act as tricksters – forcing viewers to confront and reconsider the objects out of context. The title of the show makes reference to the exhibition "Salon des refusés" of 1863, an exhibition in Paris of paintings refused by the French Academy, where the 19th century trickster Edouard Manet created a scandal with his painting "Le dejuener sur l'herbe". While many paintings favored by the Academy included nude women, the nudes were all in a biblical or mythological context and followed the Academy conventions of romantic otherworldly settings. Manet's nude however, was picnicking in a Parisian park with men in contemporary dress, mocking the conventional Academy art. The show runs through September 7.
Saturday, August 23, doors open @ 7:30pm
LoHud Comedy:
Brian McCann's Leisure Hour [link]

The Turning Point, 468 Piermont Ave. Piermont

A groundbreaking, alcohol-fueled, one- man variety show. The funniest shows in the Lower Hudson Valley! Brian McCann, winner of the prime time Emmy Award and six Writer's Guild Awards for outstanding comedy writing, brings his many talents to the stage with his new one man show. Having written for Conan O'Brien for 17 years, Brian is best known for his hundreds of appearances as characters including: Robot on the Toilet, Preparation H. Raymond, The Guywith Bullet Proof Legs, Minty the Candy Cane, and the omnipresent man in the audience constantly interrupting the show. Brian has now teamed up with LoHud Comedy and director Michael Delaney, to present his first stage show in 10 years...
Saturdays @ 7:30pm
Worldfest 2014 [link]
Untermyer Park, 945 N. Bway, Yonkers (just south of the Hastings Border)

The Untermyer Performing Arts Council is proud to announce its summer performance series for 2014, held every Saturday at 7:30 pm in Untermyer Park. Remember to bring lawn chairs and picnic blankets, and come by early to tour the garden. Rain Site: Call 914 375-3435 - After 2PM Performance date, Untermyer.org
The events are admission free and open to the public.
08/23 Lori Belilove & The Isadora Duncan Dance Company's "Viva Isadora"
08/30 Sounds of Korea: Korean Cultural Center
09/06 "Broadway on Broadway" Revue: Broadway and Westchester Talents God Bless America!
Sunday, August 24 @ 11:30am
Teaching Trails: A Community Path for Environmental Education [link]
Greenburgh Nature Center, Scardale

(with generous support from Con Edison) - Guided Trail Experience through the woodland forest. Discover who left that track, which tree makes the best animal home, or which mushrooms make the best dinner. Program runs approximately 45 minutes. FREE!
Sunday, August 24 from 1pm - 4pm
Make a Feathered Cape [link]
Hudson river Museum, Yonkers
Look at Mandy Greer's bird designs and create your own feathered cape.
August 30, 31
September 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28
Stars and Moons on a String
Make celestial shapes from yarn décor, buttons, sequins, beads, and mirrors.
Teaching Artist here September 7!
Sunday, August 24 from 1pm - 4pm
Stars and Moons on a String [link]
Hudson River Museum, Yonkers
Make celestial shapes from yarn décor, buttons, sequins, beads, and mirrors.Teaching Artist here August 3 and September 7! (Also on August 30, 31, September 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28)
Sunday, August 24 @ 2pm
Worm Bin [link]
Greenburgh Nature Center, Scardale

Worms are a great way to compost your food waste indoors all year round. Learn to make your own worm bin by upcycling a disposable styrofoam cooler. Pre-registration required and closes one week prior to event. Fee per bin; Members $12, Non-members $15
Sunday, August 24 from 2pm - 4pm
Art & Science Sunday [link]
The Science Barge, Yonkers
Art and Science Sundays, a mainstay of the Barge’s summer activities, runs from 2-4 pm every Sunday at the Yonkers waterfront from July through October. Games and activities are geared towards children aged 4 to 10 and relate to nutrition, botany, the Hudson River, and renewable energy, among other topics. The program is sponsored by the Junior League of Bronxville.
The full schedule is as follows:
August 24: Totally Tissue Flourishing Flowers
August 31: Create & Launch Japanese Fish Sock Kites
September 7: Blue Crab Blitz
September 14: Grow & Go Take-Home Garden & Plant Part Puzzle
September 21: Fishy Origami
September 28: Blowing in the Wind—Build Your Own Wind Turbine
October 5: The Bee’s Knees Recycling Art
October 12: Grow & Go Take-Home Garden & Blue Crab Catch
October 19: Real Deal Fish Printing
October 26: Jack-O-Lantern Painting
Sunday, August 24 @ 4pm
Music in the Mansion:
Music from Across the Pond" [link]

Lyndhurst

The MUSIC FROM COPLAND HOUSE ensemble returns to Lyndhurst for a concert that brings together Aaron Copland and Benjamin Britten, the two leading composers of 20th century America and England, respectively. The afternoon features Britten's spectacular Cello Sonata of 1965, a musical landmark composed for Mstislav Rostropovich, and Copland's exquisite Violin Sonata of 1943, composed just before his "Appalachian Spring." Filling out the program is the breathtaking Piano Trio (1998) by two-time Copland House resident Pierre Jalbert, winner of the BBC's prestigious MasterPrize and one of America's leading young composers. Music from Copland House's stellar artists include violinist Curtis Macomber, cellist Wilhelmina Smith, and pianist Michael Boriskin.
Sunday, August 24 @ 4pm
Tours: Untermyer Gardens Conservancy [link]
Untermyer Gardens , 945 North Broadway, Yonkers

Public tours are given by docents on weekend days (see below for schedule). Please join us at the 945 North Broadway Parking lot for a 90 minute tour of the gardens. No reservations are required. We request a ten dollar donation for each individual on the tour. Children twelve and under are free. As the tour goes down the Vista Steps and then back up a woodland path to the Temple of Love, we suggest sturdy shoes. Strollers are not advised for the tours. Dates/times: Aug 24 @ 4pm, Aug 31 @ 11am. Check website for add'l Fall dates.
Sunday, August 24 @ 7:30pm
Spuyten Duyvil [link]
Town Crier Cafe, Beacon

Spuyten Duyvil is an Americana powerhouse rising rapidly through the vibrant Northeast music scene. On Sunday, August 24th 2014, they bring tightly crafted songs, stellar musicianship and soaring vocal harmonies to The Town Crier Cafe in Beacon NY. The concert is a special double bill with world renowned Metropolitan Klezmer, promising a high energy evening that's sure to bring the audience to their feet.
Monday, August 25
Sounds of Summer
New Music Documentaries:
Ndiphilela Ukucula: I Live to Sin [link]

Jacob Burns
Tosca's Kiss Aug 26
Everything is Forever Aug 27
20,000 Days on Earth Aug 28
Tuesday, August 26 from 7pm - 10pm
Barleyville [link]
The Mill, Hastings
Barleyville is the musical duo of Rik Mercaldi (guitars & vocals) and John Neidhart (bass & vocals). We play old songs that we like ( & some we write). We're also members of the Roots/Americana band Spuyten Duyvil.
Tuesday, August 26
Sounds of Summer
New Music Documentaries: Tosca's Kiss [link]

Jacob Burns
Everything is Forever Aug 27
20,000 Days on Earth Aug 28
Wednesdays from 3:30pm - 7pm
Irvington Farmers Market [link]
Main Street School Parking Lot
Wednesday, August 27
Sounds of Summer
New Music Documentaries:
Everything is Forever [link]

Jacob Burns
20,000 Days on Earth Aug 28
 
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Take Me to the River
Music & Arts Festival
[link]
Draper Park, Hastings
Sat, Sept 6 from 12noon - 10pm
Rain date Sun, Sept 7
Celebrate The End of Summer!
Hudson Valley’s Premier Outdoor
Summer Festival
Two Stages, 21 Bands, Big Art, Fun Kids Activities And Community
Delicious, Locally Sourced Food + Drink from 12+ Vendors
Reducing Carbon Footprint with Solar Stage, Recycling Centers and more


Live Butterfly Exhibit EXTENDED FOR ONE WEEK

Where: Greenburgh Nature Center
When: Now through August 10 from 10AM-3PM (CLOSED FRIDAYS)
How Much: Free for members and children under 2; $9 for adults, $8 for seniors/students, $7 for children ages 2-12.

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Take Me to the River
Music & Arts Festival
[link]
Draper Park, Hastings
Sat, Sept 6 from 12noon - 10pm
Rain date Sun, Sept 7

Celebrate The End of Summer!
Hudson Valley’s Premier Outdoor
Summer Festival

Two Stages, 21 Bands, Big Art, Fun Kids Activities And Community
Delicious, Locally Sourced Food + Drink from 12+ Vendors
Reducing Carbon Footprint with Solar Stage, Recycling Centers and more


Spoken Interludes: Fall 2014 [link]
Riverview, One Warburton Ave, Hastings
Tuesday, September 9, Wednesday, October 8, Monday, November 3, Wednesday, December 3
Produced by DeLauné Michel. Supper Buffet 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Spoken Interludes 7:30 – 8:30 writers read with a Q&A. Book signing 8:30 - 9:00. Books sold by The Village Book Store of Pleasantville. $25 at the door for Chutney Masala (cash or checks). Reservations: rsvp@spokeninterludes.com
Tuesday, September 9th
Bestselling, critically-acclaimed author, journalist, & lecturer Gail Sheehy reads from her new book, Daring: My Passages
Bestselling, critically-acclaimed writer, editor, & publisher Michael Korda reads from his new book, Clouds of Glory: The Life and Legend of Robert E. Lee
Best-selling writer/blogger/cook Jenny Rosenstrach reads from her new book, Dinner: The Playbook: A 30-Day Plan for Mastering the Art of the Family Meal
Wednesday, October 8th
#1 New York Times best-selling, award-winning writer Wally Lamb reads from his new novel, We Are Water
Critically-acclaimed debut writer Vanessa Manko reads from her new novel, The Invention of Exile
Award-winning writer Peggy Rambach reads from her new novel, The Lons
Monday, November 3rd
Co-anchor of Nightline and the weekend editions of Good Morning America Dan Harris reads from his new book, 10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works – A True Story
Editor-in-Chief of Food & Wine magazine, Dana Cowin reads from her new book, Mastering My Mistakes in the Kitchen: 65 Great Chefs Teach Me How to Cook
Award-winning, best-selling writer Kathryn Harrison reads from her new book, Joan of Arc: A Life Transfigured
Wednesday, December 3rd
Best-selling, critically-acclaimed writer, chef extraordinaire and owner of NYC's lauded restaurant Prune, Gabrielle Hamilton reads from her new book, Prune
Best-selling writer Jane Green reads from her new novel, Tempting Fate
Bestselling writer Jean Hanff Korelitz reads from her new novel, You Should Have Known


Sounds of Summer: New Music Documentaries [link]
Jacob Burns
Being Alone: A Porches Tour Documentary Aug 20
Brasslands Aug 21
Ndiphilela Ukucula: I Live to Sing Aug 25
Tosca's Kiss Aug 26
Everything is Forever Aug 27
20,000 Days on Earth Aug 28


Art & Science Sunday on The Science Barge, Yonkers [link]
Art and Science Sundays, a mainstay of the Barge’s summer activities, runs from 2-4 pm every Sunday at the Yonkers waterfront from July through October. Games and activities are geared towards children aged 4 to 10 and relate to nutrition, botany, the Hudson River, and renewable energy, among other topics. The program is sponsored by the Junior League of Bronxville.
The full schedule is as follows:
August 24: Totally Tissue Flourishing Flowers
August 31: Create & Launch Japanese Fish Sock Kites
September 7: Blue Crab Blitz
September 14: Grow & Go Take-Home Garden & Plant Part Puzzle
September 21: Fishy Origami
September 28: Blowing in the Wind—Build Your Own Wind Turbine
October 5: The Bee’s Knees Recycling Art
October 12: Grow & Go Take-Home Garden & Blue Crab Catch
October 19: Real Deal Fish Printing
October 26: Jack-O-Lantern Painting

SUMMER MARKETS:
Visit our Seasonal page [link] for start dates for the Rivertown Farmers Markets

15th Annual Dobbs Ferry
Summer Music Series:
Final Night, Wed, Aug 20 [link]
Peter Brainin & Talking Drum

Wednesdays from 6:30pm - 8pm
Estherwood Mansion at The Masters School, Clinton Avenue, Dobbs Ferry

Presented by Jazz Forum Arts, in association with the Village of Dobbs Ferry & The Masters School, and co-sponsored by RiverArts. Due to ongoing construction at Waterfront Park this year, our ten, free Wednesday evening concerts will be held on the lawn in front of the beautiful Estherwood Mansion at The Masters School, Clinton Avenue, Dobbs Ferry, NY. Indoors at Estherwood in event of rain. Estherwood is a late 19th-century mansion located on the campus of The Masters School in Dobbs Ferry, New York, United States. It was the home of industrial tycoon James Jenning McComb, who supported Masters financially in its early years when his daughters attended. The house's octagonal library was the first section built. It had been attached to McComb's previous home, but he had felt it deserved a house more in keeping with its style and so had architect Albert Buchman design Estherwood built around it.

Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival [link]
Boscobel House and Gardens
through August 31
** Othello by William Shakespeare
Directed by Christopher V. Edwards
Othello, newly married to Desdemona, is appointed leader of a major military operation. Iago, passed over for promotion by Othello in favor of the younger Cassio, persuades Othello that Cassio and Desdemona are having an affair, with devastating consequences.
The Two ** Gentlemen of Verona by William Shakespeare.

Directed by Eric Tucker.
Shakespeare's take on friendship, young love, constancy and fickleness, this romantic comedy takes us from the courtly world of Verona and Milan to the wildness of the forest where, it seems, anything can happen.
** The Liar by David Ives
Adapted from the comedy by Pierre Corneille. Directed by Russell Treyz
Take one young man who cannot tell the truth, his manservant who cannot tell a lie, add two beautiful young women, a jealous lover and then sit back to enjoy the hilarious consequences in David Ives' brilliantly witty adaptation of this classic comedy.

Tours: Untermyer Gardens Conservancy [link]
Dates/times: Aug 24 @ 4pm, Aug 31 @ 11am.Check website for add'l Fall dates.
Untermyer Gardens , 945 North Broadway, Yonkers
Public tours are given by docents on weekend days (see below for schedule). Please join us at the 945 North Broadway Parking lot for a 90 minute tour of the gardens. No reservations are required. We request a ten dollar donation for each individual on the tour. Children twelve and under are free. As the tour goes down the Vista Steps and then back up a woodland path to the Temple of Love, we suggest sturdy shoes. Strollers are not advised for the tours.

FALL COMMUNITY MUSIC WEEK
September 6th-13th, 2014

The Music Conservatory of Westchester will offer tours of its facility, free classes, and group lesson observations. Classes included Music Skills (K – 3rd grade), Adult/Youth Chorus, Jazz and Rock Jam, Brass Ensemble, World Percussion, Intro to Piano, Musical Theatre (Teen/Youth), String Ensemble, and Chamber Strings.

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