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Capitol Theatre, Port Chester [link]
Emelin Theatre, Mamaroneck [link]
Irvington Town Hall Theater [link]
Paramount, Peekskill [link]
Tarrytown Music Hall [link]
Westchester County Center [link]
Monday, February 17 @ 10am & 2pm
The Royal Hanneford Circus | Westchester County Center, White Plains
The Royal Hanneford is a traditional three-ring circus complete with exotic animals, high flyers, dare devils, comedy and all the excitement that comes from the frenetic pace of international stars performing under the spotlight an
Monday, February 17 from 1pm–2pm
Maple Sugar at Home | Greenburgh Nature Center
Participants will travel back in time to discover the history of maple sugaring with several stops along the way. Native American, colonial, and some modern day techniques are demonstrated at our outdoor sugaring sites. You’ll also learn how easy sugaring is to do in your own kitchen!
Monday, February 17 @ 4:30pm
Award-winning poet Jericho Brown | Purchase College in the Humanities Theatre, 735 Anderson Hill Road
The event is part of the Durst Distinguished Lecture Series, a treasured cultural offering that brings leading literary figures to the Westchester community.
Tuesday, February 18 @ 7:30pm
Uptown Showdown: Realists vs. Optimists | Symphony Space, UWS, NYC
While optimists see the sunny side, realists know excess UV exposure leads to skin cancer. During this Uptown Showdown, limitless potential meets the bottom line. And no, realists aren’t pessimists—they just know positive thinking alone won’t fix global warming.
Wednesdays, February 19 & 26 @ 2pm
Wednesday Movies | Warner Library, Tarrytown
February 19, 2pm/ Joker (2019)/ In Gotham City, mentally troubled comedian Arthur Fleck is disregarded and mistreated by society. He then embarks on a downward spiral of revolution and bloody crime. Stars: Joaquin Phoenix, Robert De Niro, Zazie Beetz R, 2h 2min, Crime, Drama.
February. 26, 2 pm/ A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019)/ Based on the true story of a real-life friendship between Fred Rogers and journalist Tom Junod. Stars: Tom Hanks, Matthew Rhys, Chris Cooper 1h 49 min Biography, Drama
Thursday, February 20 @ 2pm
NT Live’s Cyrano De Bergerac | Jacob Burns
Broadcast Live. 2020. 180 m. Jamie Lloyd. ByExperience. UK. English. Rated R. James McAvoy (It Chapter Two, Dark Phoenix) returns to the stage in an inventive new adaptation of Cyrano de Bergerac, broadcast live to cinemas from the London’s West End. Fierce with a pen and notorious in combat, Cyrano almost has it all – if only he could win the heart of his true love Roxane. There’s just one big problem: he has a nose as huge as his heart. Will a society engulfed by narcissism get the better of Cyrano – or can his mastery of language set Roxane’s world alight? Edmond Rostand’s masterwork is adapted by Martin Crimp and directed by Jamie Lloyd (Betrayal). This classic play will be brought to life with linguistic ingenuity to celebrate Cyrano’s powerful and resonant resistance against overwhelming odds.
Thursday, February 20 @ 7pm
Ossining Documentary and Discussion: The Trials of Constance Baker Motley | Special Location: Sing Sing Kill Brewery, Ossining
It is our mission to bring our community together to watch, enjoy and engage in conversations about documentaries. We choose documentaries we hope will open our eyes collectively to issues that are important to our lives in Ossining. At these free screenings, we will have a panel of experts available to answer questions and facilitate our discussion.
Thursday, February 20 @ 9pm
Rick MacLaine/Takaaki Otomo/John Lang | Downstairs at Divino Cucina Italiana, Hastings
First Name Basis is a jazz music series happening every Thursday night at The Speakeasy, a brand new intimate, sophisticated room with a wonderful riverside view, located downstairs at Divino Cucina Italiana,
through March 5
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.
through March 15
“Surrealistic Photo-Composites” in Dobbs Ferry | Donald Gallery, South Church, Dobbs Ferry
Features artist David Rabinowitz’s look at dream images through the lens of surrealistic photo-composites/montages.
through May 9
Urban Suburban: Photographers Respond to a Changing Dream | Radius, The Gallery at Arc Stages, Pleasantville
Featuring Randy Matusow, Gina Randazzo, Chris Rivera.
Monday, February 24 @ 1pm
Mostly Morning Music | Dobbs Ferry Woman’s Club, 54 Clinton Avenue
Yolanda Johnson, soprano Michael Eisenberg, piano. On Monday, February 24, at 1:00PM, the Hudson Valley Music Club will present Yolanda F. Johnson, soprano (accompanist to be named later), who will perform a program in honor of Black History Month. Yolanda will perform Spirituals and Art Songs.
Monday, February 24, March 9 & April 6 @ 8pm
Music Movie Mondays | Garcia’s, Port Chester
YoFiFest is partnering with The Capitol Theatre to present a new film series featuring musicians, bands, concerts and stories with great soundtracks. It’s a great chance to see old favorites and new discoveries that are not shown very often (and to hear them on a killer sound system)! February 24: THE GRATEFUL DEAD MOVIE March 9: THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT (featuring THE WHO) April 6: GIMME SHELTER (featuring THE ROLLING STONES)
Tuesday, February 25 @ 9:45am
Trail Transformation | The O’Hara Center, Irvington
Presented by the Garden Club of Irvington. Free event.
Wednesday, February 26 from 8am–10am
Big Ideas: Conversational Commerce | Westchester County Center
Jerry Maurer will share his turnkey system to attract new customers and increase repeat business using Facebook, email, texting and chatbots.
Wednesday, February 26 @ 11:30am
Storytime | Hudson River Museum, Yonkers
Celebrate the work of author and artist Faith Ringgold and create a mosaic story quilt to take home. Ages 0–5. Free, no general admission required.
Wednesday, February 26 @ 2pm
Wednesday Movies | Warner Library, Tarrytown
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019)/ Based on the true story of a real-life friendship between Fred Rogers and journalist Tom Junod. Stars: Tom Hanks, Matthew Rhys, Chris Cooper 1h 49 min Biography, Drama
Wednesday, February 26 @ 4:30pm
Burke Rehabilitation Hospital Brain Bee | Burke’s campus, 785 Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains
High school students who aspire to pursue careers as brain surgeons or neuroscience researchers will have an exciting opportunity to compete in the 9th annual Brain Bee
Wednesday, February 26 from 7pm–8:30pm
The Impact of Substance Use on Academic Performance | Irvington Public Library
All members of the community are invited to join the Irvington About Safe Kids – Community Advisory Board (iASK-CAB) for a valuable presentation: “The Impact of Substance Use on Academic Performance” by Dr. Amelia Arria. The presentation will focus on Dr. Arria’s most recent research that has clarified the impact of substance use, particularly excessive drinking and marijuana use, on academic achievement.
Thursday, February 27 from 6pm–9pm
EngageAsia Film+Maker Series: Mrs. Judo | Aligned Center, Irvington
On July 28, 2011, Keiko Fukuda Sensei broke through a glass ceiling for women when she was awarded the pinnacle of judo, the 10th degree black belt. Fukuda is the first and only woman to hold this honor.
Friday, February 28 @ 3:30pm & 5:45pm
True Justice: Bryan Stevenson’s Fight for Equality | YoFi, Yonkers
In the last half-century, America has become the nation with the highest rate of incarceration in the world, authorized the execution of hundreds of condemned prisoners and continued to struggle to recover from a long history of racial injustice.
Friday, February 28 from 6pm–8:30pm
Opening Reception: Shattered, Glassworks Exhibit | Blue Door Gallery, Yonkers
Curated by Luis Perleman and Michele Amaro
Exhibition Dates: February 28 – March 28
Friday, February 28 from 6pm–9pm
9th Annual Black History Concert | Yonkers Riverfront Library
Commemorating 400 years of Inequality Trough Song. Free and open to the public. Presented by Christopher A. Johnson and Yonkers City Council Member Tasha Diaz.
Friday, February 28 @ 7pm
Friends of the Irvington Library Spelling Bee | Irvington Town Hall Theater
Back by popular demand, the beloved Friends of the Irvington Library Spelling Bee returns for its eleventh run! This community-wide favorite features thrilling competition between teams representing their neighborhoods, schools, places of worship, organizations, employers, or just themselves. Tickets to this buzzworthy, sell-out event will go quickly, so order now! All proceeds support the Irvington Public Library.
Friday, February 28 @ 7:30pm
Radio Prison | Upstream Gallery, Hastings
Radio Prison is Bill Reeve – drums, David Hamburger – bass, John McDermott – guitar/vocals, and Richard Lobovsky – keyboards/vocals and Erik Blicker – guitar/vocals.
Friday, February 28 @ 8pm
Lotus Land & Awaken – A Tribute to the Music of Rush & YES | Tarrytown Music Hall
Two incredible bands in one night! With an unparalleled performance, The American RUSH Tribute Lotus Land brings the force of live Rush to life on stage.
Friday, February 28 @ 8pm
Anne Carpenter and Peter Calo | Schoolhouse Theater
The Music of Joni Mitchell and Paul Simon
Saturday, February 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.
Saturday, February 29 from 1pm–2:30pm
Fact and Fiction: The American Revolution in Pop Culture | Irvigton Library
Follow the link above for information and to register. Free but space is limited.
Saturday, February 29 @ 1pm, 3pm & 5pm
Black History Month Showcase | YoFi DMAC, Yonkers
Join us for our annual short films showcase featuring stories about the black experience. Follow the link to see the various schedules.
Saturday, February 29 @ 6:30pm
OAC Souper Supper–3 | Steamer Gallery, 117 Main St., Ossining
Live Music by the Deuces. Come and enjoy several varieties of warm, hearty homemade soup served in handmade ceramic bowls at our 2nd annual fundraiser. $25 per member ($30 for non-members) buys you a delicious serving of homemade soup, served in a unique handmade bowl that’s yours to keep! Plus salad, bread, beverage, and dessert!
Saturday, February 29 from 7pm–9:30pm
An Evening of Music, Dance & Conversation | ArtsWestchester
In celebration of Black History Month, join us for an unforgettable evening of music and dance with four family ensembles as they perform and discuss the meaning of kinship, tradition and the arts.
Saturday, February 29 @ 7:30pm
“In the Next Room (Or the Vibrator Play)” by Sarah Ruhl | Irvington Theater
Presented by River’s Edge Theatre Company. Staged reading to benefit Equality Now. Directed by Sara Wolkowitz. Set in the 1880s at the dawn of the age of electricity and based on the bizarre historical fact that doctors used vibrators to treat ‘hysterical’ women (and some men), the play centers on a doctor and his wife and how his new therapy affects their entire household.
Saturday, February 29 @ 7:30pm
The Music of Tom Waits | Common Ground Coffeehouse, Old Jackson, Hastings
VickiKristinaBarcelona is Rachelle Garniez, Amanda Homi and Terry Radigan, a power trio of seasoned music veterans dedicated to re-imagining the songs of Tom Waits via inventive three-part harmonies and a treasure trove of instruments including banjos, bottles, squeezebox, and zills. They create a world of sound at once powerful, playful and poignant.
Saturday, February 29 @ 8pm
The High Kings | Tarrytown Music Hall
he High Kings are charting a new course for Irish ballad music – equal parts rousing and reflective, energetic and insightful. They are marking out a new and bright era for Irish folk music, and aiming to bring us along for the journey.
Saturday, February 29 @ 8pm
Led Zeppelin Tribute Lez Zeppelin performs Physical Graffiti + More | Paramount Hudson Valley
Founded in 2004 by New York guitarist, Steph Paynes, the All-Girl Quartet, Lez Zeppelin, has since gained unanimous critical acclaim as one of the most exciting live acts around, becoming the first female rock act to pay homage to Led Zeppelin!
Sunday, March 1 from 2pm–5pm
Opening Reception: TB Ward | Upstream Gallery, Hastings
These new works emerged on the back of a series of plein air paintings I made in the UK in 2017 & 18. Solo show through March 22.
Sunday, March 1 @ 7pm
Squeeze – The Squeeze Songbook Tour | Tarrytown Music Hall
The UK legends play their extensive list of hits as well as rare, lesser-known gems from their back catalogue and solo careers. Squeeze first formed in 1973, shortly after Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook had begun their songwriting partnership, brought together by an ad in a sweetshop window.
Tuesday, March 3 from 8:30am–10am
LWV Presents-Protecting Yourself From Identity Theft & Scams | Community Center, Main Street, Hastings
Follow the link above to download the flyer.
Tuesday, March 3 @ 7:30pm
Winter 2020 Comedy Open Mics | Dobbs Ferry Library
“Following a traditional Comedy Open Mic format, comedians new and old – who want to work on new jokes, change old jokes, or just experiment – sign up and get 5 minutes apiece to perform. *Pre-registration required* Call the Library (914-693-6614) or email TDeery@wlsmail.org to sign up and in case of inclement weather. All attendees are encouraged to perform! Intended for audience 18+”
Thursday, March 5 @ 8pm
An Intimate Evening of Songs and Stories with Graham Nash | Tarrytown Music Hall
Legendary artist Graham Nash is a two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee – with Crosby, Stills, and Nash and with the Hollies. He was also inducted twice into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame, as a solo artist and with CSN, and he is a GRAMMY Award winner.
Thursday, March 5 @ 8pm
Johnn Scofield | Emelin Theatre
A one night only, solo performance. “Unconventional, joyous, virtuosic, timeless,” are just some of the terms used to describe the artistry of John Scofield. One of the principal innovators of modern jazz guitar, Scofield’s guitar work has influenced jazz since the late 70’s and continues to do so today.
Friday, March 6
Screening: The Brink | Irvington Theater
Irvington Theater will host an exclusive screening of the documentary The Brink on March 6, followed by a discussion with the film’s director Alison Klayman and New Yorker staff writer Andrew Marantz (author of Anti-Social: Online Extremists, Techno-Utopians, and the Hijacking of the American Conversation).
Friday, March 6 @ 7:30pm
Pop, Rock & Doo Wopp Live | Tarrytown Music Hall
Pop, Rock & Doo Wopp Live returns with Rock & Roll Hall of Famers The Flamingos, Rock & Roll Hall of Famers Charlie Thomas’ Drifters, The Chantels, The Shades of Blue, Joey Dee & the Starliters, Larry Chance & the Earls.
Friday, March 6 through March 15
Spanning the Centuries Music Festival | Hoff-Barthelson Music School
Celebrating music composed between 1750 and 1950. The Festival, featuring music of the great Germanic composers from the Classical, Romantic and Modern eras, as well as masters from other lands, includes student recitals and instrumental and choral ensemble concerts.
Saturday, March 7 from 9am–1pm
Hastings Winter Farmers Market | James Harmon Community Center
Indoors: March 21, April 4 & 18. Back outdoors in the Library Lot: May 2 & 16.
Saturday, March 7 from 10am–1pm
Mobile Shredder | Green Street Parking Lot, Tarrytown
Now you can safely destroy unwanted personal papers and documents. First come, first served.
Saturday, March 7 from 12pm–3pm
New York Camp Fair | YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester, 515 North Street,White Plains
Meet the directors and representatives of some of the best day camps and sleep away camps all under one roof. Ask all your questions in person. Sending your child to camp is a big decision – make sure you select the right camp! Being informed will help you make the right decision. Children are welcome to attend. Join us for this FREE event!
Saturday, March 7 @ 8pm
Darlingside | Irvington Town all Theater
Hope arrives in the form of Darlingside’s signature superpower harmonies, drawing frequent comparisons to late-60’s era groups like Crosby, Stills & Nash; Simon & Garfunkel; and The Byrds. Presented by Common Ground Concerts.
Saturday, March 7 @ 8pm
Dana Fuchs | Emelin Theatre
Hailed as the new Janis Joplin even before she played the legendary rock icon in the off-Broadway musical Love, Janis, Dana Fuchs is a raspy-voiced, blues-rock-soul singer-songwriter whose versatile career has embraced music, theater and film.
Sunday, March 8, 15, 22 @ 10am
Sunday Morning Cinema | Emelin Theatre
The next session of Sunday Morning Cinema begins this February, and will screen six pre-release, critically-acclaimed independent films from around the world. Films span a wide range of genre and subject matter including the very best in foreign and documentary film, and are specially curated by club programmer David Schwartz. Titles of the films are not known prior to screening which adds to the fun. Members are invited to remain after the film to join in a Q&A with David and special guest(s).
Sunday, March 8, 15, 22 & 29 from 11am–3pm
The Souk | The Outside In, 249 Ferdon Avenue, Piermont
The SOUK is a spin on traditional markets, featuring food and artisan vendors in a gallery / cafe / greenhouse for customers to shop, linger and eat. Expect traditional provisions, ready-to-eat-now, and take-home foods with a variety of organic, vegan, raw and gluten-free choices featuring foods from around the world along with specialty coffee and tea drinks from our Espresso Bar is where customers can come to eat brunch near the wood stove and enjoy the afternoon amongst an unrivaled collection of Hudson Valley art and craft.
Sunday, March 8 @ 3pm
Chamber Music Concert to benefit Midnight Run & Music Kitchen | South Pres Church, Dobbs Ferry
RiverArts and Music Kitchen partner up to preview a Carnegie Hall Presents concert. Created by Music Kitchen’s founder and Director, Kelly Hall-Tompkins, this concert will introduce our audience to some of the 15 commissioned works based on words from homeless shelter clients. The proceeds from this concert will support Midnight Run and Music Kitchen.
Sunday, March 8 @ 7pm
Whindersson Nunes | Tarrytown Music Hall
Comedian, actor, singer and YouTube star Whindersson Nunes is the most popular comedian in his native Brazil and one of the most popular comedians in the world. Born in Bom Jesus do Piauí, he started making funny videos and parodies for his YouTube channel when he was 15 and earned a large amount of fans and followers in Brazil. This show is performed in Portuguese.
Monday, March 10 @ 11am
Mostly Morning Concert | 54 Clinton Avenue, Dobbs Ferry, (Dobbs Ferry Woman’s Club)
The Hudson Valley Music Club present a Mostly Morning concert featuring the Hoff-Barthelson Flutes: Andrea Elkrief, Marjorie Hone, and Joseph Piscitelli performing trios by Hook and Feld. FREE
Friday, March 13 from 9am–1pm
WOW Conversations | Reid Castle, Manhattanville College, Purchase
Download the flyer for details.
Saturday, March 14, 28, April 11, 25, May 9, 23 from 9am–1pm
Irvington Winter Farmers Market | Main Street School
All of your favorite vendors will be there and we hope you will, too!
Saturday, March 14 from 4pm–8pm
Beer Fest | Westchester County Center, White Plains
The Beer Fest returns to the Westchester County Center featuring over 200 craft beers, local breweries, micro brew. Performance by Shilelagh Law.
Saturday, March 14 @ 7pm, Sunday, March 15 & 22 @ 2pm, Saturday, March 21 @ 1pm & 7pm
Matilda | Irvington Theater
Presented by Clocktower Players, Adult Troupe. The Tony-winning Matilda The Musical is the captivating masterpiece that revels in the anarchy of childhood and the power of imagination. It’s the inspiring story of a special little girl who, armed with a sharp mind and extraordinary resourcefulness dares to take a stand and change her own destiny. This is a message that can’t wait! Children and adults alike will be thrilled and uplifted by this joyous girl power romp.
Saturday, March 14 @ 8pm
Melanie Kraut | Emelin Theatre
Melanie and her Broadway guest artists perform an incredible evening of music ranging from musical theatre standards to country to the screaming vocals of classic rock ’n’ roll. Her energy is contagious, and her powerful voice is electrifying on stage.
Sunday, March 15 from 11am–2pm
Salon Sunday | 145 Palisade Street, Dobbs Ferry
Presented by RiverArts. Open Sudios this month: Lindsay Harper duPont, Ellen Hopkins Fountain, Constanza Mallol, Monica Shulman & Evan Read
Sunday, March 15 @ 3pm
National Theater Live: A Midsummer Night’s Dream | Emelin Theatre
Shakespeare’s most famous romantic comedy will be captured live from the Bridge Theatre in London. Gwendoline Christie (“Game of Thrones”), Oliver Chris (“Green Wing,” NT Live: Young Marx), David Moorst (NT Live: Allelujah!) and Hammed Animashaun (Barber Shop Chronicles) lead the cast as Titania, Oberon, Puck and Bottom.
Sunday, March 15 from 4pm–6pm (through March 20)
Opening Reception: RiverArts Student Award Winners Exhibit | Hasitngs VIllage Hall
For twenty years, the RiverArts Senior Art Award has been given to one student at each of the Rivertowns high schools. Nominees are selected by their art teachers and the winners of the award receive $200 and the opportunity to exhibit their work at the Hastings Village Hall Gallery in the week preceding the RIverarts Annual Studio Tour Preview Show. With this award, RiverArts hopes to affirm the importance of arts education and to encourage these students’ commitment to pursuing a career in the arts.
Artists: Derex Vavra – Hastings • ErikaTotoro- Dobbs Ferry • Kate Weber – Ardsley • Katherina Kovalevskaya – Irvington • Ileana Knight – Tarrytown
Sunday, March 15 @ 7:30pm
Enter The Haggis | Paramount Hudson Valley
For the better part of two decades, Toronto’s Enter The Haggis has combined bagpipes and fiddles with a rock rhythm section to create a distinctively eclectic sound, praised by The Boston Globe, The Washington Post and Canada’s Globe and Mail.
Monday, March 16–March 29
Hudson Valley Restaurant Week | All Around the Hudson Valley
Click through to see the list or participating restaurants.
Friday, March 20 @ 7pm
Screening: Wasted | Irvington Theater
An exclusive screening of the award-winning feature film Wasted!, which exposes the criminality of food waste and how it’s directly contributing to climate change. The film will be followed by a panel discussion about local sustainability with Wasted director Nari Kye, Anne Jaffe Holmes (Irvington Food Scraps Program) and local activists and experts. Toasted Ale, Uglies Chips and Misfit produce will be served. This event is a preview of the Irvington Theater Environmental Festival (October 24-25).
Sunday, March 22, doors open @ 4pm, music @ 5pm
The Levins | House Concert, HOH location given at ticket purchase
We welcome back to our home THE LEVINS, whose latest album, Caravan of Dawn has been getting rave reviews. Their songwriting and harmonies on the album are full of joyous melodic and harmonic twists and delights. The album and some of the songs on it have made it to lots of Folk DJs Top 10 lists in 2019.
Friday, March 27 @ 8pm
Ultimate Tributes | Westchester County Center, White Plains
The Ultimate Tribute Series featuring some of the biggest tribute acts of today with VOYAGE – the Ultimate Journey Tribute Band featuring Hugo, The New York Bee Gees, and Songs In The Attic: the music of Billy Joel.
Saturday, March 28 @ 7:30pm
Session Americana | Common Ground Coffeehouse at the First Unitarian Society of Westchester, Hastings
Session Americana (Boston) is a rock band in a teacup, or possibly a folk band in a whiskey bottle. This band/collective of talented musicians crafts a musical experience unlike any other.
Tuesday, April 7, Boutique 11:30am, Luncheon 12pm
ArtsWestchester Arts Award Luncheon 2020 | Brae Burn Country Club
Come celebrate the extraordinary people and organizations whose vision, commitment and leadership have enriched the cultural life of Westchester.
Friday, April 10 @ 8pm
Dead on Live’s Jerry Garcia Show: Deep Cuts & Classics | Tarrytown Music Hall
Based on their unique approach of note for note renditions, Dead On Live has become nationally recognized as one of the standout acts on the scene today paying tribute to the music of the Grateful Dead.
Saturday, April 11 @ 8pm
Krishna Das | Tarrytown Music Hall
Join Krishna Das and friends for an evening of sacred kirtan music to benefit the Tibetan Home of Hope. The event is co-hosted by the Kirtan Wallah Foundation. Krishna Das is an American vocalist known for his performances of kirtan, a Hindu devotional music.
Saturday, April 18 from 10am–11:30am (kids 12 and up) & from 12pm–1:30pm (for adults)
Apple Grafting Workshop | The O’Hara Nature Center, Irvington
Irvington Recreation and Parks Department & The Irvington Woods Committee.
Sunday, April 19 from 10am–5pm
Awaken Wellness Fair | Double Treee Hotel, Tarrytown
The AWAKEN Wellness Fairs educate people about the many paths to a healthy body, mind and spirit that are available in today’s world. We include ancient techniques as well as amazing cutting edge technologies.
Sunday, April 19 @ 5pm
National Theater Live: Cyrano de Bergerac | Emelin Theatre
James McAvoy (X-Men, Atonement) on stage in an inventive new adaptation of Cyrano de Bergerac, broadcast live to cinemas from the West End in London.
Friday, April 24 @ 8pm
The Englishtown Project | Life the Place to Be, Ardsley
The Englishtown Project performs their tribute to the Grateful Dead’s legendary May 2, 1970 concert at Harpur College. Attendees are encouraged to bring canned goods or other non-perishables to support our local food pantries and household items and/or items needed by refugee families being settled in Westchester through Hearts & Homes for Refugees.
Saturday, April 25 @ 7:30pm
The Restless Age | Common Ground Coffeehouse, Hastings
The Restless Age is a collaboration – a harmony of Will Bryant, Lee Falco and Brandon Morrison. Each player brings a unique song and voice to the bandstand, as the trio spans generations and genres.
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