22 People to Watch in Westchester County

Our guide to 22 people who you, your neighbor, and almost everyone else in our county will be talking about in the future.



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What’s a Rockefeller? Who is Bill Clinton? Just about everyone starts small, and those lucky enough to make it big always watch over their shoulders (sometimes with pride, sometimes with dread) for the next generation. So who is in that next generation? Why, Westchester residents, of course.

From the young film editor impressing Spielberg and the singer who will become her own Barbie to the physician who may well eliminate most childhood cancer deaths, they’re all your neighbors. Some have already grabbed headlines and honors (a leading NFL running back, anyone?); others aren’t even out of school. All of them, though, have even greater things in front of them. If you want to know where film, football, music, medicine, green architecture, and gourmet cuisine are going, look no further than the people who are the future of these fields, our own Westchester People to Watch.

The Fashion Entrepreneurs
April Bukofser and Marin Milio

April Bukofser of Pound Ridge and Marin Milio of White Plains met at Pace University, where they were both studying marketing. But it wasn’t until they went their separate ways for their first full-time jobs (Bukofser doing PR and design at Cynthia Rowley; Milio, event planning at MTV) and returned to Westchester to raise families that they teamed up for their successful custom clothing line, AprilMarin.

The two often talked about starting a business together, but they couldn’t settle on a concept. Finally, they decided to create custom clothing. “There aren’t a lot of places out there that do women’s custom clothing,” Milio says. “There are a lot of places that do men’s tailoring.” There was nothing stylish and contemporary.”

Enter AprilMarin, the line the duo launched in 2008, which now operates out of a showroom in White Plains and an office in Yonkers. “The line was created to reinvent the old classics,” Bukofser says. “We recreate dresses that are going to look good on every body type. Then we add adornments like a ruffled sleeve or a ruffled collar to make it modern.”

Their clothes have been featured on the Today show and have been worn by Wendy Williams during her daytime talk show. “Her stylist calls us frequently to ask us what’s new,” Milio says. By November 2011, the line had sold between 25,000 and 30,000 pieces—and the business is still growing.

The custom-made clothing is available primarily through their website, aprilmarin.com. “We’ve been approached by tons of stores all over the country that want our clothes, but you can’t make custom clothing for a store,” Bukofser says. “Still, we’ve heard the store market and want to respond to them. We launched a whole line of accessories, and we’re looking into doing dresses in more standard sizes.”

“It’s good to have the interest from stores,” Milio says. “But we still want to have that small-business feel. We have a huge repeat-customer base, and we know what our customers want. We want to say to them, ‘We’re not going to be too big for you.’”

 

The Educator
Marc M. Jerome

It is somehow fitting that a man who lives with his wife, his three daughters, and a female Yorkshire terrier heads up a college with decidedly feminist origins. “Monroe College was started by my great aunt in the 1930s, a time when very few women were starting their own businesses,” Marc M. Jerome says. “Then my grandfather joined her—a man following his sister-in-law into business was certainly not the norm.” Today, Jerome is the third generation of his family running Monroe, as executive vice president. He works side by side with his father, Stephen J. Jerome, who is president of the college.

The campus has long had a synergistic relationship with the Queen City. “In 1983, our main campus was in the Bronx,” Jerome says. “At that time, the South Bronx was burning, the movie Fort Apache, The Bronx came out, and we decided to open a second campus in Westchester.” Ironically, 10 years later, the Bronx was doing just fine—but New Rochelle was in trouble. At that point, Jerome’s father asked him to join the family business. They decided to be bullish and invest in New Rochelle. “Monroe’s fortunes are tied to the fortunes of the city,” Jerome says. He helped form a Business Improvement District in 1999 and was elected to be its first chairman, a post he still retains. “Along with New Roc City, we have stabilized and energized this part of Main Street.”

Indeed, when he joined his father at the college, there were just 290 students and 40 staff and faculty members at the New Rochelle campus. The college has since grown nearly 10-fold to more than 2,200 students and 400 staff and faculty. Over the three campuses, including a new campus on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia, the school counts more than 8,000 undergrad and grad students and 11,000 employees. The school is considered a national leader in urban and international education, and its new culinary arts program is growing in size and stature.

With the dramatic growth, Jerome discovered that his background as a labor and employment lawyer (he graduated Tufts University magna cum laude with a degree in Political Science and went on to the University of Pennsylvania Law School) was “the best thing I ever did. I spend seventy percent of my time on human resources, working with staff and students,” he says. “As a lawyer, I witnessed the consequences when management doesn’t listen to their people.”

Not only does he listen, but says he can name 80 percent of his students. His practice is to shake the hand of every student on the first day of classes, and then again when they graduate. “Seeing them walk up to get their diploma is the most gratifying part of my job.”

 

The Media Master
Caroline Clarke

Today, Caroline Clarke is executive editor and host of Black Enterprise Business Report, working both in front of and behind the scenes to put on the television show. But her media command goes further than speaking into a camera: from writing for daily newspapers to running a publishing imprint and writing a popular weekly business blog, the 46-year-old New Rochelle resident has found success across platforms, genres, and audiences.

In the early ’90s, Clarke came to Black Enterprise, the African-American-targeted business and investment media company headed by Earl Graves, Sr., whose flagship magazine has four million readers. “This was before dot-com, if anyone can remember such a time,” she says. “I’ve held almost every content job there is.” Clarke has served as senior editor and editor-at-large of the magazine; editorial director for Black Enterprise’s book imprint (which, in 2001, published her Take a Lesson: Today’s Black Achievers on How They Made It and What they Learned Along the Way); editorial director of the Woman of Power Summit, one of the company’s signature annual events; and general manager for interactive media, helping to run blackenterprise.com, often performing multiple duties at once. She also writes a weekly blog.

“She’s an extraordinary, bright journalist,” says Earl “Butch” Graves, Jr., the company’s CEO and her brother-in-law. “She’s developed into a tremendous talent in broadcast journalism. You can teach people how to speak on television, but you can’t teach the ability to engage people or to be warm to the camera. I look forward to her taking our show into bigger and better things; I think she’s got a very, very bright future.” Graves, Sr., even refers to her as the family’s “secret weapon.”
Clarke’s job at Black Enterprise Business Report came by surprise. She was working in interactive media when Graves, Jr., called her into his office. “‘You’re perfect to do this,’” she recalls him saying. “‘You have two choices: you can say yes or you can say yes.’”

Growing up with West Indian–American parents in the Bronx, Clarke thought she would become an obstetrician, although she was attracted to both music and science. “My parents both had advanced degrees; they were both in education. In West Indian culture, education and ownership are the two pillars of life. They really pushed for tried-and-true careers—doctor, lawyer, teacher.”

At Smith, she majored in English, and her first boss out of college—the dean of Columbia’s Teachers College—encouraged her to go into journalism. At Columbia Journalism School, she covered stories right off the newswire. “I was lucky. I stumbled into my passion and a career I love, which really was the thing my parents always encouraged the most.” She bounced from the North Jersey Herald & News to the American Lawyer magazine in Manhattan before ending up at Black Enterprise.
Today, Clarke is aiming to grow the viewership for Black Enterprise Business Report, which currently airs on DirecTV and TV One, a network founded in 2004 and geared toward African Americans. The show currently is available in more than 54 million households (up from 38 million in 2007) in 210 markets, and she sees her work as part of the company’s mission. “People need to keep kicking the ball forward. It is challenging at times, and we don’t ignore that, but every problem has a solution, and we try to propose as many solutions as possible.”

 

The Rising-Star Chef
Eric Gabrynowicz

When Eric Gabrynowicz was a teenager with only some dish-washing experience in a local bar, he wrote out a set of goals for himself: to work in a New York City restaurant by age 21, as a sous chef by 24, as an executive chef by 27, and to own his own restaurant by 30. When Restaurant North in Armonk opened in 2010, he’d officially achieved all of these goals and had beaten his deadline by a year. Gabrynowicz, 30, is executive chef and partner at the highly touted restaurant, which was named a “Top Newcomer” and “Top Food” pick in this year’s Westchester/Hudson Valley Zagat Survey. In 2011, Gabrynowicz was nominated for a national James Beard Foundation Award in the “Rising Star Chef of the Year” category.

“It was incredibly humbling,” he says. “The most exciting career news I’ve ever gotten in my life.”

And Gabrynowicz hasn’t stopped checking off accomplishments: he has cooked with Al Roker on Today, for Martha Stewart Living Radio, and on Good Morning America. North received a rave “Don’t Miss” review from the New York Times and is on track to receive the first “Snail of Approval” in Westchester from Slow Food USA, a non-profit, member-supported organization founded to counteract the culture of fast food.

As a kid, Gabrynowicz, who grew up in Orange County, New York, worked on farms and had that dishwasher job at the bar. “I loved it immediately,” he says. “A place where you’re playing with knives and fire? As a thirteen-year-old kid, I just got galvanized by that whole pirate mentality of the restaurant business.” After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America with honors in 2001, he began as a line cook in über-restaurateur Danny Meyer’s Union Square Cafe, where he met his business partner, Stephen Paul Mancini, a “crazy lunatic,” says Gabrynowicz, to whom “lunatic” is a high compliment. “We’re both diehard Mets and Jets fans,” he says. “We commiserated often, usually over a bottle of really, really good wine.”

Gabrynowicz took spots at other Meyer restaurants, including Blue Smoke and the now-defunct Tabla, before he made the jump to executive chef at Tavern at Highlands Country Club in Garrison, New York, in 2007. By early 2010, Mancini had convinced him to come on board at a new restaurant. “One of the important conversations you have to have when putting up your life savings is, what do you do if it fails? And that’s a very uncomfortable, but important, conversation. I like to gamble, but I never gamble anything that I can’t afford to lose. Could I have afforded to lose the restaurant? Probably not, but I didn’t think that way.” He didn’t have to. It’s nearly impossible to get a reservation on a Saturday night at North. During the week, it isn’t so easy, either. And odds are good there are going to be more restaurants where Gabrynowicz can wow diners. “We definitely want more than North, but we won’t think about opening number two until we have North exactly where we want it.”

 

The Hostess 
Clare Galterio

“Show me some dance moves,” Clare Galterio, 26, says to an older gentleman at a slot machine. Sure enough, he starts up with a jig of sorts. Galterio joins in.

“I deal with eighteen-year-olds all the way up to eighty-seven-year-olds,” Galterio says. “I need to be able to talk to anyone.” You want her to talk to you, too, because Galterio is the in-person and on-air hostess who does the big giveaways at the Empire City Casino at Yonkers Raceway. The public relations manager has given away cars, cash, even ShopRite gift cards to lucky gamblers. The filmed bits she does to promote the casino’s prizes are simulcast on cable and shown in casinos, racetracks, and bars all over the country (and a few in Canada, too). She’s also done segments for WPIX. Right now, she is auditioning for other TV hosting gigs. 

Galterio’s easy charm with people—which lets people do goofy dances without feeling silly—makes her a natural host. “I grab people from the audience. I do trivia. We do dance-offs.” Then again, Galterio is no stranger to performing. Growing up in Bedford, she danced her way through the studios of Westchester. “I’ve been dancing my whole life, but being on TV has always been my dream.”

Soon, that dream will be realized on an even bigger screen. Recently, she was cast—right off the casino floor—in Imogene, a movie starring Kristen Wiig and Annette Bening. She plays, fittingly, someone who gives away a car. “I did a tour for the directors when they wanted to film at Empire City,” she says. “They said, ‘Listen, we have a part written for someone to give away a car. Would you like to be in the movie?’ That was amazing because people don’t just give away roles like that, especially for speaking parts.”

Auditioning for other hosting jobs is not always easy. For example, she auditioned to be the new Nets announcer—on crutches. “I had to do it on a sprained ankle.” (She didn’t book the job, but the basketball season was truncated anyway.) In the meantime, life is good at Empire City. “I make people really happy,” she says. “I’m not the machine that they want to take out all of their frustrations on.”

 

The Franchiser
Daniel E. Magnus

By 2008, Rye resident Daniel E. Magnus had already ascended to the highest levels of media, working as publisher and CEO of the free New York City daily Metro. A corporate reshuffle, however, sent the 48-year-old down a new path: running burger restaurants.

Elevation Burger is the first nationwide organic hamburger chain, and Magnus’s company, Magnus LLC, owns the exclusive right to franchise the chains in Westchester and Fairfield Counties. Since October, Magnus has been capitalizing on his green-credentialed meat patties with his first franchise in Rye, and he has 10 to 12 planned for the next few years.
After working on campus publications in college, Magnus went into media advertising and publishing for top-shelf titles like Esquire, GQ, Bloomberg, and This Old House, which he helped found for Time Inc. “I really enjoyed the entrepreneurial side,” he says. “I love starting things.”

Hence, Elevation Burger. “There weren’t many great food options out there to grab something quickly and feel good about what you were eating,” says Magnus. “USDA-certified, one-hundred-percent-organic, grass-fed beef is one of the healthiest meat products you can eat.” (And to make sure his investment would pass a taste test, Magnus drove to a New Jersey franchise and bought the entire menu.)

Magnus is planning to open those 10 and 12 restaurants in the next five years (nationwide, Elevation is planning 100 franchises by the end of next year). “I believe in what we’re doing,” says Magnus, who maintains that he’s had offers made on his two-county rights. Still, he’s holding on. “I’m a buyer, not a seller, of Elevation Burger.” In fact, Magnus says, he plans to expand beyond other counties if he can get the rights. As he says, everyone’s gotta eat.

 

The Rule of Law
Judge Walter Rivera

When Walter Rivera was campaigning for Greenburgh Town Justice, some voters were overwhelmed with emotion. “One woman gave me a big hug and said, ‘I’ve been waiting for this for forty years,’” the 56-year-old Elmsford resident says. The emotion—over what, for many, would be just a small-town election—stems from the fact that Walter Rivera is the first elected Hispanic official in the history of the Town of Greenburgh, a town of almost 90,000 residents.

Many, including Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner, feel certain he’s destined for higher offices. “I would be shocked if he doesn’t move up,” Feiner says. “I wouldn’t be surprised if one day he becomes a federal judge.”

Rivera, an attorney with his own firm, Rivera & Colón, LLP, in Manhattan, has sat on the boards of the National Hispanic Business Group and the Puerto Rican Bar Association. He has been admitted to the Supreme Court of the U.S., has worked for the American Bar Association as a site visitor for law schools, and was appointed to the ethics subcommittee of the then Chief Judge of the State of New York’s Task Force on the law profession.

Rivera’s story begins in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen, where his parents had moved after leaving Puerto Rico. He attended local public schools, but a scholarship from A Better Chance, a nonprofit devoted to helping gifted students of color, sent him to the elite Governor Dummer Academy (now Governor’s Academy) in Massachusetts. “It was a life-changing experience,” Rivera says. He went on to graduate from Columbia College in three years and receive a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania. After a two-year clerkship in the New York State Court of Appeals, he became an assistant attorney general for the state. In 1985, he started his own firm.

Rivera’s newest job as one of three justices is part-time. “I don’t know yet what the future will bear,” he says. “I do have a sense that this is a step in a new direction for me.”

 

The Entertainer
Tiffany Giardina

Like most 18-year-olds, Waccabuc resident Tiffany Giardina is busy prepping for the SAT. But, unlike most of her peers, she is also writing and producing songs and music videos and touring the country, opening for the likes of Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez. The oldest of three sisters, Giardina doesn’t come from a show-biz family: her dad is an insurance broker; her mom, a homemaker. “I’ve always loved putting on a show,” she says. “At family gatherings, I would take my cousins and sisters aside and we would plan out a show and then perform for our parents.”

When she was just five years old, Giardina played Molly in Annie at the Yorktown Stage; at nine, she played Marta in The Sound of Music with the Paper Mill Playhouse Off-Broadway. She released her first Christmas album, We’ve Got Christmas, in 2005 and performed her single, “Sure Don’t Feel Like Christmas,” on Fox News in 2006. In between, she appeared in TV commercials for Cheerios and Major League Baseball, some of which are still airing.

Now, she’s hoping for a much bigger audience as she makes the transition from teen to mainstream artist, using Stevie Nicks, Pat Benatar, Joan Jett, and Lady Gaga as role models. “I’m at a turning point in my career now, working on a variety of different projects,” Giardina says. One of those is working with Mattel on a new animated film, The Princess and the Pop Star. “I’m the voice of Keira, the pop star,” she says. “It’s one of the most fun projects I’ve ever worked on—they sync the animation to my facial and body movements, so the character really looks like me.” Along with a new princess Barbie, Mattel will be issuing a talking Keira doll in Giardina’s likeness. (“When you push a button on the two dolls at the same time, our voices harmonize!”) The movie is slated for release this summer. 

Tiffany works on her music every day, either writing some lines or a melody on her piano. When she is watching a movie, she often gets inspiration and writes about that. She wrote one song, “Casualties of Love,” with the upcoming film adaptation of The Hunger Games in mind.

What are her plans for the future? “My next album will be an extension of what I’m doing now, but with new music, a new sound. I hope my songs will be on Top Forty music stations, but I love being on stage best. Offstage, I’m very shy, but I become a different person when I perform—sometimes I don’t even remember the performance!”

 

The Film Editor
Todd Sandler

You may not know the name Todd Sandler, but surely you have seen his work. Have you seen, for example, the promos for War Horse—one of the biggest movies of the holiday season? Sandler edited them. He got the gig after Steven Spielberg saw his work at the Jacob Burns Film Center’s 10th Anniversary Celebration, where Spielberg was the honoree. Sandler edited a tribute video for the event. “When I met him afterwards, the first thing he said was, ‘Nobody’s ever gotten me before, but you got me,’” Sandler recalls. Two days later, DreamWorks called asking if he would cut a theatrical trailer and TV promos for War Horse.

Oddly enough, Sandler, who was born in Mount Kisco and raised in Somers, didn’t study film at SUNY Albany, where he attended college. Instead, he was enrolled in courses for actuarial science. But filmmaking was his true calling. Indeed, a short film, Corey, which he made with his brother while still in school, was recognized at both the Westchester Film Festival and Putnam Film Festival, and was picked up by the IFC Center’s shorts program.

After graduation, Sandler enrolled in an intensive semester at NYU, studying all aspects of film post-production. When he finished, he got a position as the print traffic coordinator at the Jacob Burns Film Center—where he stayed for the next eight years, working his way up until he became the Center’s director of technology and in-house editor. He worked there until 2011, when he left to pursue other projects full-time.

Sandler also has edited Leave, a film written by and starring Band of Brothers’ Rick Gomez and Frank John Hughes, with director Robert Celestino. It has been shown at a few film festivals so far, and its creators are looking for a distribution deal. “Todd is an extremely talented editor,” Celestino says. “He has the uncanny ability to help weed away what isn’t absolutely essential and pierce the core of a scene in ways that are not predictable. And he’s a hell of a lot of fun to work with.”

Sandler has since collaborated with Celestino on two screenplays. In addition, he’s co-producing a documentary, I’m Carolyn Parker, with Jonathan Demme. But, for now, he’s at home in the editing bay. “In the editing phase, that’s where it all begins,” he says.

 

The Adolescent Psychologist
Jennifer Powell-Lunder, PsyD

Of the thousands of parenting and family books that come out each year, only a few hundred pertain to teens, and most of those gather dust. But Four Winds Hospital’s Jennifer Powell-Lunder, PsyD’s Teenage as a Second Language: A Parent’s Guide to Becoming Bilingual is an international best seller. It’s so far been through its second printing and has been a Top 100 seller on Amazon. Powell-Lunder and her co-author, Barbara Greenberg, PhD, have lectured at Harvard and have been featured on Yahoo! and AOL, in the Chicago Tribune, and on Fox. Mickey and Minnie have posed with the book, and the collaborators’ website, talkingteenage.com, receives up to 10,000 hits monthly.

“Teens in conflict are not communicating well with their parents,” says  South Salem resident Powell-Lunder, 44, a clinical child psychologist. “Even though they are speaking the same words, it is as if parents and kids are speaking a different dialect.” She is out to help parents and teens understand one another.

“Last Christmas, we saw a lot of kids buying this book for their parents,” says Powell-Lunder. She’s already started writing two follow-ups, one for parents looking for guidance in specific situations and one for teenagers who want to learn to “speak parent.”

 

The Do-Gooder
Stan Rosenberg

Stan Rosenberg is the founder and head of a successful—and growing—not-for-profit organization. He’s also a sophomore in college, studying marketing at NYU Stern.

His not-for-profit, Trip of a Lifetime, sends underprivileged teens from Westchester and New York City on trips to the West Coast—provided they demonstrate financial need, have good grades, and use the experience as a catalyst to make a difference when they return.

The idea was sparked when Rosenberg went on his own teen tour out West in the summer of 2007. “The trip opened my mind and changed my perspective,” he says. But seeing the Grand Canyon and the Golden Gate Bridge cost upwards of $5,000. He realized he wanted to provide that kind of experience to those who did not have that kind of money for trips.

“Everyone told me it would be impossible to do,” he says. “It wasn’t until I was reminiscing with my friends about our trips that we decided we could do something.” Rosenberg and eight friends, all juniors at Scarsdale High School, found a couple of adult supervisors—including a lawyer who helped them become an official 501(c)(3) pro bono—and set out to start fundraising and organizing.

They began by contacting the companies that run teen tours. “Two were happy to work with us,” he said. “One of them said that they’d sent ten thousand teens on trips, and I was the first one to want to do something about the high cost for people who couldn’t afford it.”

The initial efforts were all grassroots: donations, bake sales, T-shirt sales, and a concert at the local community center. “Most of the donations we got were small: fifteen dollars, twenty-five dollars,” he says. Still, that first year, they raised enough to send two students on teen tours.

Since then, the organization has continued to grow. “We’re just starting to get more corporate donations,” he says. They’ve also been able to set up online auctions. In its second year, Trip of a Lifetime sent three students on trips; this past year, seven students. “My goal for next year is to send ten to twelve students on trips.”

Rosenberg still heads the nonprofit with the initial group of founders, even though they’re scattered at colleges across the country. “Trip of a Lifetime is one of my greatest passions,” he says. “I see it has so much potential. I want to help it grow to be as big as possible.”

 

August 2014

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Parking lot behind Purchase St. stores
Rye, NY  10580


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Cost: Free

Where:
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Croton-on-Hudson, NY  10520


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TEACHING TRAILS: A COMMUNITY PATH FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION  (With support from Con Edison)   EVERY SUNDAY AT 11:30AM (AUG 3, 10, 17, 24, 31)) Join us for a...

Cost: Free

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Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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To complement its current exhibition, ICELAND: Artists Respond to Place, the Katonah Museum of Art presents a cinematic meditation on the spirit of Iceland from award-winning...

Cost: $10 Adults, $5 Seniors & Students, Members & Children (under the age of 12) free

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Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street - Route 22
Katonah, NY  10536
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Feast on a bounty of corn-centric delicacies and take part in hands-on, corn-related activities at the Lower Hudson Valley's only corn festival. Play games like Konk a Crow and Ring a Cob in the...

Cost: $16; $12 for seniors; $8 for children 3-17. Free for members, children under 3

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Philipsburg Manor
381 N. Broadway
Sleepy Hollow, NY  10591
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Where:
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
258 Main Street
Ridgefield, CT  06877
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IN THE GARDEN OF SONIC DELIGHTS Exhibition of 2014 June 8th-Nov 2nd, 2014 noon - 6:00 PM 100-150 N. Water Street, Peekskill, NY 10566 Caramoor in collaboration with HVCCA...

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Off Site
100-150 N Water Street
Peekskill, NY  10566
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Xaviars X2O on the Hudson
71 Water Grant St
Yonkers, NY  10701
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Where:
Turtle Cove Golf Center
1 City Island Road
Pelham Bay Park, NY  10464
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Cost: $14 Adults, $13 Seniors, $7 Children 6-16

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Lyndhurst Mansion
635 South Broadway
Tarrytown, NY  10591
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Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Ave
Yonkers, NY  10701
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Energy Movement Center
925 South Street
Peekskill, NY  10566
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Greenwich Polo Club
1 Hurlingham Drive
Conyers Farm
Greenwich, CT  06830
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Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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Martucci Program Room Irvington Library
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ICELAND: Artists Respond to Place (June 29 – September 28, 2014 at the Katonah Museum of Art) is the first museum exhibition in the United States to focus exclusively on contemporary...

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Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street (Route 22)
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SUN. AUGUST 31: EMPIRE CITY CASINO AT YONKERS RACEWAY (810 Yonkers Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10704; 914-968-4200); doors open at 6:00 pm; show starts at 7:00 pm; Summer Concert Series performance by...

Cost: Tickets start at $27.50

Where:
Empire city Casino at Yonkers Raceway
810 Yonkers Ave
Yonkers, NY  10704
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Sponsor: Empire City Casino
Contact Name: Taryn Duffy
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Head out to Westchester Burger Company of Rye Brook every Sunday for brunch, served 11am-3pm with a complimentry Mimosa or Bloody Mary. Call for reservations.

Cost: 0 (A la carte)

Where:
Westchester Burger Company
275 South Ridge Street
Washington Park Plaza
Rye Brook, NY  10573
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Sponsor: Westchester Burger Company
Telephone: 914-305-6095
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 Seattle-based artist Mandy Greer installs a fantasy world awash in color, laced with glittering chandeliers, and alive with sumptuous birds and enigmatic figures draped in costume in her first...

Cost: Free with Museum admission

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Ave
Yonkers, NY  10701
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Sponsor: Hudson River Museum
Telephone: 914-963-4550
Contact Name: Tara Dawson
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Manya & Roumen will be showing their award-winning jewelry collection,

Cost: Free

Where:
Open Concept Gallery
125 Main St.
Cold Spring, NY  19516
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SUN JUNE 29-SEP 28 Join us for our annual story walk. Naturalist John Mancuso leads you along our woodland trail to enjoy a favorite children’s storybook, entitled Opossum at Sycamore...

Cost: Free

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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NATURE SERIES PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE (6-week class – 2 sessions available) Children and parents or caregivers come for an hour of nature fun. Dress for outdoor activity. Except...

Cost: $50 for members, $90 for non-members

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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'Every Picture Has  A Story ' ! Artist Mark Jacobson Solo Art Exhibition. Opening Reception: Friday, August 8, 2014, 6pm - 9pm. Refreshments and Artist Talk at 7pm.  'Every Picture Has A...

Cost: Free

Where:
MODHArts Gallery of Contemporary Realism
43 Westchester Place
New Rochelle, NY  10801
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Sponsor: MODHArts
Telephone: 914-320-2432
Contact Name: Maryana Oliynyk
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Aquarium visitors are invited to safely touch live moon jellyfish.

Where:
Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk
Norwalk , CT

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  MODHArts Gallery of Contemporary Realism is proud to present Mark Jacobson Solo-Art Exhibit 'Every Picture Has A Story' ! Opening Reception: Friday August 8, 2014, 6-9 PM / Refreshments...

Cost: Free

Where:
MODHArts Gallery of Contemporary Realism
43 Westchester Place
New Rochelle, NY  10801
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Sponsor: MODHArts
Telephone: 914-320-2432
Contact Name: Maryana Oliynyk
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Combining funk, rock, and soul SugarBad (formerly Juicebox) puts on a show to remember. Unlike most typical funk-soul acts, SugarBad has all the intensity of a rock band, featuring anthemic...

Cost: Free; Peekskill Brewery beers available for $5

Where:
Peekskill Brewery
47-53 South Water St
Peekskill, NY  10566
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Sponsor: Peekskill Brewery
Telephone: (914) 734-2337
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New for young families! Sit near Glenview’s Great Hall fireplace and listen to a story about this old house told by a Glenview Explainer. Find out about the Victorian family who lived here over...

Cost: Free with Museum admission

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Ave
Yonkers, NY  10701
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Sponsor: Hudson River Museum
Telephone: 914-963-4550
Contact Name: Tara Dawson
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SUN. AUGUST 31: EMPIRE CITY CASINO AT YONKERS RACEWAY (810 Yonkers Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10704; 914-968-4200); doors open at 6:00 pm; show starts at 7:00 pm; Summer Concert Series performance by...

Cost: Tickets start at $27.50

Where:
Empire City Casino at Yonkers Raceway
810 Yonkers Ave
Yonkers, NY  10704
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Sponsor: Empire City Casino
Contact Name: Taryn Duffy
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The Creating Broadway Series will spotlight top-notch Broadway artists showcasing the talents that got them to the Great White Way. The series will be presented in the form of concerts,...

Where:
White Plains Performing Arts Center
11 City Place (at City Center), 3rd Floor
White Plains, NY  10601
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Telephone: 914-328-1600
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  MODHArts Gallery of Contemporary Realism is proud to present Mark Jacobson Solo-Art Exhibit 'Every Picture Has A Story' ! Opening Reception: Friday August 8, 2014, 6-9 PM / Refreshments...

Cost: Free

Where:
MODHArts Gallery of Contemporary Realism
43 Westchester Place
New Rochelle, NY  10801
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Sponsor: MODHArts
Telephone: 914-320-2432
Contact Name: Maryana Oliynyk
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The exhibition explores vast and extraordinary deep-sea habitats by examining both the highly adapted survival strategies used by creatures of the deep and the technology that enables...

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Drive
Greenwich, CT  06830
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Telephone: 203-869-0376
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Cost: Free

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers, NY  10701
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Telephone: 914-963-4550
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The exhibition focuses on two of the world's leading centers of art, offering visual pairings of five New York-based artists and five Beijing-based artists. 

Where:
The Bruce Museum
Greenwich, CT


Telephone: 203-869-0376
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The Hammond Museum presents three concurrent exhibits: Contemporary Chinese Zen Art Meditations, a group exhibition featuring Du Jianq, Wang Yong, and others; Inhabited, an installation by...

Where:
Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden
North Salem, NY


Telephone: 914-669-5033
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The exhibition showcases a selection of artwork from three diverse, local private collections. 

Where:
Bruce Museum
Greenwich, CT


Telephone: 203-869-0376
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The exhibition displays approxiately 30 works by renowned cartoonist Roz Chast. 

Where:
Bruce Museum
Greenwich, CT


Telephone: 203-869-0376
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The exhibition brings together a selection of Diao's paintings from 1971 to 2012, presenting a timeline of the artist's sustained dialogue with Modernism, as well as his relationship to...

Where:
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
Ridgefield , CT


Telephone: 203-438-4519
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SuperPuesto is a temporary pavilion by Terence Gower, commissioned by The Bronx Museum of the Arts in collaboration with the Andrew Freedman Home for Beyond the Supersquare, the first...

Cost: Free

Where:
The Bronx Museum of the Arts
1125 Grand Concourse between 166th and McClellan Streets
Bronx, NY
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Telephone: 718-681-6000
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Bring games you want to get to the table or come learn some new ones. The store boasts a large library of games available to choose from and knowledgable staff to help explain rules. We focus on...

Cost: $5.00

Where:
Modern Myths Comics and Games
822 Mamaroneck Avenue
Mamaroneck, NY  10543
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Sponsor: Westchester Gaming Group
Telephone: 914-525-6375
Contact Name: Elliot
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Mandy Greer, a Seattle-based artist, showcases her work inspired by ancient myths, fairy tales, and the magical moments of everyday life. 

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers , NY  10701
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Telephone: 914-963-4550
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This is the first museum exhibition in the United States to focus exclusively on the relationship of contemporary Icelandic artists to the singular geography of their island nation. This...

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street - Route 22
Katonah, NY  10536
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Telephone: 914-232-9555
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The Westchester Broadway Theatre presents a stage musical adaption of the classic film, featuring songs like "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" and "If I Only Had a Brain."

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
Elmsford, NY


Telephone: 914-592-2222
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The special exhibit lets families into an aviary full of lorikeets; the birds will land on visitors to sip nectar. 

Where:
Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk
Norwalk, CT


Telephone: 203-852-0700
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To complement its current exhibition, ICELAND: Artists Respond to Place, the Katonah Museum of Art presents a cinematic meditation on the spirit of Iceland from award-winning...

Cost: $10 Adults, $5 Seniors & Students, Members & Children (under the age of 12) free

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street - Route 22
Katonah, NY  10536
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Sponsor: Katonah Museum of Art
Telephone: 914-232-9555
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Feast on a bounty of corn-centric delicacies and take part in hands-on, corn-related activities at the Lower Hudson Valley's only corn festival. Play games like Konk a Crow and Ring a Cob in the...

Cost: $16; $12 for seniors; $8 for children 3-17. Free for members, children under 3

Where:
Philipsburg Manor
381 N. Broadway
Sleepy Hollow, NY  10591
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Sponsor: Historic Hudson Valley
Telephone: 914-366-6900
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Manya & Roumen will be showing their award-winning jewelry collection,

Cost: Free

Where:
Open Concept Gallery
125 Main St.
Cold Spring, NY  19516
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Nature discovery for youngsters, with a parent or caregiver. Enjoy a nature themed story and discover the wonders of nature while exploring fields, forests or landscaped grounds. Let your...

Cost: Members: $50 Non-members: $90

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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The Aldrich Collection 1964-1974 In honor of the Aldrich’s 50th anniversary, the museum hosts an exhibition that examines Larry Aldrich’s legacy through the works of artists he...

Cost: Free

Where:
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
258 Main Street
Ridgefield, CT  06877
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Telephone: 203-438-4519
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IN THE GARDEN OF SONIC DELIGHTS Exhibition of 2014 June 8th-Nov 2nd, 2014 noon - 6:00 PM 100-150 N. Water Street, Peekskill, NY 10566 Caramoor in collaboration with HVCCA...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Off Site
100-150 N Water Street
Peekskill, NY  10566
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Sponsor: HVCCA
Telephone: 914-788-0100
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SUN JUNE 29-SEP 28 Join us for our annual story walk. Naturalist John Mancuso leads you along our woodland trail to enjoy a favorite children’s storybook, entitled Opossum at Sycamore...

Cost: Free

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY  10583
View map »

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NATURE SERIES PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE (6-week class – 2 sessions available) Children and parents or caregivers come for an hour of nature fun. Dress for outdoor activity. Except...

Cost: $50 for members, $90 for non-members

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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The Creating Broadway Series will spotlight top-notch Broadway artists showcasing the talents that got them to the Great White Way. The series will be presented in the form of concerts,...

Where:
White Plains Performing Arts Center
11 City Place (at City Center), 3rd Floor
White Plains, NY  10601
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Telephone: 914-328-1600
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The exhibition explores vast and extraordinary deep-sea habitats by examining both the highly adapted survival strategies used by creatures of the deep and the technology that enables...

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Drive
Greenwich, CT  06830
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Telephone: 203-869-0376
Website »

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Cost: Free

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers, NY  10701
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Telephone: 914-963-4550
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The Hammond Museum presents three concurrent exhibits: Contemporary Chinese Zen Art Meditations, a group exhibition featuring Du Jianq, Wang Yong, and others; Inhabited, an installation by...

Where:
Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden
North Salem, NY


Telephone: 914-669-5033
Website »

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The exhibition displays approxiately 30 works by renowned cartoonist Roz Chast. 

Where:
Bruce Museum
Greenwich, CT


Telephone: 203-869-0376
Website »

More information

The exhibition brings together a selection of Diao's paintings from 1971 to 2012, presenting a timeline of the artist's sustained dialogue with Modernism, as well as his relationship to...

Where:
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
Ridgefield , CT


Telephone: 203-438-4519
Website »

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Worlds of Wonder, the 2014 edition of the annual Hudson Valley Artists exhibition, highlights new art from the region and focuses on the laboratory-like environment of the artist studio, as well...

Cost: Free

Where:
Samuel Dorsky Museum
SUNY New Paltz
1 Hawk Drive
New Paltz, NY  1256
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Telephone: 845-257-3844
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Mandy Greer, a Seattle-based artist, showcases her work inspired by ancient myths, fairy tales, and the magical moments of everyday life. 

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers , NY  10701
View map »


Telephone: 914-963-4550
Website »

More information

The Westchester Broadway Theatre presents a stage musical adaption of the classic film, featuring songs like "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" and "If I Only Had a Brain."

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
Elmsford, NY


Telephone: 914-592-2222
Website »

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The special exhibit lets families into an aviary full of lorikeets; the birds will land on visitors to sip nectar. 

Where:
Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk
Norwalk, CT


Telephone: 203-852-0700
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September sizzles with a six-day celebration of jazz in downtown White Plains, culminating in an outdoor jazz concert with delicious food from area restaurants on Sunday, September 7. TUESDAY,...

Cost: 0

Where:
ArtsWestchester
31 Mamaroneck Ave
White Plains, NY  10601
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Sponsor: ArtsWestchester
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An exhibition and auction to benefit The Preservation Company, Inc. in Peekskill and their continued efforts at assisting the low and moderate income families of Westchester County in meeting their...

Cost: 0

Where:
ArtsWestchester Gallery9
31 Mamaroneck Ave, 9th FL
White Plains, NY
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Sponsor: ArtsWestchester with The Preservation Company, Inc.
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To complement its current exhibition, ICELAND: Artists Respond to Place, the Katonah Museum of Art presents a cinematic meditation on the spirit of Iceland from award-winning...

Cost: $10 Adults, $5 Seniors & Students, Members & Children (under the age of 12) free

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street - Route 22
Katonah, NY  10536
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Sponsor: Katonah Museum of Art
Telephone: 914-232-9555
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Bring games that you'd like to get to the table or come enjoy some new ones. Our focus is on euro games (Settlers of Catan, Dominion, etc.) and Ameritrash (Betrayal at House on the Hill, King of...

Cost: $5.00

Where:
3rd Universe Comics
35 North Riverside Avenue
Croton on Hudson, NY  10520
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Sponsor: Westchester Gaming Group
Telephone: 914-525-6375
Contact Name: Elliot
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The Aldrich Collection 1964-1974 In honor of the Aldrich’s 50th anniversary, the museum hosts an exhibition that examines Larry Aldrich’s legacy through the works of artists he...

Cost: Free

Where:
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
258 Main Street
Ridgefield, CT  06877
View map »


Telephone: 203-438-4519
Website »

More information

IN THE GARDEN OF SONIC DELIGHTS Exhibition of 2014 June 8th-Nov 2nd, 2014 noon - 6:00 PM 100-150 N. Water Street, Peekskill, NY 10566 Caramoor in collaboration with HVCCA...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Off Site
100-150 N Water Street
Peekskill, NY  10566
View map »


Sponsor: HVCCA
Telephone: 914-788-0100
Website »

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SUN JUNE 29-SEP 28 Join us for our annual story walk. Naturalist John Mancuso leads you along our woodland trail to enjoy a favorite children’s storybook, entitled Opossum at Sycamore...

Cost: Free

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY  10583
View map »

More information

NATURE SERIES PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE (6-week class – 2 sessions available) Children and parents or caregivers come for an hour of nature fun. Dress for outdoor activity. Except...

Cost: $50 for members, $90 for non-members

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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Jazz Fest 2014 kicks off with an opening reception at Elements Restaurant & Bar featuring a night of Latin jazz with accomplished pianist Gilberto ‘Pulpo’ Colon. The $10 cover...

Cost: $10 cover charge includes food.

Where:
Elements Restaurant & Bar
161 Mamaroneck Ave.
White Plains, NY  10601
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Sponsor: Jazz Fest is presented by ArtsWestchester, the City of White Plains and the White Plains Business Improvement District.
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The Creating Broadway Series will spotlight top-notch Broadway artists showcasing the talents that got them to the Great White Way. The series will be presented in the form of concerts,...

Where:
White Plains Performing Arts Center
11 City Place (at City Center), 3rd Floor
White Plains, NY  10601
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Telephone: 914-328-1600
Website »

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The exhibition explores vast and extraordinary deep-sea habitats by examining both the highly adapted survival strategies used by creatures of the deep and the technology that enables...

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Drive
Greenwich, CT  06830
View map »


Telephone: 203-869-0376
Website »

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Cost: Free

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers, NY  10701
View map »


Telephone: 914-963-4550
Website »

More information

The Hammond Museum presents three concurrent exhibits: Contemporary Chinese Zen Art Meditations, a group exhibition featuring Du Jianq, Wang Yong, and others; Inhabited, an installation by...

Where:
Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden
North Salem, NY


Telephone: 914-669-5033
Website »

More information

The exhibition displays approxiately 30 works by renowned cartoonist Roz Chast. 

Where:
Bruce Museum
Greenwich, CT


Telephone: 203-869-0376
Website »

More information

The exhibition brings together a selection of Diao's paintings from 1971 to 2012, presenting a timeline of the artist's sustained dialogue with Modernism, as well as his relationship to...

Where:
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
Ridgefield , CT


Telephone: 203-438-4519
Website »

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WeeZee in Chappaqua is offering weekly No Excuse Mom workouts, which encourage moms to prioritize their personal health, friendship and community. The one hour session...

Cost: WeeZee members: FREE Non-members: 5-session pack for $50 (non-members are welco

Where:
WeeZee
480 Bedford Road
Chappaqua, NY  10514
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ICELAND: Artists Respond to Place (June 29 – September 28, 2014 at the Katonah Museum of Art) is the first museum exhibition in the United States to focus exclusively on contemporary...

Cost: $10 Adults, $5 Seniors & Students, Members & Children (Under the Age of 12) Alwa

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street (Route 22)
Katonah, NY  10536
View map »


Telephone: 914-232-9555
Website »

More information

Worlds of Wonder, the 2014 edition of the annual Hudson Valley Artists exhibition, highlights new art from the region and focuses on the laboratory-like environment of the artist studio, as well...

Cost: Free

Where:
Samuel Dorsky Museum
SUNY New Paltz
1 Hawk Drive
New Paltz, NY  1256
View map »


Telephone: 845-257-3844
Website »

More information

Mandy Greer, a Seattle-based artist, showcases her work inspired by ancient myths, fairy tales, and the magical moments of everyday life. 

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers , NY  10701
View map »


Telephone: 914-963-4550
Website »

More information

This is the first museum exhibition in the United States to focus exclusively on the relationship of contemporary Icelandic artists to the singular geography of their island nation. This...

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street - Route 22
Katonah, NY  10536
View map »


Telephone: 914-232-9555
Website »

More information

The Westchester Broadway Theatre presents a stage musical adaption of the classic film, featuring songs like "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" and "If I Only Had a Brain."

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
Elmsford, NY


Telephone: 914-592-2222
Website »

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Celebrate the Beginning of School With the Chappaqua School Foundation at Kidville    Wednesday, September 3, 2014 10 am to 12 pm   Rockin' Railroad Concert, Balloon Twister,...

Cost: $25 per child. Children 6 months and under are free.

Where:
Kidville
145 Kisco Avenue
Mt. Kisco, NY  10549
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Sponsor: Chappaqua School Foundation
Telephone: 914.238.1282
Contact Name: Alicia Kalish
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To complement its current exhibition, ICELAND: Artists Respond to Place, the Katonah Museum of Art presents a cinematic meditation on the spirit of Iceland from award-winning...

Cost: $10 Adults, $5 Seniors & Students, Members & Children (under the age of 12) free

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street - Route 22
Katonah, NY  10536
View map »


Sponsor: Katonah Museum of Art
Telephone: 914-232-9555
Website »

More information

The Aldrich Collection 1964-1974 In honor of the Aldrich’s 50th anniversary, the museum hosts an exhibition that examines Larry Aldrich’s legacy through the works of artists he...

Cost: Free

Where:
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
258 Main Street
Ridgefield, CT  06877
View map »


Telephone: 203-438-4519
Website »

More information

 Seattle-based artist Mandy Greer installs a fantasy world awash in color, laced with glittering chandeliers, and alive with sumptuous birds and enigmatic figures draped in costume in her first...

Cost: Free with Museum admission

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Ave
Yonkers, NY  10701
View map »


Sponsor: Hudson River Museum
Telephone: 914-963-4550
Contact Name: Tara Dawson
Website »

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  Farm Stand at Hilltop Hanover Farm – Fridays 1 PM – 6 PM and Saturdays 10 AM – 4 PM Hilltop Hanover’s farm stand is open for the season! The farm stand will be open every Friday 1...

Cost: Varies

Where:
Hilltop Hanover Farm
1271 Hanover Street
Yorktown Heights, NY  10598
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Sponsor: Hilltop Hanover Farm
Telephone: 914-962-2368
Contact Name: Zack Braunstein
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$1 Oysters every Wednesday

Cost: $1

Where:
, NY

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Foster Care Info & Orientation.  Westchester County is in need of more than 40 foster homes to provide the county’s most vulnerable children with temporary housing in a safe and stable...

Cost: 0$

Where:
112 E Post Road
White Plains , NY  10601
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Sponsor: United Way of Westchester and Putnam
Telephone: (914) 997-6700
Contact Name: Pat Anderson
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Every Wednesday night, more than 70 Westchester area restaurants show their appreciation for those who volunteer in the community by offering 20% off your dinner check. (Holidays and alcohol...

Cost: Free

Where:
, NY


Sponsor: ThankYouForCaring
Telephone: 914-424-8888
Contact Name: John Higgins
Website »

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IN THE GARDEN OF SONIC DELIGHTS Exhibition of 2014 June 8th-Nov 2nd, 2014 noon - 6:00 PM 100-150 N. Water Street, Peekskill, NY 10566 Caramoor in collaboration with HVCCA...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Off Site
100-150 N Water Street
Peekskill, NY  10566
View map »


Sponsor: HVCCA
Telephone: 914-788-0100
Website »

More information

SUN JUNE 29-SEP 28 Join us for our annual story walk. Naturalist John Mancuso leads you along our woodland trail to enjoy a favorite children’s storybook, entitled Opossum at Sycamore...

Cost: Free

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY  10583
View map »

More information

NATURE SERIES PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE (6-week class – 2 sessions available) Children and parents or caregivers come for an hour of nature fun. Dress for outdoor activity. Except...

Cost: $50 for members, $90 for non-members

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY  10583
View map »

More information

The Creating Broadway Series will spotlight top-notch Broadway artists showcasing the talents that got them to the Great White Way. The series will be presented in the form of concerts,...

Where:
White Plains Performing Arts Center
11 City Place (at City Center), 3rd Floor
White Plains, NY  10601
View map »


Telephone: 914-328-1600
Website »

More information

The exhibition explores vast and extraordinary deep-sea habitats by examining both the highly adapted survival strategies used by creatures of the deep and the technology that enables...

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Drive
Greenwich, CT  06830
View map »


Telephone: 203-869-0376
Website »

More information

Cost: Free

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers, NY  10701
View map »


Telephone: 914-963-4550
Website »

More information

The Hammond Museum presents three concurrent exhibits: Contemporary Chinese Zen Art Meditations, a group exhibition featuring Du Jianq, Wang Yong, and others; Inhabited, an installation by...

Where:
Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden
North Salem, NY


Telephone: 914-669-5033
Website »

More information

The exhibition displays approxiately 30 works by renowned cartoonist Roz Chast. 

Where:
Bruce Museum
Greenwich, CT


Telephone: 203-869-0376
Website »

More information

The exhibition brings together a selection of Diao's paintings from 1971 to 2012, presenting a timeline of the artist's sustained dialogue with Modernism, as well as his relationship to...

Where:
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
Ridgefield , CT


Telephone: 203-438-4519
Website »

More information

ICELAND: Artists Respond to Place (June 29 – September 28, 2014 at the Katonah Museum of Art) is the first museum exhibition in the United States to focus exclusively on contemporary...

Cost: $10 Adults, $5 Seniors & Students, Members & Children (Under the Age of 12) Alwa

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street (Route 22)
Katonah, NY  10536
View map »


Telephone: 914-232-9555
Website »

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Inspired by the works of 19th century sculptor Hiram Powers, including the Museum's own Powers' masterpiece Eve Disconsolate, contemporary sculptor Lily Cox-Richard creates six...

Cost: Free with Museum admission

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Ave
Yonkers, NY  10701
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Sponsor: Hudson River Museum
Telephone: 914-963-4550
Contact Name: Tara Dawson
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Every Wednesday night, more than 70 Westchester area restaurants show their appreciation for those who volunteer in the community by offering 20% off your dinner check. (Holidays and alcohol...

Cost: Free

Where:
, NY


Sponsor: ThankYouForCaring
Telephone: 914-424-8888
Contact Name: John Higgins
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Worlds of Wonder, the 2014 edition of the annual Hudson Valley Artists exhibition, highlights new art from the region and focuses on the laboratory-like environment of the artist studio, as well...

Cost: Free

Where:
Samuel Dorsky Museum
SUNY New Paltz
1 Hawk Drive
New Paltz, NY  1256
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Telephone: 845-257-3844
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Mandy Greer, a Seattle-based artist, showcases her work inspired by ancient myths, fairy tales, and the magical moments of everyday life. 

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers , NY  10701
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Telephone: 914-963-4550
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This is the first museum exhibition in the United States to focus exclusively on the relationship of contemporary Icelandic artists to the singular geography of their island nation. This...

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street - Route 22
Katonah, NY  10536
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Telephone: 914-232-9555
Website »

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The Westchester Broadway Theatre presents a stage musical adaption of the classic film, featuring songs like "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" and "If I Only Had a Brain."

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
Elmsford, NY


Telephone: 914-592-2222
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Create a set of landing pads for your favorite beverage. You'll also learn about the powder printing technique, a screen printing method that uses dry glass powder to create images with rich...

Cost: 125

Where:
Bullseye Glass Resource Center
115 Hoyt Ave
Mamaroneck, NY
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Sponsor: Bullseye Glass Resource Center
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To complement its current exhibition, ICELAND: Artists Respond to Place, the Katonah Museum of Art presents a cinematic meditation on the spirit of Iceland from award-winning...

Cost: $10 Adults, $5 Seniors & Students, Members & Children (under the age of 12) free

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street - Route 22
Katonah, NY  10536
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Sponsor: Katonah Museum of Art
Telephone: 914-232-9555
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The Aldrich Collection 1964-1974 In honor of the Aldrich’s 50th anniversary, the museum hosts an exhibition that examines Larry Aldrich’s legacy through the works of artists he...

Cost: Free

Where:
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
258 Main Street
Ridgefield, CT  06877
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Telephone: 203-438-4519
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 Seattle-based artist Mandy Greer installs a fantasy world awash in color, laced with glittering chandeliers, and alive with sumptuous birds and enigmatic figures draped in costume in her first...

Cost: Free with Museum admission

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Ave
Yonkers, NY  10701
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Sponsor: Hudson River Museum
Telephone: 914-963-4550
Contact Name: Tara Dawson
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Manya & Roumen will be showing their award-winning jewelry collection,

Cost: Free

Where:
Open Concept Gallery
125 Main St.
Cold Spring, NY  19516
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To thank local volunteers, every Thursday, DeCicco Family Markets in Ardsley, Armonk, Brewster, Harrison and Pelham offer 5% off when you shop.  It is their way to thank those in the community...

Cost: Free

Where:
Ardsley, Armonk, Brewster, Harrison, and Pelham
, NY


Sponsor: ThankYouForCaring
Telephone: 914-424-8888
Contact Name: John Higgins
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IN THE GARDEN OF SONIC DELIGHTS Exhibition of 2014 June 8th-Nov 2nd, 2014 noon - 6:00 PM 100-150 N. Water Street, Peekskill, NY 10566 Caramoor in collaboration with HVCCA...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Off Site
100-150 N Water Street
Peekskill, NY  10566
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Sponsor: HVCCA
Telephone: 914-788-0100
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SUN JUNE 29-SEP 28 Join us for our annual story walk. Naturalist John Mancuso leads you along our woodland trail to enjoy a favorite children’s storybook, entitled Opossum at Sycamore...

Cost: Free

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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NATURE SERIES PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE (6-week class – 2 sessions available) Children and parents or caregivers come for an hour of nature fun. Dress for outdoor activity. Except...

Cost: $50 for members, $90 for non-members

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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  CROTON-ON-HUDSON FARMERS’ MARKET STARTING THIS THURSDAY MARCH 27TH OUTSIDE THE AJNA WELLNESS CENTER, 18 OLD POST RD. 1pm-6pm EVERY THURSDAY!   “Reality is not revealed through...

Cost: 0

Where:
OUTSIDE THE AJNA WELLNESS CENTER
18 OLD POST RD
CROTON-ON-HUDSON, NY
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Sponsor: DoReMe Farms
Telephone: 917-242-1697
Contact Name: Vanessa Petrossian
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Every Thursday night join us for Lobster Night. Each meal includes a price fixed two course dinner and one glass of wine or beer. 

Cost: $35.95

Where:
Cedar Street Grill
23 Cedar Street
Dobbs Ferry, NY  10522
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Piano Concert   Thursday, September 4 at 7:00pm Acclaimed duo, Antonello D'Onofrio and Claudio Soviero, as part of their 2014 USA tour will present a selection of Italian...

Cost: Members $20, Non-Members $25

Where:
Westchester Italian Cultural Center
One Generoso Pope Place
Tuckahoe, NY  10707
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Sponsor: Westchester Italian Cultural Center
Telephone: 914-771-8700
Contact Name: Patrizia Calce
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Alysa Haas’s approach to cabaret singing includes unique and harmonious jazz interpretations of the standards.  Her background in musical theater is evident in the flair and...

Cost: Admission: $20

Where:
ArtsWestchester
31 Mamaroneck Avenue
White Plains, NY  10601
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The Creating Broadway Series will spotlight top-notch Broadway artists showcasing the talents that got them to the Great White Way. The series will be presented in the form of concerts,...

Where:
White Plains Performing Arts Center
11 City Place (at City Center), 3rd Floor
White Plains, NY  10601
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Telephone: 914-328-1600
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What better way to round off a perfect summer season with the perfect band and ease into the fall than with the relaxing rhythms of jazz? Whether you're a long time jazz aficionado or a newcomer to...

Cost: 0

Where:
Renaissance Plaza
Mamaroneck Ave & Main St
White Plains, NY
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Sponsor: The City of White Plains
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The Westchester Italian Cultural Center Presents Piano Concert Thursday, September 4 at 7:00pm Acclaimed duo, Antonello D'Onofrio and Claudio Soviero, as part of their 2014 USA tour will...

Cost: 20

Where:
Westchester Italian Cultural Center
24 Depot Square
Tuckahoe, NY
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Sponsor: Westchester Italian Cultural Center
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The exhibition explores vast and extraordinary deep-sea habitats by examining both the highly adapted survival strategies used by creatures of the deep and the technology that enables...

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Drive
Greenwich, CT  06830
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Telephone: 203-869-0376
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The Hammond Museum presents three concurrent exhibits: Contemporary Chinese Zen Art Meditations, a group exhibition featuring Du Jianq, Wang Yong, and others; Inhabited, an installation by...

Where:
Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden
North Salem, NY


Telephone: 914-669-5033
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The exhibition displays approxiately 30 works by renowned cartoonist Roz Chast. 

Where:
Bruce Museum
Greenwich, CT


Telephone: 203-869-0376
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The exhibition brings together a selection of Diao's paintings from 1971 to 2012, presenting a timeline of the artist's sustained dialogue with Modernism, as well as his relationship to...

Where:
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
Ridgefield , CT


Telephone: 203-438-4519
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The 90th Annual Yorktown Grange Fair is the only remaining true country fair in Westchester, celebrating our agricultural heritage with livestock, poultry, produce and flower competitions and...

Cost: Adults: $9; Children under 12: $4

Where:
Grange Fairgrounds
99 Moseman Road
Yorktown Heights, NY  10598
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Sponsor: Yorktown Grange Association
Telephone: 914-962-7913
Contact Name: David Humphrey
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Cabaret artist Alysa Haas is a native NYer who has been performing in these NYC venues: Metropolitan Room, Don't Tell Mama, Rose's Turn, The Duplex, and Cleopatra's Needle. She received her...

Cost: 20

Where:
ArtsWestchester
31 Mamaroneck Ave
White Plains, NY  10601
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Sponsor: ArtsWestchester
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ICELAND: Artists Respond to Place (June 29 – September 28, 2014 at the Katonah Museum of Art) is the first museum exhibition in the United States to focus exclusively on contemporary...

Cost: $10 Adults, $5 Seniors & Students, Members & Children (Under the Age of 12) Alwa

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street (Route 22)
Katonah, NY  10536
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Telephone: 914-232-9555
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Inspired by the works of 19th century sculptor Hiram Powers, including the Museum's own Powers' masterpiece Eve Disconsolate, contemporary sculptor Lily Cox-Richard creates six...

Cost: Free with Museum admission

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Ave
Yonkers, NY  10701
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Sponsor: Hudson River Museum
Telephone: 914-963-4550
Contact Name: Tara Dawson
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Join us from 6:30 - 8:30 every Thursday evening to celebrate the summer season. Enjoy the innovative menu from Equus restaurant paired with local beverage producers including - distilleries,...

Cost: $64++

Where:
Castle Hotel & Spa
400 Benedict Avenue
Tarrytown, NY  10591
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Sponsor: Equus
Telephone: 914-631-3646
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Come and celebrate the 350th anniversary of Eastchester, Tuckahoe, and Bronxville! Join us for the grand opening of the exhibition on September 4th. Curator Mike Fix will introduce the exhibition...

Cost: 75

Where:
OSilas Art Gallery
171 White Plains Rd
Bronxville, NY  10708
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Sponsor: Mike Fix
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Cost: Free

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers, NY  10701
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Telephone: 914-963-4550
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SuperPuesto is a temporary pavilion by Terence Gower, commissioned by The Bronx Museum of the Arts in collaboration with the Andrew Freedman Home for Beyond the Supersquare, the first...

Cost: Free

Where:
The Bronx Museum of the Arts
1125 Grand Concourse between 166th and McClellan Streets
Bronx, NY
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Telephone: 718-681-6000
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Worlds of Wonder, the 2014 edition of the annual Hudson Valley Artists exhibition, highlights new art from the region and focuses on the laboratory-like environment of the artist studio, as well...

Cost: Free

Where:
Samuel Dorsky Museum
SUNY New Paltz
1 Hawk Drive
New Paltz, NY  1256
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Telephone: 845-257-3844
Website »

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Mandy Greer, a Seattle-based artist, showcases her work inspired by ancient myths, fairy tales, and the magical moments of everyday life. 

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers , NY  10701
View map »


Telephone: 914-963-4550
Website »

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This is the first museum exhibition in the United States to focus exclusively on the relationship of contemporary Icelandic artists to the singular geography of their island nation. This...

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street - Route 22
Katonah, NY  10536
View map »


Telephone: 914-232-9555
Website »

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The Westchester Broadway Theatre presents a stage musical adaption of the classic film, featuring songs like "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" and "If I Only Had a Brain."

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
Elmsford, NY


Telephone: 914-592-2222
Website »

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The Aldrich Collection 1964-1974 In honor of the Aldrich’s 50th anniversary, the museum hosts an exhibition that examines Larry Aldrich’s legacy through the works of artists he...

Cost: Free

Where:
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
258 Main Street
Ridgefield, CT  06877
View map »


Telephone: 203-438-4519
Website »

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IN THE GARDEN OF SONIC DELIGHTS Exhibition of 2014 June 8th-Nov 2nd, 2014 noon - 6:00 PM 100-150 N. Water Street, Peekskill, NY 10566 Caramoor in collaboration with HVCCA...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Off Site
100-150 N Water Street
Peekskill, NY  10566
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Sponsor: HVCCA
Telephone: 914-788-0100
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SUN JUNE 29-SEP 28 Join us for our annual story walk. Naturalist John Mancuso leads you along our woodland trail to enjoy a favorite children’s storybook, entitled Opossum at Sycamore...

Cost: Free

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY  10583
View map »

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NATURE SERIES PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE (6-week class – 2 sessions available) Children and parents or caregivers come for an hour of nature fun. Dress for outdoor activity. Except...

Cost: $50 for members, $90 for non-members

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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The Gerry Malkin Jazz Collective is comprised of some of the finest jazz musicians of our day. Malkin has performed with The Temptations and The Four Tops along with Tito Puente and many more....

Cost: Admission: $20

Where:
ArtsWestchester
31 Mamaroneck Avenue
White Plains, NY  10601
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The Gerry Malkin Jazz Collective is comprised of some of the finest jazz musicians in the area. We are delighted to be back at ArtsWestchester. Gerry Malkin Tenor Sax: Gerry Malkin has studied...

Cost: 20

Where:
ArtsWestchester
31 Mamaroneck Ave
White Plains, NY  10601
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Sponsor: ArtsWestchester
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The Creating Broadway Series will spotlight top-notch Broadway artists showcasing the talents that got them to the Great White Way. The series will be presented in the form of concerts,...

Where:
White Plains Performing Arts Center
11 City Place (at City Center), 3rd Floor
White Plains, NY  10601
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Telephone: 914-328-1600
Website »

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The exhibition explores vast and extraordinary deep-sea habitats by examining both the highly adapted survival strategies used by creatures of the deep and the technology that enables...

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Drive
Greenwich, CT  06830
View map »


Telephone: 203-869-0376
Website »

More information

Cost: Free

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers, NY  10701
View map »


Telephone: 914-963-4550
Website »

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The Hammond Museum presents three concurrent exhibits: Contemporary Chinese Zen Art Meditations, a group exhibition featuring Du Jianq, Wang Yong, and others; Inhabited, an installation by...

Where:
Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden
North Salem, NY


Telephone: 914-669-5033
Website »

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The exhibition displays approxiately 30 works by renowned cartoonist Roz Chast. 

Where:
Bruce Museum
Greenwich, CT


Telephone: 203-869-0376
Website »

More information

The exhibition brings together a selection of Diao's paintings from 1971 to 2012, presenting a timeline of the artist's sustained dialogue with Modernism, as well as his relationship to...

Where:
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
Ridgefield , CT


Telephone: 203-438-4519
Website »

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On May 2, 2014 Lyndhurst's grand Picture Gallery reopens to the public. The gallery features a fine collection of paintings purchased by railroad baron Jay Gould in the 1880's and is a...

Cost: $14 Adults, $13 Seniors, $7 Children 6-16

Where:
Lyndhurst Mansion
635 South Broadway
Tarrytown, NY  10591
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Cost: 0

Where:
Chappaqua Library
195 South Greeley Ave
Chappaqua, NY  10514
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Sponsor: Chappaqua Library
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ICELAND: Artists Respond to Place (June 29 – September 28, 2014 at the Katonah Museum of Art) is the first museum exhibition in the United States to focus exclusively on contemporary...

Cost: $10 Adults, $5 Seniors & Students, Members & Children (Under the Age of 12) Alwa

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street (Route 22)
Katonah, NY  10536
View map »


Telephone: 914-232-9555
Website »

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Inspired by the works of 19th century sculptor Hiram Powers, including the Museum's own Powers' masterpiece Eve Disconsolate, contemporary sculptor Lily Cox-Richard creates six...

Cost: Free with Museum admission

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Ave
Yonkers, NY  10701
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Sponsor: Hudson River Museum
Telephone: 914-963-4550
Contact Name: Tara Dawson
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Learn or reinforce your basic glass cutting skills. You'll build the skill & confidence needed for our Open Kilnforming Studio, other workshops where glass cutting experience is necessary, or for...

Cost: 30

Where:
Bullseye Glass Resource Center
115 Hoyt Ave
Mamaroneck, NY
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Sponsor: Bullseye Glass Resource Center
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Best-selling fiction and non-fiction, biographies, classics, audio books, dvds, gift books, and more are available for purchase at rock-bottom process. The Book Sales are conducted by the Friends...

Cost: 0

Where:
The New Rochelle Public Library
1 Library Plaza
New Rochelle, NY
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Sponsor: New Rochelle Public Library
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IN SESSION with DR. MARK LERNER featuring Firefighter Bobby Senn, marks the inception of Reality Theatre Productions™. It is an auspicious production in which Dr. Lerner presents as a...

Cost: 20

Where:
White Plains Performing Arts Center
11 City Place
White Plains, NY
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Sponsor: White Plains Performing Arts Center & Reality Theatre Productions
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If you’re looking for a down to earth experience while buying your favorite groceries, why not try New Rochelle’s Down to Earth Farmers Market. We are open every Friday, rain or shine, from...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Hugenot Park/Twin Lakes
New Rochelle, NY  10801


Sponsor: Down to Earth Markets
Telephone: 914-923-4837
Contact Name: Frankie Rowland
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To complement its current exhibition, ICELAND: Artists Respond to Place, the Katonah Museum of Art presents a cinematic meditation on the spirit of Iceland from award-winning...

Cost: $10 Adults, $5 Seniors & Students, Members & Children (under the age of 12) free

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street - Route 22
Katonah, NY  10536
View map »


Sponsor: Katonah Museum of Art
Telephone: 914-232-9555
Website »

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 Seattle-based artist Mandy Greer installs a fantasy world awash in color, laced with glittering chandeliers, and alive with sumptuous birds and enigmatic figures draped in costume in her first...

Cost: Free with Museum admission

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Ave
Yonkers, NY  10701
View map »


Sponsor: Hudson River Museum
Telephone: 914-963-4550
Contact Name: Tara Dawson
Website »

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Manya & Roumen will be showing their award-winning jewelry collection,

Cost: Free

Where:
Open Concept Gallery
125 Main St.
Cold Spring, NY  19516
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  Farm Stand at Hilltop Hanover Farm – Fridays 1 PM – 6 PM and Saturdays 10 AM – 4 PM Hilltop Hanover’s farm stand is open for the season! The farm stand will be open every Friday 1...

Cost: Varies

Where:
Hilltop Hanover Farm
1271 Hanover Street
Yorktown Heights, NY  10598
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Sponsor: Hilltop Hanover Farm
Telephone: 914-962-2368
Contact Name: Zack Braunstein
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Premiering at the White Plains Performing Arts Center on September 5 and 7, 2014, prior to the anniversary of September 11, Reality Theatre Productions™ presents, “IN SESSION with DR. MARK...

Cost: Adults $30, Students $20

Where:
White Plains Performing Arts Center
11 City Place
3rd Floor
White Plains, NY  10601
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Sponsor: White Plains Performing Arts Center
Telephone: 914-328-1600
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Groundwork Hudson Valley’s farmers market in downtown Yonkers features local produce grown within 100 miles of Yonkers, as well as food tastings, free lectures, and entertainment for all...

Cost: the cost of locally-grown vegetables, fruit, and herbs

Where:
Across the street from the Yonkers Train Station
Yonkers, NY  10701


Sponsor: Groundwork Hudson Valley
Telephone: (914) 375-2151
Contact Name: Curt Collier
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SuperPuesto is a temporary pavilion by Terence Gower, commissioned by The Bronx Museum of the Arts in collaboration with the Andrew Freedman Home for Beyond the Supersquare, the first...

Cost: Free

Where:
The Bronx Museum of the Arts
1125 Grand Concourse between 166th and McClellan Streets
Bronx, NY
View map »


Telephone: 718-681-6000
Website »

More information

Worlds of Wonder, the 2014 edition of the annual Hudson Valley Artists exhibition, highlights new art from the region and focuses on the laboratory-like environment of the artist studio, as well...

Cost: Free

Where:
Samuel Dorsky Museum
SUNY New Paltz
1 Hawk Drive
New Paltz, NY  1256
View map »


Telephone: 845-257-3844
Website »

More information

Mandy Greer, a Seattle-based artist, showcases her work inspired by ancient myths, fairy tales, and the magical moments of everyday life. 

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers , NY  10701
View map »


Telephone: 914-963-4550
Website »

More information

This is the first museum exhibition in the United States to focus exclusively on the relationship of contemporary Icelandic artists to the singular geography of their island nation. This...

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street - Route 22
Katonah, NY  10536
View map »


Telephone: 914-232-9555
Website »

More information

The Westchester Broadway Theatre presents a stage musical adaption of the classic film, featuring songs like "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" and "If I Only Had a Brain."

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
Elmsford, NY


Telephone: 914-592-2222
Website »

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Celebrate the end of summer at the 8th Annual Take Me to the River Festival Music and Arts Festival at Draper Park in Hastings-on-Hudson, September 6th 12:00pm - 10:00pm. More than 2,000...

Cost: $18 in Advance

Where:
Draper Park
4-07 Broadway
Hastings on Hudson, NY  10706
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Sponsor: 12 Miles North
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Cost: Bikes: $10 Cars/trucks: $20

Where:
Newburgh Mall
1401 Route 300
Newburgh, NY  12550
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Telephone: 845-838-6000
Contact Name: Pat Mckeon
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The Connecticut  Westchester Hudson Valley Chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) will hold its annual Leukemia Cup Regatta at the Larchmont Yacht Club (LYC), 1 Woodbine Ave Larchmont,...

Cost: $75 adults, $35 children

Where:
Larchmont Yact Club Pandemonium
1 Woodbine Avenue
Larchmont, NY
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Sponsor: The Leukemia & Lmyphoma Society
Telephone: 914-821-8270
Contact Name: Frank Longinotti
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Enjoy a trip back in time as Frankie Sands re-creates the sounds of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin & Bobby Darin with uncanny accuracy at this venerable, family run Yonkers establishment.Frankie will...

Cost: NO COVER CHARGE!

Where:
San Martino Ristorante
12 Young Ave
Yonkers, NY  10710
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Sponsor: San Martino Ristorante
Telephone: 914-779-5300
Contact Name: Al LoParo
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Check It Out! Fee: $50 (includes clay & firing) Saturday, September 6, 1:30-4:30pm Check clay out in this one-day three-hour clay class for adults who are interested in experimenting with...

Cost: 0

Where:
Clay Art Center
40 Beech Street
Port Chester, NY  10573
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Sponsor: Clay Art Center
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Bullseye Resource Center NY Gallery is pleased to present Uncommon Beauty, a group exhibition featuring kiln-glass work from Rachel Rader, Ted Sawyer and Amanda Simmons, on view August 23 -...

Cost: 0

Where:
Bullseye Glass Resource Center
115 Hoyt Ave
Mamaroneck, NY
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Sponsor: Bullseye Glass Resource Center
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Clay Art Center Open House   Clay Art Center, located in the heart of Port Chester on 40 Beech Street announces a free afternoon of fun for all ages.  On Saturday, September 6 from 3 - 6 pm,...

Cost: 0

Where:
Clay Art Center
40 Beech Street
Port Chester, NY  10573
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Sponsor: Clay Art Center
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The Westchester Italian Cultural Center Presents Sweet or Savory Taralli Saturday, September 6, 2014 at 2:00pm Taralli are the go-to snack food for most of Southern Italy. Similar to a...

Cost: 30

Where:
Westchester Italian Cultural Center
24 Depot Square
Tuckahoe, NY
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Sponsor: Westchester Italian Cultural Center
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The Music Conservatory of Westchester, a not-for-profit community music school in White Plains, celebrates community music with FREE CLASSES and tours of the facility from September 6th - 13th....

Cost: 0

Where:
Music Conservatory of Westchester
216 Central Avenue
White Plains, NY
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Sponsor: Music Conservatory of Westchester
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Karen Bergreen     Shaun Eli           J-L Cauvin See these brilliant regulars of late-night TV, Comedy Central, The Adam Carolla Show, Nick Mom and The View. Laughs are...

Cost: 20

Where:
The Schoolhouse Theater & Galleries
3 Owens Road
Croton Falls, NY  10519
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Sponsor: The Schoolhouse Theater
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If you’re looking for a down to earth experience while buying your favorite groceries, why not try Larchmont’s Down to Earth Farmers Market. We are open every Saturday, rain or shine, from...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Parking Lot off Chatsworth Ave - enter Myrtle Blvd
Larchmont, NY  10538


Sponsor: Down to Earth Markets
Telephone: 914-923-4837
Contact Name: Frankie Rowland
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If you’re looking for a down to earth experience while buying your favorite groceries, why not try Ossining’s Down to Earth Farmers Market. We are open every Saturday, rain or shine, from...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Parking Lot on the corner of Spring & Main Streets
Ossining, NY  10562


Sponsor: Down to Earth Markets
Telephone: 914-923-4837
Contact Name: Frankie Rowland
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If you’re looking for a down to earth experience while buying your favorite groceries, why not try Tarrytown’s Down to Earth Farmers Market. We are open every Saturday, rain or shine, from...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Patriots Park on N. Broadway (Rt. 9)
Tarrytown, NY  10591


Sponsor: Down to Earth Markets
Telephone: 914-923-4837
Contact Name: Frankie Rowland
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Celebrate Community Music Week with FREE CLASSES at the Music Conservatory of Westchester, a not-for-profit community music school in White Plains. Attend free classes, tour the facility, and...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Music Conservatory of Westchester
216 Central Avenue
White Plains, NY  10606
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To complement its current exhibition, ICELAND: Artists Respond to Place, the Katonah Museum of Art presents a cinematic meditation on the spirit of Iceland from award-winning...

Cost: $10 Adults, $5 Seniors & Students, Members & Children (under the age of 12) free

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street - Route 22
Katonah, NY  10536
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Sponsor: Katonah Museum of Art
Telephone: 914-232-9555
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 Seattle-based artist Mandy Greer installs a fantasy world awash in color, laced with glittering chandeliers, and alive with sumptuous birds and enigmatic figures draped in costume in her first...

Cost: Free with Museum admission

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Ave
Yonkers, NY  10701
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Sponsor: Hudson River Museum
Telephone: 914-963-4550
Contact Name: Tara Dawson
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Manya & Roumen will be showing their award-winning jewelry collection,

Cost: Free

Where:
Open Concept Gallery
125 Main St.
Cold Spring, NY  19516
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Female Only Vet2Vet Peer Networking Meetings are held every Saturday from 3:30pm to 5:30pm. Light refreshments will be served. Participation and parking is FREE. This Vet2Vet meeting is led by...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Asbury Crestwood Methodist Church
167 Scarsdale Road
Yonkers, NY  10707
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Sponsor: Family Services of Westchester
Telephone: 914 872 5269
Contact Name: Kevin Grundig
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Sculptors of the Renaissance Giorgio Vasari, the Uffizi Gallery, and the History of the Swiss Guards Saturday, September 6, 2014 at 10:30am Giorgio Vasari was a classic renaissance man,...

Cost: Members $15, Non-Members $25

Where:
Westchester Italian Cultural Center
One Generoso Pope Place
Tuckahoe, NY  10707
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Telephone: 914-771-8700
Contact Name: Patrizia Calce
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The Aldrich Collection 1964-1974 In honor of the Aldrich’s 50th anniversary, the museum hosts an exhibition that examines Larry Aldrich’s legacy through the works of artists he...

Cost: Free

Where:
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
258 Main Street
Ridgefield, CT  06877
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Telephone: 203-438-4519
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IN THE GARDEN OF SONIC DELIGHTS Exhibition of 2014 June 8th-Nov 2nd, 2014 noon - 6:00 PM 100-150 N. Water Street, Peekskill, NY 10566 Caramoor in collaboration with HVCCA...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Off Site
100-150 N Water Street
Peekskill, NY  10566
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Sponsor: HVCCA
Telephone: 914-788-0100
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SUN JUNE 29-SEP 28 Join us for our annual story walk. Naturalist John Mancuso leads you along our woodland trail to enjoy a favorite children’s storybook, entitled Opossum at Sycamore...

Cost: Free

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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NATURE SERIES PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE (6-week class – 2 sessions available) Children and parents or caregivers come for an hour of nature fun. Dress for outdoor activity. Except...

Cost: $50 for members, $90 for non-members

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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Sweet or Savory Taralli Saturday, September 6, 2014 at 2:00pm Taralli are the go-to snack food for most of Southern Italy. Similar to a breadstick, these rings can be found in two...

Cost: Children’s Fee: Members $30, Non-Members $40

Where:
Westchester Italian Cultural Center
One Generoso Pope Place
Tuckahoe, NY  10707
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Telephone: 914-771-8700
Contact Name: Patrizia Calce
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A convergence of great talents will celebrate the music of one of jazz’s greatest musicians, Miles Davis, whose ground-breaking sounds and styles played a major role in the evolution of...

Cost: $25

Where:
White Plains Performing Arts Center
11 City Pl
White Plains, NY  10601
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Cost: free

Where:
yonkers
1 larkin park plza
yonkers , NY  10701
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Sponsor: yonkersdowntown and domino
Telephone: 914-969-6660
Contact Name: daniel
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The Creating Broadway Series will spotlight top-notch Broadway artists showcasing the talents that got them to the Great White Way. The series will be presented in the form of concerts,...

Where:
White Plains Performing Arts Center
11 City Place (at City Center), 3rd Floor
White Plains, NY  10601
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Telephone: 914-328-1600
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The exhibition explores vast and extraordinary deep-sea habitats by examining both the highly adapted survival strategies used by creatures of the deep and the technology that enables...

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Drive
Greenwich, CT  06830
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Telephone: 203-869-0376
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Cost: Free

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers, NY  10701
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Telephone: 914-963-4550
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The Hammond Museum presents three concurrent exhibits: Contemporary Chinese Zen Art Meditations, a group exhibition featuring Du Jianq, Wang Yong, and others; Inhabited, an installation by...

Where:
Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden
North Salem, NY


Telephone: 914-669-5033
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The exhibition displays approxiately 30 works by renowned cartoonist Roz Chast. 

Where:
Bruce Museum
Greenwich, CT


Telephone: 203-869-0376
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The exhibition brings together a selection of Diao's paintings from 1971 to 2012, presenting a timeline of the artist's sustained dialogue with Modernism, as well as his relationship to...

Where:
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
Ridgefield , CT


Telephone: 203-438-4519
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Join the Pace University School of Education's Center for Literacy Enrichment in White Plains for Saturday morning tutoring for 4- and 5 year olds.

Cost: Please call for pricing

Where:
The Center for Literacy Enrichment
Education House at the Pace University Law School Campus
52 North Broadway
White Plains, NY  1060
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Sponsor: Pace University Center for Literacy Enrichment
Telephone: 914-422-4135
Contact Name: Sr. St. John Delany
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On May 2, 2014 Lyndhurst's grand Picture Gallery reopens to the public. The gallery features a fine collection of paintings purchased by railroad baron Jay Gould in the 1880's and is a...

Cost: $14 Adults, $13 Seniors, $7 Children 6-16

Where:
Lyndhurst Mansion
635 South Broadway
Tarrytown, NY  10591
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ICELAND: Artists Respond to Place (June 29 – September 28, 2014 at the Katonah Museum of Art) is the first museum exhibition in the United States to focus exclusively on contemporary...

Cost: $10 Adults, $5 Seniors & Students, Members & Children (Under the Age of 12) Alwa

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street (Route 22)
Katonah, NY  10536
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Telephone: 914-232-9555
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Inspired by the works of 19th century sculptor Hiram Powers, including the Museum's own Powers' masterpiece Eve Disconsolate, contemporary sculptor Lily Cox-Richard creates six...

Cost: Free with Museum admission

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Ave
Yonkers, NY  10701
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Sponsor: Hudson River Museum
Telephone: 914-963-4550
Contact Name: Tara Dawson
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SuperPuesto is a temporary pavilion by Terence Gower, commissioned by The Bronx Museum of the Arts in collaboration with the Andrew Freedman Home for Beyond the Supersquare, the first...

Cost: Free

Where:
The Bronx Museum of the Arts
1125 Grand Concourse between 166th and McClellan Streets
Bronx, NY
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Telephone: 718-681-6000
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Mandy Greer, a Seattle-based artist, showcases her work inspired by ancient myths, fairy tales, and the magical moments of everyday life. 

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers , NY  10701
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Telephone: 914-963-4550
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This is the first museum exhibition in the United States to focus exclusively on the relationship of contemporary Icelandic artists to the singular geography of their island nation. This...

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street - Route 22
Katonah, NY  10536
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The Westchester Broadway Theatre presents a stage musical adaption of the classic film, featuring songs like "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" and "If I Only Had a Brain."

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
Elmsford, NY


Telephone: 914-592-2222
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