Take A Few Days Off

Who says weekends away have to be spent lounging poolside in some dusty B&B? While that’s all well and good, here are some easy-to-drive-to jaunts that will have you hiking, shopping, dining, soaking in culture, living it up—or being completely daring.



Travelers these days have a voracious appetite for value but not at the expense of luxury. We want high-thread-count linens, featherbeds, transcendent views, meals that transport, award-winning wine lists, and, at checkout, a bill that doesn’t insult our intelligence. In other words, we want highbrow without the “if-you-have-to-ask-then-you-can’t-
afford-it” attitude. We searched for those B&Bs, inns, and hotels whose owners or managers wish to provide an exceptional body, mind, and soul-satisfying experience but, amazingly, take pleasure in service over outrageous profit.

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The Secret Garden
 
The Charlotte Inn
27 S Summer St, Edgartown (Martha’s Vineyard), MA
(508) 627-4751; relaischateaux.com/charlotte
 
 
Four and a half hours from White Plains to the ferry launch site at Woods Hole, Massachuetts, followed by a 45-minute ferry ride to the island. Ferry reservations are required for visitors bringing a car to the island and it’s recommended to make them as far in advance as possible (508-477-8600). No reservations are required for walk-on passengers.
 
Discerning travelers have been visiting this veddy veddy posh and proper Vineyard gem, the only Relais & Châteaux property on the island, since 1920. An oasis of civility tucked behind a shiny black iron fence, the Charlotte Inn feels far removed from the lively seaside village of Edgartown, though it actually is just a half-block stroll away.
 
Comprising an 1860s Main House (originally the home of a wealthy merchant) and four smaller adjacent buildings (including one, the Garden House, that dates back to 1705), the inn is a meticulously restored example of Edwardian elegance. The property’s visual centerpiece is its enchanting gardens featuring formal English-style plantings, courtyards, and meandering brick paths. A wicker rocking chair on the Summer House’s full-length porch is the perfect perch from which to gaze at the gardens, sip an iced tea, get lost in a good book—and catch a catnap. Interiors are equally inviting. Each of its 25 guest quarters is graciously appointed in English style, showcasing 19th-century antiques, equestrian engravings, and sterling-silver dresser sets. The effect is unabashedly romantic. Indeed, visitors with children under 14 and those traveling in a party of more than four are politely steered to other, more suitable, accommodations. Not to be missed is the inn’s Catch at the Terrace restaurant. Dine indoors or out on superb New American cuisine featuring seasonal and native ingredients. 
 
While Here: Hop an island jitney for a five-minute ride to sunbathe on a pristine sandy beach, browse Edgartown’s many boutiques and galleries, or cycle over to nearby Oak Bluffs to explore its historic colorful gingerbread cottages and picnic on its charming waterfront green. The island also offers a wealth of outdoor pursuits, both on water (sailing, fishing, water-skiing, kayaking, para-sailing, etc.) and on land (golf, tennis, hiking, biking, horseback riding, etc.).
 
The Charlotte Inn
 
Ask for: The Carriage House Suite ($750-$850), featuring its own private outdoor entrance, bedroom with king bed, and living room with fireplace, all styled in pleasantly overstuffed English antique fashion.
 
Just the Facts: Room rates vary according to season and accommodations ($295-$1,000). A continental breakfast, served in the Main House’s glass-paned conservatory or outdoors on a private terrace, is included. Room service is limited to beverages only.

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A Socialite-Style Sojourn
 
The Chanler at Cliff Walk
Newport, RI
(866) 793-5664; thechanler.com
Three hours from White Plains
 
Chanler
 
Weekending at this luxurious historic seaside retreat gives a glimpse into this tony town’s famed Gilded Age but with such welcome amenities as flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi, and double Jacuzzis. Built in 1865 as a summer residence for New York Congressman John Winthrop Chanler and his wife, Margaret Astor Ward, this French Victorian mansion underwent a three-year restoration, earning it recognition from Food & Wine magazine as one of the 15 best new luxury hotels.
 
The Chanler’s intimacy is one of its many charms (the fact that it overlooks the Atlantic Ocean is another); there are only 20 guest quarters, including five suites, set within the main house or in the newer villas. Each has a wet bar and fireplace and is meticulously styled with authentic period furnishings; 12 feature private outdoor decks and 17 offer ocean views. Its oversized bathing chambers—“bathrooms” doesn’t do them justice—are downright decadent. Handcrafted of marble or granite, most have multi-head showers with body jets and/or rain heads, heated floors, flat-screen TVs, and hand-painted and hand-glazed tiles and murals. Do be sure to dine at the Chanler’s Spice Pear Restaurant. Winner of a Wine Spectator Award of Excellence, it presents seasonally inspired New England cuisine either indoors with a glorious oceanfront view or, weather permitting, on its charming seaside terrace.
 
Chanler Ahi Tuna Poke
 
While Here: Tour Newport’s many historic “cottages” (newportmansions.org), stroll along the famed three-and-a-half mile Cliff Walk (with its stunning ocean views on one side and the back lawns of the mansions on the other), sunbathe on its beautiful beaches, explore its lively shopping and dining scene, or take in a spirited game of polo. Also, be sure to experience Newport’s many summertime special events, such as its renowned film, music, and jazz festivals, tennis championships, and yacht regatta.
 
Chanler Room
 
Ask For: The Regency ($475-$1,295). These regally appointed guest quarters feature a spacious seating area, oversized deck, and breathtaking ocean, lawn, and garden views.   
 
Just The Facts: Room rates ($275-$1,295), which include a made-to-order breakfast, vary according to accommodations and season. Twenty-four-hour room service is available.
 
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Fido-Friendly Fun
 
The Mill House Inn
East Hampton, NY
(631) 324-9766; millhouseinn.com
Two and a half hours from White Plains
 
Mill House Americas Cup
 
If the big black dog on the Mill House Inn’s website doesn’t convince you that this standout B&B in tony East Hampton is pet-friendly, perhaps the big plush black dog that lounges on each and every bed will. Proving that you don’t have to sacrifice ultimate indulgence while traveling with Fido, the Mill House Inn was voted one of “Top 50 Small Hotels in the U.S.” by Zagat 2007 and 2008. If you’re taking your dog, why not bring your kids along, too? Rooms are smashing nautical sleek–the America’s Cup Suite has navy blue walls, flat-screen plasma TVs, two-person glass shower—and filled with the snazzy amenities you’d expect in an extravagant human/adult-only property: Frette linens, Kohler fixtures, featherbeds, organic soaps, and bath salts. Complimentary breakfast here is so over-the-top amazing, non-guests often call for reservations. “We once ran an ad in a local magazine offering ‘Breakfast for two starting at four hundred dollars, lodging included,’” says owner/innkeeper Sylvia Muller, “and we got calls for breakfast alone.”
 
While Here: Take the kids to the elaborate playground in the middle of East Hampton or to the Bridgehampton Children’s Museum. You can enjoy pony rides, salamander walks, story times, or Sag Harbor’s Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre. Slather on the sunscreen and spend a day or two at Main Beach—considered one of the world’s best.
 
Ask for: Captain Suite ($950 in season), a two-room suite with one queen and one day bed, gray-green walls, and a fireplace. Add $75 per child and $50 per “good dog.”
 
Just the Facts: Room rates ($225-$1,200) include extraordinary gourmet breakfast (e.g., salmon-and-goat cheese thin-crust breakfast pizza), use of beach blankets, towels, cookies round the clock, oversize bathrooms with double marble showers in suites, iPod docks, the New York Times, and flat-screen TV.

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Tradition with a Twist
 
The Pitcher Inn
Warren, VT
(888) 867-4824; pitcherinn.com
Five hours from White Plains
 
Pitcher Inn Trout Room
 
At first glance, this Relais & Châteaux hostelry looks like the stereotypical New England white clapboard inn, complete with wide front porches, second-story balconies, and gabled rooftop. Stepping into an Adirondack-styled common room with an enormous stone fireplace continues the illusion. But further exploration reveals that the Pitcher Inn is far from stereotypical. When an original 1800s structure on the site burned to the ground in 1993, the property’s new owners decided to build an old-fashioned inn in its stead—but one with whimsical rooms that subvert the inn’s traditional leanings. The showpieces of the property are its 11 delightfully eccentric yet undeniably lavish guest quarters. With themes like “nineteenth-century school room” and “duck blind,” each room is whimsically styled with handcrafted furnishings and trompe l’oeil accents.
 
While here: Pick up gourmet picnic provisions at the old-fashioned Warren Store directly across the street, then set out to cycle or hike through the countryside. Or hit the links, canoe, kayak, or cast your fishing line on the river, or take a dunk in an old-fashioned swimming hole. Not the outdoorsy type? Score some vintage McCoy pottery at a dusty old antiques shop, pamper yourself with a massage at the inn’s spa, or just stretch out on a lounge chair to watch the river go by. In the evening, enjoy contemporary American cuisine featuring fresh regional ingredients, either by candlelight or on the back veranda. Oenophiles will want to reserve a table in the romantic wine cellar (its collection has garnered numerous accolades from Wine Spectator) to savor a special tasting menu.
 
Ask for: Trout ($575), an octagonal room featuring a king-size bed crafted from actual tree trunks, a wood-burning, river-stone fireplace, a fly-tying desk, and private porch overlooking the river.
 
Just the facts: Rates range from $375 to $700 and include full breakfast and daily afternoon tea; one three-course dinner is included with a Sunday-through-Thursday visit.
BTW: Stop on the way in Quechee Lakes, Vermont, for lunch or dinner at the Parker House (theparkerhouseinn.com). Dining on its back porch overlooking the river is the perfect antidote for the travel-weary.

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A Taste of the Good Life
 
The Wauwinet
Nantucket, MA
(800) 426-8718; wauwinet.com
Five hours from White Plains (including one-hour
high-speed ferry)
 
Wauwinet Nantucket MA
 
So exclusive it does not even have a “lodging” identifier (Inn, Hotel, B&B) in its name, the Wauwinet entices A-list conscious guests to its edge-of-Nantucket sanctuary. An esteemed Relais & Châteaux property, it has racked up dozens of prestigious awards and distinctions including Condé Nast Gold List and Travel and Leisure’s World’s Best. Formerly a whaling seaport, Nantucket Island is a National Historic District, vigilant in keeping its 17th-century, gray-shingled appearance. Whaling captains, however, have been replaced by Lilly Pulitzer- and Tommy Bahama-wearing landlubbers from suburbs and cities; downtown, with its cobblestone streets is now a commercialized series of galleries, scrimshaw shops, and Vineyard Vines-like boutiques. The Wauwinet is nine miles away from all this hustle and bustle, on the edge of the Great Point Wildlife Sanctuary. Pine armoires, stuffed chintz seating, and fine antiques fill each sun-flooded guestroom and cottage, and, with daily guided tours through nature preserves and out to Sconset (an historic fishing village), as well as Zagat’s highest-rated Massachusetts restaurant, Topper’s, on site—there’s no need to leave this ocean and bayside resort. 
 
While Here: Take advantage of these two complimentary Wauwinet offerings (Monday-Friday only): the Great Point Natural History Tour via jeep and a trip to Sconset in a newly restored 1946 Ford Woody Wagon. Munch on celebrated Chef David Daniels’s signature truffled rigatoni and cheeses at the Wauwinet’s Topper’s Restaurant, and book a Cranberry Crush Body Treatment at the Wauwinet’s Spa by the Sea, which uses fresh-from-the-garden rose, chamomile, rosemary, lavender, and hydrangea oils. 
 
Ask for: The Deluxe Bayview Room ($620-$1,220 per night)—king bed and understated elegance in a room decorated in shades of terra cotta, eggshell, sand, and ecru.
 
Just the Facts: Room rates ($380-$1,450) include full breakfast, early risers’ coffee and pastries, afternoon cheese, port and sherry, flat-screen TV, fresh wildflowers, hourly boat jitney into town, Wi-Fi, Caudalie toiletries, Rivolta Carmignani linens, use of mountain bikes, small boats and kayaks, fresh fruit, unlimited bottled water, movies on request with hot buttered popcorn, use of personalized iPods, “Sherpa” service to collect shopping goods in town, the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times, and complimentary narrated tours of the island Monday to Friday.

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Down-Home Comfort
 
Chestnut Inn @ Oquaga Lake
Deposit, NY
(866) 467-0002; chestnutinn.com
Two and a half hours from White Plains
 
If not shuttered entirely, many small resorts in the northern Catskills have proven to be shabby ghosts of flourishing times. This certainly was true of the Chestnut Inn, which was built in 1927 with rich chestnut wood and by the 1970s was but a splinter of its former self. However, in 2006, its 35 small rooms were transformed into 17 luxury suites (with traditional décor, 600-thread-count linens, Jaccuzis, and flat-screen TVs), and a new, imaginative restaurant has begun to attract attention. So it might just be the time to deposit yourselves in Deposit, New York. A strong sense of old-fashioned community is cherished around Oquaga Lake—let’s just say it’s not where the likes of Brangelina tend to summer (yet)—so despite its new makeover, you feel a nostalgic and relentless desire to just veg out. You can get out on the lake, loll on an Adirondack chair, or join the locals for Friday night’s “Rock on the Dock”—a weekly rock and roll party that draws a fun-loving crowd.
 
While Here: Go paddle-boating, canoeing, swimming, fishing—It’s a lake, for goodness sakes! Order black-and-blue rib eye or pear-and-Dijon chicken, among other American-infused fare at the Chestnut Inn Restaurant.
 
Ask for: A Jacuzzi Suite ($219-$249)–one room with king bed; second has a queen-size pull-out couch, with upscale touches like Bose radio, flat-screen TV, luxury linens, and European toiletries. 
 
Just the Facts: Room rates ($179-$249) include continental breakfast, use of canoes, paddle boats, and unlimited snoozing time on Adirondack chairs.

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Rustic Retreat
 
Interlaken Inn
Lake Placid, NY
(518) 523-3180; theinterlakeninn.com
Four and a half hours from White Plains
 
Interlaken Piano
 
A grand piano sitting atop an Oriental carpet greets you in the entryway. The hand-painted, four-wall mural of an Adirondack wetlands scene that envelops you in an award-winning dining room took a year to create. A polished-daily communal copper table and poster-size print of a tipsy chimp are focal points in the popular Monkey Bar.
Professional wait staff, dressed in button-down shirts and ties, speak knowledgeably about wines from an extensive wine cellar. (No surprise that Interlaken has won Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence four years running.) Upstairs, linens are Frette, rooms bright and welcoming, and beds an oasis of softness. Upon checkout, after a three-course gourmet breakfast (included), the bill comes to almost half of what it would cost next door at the venerable Mirror Lake Inn, and this is not by accident. Owner Mary Neary goes to great lengths to keep room rates moderate even in peak season when many franchise, no-frills hotels command $250 and more per double. Heralded as the only boutique inn in town, the Interlaken is the perfect place to savor a night after a grueling but exhilarating day climbing one of the dozens of high peaks in the area.
 
Iner Lake Inn Dining
 
While Here: Pick up an Olympic Passport ($29) at the ORDA (Olympic Regional Development Association) Store on Main Street, which gets you an in-the-know guided tour of the hockey arena at which the U.S. beat the Russians (the Miracle on Ice) in the 1980 Olympics, an elevator ride to the top of the 120-meter Olympic ski jump, a gondola ascent to the top of Whiteface Mountain, and a discount on a bobsled ride at the Verizon Olympic Complex. Stroll the 2.7-mile walkway around Mirror Lake, which takes you past downtown boutiques and restaurants. Or bring out your inner mountain man and climb one of the 46 high peaks for which the region is named. 
 
Ask for: The Red Toile Room ($225), with four-poster king bed and private balcony.
 
Just the facts: Room rate ($155-$250) includes gourmet hot breakfast for two.
 
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Early American Charm
 
Colby Hill Inn
Henniker, NH
(603) 428-3281; colbyhillinn.com
Four hours from White Plains
 
Colby
 
Traditional American four-poster beds, fluffy brocade bedding, and small fireplaces—it’s as if George Washington had just stepped out to tend to his troops and horses here at the Colby Hill Inn. Though Washington never slept in this 1797 tavern, Ted Turner and Gina Davis have, and they—like all guests—were treated to chocolate truffles on the nightstand, a wine list that caught the eye of Wine Spectator magazine, an in-ground pool, and floor-to-ceiling windows in the dining room through which you can watch an ever-changing display of feasting birds. “We take a lot of pride in our dining and lodging,” says innkeeper Cyndi Cobb, who runs the inn with her husband, Mason. “Our New England contemporary cuisine has been featured in Ski Magazine and the Boston Globe, along with many other publications.” With signature Chicken Colby Hill—a boneless chicken breast stuffed with lobster, leeks, and Boursin cheese with Chardonnay cream sauce—on the menu, it’s worth staying in for dinner. When the Cobbs bought this place in 2000, they immediately stripped the cutesy, fussy, rosebud wallpaper, got rid of bulky canopy beds, and upgraded the linens. Each room is imbued with traditional American antiques—leaning this way and that on original wide-plank floors—along with contemporary amenities, including a little rubber bathtub ducky that you can take home.
 
While Here: Most people take advantage of all of the natural wonders this area has to offer. Procure a Rotary Club Outdoor Guide and choose from an array of hiking, biking, and kayaking routes that take you to covered bridges, fire towers, brooks, bogs, rivers, and lakes.
 
Colby Room
 
Ask for: The Carriage House Suite ($249-$279) a large room with queen canopy bed, cream-colored walls and carpeting, Queen Ann chairs, gas fireplace, rainwater shower in bathroom, and French doors onto deck overlooking an in-ground pool.
 
Just the Facts: Room rates ($140-$279) include made-to-order breakfasts, use of outdoor pool, and fresh-from-the-oven cookies with soft drinks in the afternoon.
 
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On the Waterfront
 
Wentworth by the Sea Hotel & Spa
New Castle, NH
(603) 422-7322; wentworth.com
Four hours from White Plains
 
Wentworth Aerial
 
At 6 am, we open the shades to witness a ball of fire rising slowly over an endless ocean. This is what we love about East Coast waterfront hotels—but not the only reason we yearned to stay at the Wentworth By the Sea. Several years ago, when we were in Portsmouth, our kayaking guide took us past the site of a massive reconstruction project. One of New Hampshire’s last grand hotels, the Wentworth—a landmark in Victorian-era travel with as imposing a history as the presence it commands on Portsmouth Harbor—was being gutted and rebuilt as a flagship Marriott Hotel. President Theodore Roosevelt earned the 1906 Nobel Peace Prize by negotiating the end of the Russo-Japanese War here (the Treaty of Portsmouth), and though much of the 1874 hotel is new, the central portion, including the main entrance and lobby fireplace, remains. The restaurant’s chef, Dan Dumont, recently presented a James Beard House dinner, and Wentworth routinely hosts highbrow offerings like the Winter Wine Festival. If you’re not in the mood for an extravagant meal, opt for butternut squash-polenta tart and other bistro fare in the dark green pub where flickering faux candle sconces set a sophisticated mellow mood. 
 
While Here: Spend time in Portsmouth’s Market Square—dense with boutiques, eateries, and historic buildings. The kids will love the Children’s Museum of Portsmouth (childrens-museum.org), and the 10-acre Strawbery Banke Museum, which depicts 400 years of life in Portsmouth with costumed re-enactors, hands-on archaeology digs, and other innovative programs, (strawberybanke.org).
 
Just the Facts: The Breakfast at Little Harbor ($199-$499) gets you a room, buffet breakfast for two (includes make-your-own Belgian waffles and chef-made omelets) in a green dining room beneath an original hand-painted domed mural, and access to a huge indoor pool and steam room.
 

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Snack in Style
 
The Yorktowne Hotel
York, PA
(800) 233-9324; yorktowne.com
Four hours from White Plains
 
If junk food is your guilty pleasure, there’s no better place to spend a few crunchy-yummy days than in Pennsylvania’s York County. The Snack Trail is to a muncher what the Wine Trail is to an oenophile, and at the center of it all is the Yorktowne Hotel—a Renaissance revival-style hotel with the county’s only Four-Diamond restaurant. With 20-foot-high ceilings, wood paneling, and chandeliers dripping with crystals—not to mention 121 rooms packed with traditional furniture resplendent in stripes and floral prints—the hotel appropriately fits “America’s First Capitol.”
 
While Here: Dine on sophisticated American food downstairs at the Commonwealth Room. Spend a day navigating the source of crispy, fatty things; Martin’s Potato Chips, Snyder’s of Hanover, Utz, Stauffer Biscuit, Revonah Pretzels, and more open their operations to the public. Samples are guaranteed. Losing the sure-to-be-gained weight, though, is up to you.
 
Ask for/Just the Facts: The York County Salty Eats/Sweet Treats Package ($165-$205 per night per couple), which includes overnight accommodations, a basket filled with local snacks, a self-guided Snack Trail tour, and full breakfast for two. 

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The Royal Treatment
 
Royal Sonesta Hotel
Cambridge, MA
(617) 806-4200; sonesta.com
Three and a half hours from White Plains
 
As you walk through the lobby to get to the elevators, you’ll pass—could it be— an original Andy Warhol? You’ll no doubt be awed by the fact that you could just about dip your toes in the Charles River from the front door of the Royal Sonesta—a hotel that had fallen out of favor a few years ago only to reinvent itself as a a modern art museum outpost. Now, come here to discover what revered art dealer Joan Sonnabend has curated for the hotel: a collection of foremost artists, including Warhol, Stella, Dine, Serra, and Mapplethorpe, among hundreds of others, displayed throughout all public areas. Each room has been redone in an ebullient deco/’50s contemporary mash of mod styles, complete with flat-screen HDTVs, one-of-a-kind masterpieces from local modern artists, high-count linens, and riveting views of either Cambridge or the Charles River. The art here draws aficionados from all over, but there’s just too much to do within a few minutes’ walk of the hotel to hang around, especially in the summer for a family seeking city thrills. Catch a narrated boat tour from the canal dock across the street. Or take advantage of hotel bikes to peddle the Charles River Bikeway. The prestigious Boston Science Museum can be seen right outside the lobby window.  
 
While Here: You can spend a full weekend at the Boston Science Museum (mos.org), but the city features plenty of other delights, including the Swan Boats at Boston Common or mega shopping on Newbury Street. If you bring your kids along, grab a pie from California Pizza Kitchen at the nearby mall, set them up in the room with a movie, and make tracks downstairs to Restaurant Dante—on Oprah’s list and one of Bon Appetit’s Top 10 hot new restaurants—where attentive service and divine food hold equal weight.
 
Ask for: An executive suite overlooking the Charles River ($560 in the summer), with king bed and, in a separate area, a pullout couch, each area with flat-screen TVs.
 
Just the Facts: The Summerfest is the most reasonable program we’ve ever seen from a Four-Diamond hotel. Beginning at $209 for a group of four (per night), it includes a deluxe room Thursday through Sunday, complimentary bicycles, a free narrated 60-minute boat ride on the Charles, free van service into Boston, free ice-cream on the esplanade, and complimentary use of the health club. Again—that’s $209 for all four of you!
 
[a jug of wine, a loaf of bread, and thou]
English Charm
 
Inn Victoria
Chester, VT
(802) 875-4288; innvictoria.com
Three and a half hours from White Plains
 
Inn Victoria
 
Inn Victoria has been proclaimed by TripAdvisor as a Top Ten B&B (nationwide), winner of the Travelers Choice Award 2008, and the Vermont Green Mountain Guide’s Most Romantic Inn. But owners John and Julie Pierce, who hail from merry old England, are clued in to the fact that it takes more than looks to make it in the hospitality business. Their pride in this adorable Victorian on the town green is apparent. “We aim to make people happy the moment they come through the door,” says a spry Julie. There’s a sign over the kitchen—”Smile; It Confuses People”—which does, indeed, make guests smile. OK, so the parlor is a tad syrupy—crammed with some of the flamboyant pink fussiness of Victoriana—but the B&B’s 600-square-foot rooms are larger than most and offer the lavish comfort of high-quality sleigh, brass, and ornately carved beds with granite counters in the bathrooms and European toiletries. Julie takes us into the most popular honeymoon suite, the Princess Alice ($205-$255), which sports a full fireplace and double Jacuzzi in the bathroom. On the inside of the closet doorframe, several names written within hearts have been preserved. “One of our guests got married here and started it—and now each couple who weds here adds their names. We won’t ever paint over it,” Julie says. “I think it’s so adorable.”
 
While Here: Get hitched. Yes, this place has carved out a reputation as an elopement and civil union destination. Julie takes you to Town Hall for the license, decorates the parlor with gobs of flowers including “lots of baby’s breath,” makes arrangements with the JP; includes cake, sparkling beverage, two nights’ lodging, dinner at an area hotel, and a DVD of photos—all for the unbelievable price of $800 to $1,100. Eliminate all the stress of wedding planning and save your money for a house down payment.
 
Ask for: The Princess Alice or the Princess Helena Suite ($205-$255) with bedside claw-foot tub set before a gas-burning stove (ah, romance), king sleigh bed, and one rustic wall kept from the original wood barn.
 
Just the facts: Room rates ($110-$255) include the likes of frittatas, crêpes, and what Julie affectionately calls “a puff thing with cheese and ham” breakfast served in a candlelit formal dining room on china, high-thread-count linens pressed by hand in-house, baked goods and coffee and tea in the afternoon, and just-out-the-door access to picture-perfect downtown Chester.
 
[a jug of wine, a loaf of bread, and thou]
Retro Chic
 
Spring Lake Inn
Spring Lake, NJ
(732) 449-2010
springlakeinn.com
One hour forty-five minutes from White Plains
 
Spring Lake Inn
 
A mile or so off of Exit 98 on the Garden State Parkway, there’s a time tunnel. Go through it and you come out in the Atlantic oceanfront town of Spring Lake—circa 1890. There are no traffic lights. No parking meters. There are no fried dough or fudge hawkers on a two-mile, arrow-straight, wood-planked path—no hawkers of any kind at all. Spring Lake offers the longest non-commercial section of ocean boardwalk in New Jersey. The 16-room Spring Lake Inn commands a corner one block away from the waves of the Atlantic. Red-and-white striped awnings shade rocking chairs on an inviting, 80-foot front porch from which you’d expect to see a barbershop quartet stroll by. Built in 1888, the inn is a grand shore-town Victorian, owned and restored by Barbara and Andy Seaman, who are not afraid to use saturated colors in each unique room. Emerald greens, deep burgundies, electric pinks, blazing yellows—each accommodation is a mélange of styles; rag rugs with lace curtains, wingback chairs amid fringed floor lamps. Rooms are so distinctive, it’s tough to choose. “There’s one couple who comes often from Pennsylvania and is one room short of staying in all sixteen,” reports Andy. Look closely, and you’ll see solar panels on the roof. “We installed those in September 2007,” Andy says. “We’re not quite self-sufficient, but it’s a start.” Sometimes bringing the lodging industry into the 21st century takes some old-fashioned common sense.
 
While Here: Beach it! Spring Lake Beach was ranked by About.com as the best classic beach in the United States. Access badges normally cost $9 but come with a room at the inn. Also, don’t miss a walk around (and over, via wooden foot-bridges) pond-size Spring Lake and shopping in a quaint, but chic, downtown. Not one franchise store—and fun boutiques like Splash, Camel’s Eye, Urban Details, Pink Pony, and the Spot will win you over with reasonable prices. Dine at the inventive Black Trumpet (theblacktrumpet.com)—where “Lobster Cappuccino” (lobster bisque) emerges from the kitchen in a glass coffee mug, grilled Cesar salad is half a head of Romaine touched by flame, and fish is expertly prepared—or beneath several small crystal chandeliers at romantic Whispers (whispersrestaurant.com). Both are highly rated by Zagat and are a block from the inn.
 
Spring Lake Inn Room
 
Ask for: Everyone has a favorite. Though the Tower Room ($399) is popular, we are partial to the rectangular burgundy-hued Moonbeam Room ($329), which has windows on two walls and a telescope pointed at the sky.
 
Just the Facts: Rooms are large enough to accommodate a couple port-a-cribs, and kids are welcome here. Room rates ($219-$399 in season) include a hot gourmet breakfast, e.g., crème brulée French toast—for two, beach access badges for all, use of beach chairs, blankets and towels, cookies and refreshments in the afternoon.
 
[a jug of wine, a loaf of bread, and thou]
Get the Blues
 
The Inn on the Beach
Plum Island/Newbury, MA
(978) 465-7171; blueinn.com
Four hours from White Plains
 
The Inn on the Beach Livingroom
 
If you wish to impress your heart’s desire, book an oceanfront suite at the ultra-chic blue, The Inn on the Beach. The small B&B is so hard to find, hotel staff have become adept at guiding lost guests, via cellphone, to what feels like the end of the earth. blue is the only lodging on Plum Island—a barrier island off of historic Newbury—wedged among shore homes in various stages of knockdown and renovation. A tiny lobby—pristine whitewash with blocks of blue glass accents—sports a flat-screen TV on which a video of ocean waves sets the tone. “That’s our webcam and you can also access it on our website to see what the conditions are before coming here,” says inn manager Diane Beaudry. “Rather cool,” we thought, not fully grasping the significance of the image until we walked into a white, white, white (with a touch of blue) Oceanfront Suite. On the far wall, French doors opened onto a private deck with a hot tub. And beneath the deck, sand. The beach. Those waves. A couple of pairs of royal blue flip-flops, propped on rolled towels, were waiting on a plump white bed. Wine was chilling in a cooler. A cushy chaise and full couch—slip-covered in white, and, of course, a blue throw—faced out to those dramatic Atlantic rollers. Heaven.
 
While Here: Bird-watch (Plum Island is home to the 4,600-acre Parker River National Wildlife Refuge). Stargaze. Bike. Surf. Or let the ultimate concierge service plan a romantic dinner cooked expressly for you on the beach, a day of sailing, a tour of the area. Your wish is their command. If you care to leave the premises, funky Plum Island Grille is the place to go for supper.
 
Ask for: An Oceanfront Suite ($385 in season), unless you plan to bring your family. The Grand Salon accommodates four in a two-story, two-bedroom space with Viking appliances in a sun-drenched kitchen ($995 per night).
 
Just the Facts: The Romantic Getaway Package ($815 per couple) includes two nights in an Oceanfront Suite, dinner for two at a Newburyport restaurant, fresh flowers, Godiva truffles, a bottle of chilled wine (white, naturally), unlimited bottled water and sodas, souvenir flip-flops, breakfast delivered to your room in a picnic basket, use of bikes, surfboards, boogie boards, beach toys, cabanas, and lounge chairs.

[for culture vultures; shopping on the side]
Catskill Chic
 
The Villa at Saugerties
Saugerties, NY
(845) 246-0682; thevillaatsaugerties.com
One hour forty minutes from White Plains
 
Say goodbye to the chintz, the brocade, and the stuffy Victorian furniture. Just because you want to get away for the weekend doesn’t mean you want to leave your sense of style behind with the babysitter. Innkeepers Aimee Szparaga and Richard Nocera know just how you feel. After all, they’re ex-Manhattanites. So when they decided to convert their Mediterranean-style house in upstate New York, they filled it not with antiques but with urbane contemporary furnishings and minimal fussiness. The beds are sleek, birch platforms; the baths are chic poured concrete, the artwork is all cool and original (some works by Nocera himself). Choose where you’d like to relax: the bluestone patio by the 40-foot pool outside or the Dutch modern fireplace inside. Rip Van Winkle fell asleep for 40 years while in the Catskills and, after spending a night at the Villa, you’ll understand why. It’s located far enough off the main drag that it’s the quietest night you could possibly experience, and no lights make it through except the light of the stars. Those 350-count Egyptian cotton sheets don’t hurt, either. In the morning, Szparaga, who was once a dining critic for Time Out New York, prepares a fresh breakfast from scratch, tailored to your tastes.
 
While Here: Downtown Saugerties has a very Main Street, U.S.A., feel and is lined with browse-worthy antiques shops and bookstores. Or you can get yourself back to the garden with a two-minute drive to the artsy town of Woodstock. Movie mavens flock to the annual Woodstock Film Festival each October, but foodies get a festival of their own right in Saugerties: the Hudson Valley Garlic Festival in September.
 
Ask For: While the Studio ($195-$235) may be the biggest room, and includes amenities like a stainless-steel mini-refrigerator, the Flat ($165-$185) might be more stylish, with modern steel furnishings and a rainfall shower cordoned off by a glass-block wall.
 
Just the Facts: Rates for the five guest rooms ($135-$235) include breakfast and all the snacks you can grab from the fridge. From mid-November to the end of May, the property is available as a private vacation rental on a weekly ($2,500) or monthly ($6,000) basis.

[for culture vultures; shopping on the side]
To the Manor Born
 
Manor House
Norfolk, CT
(860) 542-5690; manorhouse-norfolk.com
One hour forty-five minutes from White Plains
 
Home of the renowned Norfolk Summer Music Festival and set on the Connecticut side of the culturally rich Berkshires, the little hamlet of Norfolk has been drawing legions of wealthy weekenders for 150 years. Charles Spoffard built his Victorian Tudor mansion here in 1898. Now called the Manor House, this nine-room bed & breakfast features 20 original Tiffany stained-glass windows and is a repository for pedigreed furniture gleaned from a nearby buggy-whip factory that has been repurposed as a marketplace for nearly 100 antiques dealers. Four-poster beds softened by gauze curtains, crystal chandelier illuminating a hot breakfast smorgasbord each morning—the splendor of the Victorian era has come to modern times.
 
While Here: Climb a nearby granite tower to overlook three states, hike to a series of waterfalls. Drive 10 minutes to Buggy Whip Antiques (buggywhipantiques.com) and pick up the farm table of your dreams. Ask the innkeepers to prepare a gourmet picnic basket (meal with glassware, silverware, and china starts at $30 for two), then roll a blanket out on the grass down the street for the Yale Summer School of Music Norfolk Chamber Music Festival (yale.edu/norfolk).
 
Ask for: The Master Bedroom ($255). Heavy on wood paneling, the room features a four-poster king bed, which overlooks a sitting area and fireplace. Private balcony.
 
Just the Facts: Room rate ($130-$255 in season) includes gourmet breakfast items and fresh flowers in each room.
 
[for culture vultures; shopping on the side]
Farm Fresh
 
The Guest House at
Field Farm
Williamstown, MA
(413) 458-3135; guesthouseatfieldfarm.org
Two and a half hours from White Plains
 
Let’s say you’d like to stay in an iconic property that represents a certain moment in recent time, a property like Philip Johnson’s Glass House, for example, but with fewer windows. Luckily, the Guest House at Field Farm, a Bauhaus-style home built in 1948 to house the contemporary artwork of lumber mogul Lawrence Bloedel (who turned down Frank Lloyd Wright as architect because Bloedel preferred to buy and construct his own furniture), now offers five retro-modern guest rooms in a spectacular field and mountain-foothills setting. Its spacious common living room contains an enviable collection of ’50s modern furniture. Set your wine glass down on a Noguchi table. Read under a floor lamp by Design Within Reach. Swerve around in an Eames chair. Peruse the Wolf Kahn paintings. The whole place is an embarrassment of Danish design wonders right down to the cork flooring.
 
While Here: Embrace your inner artist by perusing three standout museums: MassMoca, the Williams College Art Museum, and the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. Have dinner at mod little Mezze Bistro
(mezzeinc.com). In summer, the celebrity-
favored summer stock, Williamstown Theatre Festival, is staging the musical She Loves Me and Chekhov’s Three Sisters, among other productions.
 
Ask for: The North Room ($225-$250). Bedding is big and comfy, white set off by vibrantly colored accent pillows. A small sitting area in front of a little fireplace and Frette towels and European toiletries in a gray-tiled bathroom stay true to ’50s design. In the morning, throw back the curtains to reveal staggering meadow and mountain views.
 
Just the Facts: Room rate ($150-$295) includes three-course breakfast made to order served around a teak dining table in a deep-plum and olive-green-hued room, a “guest pantry” where water, soda, and cookies are served in the afternoon, outdoor pool, and exceptional mountain views.
 
[for culture vultures; shopping on the side]
Revolutionary Relaxation
 
3 Liberty Bed & Breakfast
Clinton, CT
(860) 669-0111; 3liberty.com
One and a half hours from White Plains
 
Your view from the front porch of this immaculately restored Colonial home is quite revolutionary—literally. The triangle of land upon which 3 Liberty sits was a militia-mustering field during the Revolutionary War, and Clinton itself is rich in American history as well as natural beauty. The interior color palette—strong blues, reds, and yellows—reflects the boldness of Colonial décor. Proprietor Glenn Coutu and the inn’s manager, Helen Hoke, have drawn an international clientele with their luxe hospitality; setting out spring water, cookies, tea and cordials, along with homemade appetizers in the late afternoon. In the morning, Helen and Glenn set out their signature breakfasts at the communal kitchen table: egg, cheese, and tomato pie and a candied-walnut bundt cake.
 
While here: Head over to Indian River Marina (860-664-3704; indrivmar.com) where you can rent kayaks by the hour ($12) or day ($50) to explore the local rivers, wetlands, and shore, and get as close as possible to the abundant wildlife, then join the cue at Lobster Landing (152 Commerce St, 860-669-2005), for the best lobster roll this side of Maine. No time to visit France? Try the next best thing at Chamard Vineyards (115 Cow Hill Rd, 860-664-0299), and walk away with bottles of award-winning Chardonnay.
 
Ask for: Any of the four Laura Ashley-like rooms.
 
Just the Facts: Room rate ($120-$200) includes gourmet just-baked afternoon appetizers, cordials, and a three-course breakfast for two.
 
[for culture vultures; shopping on the side]
Art Attack
 
Lancaster Arts Hotel
Lancaster, PA
(866) 720-2787; lancasterartshotel.com
Three and a half hours from White Plains
 
“We’re here?” We had driven more than three hours for this? The City of Lancaster looked somewhat run-down. But we learned: don’t be fooled by first impressions. This Pennsylvania Dutch city, the nation’s oldest inland city, may not be overflowing with designer boutiques and overpriced gourmet restaurants, but it’s got plenty to offer the sophisticated traveler: inimitable antiques shops; fantastic art galleries; and, perhaps best of all, the Lancaster Arts Hotel, a boutique-y inn that is super-sleek, ultra-modern, and filled with great art and good taste. Born to house tobacco originally, today the exposed-brick building is home to 63 guestrooms, an art gallery, and the John J. Jeffries restaurant—where the cooking and drinking water is “filtered through an in-house carbon and reverse osmosis system.” Yes, it’s all PC (the house-filtered water that isn’t drunk is used to water the plants), organic, and local (“Farmer Tom” supplies the heirloom tomatoes)—and delish. That goes for dinner and breakfast. Between those two meals, go out and explore. You’ll be pleasantly surprised. We were.
 
While Here: Visit the more than 60 art galleries, museums, and art venues.
 
Just the Facts: Room rates ($169-$349) include Egyptian sheets, wireless acccess, and Turkish robes and towels. 
 
[we dare you]
Death Be Not Proud 
 
Lizzie Borden B&B
Fall River, MA
(508) 675-7333; lizzie-borden.com
Three hours from White Plains
 
Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast
 
Some Lizzie Borden B&B guests hope to summon the spirit of bludgeoned Andrew Borden and some don’t. We were firmly installed on the “don’t” side, so we opted to stay in Lizzie’s childhood room rather than the more popular guestroom where her stepmother’s body was discovered (and which gets close to $1,000 on eBay for a stay on the anniversary night of the murders). Though you might have a preconceived idea of what the site of a double murder (albeit, 116 years old) looks like, visitors to this intriguingly spooky place are generally surprised by the bright, comfy, Victorian-decorated rooms. Enterprising owner Lee Ann Wilbert drives a BMW with plates that read; “FRTYWX” (proving that she is not above humorous promotion) and will gladly inform you that, by the way, “forty whacks” came from a children’s jump-rope trope during the trial. The actual number of ax blows to the heads? Ten for Dad, 19 for Stepmom.
 
While Here: Visit the world’s largest collection of in-water World War II naval ships, Battleship Cove (508-678-1100; battleship cove.org). Dine at the Abby Grill (508-679-9108; iicaculinary.com)—the International Institute of Culinary Arts training restaurant set within a magnificent cathedraled space where Lizzie Borden used to worship.
 
Ask for: It’s your funeral. Just kidding. Lizzie’s room is $225 per night.
 
Just the Facts: Room rates ($150-$250) include an informative and entertaining time-line tour of the murders (regularly $12.50 for those who don’t stay), and a hot breakfast that replicates the Borden’s last: Johnnycakes, bananas, sugar cookies, as well as bacon and eggs.

[a jug of wine, a loaf of bread, and thou]
Where Romance Reigns Supreme
 
King’s Cottage
Lancaster, PA
(800) 747-8717; kingscottagebb.com
Three hours from White Plains
 
Kings Cottage
 
The owners of King’s Cottage know how to do romance right. Built in Mediterranean style in 1913 and recently restored, this Select Registry Inn “has been designated by American Historic Inns as a Top Ten Most Romantic Inn,” reports owner Ann Willets. “We were the first B&B in Pennsylvania to receive this award and the only one in all of Lancaster County.” The most requested VIP treatment is the Rose Petal Bath—drawn, in a Jacuzzi for two, while you and your honey are at dinner. Most of the rooms sport chandeliers and guests are known to come back just for the amazing breakfasts—sausage Florentine crêpes, sweet potato-pecan pancakes, and the like. 
 
While here: Have dinner with an Amish family or hire a Mennonite guide to take you on a private tour of Pennsylvania Dutch Country; owners Ann Willets or Janis Kutterer will be happy to make arrangements. Lancaster also has a surprisingly vibrant art scene—performing, fine arts, crafts—with a constellation of galleries, studios, and theaters. Log onto lancasterarts.com for a comprehensive guide.
 
Ask for: The Carriage House ($300-$325), done up in burgundy and copper accents, or the Majestic Chamber ($270-$290) with hardwood floors, green walls, inlaid wood furniture. Both rooms contain flat-screen HDTVs and double whirlpool baths; and if you’re feeling particularly reclusive, you can choose to have breakfast delivered in a picnic basket to your door.
 
Just the Facts: Room rate ($165-$325) includes full gourmet breakfast, a 24-hour guest kitchen with munchies, afternoon refreshments, complimentary DVD library, Wi-Fi.

[a jug of wine, a loaf of bread, and thou]
Tickled by Ivory
 
Copper Beech Inn
Ivoryton, CT
(888) 809-2056; copperbeechinn.com
One and a half hours from White Plains
 
The Victorian era was a dangerous time for elephants. Tens of thousands were slaughtered to fuel the need for factory-produced piano keyboards, billiard balls, and combs. By the 1880s, nearly three-quarters of the elephant tusks from Zanzibar ended up on the docks of Essex, Connecticut, then carted a few miles to the piano factories of Ivoryton. Importing real ivory now, of course, is illegal; the factories are gone, but Ivoryton remains a charming weekend destination—if only as the setting for the romantic Copper Beech Inn. The interior is drenched in the deep golds and rusts of a rich man’s home. Burnished woods and the soft tinkling of wine glasses at dinnertime resonate with your inner landed gentry, and in fact the inn’s two restaurants; the Copper Beech Inn Restaurant and Brasserie PIP have won accolades from near and far (Connecticut Magazine and Wine Spectator, to name a couple) with inventive menus and a 4,000-bottle wine-cellar. 
 
While Here: Spend time down the road in the riverfront towns of Chester—a crafters’ and artists’ haven where picturesque homes and 19th-century shops line a curved main street, and Deep River, the perfect place to launch a kayak or canoe on the Connecticut River, a ribbon of water the Nature Conservancy calls “one of the last great places on earth.”
 
Ask for: The Copper Beech Suite ($375); extremely spacious, done up in coral and Chanpagne hues, king four-poster mahogany bed with pillow-top mattress, marble bath, settee in front of fireplace; the most indulgent room in the house.
 
Just the Facts: Room rates ($195-$375 per room) include a multi-course hot gourmet breakfast for two.
 
[a jug of wine, a loaf of bread, and thou]
Flower Power
 
The Inn at Bowman’s Hill
New Hope, PA
(215) 862-8090; theinnatbowmanshill.com
One and a half hours from White Plains
 
“It’s a defining moment when people come through the gates of our property,” says Mike Amery, owner of the Inn at Bowman’s Hill. “It’s like entering another world.” Amery opened the inn, which borders the 134-acre Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve, two and a half years ago and has since drawn celebrities—sports figures, songwriters, actors—and those who celebrate to six outstanding rooms. “Recently, a wife surprised her husband just off the plane from Iraq and took him straight here.” The inn is a member of Condé Nast Select.
 
While Here: New Hope has a charming downtown and a singular attraction: mule-drawn canal barge rides. The Bucks County Playhouse (bucks county playhouse.com), will produce Funny Girl and The Full Monty this summer. Head into Lambertville for some serious antiquing. For dinner, try celebrated French restaurant La Bonne Auberge (bonneauberge.com), housed in a 250-year-old farmhouse.
 
Ask for: The Tower Suite ($405-$525).
 
Just the Facts: Room rates ($295-$525) include signature “eight-items-on-a-plate” gourmet breakfast (using straight-from-the-chicken eggs), and afternoon snacks.

[a jug of wine, a loaf of bread, and thou]
Low-Key Luxury
 
Inn at Stonington
Stonington, CT
(860) 535-2000; innatstonington.com
Two hours from White Plains
 
Less a tourist draw than neighboring Mystic, Stonington is the kind of town where weekend escapees from New York City putter in Federal-style home front-yard gardens and say “hi” to passersby. It’s this lack of highbrow pretentiousness that carries over to the way that owner Bill Griffin runs his graceful inn. “If you order wine or flowers for your room, we pass it along to you at cost,” says co-manager Anne Starzec-Henson. “All calls from the room to anywhere in the U.S. are free. Bill doesn’t want to gouge the guests.” Half of the rooms in the two-building, 18-room Inn at Stonington face bucolic Stonington Harbor. Accommodations are both refined and warm—Frette linens, walls in soothing yellows, blues, and creams, dark spindly four-poster beds, and private balconies on harbor-front rooms. Travertine tiles in sparkling bathrooms lend a chic Italian air. From 6 to 7:30 pm, wine and cheese are served in the elegant parlor as “a nice way to meet the other guests,” says Starzec-Henson. And the inn has an exclusive dining/cocktail arrangement with nearby Stonington Harbor Yacht Club.
 
While Here: Pick up a bottle of wine and a picnic basket at Theresa’s Gourmet Deli and take a sunset cruise with singer/songwriter/boat captain Darin Keech on his 39-foot Ericson, Poet’s Lounge (sailpoetslounge.com). On Sunday morning, walk over to the fantastically popular live jazz brunch at Skipper’s Dock Restaurant (skippersdock.com).
 
Ask for: A seaside room ($180-$350); king four-poster or sleigh beds, fireplace, and water views.
 
Just the Facts: Room rates ($150-$445) include afternoon wine and cheese reception. However, the inn often offers packages such as the winter Friday Night Special ($289) for a seaside room and $65 certificate towards dinner at one of several area restaurants. Check the inn’s website for specials.

 
[a jug of wine, a loaf of bread, and thou]
Castles in the Sand
 
Sand Castle B&B
Long Beach Island, NJ
(609) 494-6555; sandcastlbi.com
Two hours from White Plains
 
Sand Castle Bed and Breakfast
 
Modern exterior, well-dressed rooms, and touted as Best Breakfast in Northeast by Arrington’s Inn Traveler Magazine, the adults-only Sand Castle B&B is quite an anomaly considering most foreboding sandy couched hotels on this spit of New Jersey. Growing in popularity, Long Beach Island, an 18-mile-long barrier island, is considered one of the greatest treasures on the Jersey Shore. There are very few lodging options here because most residences are privately owned, and those hotels that do advertise have names like “Drifting Sands” and “Surf City” (which boasts a liquor store on premises). In the stately Sand Castle, guests can choose between white-bright rooms containing arched windows, mesmerizing views of Barnegat Bay, four-poster beds, vaulted ceilings, private decks, flat-screen TVs, and lofts—no two rooms are alike. 
 
Sand Castle B&B
 
While here: Climb to the top of the lighthouse at Barnegat Lighthouse Park, just steps from the inn, for a panoramic view of Barnegat Bay. Spend a day on the sugar-soft sand, recently voted “prettiest beach” on topbeaches.com, and don’t miss a visit to Viking Village, a collection of shops and a commercial fishing fleet. 
 
Sand Castle B&B Room
 
Ask for: Lighthouse Vista Suite ($280-$425) and stargaze from your loft’s double Jacuzzi, before heading down the spiral staircase to a luxe king bed. 
 
Just the facts: Room rates ($185-$425) include full sumptuous breakfast served in a formal dining room, use of bikes and tennis racquets, beach-access badges, beach chairs, towels, soft drinks 24/7, fireplace, and Wi-Fi.

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April 2014

This special documentary art exhibit is a collaborative project by high school students from all over Westchester County who are took on the challenge to photograph as many plastic bags...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Rd.
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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Cost: $240/8-week class term

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Yonkers Peace Pottery Studio
379 McLean Avenue
Yonkers, NY  10705
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Easter Sunday Menu Appetizer Tomato Tarte Tatin Basil Oil, Balsamic Reduction, Herb Salad Fish Seared Red Snapper Green Pea Broth, Red Pepper Gastric, Purple Potato Entrée Mint...

Cost: $89 ++

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Equus Restaurant at Castle Hotel & Spa
400 Benedict Avenue
Tarrytown, NY  10591
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March 23 – June 15, 2014 This exhibition tells the story of the artistic collaboration between Jasper Johns, one of America’s foremost living artists, and John Lund, master...

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

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
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March 23 – June 15, 2014 This exhibition tells the story of the artistic collaboration between Jasper Johns, one of America’s foremost living artists, and John Lund, master...

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

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
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Sponsor: Katonah Museum of Art
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Awakening Day Package Includes Castle Spa Cuisine Lunch in Equus Restaurant, a 30-Minute Body Scrub and a 90-Minute Swedish massage with Herbal Compress or a 30-Minute Foot Therapy with...

Cost: $350 +

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Castle Hotel & Spa
400 Benedict Avenue
Tarrytown, NY  10591
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Sponsor: THANN Sanctuary Spa
Telephone: 914-524-6392
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Bistro Z, the DoubleTree by Hilton Tarrytown’s popular, upscale modern bistro restaurant at 455 South Broadway, Tarrytown, is whipping up a lavish Easter Brunch that will offer something for...

Cost: $38 per person

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Bistro Z at DoubleTree by Hilton Tarrytown
455 South Broadway
Tarrytown, NY  10591
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Telephone: 914 524 6410
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The Mamaroneck Artists Guild hosts an out-of-the-gallery exhibit at the Greenburgh Public Library. 

Cost: Free

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Greenburgh Library
300 E Main S
Elmsford , NY
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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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Art Workshops for Children Ages 3 – 5; Six-Sessions, from April 8 – May 20 This recurring series of workshops introduces museum experiences and art explorations to 3-5-year-old children and...

Cost: $90 members, $120 non-members for six-week course.

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
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Sponsor: Katonah Museum of Art
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Cost: $90 members, $120 non-members for six-week course.

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
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Cost: 0

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PEACHWAVE YOGURT
228 EAST HARTSDALE AVE
HARTSDALE, NY  10530
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Puppeteer Fred Greenspan returns with his troupe to perform a non-violent Punch and Judy show.  Performances at 1pm and 2:30pm

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Muscoot Farm
51 Route 100
Katonah , NY
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Friends of Weekday Nursery School Spring Fundraising Gala- Cocktails, Dinner, Auctions all to support Weekday Nursery School in New Rochelle.

Cost: $65

Where:
Beckwith Pointe
700 Davenport Ave
New Rochelle, NY  10804
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Sponsor: Friends of Weekday Nursery School
Telephone: 914-632-6758
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Cost: 3,500

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Sage Yoga
6 Maple Ave
Armonk, NY  10504
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Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Rd.
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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30 E. Main Street
Mount Kisco, NY  10549
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Cost: FREE

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Asbury Crestwood Methodist Church
167 Scarsdale Road
Yonkers, NY  10707
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Telephone: 914 872 5269
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Cost: $5.00

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Modern Myths Comics and Games
822 Mamaroneck Avenue
Mamaroneck, NY  10543
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Cost: +/- $67

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Westchester Broadway Theatre
One Braodway Plaza
Elmsford, NY
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Westchester Burger Company
275 South Ridge Street
Washington Park Plaza
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Not “Under Construction!” Opening of Six Ladders Exhibition Features Eye-Catching Transformation of the Katonah Museum of Art   Bright swaths of vibrant colors transform the Katonah...

Cost: $10 adults, $5 seniors/students, members/under 12 free

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street
Katonah , NY  10536
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Sponsor: Katonah Museum of Art
Telephone: 914-232-9555
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Organized by the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the exhibition—one of the first major exhibitions to explore the 40-year evolution of video games as an artistic medium—focuses on...

Cost: Free

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers, NY
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Telephone: 914-963-4550
Website »

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The Neuberger hosts a selection of more than 40 of Forrest Best’s paintings, along with rare works on paper and selected letters

Cost: General Public: $5 Seniors 62+: $3 Students: $3

Where:
Neuberger Museum of Art at Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY  10577
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Telephone: 914-251-6100
Website »

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The Museum hosts a series of photographs from the new photographer, who worked as a staffer for LIFE magazine. 

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


Telephone: 203-869-0376
Website »

More information

The exhibition offers a tour of Connecticut’s landscapes painted by American Impressionists, including Chile Hassam, J. Alden Weir, John Henry Twachtman, Leonard Ochtman, and others.

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


Telephone: 203-869-0376
Website »

More information

The Creative Action Network (CAN) launches a crowd sourced art campaign, enlisting artists from all 50 states to create a collection of artwork celebrating the country’s national parks and...

Where:
Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum
4079 Albany Post Road
Hyde Park, NY
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Telephone: 800-337-8474
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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The series features classic movies shown with an expert speaker, including: Two for the Road (April 7, with author and Wesleyan University film professor Jeanine Basinger) The French...

Where:
Bow Tie Criterion Cinemas
Greenwich, CT


Telephone: 914-725-0999

More information

The FTMA program at Sacred Heart University and the Avon co-present a free series of American fight films followed by a discussion with professor Justin Liberman, including: Fat City (April...

Where:
Avon Theatre Film Center
Stamford, CT


Telephone: 203-967-3660
Website »

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The Center’s “After Dark” series features offbeat, cult, and little-seen films; this month’s selections are Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (April 16, followed by a...

Where:
Jacob Burns Film Center
Pleasantville, NY


Telephone: 914-747-5555
Website »

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Classical & Opera Downtown Music presents free, half-hour concerts designed to fit within a lunch hour.  April 2nd, 9th, 16th 23rd, and 30h

Cost: Free

Where:
Grace Church
White Plains , NY


Telephone: 914-949-0384
Website »

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  Jazz, Folk, Rock & Pop   The acclaimed folk duo best known for “Closer to Fine” performs their hits.

Where:
Tarrytown Music Hall
Tarrytown , NY


Telephone: 914-631-3390
Website »

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Standing Ovation Studios presents a production of the Tony-winning musical, based on E.L. Doctorow’s book and set in New Rochelle

Cost: $54-$80

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
Elmsford, NY


Telephone: 914-592-2222
Website »

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Purchase College presents the dramatic play by Federico Garcia-Lorca, about a man who sets out to destroy his former fiancée’s wedding day. 

Cost: $12.50-$17.50

Where:
The Performing Arts Center Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase , NY
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Telephone: 914-251-6200
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Manhattan College hosts readings and book signings with Jane Springer (April 3), author of Murder Ballad, and Chris Tusa, author of Dirty Little Angels.  Event Times: April 3rd and...

Where:
Hayden Hall, Manhattan College
4513 Manhattan College Parkway
Riverdale, NY
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Telephone: 718-862-7921
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The Hispanic Resource Center hosts a photography fund-raising sale to support academic programs for immigrant children and low-income families; the exhibition is free to browse. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Ossining Public Library
53 Croton Avenue
Ossining, NY
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Telephone: 914-941-2416
Website »

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The Hispanic Resource Center hosts a photography fund-raising sale to support academic programs for immigrant children and low-income families; the exhibition is free to browse. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Ossining Public Library
53 Croton Avenue
Ossining, NY
View map »


Telephone: 914-941-2416
Website »

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Katonah Museum of Art’s newest outdoor exhibit, Six Ladders by artist Andrea Lilienthal, features a series of giant bamboo ladders that are whimsical and enigmatic. The ladders lean...

Cost: 10 (Adults); $5 (seniors/students)

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


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

More information

Not “Under Construction!” Opening of Six Ladders Exhibition Features Eye-Catching Transformation of the Katonah Museum of Art   Bright swaths of vibrant colors transform the Katonah...

Cost: $10 adults, $5 seniors/students, members/under 12 free

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


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

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Awakening Day Package Includes Castle Spa Cuisine Lunch in Equus Restaurant, a 30-Minute Body Scrub and a 90-Minute Swedish massage with Herbal Compress or a 30-Minute Foot Therapy with...

Cost: $350 +

Where:
Castle Hotel & Spa
400 Benedict Avenue
Tarrytown, NY  10591
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Sponsor: THANN Sanctuary Spa
Telephone: 914-524-6392
Contact Name: Equus Restaurant
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This special documentary art exhibit is a collaborative project by high school students from all over Westchester County who are took on the challenge to photograph as many plastic bags...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Rd.
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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Telephone: 914-723-3470
Website »

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8-class term, $240 Choose which class day works best for you: Wednesdays, 7-9pm (adults) Thursdays, 1-3pm (adults) Thursdays, 4-5:30pm (kids) Thursdays, 7-9pm (adults) Saturdays,...

Cost: $240/8-week class term

Where:
Yonkers Peace Pottery Studio
379 McLean Avenue
Yonkers, NY  10705
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Sponsor: Yonkers Peace Pottery Studio
Telephone: 646-316-0554
Contact Name: Cori
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Art Workshops for Children Ages 3 – 5; Six-Sessions, from April 8 – May 20 This recurring series of workshops introduces museum experiences and art explorations to 3-5-year-old children and...

Cost: $90 members, $120 non-members for six-week course.

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


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

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Art Workshops for Children Ages 6 – 12; Six-Sessions, from April 10 – May 22 A recurring series of workshops for children ages 6-12.  Find out what it takes to become a mini-printmaker!...

Cost: $90 members, $120 non-members for six-week course.

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


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

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PEACHWAVE YOGURT IS OPENING IN HARTSDALE!  COME ON IN AND GIVE US A TRY! MARCH 21 6:00 PM  

Cost: 0

Where:
PEACHWAVE YOGURT
228 EAST HARTSDALE AVE
HARTSDALE, NY  10530
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Sponsor: PEACHWAVE YOGURT
Telephone: 914-574-5076
Contact Name: Beth steinman

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On Monday, April 21st, the Charter School for Educational Excellence anticipates 400 in attendance at its technology fundraiser, Bits and Bytes. The event will be hosted by 42 in White Plains...

Cost: 50.00

Where:
42
1 Renaissance Square
White Plains, NY  10601
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Sponsor: 42
Telephone: 914-747-0519
Contact Name: Charlotte Abram
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Friends of Weekday Nursery School Spring Fundraising Gala- Cocktails, Dinner, Auctions all to support Weekday Nursery School in New Rochelle.

Cost: $65

Where:
Beckwith Pointe
700 Davenport Ave
New Rochelle, NY  10804
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Sponsor: Friends of Weekday Nursery School
Telephone: 914-632-6758
Contact Name: Niki Guida
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One of theatre’s most illustrious backstage technicians will take center stage as the Broadway Technical Theatre History Project at Purchase College–SUNY honors technical supervisor Fred...

Cost: Free

Where:
Performing Arts Center at Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY, NY  10577
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Sponsor: Purchase College
Telephone: 914 251-6000
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March 23 – June 15, 2014 This exhibition tells the story of the artistic collaboration between Jasper Johns, one of America’s foremost living artists, and John Lund, master...

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

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


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

More information

March 23 – June 15, 2014 This exhibition tells the story of the artistic collaboration between Jasper Johns, one of America’s foremost living artists, and John Lund, master...

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

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


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

More information

The Mamaroneck Artists Guild hosts an out-of-the-gallery exhibit at the Greenburgh Public Library. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Greenburgh Library
300 E Main S
Elmsford , NY
View map »


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

Organized by the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the exhibition—one of the first major exhibitions to explore the 40-year evolution of video games as an artistic medium—focuses on...

Cost: Free

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


Telephone: 914-963-4550
Website »

More information

The Neuberger hosts a selection of more than 40 of Forrest Best’s paintings, along with rare works on paper and selected letters

Cost: General Public: $5 Seniors 62+: $3 Students: $3

Where:
Neuberger Museum of Art at Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY  10577
View map »


Telephone: 914-251-6100
Website »

More information

The Museum hosts a series of photographs from the new photographer, who worked as a staffer for LIFE magazine. 

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


Telephone: 203-869-0376
Website »

More information

The exhibition offers a tour of Connecticut’s landscapes painted by American Impressionists, including Chile Hassam, J. Alden Weir, John Henry Twachtman, Leonard Ochtman, and others.

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


Telephone: 203-869-0376
Website »

More information

The Creative Action Network (CAN) launches a crowd sourced art campaign, enlisting artists from all 50 states to create a collection of artwork celebrating the country’s national parks and...

Where:
Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum
4079 Albany Post Road
Hyde Park, NY
View map »


Telephone: 800-337-8474
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

Not “Under Construction!” Opening of Six Ladders Exhibition Features Eye-Catching Transformation of the Katonah Museum of Art   Bright swaths of vibrant colors transform the Katonah...

Cost: $10 adults, $5 seniors/students, members/under 12 free

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


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

More information

The series features classic movies shown with an expert speaker, including: Two for the Road (April 7, with author and Wesleyan University film professor Jeanine Basinger) The French...

Where:
Bow Tie Criterion Cinemas
Greenwich, CT


Telephone: 914-725-0999

More information

The Most Comprehensive Yoga Teacher Training in Westchester County Become Certified as a 200 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher The Program: Develop a well-rounded knowledge of the...

Cost: 3,500

Where:
Sage Yoga
6 Maple Ave
Armonk, NY  10504
View map »


Telephone: 914-393-6517
Contact Name: Susan Rubin

More information

The FTMA program at Sacred Heart University and the Avon co-present a free series of American fight films followed by a discussion with professor Justin Liberman, including: Fat City (April...

Where:
Avon Theatre Film Center
Stamford, CT


Telephone: 203-967-3660
Website »

More information

The Center’s “After Dark” series features offbeat, cult, and little-seen films; this month’s selections are Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (April 16, followed by a...

Where:
Jacob Burns Film Center
Pleasantville, NY


Telephone: 914-747-5555
Website »

More information

Standing Ovation Studios presents a production of the Tony-winning musical, based on E.L. Doctorow’s book and set in New Rochelle

Cost: $54-$80

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
Elmsford, NY


Telephone: 914-592-2222
Website »

More information

Purchase College presents the dramatic play by Federico Garcia-Lorca, about a man who sets out to destroy his former fiancée’s wedding day. 

Cost: $12.50-$17.50

Where:
The Performing Arts Center Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase , NY
View map »


Telephone: 914-251-6200
Website »

More information

Manhattan College hosts readings and book signings with Jane Springer (April 3), author of Murder Ballad, and Chris Tusa, author of Dirty Little Angels.  Event Times: April 3rd and...

Where:
Hayden Hall, Manhattan College
4513 Manhattan College Parkway
Riverdale, NY
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Telephone: 718-862-7921
Website »

More information

The Hispanic Resource Center hosts a photography fund-raising sale to support academic programs for immigrant children and low-income families; the exhibition is free to browse. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Ossining Public Library
53 Croton Avenue
Ossining, NY
View map »


Telephone: 914-941-2416
Website »

More information

Stop by The Rye Arts Center Gallery to view a highly anticipated ehxibit that uses chairs as its medium.  Join us on Saturday, April 5th from 3:00pm-5:00pm for an Opening Reception of our Edge...

Cost: FREE

Where:
The Rye Arts Center
51 Milton Road
Rye, NY  10580
View map »


Telephone: (914) 967-0700
Contact Name: Bridget Murphy
Website »

More information

  Monday & Friday Mornings: 9:15am-12:00pm Tuesday & Wednesday Afternoons: 11:45am-2:30pm   Sign up now for this popular pre-school creative arts program that offers a well-balanced...

Cost: Varies on day

Where:
The Rye Arts Center
51 Milton Road
Rye, NY  10580
View map »


Telephone: (914) 967-0700
Website »

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Classical & Opera Downtown Music presents free, half-hour concerts designed to fit within a lunch hour.  April 2nd, 9th, 16th 23rd, and 30h

Cost: Free

Where:
Grace Church
White Plains , NY


Telephone: 914-949-0384
Website »

More information

The Hispanic Resource Center hosts a photography fund-raising sale to support academic programs for immigrant children and low-income families; the exhibition is free to browse. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Ossining Public Library
53 Croton Avenue
Ossining, NY
View map »


Telephone: 914-941-2416
Website »

More information

A story time for children of all ages, from newborns to school age children, with a parent or guardian.

Cost: Free

Where:
Mt. Kisco Public Library
100 East Main Street
Mt. Kisco , NY  10549
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6-week classes  Children and parents or caregivers come for an hour of nature fun. Dress for outdoor activity. Except in extreme weather conditions, a portion of each class is spent outdoors....

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

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


Telephone: 914-723-3470
Website »

More information

Katonah Museum of Art’s newest outdoor exhibit, Six Ladders by artist Andrea Lilienthal, features a series of giant bamboo ladders that are whimsical and enigmatic. The ladders lean...

Cost: 10 (Adults); $5 (seniors/students)

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


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

More information

6-week classes  Children and parents or caregivers come for an hour of nature fun. Dress for outdoor activity. Except in extreme weather conditions, a portion of each class is spent outdoors....

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

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


Telephone: 914-723-3470
Website »

More information

Co-Ed Vet2Vet Peer Networking Meetings are held every Monday. Light refreshments will be served. Participation and parking is FREE. Vet2Vet meetings are led by service members & veterans, for...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Peekskill Public Library
4 Nelson Avenue
Peekskill, NY  10566
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Sponsor: Family Services of Westchester
Telephone: 914 872 5269
Contact Name: Kevin Grundig
Website »

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Not “Under Construction!” Opening of Six Ladders Exhibition Features Eye-Catching Transformation of the Katonah Museum of Art   Bright swaths of vibrant colors transform the Katonah...

Cost: $10 adults, $5 seniors/students, members/under 12 free

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


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

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Art Workshops for Children Ages 3 – 5; Six-Sessions, from April 8 – May 20 This recurring series of workshops introduces museum experiences and art explorations to 3-5-year-old children and...

Cost: $90 members, $120 non-members for six-week course.

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


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

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Learn to make earrings while helping a good cause.For every pair of earring you make, make another pair that will be donated to a battered women's shelter.More more information call the...

Cost: Free

Where:
Mt. Kisco Public Library
100 East Main Street
Mt. Kisco , NY  10549
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Art Workshops for Children Ages 6 – 12; Six-Sessions, from April 10 – May 22 A recurring series of workshops for children ages 6-12.  Find out what it takes to become a mini-printmaker!...

Cost: $90 members, $120 non-members for six-week course.

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


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

More information

PEACHWAVE YOGURT IS OPENING IN HARTSDALE!  COME ON IN AND GIVE US A TRY! MARCH 21 6:00 PM  

Cost: 0

Where:
PEACHWAVE YOGURT
228 EAST HARTSDALE AVE
HARTSDALE, NY  10530
View map »


Sponsor: PEACHWAVE YOGURT
Telephone: 914-574-5076
Contact Name: Beth steinman

More information

Friends of Weekday Nursery School Spring Fundraising Gala- Cocktails, Dinner, Auctions all to support Weekday Nursery School in New Rochelle.

Cost: $65

Where:
Beckwith Pointe
700 Davenport Ave
New Rochelle, NY  10804
View map »


Sponsor: Friends of Weekday Nursery School
Telephone: 914-632-6758
Contact Name: Niki Guida
Website »

More information

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
View map »


Sponsor: Westchester Gaming Group
Telephone: 914-525-6375
Contact Name: Elliot
Website »

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March 23 – June 15, 2014 This exhibition tells the story of the artistic collaboration between Jasper Johns, one of America’s foremost living artists, and John Lund, master...

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

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


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

More information

March 23 – June 15, 2014 This exhibition tells the story of the artistic collaboration between Jasper Johns, one of America’s foremost living artists, and John Lund, master...

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

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


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

More information

The Mamaroneck Artists Guild hosts an out-of-the-gallery exhibit at the Greenburgh Public Library. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Greenburgh Library
300 E Main S
Elmsford , NY
View map »


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

The Creative Action Network (CAN) launches a crowd sourced art campaign, enlisting artists from all 50 states to create a collection of artwork celebrating the country’s national parks and...

Where:
Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum
4079 Albany Post Road
Hyde Park, NY
View map »


Telephone: 800-337-8474
Website »

More information

8-class term, $240 Choose which class day works best for you: Wednesdays, 7-9pm (adults) Thursdays, 1-3pm (adults) Thursdays, 4-5:30pm (kids) Thursdays, 7-9pm (adults) Saturdays,...

Cost: $240/8-week class term

Where:
Yonkers Peace Pottery Studio
379 McLean Avenue
Yonkers, NY  10705
View map »


Sponsor: Yonkers Peace Pottery Studio
Telephone: 646-316-0554
Contact Name: Cori
Website »

More information

The FTMA program at Sacred Heart University and the Avon co-present a free series of American fight films followed by a discussion with professor Justin Liberman, including: Fat City (April...

Where:
Avon Theatre Film Center
Stamford, CT


Telephone: 203-967-3660
Website »

More information

Awakening Day Package Includes Castle Spa Cuisine Lunch in Equus Restaurant, a 30-Minute Body Scrub and a 90-Minute Swedish massage with Herbal Compress or a 30-Minute Foot Therapy with...

Cost: $350 +

Where:
Castle Hotel & Spa
400 Benedict Avenue
Tarrytown, NY  10591
View map »


Sponsor: THANN Sanctuary Spa
Telephone: 914-524-6392
Contact Name: Equus Restaurant
Website »

More information

This special documentary art exhibit is a collaborative project by high school students from all over Westchester County who are took on the challenge to photograph as many plastic bags...

Cost: FREE

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


Telephone: 914-723-3470
Website »

More information

The Center’s “After Dark” series features offbeat, cult, and little-seen films; this month’s selections are Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (April 16, followed by a...

Where:
Jacob Burns Film Center
Pleasantville, NY


Telephone: 914-747-5555
Website »

More information

Jazz, Folk, Rock & Pop   The “folk punk” singer, songwriter, and vocalist performs songs from her most recent album, Which Side Are You On? 

Where:
Tarrytown Music Hall
Tarrytown, NY


Telephone: 914-631-3390
Website »

More information

The Most Comprehensive Yoga Teacher Training in Westchester County Become Certified as a 200 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher The Program: Develop a well-rounded knowledge of the...

Cost: 3,500

Where:
Sage Yoga
6 Maple Ave
Armonk, NY  10504
View map »


Telephone: 914-393-6517
Contact Name: Susan Rubin

More information

Stop by The Rye Arts Center Gallery to view a highly anticipated ehxibit that uses chairs as its medium.  Join us on Saturday, April 5th from 3:00pm-5:00pm for an Opening Reception of our Edge...

Cost: FREE

Where:
The Rye Arts Center
51 Milton Road
Rye, NY  10580
View map »


Telephone: (914) 967-0700
Contact Name: Bridget Murphy
Website »

More information

  Monday & Friday Mornings: 9:15am-12:00pm Tuesday & Wednesday Afternoons: 11:45am-2:30pm   Sign up now for this popular pre-school creative arts program that offers a well-balanced...

Cost: Varies on day

Where:
The Rye Arts Center
51 Milton Road
Rye, NY  10580
View map »


Telephone: (914) 967-0700
Website »

More information

For speakers of other languages seeking to improve their English

Cost: Free

Where:
Mt. Kisco Public Library
100 East Main Street
Mt. Kisco , NY  10549
View map »

More information

Organized by the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the exhibition—one of the first major exhibitions to explore the 40-year evolution of video games as an artistic medium—focuses on...

Cost: Free

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers, NY
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Telephone: 914-963-4550
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The Neuberger hosts a selection of more than 40 of Forrest Best’s paintings, along with rare works on paper and selected letters

Cost: General Public: $5 Seniors 62+: $3 Students: $3

Where:
Neuberger Museum of Art at Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY  10577
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Telephone: 914-251-6100
Website »

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The Museum hosts a series of photographs from the new photographer, who worked as a staffer for LIFE magazine. 

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

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The exhibition offers a tour of Connecticut’s landscapes painted by American Impressionists, including Chile Hassam, J. Alden Weir, John Henry Twachtman, Leonard Ochtman, and others.

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

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The series features classic movies shown with an expert speaker, including: Two for the Road (April 7, with author and Wesleyan University film professor Jeanine Basinger) The French...

Where:
Bow Tie Criterion Cinemas
Greenwich, CT


Telephone: 914-725-0999

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Classical & Opera Downtown Music presents free, half-hour concerts designed to fit within a lunch hour.  April 2nd, 9th, 16th 23rd, and 30h

Cost: Free

Where:
Grace Church
White Plains , NY


Telephone: 914-949-0384
Website »

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Standing Ovation Studios presents a production of the Tony-winning musical, based on E.L. Doctorow’s book and set in New Rochelle

Cost: $54-$80

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
Elmsford, NY


Telephone: 914-592-2222
Website »

More information

Purchase College presents the dramatic play by Federico Garcia-Lorca, about a man who sets out to destroy his former fiancée’s wedding day. 

Cost: $12.50-$17.50

Where:
The Performing Arts Center Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase , NY
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Telephone: 914-251-6200
Website »

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Manhattan College hosts readings and book signings with Jane Springer (April 3), author of Murder Ballad, and Chris Tusa, author of Dirty Little Angels.  Event Times: April 3rd and...

Where:
Hayden Hall, Manhattan College
4513 Manhattan College Parkway
Riverdale, NY
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Telephone: 718-862-7921
Website »

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The Hispanic Resource Center hosts a photography fund-raising sale to support academic programs for immigrant children and low-income families; the exhibition is free to browse. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Ossining Public Library
53 Croton Avenue
Ossining, NY
View map »


Telephone: 914-941-2416
Website »

More information

The Hispanic Resource Center hosts a photography fund-raising sale to support academic programs for immigrant children and low-income families; the exhibition is free to browse. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Ossining Public Library
53 Croton Avenue
Ossining, NY
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Telephone: 914-941-2416
Website »

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Awakening Day Package Includes Castle Spa Cuisine Lunch in Equus Restaurant, a 30-Minute Body Scrub and a 90-Minute Swedish massage with Herbal Compress or a 30-Minute Foot Therapy with...

Cost: $350 +

Where:
Castle Hotel & Spa
400 Benedict Avenue
Tarrytown, NY  10591
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Sponsor: THANN Sanctuary Spa
Telephone: 914-524-6392
Contact Name: Equus Restaurant
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This special documentary art exhibit is a collaborative project by high school students from all over Westchester County who are took on the challenge to photograph as many plastic bags...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Rd.
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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Telephone: 914-723-3470
Website »

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8-class term, $240 Choose which class day works best for you: Wednesdays, 7-9pm (adults) Thursdays, 1-3pm (adults) Thursdays, 4-5:30pm (kids) Thursdays, 7-9pm (adults) Saturdays,...

Cost: $240/8-week class term

Where:
Yonkers Peace Pottery Studio
379 McLean Avenue
Yonkers, NY  10705
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Sponsor: Yonkers Peace Pottery Studio
Telephone: 646-316-0554
Contact Name: Cori
Website »

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Art Workshops for Children Ages 3 – 5; Six-Sessions, from April 8 – May 20 This recurring series of workshops introduces museum experiences and art explorations to 3-5-year-old children and...

Cost: $90 members, $120 non-members for six-week course.

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

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March 23 – June 15, 2014 This exhibition tells the story of the artistic collaboration between Jasper Johns, one of America’s foremost living artists, and John Lund, master...

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

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

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Art Workshops for Children Ages 6 – 12; Six-Sessions, from April 10 – May 22 A recurring series of workshops for children ages 6-12.  Find out what it takes to become a mini-printmaker!...

Cost: $90 members, $120 non-members for six-week course.

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
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Sponsor: Katonah Museum of Art
Telephone: 914-232-9555
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Have you ever wondered how to prepare healthy food for you and your family without feeling exhausted and overwhelmed?  Join two Board Certified Holistic Health Coaches, Karen Rigney and Alyson...

Cost: FREE

Where:
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
85 east Main Street
Mount Kisco, NY  10549
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Sponsor: Support Connection
Telephone: 914-962-6402
Contact Name: Support Connection
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March 23 – June 15, 2014 This exhibition tells the story of the artistic collaboration between Jasper Johns, one of America’s foremost living artists, and John Lund, master...

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

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

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PEACHWAVE YOGURT IS OPENING IN HARTSDALE!  COME ON IN AND GIVE US A TRY! MARCH 21 6:00 PM  

Cost: 0

Where:
PEACHWAVE YOGURT
228 EAST HARTSDALE AVE
HARTSDALE, NY  10530
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Sponsor: PEACHWAVE YOGURT
Telephone: 914-574-5076
Contact Name: Beth steinman

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Friends of Weekday Nursery School Spring Fundraising Gala- Cocktails, Dinner, Auctions all to support Weekday Nursery School in New Rochelle.

Cost: $65

Where:
Beckwith Pointe
700 Davenport Ave
New Rochelle, NY  10804
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Sponsor: Friends of Weekday Nursery School
Telephone: 914-632-6758
Contact Name: Niki Guida
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Cost: free

Where:
Purchase College
Red Room of Student Services Building
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY  10577
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Art looted by the Nazis often makes headlines and even features in popular culture as in the recently-released movie “Monuments Men.” But how does an art museum actually research its...

Cost: Free

Where:
Purchase College Student Services Building
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY, NY  10577
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Sponsor: Purchase College
Telephone: 914 251-6000
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Stop by The Rye Arts Center Gallery to view a highly anticipated ehxibit that uses chairs as its medium.  Join us on Saturday, April 5th from 3:00pm-5:00pm for an Opening Reception of our Edge...

Cost: FREE

Where:
The Rye Arts Center
51 Milton Road
Rye, NY  10580
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Telephone: (914) 967-0700
Contact Name: Bridget Murphy
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  Monday & Friday Mornings: 9:15am-12:00pm Tuesday & Wednesday Afternoons: 11:45am-2:30pm   Sign up now for this popular pre-school creative arts program that offers a well-balanced...

Cost: Varies on day

Where:
The Rye Arts Center
51 Milton Road
Rye, NY  10580
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Telephone: (914) 967-0700
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Mother Nature’s Storytime (2-4 years old) Children, with parent or caregiver, enjoy spring days at the center with nature themed stories, nature walks, live animals, and/or crafts.   WED...

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

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Rd.
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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Telephone: 914-723-3470
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  Stories, rhymes, and songs for children ages 18 months through 5 years with a caregiver.

Cost: Free

Where:
Mt. Kisco Public Library
100 East Main Street
Mt. Kisco , NY  10549
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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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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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The Mamaroneck Artists Guild hosts an out-of-the-gallery exhibit at the Greenburgh Public Library. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Greenburgh Library
300 E Main S
Elmsford , NY
View map »


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
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Telephone: 203-438-4519
Website »

More information

The Neuberger hosts a selection of more than 40 of Forrest Best’s paintings, along with rare works on paper and selected letters

Cost: General Public: $5 Seniors 62+: $3 Students: $3

Where:
Neuberger Museum of Art at Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY  10577
View map »


Telephone: 914-251-6100
Website »

More information

The Most Comprehensive Yoga Teacher Training in Westchester County Become Certified as a 200 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher The Program: Develop a well-rounded knowledge of the...

Cost: 3,500

Where:
Sage Yoga
6 Maple Ave
Armonk, NY  10504
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Telephone: 914-393-6517
Contact Name: Susan Rubin

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Organized by the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the exhibition—one of the first major exhibitions to explore the 40-year evolution of video games as an artistic medium—focuses on...

Cost: Free

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


Telephone: 914-963-4550
Website »

More information

The Museum hosts a series of photographs from the new photographer, who worked as a staffer for LIFE magazine. 

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


Telephone: 203-869-0376
Website »

More information

The exhibition offers a tour of Connecticut’s landscapes painted by American Impressionists, including Chile Hassam, J. Alden Weir, John Henry Twachtman, Leonard Ochtman, and others.

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


Telephone: 203-869-0376
Website »

More information

The Creative Action Network (CAN) launches a crowd sourced art campaign, enlisting artists from all 50 states to create a collection of artwork celebrating the country’s national parks and...

Where:
Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum
4079 Albany Post Road
Hyde Park, NY
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Telephone: 800-337-8474
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

The series features classic movies shown with an expert speaker, including: Two for the Road (April 7, with author and Wesleyan University film professor Jeanine Basinger) The French...

Where:
Bow Tie Criterion Cinemas
Greenwich, CT


Telephone: 914-725-0999

More information

The FTMA program at Sacred Heart University and the Avon co-present a free series of American fight films followed by a discussion with professor Justin Liberman, including: Fat City (April...

Where:
Avon Theatre Film Center
Stamford, CT


Telephone: 203-967-3660
Website »

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The Center’s “After Dark” series features offbeat, cult, and little-seen films; this month’s selections are Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (April 16, followed by a...

Where:
Jacob Burns Film Center
Pleasantville, NY


Telephone: 914-747-5555
Website »

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  The JBFC hosts a series of art-related films including Picasso’s Gang (April 23rd, and 29th) Inside the New Yorker Cartoon (April 24, includes multimedia presentation...

Where:
Jacob Burns Film Center
Pleasantville, NY


Telephone: 914-747-5555
Website »

More information

Classical & Opera Downtown Music presents free, half-hour concerts designed to fit within a lunch hour.  April 2nd, 9th, 16th 23rd, and 30h

Cost: Free

Where:
Grace Church
White Plains , NY


Telephone: 914-949-0384
Website »

More information

Standing Ovation Studios presents a production of the Tony-winning musical, based on E.L. Doctorow’s book and set in New Rochelle

Cost: $54-$80

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
Elmsford, NY


Telephone: 914-592-2222
Website »

More information

Purchase College presents the dramatic play by Federico Garcia-Lorca, about a man who sets out to destroy his former fiancée’s wedding day. 

Cost: $12.50-$17.50

Where:
The Performing Arts Center Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase , NY
View map »


Telephone: 914-251-6200
Website »

More information

Manhattan College hosts readings and book signings with Jane Springer (April 3), author of Murder Ballad, and Chris Tusa, author of Dirty Little Angels.  Event Times: April 3rd and...

Where:
Hayden Hall, Manhattan College
4513 Manhattan College Parkway
Riverdale, NY
View map »


Telephone: 718-862-7921
Website »

More information

The Hispanic Resource Center hosts a photography fund-raising sale to support academic programs for immigrant children and low-income families; the exhibition is free to browse. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Ossining Public Library
53 Croton Avenue
Ossining, NY
View map »


Telephone: 914-941-2416
Website »

More information

The Hispanic Resource Center hosts a photography fund-raising sale to support academic programs for immigrant children and low-income families; the exhibition is free to browse. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Ossining Public Library
53 Croton Avenue
Ossining, NY
View map »


Telephone: 914-941-2416
Website »

More information

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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Change happens. Many still dream of ‘Better Homes and Gardens’ landscapes but reality has muddied the picture. Job demands, kids, money, hectic schedules, aging bodies, and changing interests...

Cost: Members $35, Non-Members $45

Where:
Garden Education Center of Greenwich
130 Bible Street
Cos Cob, CT  06807
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Sponsor: GEC
Telephone: 203-869-9242
Contact Name: Program Office
Website »

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8-class term, $240 Choose which class day works best for you: Wednesdays, 7-9pm (adults) Thursdays, 1-3pm (adults) Thursdays, 4-5:30pm (kids) Thursdays, 7-9pm (adults) Saturdays,...

Cost: $240/8-week class term

Where:
Yonkers Peace Pottery Studio
379 McLean Avenue
Yonkers, NY  10705
View map »


Sponsor: Yonkers Peace Pottery Studio
Telephone: 646-316-0554
Contact Name: Cori
Website »

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Art Workshops for Children Ages 3 – 5; Six-Sessions, from April 8 – May 20 This recurring series of workshops introduces museum experiences and art explorations to 3-5-year-old children and...

Cost: $90 members, $120 non-members for six-week course.

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


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

More information

Art Workshops for Children Ages 6 – 12; Six-Sessions, from April 10 – May 22 A recurring series of workshops for children ages 6-12.  Find out what it takes to become a mini-printmaker!...

Cost: $90 members, $120 non-members for six-week course.

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

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NEW! Karen Young Yoga at PFX- WESTCHESTER’S ONLY YOGA FOR GOLFERS SERIES  PFX, 101 Castleton Street, Pleasantville Thursdays 5:30-6:30 $110/5 weeks starting April 24: 4/24, 5/1,...

Cost: $110

Where:
PFX
101 Castleton Street
3rd Floor
Pleasantville, NY  10595
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Sponsor: Karen Young Yoga
Telephone: 347.225.3737
Contact Name: Karen Young
Website »

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Key to the Riddle is a fascinating look at one of America’s most notorious cult visionaries—a man who truly believed that art could save his life. Using Bess’s own hauntingly sincere...

Cost: Free

Where:
Neuberger Museum of Art
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY  10577
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Sponsor: Education Department
Telephone: 914-251-6113
Contact Name: Olivia Kalin

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Family Services of Westchester (FSW) will celebrate 60 years of making a difference in Westchester County with its Diamond Anniversary Gala on Thursday, April 24, 2014, at VIP County Club in New...

Cost: $350

Where:
VIP Country Club
600 Davenport Avenue
New Rochelle, NY  10805
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Sponsor: Family Services of Westchester
Telephone: 914-305-6876
Contact Name: Marianne Gordineer

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March 23 – June 15, 2014 This exhibition tells the story of the artistic collaboration between Jasper Johns, one of America’s foremost living artists, and John Lund, master...

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

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


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

More information

March 23 – June 15, 2014 This exhibition tells the story of the artistic collaboration between Jasper Johns, one of America’s foremost living artists, and John Lund, master...

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

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


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

More information

The Mamaroneck Artists Guild hosts an out-of-the-gallery exhibit at the Greenburgh Public Library. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Greenburgh Library
300 E Main S
Elmsford , NY
View map »


Website »

More information

Awakening Day Package Includes Castle Spa Cuisine Lunch in Equus Restaurant, a 30-Minute Body Scrub and a 90-Minute Swedish massage with Herbal Compress or a 30-Minute Foot Therapy with...

Cost: $350 +

Where:
Castle Hotel & Spa
400 Benedict Avenue
Tarrytown, NY  10591
View map »


Sponsor: THANN Sanctuary Spa
Telephone: 914-524-6392
Contact Name: Equus Restaurant
Website »

More information

This special documentary art exhibit is a collaborative project by high school students from all over Westchester County who are took on the challenge to photograph as many plastic bags...

Cost: FREE

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


Telephone: 914-723-3470
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

Legal Services of the Hudson Valley will hold its 2014 Equal Access to Justice Dinner on April 24 at The Ritz-Carlton, Westchester in White Plains, New York. The cocktail reception begins at...

Cost: $250/ticket; $2,500/table of 10

Where:
The Ritz-Carlton, Westchester
3 Renaissance Square
White Plains, NY  10601
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Sponsor: Legal Services of the Hudson Valley
Telephone: 914-949-1350, x. 160
Contact Name: Marianne Delaney
Website »

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Attend a masquerade party and Red Apple Awards ceremony to benefit the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk. The night will feature a one-of-kind cocktail masquerade party, formal dinner, and benefit...

Cost: Call for information

Where:
Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk
10 North Water Street
Norwalk, NY
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Telephone: 203-852-0700
Website »

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The Emelin hosts a four-part series that surveys the diversity of today’s dance landscape. 

Cost: $25

Where:
Emelin Theatre
153 Library Lane
Mamaroneck, NY
View map »


Telephone: 914-698-0098
Website »

More information

Organized by the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the exhibition—one of the first major exhibitions to explore the 40-year evolution of video games as an artistic medium—focuses on...

Cost: Free

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


Telephone: 914-963-4550
Website »

More information

The Neuberger hosts a selection of more than 40 of Forrest Best’s paintings, along with rare works on paper and selected letters

Cost: General Public: $5 Seniors 62+: $3 Students: $3

Where:
Neuberger Museum of Art at Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY  10577
View map »


Telephone: 914-251-6100
Website »

More information

The Museum hosts a series of photographs from the new photographer, who worked as a staffer for LIFE magazine. 

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


Telephone: 203-869-0376
Website »

More information

The exhibition offers a tour of Connecticut’s landscapes painted by American Impressionists, including Chile Hassam, J. Alden Weir, John Henry Twachtman, Leonard Ochtman, and others.

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


Telephone: 203-869-0376
Website »

More information

The Creative Action Network (CAN) launches a crowd sourced art campaign, enlisting artists from all 50 states to create a collection of artwork celebrating the country’s national parks and...

Where:
Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum
4079 Albany Post Road
Hyde Park, NY
View map »


Telephone: 800-337-8474
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

The series features classic movies shown with an expert speaker, including: Two for the Road (April 7, with author and Wesleyan University film professor Jeanine Basinger) The French...

Where:
Bow Tie Criterion Cinemas
Greenwich, CT


Telephone: 914-725-0999

More information

The Center’s “After Dark” series features offbeat, cult, and little-seen films; this month’s selections are Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (April 16, followed by a...

Where:
Jacob Burns Film Center
Pleasantville, NY


Telephone: 914-747-5555
Website »

More information

  The JBFC hosts a series of art-related films including Picasso’s Gang (April 23rd, and 29th) Inside the New Yorker Cartoon (April 24, includes multimedia presentation...

Where:
Jacob Burns Film Center
Pleasantville, NY


Telephone: 914-747-5555
Website »

More information

Classical & Opera Downtown Music presents free, half-hour concerts designed to fit within a lunch hour.  April 2nd, 9th, 16th 23rd, and 30h

Cost: Free

Where:
Grace Church
White Plains , NY


Telephone: 914-949-0384
Website »

More information

Ragtime, the Tony Award-winning musical set in our very own New Rochelle, is coming to Westchester Broadway Theatre. It’s running through May 4th, Thursdays through Sundays, and the show...

Cost: +/- $67

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
One Braodway Plaza
Elmsford, NY
View map »

More information

PEACHWAVE YOGURT IS OPENING IN HARTSDALE!  COME ON IN AND GIVE US A TRY! MARCH 21 6:00 PM  

Cost: 0

Where:
PEACHWAVE YOGURT
228 EAST HARTSDALE AVE
HARTSDALE, NY  10530
View map »


Sponsor: PEACHWAVE YOGURT
Telephone: 914-574-5076
Contact Name: Beth steinman

More information

Standing Ovation Studios presents a production of the Tony-winning musical, based on E.L. Doctorow’s book and set in New Rochelle

Cost: $54-$80

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
Elmsford, NY


Telephone: 914-592-2222
Website »

More information

Purchase College presents the dramatic play by Federico Garcia-Lorca, about a man who sets out to destroy his former fiancée’s wedding day. 

Cost: $12.50-$17.50

Where:
The Performing Arts Center Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase , NY
View map »


Telephone: 914-251-6200
Website »

More information

The Hispanic Resource Center hosts a photography fund-raising sale to support academic programs for immigrant children and low-income families; the exhibition is free to browse. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Ossining Public Library
53 Croton Avenue
Ossining, NY
View map »


Telephone: 914-941-2416
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Light Dinner & Dessert provided   Bring Your Own Beverage  A workshop with tips on choosing and arranging store-bought flowers with expert floral designer, Miriam Landsman.  ...

Cost: Members $30, Non-Members $40

Where:
Garden Education Center of Greenwich
130 Bible Street
Cos Cob, CT  06807
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Sponsor: GEC
Telephone: 203-869-9242
Contact Name: Program Office
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Manhattan College hosts readings and book signings with Jane Springer (April 3), author of Murder Ballad, and Chris Tusa, author of Dirty Little Angels.  Event Times: April 3rd and...

Where:
Hayden Hall, Manhattan College
4513 Manhattan College Parkway
Riverdale, NY
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Telephone: 718-862-7921
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socialize w/friends while playing games and winning table & sweepstakes prizes!  "$$ Hat" raffle being held as well!  $10 admission includes appetizers, finger sandwiches, hot & cold beverages...

Cost: $10 per person

Where:
St. Columbanus Church Hall
122 Oregon Road
Cortlandt Manor, NY  10567
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Sponsor: R
Telephone: 914.737.4705
Contact Name: Doreen Evangelista
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The Hispanic Resource Center hosts a photography fund-raising sale to support academic programs for immigrant children and low-income families; the exhibition is free to browse. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Ossining Public Library
53 Croton Avenue
Ossining, NY
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Telephone: 914-941-2416
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Friends of Weekday Nursery School Spring Fundraising Gala- Cocktails, Dinner, Auctions all to support Weekday Nursery School in New Rochelle.

Cost: $65

Where:
Beckwith Pointe
700 Davenport Ave
New Rochelle, NY  10804
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Sponsor: Friends of Weekday Nursery School
Telephone: 914-632-6758
Contact Name: Niki Guida
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A Evening of Inspiration with Author Donna Fullerton  Co-Author of "The Freedom Zone"   -Round table Discussion -Excerpt Reading and tour of "The Freedom Zone" -Book Signing and...

Cost: Free

Where:
Weezie D
15 Park Place
Bronxville, NY  10708
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A Evening of Inspiration with Author Donna Fullerton Co-Author of "The Freedom Zone"   -Round table Discussion -Excerpt Reading and tour of "The Freedom Zone" -Book Signing and Q&A's...

Cost: free

Where:
Weezie D
15 Park Place
Bronxville, NY  10708
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The Most Comprehensive Yoga Teacher Training in Westchester County Become Certified as a 200 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher The Program: Develop a well-rounded knowledge of the...

Cost: 3,500

Where:
Sage Yoga
6 Maple Ave
Armonk, NY  10504
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Telephone: 914-393-6517
Contact Name: Susan Rubin

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Set in sixteenth century Florence, the story details to what lengths a love smitten Florentine will go to win the favors of a beautiful young woman who is inconveniently married to the rich and...

Cost: $10.00 general, $5.00 Senior Citizens $5.00 Students and Employees w/ ID

Where:
Doorley Auditorium
715 North Ave
New Rochelle, NY  10801
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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:
DeCicco in Ardsley, Armonk, Brewster, Harrison and
, NY


Sponsor: ThankYouForCaring
Telephone: 914-424-8888
Contact Name: John Higgins
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Stop by The Rye Arts Center Gallery to view a highly anticipated ehxibit that uses chairs as its medium.  Join us on Saturday, April 5th from 3:00pm-5:00pm for an Opening Reception of our Edge...

Cost: FREE

Where:
The Rye Arts Center
51 Milton Road
Rye, NY  10580
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Telephone: (914) 967-0700
Contact Name: Bridget Murphy
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  Stories, rhymes, and songs for children ages 18 months through 5 years with a caregiver.

Cost: Free

Where:
Mt. Kisco Public Library
100 East Main Street
Mt. Kisco , NY  10549
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Intermediate players are welcome. Participants must bring their own set.

Cost: Free

Where:
Mt. Kisco Public Library
100 East Main Street
Mt. Kisco , NY  10549
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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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Dogs love listening to stories! Come meet "Rover" and read your favorite story.For school age children (5 and up)Please call 914-864-0130 for more informationSponsored by the K9 Kids 4H Club

Cost: Free

Where:
Mt. Kisco Public Library
100 East Main Street
Mt. Kisco , NY  10549
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NEW! Karen Young Yoga at PFX- WESTCHESTER’S ONLY YOGA FOR GOLFERS SERIES  PFX, 101 Castleton Street, Pleasantville Thursdays 5:30-6:30 $110/5 weeks starting April 24: 4/24, 5/1,...

Cost: $110/5 sessions

Where:
, NY

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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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Our new pottery-making class term begins the week of 3/17. Enroll now by calling or emailing to save your spot. WWW. YONKERSPOTTERY.COM 8-class term, $240 Choose which class day works best...

Cost: $240/8-week class term

Where:
Yonkers Peace Pottery Studio
379 McLean Avenue
Yonkers, NY  10705
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Sponsor: Yonkers Peace Pottery Studio
Telephone: 646-316-0554
Contact Name: Cori
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March 23 – June 15, 2014 This exhibition tells the story of the artistic collaboration between Jasper Johns, one of America’s foremost living artists, and John Lund, master...

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

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
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Sponsor: Katonah Museum of Art
Telephone: 914-232-9555
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March 23 – June 15, 2014 This exhibition tells the story of the artistic collaboration between Jasper Johns, one of America’s foremost living artists, and John Lund, master...

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

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
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Sponsor: Katonah Museum of Art
Telephone: 914-232-9555
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The Mamaroneck Artists Guild hosts an out-of-the-gallery exhibit at the Greenburgh Public Library. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Greenburgh Library
300 E Main S
Elmsford , NY
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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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Awakening Day Package Includes Castle Spa Cuisine Lunch in Equus Restaurant, a 30-Minute Body Scrub and a 90-Minute Swedish massage with Herbal Compress or a 30-Minute Foot Therapy with...

Cost: $350 +

Where:
Castle Hotel & Spa
400 Benedict Avenue
Tarrytown, NY  10591
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Sponsor: THANN Sanctuary Spa
Telephone: 914-524-6392
Contact Name: Equus Restaurant
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Shop Smart, Do Good! A fundraising shopping event! Forever Families Through Adoption is proud to announce its participation with Lord & Taylor in this year's "Shop Smart. Do Good" Event!...

Cost: $5

Where:
Lord & Taylor Eastchester
750 White Plains Road
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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Sponsor: Forever Families Through Adoption
Telephone: 914-939-1180
Contact Name: Kate
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This special documentary art exhibit is a collaborative project by high school students from all over Westchester County who are took on the challenge to photograph as many plastic bags...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Rd.
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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Telephone: 914-723-3470
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8-class term, $240 Choose which class day works best for you: Wednesdays, 7-9pm (adults) Thursdays, 1-3pm (adults) Thursdays, 4-5:30pm (kids) Thursdays, 7-9pm (adults) Saturdays,...

Cost: $240/8-week class term

Where:
Yonkers Peace Pottery Studio
379 McLean Avenue
Yonkers, NY  10705
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Sponsor: Yonkers Peace Pottery Studio
Telephone: 646-316-0554
Contact Name: Cori
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Art Workshops for Children Ages 3 – 5; Six-Sessions, from April 8 – May 20 This recurring series of workshops introduces museum experiences and art explorations to 3-5-year-old children and...

Cost: $90 members, $120 non-members for six-week course.

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
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Sponsor: Katonah Museum of Art
Telephone: 914-232-9555
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Art Workshops for Children Ages 6 – 12; Six-Sessions, from April 10 – May 22 A recurring series of workshops for children ages 6-12.  Find out what it takes to become a mini-printmaker!...

Cost: $90 members, $120 non-members for six-week course.

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
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Sponsor: Katonah Museum of Art
Telephone: 914-232-9555
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NEW! Karen Young Yoga at PFX- WESTCHESTER’S ONLY YOGA FOR GOLFERS SERIES  PFX, 101 Castleton Street, Pleasantville Thursdays 5:30-6:30 $110/5 weeks starting April 24: 4/24, 5/1,...

Cost: $110

Where:
PFX
101 Castleton Street
3rd Floor
Pleasantville, NY  10595
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Sponsor: Karen Young Yoga
Telephone: 347.225.3737
Contact Name: Karen Young
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Join us as we celebrate the message of H.O.P.E. - "Hope Offers Possibilities Everyday" at our 2014 Annual Spring Gala on Friday, April 25, 2014. The gala will be held at Tappan Hill Mansion in...

Cost: Varies

Where:
Tappan Hill Mansion
81 Highland Avenue
GPS Address: 200 Gunpowder Lane
Tarrytown, NY  10591
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Telephone: 914-747-0828 x1009
Contact Name: Lindsay Amoroso
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PEACHWAVE YOGURT IS OPENING IN HARTSDALE!  COME ON IN AND GIVE US A TRY! MARCH 21 6:00 PM  

Cost: 0

Where:
PEACHWAVE YOGURT
228 EAST HARTSDALE AVE
HARTSDALE, NY  10530
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Sponsor: PEACHWAVE YOGURT
Telephone: 914-574-5076
Contact Name: Beth steinman

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Join us for an evening to benefit Relay for Life. Come laugh and enjoy yourself and help benefit a great cause! 18+ Friday, April 25 7:30pm $25 per person* (*includes 2 glasses of...

Cost: $25 pp or $30 pp at door

Where:
Solaris Sport Clubs
201 Veterans Road
Yorktown Heights, NY  10598
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Telephone: 914-962-4094
Contact Name: Valerie Conigliaro
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Join us for an evening to benefit Relay for Life. Come laugh and enjoy yourself and help benefit a great cause! 18+ Friday, April 25 7:30pm $25 per person* (*includes 2 glasses of...

Cost: $25 pp or $30 pp at door

Where:
Solaris Sport Clubs
201 Veterans Road
Yorktown Heights, NY  10598
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Telephone: 914-962-4094
Contact Name: Valerie Conigliaro
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Join us for an evening to benefit Relay for Life. Come laugh and enjoy yourself and help benefit a great cause! 18+ Friday, April 25 7:30pm $25 per person* (*includes 2 glasses of...

Cost: $25 pp or $30 pp at door

Where:
Solaris Sport Clubs
201 Veterans Road
Yorktown Heights, NY  10598
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Telephone: 914-962-4094
Contact Name: Valerie Conigliaro
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VINCENT GARDNER QUARTET Perhaps best known as lead trombonist in the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Vincent Gardner is an outstanding instrumentalist and composer who’s released five...

Cost: $15

Where:
Alvin & Friends Restaurant
14 Memorial Highway
New Rochelle, NY  10801
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Sponsor: G&J Productions
Telephone: 914-654-6549
Contact Name: Jewel Kinch-Thmas
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Multi-instrumentalist Marc Muller directs a Note For Note celebration capturing this important and beloved period in the Grateful Dead’s long, illustrious, and stylistically diverse career....

Cost: $18.50-$27

Where:
Paramount Hudson Valley
1008 Brown Street
Peekskill, NY  10566
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Sponsor: Paramount Hudson Valley
Telephone: 914-739-0039
Contact Name: Paramount Hudson Valley Box Office
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The Most Comprehensive Yoga Teacher Training in Westchester County Become Certified as a 200 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher The Program: Develop a well-rounded knowledge of the...

Cost: 3,500

Where:
Sage Yoga
6 Maple Ave
Armonk, NY  10504
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Telephone: 914-393-6517
Contact Name: Susan Rubin

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Set in sixteenth century Florence, the story details to what lengths a love smitten Florentine will go to win the favors of a beautiful young woman who is inconveniently married to the rich and...

Cost: $10.00 general, $5.00 Senior Citizens $5.00 Students and Employees w/ ID

Where:
Doorley Auditorium
715 North Ave
New Rochelle, NY  10801
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Stop by The Rye Arts Center Gallery to view a highly anticipated ehxibit that uses chairs as its medium.  Join us on Saturday, April 5th from 3:00pm-5:00pm for an Opening Reception of our Edge...

Cost: FREE

Where:
The Rye Arts Center
51 Milton Road
Rye, NY  10580
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Telephone: (914) 967-0700
Contact Name: Bridget Murphy
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  Monday & Friday Mornings: 9:15am-12:00pm Tuesday & Wednesday Afternoons: 11:45am-2:30pm   Sign up now for this popular pre-school creative arts program that offers a well-balanced...

Cost: Varies on day

Where:
The Rye Arts Center
51 Milton Road
Rye, NY  10580
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Telephone: (914) 967-0700
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For children ages 2 - 5 years old with a parent or caregiver.

Cost: Free

Where:
Mt. Kisco Public Library
100 East Main Street
Mt. Kisco , NY  10549
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Classical & Opera   The acclaimed quartet performs a program of works by Haydn, Elgar, and Beethoven.

Cost: $15/$39

Where:
Emelin Theatre
Mamaroneck, NY


Telephone: 914-698-0098
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  Yorktown Stage presents the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical.

Cost: $19-$28

Where:
Yorktown Stage
Yorktown Heights , NY


Telephone: 914-962-0606
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Broadway stars, such as Sharon Wheatley, Rob Even, David Benoit, and others, perform to benefit the Bereavement Center of Westchester’s Tree House Program. 

Cost: $50-$200

Where:
Irvington Town Hall Theater
Irvington, NY


Telephone: 914-787-2240
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NoMa Comedy Shows is a new production company providing NYC-style and quality comedy shows to neighboring communities throughout Westchester County. The show stars John Moses, KC Arora, Chrissie...

Cost: $20

Where:
Paulie's Bar & Grill
14 Marble Ave
Pleasantville, NY  10570
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Sponsor: NoMa Comedy
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Organized by the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the exhibition—one of the first major exhibitions to explore the 40-year evolution of video games as an artistic medium—focuses on...

Cost: Free

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers, NY
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Telephone: 914-963-4550
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The Neuberger hosts a selection of more than 40 of Forrest Best’s paintings, along with rare works on paper and selected letters

Cost: General Public: $5 Seniors 62+: $3 Students: $3

Where:
Neuberger Museum of Art at Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY  10577
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Telephone: 914-251-6100
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The Museum hosts a series of photographs from the new photographer, who worked as a staffer for LIFE magazine. 

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Drive
Greenwich , CT  06830
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Telephone: 203-869-0376
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The exhibition offers a tour of Connecticut’s landscapes painted by American Impressionists, including Chile Hassam, J. Alden Weir, John Henry Twachtman, Leonard Ochtman, and others.

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Drive
Greenwich, CT  06830
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Telephone: 203-869-0376
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The Creative Action Network (CAN) launches a crowd sourced art campaign, enlisting artists from all 50 states to create a collection of artwork celebrating the country’s national parks and...

Where:
Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum
4079 Albany Post Road
Hyde Park, NY
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Telephone: 800-337-8474
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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 series features classic movies shown with an expert speaker, including: Two for the Road (April 7, with author and Wesleyan University film professor Jeanine Basinger) The French...

Where:
Bow Tie Criterion Cinemas
Greenwich, CT


Telephone: 914-725-0999

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The Center’s “After Dark” series features offbeat, cult, and little-seen films; this month’s selections are Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (April 16, followed by a...

Where:
Jacob Burns Film Center
Pleasantville, NY


Telephone: 914-747-5555
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  The JBFC hosts a series of art-related films including Picasso’s Gang (April 23rd, and 29th) Inside the New Yorker Cartoon (April 24, includes multimedia presentation...

Where:
Jacob Burns Film Center
Pleasantville, NY


Telephone: 914-747-5555
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The comedian and current host of The Price Is Right performs his comedy

Where:
Tarrytown Music Hall
Tarrytown, NY


Telephone: 914-631-3390
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Classical & Opera Downtown Music presents free, half-hour concerts designed to fit within a lunch hour.  April 2nd, 9th, 16th 23rd, and 30h

Cost: Free

Where:
Grace Church
White Plains , NY


Telephone: 914-949-0384
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Jazz, Folk, Rock & Pop The doo-wop band performs in honor of its 35th anniversary. 

Where:
Ridgefield Playhouse
80 East Ridge
Ridgefield, NY
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Telephone: 203-438-5795
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Standing Ovation Studios presents a production of the Tony-winning musical, based on E.L. Doctorow’s book and set in New Rochelle

Cost: $54-$80

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
Elmsford, NY


Telephone: 914-592-2222
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Purchase College presents the dramatic play by Federico Garcia-Lorca, about a man who sets out to destroy his former fiancée’s wedding day. 

Cost: $12.50-$17.50

Where:
The Performing Arts Center Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase , NY
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Telephone: 914-251-6200
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The Hispanic Resource Center hosts a photography fund-raising sale to support academic programs for immigrant children and low-income families; the exhibition is free to browse. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Ossining Public Library
53 Croton Avenue
Ossining, NY
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Telephone: 914-941-2416
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The Hispanic Resource Center hosts a photography fund-raising sale to support academic programs for immigrant children and low-income families; the exhibition is free to browse. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Ossining Public Library
53 Croton Avenue
Ossining, NY
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Telephone: 914-941-2416
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Ragtime, the Tony Award-winning musical set in our very own New Rochelle, is coming to Westchester Broadway Theatre. It’s running through May 4th, Thursdays through Sundays, and the show...

Cost: +/- $67

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
One Braodway Plaza
Elmsford, NY
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Veteran to Veteran peer support group (free to attend) will allow Veteran's/attendee's a place to discuss challenges they are facing. Also, family of Veteran's are welcome. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Mt. Kisco Public Library
100 East Main Street
Mt. Kisco , NY  10549
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Please join us for these thrilling performances – the culmination of the Dance Conservatory’s year and an expression of our students' passion at its peak. SPRING DANCE CONCERT 2014 Works...

Cost: 17.50

Where:
Performing Arts Center at Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY, NY  10577
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Sponsor: Purchase College Conservatory of Dance
Telephone: 914 251-6200
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Awakening Day Package Includes Castle Spa Cuisine Lunch in Equus Restaurant, a 30-Minute Body Scrub and a 90-Minute Swedish massage with Herbal Compress or a 30-Minute Foot Therapy with...

Cost: $350 +

Where:
Castle Hotel & Spa
400 Benedict Avenue
Tarrytown, NY  10591
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Sponsor: THANN Sanctuary Spa
Telephone: 914-524-6392
Contact Name: Equus Restaurant
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This special documentary art exhibit is a collaborative project by high school students from all over Westchester County who are took on the challenge to photograph as many plastic bags...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Rd.
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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Telephone: 914-723-3470
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Kids these days... do they still play outdoors? YES! Come find out about the many ways Greenwich students have been contributing to our natural resources. Come on a hike and tour trail projects...

Cost: Free

Where:
Garden Education Center of Greenwich
130 Bible Street
Cos Cob, CT  06807
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Sponsor: GEC
Telephone: 203-869-9242
Contact Name: Program Office
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8-class term, $240 Choose which class day works best for you: Wednesdays, 7-9pm (adults) Thursdays, 1-3pm (adults) Thursdays, 4-5:30pm (kids) Thursdays, 7-9pm (adults) Saturdays,...

Cost: $240/8-week class term

Where:
Yonkers Peace Pottery Studio
379 McLean Avenue
Yonkers, NY  10705
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Sponsor: Yonkers Peace Pottery Studio
Telephone: 646-316-0554
Contact Name: Cori
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It’s time to celebrate spring with Jilly Puppets. Sing, dance, play games, and listen to stories with Jilly and her colorful, fantastical puppets! Recommended age: 11AM show- ages 4 and...

Cost: Members $7, Non-members $10

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Rd.
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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Telephone: 914-723-3470
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Free self guided tour of private studios and galleries featuring the work of renowned and emerging artists in Hastings, Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry and Irvington. Two preview shows of original work...

Cost: free

Where:
145 Palisades St.
Dobbs Ferry, NY  10522
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Sponsor: RiverArts
Telephone: 914-874-4498
Contact Name: Robin Zane
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Gateway to the Future Academy's third annual Comic-con!  Come join us April 26th from 11am-3pm for Cosplay, game tournaments, food, and a Artist Alley full of gifted Professionals! Great fun...

Cost: Free

Where:
Nepperhan Community Center
342 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers, NY  10701
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Sponsor: Nepperhan Community Center
Telephone: 914-924-6014
Contact Name: Melanie Spencer
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Welcome to Alzheimer’s Association’s Blondes vs. Brunettes®, where two teams of women - divided to reflect the age-old rivalry between blondes and brunettes - compete in a flag football game...

Cost: see website

Where:
New Rochelle High School
New Rochelle, NY


Telephone: 800-272-3900
Contact Name: Sydney Binney
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  Diaper Derby At The Westchester   Who is the fastest crawler? The ultimate free event that brings together babies and parents in a fun, family-team atmosphere! Perfect for babies...

Cost: FREE

Where:
The Westchester
125 Westchester Avenue
Center Court, Retail Level 1
White Plains, NY  10601
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Telephone: 191-442-11333227

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Art Workshops for Children Ages 3 – 5; Six-Sessions, from April 8 – May 20 This recurring series of workshops introduces museum experiences and art explorations to 3-5-year-old children and...

Cost: $90 members, $120 non-members for six-week course.

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
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Sponsor: Katonah Museum of Art
Telephone: 914-232-9555
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Help us TACKLE Alzheimer's with an exciting new event!  The Hudson Valley/Rockland/Westchester, NY Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association introduces Blondes vs. Brunettes - a flag football game...

Cost: call for information

Where:
New Rochelle High School
265 Clove Road
New Rochelle, NY  10801
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Sponsor: Alzheimer's Association
Telephone: 914-253-6860
Contact Name: Sydney Binney
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Found Poetry - A workshop for children and adults led by Artist, Photographer and Educator Marisa Boan  will take place on Saturday, April 26th  from 2:00 – 4:00pm Found poems are...

Cost: Free

Where:
49 Lawton Street
New Rochelle, NY  10801


Sponsor: Recologie
Telephone: 914-278-9350
Contact Name: Judith Weber
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Found Poetry - A workshop for children and adults led by Artist, Photographer and Educator Marisa Boan will take place on Saturday, April 26th from 2:00 – 4:00pm Found poems are created by...

Cost: Free

Where:
Recologie
49 Lawton Street
New Rochelle, NY  10801
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Sponsor: Recologie
Telephone: 914-278-9350
Contact Name: Judith Weber
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Art Workshops for Children Ages 6 – 12; Six-Sessions, from April 10 – May 22 A recurring series of workshops for children ages 6-12.  Find out what it takes to become a mini-printmaker!...

Cost: $90 members, $120 non-members for six-week course.

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
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Sponsor: Katonah Museum of Art
Telephone: 914-232-9555
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NEW! Karen Young Yoga at PFX- WESTCHESTER’S ONLY YOGA FOR GOLFERS SERIES  PFX, 101 Castleton Street, Pleasantville Thursdays 5:30-6:30 $110/5 weeks starting April 24: 4/24, 5/1,...

Cost: $110

Where:
PFX
101 Castleton Street
3rd Floor
Pleasantville, NY  10595
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Sponsor: Karen Young Yoga
Telephone: 347.225.3737
Contact Name: Karen Young
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PEACHWAVE YOGURT IS OPENING IN HARTSDALE!  COME ON IN AND GIVE US A TRY! MARCH 21 6:00 PM  

Cost: 0

Where:
PEACHWAVE YOGURT
228 EAST HARTSDALE AVE
HARTSDALE, NY  10530
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Sponsor: PEACHWAVE YOGURT
Telephone: 914-574-5076
Contact Name: Beth steinman

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Join the Sound Shore Choracle for their spring performance with chorus and orchestra under then baton of conductor Richard Slade.

Cost: $20 general, $5 Iona Students and Employees w/ ID

Where:
Arrigoni Center, Mayflower Avenue
715 North Ave
New Rochelle, NY  10801
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**Performance will be held in Academic Arts Theatre This is an innovative combination of modern dance and aerial spectacular. Members have worked with Blue Man Group, Pilobolous, and Cirque...

Cost: 22 (Adults), $20 (Students/Seniors/Fac-Staff), $16 (Children under 13)

Where:
SUNY/Westchester Community College
75 Grasslands Rd
Valhalla, NY  10595
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Sponsor: Discover Smart Arts at SUNY/Westchester Community College
Telephone: 914-606-6262
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Swear and Shake is quickly rising on the music scene; they’ve toured with The Lumineers, Delta Rae and more, and have played festivals like Governors Ball, SXSW and Mountain Jam. Their...

Cost: $16

Where:
The Purple Crayon
52 Main Street
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY  10706
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Telephone: 914-231-9077
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The Most Comprehensive Yoga Teacher Training in Westchester County Become Certified as a 200 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher The Program: Develop a well-rounded knowledge of the...

Cost: 3,500

Where:
Sage Yoga
6 Maple Ave
Armonk, NY  10504
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Telephone: 914-393-6517
Contact Name: Susan Rubin

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Set in sixteenth century Florence, the story details to what lengths a love smitten Florentine will go to win the favors of a beautiful young woman who is inconveniently married to the rich and...

Cost: $10.00 general, $5.00 Senior Citizens $5.00 Students and Employees w/ ID

Where:
Doorley Auditorium
715 North Ave
New Rochelle, NY  10801
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Stop by The Rye Arts Center Gallery to view a highly anticipated ehxibit that uses chairs as its medium.  Join us on Saturday, April 5th from 3:00pm-5:00pm for an Opening Reception of our Edge...

Cost: FREE

Where:
The Rye Arts Center
51 Milton Road
Rye, NY  10580
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Telephone: (914) 967-0700
Contact Name: Bridget Murphy
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Peter Simone will provide introductory sessions to Sahaja Meditation. I have been dedicated to the practice of Sahaja Meditation for almost 10 years and have spent many hours within a 'pure'...

Cost: Free

Where:
Mt. Kisco Public Library
100 East Main Street
Mt. Kisco , NY  10549
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No appointment necessary. Drop in for help with any of your technology devices.

Cost: Free

Where:
Mt. Kisco Public Library
100 East Main Street
Mt. Kisco , NY  10549
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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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Please join us for these thrilling performances – the culmination of the Dance Conservatory’s year and an expression of our students' passion at its peak. SPRING DANCE CONCERT 2014 Works...

Cost: 17.50

Where:
Performing Arts Center at Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY, NY  10577
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Sponsor: Purchase College Conservatory of Dance
Telephone: 914 251-6200
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Spring Tag Sale and Operation Bookshelf   At Thrift, find jewelry, household goods, men's,women's,children's clothing and more At Bookshelf find best sellers,...

Where:
37 Drake Rd
Scarsdale, NY  10583
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Sponsor: Scarsdale Woman's Club
Telephone: 904-723-0024
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March 23 – June 15, 2014 This exhibition tells the story of the artistic collaboration between Jasper Johns, one of America’s foremost living artists, and John Lund, master...

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

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
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Sponsor: Katonah Museum of Art
Telephone: 914-232-9555
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March 23 – June 15, 2014 This exhibition tells the story of the artistic collaboration between Jasper Johns, one of America’s foremost living artists, and John Lund, master...

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

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
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Sponsor: Katonah Museum of Art
Telephone: 914-232-9555
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Please join us rain or shine for Lyndhurst Family Fun Day weekend! A two day family event with LEGO exhibitions by local children in Lyndhurst mansion. Build your own LEGO sculpture in our...

Cost: $9 Adults, $7 Children 4-11, under 3 are free

Where:
Lyndhurst Mansion
635 South Broadway
Tarrytown, NY  10591
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Telephone: 914-631-4481
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The Mamaroneck Artists Guild hosts an out-of-the-gallery exhibit at the Greenburgh Public Library. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Greenburgh Library
300 E Main S
Elmsford , NY
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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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The Pelham Art Center hosts a festival with traditional dance performances, along with workshops in flower arranging (ikebana) and hand-weaving. 

Where:
Pelham Art Center
155 Fifth Ave.
Pelham , NY
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Telephone: 914-738-2525
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Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival at Pelham Art Center Saturday, April 26, 2014, 1:30-3:30pm Free Ikebana (flower arranging) and Weaving Workshops Plus a Traditional Japanese...

Cost: free

Where:
Pelham Art Center
155 5th Ave
Pelham, NY  10803
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Sponsor: Pelham Art Center
Telephone: 914-738-2525
Contact Name: Gallery and Public Program Manager
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  Yorktown Stage presents the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical.

Cost: $19-$28

Where:
Yorktown Stage
Yorktown Heights , NY


Telephone: 914-962-0606
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A combination of modern dance and aerial feats, this extravaganza features vibrant characters along with gravity-defying choreography, weaving stories with acrobatics that challenge perspective...

Cost: $22 Adults; $20 Students and Seniors; $16 Children under 13

Where:
Westchester Community College AAB Theatre
75 Grasslands Road
Valhalla, NY  10595
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Sponsor: Westchester Community College
Telephone: (914) 606-6567
Contact Name: Smart Arts
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Classical & Opera The ensemble gives a performance titled “The 18th-Century Art of Reinvention,” featuring works by Handel, Bach, and others; the performance is followed by a...

Where:
Church of St. Mary the Virgin
Chappaqua, NY


Telephone: 914-238-8015
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The innovative troupe gives a performance that combines modern dance and aerial feats.  Tickets are $22 (general admission), $20 (students/seniors/fac-staff), and $16...

Where:
Westchester Community College
75 Grasslands Road
Valhalla , NY
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Telephone: 914-606-6262
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Cost: $25

Where:
Irvington Town Hall Theater
Irvington, NY


Telephone: 914-591-6602
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Organized by the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the exhibition—one of the first major exhibitions to explore the 40-year evolution of video games as an artistic medium—focuses on...

Cost: Free

Where:
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers, NY
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Telephone: 914-963-4550
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The Neuberger hosts a selection of more than 40 of Forrest Best’s paintings, along with rare works on paper and selected letters

Cost: General Public: $5 Seniors 62+: $3 Students: $3

Where:
Neuberger Museum of Art at Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY  10577
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Telephone: 914-251-6100
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The Museum hosts a series of photographs from the new photographer, who worked as a staffer for LIFE magazine. 

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Drive
Greenwich , CT  06830
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Telephone: 203-869-0376
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The exhibition offers a tour of Connecticut’s landscapes painted by American Impressionists, including Chile Hassam, J. Alden Weir, John Henry Twachtman, Leonard Ochtman, and others.

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Drive
Greenwich, CT  06830
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Telephone: 203-869-0376
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The Creative Action Network (CAN) launches a crowd sourced art campaign, enlisting artists from all 50 states to create a collection of artwork celebrating the country’s national parks and...

Where:
Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum
4079 Albany Post Road
Hyde Park, NY
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Telephone: 800-337-8474
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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 series features classic movies shown with an expert speaker, including: Two for the Road (April 7, with author and Wesleyan University film professor Jeanine Basinger) The French...

Where:
Bow Tie Criterion Cinemas
Greenwich, CT


Telephone: 914-725-0999

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The Center’s “After Dark” series features offbeat, cult, and little-seen films; this month’s selections are Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (April 16, followed by a...

Where:
Jacob Burns Film Center
Pleasantville, NY


Telephone: 914-747-5555
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  The JBFC hosts a series of art-related films including Picasso’s Gang (April 23rd, and 29th) Inside the New Yorker Cartoon (April 24, includes multimedia presentation...

Where:
Jacob Burns Film Center
Pleasantville, NY


Telephone: 914-747-5555
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Classical & Opera Downtown Music presents free, half-hour concerts designed to fit within a lunch hour.  April 2nd, 9th, 16th 23rd, and 30h

Cost: Free

Where:
Grace Church
White Plains , NY


Telephone: 914-949-0384
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Jazz, Folk, Rock & Pop The frontman of The Push Stars performs his solo songs.

Where:
Towne Crier Café
Beacon, NY


Telephone: 845-855-1300
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Jazz, Folk, Rock & Pop The New Jersey singer/songwriter performs songs from her new album, Slow Phaser

Where:
Emelin Theatre
Mamaroneck , NY


Telephone: 914-698-0098
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  Jazz, Folk, Rock & Pop   The quartet performs its indie folk music

Where:
The Purple Crayon
Hastings-on-Hudson , NY


Telephone: 914-231-9077
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Standing Ovation Studios presents a production of the Tony-winning musical, based on E.L. Doctorow’s book and set in New Rochelle

Cost: $54-$80

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
Elmsford, NY


Telephone: 914-592-2222
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Purchase College presents the dramatic play by Federico Garcia-Lorca, about a man who sets out to destroy his former fiancée’s wedding day. 

Cost: $12.50-$17.50

Where:
The Performing Arts Center Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase , NY
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Telephone: 914-251-6200
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The HVCCA presents a theatrical performance series, featuring original scripts by New York area writers who were inspired by artwork from the museum’s Art at the Core exhibition. ...

Cost: $22 members & seniors/$25 non-members

Where:
Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art
1701 Main Street
Peekskill, NY
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Telephone: 914-788-0100
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Kids can sing, dance, play games, and listen to stories with Jilly and her fantastical puppets. Shows at 11:00am and 1:00pm 

Where:
Greenburgh Nature Center
Scarsdale , NY


Telephone: 914-723-3470
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TheatreworksUSA offers a production, adapted from the Broadway musical especially for young audiences, based on Dr. Seuss’ classic characters.  Shows at 11:00am and 1:30pm

Cost: $13

Where:
Emelin Theatre
153 Library Lane
Mamaroneck, NY
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Telephone: 914-698-0098
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The Hispanic Resource Center hosts a photography fund-raising sale to support academic programs for immigrant children and low-income families; the exhibition is free to browse. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Ossining Public Library
53 Croton Avenue
Ossining, NY
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Telephone: 914-941-2416
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The Hispanic Resource Center hosts a photography fund-raising sale to support academic programs for immigrant children and low-income families; the exhibition is free to browse. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Ossining Public Library
53 Croton Avenue
Ossining, NY
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Telephone: 914-941-2416
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Satish Joshi, a contemporary artist living in Yonkers, presents a series of urban cityscapes. 

Where:
Blue Door Gallery
Yonkers, NY


Telephone: 914-375-5100
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Ragtime, the Tony Award-winning musical set in our very own New Rochelle, is coming to Westchester Broadway Theatre. It’s running through May 4th, Thursdays through Sundays, and the show...

Cost: +/- $67

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
One Braodway Plaza
Elmsford, NY
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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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