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Irvington

The 411: Named for its most famous resident, author Washington Irving (whose home, Sunnyside, stands as the village’s preeminent tourist attraction), this jewel of a riverfront village is replete with grand estates from its golden age in the 1800’s. Today, Irvington offers a full range of housing options, from condos and co-ops to older village Colonials and single-family homes of all sizes. With its tree-lined downtown and lack of major shopping centers, Irvington is the quiet sibling among the villages and hamlets in the Town of Greenburgh. Spread out over four square miles, the village offers easy access to New York City and affordable prices for home-buyers. And it is blessed with one of the most picturesque main streets anywhere, which runs due west from Route 9 to offer a breathtaking panorama of the Hudson, the Tappan Zee Bridge, and postcard-worthy sunsets. Many abandoned industrial sites along Irvington’s waterfront recently have been transformed into thriving offices, art galleries, and restaurants.

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Affordable Hair Transplants New York

Affordable Hair Transplants New York

Feb 13, 2016 - Aug 10, 2017 @ 9:00 AM

Affordable Hair Transplants New York affiliated surgeons in New York, NY understand the impact that unwanted hair loss has made on the lives of countless men and women. They understand the difference that a full head of natural hair can make for someone’s self-confidence. Our New York hair transplant surgeons are committed to staying on the leading edge of advances in hair restoration...

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Great Backyard Bird Count Audubon Greenwich Bird Count

Greenwich Audubon

Feb 13, 2016 @ 01:00 PM

Learn about this nation-wide count, take part in a count session at our indoor watching window and outdoors, and then help submit count data to Cornell University.  We will also check their website to see what other observers have been seeing across the US and Canada. To RSVP, please call Ted at 203.930.1353 or email tgilman@audubon.org.

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Exhibit Michael KESSLER

Canfin Gallery

Feb 13, 2016 - Feb 28, 2016 @ 11:00 AM

“I live for the surprise of discovery,” Michael KESSLER. The elegant minimalistic compositions of Michael Kessler are extemporaneous discoveries. The artist has synthesized, by an acute and reverential ideation of process, enigmatic and beatific surfaces.  These elegant minimalistic compositions are tooled by the skilled hand of the artist as he explores the application of...

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Qigong

Wainwright House

Feb 13, 2016 - Feb 20, 2016 @ 12:00 PM

Saturdays @ 12pm-1pm ​This class will teach breathing techniques, gentle movements, mudras and mindfulness that help strengthen the immune system to support one’s health and vitality and regulate the nervous system. No previous Qigong experience necessary.​  

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TALK CINEMA WESTCHESTER COUNTY

AMC Loews Port Chester

Feb 13, 2016 - May 3, 2016 @ 12:00 PM

Talk Cinema Westchester County Comes to AMC Loews Port Chester... Hollywood Glamour and the Element of Surprise Come to Port Chester With Talk Cinema. Talk Cinema, created in 1992 by Croton-on-Hudson's Harlan Jacobson, is the nation's longest running film preview and discussion series.  Talk Cinema showcases a series of brand new independent films in the run up to Oscar season...

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Pleasantville, N.Y. — Pleasantville theater company Arc Stages announces Rajiv Joseph’s GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES as the final show in the inaugural season for their professional company, The Next Stage. The Next Stage premiered earlier this year with John Cariani’s LOVE/SICK and will focus on showcasing new, innovative work by a wide variety of exciting...

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After 1965

Neuberger Museum of Art

Feb 13, 2016 - Mar 13, 2016

The exhibit features works from the late 1960s and early 1970s and explores their significance during that period of tremendous change and their lasting impact today. 

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