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Pleasantville

The 411: Location, location, location—any real estate professional will tell you that, when it comes to property, those are the three most important words to consider. And location is just one of Pleasantville’s many wonderful attributes. Located 31 miles north of Manhattan’s Grand Central Terminal and situated almost squarely in the center of Westchester County, this quaint, family-friendly, and culturally rich village, with its picturesque “Old Village” and verdant parks and open spaces, is home to nearly 7,200 residents. Easily accessible to both Northern and Southern Westchester via a number of highways and main roads, including the Saw Mill, Sprain Brook, and Taconic Parkways, as well as Routes 9A and 117, Pleasantville, one of Westchester’s oldest communities, settled in 1695, is a commuter’s dream. The close-knit community offers an artsy yet amiable vibe, and is teeming with cultural and artistic amenities—including the popular Jacob Burns Film Center and its brand-new state-of-the-art education center, and the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed residential enclave Usonia, on the outskirts of town bordering Armonk—as well as gorgeous architecture; lots of great shops, boutiques, and restaurants; and, of course, award-winning schools.

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Qigong

Wainwright House

Feb 12, 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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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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IN OUR BACKYARD - a year long focus

Clay Art Center

Feb 12, 2016 - Nov 12, 2016 @ 10:00 AM

This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).

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After 1965

Neuberger Museum of Art

Feb 12, 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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