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Thursday, May 5 from 8:30am - 4pm & 6pm - 8:30pm, Friday, May 6 from 8:30am - 4pm & 6pm - 8:30pm, and Saturday, May 7 from 10am - 2:30pm
Hastings PTSA Used Book Fair
Hillside Elementary School
Download Book Fair Flyer
Thursday, May 5 from 5pm - 8pm
Anniversary Celebration at
Giordano Beauty [link]

3 Spring Street, Hastings
Enter their drawing to win one of 3 fabulous prizes. Enjoy Cocktails and Cosmetics with 10% off all purchases made during the event. Exit with a special Goody Bag* -- our way of saying "Thanks!" for your support through the years. Hint: Tradition indicates Fruit and/or Flowers for a 4th anniversary. *Goody Bag supplies are limited
Thursday, May 5 @ 7pm
Poverty, Inc. [link]
Jacob Burns
This film is part of the Community Matters: Local Issues, Discussion, Action series.. Q&A and Community Reception. Drawing from over 200 interviews filmed in 20 countries, Poverty, Inc. unearths an uncomfortable side of charity we can no longer ignore. From TOMs Shoes to international adoptions, from solar panels to U.S. agricultural subsidies, the film challenges each of us to ask the tough question: Could I be part of the problem?
Thursday, May 5 @ 7:30pm
Screening: Four of films directed by
Frank Capra [link]

The Schoolhouse, 3 Owens Road, Croton Falls

Individual tickets are $10 or $32 for the series. Frank Capra's seminal screwball comedy, which won all five major Academy Awards for 1934, is still as breezy and beguiling today. This movie set the pace for the "screwball" comedy, the witty and romantic clash of temperaments between a man and a woman mismatched in both personality and social position. Come and enjoy the film with a brief discussion to follow moderated by Peter Kramer, of The Journal News.
May 5: "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" (1939)
Thursday, May 5 @ 8pm, Friday, May 6 @ 8pm, & Saturday, May 7 @ 2pm & 8pm
Once Upon A Pastime [link]
White Plains Performing Arts Center
ONCE UPON A PASTIME is a lighthearted and touching story of triumph and redemption against all odds. This musical portrays the life of Mac McCarty, a one-time great baseball prospect, from the early loss of his father to his own trials filling that role with his daughter Sandy. Following a career-ending injury, Mac and his childhood friend Shep open The Bullpen, a baseball-themed bar in Florida. They struggle but survive until a mysterious and menacing character, T.C. Washburn, ignites a series of events which threaten their very existence. However, the Baseball Gods of Mac's imagination have been watching him for a long time. Mayhem ensues when the gods materialize and try to help Mac avert disaster. The proceedings provide a bundle of laughs and Bob Costas adds a comedic "play by play". Running Time: approximately 2 hours (not including intermission)

Friday, May 6 from 8:30am - 4pm & 6pm - 8:30pm, and Saturday, May 7 from 10am - 2:30pm
Hastings PTSA Used Book Fair
Hillside Elementary School
Download Book Fair Flyer
Friday, May 6 from 6pm - 9pm
"Spirits" [link]
Gallery 66NY, Cold Spring
May exhibition(s) centered on the theme "Spirits." Unifying the works of five stylistically disparate artists, this exhibition's common thread is tied together by the universal concept of "Spirit" be it through mood, memory, materials or its connection to the passage of time.
Spirits can be many things and take form in expected and unexpected ways. The Spirits come alive in the ghostly shadows of Kaya Deckelbaum's wire sculptures, in the layers of Carole Kunstadt's paper sculptures, in Marisa G. Silverstein's (Hastings) sculptures remembering the victims of gun violence, in Eric Camiel's metal remnants of the Manhattan skyline, and in the spirits that live in the materials used in Vida Sabbaghi's portraits.
Friday, May 6 @ 7:30pm
"As iFF the Lens Can't Shift: Filmmaking Through Women's Eyes" [link]
Irvington Town Hall Theater

Seven short films from countries including France, Italy, Poland, Hungary and the United States will be screened, ranging in length from 11 to 23 minutes. The selected films -- documentary, narrative, and animated shorts -- have been curated and judged by an esteemed jury of film professionals; audience members will have a chance to choose their favorite by voting for the "Audience Choice Award" at the end of the evening. The May 6th festival includes two world premieres in addition to films that have won major awards at Cannes, Berlin, Sundance and other prestigious international film festivals.
through May 30
Lightscapes [link]

Van Cortlandt Manor
The creators of the Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze present an EXCITING, otherworldly experience of awe-inspiring illumination and all-original sculpture. Van Cortlandt Manor springs to life during this incredible nighttime display. Taking place over 20 spring evenings and perfect for all ages, LIGHTSCAPES is a walk-through, land-art experience.
Friday, May 6 @ 8pm
Live: Chartwell Dutiro with Timbila [link]
Upstream Gallery, 8 Main Street, Hastings

Innovative and inspirational arrangements of traditional Shona music by Chartwell Dutiro fused with the East Village Afrodelic rock sound of Timbila. Free Admission
Friday, May 6 @ 8pm, & Saturday, May 7 @ 2pm & 8pm
Once Upon A Pastime [link]
White Plains Performing Arts Center
ONCE UPON A PASTIME is a lighthearted and touching story of triumph and redemption against all odds. This musical portrays the life of Mac McCarty, a one-time great baseball prospect, from the early loss of his father to his own trials filling that role with his daughter Sandy. Following a career-ending injury, Mac and his childhood friend Shep open The Bullpen, a baseball-themed bar in Florida. They struggle but survive until a mysterious and menacing character, T.C. Washburn, ignites a series of events which threaten their very existence. However, the Baseball Gods of Mac's imagination have been watching him for a long time. Mayhem ensues when the gods materialize and try to help Mac avert disaster. The proceedings provide a bundle of laughs and Bob Costas adds a comedic "play by play". Running Time: approximately 2 hours (not including intermission)

Saturday, May 7 from 10am - 4pm
Hastings Village-wide Tage Sale [link]
All over Hastings

If you are interested in hosting a tag sale at your residence, please follow the link to the registration form . Registration ends Friday, April 29 @ 12pm.
Saturday, May 7 from 10am - 2:30pm
Hastings PTSA Used Book Fair
Hastings Booster Club Sports Pop-up Shop

Hillside Elementary School
Download Book Fair Flyer

Download Sports Pop-up Shop Flyer
Saturday, May 7 from 10am - 2pm
Pre-Mothers' Day Plant Sale/Garden Fair
Lyndhurst greenhouses, 635 South Broadway, Tarrytown

The Garden Club of Irvington, the Hudson Valley Garden Society, Deb Taft Vegetable Farmer and Care of Trees invite you to our annual pre-Mothers' Day plant sale. You will find unique plants for your garden and/or containers, deer-resistant plants, expert gardening advice as well as a raffle for specimen tree plants.
Saturday, May 7 @ 11am
Craft a Lotus Lantern [link]
Irvington Library
Learn about the significance of the lotus blossom to Korean culture. Craft your own paper lotus lantern, complete with LED candle, in your choice of colored tissue paper. KSPP volunteers, dressed in traditional Korean dress, will provide all materials and assistance with the craft. Free, but registration is required! Register online here or telephone 591-7963 or 591-7840.
Saturday, May 7 from 1pm - 3:30pm
Celebrate Spring
O'Hara Nature Center , Irvington
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.- Meet the Animals
Presented by Greenburgh Nature Center
1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.- Garden Tours with CJ Reilly
Learn about our amazing gardens!
2:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. Mother's Day Gifts
Create a mini garden to take home for Mom!
2:00 p.m. Hiking with Rich & David
Hike the trails, visit Hermit's grave, see the woods!
More info: Contact Maureen at mdepaoli@irvingtonny.gov
Saturday, May 7 @ 2pm & 8pm
Once Upon A Pastime [link]
White Plains Performing Arts Center
ONCE UPON A PASTIME is a lighthearted and touching story of triumph and redemption against all odds. This musical portrays the life of Mac McCarty, a one-time great baseball prospect, from the early loss of his father to his own trials filling that role with his daughter Sandy. Following a career-ending injury, Mac and his childhood friend Shep open The Bullpen, a baseball-themed bar in Florida. They struggle but survive until a mysterious and menacing character, T.C. Washburn, ignites a series of events which threaten their very existence. However, the Baseball Gods of Mac's imagination have been watching him for a long time. Mayhem ensues when the gods materialize and try to help Mac avert disaster. The proceedings provide a bundle of laughs and Bob Costas adds a comedic "play by play". Running Time: approximately 2 hours (not including intermission)
Saturday, May 7
Saddle up Saturdays with
Jonathan Demme!
[link]
Jacob Burns, Pleasantville
Jonathan Demme will appear at select screenings, subject to availability.
McCabe & Mrs. Miller, May 7
Forty Guns, May 14
Once Upon a Time in the West, May 21
Seven Men from Now, May 28
El Dorado, June 4
Ride the High Country, June 11
Saturday, May 7 @ 7:30pm & 9:30pm
Janeane Garofalo [link]
Emelin Theatre

Actress and comedian Janeane Garofalo has been an American institution since she burst onto the scene in 1992, and helped redefine what standup comedy could be. The loveable alt comic is animated, quick, and tosses out absurd asides while barreling through her routine. Justin Gray of Splitsider says, "Janeane Garofalo's comedy is not polished or perfect. This is something that is appealing about her as a performer; there is a sense of danger in her performances that is vital to an electrifying comedy show. She goes on tangents that don't seem to lead anywhere then hits on a moment that's cathartic for the audience."
through May 30
Lightscapes [link]

Van Cortlandt Manor
The creators of the Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze present an EXCITING, otherworldly experience of awe-inspiring illumination and all-original sculpture. Van Cortlandt Manor springs to life during this incredible nighttime display. Taking place over 20 spring evenings and perfect for all ages, LIGHTSCAPES is a walk-through, land-art experience.

Sunday, May 8 from 10am- 4pm (also on June 12, July 10, Aug 14, Sept 11, Oct 9 & Nov 13)
Hastings Flea [link]
Hastings Train Station
The Hastings Flea on May 8th celebrates Mother's Day with makeover giveaways, Mother's Day concert and unique gifts for Mom! After an amazing opening day in April, the Hastings Flea takes place on May 8th with a special day planned for Moms and our favorite nurturers! Enter our raffle to win a makeover by Hastings merchant Giordano Beauty, a relaxing 60 minute facial by Luna Belle Spa & Skin Care -- and grab a coupon to get a complimentary coffee at Juniper and other treats. Plus, crafts for kids including sand and spin art, face painting, kid's concerts and more family fun! Visit their site for details.
Sunday's May 8, 15 and 22; June 5, 12, 19 and 26 from 10am - 2pm (Weather Permitting)
Bicycle Sundays
Bronx River Parkway
During Bicycle Sundays, a portion of the Bronx River Parkway is closed to cars for the exclusive use of bicyclists, joggers, walkers, scooters and strollers. The Bronx River Parkway will be closed between the Westchester County Center and the Sprain Brook Parkway.
Sunday, May 8 @ 2pm
Opera at the Cinema: Die Zauberflöte [link]
Performing Arts Center, Purchase

From Austria's Bregenz Festival, an extraordinary production of Mozart's The Magic Flute features spectacular
staging by David Pountney. Conducted by Patrick Summers.
Sunday, May 8 from 2pm - 3pm
Measure for Measure [link]
Hudson River Museum, 511 Warburton Avenue
Sarah Lawrence Outreach Theatre presents a modern interpretation of Shakespeare's classic play. Some rise by sin, and some by virtue fall. Shakespeare's electrifying exploration of the arrogance of power hovers between comedy and tragedy.
Sunday, May 8 @ 4pm
MA MERE! - The Thirty-Third Annual Jeffrey Weiss Memorial Chamber Concert [link]
Lyndhurst Carriage House
Behind every genius is a mother... and this delectable program salutes them – along with ALL moms! A Copland House tradition returns to Lyndhurst as we celebrate Mother's Day ... this year with a French accent. Two of America's most acclaimed and beloved pianists – Copland House's Michael Boriskin and Caramoor's former Director Michael Barrett – will meet in Lyndhurst's imposing entry hall for a brilliant salon concert of music from the Gilded Age composed across the sea by Georges Bizet, Maurice Ravel, and Claude Debussy. Prepare to be dazzled and charmed by works for piano, 4-hands about Mother Goose, Sleeping Beauty, assorted farm animals, and kids' household toys and games. And there's no clean-up needed after the party!
through May 30
Lightscapes [link]

Van Cortlandt Manor
The creators of the Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze present an EXCITING, otherworldly experience of awe-inspiring illumination and all-original sculpture. Van Cortlandt Manor springs to life during this incredible nighttime display. Taking place over 20 spring evenings and perfect for all ages, LIGHTSCAPES is a walk-through, land-art experience.

Wedesday, May 11 @ 6pm
Cult Classic Movie Night: Repo Man
Dobbs Ferry Public Library

It's 4am, do you know where your car is? Come find out at our inaugural Cult Classic Movie Night, featuring a cult film staple: 1984's Repo Man. Doors open @ 5:45 P.M. (92 min/Rated R)


Wedesday, May 11 @ 8pm
A Very Intimate Acoustic Evening with Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo [link]
Paramount Hudson Valley, Peekskill
A four-time Grammy winner, Benatar is a classically trained mezzo-soprano. During the 1980s, Benatar had two RIAA-certified Multi-Platinum albums, five RIAA-certified Platinum albums, three RIAA-certified Gold albums and 19 Top 40 singles, including the Top 10 hits, "Hit Me With Your Best Shot", "Love Is a Battlefield", "We Belong" and "Invincible". Neil "Spyder" James Giraldo has been a professional musician, producer, arranger and songwriter for over four decades now, changing the face of the pop charts throughout the 1980s with his collaborator, muse and wife, Pat Benatar.


Friday, May 13 @ 6:30pm
Spoken Interludes [link]
Rotunda at Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry
Produced by DeLauné Michel.
Award-winning and bestselling author Charles Bock reads from his new novel, Alice and Oliver
"Alice & Oliver is a wrenchingly powerful novel. Charles Bock chronicles the daily struggles of a young wife and mother facing her own imminent mortality. This is a soul portrait of a family in crisis, written with a fearless clarity and a deep understanding of the bonds that can hold two people together even in the darkest hour."—Richard Price
American fashion journalist and contributing editor at Time and the Daily Beast, Kate Betts reads from her memoir, My Paris Dream: An Education in Style, Slang, and Seduction in the Great City on the Seine
"A self-assured book that should be given to every college senior with a Doisneau poster (or Chanel ad) on her wall. . . . Fashion and self-examination—froth and wisdom—might seem like odd bookfellows, but Betts brings them together with winning confidence. . . . Young worshipers of Paris—and of fashion magazines—are in for an education. Those of us who've been there and back will find it entertaining and sneakily poignant reading on the flight to Charles de Gaulle."—The New York Times Book Review
Random House editor Andy Ward discusses the #1 New York Times bestselling meditation on mortality, When Breath Becomes Air, and his work with its author, Paul Kalanthini, who passed away in March, 2015
"I guarantee that finishing this book and then forgetting about it is simply not an option. . . . Part of this book's tremendous impact comes from the obvious fact that its author was such a brilliant polymath. And part comes from the way he conveys what happened to him—passionately working and striving, deferring gratification, waiting to live, learning to die—so well. None of it is maudlin. Nothing is exaggerated. As he wrote to a friend: 'It's just tragic enough and just imaginable enough.' And just important enough to be unmissable." Janet Maslin the New York Times"
Supper Buffet 6:30 – 7:45 pm
Spoken Interludes 7:45 – 8:45 pm (writers read from their work with a Q&A)
Book signing 8:45 – 9:15 pm
$30.00 at the door


Friday, May 13 @ 7:30pm
Open Mic [link]
Purpl, Hastings
This is not your average open mic! The big stage, amazing acoustics, high-end equipment, and experienced sound engineer create a concert-like experience in Purpl's friendly, laid-back environment. Come to play or just to watch! Two songs per artist, limit of three musicians per act. One cover per set is allowed (we love to hear your originals!) Adults and teens welcome. To keep the flow of the event, no drum sets, amps or electric keys are allowed. Grand piano and a guitar amp are available and hand drums are ok.

Friday, May 13 @ 8pm
Martin Sexton [link]
Purpl, Hastings

Known for his "untamed and unpredictable voice," Martin Sexton has become fixture of the American music scene. Critically acclaimed Sexton is a musicianʼs musician and prolific recording artist. His songs are intricate and spirited covering the American musical landscape distilling soul, gospel, R&B, country and blues.

Saturday, May 14 from 9am - 1pm
Hastings Farmers Market [link]
Outside at the Library Lot, 7 Maple Ave., Hastings

May 28 -- Outside at the Library Lot, 7 Maple Ave., Hastings
Summer Market resumes June 4th


Saturday, May 14 & Sunday, May 15
Third Annual Yonkers Arts Weekend [link]
Participating Venues [link]

Yonkers Arts Weekend is a celebration of the thriving and diverse arts community in the City of Yonkers. On Saturday, May 14 and Sunday, May 15, hundreds of local, regional and international artists, artisans, painters, fashion designers, photographers, sculptors, craftsmen, musicians, filmmakers, new media specialists, and other artists will converge on Yonkers to showcase their work at Yonkers Arts Weekend.
Saturday, May 14 from 12pm - 5 pm
Kite Festival [link]
Hudson River Museum, Yonkers

Fly kites and join kite contests, hear music performance by Alan Bigelow and the Solar Punch Band, AND meet Summer exhibition artist Jimmy Kuehnle in a Big, Beautiful, Walking Inflatable. Activities, Star Shows, and food for purchase too.
Saturday, May 14 & Sunday, May 15 @ 11am & 1:30pm
Pinkalicious [link]
Emelin Theatre

Pinkalicious can't stop eating pink cupcakes despite warnings from her parents. Her pink indulgence lands her at the doctor's office with Pinkititis, an affliction that turns her pink from head to toe - a dream come true for this pink loving enthusiast. But when her hue goes too far, only Pinkalicious can figure out a way to get out of this predicament. Children will delight in this musical adaptation of the sparkling picture book by Elizabeth Kann & Victoria Kann which celebrates all things pink while showing that being yourself is best of all. A Vital Theatre Company Production. Ages 2+
Saturday, May 14 @ 7:30pm
Erin McKeown with
special guest Jen Zimberg [link]

Common Ground Coffeehouse, First Unitarian Society of Westchester

Erin McKeown is an internationally known musician, writer, and producer. With 9 full length albums, 2 EPs, and numerous soundtracks to her credit, she has spent the last 15 years crafting a reputation as an original musical voice and compelling live performer.An active voice on social justice issues and culture, Erin was a 2011-12 fellow at Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet and Society. Recently, she's also added radio to her resume- blogging and hosting for WNYC New York Public Radio. A former board member of the Future of Music Coalition, McKeown also works closely with Revolutions Per Minute (RPM) on immigration issues. Harris, Gelfand & Meer
Saturday, May 14 @ 8pm
Live Jazz Band [link]
Upstream Gallery, 8 Main Street, Hastings

Featuring Bill Harris on clarinet, sax and flute, Brian Gelfand on piano and David Meer on bass. Free Admission
Saturday, May 14 @ 8pm
Friends of Music Concerts [link]
Kusel Auditorium at Sleepy Hollow High School

The 62nd season of Friends of Music Concerts will resume in April, 2016 with performances by two outstanding chamber music ensembles and a soloist who won the Young Concert Artists International Auditions in 2013.
The Pacifica Quartet. Recognized for its virtuosity, exuberant performance style and sometimes daring repertory choices, the Pacifica Quartet has gained international status as one of the finest chamber ensembles performing today. Now quartet-in- residence at Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music, the group held the same position at the Metropolitan Museum of Art from 2009 to 2012. In 2009, the Pacifica won a Grammy Award for best Chamber Music Performance. Their program will include works by Mozart, Schnittke, and Mendelssohn.

Sundays May 15 and 22; June 5, 12, 19 and 26 from 10am - 2pm (Weather Permitting)
Bicycle Sundays
Bronx River Parkway
During Bicycle Sundays, a portion of the Bronx River Parkway is closed to cars for the exclusive use of bicyclists, joggers, walkers, scooters and strollers. The Bronx River Parkway will be closed between the Westchester County Center and the Sprain Brook Parkway.


Sunday, May 15
Third Annual Yonkers Arts Weekend [link]
Participating Venues [link]

Yonkers Arts Weekend is a celebration of the thriving and diverse arts community in the City of Yonkers. On Saturday, May 14 and Sunday, May 15, hundreds of local, regional and international artists, artisans, painters, fashion designers, photographers, sculptors, craftsmen, musicians, filmmakers, new media specialists, and other artists will converge on Yonkers to showcase their work at Yonkers Arts Weekend.
Sunday, May 15 @ 11am & 1:30pm
Pinkalicious [link]
Emelin Theatre

Pinkalicious can't stop eating pink cupcakes despite warnings from her parents. Her pink indulgence lands her at the doctor's office with Pinkititis, an affliction that turns her pink from head to toe - a dream come true for this pink loving enthusiast. But when her hue goes too far, only Pinkalicious can figure out a way to get out of this predicament. Children will delight in this musical adaptation of the sparkling picture book by Elizabeth Kann & Victoria Kann which celebrates all things pink while showing that being yourself is best of all. A Vital Theatre Company Production. Ages 2+
Sunday, May 15 from 12pm - 5pm
Spring Thing 2016 [link]
Warburton Avenue, Hastings

Live Music, Vendors and The Museum of Interesting Things [link] and more!
Sunday, May 15 @ 3pm
Westchester Choral Artists [link]
Upstream Gallery, Hastings

Performing works by Bruckner, Byrd and Dowland and more. Formerly known as Chrysalis Consort, Westchester Choral Artists are dedicated to the presentation of great choral works spanning five centuries .Free Admission
Sunday, May 15 @ 3pm (postponed from March 20)
Talking Pictures: "The End of the Tour"
Hastings-on-Hudson Library

"The End of the Tour," directed by James Ponsoldt (The Spectacular Now) and starring Jason Segel and Jesse Eisenberg, is such a film. It tells the story of David Lipsky, a journalist working for Rolling Stone, as he joins the author, David Foster Wallace, at the end of the book tour promoting Wallace's 1079 page magnum opus, "Infinite Jest." The two men discuss fascinating topics and trade deep insights. It also features a complex, nuanced performance by Segel which provides a window into Wallace's intelligence, honesty, and insight, as well as his self-doubt and his tortured soul.
 
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Amateur Photo Contest [link]
The Greenburgh Public Library Foundation announces the 7th annual Westchester County Amateur Photo Contest.
The contest is juried and offers prizes: Adult category—$300 first prize, $200 second prize, $100 third prize; High School Student category: $150 first prize, $100 second prize, $50 third prize.
The contest is only open to amateur photographers who are residents of Westchester County.

There is no entry fee or application fee for selected photographs.Photographs accepted into the competition will be on exhibit in the Howard and Ruth Jacobs Family Gallery at the Greenburgh Public Library from May 4, 2016 through June 14, 2016.Prizes will be awarded at a reception at the Library on Saturday, May 21, 2016.

Photographs must be submitted digitally between March 15 - March 31, 2016, and should be sent as jpeg attachments to: email
Submissions must be made in accordance with the contest rules as certain restrictions do apply. Complete contest rules and guidelines for submissions are available at [link]
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Lightscapes [link]
Van Cortlandt Manor
through May 30
The creators of the Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze present an EXCITING, otherworldly experience of awe-inspiring illumination and all-original sculpture. Van Cortlandt Manor springs to life during this incredible nighttime display. Taking place over 20 spring evenings and perfect for all ages, LIGHTSCAPES is a walk-through, land-art experience.
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Rivertown Fundraisers

Hastings Used Book Fair
May 5, 6 & 7
Donations accepted beginning March 21st at Hillside Elementay School

Hastings Booster Club
Sports Pop-up Shop [link]
Do you have sports equipment lying around your house that  your kids have outgrown, lost interest in, or just don’t need anymore? Follow link for donation info.
Need some equipment? Come Shopping!
When:      Saturday, May 7 from 10 – 2:30pm
Where:     Hillside Elementary School Circle (Hillside Cafe if it’s raining)


Hastings Education Foundation Spring Gala
[link]
Saturday May 21
Captain Lawrence Brewing Company

SAVE THE DATE!
(orginally scheudled for May 14)

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Film Series at Jacob Burns

Saddle up Saturdays
with Jonathan Demme
!
Jacob Burns, Pleasantville [link]
Jonathan Demme will appear at select screenings, subject to availability.
Westward the Women, Apr. 30
McCabe & Mrs. Miller, May 7
Forty Guns, May 14
Once Upon a Time in the West, May 21
Seven Men from Now, May 28
El Dorado, June 4
Ride the High Country, June 11



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Friday, June 12 @ 8pm
Comedy: The Cure for the Common Core [link] | White Plains Performing Arts

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