Monday, April 23 from 7:30pm–9:30pm
Trailblazers: Be inspired by women who have cracked the glass ceiling! Greenburgh Hebrew Center, Dobbs Ferry
Be inspired by women who have cracked the glass ceiling! Greenburgh Hebrew Center presents four truly fascinating and accomplished women who will talk about their experiences cracking the glass ceiling. This panel takes place on Monday, April 23 at 7:30 pm at GHC and features: Lenore Katkin, physician, in practice for 60 years; Roberta Karmel, attorney and professor of law; Cecile Singer, a former member of the NY State Assembly; and Bernice Gottleib, humanitarian advocate and author. The panel will be moderated by Lynne Ecker. The panelist presentations will be followed by audience questions and then coffee and dessert. This event is free and open to the community. Older children are welcome too! Please bring new full size toiletries to donate to Hope’s Door, a Westchester based organization that seeks to end domestic violence. To RSVP, please contact Robin at email@example.com
Wednesday, April 25 @ 6pm
Mercy College 37th Annual Trustees’ Scholarship Dinner | Glen Island Harbour Club, New Rochelle
This year the College honors Joseph P. Carlucci, Esq., Vice Chairman of the Mercy College Board of Trustees and Partner at Cuddy & Fedder, LLP for the Community Leadership Award; Johnson & Johnson for the Community Partnership Award; Cynthia A. Rubino ’82, President and CEO of YMCA of Central and Northern Westchester for the Alumni Achievement Award; Nicoll Baez ’18 for the Inaugural Award for Student Achievement; and Mercy College Assistant Professor Gary Bernstein, retired Vice President of Finance, IBM for the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Wednesday, April 25 @ 7pm
Researching Colleges: Selecting Your Best Fit | Greenburgh Library
During this workshop, participants learn to prioritize various criteria, e.g. size, location, school setting, course offerings, etc. that make a particular set of colleges a good fit. In addition, we will look at multiple online tools and resources for researching colleges and learn how certain factors at each college, e.g. selectivity, retention, and graduation rates, can guide a student's decision whether or not to apply to or attend that school. Presented by Jeffery Hirsch Founder of College Starter. No registration required.
Wednesday, April 25 @ 7pm
Ballet de Ameriques | Tarrytown Music Hall
Presented by Ballet des Amériques. "Established in 2011 under the directorship of French-American choreographer Carole Alexis, Ballet des Amériques, as its name implies, inserts itself into the French cultural heritage of the Americas. Composed of classically trained dancers of diverse backgrounds, the young company has already danced the choreography of Carole Alexis in over 50 public performances beginning with its debut at the Festival de Fort-de-France in Martinique in 2011.
Friday, April 27 @ 8pm
Beatles to WIngs, The McCartney Years | Tarrytown Music Hall
A Music Hall/Music Without Borders Co-presentation, supported by WFUV There are many Beatles tributes. But there’s only one show that celebrates the genius of Paul McCartney at the height of his career. And this is it! Hailed by the original Beatles promoter as ‘THE BEST ON THE SCENE’, The McCartney Years is a period-true, technically stunning and explosive live concert show that performs the music of Paul McCartney spanning two decades from The Beatles to Wings.
Saturday, April 28 from 9am–1pm
Irvington Farmers Market | Main Street School Auditorium
Last winter market. Summer Market opens June 3.
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