Sunday, March 26 & Friday, March 31–Sunday, April 2
Glass Ceiling Breakers [link] | Axial at St. John's, 8 Sunnyside Avenue, Pleasantville
Axial's next production, Glass Ceiling Breakers, celebrates Women's History Month with eight original one-act plays by New York-based women playwrights! Fridays @ 8pm, Saturdays @ 3pm & 8pm, Sundays @ 4pm

Sunday, March 26 @ 2pm
Disney's BEAUTY & THE BEAST [link] | Irvington Town Hall Theater
Presented by Clocktower Players ADULT Troupe. Simply Enchanting...
The weekend the live action film opens in theaters around the country, Clocktower will offer the international sensation, Disney's BEAUTY & THE BEAST live on stage! This tale about very different people finding strength and love boasts an unforgettable score, enchanting characters, humor and hope, making this beloved fairy tale a musical for the entire family! Be transformed and see the romantic and heartwarming tale with someone you love!

Sunday, March 26 from 10am–5pm
Awaken Fair [link] | Double Tree Hotel, Tarrytown
The AWAKEN Wellness Fairs educate people about the many paths to a healthy body, mind and spirit that are available in today's world. The Fair include ancient techniques as well as amazing cutting edge technologies. Mention RivertownsGuide.com for free admission. 

Sunday, March 26 @ 2pm
"Aging–A Bad Rap" [link] | Tarrytown Music Hall
Robert Bonvento, publisher of River Journal, has written and will perform his one-man show called, “Aging – A Bad Rap,” for one performance only on Sunday, March 26. Proceeds from this benefit performance will go to Hope's Door, a non-profit organization in Pleasantville, NY whose motto is Embracing Life Free From Domestic Abuse.

Sunday, March 26 @ 3pm
Artist Conversation: Why Women Create Art in Politically Charged Times [link] | Estherwood Mansion, Dobbs Ferry
Panelists: Barbara King, Marisa Silverstein, Diane Brawarski, Audrey Sackner-Bernstein. Moderator: Christina Ha.

Sunday, March 26 @ 3pm
A Concert for the Benefit of Midnight Run | Woodlands Community Temple, 50 Worthington Rd., White Plains
The Interfaith Caring Community of Greenburgh is sponsoring a Concert for the Benefit of Midnight Run. Exit 12, an eclectic jazz sextet will perform. General admission is $20 (Students $7.50). Become a friend of Midnight Run ($35 per ticket, must purchase in advance by contacting the Temple) and be seated in the first row. Refreshments following the performance. Interfaith is also collecting household cleansers and laundry detergent for Hudson Valley Community Services. For more information contact Woodlands Community Temple's Office at 914-592-7070 or email wct@wct.org or Alan Shapiro at 914-671-2783, email ashapiro@phillipsnizer.com

Sunday, March 26 @ 3pm
The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey [link] | Performing Arts Center, Purchase
One of the greatest storytellers of his generation, James Lecesne portrays every character in a small Jersey Shore town as they unravel the story of Leonard Pelkey, a tenaciously optimistic and flamboyant 14-year-old boy. A luminous force of nature whose magic is only truly felt once he is missing, he becomes the unexpected inspiration for a town as they question how they love, who they love, and what they leave behind. Written and performed by James Lecesne, directed by Tony Speciale, with original music by Tony Award-winning composer Duncan Sheik.

Sunday, March 26 from 3:30–5:30pm
S’Mores and Song [link] | Young Judaea Sprout Westchester Day Camp, 500 Yorktown Rd, Croton-On-Hudson
For families, No charge. RSVP: sproutwestchester@youngjudaea.org. Sprout Westchester is a summer day camping experience of Camp Young Judaea Sprout Lake open to campers entering Pre-K through 6th grade. Join us at camp to celebrate Spring, play games, make s'mores and sing around the campfire. See old friends and make new ones.

Sunday, March 26 @ 4pm
Poetry Reading: Kimiko Hahn [link] | Katonah Village Library, 26 Bedford Road, Katonah
On Sunday, March 26 at 4:00 pm, the Katonah Poetry Series continues its 50th Anniversary Season with a reading by Westchester native Kimiko Hahn. Born in Mt. Kisco, raised in Pleasantville, Hahn is the author of nine poetry collections and is the current president of the Poetry Society of America.

Sunday, March 26 @ 4pm
Performance: The Power of Song [link] | Hudson River Museum
An historic and contemporary music mash-up from the Dutchess Antislavery Singers, an a cappella chorus; Souls United of the Hudson Valley, an interfaith gospel choir; and DJ Nessdigital, who spins sounds of all genres, bringing the conversation about social justice and civil rights from the 19th century to the present day. Prepare to move and be moved!

Sunday, March 26 @ 5pm
Hypno Hype [link] | Paramount Hudson Valley Theater 1008 Brown St., Peekskill
Master hypnotist Asad Mecci stars in Hypno Hype, a hilarious comedy/hypnosis show. Mecci’s jaw-dropping performance have captivated audiences worldwide having performed for over 1.5 million people live and millions more through mass media. Mecci has been featured on Entertainment Tonight, MTV, HGTV, Much Music, and Maxim Online. It’s the most spectacular show some of you will forget!

Continued on our Calendar [link]


Yup, it's true, UberEATS is now delivering some of your favorite Westchester restaurants right to your door!

from LoHud
"Well, as of Thursday, there’s a new solution. UberEATS, the on-demand food delivery app run by Uber car service, is now available in southern Westchester.
Having partnered with 86 restaurants to launch in the Lower Hudson Valley — such as RocnRamen 914, Harrison Tavern and Polpettina—the new service could be a game changer for both time-strapped customers and independent business owners."

Go to LoHud or visit UberEATS

 

Now open,
Restaurant Edition...

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Slice Shop

106 Main Street, Irvington
from their Facebook page:
a classic ny pizza joint meets a modern american kitchen
eric korn // rob vankeuren // julia blandori



Boro6 Wine Bar

549 Warburton Avenue, Hastings
from their Facebook page:
An new wine bar located in Hastings on Hudson just 30 minutes north of NYC. Featuring 20 wines by the glass, cheese, charcuterie, sandwiches and snacks


Red Zebra

31 Beekman Avenue, Sleepy Hollow
from their Facebook page:
Red Zebra, in the heart of Sleepy Hollow, is taking a modern look at Italian with locavore integrity.


Bread & Brine

19 Main Street, Hastings
from their Facebook page:
Raw Bar, Cocktails & Fish House. Traditional "Down East" cuisine in the heart of Hastings-on-Hudson.


 

 

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