Saturday, April 19 from 9am - 1pm
Hastings Winter Farmers Market [link]
OUTSIDE, Hastings Library Parking Lot, Hastings

First and Third Saturdays until the summer market resumes on June 7, 2014.download schedule
Winter Market Schedule ---> Saturdays, May 3 &17 --> OUTSIDE, Hastings Library Parking Lot

Saturday, April 19 @ 11am
Easter Egg Hunt
Douglas Park, SH (Douglas Park is at the end of New B'way in Webber Park)

Calling all parents!.... Kids can hunt for eggs filled with candy and chocolate!!!.... (bring a small basket) then take a picture with our friendly Sleepy Hollow Easter Bunny!!
from April 19 through September 21
'Weird, Wild, & Wonderful' [link]
Botanical Garden's Ross Gallery

Presented in conjunction with and curated by the American Society of Botanical Artists, 47 contemporary drawn and painted works from 46 artists showcase a wide array of weird, wild, and wonderful flora. Botanical artists have traditionally depicted conventionally beautiful plants, such as orchids, irises, and others known to be pleasant to view. Plants represented in this exhibition include Buddha's hand, shield fern, wasabi, heirloom tomato, violet hedgehog mushroom, Dog turd fungus with pill bug, Romanesco cauliflower, and many others. Visitors to the exhibition can listen to an audio tour in which the artists vividly discuss their subjects, inspirations, work methods, and personal stories of artistic and botanical discovery.
Saturday, April 19 and Sunday, April 20 from 1pm - 4 pm
Family Studio Projects [link]
Hudson River Museum, Yonkers
Creative activities every Saturday and Sunday, 1 - 4 pm, inspired by the Museum's collections and exhibitions, led by Junior Docents and arts and science professionals.
Art, Saturdays and Sundays:
April 19, 20, 26, 27
Painting with Pixels
Use tape, tissue paper, and paint to create pixel-images. Images from real video games are your inspiration.
May 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18
Me and My Avatar
Create a 3-D sculpture of yourself – be an avatar and look just like your favorite character in a Wii game.
Science, Saturdays only:
April 19, 26 and May 3, 10, 17

Perceiving Pixels
From the simplest games to the most complex, designers can't overtax consoles with graphics so they depend on the human brain to "fill in the blanks". Make and experiment with images and perception.
Saturday, April 19 @ 12pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm
Show & Tell6 [link]
Blue Door, Yonkers
Visitors are having unique opportunities to try out some of the techniques that our demonstrating artists are sharing, along with their stories of inspiration and their use of materials. Follow the link for participating artists and schedule.
Saturday, April 19 @ 7:30pm
Harvie S, featuring Guitarist Sheryl Bailey [link]
Art Academy of Westchester, Dobbs Ferry

Harvie and Sheryl have been performing as a duo for the past 3 years and the pairing is inventive, rhythymic and profound. There's no description more apt for Sheryl Bailey than "A sizzling guitar goddess", coined by Elliot Simon of All About Jazz. and Adam Levy of Guitar Player Magazine calls Sheryl "One of the most compelling tones of her generation", All about Jazz says "utilizing blistering runs, double stops and chords, leaving no doubts about his stature as one of the preeminent bass voices in jazz today.
Saturday, April 19
Urban H2O: Darlingside and Caitlin Canty [link]
Beczak, Yonkers

Indie folk quartet. "Darlingside is based in New England, but its lineage includes California pop harmonies, Appalachian root riffs, and classical arrangements all shadowing that full-on American mongrel we call rock music" – New Hampshire Public Radio. $10 ticket includes free craft beer from series sponsor Captain Lawrence Brewery
Sunday, April 20 from 1pm - 4 pm
Family Studio Projects [link]
Hudson River Museum, Yonkers
Creative activities every Saturday and Sunday, 1 - 4 pm, inspired by the Museum's collections and exhibitions, led by Junior Docents and arts and science professionals.
Art, Saturdays and Sundays:
April 20, 26, 27
Painting with Pixels
Use tape, tissue paper, and paint to create pixel-images. Images from real video games are your inspiration.
May 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18
Me and My Avatar
Create a 3-D sculpture of yourself – be an avatar and look just like your favorite character in a Wii game.
Sunday, April 20 from 2pm – 3:30pm
Terrace Talk [link]
New York Botanical Gardens, Pfizer Plant Research Laboratory
Welcome spring and celebrate Earth Week at this informal but informative event with the head of The New York Botanical Garden's Science Division. Enjoy refreshments and a view of the early blooms from the terrace of the Botanical Garden's Pfizer Plant Research Laboratory. Participants will find out how nature knows when to wake up, learn about the research that Garden scientists are doing, and hear about some of the discoveries that have resulted from their work.
Sunday, April 20 @ 3pm
"Ten Commandments" [link]
Paramo
unt Hudson Valley, Peekskill
Purchase your tickets at the Box Office.
Adults $10, Seniors/Children under 12 $5.
Sundays: Adults $8, Seniors/Children under 12 $5.
Doors open 45 minutes before show.
May 4 @ 3pm - "Doctor Zhivago"
June 1 @ 3pm - "Lawrence of Arabia"
June 15 @ 3pm - "The Bridge on the River Kwai"
June 22 @ 3pm - "Citizen Kane"
June 29 @ 3pm - "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World"
Sunday, April 20
Indigo Girls [link]
Tarrytown Music Hall

We are thrilled to welcome the Grammy winning Indigo Girls back to the Music Hall! Amy Ray and Emily Saliers have been touring ever since their self-titled 1989 breakthrough album, an album that included the first hit, "Closer To Fine," and went on to win Best Contemporary Folk Recording at the 1990 Grammys. Decades into their career, the Indigo Girls still amaze conventional pundits with their ability to grow and thrive no matter what the state of the music industry is at any given point. The duo's constant touring, as well as staunch dedication to a number of social and environmental causes, has earned them a fervidly devoted following over the years.
Monday, April 21 @ 6:30pm
The Westchester Junior Strings Orchestra
Andrus on Hudson, Auditorium

The Westchester Junior Strings Orchestra has played at Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall and Alice Tully Hall. OnMOnday, 4/21, you'll have the opportunity to see them right here, for free! Performance is in the auditorium at Andrus on Hudson. Everyone is welcome!
Tuesday, April 22 from 6pm - 9:30pm
Celebrate the launch of
"This Book Was a Tree"

Pretty Funny Vintage, Tarrytown
Come meet local author Marcie Cuff at her book signing party and Tarrytown kick off of THIS BOOK WAS A TREE. In this beautifully written book about reconnecting with nature,
marcie offers a way back to a quieter and more peaceful connection with the natural world. wonderful illustrations and nature projects for the whole family. Join us as we welcome Marcie to Tarrytown and Pretty Funny Vintage.
you will be able to purchase a book at the shop (while they last.) (light refreshments will be served.)
Tuesday, April 22 @ 7pm
Preserving our Past:
Objects and Memory [link]

Philipse Manor Hall, Yonkers

In collaboration with the New York Council for the Humanities, Philipse Manor Hall State Historic Site and Friends of Philipse Manor Hall present the lecture, “Objects and Memory,” by filmmaker Jonathan Fein on Tuesday, April 22 at 7 p.m. at Philipse Manor Hall. This lecture is free and open to the general public. This event is made possible through the Speakers in the Humanities program with the support of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Tuesday, April 22 from 7pm – 8pm
TELESCOPE "SHOW AND TELL"
Greenburgh Public Library
RESENTER: Larry Faltz, President of the Westchester Amateur Astronomers. Telescopes are not made one in the same! Join us for a telescope "show and tell" to learn about different types of telescopes, how they work and what you need to know if you are interested in buying and using one. All ages are welcome.
Tuesday, April 22 @ 8pm
Ani DiFranco [link]
Tarrytown Music Hall

A Music Hall/Music Without Borders Co-presentation, supported by WFUV. Special Guest: Peter Mulvey. Ani DiFranco is a songwriter, vocalist and guitarist perpetually on the move. From the raw "folk punk" of her early albums through the jazz/funk grooves she created during her years touring with a five-piece band to the twists and turns of her current work as a solo artist, Ani's restless creativity continually leads her and her listeners into ever more exciting territory. Over the course of more than 20 albums, including the live double-CD Living in Clip (1997) and the two-disc career retrospective Canon (2007), as well as her latest, ¿Which Side are You On? (2012), Ani has never stopped evolving, experimenting, testing the limits of what can be said and sung.
Wednesday, April 23 from 2pm - 4pm  
Oscar Nominated Movies: PHILOMENA [link]
Warner Library, Tarrytown

Starring Judi Dench and Steve Coogan. A world-weary political journalist picks up the story of a woman's search for her son, who was taken away from her decades ago after she became pregnant and was forced to live in a convent. (imdb) Rated PG-13    98 mins. 
Thursday, April 24 @ 6:30pm
Family Concert
Warner Library , Tarrytown

Celebrate Children's Day/Children's Book Day with a concertfor the whole family with JILATANAKA . Listen to the indigenous sounds of the Panpipes performed by this year's local Ecuadorian band: Jilatanaka. Learn about the
country and its music. Taste a typical traditional treat and move to the beat! Sponsored by the Friends of Warner Library.
Thursday, April 24 @ 7pm
Lost in Living [link]
W@tercooler, 21 North Broadway, Tarrytown

This new documentary, directed by Mary Trunk, follows four women artists over seven years as they struggle to navigate the messy realities of motherhood and creative expression.There will be a discussion after the film facilitated by Writer and Professor Heather Hewett. This is a girls night out NOT TO BE MISSED. This event is being sponsored by Rivertown Artists Workshop and W@tercooler. Suggested Donation Purchase/Register HERE
Thursday, April 24 @ 7:30pm
Inside the New Yorker Cartoon with
editor Bob Mankoff [link]

Jacob Burns
How often have you looked at a New Yorker cartoon and wondered how in the world someone came up with it? Here's a chance to get your questions answered and learn about the inside workings of the magazine's fabled "idea drawings." Join us for a fun-filled evening with Bob Mankoff as he delves into the nature of humor and how it translates to the page. Click here to enter the JBFC's own caption contest featuring the original cartoon by Mankoff himself! Q&A Bob Mankoff submitted more than 500 cartoons before his first was published in The New Yorker in 1977. Since then, more than 800 have appeared in the magazine. Cartoon editor since 1997, he created The New Yorker's popular caption contest.
Thursdays, April 24 and May 15 @ 8pm
Dance Off the Grid [link]
The Emelin Theater, Mamaroneck

When a critic as respected and prolific as Valerie Gladstone puts her talents to work not reviewing dance performances but presenting them, it's time to sit up and take notice. That's exactly what dance-lovers and newcomers to the genre alike have been doing since the inaugural season of Dance Under the Influence at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, called a must-see "eclectic performance series" by The New Yorker. After three sold-out seasons providing a platform for innovators in tap, flamenco, postmodern dance, Indian classical dance, and a variety of cross-disciplinary dance forms, the series is coming to the Emelin in the form of Dance Off the Grid, a four-part survey of the diversity of today's dance landscape, featuring live performances by the top talent of contemporary dance. These showpieces will not only range from ballet to modern to puppetry to everything in between, consisting of only the absolute best from performers at the peak of the profession and the height of their skills; the evenings will also reveal the inspirations behind each work.
Friday, April 25, Saturday, April 26 and Sunday, Apri 72 from 10am – 5pm
Antique Garden Furniture Fair: Antiques for the Garden and the Garden Room [link]
Conservatory Tent behind the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, New York Botanical Gardens, Bronx

Long held as the country's most renowned stage for authentic garden antiques and rarities, the Antique Garden Furniture Fair returns to The New York Botanical Garden with an expansive collection of ornament, decorative art, and timeless furniture for the home and garden. More than 30 established exhibitors display centuries of classic design inspiration gathered from across the United States and Europe. Acquiring a large or heavy piece? Home delivery can be arranged for any items purchased during the Antique Garden Furniture Fair.
Friday, April 25 from 6pm - 9pm
Hastings Friday Night Live: Picture Yourself in Hastings-Celebrating the Arts! [link]
Boulanger Plaza/Main St

Join us as we kick-off Hastings Friday Night Live 2014. Boulanger Plaza & part of Main Street (from Whitman to Warburton) will be closed to traffic.
* Community Art Project
* Grand Opening Celebration of Upstream Gallery [link]
* Live Music
* Food: The Prime [link] , Slices , more being added.
* Kids Activities: Community Art Project, Face Painting by Caryn Stone Palese.
* Thalia will be selling her beautiful lamps
Friday, April 25 @ 7pm
First Fridays:
Laser Show in the Planetarium [link]

Hudson River Museum, Yonkers

See Laseropolis, the laser show chosen by Facebook voters. In the Planetarium enjoy its eclectic mix of music themes from pop and rock to alternative and oldies — from Pink Floyd to Nirvana, No Doubt, and many in between.
May 2: Video Games Connect
Where are video games going? Frank Lantz, Director of New York University Game Center,
knows. Meet him and explore video games as a cultural form and game design as creative practice.
May 9: Comic Book Artists and Contests
Just in time for Mother's Day! Bring your mom to the Museum Video Arcade and challenge her to a round of video games, including Mario Party and Mario Kart.
Host: David DePasquale. Comic book artists Javier Cruz Winnik and others demo their work.
May 16 @ 6pm: Indie Gamers
Indie Gamer Kurt Bieg, Simple Machine Co, designed Circadia, an audiovisual experience for all ages. Also showing games are Andy Wallace who presents Particle Mace, and Josh Debonis and Nik Mikros who present Killer Queen.
May 16 @ 7pm: NERD Slam
Perform your sonnets about Star Trek, love poems about Buffy the Vampire Slayer or other poems that showcase your adoration for all things nerdy (including Halo, World of Warcraft, Dungeons and Dragons, and Star Craft). Host poet Zork Allen.
Friday, April 25 @ 8pm
2014 - Starry, Starry Night [link]
Irvington Town Hall Theater

Starry, Starry Night  Broadway Stars Unite. In Support of The Tree House Program. This night of stars will feature Broadway stars  Sharon Wheatley, Rob Evan, Scott Coulter, David Benoit,  Jessic a Hendy, Sarah Uriarte Berry and Brynn O'Malley. Don’t miss this back by popular demand dazzling night for a worthy cause. All proceeds will go to the Bereavement Center of Westchester’s Tree House Program.
Friday, April 25 @ 8pm
Drew Carey [link]
Tarrytown Music Hall

A Music Hall Presentation. Drew Carey is a stand-up comic turned actor and producer who had the distinction of having two hit shows simultaneously: the long-running comedy "The Drew Carey Show," which ran from 1995-2004, and the improv/sketch show "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" on which he was host and a producer. The success of that show led to the creation of "Drew Carey's Improv All-Stars," an improv troupe that performs in showrooms across the country. In July 2007, Carey was named the host of "The Price Is Right," succeeding longtime host Bob Barker.
Friday, April 25 @ 8pm
Dead on Live [link]
Paramount Hudson Valley, Peekskil
l
Multi-instrumentalist Marc Muller directs a Note For Note celebration capturing this important and beloved period in the Grateful Dead's long, illustrious, and stylistically diverse career. The best of '70-'75 features music from Workingman's Dead to American Beauty all the way through Blues For Allah. Muller has assembled an impressive cast of world class musicians that have been able to reproduce virtually every note of every instrument, as well as all of the beautifully orchestrated vocal arrangements. Don't miss this amazing show.
Saturday, April 26 from 9am - 2pm
Volunteer Landscape Day [link]
Manitoga / The Russel Wright Design Center, 584 Route 9d, Garrison
Volunteer Landscape Day: Restoring Our Connection to the Osborn Loop and Appalachian Trail. We will be working with a crew from the NY/NJ Trail Conference to reconstruct our short connection to the Appalachian Trail system via the Osborn Loop as Russel Wright envisioned it. Learn sustainable trail maintenance skills from dedicated professionals. Volunteers of all skill levels welcomed. Rain or shine. Lunch served. For more information about volunteer opportunities at Manitoga, visit our Volunteer page. To register for this event, email us or call 845-424-3812.
Saturday, April 26 from10am - 3pm
Attic Sale
Ardsley United Methodist Church

Baked Goods, Household Items, Cafe, Treasures, and more....
Saturday, April 26 from 10am - 4pm
Ninth Annual Hastings on Hudson
Village-wide Tag Sale

All over Hastings

The Village of Hastings-on-Hudson Parks and Recreation Department is now accepting applications for the ninth annual village-wide tag sale! For further info, please contact Bryan Healy email or (914) 478-2380, ext. 600.
Saturday, April 26 and Sunday, April 27 from 10am - 5pm
Friends of the Warner Library Fall Book Sale
Warner Library, Tarrytown

Since we already have plenty of books for the sale, please hold off with more donations until May 5th. But we do need volunteers to help set up on Friday, April 25th from 2 to 5 PM, and on Saturday morning from 8 to 10 AM, and then on Sunday afternoon to pack up from 4:30 to 6:30 PM.
If you would like to help on those days, please email berkeleyrice@optonline.net.
If you prefer to serve as a cashier during the sale, please email davegriffin242@gmail.com.
Saturday, April 26, begins @ 11:45am
Rotary Rubber Duck Derby [link]
Patriot's Park, Tarrytown

Our Rubber Ducky Derby Day returns Saturday April 26th in Patriot Park. Together with the YMCA's Healthy Kids Day, this event has turned into a village wide fun family affair enjoyed by young and old alike. For all the details and to adopt your Rubber Ducky's, go to [link.
Saturday, April 26 and Sunday, April 27
Lyndhurst Family Fun Day: LEGOs [link]
Lyndhurst

Join us for a two-day family event with LEGO exhibitions by local children in Lyndhurst mansion! Lyndhurst Family Fun Day features an extensive play space for kids of all ages in the Lyndhurst Carriage House as well as a gigantic LEGO trainscape.
Saturday, April 26 and Sunday, April 27 from 11am - 5pm
RiverArts Studio Tour 2014 [link]
All Around the Rivertowns

For just over half a century, RiverArts has produced high quality art programs, events and educational opportunities for the Rivertowns community. The Studio Tour is one of our most anticipated events. RiverArts invites visitors to its 21st Annual Studio Tour weekend, a multi-village adventure featuring approximately 80 local artists. Meet and engage with artists in their work spaces: industrial lofts, home studios, pop-up installations and galleries. Learn more about the creative process and purchase work directly from the source.
Saturday, April 26 from 7pm - 11pm
Ardsley Education Foundation's
2014 Spring Gala [link]

The Coliseum, White Plains

Professional DJ & Dancing, Heavily passed hors d'oeuvres, Silent and live auction. Auction is now live online. Follow the ink for details.
Saturday, April 26 @ 7pm
Artistry Dance Project's Spring Gala [link]
Tarrytown Music Hall

Artistry Dance Project presents our First Annual Spring Gala! Featuring a compilation of contemporary works, a restaging of the world renowned Pas De Quatre and a second act from Broadway's "Swing!" that will leave you dancing in the aisles! Come enjoy these talented artists at their best and experience a night of dance you will never forget! Appropriate for all ages.
Saturday, April 26
Swear and Shake [link]
Purple Crayon, Hastings

Energetic, joyful indie folk-rock from an up-and-coming quartet.
Saturday, April 26
Roosevelt Dime and Driftwood [link]
Common Ground Coffeehouse, First Unitarian Society of Westchester, 25 Old Jackson Ave., Hastings

To listen to the music of Roosevelt Dime is to take a journey through American roots music. Inspired by Appalachian string bands, Memphis soul, New Orleans dixieland, and the musical melting pot of Brooklyn which they call home, the band has forged a sound they've come to call Steamboat Soul. Follow the link above to read more.
Saturday, April 26 @ 8pm
2014 Spirit of Jazz [link]
Irvington Town Hall Theater
Phelps Hospice Presents Spirit of Jazz - Melissa Sings Abbey and Nina Grammy award-winning vocalist Melissa Walker will headline the sixth annual Spirit of Jazz concert benefitting Phelps Hospice on Saturday, April 26, at Irvington Town Hall Theater at 8 pm. Ms.Walker will pay tribute to the music of the late singer/songwriters Abbey Lincoln and Nina Simone, accompanied by pianist Oscar Perez and an ensemble of outstanding jazz musicians. All proceeds from the Spirit of Jazz concert support Phelps Hospice.
Sunday, April 27 from 10am - 4pm
Flea Market & Bake Sale
Dobbs Ferry Waterfront

presented by the American Legion, Dobbs Ferry post 1048.
Sunday, April 27 from 10am - 5pm
Friends of the Warner Library Fall Book Sale
Warner Library, Tarrytown

Since we already have plenty of books for the sale, please hold off with more donations until May 5th. But we do need volunteers to help set up on Friday, April 25th from 2 to 5 PM, and on Saturday morning from 8 to 10 AM, and then on Sunday afternoon to pack up from 4:30 to 6:30 PM.
If you would like to help on those days, please email berkeleyrice@optonline.net.
If you prefer to serve as a cashier during the sale, please email davegriffin242@gmail.com.
Sunday, April 27 from 11am - 5pm
RiverArts Studio Tour 2014 [link]
All Around the Rivertowns

For just over half a century, RiverArts has produced high quality art programs, events and educational opportunities for the Rivertowns community. The Studio Tour is one of our most anticipated events. RiverArts invites visitors to its 21st Annual Studio Tour weekend, a multi-village adventure featuring approximately 80 local artists. Meet and engage with artists in their work spaces: industrial lofts, home studios, pop-up installations and galleries. Learn more about the creative process and purchase work directly from the source.
Sunday, April 27
Lyndhurst Family Fun Day: LEGOs [link]
Lyndhurst

Join us for a two-day family event with LEGO exhibitions by local children in Lyndhurst mansion! Lyndhurst Family Fun Day features an extensive play space for kids of all ages in the Lyndhurst Carriage House as well as a gigantic LEGO trainscape.
Sunday, April 27 from 12:30pm - 4:30pm
Spring Fest [link]
Andrus on Hudson, 185 B'way, Hastings

Family entertainment including an old fashioned may pole dance, live music, bouncy castle, food, vendors, raffle, activities and more. Henry Chapin will lead the may pole dance. The Blues Mothers, Matt Turk, Walkabout Clearwater Chorus, Alpha Whale and Zach Pearson will perform.
Sunday, April 27 @ 2pm
Friends of Old Croton Aqueduct Celebrates New Life of Keeper's House at Annual Meeting [link]
Irvington Public Library, Main and Astor Streets

The plans, the approvals, the funds are all in place and the Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct (FOCA) are ready to give new life to the Keeper's House as a Visitor and Education Center for the Old Croton Aqueduct. The brick Italianate house, located along the trail on Walnut Street in Dobbs Ferry, is the only one extant of those built for Aqueduct caretakers. At the FOCA annual meeting, the project creative team will unveil the interior features of the Center. This includes state of the art exhibits which describe the engineering miracle and how it is still relevant in today's fast paced, technological world; and a "time travel" offering taking visitors on a magical trip from the 1800s to 2014. A new film celebrating the importance of the Aqueduct and the pleasure of the trail will have its premiere public showing. The featured speakers are: Stephen Tilly, Principal of Tilly Architects, Robert Kornfeld, Vice President, Friends of Old Croton Aqueduct, and Laurel Marx, Graphic Designer. The public is invited. Wine and refreshments will be served. For more information, contact President Mavis Cain at (914) 693-0529 or mcain@aqueduct.org.
Sunday, April 27 from 2:30pm - 5:30pm
2014 Future Filmmaker's Film Festival [link]
The Picture House, Pelham

To highlight the diverse creative talent of Westchester's teens, The Matthew S. Hisiger Film Foundation, The Picture House and Westchester County are presenting the 2014 Future Filmmaker's Film Festival. Drawing students from across the County, the Future Filmmaker's Festival is a day-long event spotlighting short films from narrative, documentary, comedy, drama and musical categories, wholly created and produced by Westchester County high school students. The festival culminates with an awards ceremony when the "Chester" – Westchester's Oscar – will be awarded to the top three film submissions. Festival submission guidelines require that students attend either an accredited Westchester County high school or bona fide County film program. Films cannot exceed 10 minutes and must be rated PG.
Sunday, April 27 @ 3:30pm
Katonah Poetry Series
presents Billy Collins [link]

The Harvey School, Katonah

KPS is thrilled to welcome best-selling poet Billy Collins for this special fundraising event in celebration of "Aimless Love," his latest book of new and collected poetry (Random House, Oct. 2013). Tickets: $40 adult, $15 students, $20 KPS members (w/valid card). Advance ticket sales: Available via the Katonah Village Library web site. Location: The Harvey School, The Walker Center for the Arts 260 Jay Street, Katonah.
 
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Hastings Friday Night Live:
Picture Yourself in Hastings--->
Celebrating the Arts! [link]

Friday, April 25 from 6pm - 9pm
Boulanger Plaze/Main St

Join us as we kick-off Hastings Friday Night Live 2014. Boulanger Plaza & part of Main Street (from Whitman to Warburton) will be closed to traffic.
* Community Art Project
* Celebration of Upstream Gallery's
return to Hastings [link]

* Live Music
* Food: The Prime [link] , Slices, with more
being added.
* Kids Activities: Community Art Project, Face Painting by Caryn Stone Palese.
* Thalia will be selling her beautiful lamps


Movies @
Paramount Hudson Valley

Sunday, April 20 @ 3pm
"Ten Commandments" [link] | Paramount Hudson Valley, Peekskill
Purchase your tickets at the Box Office.
Adults $10, Seniors/Children under 12 $5.
Sundays: Adults $8, Seniors/Children under 12 $5.
Doors open 45 minutes before show.
May 4 @ 3pm - "Doctor Zhivago"
June 1 @ 3pm - "Lawrence of Arabia"
June 15 @ 3pm - "The Bridge on the River Kwai"
June 22 @ 3pm - "Citizen Kane"
June 29 @ 3pm - "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World"


This Season from
Clocktower Players! [link]
May 9-10: Into The Woods performed by Clocktower Players Teen and Jr. Teen Troupe


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Thank you to the Upstream Gallery Artists that provided us with the art for our Header above:
from left to right:
© Allen M. Hart
© Louise Cadoux
© TB Ward
© Ned Harris
© Jo Zalon Meer


Welch's Support Brings Family-to-Family's Hunger Relief Programs to Westchester
Program Launching April 26, 2014 Event!

With major support from Welch's,  Family-to-Family, the national nonprofit hunger relief organization, is launching its new DoorKnob Dinners Project in Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y., bringing to three the number of hunger relief programs it operates there.
  
The Basics: Once a month, starting on April 26th, participating community members will hang a bag with one dinner's worth of specific groceries for a family of five on their front door.  Neighborhood coordinators will collect the bags and bring them to the Hasting-on-Hudson food pantry. To learn more, visit [link].

About Family-to-Family

Family-to-Family, Inc. is a grassroots nonprofit 501c3 hunger and poverty relief organization dedicated to providing food, personal hygiene products and other basic life essentials to American families struggling with the challenges of poverty. By connecting donors one-to-one with specific families in need, Family-to-Family brings a large and seemingly intractable problem – poverty – into personal focus, making proactive, attainable results possible…one family at a time.  
About Welch's

Headquartered in Concord, Massachusetts, Welch's is the processing and marketing subsidiary of the National Grape Cooperative. Welch's is owned by 1,000 family farmers across America and in Ontario, Canada, who make up this cooperative and who grow the delicious and inherently healthy Concord grapes used in Welch's juices and other grape-based products. Welch's is committed to research and development that will meet the growing demand for products that address consumers' health and nutrition needs. Welch's products are sold throughout the United States and in approximately 40 countries around the globe. Welch's is an Equal Opportunity Employer –


School Foundation Fundraisers:
Saturday, April 26 from 7pm - 11pm
Ardsley Education Foundation's 2014 Spring Gala [link] | The sColiseum, White Plains
Professional DJ & Dancing, Heavily passed hors d'oeuvres, Silent and live auction. Auction is now live online. Follow the ink for details.

Spoken Interludes [link]
Riverview, One Warburton Avenue, Hastings

A salon for stories since 1996. Produced by DeLauné Michel. Books sold by The Village Book Store of Pleasantville, NY. Catered by Chutney Masala. Supper Buffet from 6pm – 7:30pm. Spoken Interludes from 7:30pm – 8:30pm writers read with a Q&A. Book signing from 8:30pm - 9pm. $25 at the door for Chutney Masala (cash or checks). Reservations: email
Tuesday, May 6
Best-selling writer  & screenwriter Delia Ephron reads from her new book, "Sister Mother Husband Dog: Etc."
Bestselling, critically-acclaimed writer Meg Wolitzer reads from her new novel, "The Interestings"
Critically-acclaimed debut novelist, Jason Porter reads from his novel, "Why Are You So Sad?"
Monday, June 9
Best-selling, award-winning writer André Dubus reads from his new book, "Dirty Love".
Critically-acclaimed writer Alexi Zentner reads from his new novel, "Lobster Kings"
Nature columnist, award-winning blogger, & crafts/gardening maven, Marcie Cuff reads from her debut book, "This Book Was a Tree: Ideas, Adventures, and Inspiration for Discovering the Natural World"

Hastings Winter Farmers Market
Saturday, April 19 from 9am - 1pm
OUTSIDE, Hastings Library Parking Lot
First and Third Saturdays until the summer market resumes on June 7, 2014. [link]
download schedule
Winter Market Schedule --->
Saturdays, May 3 &17
OUTSIDE, Hastings Library Parking Lot


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