Wednesday, March 21@ 1:30pm
How to Design Your Future - Aging-in-Place Meeting | Irvington Library
Learn how residents in other Westchester towns are creating a new lifestyle so they can remain at home and engaged in community life as they grow older. There are now eight non-profit Aging in Place “villages” in Westchester. They are part of a national movement started by people who choose to live independently while benefiting from coordinated programs and services in their own community. Since each community is different, each AIP model is tailored to meet the needs and capacity of the residents. The Center for Aging in Place (CAP) has tools and resources to help community organizers assess their needs and options. This event is sponsored by the Center for Aging in Place,Irvington Public Library and It Takes a Village 10591.

Wednesday, March 21@ 6pm–8:30pm (Also on 4/18 & 5/16)
Shop & Sip | ArtsWestchester Gallery
Join ArtsWestchester for a happy hour pop-up shopping experience every third Wednesday of the month! Guests will meet other arts lovers, enjoy a drink and discover local artists and designers, whose handcrafted items will be on display and for sale. *Proceeds benefit ArtsWestchester’s vibrant exhibition programming.

Thursday, March 22 @ 3pm
NT Live’s Julius Caesar | Jacob Burns Film Center
World Stage on Screen. Caesar (David Calder, The Lost City of Z) returns home in triumph and is greeted by joyous throngs. Alarmed by the autocrat’s popularity, the educated elite conspire to bring him down, civil war erupts, and all is chaos. Ben Whishaw (The Danish Girl) and Michelle Fairley (Game of Thrones) play Brutus and Cassius, and David Morrissey (The Walking Dead) is Mark Antony in this dynamic production from Nicholas Hytner, former director of the National Theatre.

Thursdays, March 22–April 26 @ 3:00pm
Opera Appreciation-Viva Verdi! | Warner Library, Tarrytown
In this 2 part lecture series, Susan Grunthal will discuss the life and works of Guiseppe Verdi who composed 28 of the world's' greatest operas plus his magnificent Requiem. We will hear at least one overture, aria or chorus from each opera and many from the more popular ones. Susan will tell the stories and shine a spotlight on the highlights of these operas. Call 914-631-7734 to signup or visit the Reference desk.
Thursday, March 22 from 7pm–9pm
Literary Salon and Book Signing | Aligned Center, Irvington
A literary salon embraces authors and celebrates the craft of writing. Authors read from and discuss their work in a community of readers who ask thoughtful and engaging questions. The goal is to foster conversation and promote the respectful exchange of ideas.

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Summer Camps

Camp Hi-Rock (sleepaway) 
At the top of Mount Washington, at the end of a winding dirt road, lies Camp Hi-Rock. For more than sixty years, countless children, families, and adults, young and old, have been gathering in this spot to learn from each other, themselves and their inspiring surroundings. Our goal is to help boys and girls ages 7-16 grow as individuals, to build their self-esteem while instilling leadership, social and life skills – and to help them have tons of fun!  Contact our Camp Director Heather Neaz-Nibur,, to set up a time for one of our camp directors to visit you in your home and answer questions about our resident camp and adventure trip programs.

Challenge Camp
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We are looking forward to our 38th Summer of Fun and Learning at Schechter Westchester in Hartsdale! The Schechter Westchester campus is fully air-conditioned with academic classrooms featuring smartboards, computer and science labs, music rooms, a black box theater, a large dining hall and state of the art gymnasium and athletic fields.

SummerArts, SummerJazz, & StoryCamp. Follow the link for more information.

SummerTech Camp
SummerTech is the gold standard in technology camps since 2002.

More being added daily... To be considered for inclusion, email us at  

Yonkers Book Drive
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