Monday, December 5 @ 7:30pm
Judaic Art with Heart - Chabad of the Rivertown- Jewish Women's Circle [link]  | Eileen Fisher Learning Lab - 50 Buckhout Street, Irvington
Join us for this exciting evening! Renowned artist, Gary Rosenthal, will lead you in creating your very own Gary Rosenthal art. He will also be bringing with him a special trunk show featuring pieces from The Gary Rosenthal Collection and be on hand to sign pieces. Choose a piece or two of his sculptures and create your designs with glass tiles. This is a great opportunity to design and create your own unique heirloom quality Judaica. The event fee is $36 which includes refreshments, good times and your very own glass dreidel. RSVP & info at link above.

Wednesday, December 7 @ 7pm
The Eighth Annual Robert Tucker Lecture Series | Lloyd Library, Farragut School Complex, 27 Farragut Ave., Hastings
In honor of Robert Tucker's nearly four decades of service to the students of Hastings-on-Hudson, the High School Social Studies Department invites the village and school communities to join us for the 8th Annual Robert Tucker Lecture. Talk Description: Using her award-winning verse novel about the Armenian genocide of 1915, Like Water on Stone, Dana Walrath will bring this history to life and explore the global consequences of genocide denied.  From Slavery to Syria: The Armenian Genocide and Global Social Justice, Presented by Dr. Dana Walrath, Anthropologist, Artist, and Award-winning Author

Wednesday, December 7 @ 7:30pm
Selected Shorts [link] | Symphony Space, UWS, NYC
Between takes on the set of Billions, Oscar-nominated actor Paul Giamatti will sift through stories from the collections of Auden, Chekhov, Saki, du Maurier, Hardwick, and more to present us with humorous and enchanting short fiction selected from the NYRB Classics' magnificent library. Performers include Jane Kaczmarek (Malcolm in the Middle), Billy Porter (Kinky Boots), and Kathryn Erbe (Law & Order: Criminal Intent).

Thursday, December 8
The Wizards of Winter [link] | Tarrytown Music Hall
Featuring former members of The Trans- Siberian Orchestra and some of the mid-Atlantic’s finest rock and progressive musicians, The Wizards of Winter return this Holiday season bringing their musical intensity, stage theatrics and holiday fun!

Friday, December 9 from 7:30pm - 11pm
Open Mic Night [link] | Purpl, Hastings
Every second Friday of the month. 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!

Friday, December 9 @ 8pm
This Wonderful Life [link] | Paramount Hudson Valley, Peekskill
"This Wonderful Life" is a one-man play beautifully acted by Jeremy Kendall.  Based on the iconic holiday favorite film, “It’s a Wonderful Life”, the production brings to life over 32 familiar people in an amazing display of physical and verbal virtuosity.  Kendall portrays the Jimmy Stewart-inspired George Bailey, and the whole cast of loveable characters from Bedford Falls, including Clarence the Angel, Mary, Zuzu, and all the townsfolk who rely on him to save them from the greedy Mr. Potter.  Like the film, the play centers around the character of George, a man who has given up his dreams in order to help others, and whose imminent suicide on Christmas Eve brings about the intervention of his guardian angel, Clarence.  Clarence shows George all the lives he has touched and how different life in his community of Bedford Falls would be had he never been born.  Jeremy’s 75 minute tour-de-force is at once inspiring, funny, poignant, and most of all, uplifting.

More on our Calendar [link]

 

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Mark your calendar for a fabulous Warehouse Sale at In2Green...
Friday, December 9, 1pm - 4pm
Saturday, December 10, 10am - 3pm
Located just off Warburton Ave, past Getty Square
23 Hawthorne Ave, Yonkers


Village Fun Runs...

Holiday Hustle, Dobbs Ferry
Sunday, December 11


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