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Saturday, July30 from 8:30am - 1:30pm
Hastings Farmers Market [link]
Outside at the Library Lot, 7 Maple Ave., Hastings
Summer Market resumes with longer hours.
Saturday, July 30 & Sunday, July 31 from 1pm - 4pm
Family Studio [link]
Hudson River Museum, Yonkers
Art Projects and Science Projects, visit their site for details.
Creative activities weekends inspired by the Museum's collections and exhibitions, led by Junior Docents and art and science professionals. Ages 7+, can be adapted for younger children.
Saturday, July 30 from 4pm - 8pm
Front Porch Jamboree & Potluck Picnic [link]
Dobbs Ferry Historical Society, 12 Elm Street

Join us on the lawn of the Dobbs Ferry Historical Society for the Common Ground Front Porch Jamboree and Potluck Picnic. Featuring live music by: Radoslav Lorkovic, Andrea Asprelli and Abby Hollander, Greetings from Anywhere, Eric Lee and Jacob Bernz. Bring the kids, pack a picnic (and something to share at the potluck table), and help us celebrate a mid-summers eve in style.
4:05-4:30 Open Public Jam
4:35-5:00 Jacob Bernz
5:05-5:35 Greetings from Anywhere
5:40-6:10 Eric Lee
6:15-6:55 Abby Hollander & Andrea Asprelli
7:00-8:00 Radoslav Lorkovic
Saturday, July 30 @ 8pm
Singin’ in the Rain [link]
Hudson River Museum Amphitheater

From silent to sound production for a film company. Not rated. 1 hr 43 min


Sunday, July 31 from 9am - 1:30pm
Irvington Farmers Market [link]
Main Street School, Irvington
Find out more about the market at irvmkt.org.
Sundays, July 31, August 7, 21
Cultural Heritage Festivals:
Irish-American [link]

Ridge Road Park, Hartsdale
Experience a variety of cultures from around the world this summer without leaving Westchester County during the annual Cultural Heritage Celebrations held in county parks. Festivals will be held rain or shine. Seating is informal; bring blankets or folding chairs for seating on the lawn. All festivals are sponsored by Westchester County Parks.
Sunday, July 31 from 1pm – 5:30pm: Irish-American - Ridge Road Park, Hartsdale
Sunday, Aug. 7 from 11:30am – 6:30pm: Heritage of India - Kensico Dam Plaza, Valhalla
Sunday, Aug. 21 from 12noon – 6pm: Jewish - Kensico Dam Plaza, Valhalla
Sunday, July 31 from 1pm - 4pm
Family Studio [link]
Hudson River Museum, Yonkers
Art Projects and Science Projects, visit their site for details.
Creative activities weekends inspired by the Museum's collections and exhibitions, led by Junior Docents and art and science professionals. Ages 7+, can be adapted for younger children.
Sunday, July 31 @ 8pm
Summer Dance Party with
KC and The Sunshine Band [link]

Ridgefield Playhouse
Put on your "Boogie Shoes" and get ready to "Shake Your Booty" at our Summer '70s Dance Party with KC and the Sunshine Band playing their greatest hits "Get Down Tonight," "That's The Way (I Like It)", "I'm Your Boogie Man," "Keep it Comin' Love," "Shake Your Booty" and more!
· Free 70s themed food in the lobby!
· Retro drinks available at the bar!
· Best 70s outfit wins a prize!

Monday, August 1 - 4
Summer Camp Lineup: "Karate Kid" [link]

Alamo Drafthouse
The line-up will be as follows:
Karate Kid (1984) - 8/1-4
Shaun The Sheep - 8/8-11
The Lego Movie - 8/15-18
The Dark Crystal - 8/22-26
Iron Giant – 8/29-9/1
The "choose-your-own-ticket price" model ranges from $1 to $3 per person, with 100% of ticket sales donated to local nonprofits. This allows for tickets to be purchased online, in advance with reserved seating. So, families can have summer fun while also helping their communities.
Kids Camp screenings are open to ages 3 and up. Please, no infants (parents, check out Baby Day screenings instead). All children must be accompanied by an adult. Our regular "No Talking" policy is still in effect, so noisy families may be asked to leave.
Monday, August 1 @ 7:30pm
Sounds of Summer:
New Music Documentaries [link]

Jacob Burns, Pleasantville
Pianists Street (La Calle de los Pianistas), Monday, Aug. 1 at 7:30
The Winding Stream: The Carters, the Cashes and the Course of Country Music, Thursday, Aug. 4 at 7:45, followed by a live performance by The Shovel Ready String Band
Stop Making Sense, Friday, Aug. 5 at 9:30
Landfill Harmonic, Tuesday, Aug. 9 at 7:45
Purple Rain, Aug. 12, 16
Vince Giordano: There's a Future in the Past, Thursday, Aug. 11 at 7:45, followed by a Q&A with Vince Giordano, filmmakers Amber Edwards and Dave Davidson, and WFUV's Rich Conaty
Breaking a Monster, Monday, Aug. 15 at 7:30
A Song for You: The Austin City Limits Story, Wednesday, Aug. 17 at 7:30
Shut Up and Play the Hits: The Very Loud Ending of LCD Soundsystem, Friday, Aug. 19 at 9:45
Station to Station, Wednesday, Aug. 24 at 7:45
Syl Johnson: Any Way the Wind Blows, Thursday, Aug. 25 at 7:30

Tuesday, August 2 - 4
Summer Camp Lineup: "Karate Kid" [link]

Alamo Drafthouse
The line-up will be as follows:
Karate Kid (1984) - 8/1-4
Shaun The Sheep - 8/8-11
The Lego Movie - 8/15-18
The Dark Crystal - 8/22-26
Iron Giant – 8/29-9/1
The "choose-your-own-ticket price" model ranges from $1 to $3 per person, with 100% of ticket sales donated to local nonprofits. This allows for tickets to be purchased online, in advance with reserved seating. So, families can have summer fun while also helping their communities.
Kids Camp screenings are open to ages 3 and up. Please, no infants (parents, check out Baby Day screenings instead). All children must be accompanied by an adult. Our regular "No Talking" policy is still in effect, so noisy families may be asked to leave.

Wednesday, August 3 & 4
Summer Camp Lineup: "Karate Kid" [link]

Alamo Drafthouse
The line-up will be as follows:
Karate Kid (1984) - 8/1-4
Shaun The Sheep - 8/8-11
The Lego Movie - 8/15-18
The Dark Crystal - 8/22-26
Iron Giant – 8/29-9/1
The "choose-your-own-ticket price" model ranges from $1 to $3 per person, with 100% of ticket sales donated to local nonprofits. This allows for tickets to be purchased online, in advance with reserved seating. So, families can have summer fun while also helping their communities.
Kids Camp screenings are open to ages 3 and up. Please, no infants (parents, check out Baby Day screenings instead). All children must be accompanied by an adult. Our regular "No Talking" policy is still in effect, so noisy families may be asked to leave.
through August 24 from 6:30-8pm
Jazz Forum Arts – 17th Annual Dobbs Ferry Summer Music Series [link]
Dobbs Ferry Waterfront
Ten Free Wednesday Evening Concerts at Waterfront Park, foot of High Street, Dobbs Ferry. Indoors at Hudson Social) info: 914-631-1000
8/3: Tessa Souter Quartet
8/10: The New York Jazz Exchange
8/17: Tony Jefferson & Groovocity
8/24: Mike Freeman Zona Vibe

Thursday, August 4
Summer Camp Lineup: "Karate Kid" [link]

Alamo Drafthouse
The line-up will be as follows:
Karate Kid (1984) - 8/1-4
Shaun The Sheep - 8/8-11
The Lego Movie - 8/15-18
The Dark Crystal - 8/22-26
Iron Giant – 8/29-9/1
The "choose-your-own-ticket price" model ranges from $1 to $3 per person, with 100% of ticket sales donated to local nonprofits. This allows for tickets to be purchased online, in advance with reserved seating. So, families can have summer fun while also helping their communities.
Kids Camp screenings are open to ages 3 and up. Please, no infants (parents, check out Baby Day screenings instead). All children must be accompanied by an adult. Our regular "No Talking" policy is still in effect, so noisy families may be asked to leave.
Thursday, August 4
7th Annual Sunset Jazz:
Ray Blue Organ Quartet [link]
Lyndhurst, 635 South Broadway, Tarrytown
Eight Free Thursday Evening Concerts (July 7 – August 25, cancelled by 3pm if rain)
8/4: Ray Blue Organ Quartet
8/11: Nelson Riveros Quartet
8/18: Stephanie Chou Project
8/25: Zoila Pianista Latin Jazz Group
Thursdays, August 4 & 11 @ 7pm
2016 William L. Carter Summer Jazz Series

Yosemite Park, behind TDYCC, White Plains
The Theodore D. Young Community Center (TDYCC) is proud to announce the lineup for the "2016 WILLIAM L. CARTER SUMMER JAZZ SERIES," beginning July 7th at Yosemite Park, located directly behind the TDYCC facility at 32 Manhattan Avenue, White Plains, NY. The FREE series fuses contemporary jazz with urban accents and features a variety of incredibly talented Jazz and R&B artists. Complete with great food, dance space, specialty vendors and a children’s playground along with a sprinkler pad, the Thursday evening series offers FREE summer fun for the entire family. A chair and musical spirit is all you will need for an enjoyable evening featuring:
August 4: Marcus Machado ft. Bilal & Friends (EWF Tribute), "the most notable guitarists from the next generation," and Rolling Stone Magazine’s "Next Young Gun", Machado blends jazz, funk, and rock along with Grammy Award Winner, Bilal, and will prove to be an unforgettable tribute to the "Elements";
August 11: The Angela Johnson Band with a Special Guest, will perform to close out the series.

Friday, August 5 @ 6:30pm
Jazz Forum Arts – Free Summer Concerts
Sunset Jazz

Pierson Park, Tarrytown
See complete Schedule of all 34 Concerts at jazzforumarts.org
Eight Free Friday Evening Concerts at the Hudson River (July 8 – August 26, indoors in new Recreation Center on site if rain)
8/5: Charged Particles feat. Paul McCandless
8/12: Audrey Silver Quintet
8/19: Danny Mixon Quartet Birthday Celebration!
8/26: Jazz Forum Arts Vocal Winners!
Friday, August 5 @ 9pm
War [link]
Paramont Hudson Valley

An American Original; WAR was the first and most successful musical crossover phenomenon that forever fused rock, jazz, Latin, and R&B, while transcending racial and cultural barriers with a multi-ethnic line-up; a musical melting pot and an enduring influence that has sold nearly 50 million records to date. Today, WAR is a permanent part of America's pop cultural landscape. A touring act that performs 150 shows a year and whose catalogue of timeless hits permeates our everyday lives.

Friday, August 5 @ 9:30pm
Sounds of Summer: New Music Documentaries – "Stop Making Sense" [link]

Jacob Burns, Pleasantville
Schedule:

Landfill Harmonic, Tuesday, Aug. 9 at 7:45
Purple Rain, Aug. 12, 16
Vince Giordano: There's a Future in the Past, Thursday, Aug. 11 at 7:45, followed by a Q&A with Vince Giordano, filmmakers Amber Edwards and Dave Davidson, and WFUV's Rich Conaty
Breaking a Monster, Monday, Aug. 15 at 7:30
A Song for You: The Austin City Limits Story, Wednesday, Aug. 17 at 7:30
Shut Up and Play the Hits: The Very Loud Ending of LCD Soundsystem, Friday, Aug. 19 at 9:45
Station to Station, Wednesday, Aug. 24 at 7:45
Syl Johnson: Any Way the Wind Blows, Thursday, Aug. 25 at 7:30

Friday, August 5 & Saturday, August 6 @ 8pm
Gaida 8/5 & Macbeth 8/6 [link]
Amphitheater, Hudson River Museum
Gaida: Syrian vocalist Gaida and her world class band performing their upbeat and soulful melodies featuring the ecstatic belly dancing group, Cleopatra.
Macbeth: What do the Three Witches think of the Scots Noble who would be King? New life for an old favorite by Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival's all-woman cast.
• FREE shows on Friday and Saturday Nights at 8 pm. Doors open at 7:30 pm. FREE parking at JFK Marina and Trevor Park, Yonkers, off Warburton Avenue and JFK Memorial Drive, 1 block north of the Museum.
• Museum, next door, open Friday and Saturday Nights FREE from 5 to 8 pm with a FREE Planetarium Show Friday and Saturday evenings at 7 pm from July 1 - September 3.

Saturday, August 6 from 8:30am - 1:30pm
Hastings Farmers Market [link]
Outside at the Library Lot, 7 Maple Ave., Hastings
Summer Market resumes with longer hours.
Saturday, August 6 from 8:30am - 2pm
Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow Farmers Market – The TaSH [link]
Patriot's Park, Tarrytown
Shop for healthy, farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, cheeses, breads  and other goodies. Grab a bite to eat while you’re there. Stay for the music, the kids activities and visit with your neighbors.
Saturday, August 6 @ 8pm
Dead on Live [link]
Paramont Hudson Valley

Dead On Live celebrates the life and music of the Grateful Dead's spiritual leader Jerry Garcia, by presenting an evening of music that digs deep into to his incredible, stylistically-diverse career. From his bluegrass roots, psychedelic 60s, to his amazing artistic development of the 70's, both as a songwriter and musician, DOL pays tribute to his legacy, taking you on a sonic journey that faithfully recreates the touch and tone, the heart and soul of this American music icon.
Saturday, August 6 @ 8pm
Macbeth [link]
Amphitheater, Hudson River Museum
Macbeth: What do the Three Witches think of the Scots Noble who would be King? New life for an old favorite by Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival's all-woman cast.
• FREE shows on Friday and Saturday Nights at 8 pm. Doors open at 7:30 pm. FREE parking at JFK Marina and Trevor Park, Yonkers, off Warburton Avenue and JFK Memorial Drive, 1 block north of the Museum.
• Museum, next door, open Friday and Saturday Nights FREE from 5 to 8 pm with a FREE Planetarium Show Friday and Saturday evenings at 7 pm from July 1 - September 3.


Sunday, August 7 from 9am - 1:30pm
Irvington Farmers Market [link]
Main Street School, Irvington
Find out more about the market at irvmkt.org.
Sundays, August 7 & 21
Cultural Heritage Festivals:
Heritage of India [link]

Kensico Dam Plaza, Valhalla
Experience a variety of cultures from around the world this summer without leaving Westchester County during the annual Cultural Heritage Celebrations held in county parks. Festivals will be held rain or shine. Seating is informal; bring blankets or folding chairs for seating on the lawn. All festivals are sponsored by Westchester County Parks.
Sunday, Aug. 7 from 11:30am – 6:30pm: Heritage of India - Kensico Dam Plaza, Valhalla
Sunday, Aug. 21 from 12noon – 6pm: Jewish - Kensico Dam Plaza, Valhalla
Sunday, August 7 @ 1pm
Dobbs Ferry 11th Annual
Road to Freedom Walk flyer

Walk from Gould Park to Meade House

Download the flyer to see the schedule of events. Event is free.
 
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Jazz Forum Arts 2016
Free Summer Concerts
31st Anniversary Season!

All Concerts 6:30-8pm
info: 914-631-1000 ww.jazzforumarts.org

17th Annual Dobbs Ferry
Summer Music Series

Ten Free Wednesday Evening Concerts at Waterfront Park, foot of High Street, Dobbs Ferry, June 22 – Aug. 24. In the event of rain, the concerts move indoors to Hudson Social.
8/3: Tessa Souter Quartet
8/10: The New York Jazz Exchange
8/17: Tony Jefferson & Groovocity
8/24: Mike Freeman Zona Vibe

7th Annual Sunset Jazz at
Lyndhurst Concert Series

635 South Broadway, Tarrytown, NY
Eight Free Thursday Evening Concerts (July 7 – August 25, cancelled by 3pm if rain)
7/28: Django Festival All-Stars
8/4: Ray Blue Organ Quartet
8/11: Nelson Riveros Quartet
8/18: Stephanie Chou Project
8/25: Zoila Pianista Latin Jazz Group

Jazz at Pierson Park, Tarrytown
West Main Street, Tarrytown, NY
Eight Free Friday Evening Concerts at the Hudson River (July 8 – August 26, indoors in new Recreation Center on site if rain)
7/29: Joanna Wallfisch Group
8/5: Charged Particles feat. Paul McCandless
8/12: Audrey Silver Quintet
8/19: Danny Mixon Quartet Birthday Celebration!
8/26: Jazz Forum Arts Vocal Winners!

Jazz at Horan's Landing Park
9 River Street, Sleepy Hollow, NY
4 Tuesday Evening Concerts (August 2 – 23, cancelled if rain)
Mark Morganelli & The Jazz Forum All-Stars


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Hudson Valley
Shakespeare Festival – 2016

July Calendar: [link]
August Calendar: [link]
Measure for Measure
As You Like It
Macbeth
So Please You
Our Town

With its breathtaking views of the Hudson River, Boscobel provides the perfect setting for the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival’s 30th Anniversary summer season. For three decades HVSF has brought world-class performance to the Hudson Highlands as the only professional Shakespeare company in the region.


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River Explorers @ The Beczak
download flyer
to learn more about family seining and hands-on nature programs. Presented by Sarah LAwrence College Center fo rthe Urban River at Beczak

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River Riders—
Paddle Free with YPRC

—runs weekly through September 1: Thursdays, 4:00 – 7:00, at JFK Marina and Park in northern Yonkers.
New this season: stand up paddle boarding as well as kayaking. Yonkers Paddling & Rowing Club (YPRC) provides all equipment including life Jackets and paddles. YPRC also provides safety- trained volunteers on and off the water in a protected cove at JFK Marina to make sure that every participant is safe and has a rewarding experience on the water. Walk-ins welcome. More at [link] Groups over eight individuals should register at [link]. For additional information contact riverriders2016@gmail.com

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2016 William L. Carter
Summer Jazz Series

Yosemite Park, behind TDYCC, White Plains, Thursdays @ 7pm
The Theodore D. Young Community Center (TDYCC) is proud to announce the lineup for the "2016 WILLIAM L. CARTER SUMMER JAZZ SERIES," beginning July 7th at Yosemite Park, located directly behind the TDYCC facility at 32 Manhattan Avenue, White Plains, NY. The FREE series fuses contemporary jazz with urban accents and features a variety of incredibly talented Jazz and R&B artists. Complete with great food, dance space, specialty vendors and a children’s playground along with a sprinkler pad, the Thursday evening series offers FREE summer fun for the entire family. A chair and musical spirit is all you will need for an enjoyable evening featuring:
July 28: Tribute band, Forever Ray, honors the music of Ray Charles with their jazzy blend of his greatest hits;
August 4: Marcus Machado ft. Bilal & Friends (EWF Tribute), "the most notable guitarists from the next generation," and Rolling Stone Magazine’s "Next Young Gun", Machado blends jazz, funk, and rock along with Grammy Award Winner, Bilal, and will prove to be an unforgettable tribute to the "Elements";
August 11: The Angela Johnson Band with a Special Guest, will perform to close out the series.

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Friday Night Jazz, Blues
& More [link]

6:30pm - 8pm, rain or shine
Yonkers Warterfront Amphitheatre

download flyer for details

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Summer Camp Lineup
Alamo Drafthouse [link]

The line-up will be as follows:
Babe - 7/25-28
Karate Kid (1984) - 8/1-4
Shaun The Sheep - 8/8-11
The Lego Movie - 8/15-18
The Dark Crystal - 8/22-26
Iron Giant – 8/29-9/1

The "choose-your-own-ticket price" model ranges from $1 to $3 per person, with 100% of ticket sales donated to local nonprofits. This allows for tickets to be purchased online, in advance with reserved seating. So, families can have summer fun while also helping their communities.
Kids Camp screenings are open to ages 3 and up. Please, no infants (parents, check out Baby Day screenings instead). All children must be accompanied by an adult. Our regular "No Talking" policy is still in effect, so noisy families may be asked to leave.

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"Tongue in Cheek"
The Inflatable Art of Jimmy Kuehnle [link]

through Sept 18, Hudson River Museum
It's not marble, it's not bronze, but it is sculpture ─ bright and bouncing. Jimmy Kuehnle's inflatables are exciting art form and witty commentary on our interests and enthusiasms.
This summer, Kuehnle's inflatables invade the Hudson River Museum's limestone Victorian home, Glenview, and the Brutalist concrete spaces in its modern wing, mushrooming in the galleries. The sculptor, who at times can be found inside his huge and popular costumes inflated by 12-volt motor blowers, says, When you're inside an inflatable, the lack of 90-degree angles and natural architectural forms makes for a surreal experience.


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Sounds of Summer
New Music Documentaries
Jacob Burns, Pleasantville [link]
through August 25
Pianists Street (La Calle de los Pianistas), Monday, Aug. 1 at 7:30
The Winding Stream: The Carters, the Cashes and the Course of Country Music, Thursday, Aug. 4 at 7:45, followed by a live performance by The Shovel Ready String Band
Stop Making Sense, Friday, Aug. 5 at 9:30
Landfill Harmonic, Tuesday, Aug. 9 at 7:45
Purple Rain, Aug. 12, 16
Vince Giordano: There's a Future in the Past, Thursday, Aug. 11 at 7:45, followed by a Q&A with Vince Giordano, filmmakers Amber Edwards and Dave Davidson, and WFUV's Rich Conaty
Breaking a Monster, Monday, Aug. 15 at 7:30
A Song for You: The Austin City Limits Story, Wednesday, Aug. 17 at 7:30
Shut Up and Play the Hits: The Very Loud Ending of LCD Soundsystem, Friday, Aug. 19 at 9:45
Station to Station, Wednesday, Aug. 24 at 7:45
Syl Johnson: Any Way the Wind Blows, Thursday, Aug. 25 at 7:30


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Wednesdays at Winstons
Winston Restaurant in Mount Kisco has launched a beautiful, brand new, website this week at WinstonRestaurant.com and has an amazing array of experiences for the public to enjoy this summer on the (indoor/outdoor) rooftop!.

Including Jazz nights with no cover and top notch talent (that play NYC and internationally),
IPA/Craft Beer events, BBQ themes (Southern, Filipino) and more! The regular menu, bar menu, and special Prix Fixe menu are always available in addition to the special themes/prices at designated Wednesdays at Winston events.

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Friday, June 12 @ 8pm
Comedy: The Cure for the Common Core [link] | White Plains Performing Arts

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