LAST DAY: Sunday, January 21
All Aboard with Thomas & Friends™ | New York Botanical Garden
Thomas & Friends™ are pulling into the station. Don’t miss the opportunity to meet the Really Useful Engine and get your photo taken. Join Thomas on a fun-filled, sing-along performance, Thomas’ Budding Adventure, where kids will help Thomas discover the steps to grow a beautiful garden! Be sure to bring your camera to capture the special day. Follow the link above for times and details.

Sunday, January 21 @ 12:55pm
Bolshoi Ballet LIVE in HD: Romeo and Juliet | Ridgefield Playhouse
Alexei Ratmansky, former artistic director of the Bolshoi Ballet, stages the company’s premiere of his production with dramatic urgency and a fresh re-telling of Shakespeare’s beloved classic. His brilliant and detailed adaptation set to Prokofiev’s romantic and cinematic score reignites the story of literature’s most celebrated star-crossed lovers like no other classical ballet choreographer today.

Sunday, January 21 @ 2pm
Guys and Dolls | One North Broadway | White Plains
Presented by The Play Group Theatre. Considered to be the perfect musical comedy, this Tony Award winner follows the antics of some small-time gamblers testing their luck on love. Take a delightful musical romp from the heart of Times Square to the cafes of Havana, Cuba. It’s a sure bet the entire family will love Guys and Dolls.

Sunday, January 21 from 2pm–3pm
Robert Kogan & Barbara Podgurski Concert | Greenburgh Library
The French-Russian Connection: Robert Kogan – Cello, Barbara Podgurski – Piano. Those in attendance at last year’s performance in Greenburgh by Kogan and Podgursky were left breathless.  Don’t miss this wonderful and informative performance featuring: Ravel: Habanera, Debussy: Cello Sonata, Stravinsky: Pastoral (arranged for cello and piano by Robert Kogan, Rachmaninoff: Sonata for Cello and Piano.

Sunday, January 21 @ 2pm
Dewey-on-Hudson – Why Time Flies with Alan Burdick | Hastings Library
First talk in the new lecture series, “Dewey-on-Hudson: Scientifically Speaking.” Download the flyer above. More in the series here.

Sunday, January 21 @ 3pm
“Wilderness” | Irvington Town Hall Theater
In Association with Irvington Town Hall Theater, a screening of En Garde Arts production, followed by a Conversation with co-writers Anne Hamburger and Seth Bockley and others. A pulsating multimedia documentary theatre piece that speaks to our collective search for connection and hope, as families survive the extraordinary pressures and complexities that accompany coming of age in 21st Century America. It is anchored by six real families’ stories. Adolescents stand at the brink of emotional chaos, lost in social stigma, insecurity, aggression, and anger. Thoughts race. Emotions fire. Isolation intensifies. One question emerges: how do we persevere when we feel most alone in the world?

Monday, January 22 @ 7pm
Winter Remedies: Homeopathic Medicine for Cold & Flu Season | WarnerLibrary, Tarrytown
Learn about natural remedies from plants, animals, and minerals to stimulate and strengthen the body’s own healing response during the winter months.  Presented by Jennifer Gorndon. Part of Warner Library’s Holistic Medicine Series.

Monday, January 22 @ 7pm
Eat, Drink, Man, Woman | Jacob Burns
Q&A w/ Chef Mogan Anthony with Reception and food tasting. Ang Lee’s award-winning 1994 Taiwanese classic Eat, Drink, Man, Woman takes us on a sumptuous journey into the world of the widowed Master Chef Chu and his three unmarried daughters, who reside together under their father’s watchful eye.  Driven by an exceptional ensemble cast, this charming, unexpected comedy looks at universally complex family dynamics and generational conflicts with nuance and subtlety and features an unforgettable depiction of food as a source of uncompromising pleasure and spiritual nourishment.

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Have you ever heard the story behind a great piece of jewelry? Heirlooms carry a value far greater than the cost of their materials. Alice & Chains Jewelry is a design boutique located in Dobbs Ferry that brings your story to life through jewelry whether that be a statement necklace using grandma’s pearls, re-designing a ring, or creating earrings to match a necklace. Jewelry with a story lives on forever.


Providing unique themed, immersive, interactive tours for adventuresome adults. Visit Travellati Tours and learn about their Local Holiday Excursions...


 

 

 

 

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