through August 1
Off the Page [link] | Blue Door, Yonkers
OFF the PAGE is an exhibit featuring the works of incredible local artists who use their craft to tell colorful and diverse stories about their walk in life. Nothing is more lively than life itself. Come be inspired and support local art by investing in affordable gems that will be on display. Enjoy a live musical performance by Jiidah, live art by Michael Cuomo and refreshments for the occasion. Complimentary beer for the reception is donated by Yonker's brewery. A big acknowledgment goes to them for their donation!
through Sept 6
Emilie Clark: The Delicacy of Decomposition [link] | Katonah Museum of Art
Artist Emilie Clark uses her family's preserved food waste to create installations that retain the quality of old-world still life paintings. As part of a larger collaboration with the Fairfield/Westchester Museum Alliance on the Seven Deadly Sins, the KMA explores the idea of Gluttony – a term expressing excessive self-indulgence as well as over-consumption.
thru September 26
Opening: ENVY: One Sin, Seven Stories,
An Installation by Adrien Broom [link] | Hudson River Museum, Yonkers
Envy, the most corrosive of the seven deadly sins, makes its appearance at the Hudson River Museum from June 6 to September 26, 2015. Envy is interpreted by multimedia artist Adrien Broom in photographs and life-sized scenes from fairy tales, the stories of passion, evil, and redemption that have thrilled us for centuries.
through November 1
Frida Kahlo [link] | New York Botanical Gardens
This blockbuster exhibition is the first to examine Frida Kahlo's keen appreciation for the beauty and variety of the natural world, as evidenced by her home and garden as well as the complex use of plant imagery in her artwork. Featuring a rare display of more than a dozen original Kahlo paintings and works on paper, this limited six-month engagement also reimagines the iconic artist's famed garden and studio at the Casa Azul, her lifelong home in Mexico City. Accompanying events invite visitors to learn about Kahlo's life and enduring cultural influence through music, lectures, Frida al Fresco evenings, Mexican-inspired shopping and dining experiences, and hands-on art activities for kids. As a complement to your visit, use our new mobile guide to see rare photos and footage, listen to expert commentary, and create your own Frida Selfie to share with friends.
thru December 6
Love: The First of the 7 Virtues [link] | Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, 1701 Main Street, Peekskill
In the HVCCA exhibition, love is depicted in all its wonderful variety, whether heterosexual, homosexual, transsexual, or non-sexual. Love is expressed in artworks in which the adoration of nature and animals is as strong and deep as any human bond. Finally, love is observed as memory, offering, shrine, and celebration.
through Friday, August 14
NYC Restaurant Week [link] | All Around NYC
through Sunday, August 2 (follow this link for times [link])
Orange County Fair [link] |
Orange County Fairgrounds, Middletown
through Sunday, August
Ulster County Fair [link] | Ulster County Agricultural Society, Inc.,
249 Libertyville Road,
Gates, buildings and midway open at 10:00 a.m. each day, except Tuesday when gates open at 4:00pm. Gates close at 10:00pm on Tuesday through Thursday, Midnight on Friday and Saturday and 8:00pm on Sunday
Admission – Includes free parking, free entertainment and free rides. Visit their site for details.
Saturday, August 1 @ 7pm,
Sunday, August 2 @ 3pm
The Addams Family, presented by BTC [link] | Andrus on Hudson, 180 Old Bway, Hasstings
This musical comedy features an original story, and it's every father's nightmare. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family - a man her parents have never met. And if that weren't upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he's never done before - keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday's 'normal' boyfriend and his parents.
Sunday, August 2 @ 4:30pm, Festival Finale [link]
2015 Artist-in-Residence [link] | Caramoor
Chamber, Classical Venetian Theater. Riding the wave of her wildly innovative tears become… streams become… at the Park Avenue Armory and subsequent world tour, 2015 Artist-in-Residence Hélène Grimaud brings a hauntingly powerful program of eau-themed favorites to our warm summer stage.
Saturday, August 1 @ 8pm,
Sunday, August 2 @ 2pm,
Thursday, August 6 @ 7:30pm,
Friday, August 7 @ 8pm,
Saturday, August 8 @ 8pm
Guys and Dolls [link] | John S. Whearty Theatre,
Westlake High School,
825 Westlake Drive,
The Mount Pleasant Community Theater presents Guys and Dolls, directed and choreographed by Rose Cremonese-Norton.
Saturday, August 1 from 8:30am - 1:30pm
Hastings Farmers Market [link] | Outside at the Library Lot, 7 Maple Ave., Hastings
Summer Hours: 8:30am to 1:30pm.
Saturday, August 1 from 8:30am - 2pm
Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow
Farmers Market [link] |Patriot's Park, TT
Saturday, August 1 from 8am - 4pm
Hartsdale Farmers Market [link] | Hartsdale Train Station
August 1 - September 27: Saturdays, Sundays & Labor Day Monday from
10am - 7am
New York Renaissance Faire [link] | Tuxedo Park
The Faire is a rollicking romp through Elizabethan England complete with 16th Century games, rides, arts, crafts, food, music and dance - set within the majestic groves of Tuxedo Park, New York.
Saturday, August 1 from 4pm - 9pm
Benefit: Firefly Fest [link] | Common Ground Farm, 4 Hanna Lane, Beacon
A celebration of local chefs, food, music, and art to benefit Common Ground Farm. Tickets are $30 in advance, $40 day-of. Kids 12 and under are free. Ticket includes food from local chefs cooking with local produce and proteins.
Saturday, August 1 @ 8pm
Comedy Night - National Comedy Theater [link] | Hudson River Museum Amphitheater
A high octane comedy show featuring New York's best improv comedians who perform a series of games and scenes the audience picks and decides which team wins. Clean, fast, and funny.
Saturday, August 1 @ 8pm
Suzanne Vega [link] | Caramoor, Katonah
A diarist. A journalist. The most brilliant singer-songwriter of her generation. Suzanne Vega has been called a number of things during her more than three decades of songwriting. A product of the Greenwich Village folk scene of the ’80s, Vega’s poetic depth, vocal purity, and knack for crafting a catchy riff have earned her an eternal spot in the folk-pop canon with songs such as “Tom’s Diner” and “Luka”. With eight highly acclaimed studio albums under her belt – art for the latest, Tales from the Realm of the Queen of Pentacles (2014), features architectural elements from Caramoor – Suzanne Vega brings personal experiences to light with unfailing tact and consistent artistry. Hear this neo-folk icon in her second appearance in the intimate Spanish Courtyard.
Sunday, August 2 from 9am - 2pm
Irvington Farmers Market [link] | Main Street School Parking Lot
Now on Sundays!
Sunday, August 2 from 11:30am - 6:30pm
Cultural Festivals: Heritage of India Festival [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.
• Jewish Music & Arts Festival, Aug. 16, Noon - 6 p.m., Kensico Dam Plaza, Valhalla
Sunday, August 2 @ 5pm
Secret Summer Cinema at The Picture House [link] | The Picture House, Pelham
Come join Marshall Fine this summer for a series of some of the greatest movies you may have missed the first time they came out. Four different movies on Sundays starting at 5pm. Come in, beat the heat, sit down and watch movies curated by one of New York's top film critics! Ffollowed by a discussion and Q&A with the audience.
Wednesday, August 5 from 9am - 3pm (Wed's thru 11/26)
Greenmarket & Tour [link] | New York Botanical Garden (at the base of Library Allée inside the Garden's Mosholu Gate entrance)
For the 14th year, the farmers market continues to bring affordable, locally grown produce and fresh, nutritious baked goods to the Bronx. Heart Smart activities, part of the MetLife Healthy Families Program, made possible through the generous support of MetLife Foundation, will teach visitors how easy it is to lead a heart-healthy lifestyle and improve their cardiovascular health. Visitors can pick up a map that outlines a self-guided, narrated walking tour around the Garden. Participation in each of these activities is free to the public.
Wednesday, August 5 from 4 from 6:30pm - 8pm
16th Annual Dobbs Ferry Summer Music Series [link] | Estherwood Mansion, Masters School, Dobbs Ferry
Ten Free Wednesday Evening Concerts through Aug. 19
August 5 Farnsworth Brothers Sextet
August 12 Vanderlei Pereira & Blindfold Test
August 19 Glenda Davenport & Her Trio
Wednesday, August 5 @ dusk
Movies at Dusk: Cars (G) [link] | Smith Park **, Yonkers
Brave (PG) -
Bregano Park **
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible,
No Good, Very Bad Day (PG) -
Schultze Field **
Looks like rain? Call 377-6450 for info
* Movie titles subject to change
** Bring your own seating and blankets
Thursday, August 6 from 6pm - 8pm (through August 30)
Opening Reception: “Points of View from The Circle” [link] | Upstream Gallery, Hastings
Red Circle PhotoArts presents their next group exhibit at Upstream Gallery in Hastings. The Exhibit features an exciting mix of photography from their members. About Red Circle PhotoArts:
Red Circle PhotoArts is a collective of award winning and critically acclaimed fine art photographers based in the Metro NY and Hudson Valley Region, whose images appear in exhibitions and nationally distributed publications. Galery hours for August Show: Thursdays thru Sundays, 12:30-5:30pm. Check back for speical events through the month.
Thursday, August 6 @ 6:30pm (Thurs Concerts thru Aug 20)
KJ Denhert [link] | City Center, White Plains Summer Concert Series
KJ draws on a beautiful yet gritty voice; consummate musicianship across many styles; and a sharp songwriting pen to swing, rock, and serenade through her R & B, jazz, funk and urban folk songbook.
Thursday, August 6 @ 6:30pm
(and Thursdays through August)
6th Annual Sunset Jazz at Lyndhurst Concert Series [link] | Lyndhurst
Eight Free Thursday Evening Concerts (through August 27, 6:30-8pm). Presented by Jazz Forum Arts.
August 6 Wolff & Clark Expedition
August 13 Shunzo Ohno Group
August 20 Gene Perla Quartet feat. Viktorija Gečytė
August 27 Gilberto "Pulpo" Colon Group – Latin Jazz!
Thursday, August 6 from 7pm - 9pm
Adult Fans of Lego Night [link] | LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester
Calling all Rock Stars!
Sing and Dance your way to Adult Fans of LEGO® Night for Brickchella!
The fun starts at 7pm (last admission is at 7:30pm)! (Event ends at 9pm). Purchase your tickets online for only $15 plus tax
Thursday, August 6 @ 7:30pm
Spuyten Duyvil [link] | The Town Crier, Beacon
On Thursday August 6th, Spuyten Duyvil returns to Beacon with their barn burning road show. The concert will feature their latest release "The Social Music Hour Vol. 1". "Big Sound, Big Drama and Big Groove" (HuffPo).
Friday, August 7 from 6pm - 8pm
First Friday Music + Trolley [link] | Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum, Yonkers
In partnership with the Bronx Music Heritage Center, BPMM presents the Latin jazz sounds of the Ray Martinez Legacy. Known for his melodic and percussive style, Mr. Martinez is considered one of the most gifted and prominent bassist/arranger in the contemporary Latin and Salsa music scenes. Enjoy the music from 6 to 8 p.m., explore the museum, stroll the garden, and savor light refreshments. The trolley makes a continuous hourly loop from the #6 Pelham Bay Park subway station to BPMM to City Island starting at 5:25 p.m.
Friday, August 7 @ 8pm
Grand Funk Railroad [link] | Paramount Hudson Valley, Peekskill
Known as The American Band, the Grand Funk Railroad includes original founding members Don Brewer (vocals and drums, writer and singer of the multi-million selling hit, We're An American Band) and bassist Mel Schacher, aka "The God Of Thunder." Joining Don and Mel are three more true All Stars! Singer Max Carl is a rock veteran from 38 Special.
Friday, August 7 @ 8 pm,
Saturday, August 8 @ 8 pm,
& Sunday, August 9 @ 2 pm
Chess: The Musical [link] | White Plains Performing Arts Center
CHESS, the smash hit rock musical of the 1980s is back in a re-imaged production updated to today's explosive political climate between the United States and the Middle East. In this production of CHESS, the ancient game becomes a metaphor for romantic rivalries, competitive gamesmanship, political power-plays and international intrigues. From one match to another, the players, lovers, politicians, and spies manipulate and are manipulated to the pulse of a monumental rock score by ABBA's Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson, with book by Richard Nelson and Lyrics by Tim Rice.
Friday, August 7 from 6:30pm - 8pm (thru August 28)
Jazz:Marcus Goldhaber Quartet [link] | Pierson Park, Tarrytown
Eight Free Friday Evening Concerts at the Hudson River
August 7 Marcus Goldhaber Quartet
August 14 HAM feat. Jesse Brotter
August 21 Chris Rogers Quintet
August 28 4th Annual Jazz Forum Arts Vocal Jazz Competition Winners Concert, Tyrha Lindsey, Director with Hiroshi Yamazaki Trio
Friday, August 7 from 6:30pm - 8pm (Fridays evenings thru August 28)
Jazz Blues & More @ Dusk [link] | Yonkers Waterfront Amphitheatre
In case of rain, the event is under the Yonkers Pier. FREE. Follow the link for the complete schedule.
Friday, August 7 @ 8pm
Timothy Bloom [link] | Amphitheater @ John F. Kennedy Memorial Drive and Trevor Park, Yonkers
Purpl, Hastings, has partnered with the Hudson River Museum (HRM) to curate their free, Friday Night Music series. Beginning July 10th, join us at the amphitheater at JFK Memorial Drive and Trevor Park in Yonkers, and enjoy an evening of music with friends and family. Influenced by Marvin Gaye, Jimi Hendrix, Bill Withers, and Jeff Buckley, American singer, songwriter, and record producer, Timothy Bloom is making waves throughout the music industry. Entering the music world in a big way, co-writing a pair of songs for Smokey Robinson's 2005 album, this two-time Grammy Award winner has become a recognized solo artist, recently named VH-1 Soul "You Oughta Know Artist." Inspired by the emotions of the human heart, his music defies category and refuses to be put in a box.
Saturday, August 8 from 11am - 6pm
Playland MarketFest [link] | 1 Playland Pkwy, Rye
Join us at Playland Park for a fun-filled day of arts, crafts, food and fun! The MarketFest is located at the Fountain Plaza and along the Boardwalk. Interested in beign a vendor? Visit their website for the application.
Saturday, August 8 from 12pm - 3pm
Grill Harvest [link] | Holbrook Cottage, 1253 Pleasantville Road, Briarcliff Manor
Taste and enjoy the fruits from of our Farm Stand. Bridget will be grillin up a delicous menu.
Get new ideas for your Grill! 12:00 noon till 3:00 PM.
Saturday, August 8 from 2pm - 4pm (through August 28)
Opening Reception: The Geokogy of Light
[link] | Ossining Library Gallery
Robert Pliskin: A Photographic Life in Light & Stone.
Curated by Patrick J. Cicalo & Steve Lingeman.
Saturday, August 8 @ 8pm
An Iliad, presented by Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival [link] | Hudson River Museum Amphitheater
In this OBIE Award-winner the New Times calls “spellbinding …an age-old story that resonates with tragic meaning today,” a Poet unleashes the power of his story about the heroism and horror of war. Written by Lisa Peterson & Denis O'Hare, adapted from Homer's Iliad, and directed by Gaye Taylor.
Saturday, August 8 @ 8pm
Gordon Lightfoot: 50 Years on the Carefree Highway Tour [link] | Paramount Hudson Valley, Peekskill
After 50 active years of hit song-making and international album sales well into the multi-millions, it's safe to say that esteemed singer-songwriter and musician Gordon Lightfoot resides with some very exclusive company atop the list of all-time greats. But this year is special for the legendary artist as he embarks on his 50 Years On The Carefree Highway tour. The tour will feature his well-known hits as well as some deep album cuts for the die-hard fans, all woven together with Lightfoot's own behind the scenes stories and personal anecdotes about his historic 50 year musical career.
Sunday, August 9 from
10am - 4pm (also Sept 13, October 11, November 15)
Hastings Flea [link] |
Metro North Train Parking Lot, Hastings
The Hastings Flea is a specialty outdoor flea market, which takes place in a picturesque setting, overlooking the Hudson River, where curated, local vendors sell unique, authentic, handpicked and handmade items. With live entertainment all day, kids crafts activities and food truck options, Hastings Flea is a destination event for the whole family located at the Hastings-on-Hudson Metro North Commuter Parking Lot. Come visit with top local vendors selling vintage finds, antiques, home goods, comics, crafts, jewelry and more.
Sunday, August 9 @ 7pm
Trace Adkins [link] | Yonkers Raceway
COWBOY'S BACK IN TOWN Trace Adkins continues to conquer new worlds. He has long been country music's alpha male, a man whose commanding presence and once-in-ageneration baritone have made him a pillar of the contemporary Nashville sound. But such are his other gifts-a restless intellect, wide-ranging interests, great ability as a communicator-that it was perhaps inevitable that his influence would spread well beyond the bounds of the genre.
Monday, August 10 @ 7pm
FREE Outdoor Movies: Maleficent [link] |
Ridge Hill, Yonkers
With Spring in the air, Ridge Hill is starting the planning for those summer days – and summer nights. Mark your calendars and get your beach chairs and blankets ready to celebrate the summer at Ridge Hill with Movie Mondays. This FREE, family-friendly film series will be held at 7pm.
Thursday, August 13 from 12pm - 2pm (also August 20 and August 27)
Colonial Game Days [link] | Philipse Manor Hall State Historic Site, 29 Warburton Ave, Yonkers
Most kids may finish up school by the end of June, but that doesn’t mean they need to spend their summer plopped down inside! The staff members of Philipse Manor Hall State Historic Site invite children to see and experience some of the ways that leisure time was spent by children their own age over 200 years ago! For information or questions, please call Philipse Manor Hall's Public Programs Coordinator, Robert Lee at (914) 965-4027 x102.
Thursday, August 13 @ 6:30pm (Thurs Concerts thru Aug 20)
Spanglish Fly [link] | City Center, White Plains Summer Concert Series
Listen and dance to Spanglish Fly, an 11 piece band that has been tabbed by the Wall Street Journal as "champions of the music" known as Boogaloo, an R & B, Soul and Latin brew.
Thursday, August 13 from 6:30pm - 8pm
"Let's Swing!" at The Westchester! [link] | The Westchester Mall
"Doo-ah doo-ah doo-ah doo-ah!" Music Conservatory of Westchester will bring some toe tappin' music to The Westchester Mall
Friday, August 14 @ 8pm
Osekre [link] | Amphitheater @ John F. Kennedy Memorial Drive and Trevor Park, Yonkers
Purpl, Hastings, has partnered with the Hudson River Museum (HRM) to curate their free, Friday Night Music series. Beginning July 10th, join us at the amphitheater at JFK Memorial Drive and Trevor Park in Yonkers, and enjoy an evening of music with friends and family. Osekre has been playing his distinct hybrid of Afropop and ska, punk, and reggae, cultivating an avid following on the New York music scene. As one critic remarked "this Afro-indie band can't be pinned to any one genre but instead transcends all, with lyrical and reflective beats. The band "turns local sounds global and brings global sounds local" with its clear African influence, but its sound goes beyond this, creating a universal funk that anyone would want to jam to."
Saturday, August 15 from 9am - 1pm (also September 19, October 17 & November 21)
Chappaqua Flea Market [link] | Chappaqua Train Station Lot
The Chappaqua Flea begins May 16th and is a festive, curated outdoor market featuring local vendors on the third Saturday of every month from May to Nov of 2015.
Saturday, August 15 & Sunday, August 16 from 10am - 5pm, rain or shine
45th Fine Arts Crafts Fair [link] | Garrison Art Center
The Fair offers a truly exquisite spot to shop and is a premier event in the Hudson Valley for collectors of hand-made traditional and alternative craft and for those looking for the unique gift. An intimate Fair featuring 80 juried artists participate with furniture, photography, jewelry, gourmet food, glass items, fashionable clothing, fine art, ceramics, wooden utensils, tableware, and more.
Saturday, August 15 @ 8pm
Movie Night: Raiders of the Lost Ark [link] | Hudson River Museum Amphitheater
Archaeologist Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) is hired by the U..S government to find the Ark of the Covenant before the Nazis do. From wandering the snake pits of the Well of Souls to surviving the pyrotechnic unearthing of the sacred Ark, a joint project of Hollywood prodigies George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, this movie is a thrill ride.
Saturday, August 15 @ 8pm
Todd Rundgren - Global Tour 2015 [link] | Tarrytown Music Hall
A Music Hall/Music Without Borders Co-presentation, Supported by The Peak. As a songwriter, video pioneer, producer, recording artist, computer software developer, conceptualist, and interactive artist, Todd Rundgren has made a lasting impact on both the form and content of popular music. Among his myriad of hits are "Hello It's Me", "I Saw the Light", "Can We Still be Friends", "We Gotta Get You A Woman", "Open My Eyes", and "Bang the Drum" (the latter a mainstay on ESPN and in television commercials).
Sunday, August 16 from 9am - 4pm
Antique Car Show [link] | Montgomery Place,
55 Gardeners Way,
Antique cars will be tooling around the grounds of Montgomery Place at this special event that will delight automobile enthusiasts of all ages.
Sunday, August 16 @ 7pm
Lynyrd Skynyrd [link] | Yonkers Raceway
Thursday, August 20 @ 6:30pm
Session Americana [link] | City Center, White Plains Summer Concert Series
Their concerts are raucous foot stomping affairs — full of "Folk's honesty and Rock's urgency" (Boston Globe), a who's who of the New England Roots music scene — that somehow maintain the intimacy of a concert performed in your own living room.
Friday, August 21 from 5pm - 9pm
Tarrytown Third Friday [link] | Main Street
Check back for details.
Friday, August 21 @ 8pm
Yonkers Community Music Showcase [link] | Hudson River Museum Amphitheater
Performers from the area — song, dance, drama, and spoken word.
Friday, August 21 @ 8pm
Jazz is Dead Reunion - A Jazz Exploration of the Grateful Dead [link] | Tarrytown Music Hall
A Music Hall/Music Without Borders Co-presentation.
Jazz Is Dead, "Explorations Into the Music of Grateful Dead" embarks from the compass point of Garcia and company's most complex and audacious material, culled from many periods of their storied history. From there, the musical heading is unknown ... each performance, promising inspired improvisation and new discovery ... crafted by a line-up of stellar players including Alphonso Johnson/bass (Further, Bobby & The Midnights, Weather Report), Jeff Pevar/guitar (Phil & Friends, CSN, Ray Charles), Rod Morgenstein/drums (6 time Grammy nominee from Dixie Dregs), Tom Constanten/piano (Grateful Dead 1968-1971), Chris Smith/keyboards (Jefferson Starship, The Supremes).
Saturday, August 22 @ 8pm
Hudson Valley Shakespeare presents The Tempest [link] | Hudson River Museum Amphitheater
A storm and a shipwreck challenges Shakespeare’s famous sorcerer Prospero in this 90-minute version of Shakespeare’s The Tempest, created by Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival’s Conservatory Company, directed by Jim Calder. All ages.
Tuesday, August 25 - Sunday, August 30 from
10am - 10pm
Dutchess County Fair [link] | Dutchess County Fairgrounds, Rt 9, Rhinebeck
For six days each August, the bucolic fairgrounds on Route 9 in Rhinebeck plays host to nearly half a million patrons. The second largest county fair in New York State is the showplace for agriculture in Dutchess County. Over 144 acres of finely manicured gardens and grass create the beautiful setting for thousands of farm animals, agricultural exhibits and horticultural displays.
Friday, August 28 @ 8pm
Tito Nieves [link] | Paramount Hudson Valley, Peekskill
The celebrated Salsa Legend brings the heat to the Paramount Theater! Born in Puerto Rico but raised in the U.S., Tito Nieves (born Humberto Nieves) began his career while participating in Cimarron, a New York-based orchestra. He then teamed up with Héctor Lavoe in 1977 and joined Conjunto Clásico soon after. Tito Nieves decided to start his solo career in 1986, setting himself apart by singing salsa in English. Among his key albums are 1988′s Classic, 1989′s Yo Quiero Cantar, 2004′s Fabricando Fantasias, and 2006′s Hoy, Manana y Siempre. He became a chart-topper in 1997 with the songs "I Like It Like That" and "I'll Always Love You."
Friday, August 28 @ 8:30pm
Movie Under the Stars:The Lego Movie [link]|
Philipse Manor Hall, 29 Warburton Ave,. Yonkers
Guests are encouraged to bring their own refreshments and a blanket or chair if they prefer to not sit in the grass.
For information or questions on the movie series and other events, please call Philipse Manor Hall's Public Programs Coordinator, Robert Lee at (914) 965-4027 x102.
August 27 - August 30
Hudson Valley Jazz Festival [link] | Visit the website for schedule & locations
Our mission remains to highlight local Hudson Valley jazz artists along side more recognized names in the jazz world. Since 2010 we've been graced by the talents of so many wonderful players in the area. For 2015 our goal is to feature several new Hudson Valley area jazz musicians who haven't been part of the series.
Saturday, September 5, Sunday, September 6, & Monday, September 7
CORNucopia [link] | Philipsburg Manor,
381 N. Broadway,
Feast on a bounty of corn-centric delicacies and take part in a bevy of hands-on, corn-related activities at the Lower Hudson Valley's only corn festival.
Sunday, September 6 from
10am - 4pm (Also on 11/29)
New York Metro Reptile Show [link] | Westchester County Center
Thousands of live pet reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates on display and for sale. Books, supplies, cages, and more! 200 + vendor tables. Buy breeder direct and save! Sorry, no personal pets allowed. All children must be accompanied by an adult over 21.
Friday, September 11 from 7:30pm - 11pm (also on 10/9, 11/13, & 12/11)
Open Mic [link] | Purpl, Hastings
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! Two songs per artist, limit of three musicians per act. One cover per set is allowed (we love to hear your origina ls!) Adults and teens welcome. To keep the flow of the event, no drum sets, amps or electric keys are allowed. Grand piano and a guitar amp are available and hand drums are ok.
Friday, September 11 @ 8pm
"Big Shot" - Playing The Music of Billy Joel [link] | Tarrytown Music Hall
A Music Hall/Music Without Borders Co-presentation.
Mike DelGuidice & Big Shot perform all of Billy Joel's greatest hits and lesser knows tracks and deep cuts from the music legend's iconic catalogue. Billy Joel hired Mike DelGuidice to join his band for all his shows including all of Billy Joel's iconic Madison Square Garden dates. When performing Billy Joel's music, Mike is a dead ringer sound alike. He even had Billy himself fooled. The true Billy Joel fan will be blown away after experiencing Big Shot live. On any given night they will also astonish you with songs in their set from other artists like, Paul McCartney, Elton John, The Beatles, Journey, some others and songs from Michael's original CDs.
Saturday, September 12 from 12pm - 4pm
23rd Yonkers Riverfest [link] | Yonkers Waterfront
Every year, more than 25,000 people gather by the Hudson River in Downtown Yonkers to eat, listen to music, and learn about new products and causes. This year on September 12th starting at noon, thousands of people of all ages will have the opportunity to enjoy some exciting new features as part of the 23rd Yonkers Riverfest, a free festival sponsored by The Yonkers Downtown BID, the City of Yonkers and Domino Sugar. It is one of the largest family-friendly gatherings in Westchester County.
Saturday, September 12 from 8pm - 10pm
Shawn Colvin [link] | Purpl, Hastings
For decades, singer-songwriter Shawn Colvin has shared her personal trials and tribulations through her beloved music. Not one to shy away from the truth, her music gleams with honesty, only to be softened by her own sense of humor. Her songs of "craft and catharsis" have become closely held treasures to her loyal following and are evidence enough of why she has remained a singular and enduring talent and icon of contemporary folk.
Sunday, September 13 from 10am - 2pm (also on
September 20 & 27)
Bicycle Sundays [link] | Bronx River Parkway
Starts this Sunday --the 41st year! During Bicycle Sundays, a portion of the Bronx River Parkway is closed to cars for the exclusive use of bicyclists, joggers, walkers, scooters and strollers. The course runs from the Westchester County Center in White Plains, south to Scarsdale Road in Yonkers, a round-trip of 13.1 miles. There are many points of entry and exit along the way. Parking is available at the County Center lot in White Plains for a fee of $7.
Thursday, September 17 @ 7:30pm
The Jacksons [link] | Westchester County Center
Grammy-winners The Jacksons with special guests The Temptations Review featuring Dennis Edwards will perform on stage as The Legends of Motown. Refreshments will be available for purchase.
Saturday, September 19
SOWE Festival [link] | Harbor Island Park, Mamaroneck
The SOWE 2015 Music Festival, produced in association with 107.1 The Peak, features a lineup of top national and regional artists, performing on multiple stages, presenting a wide variety of world class rock, folk, alternate, and indie bands. Artists scheduled to perform include: Marc Cohn, David Johansen, Shawn Mullins, Willie Nile, Cheerleaders, Steve Forbert, Andrew Belle, Joe D'urso & Stone Caravan, HeyDaze, Third Story, and East Love. Many more artists will be added in the next few weeks. Check our web site www.sowemusicfestival.com for an updated schedule, ticket information, parking, FAQ, etc. Tickets are on sale now.
Friday, October 2 from 10am - 5pm,
Saturday, October 3 from 10am - 6pm, &
Sunday, October 4 from 10am - 5pm
Rhinebeck Arts Festival [link] | 6550 Spring Brook Ave,
The first weekend of October see 200 of America's best independent artists and craftspeople in the heart of the beautiful Hudson Valley along with great live music, specialty food and family activities.
Sunday, October 25
11th Annual 5K Lindsey Run/Walk [link] | Purchase College
This annual community event supports the programs of PEACE OUTside Campus, The Lindsey M. Bonistall Foundation. The Foundation was created in memory of Lindsey M. Bonistall, who was a sophomore at the University of Delaware when she became the victim of a violent crime that took her life.
Saturday, October 31 from 10am - 6pm & Sunday, November 1 from 10am - 5pm
Crafts at Purchase [link] | Purchase College
Crafts at Purchase is our boutique fine craft event, set creatively on the stage and in the lobbies of the award winning Performing Arts Center at Purchase College. The show features 100 elite artists and offers the first pick of the most outstanding holiday gifts. In addition, the popular Clay Art Center of Port Chester presents a pop-up show of artists-in-residence and invited artists. A benefit for the The Performing Arts Center.
Tuesday, November 10 @ 8pm
Ian Anderson presents Jethro Tull [link] | Capitol Theatre, Port Chester
Ian Anderson, known throughout the world as the flute and voice behind the legendary Jethro Tull will be performing JETHRO TULL, The Rock Opera. Celebrating the life and times of the English agricultural inventor, the concerts tell the story of the original Jethro Tull's life, reimagined as if in the near future and illustrated with Anderson's best-known songs from the rock band Jethro Tull repertoire. The performance is in a quasi-operatic structure with virtual guests on video and some additional newly-written songs to round off the elements of the story.
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