through Sunday, October 26
Josefa Mulaire [link] | Donald Gallery, South Presbyterian Church, 343 Bway, Dobbs Ferry
Josefa Mulaire's layered photographs are attempts to capture a month of visual impressions in each image.
through October 30
De-Composition | Library Gallery, Dobbs Ferry Library, Main Street
Statement: Visiting landfills and abandoned sites has become my passion of late. The sight of decay, broken shards of ceramic and glass, worn clothe and wood swollen and splintered with wetness fascinates me in its appearance. The textures and shapes layer with fading color and fractured form, creating a new composition yet leaving a trace of the original form. I find great beauty in that trace.
In these pieces I began with a camera to capture and flatten the scenes. Manipulating the image digitally and then adding ink, paper, glass, pastel, pencil, cloth, thread and wood, I have re-composed the de-composed, creating a new identity for such decay. I have tried to use a lot of repurposed material in composing the decay into some kind of order.
through Friday, October 31
Giant Pumpkin Carving [link] | NYBG, Bronx, NYC
Giant Pumpkin Carving, Live Spooky Nighttime Adventures, and Creepy Creatures in The Haunted Pumpkin Garden.
Pumpkin sculptures of spooky scarecrows, frightening spiders, sneaky snakes, and more await discovery at every turn in the Everett Children's Adventure Garden. The display includes more than 500 intricately carved pumpkins that are sure to capture your youngster's imagination.
thru November 14
Opening Reception: Gordon Fearey- Mountains [link] | Hastings Village Hall
Sculpture, drawings, watercolors, paintings.
Presented by the Village Arts Commission.
Wednesdays from 3:30pm - 7pm
Irvington Farmers Market [link] | Main Street School Parking Lot
Thursday, October 2 from 7pm - 8pm
Second-Act Careers [link] | Hastings Library
How to Profit from Your Passions in Semi-Ritirement. Free workshop by a professional.
Fridays from 10am - 4pm (Fridays thru November 21)
Dobbs Ferry Farmers Market [link] | Cedar Street
Friday, October 3 from 6pm - 8pm
October First Frday: Lucianna Padmore [link] | Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum, Bronx
Drummer, Lucianna Padmore will bring her unique jazz-fusion sound to the museum for the last of the three performances co-sponsored by the Bronx Music Heritage Center. BPMM First Friday! music and trolley will continue monthly on its own through December.
Friday, October 3 @ 8pm
Tito Rojas [link] | Paramount HUdson Valley, Peekskill
Tito Rojas, known as "El Gallo Salsero" was born on June 14, 1955 in Humacao, Puerto Rico. This talented artist has prevailed in the Salsa genre with an upstroke that for more than 36 years has crowned him as one of the monarchs of Salsa, standing in 26 musical productions, more than fifteen of these solo, in which he has surpassed more than one million units sold worldwide.
Friday, October 3 @ 8pm
George Lopez [link] The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester
George Lopez is a multi-talented entertainer whose career encompasses television, film, standup comedy and late-night television. For two seasons, Lopez hosted Lopez Tonight, a late-night television talk show on TBS, which represented Lopez's return to series television after co-creating, writing, producing and starring in Warner Bros. Television's groundbreaking hit sitcom George Lopez, which ran for six seasons on ABC. George Lopez remains a hit with viewers in syndication on both broadcast stations and cable's Nick at Nite, ranking as one of the top-rated shows on the network and among the top five comedies and top 20 weekly programs in syndication. George Lopez is one of only four off-net comedies to post weekly ratings gains among households from the 2007–08 to 2008–09 season.
Saturdays from 8:30am - 1:30pm
Hastings Farmers Market [link] | Hastings Library Parking Lot, Hastings
Saturdays through Thanksgiving!
Saturday, October 4 @ 11am & 2pm
Gem Hunt I & Gem Hunt II [link] | Greenburgh Nature Center
GEM HUNT I (AGES 5-7) @ 11am, GEM HUNT II (AGES 8 & OLDER) @ 2pm
Think rocks are dull and boring? Think again! Discover the treasures of the earth while learning about many local gems and crystals. Each participant receives a geode to take home. Note ages for each session. Members $8, Non-members $12
Saturday, October 4 from 2pm
3rd Annual Hudson Hop and Harvest [link] | Peekskill Riverfront Green Park
Enjoy craft beer, live music, farm to table food, and a farmers market at an event
with free admission, and pay as you go local fare! Featuring live music from Twin Forks, Scars on 45, Mary C & The Stellars, Evan Watson,
The Big Takeover, Rebecca Haviland & Whiskey Heart and more!
Sunday, October 5 @ 11:30am
TEACHING TRAILS: A COMMUNITY PATH FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION [link] | Greenburgh Nature Center
(With Generous Support from CON EDISON) ― Guided Trail Experience through the woodland forest. Discover who left that track, which tree makes the best animal home, or which mushroom make the best dinner. Program runs approximately 45 minutes. FREE!
Sunday, October 5 @ 2pm
ALIEN INVADERS [link] | Greenburgh Nature Center
Come explore some of the most fascinating plant and animal species to ever invade our lawns, lakes, and forests during an engaging and interactive stroll around the GNC property. Members $5, Non-members $8
Sunday, October 5 @ 2:30pm
Friends of Warner Library Concert: Deanna Witkowski and friends | Warner Library
Deanna Witkowski, piano and vocals; Michael O'Brian, bass; and Scott Latzky, drums.
"Crossing musical boundries from Cole Porter to Chopin"
Sunday, October 5, November 2, December 7 from
6pm - 9pm
Intuition: Blues, Jazz and Originals [link] |
Taiim Cellar, 11 Boniface Circle, Scarsdale
The four-woman band Intuition offers a unique combination of guitar, bass, harmonica, flute and vocals. Reservations recommended: 723-6900.
Tuesday, October 7 @ 7pm
Monsters On Main Street $5 Film Series: Invasion Of The Body [link] | Tarrytown Music Hall
Introduction by David Schwartz, Chief Curator, Museum of the Moving Image.
Series made possible in part by The New York Council On The Arts. Kevin McCarthy stars as Miles Bennel, a doctor in the small California community of Santa Mira, where several patients begin reporting that their loved ones don't seem to be themselves lately. They look the same but seem cold, emotionally distant, and somehow unfamiliar. The longer Miles looks into these reports, the more stock he places in them, and in time he makes a shocking discovery: aliens from another world are taking over Santa Mira, one citizen at a time. Based on a novel by Jack Finney. Running time: 80 minutes
Wednesday, October 8, Monday, November 3, Wednesday, December 3
Spoken Interludes [link] | Riverview, One Warburton Avenue, Hastings
Produced by DeLauné Michel. Supper Buffet 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Spoken Interludes 7:30 – 8:30 writers read with a Q&A.
Book signing 8:30 - 9:00. Books sold by The Village Book Store of Pleasantville. $25 at the door for Chutney Masala (cash or checks). Reservations: email@example.com
Wednesday, October 8th -- SOLD OUT, wait list available
#1 New York Times best-selling, award-winning writer Wally Lamb reads from his new novel, We Are Water
Critically-acclaimed debut writer Vanessa Manko reads from her new novel, The Invention of Exile
Award-winning writer Peggy Rambach reads from her new novel, The Lons
Monday, November 3rd
Co-anchor of Nightline and the weekend editions of Good Morning America Dan Harris reads from his new book, 10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works – A True Story
Editor-in-Chief of Food & Wine magazine, Dana Cowin reads from her new book, Mastering My Mistakes in the Kitchen: 65 Great Chefs Teach Me How to Cook
Award-winning, best-selling writer Kathryn Harrison reads from her new book, Joan of Arc: A Life Transfigured
Wednesday, December 3rd
Best-selling, critically-acclaimed writer, chef extraordinaire and owner of NYC's lauded restaurant Prune, Gabrielle Hamilton reads from her new book, Prune
Best-selling writer Jane Green reads from her new novel, Tempting Fate
Bestselling writer Jean Hanff Korelitz reads from her new novel, You Should Have Known
Thursday, October 9 @ 7pm
Celtic Tenors [link] | Paramount Hudson Valley, Peekskill
The Celtic Tenors have captivated audiences throughout the UK, Europe and the U.S. since their arrival on the music scene in 2000. What began just a few years ago as three very talented friends gathering on the operatic stage has since exploded into an international recording and touring phenomenon that transcends the trio's classical roots and embraces folk, pop and various other dimensions of the musical spectrum.
Thursday, October 9 @ 7:30pm
The Unknown Palisades – Lecture | Meet at the Dobbs Ferry Library Community Room, located a 55 Main St.
The cliffs and forested talus slopes of the Palisades rise to more than 600 feet above the river. In the mid 19th Century, New York builders quarried the Palisades for building materials, ship ballast, and for concrete aggregate. With the efforts of the New Jersey Federation of Women's Clubs, the Palisades Interstate Park Commission was established in 1900, and was granted the authority to purchase and manage the land. Through images and narrative, Eric Nelsen, longtime historical interpreter for Palisades Interstate Park, brings the story of the Palisades to life: its fishermen's villages and palatial estates, the epic struggle to preserve the ancient cliffs, and the thriving beaches and campgrounds of the Depression and New Deal era.
Co-Sponsors Dobbs Ferry Historical Society · Groundwork Hudson Valley · Hastings Historical Society · Westchester County Historical Society.
Reservations: Laura Compagni, firstname.lastname@example.org or 646-670-3947.
Thursday, October 9 from 7:30pm - 9pm
"Inside the College Admissions Process" with Jacques Steinberg flyer | Campus Theater, Irvington HS
Presented by Rivertown Parents. In 2000 Jacques Steinberg got the scoop of a lifetime.
He persuaded Wesleyan University to permit him to be embedded as an observer inside its admissions office during the selection process for the Class of 2004. Come hear what he learned.
Friday, October 10, Saturday, October 11 & Sunday, October 12
Sesame Street Live "Let's Dance!" [link] | Westchester County Center, White Plains
Hosted by two live performers, Sesame Street Live "Let's Dance!" offers an up-close, interactive experience that includes dance parties. Elmo uses his imagination to "Do the Robot," Cookie teaches all 'feets' to dance, Abby leads a rhyming game, and Ernie shares the fun of dance with the Sesame Street favorite "Shake Your Head One Time." Favorite friends join the audience on the floor – dancing with fans, not just for them. It's Sesame Street Live like you've never experienced it before!
Friday, October 10 @ 8pm
Movie - Boyhood [link] | Irvington Town Hall Theater
Filmed over 12 years with the same cast, Richard Linklater’s BOYHOOD is a groundbreaking story of growing up as seen through the eyes of a child named Mason (a breakthrough performance by Ellar Coltrane), who literally grows up on screen before our eyes. Starring Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette as Mason’s parents and newcomer Lorelei Linklater as his sister Samantha, BOYHOOD charts the rocky terrain of childhood like no other film has before. Snapshots of adolescence from road trips and family dinners to birthdays and graduations and all the moments in between become transcendent, set to a soundtrack spanning the years from Coldplay’s Yellow to Arcade Fire’s Deep Blue. BOYHOOD is both a nostalgic time capsule of the recent past and an ode to growing up and parenting. It’s impossible not to watch Mason and his family without thinking about our own journey.
Friday, October 10 @ 8pm
Max Creek [link] | Emelin Theater, Mamaroneck
Before the term "jam band" was coined, Max Creek invented the category. It's no wonder Billy Kreutzmann of the Grateful Dead and Mike Gordon of Phish are among countless longtime fans of Max Creek's unmistakable blend of Americana, country, rock, calypso and jazz.
Legends of the Northeast's music scene, since their founding Max Creek's music has crossed boundaries and their improvised live shows proved a sign of things to come from groups like the Grateful Dead and Phish. Enthusiasts of all ages flock to their performances along with their famously loyal followers to find out just what it is that's so durable yet exciting, unusual yet contagious about them.
Friday, October 10, 17, 24 @ 8pm,
Saturday, October 11, 18, 25 @ 8pm, &
Sunday, October 12 & 19 @ 3pm
(and Saturday, October 25 @ 3pm)
Hudson Stage Company presents 'The God Game' [link] | Whippoorwill Hall at North Castle Public Library, Armonk
The God Game – A new play by Suzanne Bradbeer,
Directed by: Giovanna Sardelli. Does the public have the right to know everything about a candidate's private thoughts? A popular, moderate Senator is tapped to serve as the running mate for a conservative Presidential candidate. There is just one request. I t would be appealing to the ticket if he could appear more "Christian." Trouble is, he is an agnostic. Will he or won't he lie on the campaign trail in order to get the job?
Saturday, October 11 @ 10am
Family Fun Day [link] | Tarrytown Music Hall
Free! Please join us for our second semi-annual Family Fun Open House Event on Saturday, October 11th from 10am-2pm; a fun-filled day of music & storytelling from acclaimed children's entertainer David Gonzalez, arts & crafts, face painting, juggling, balloons and more for the community to enjoy. This event will be FREE and open to the public. No tickets required.
Saturday, October 11
Clint Black [link] | Paramount Hudson Valley, Peekskill
Singer-songwriter, record producer, multi-instrumentalist and actor Clint Black is one of the few country artists who has written all his own songs. To date, Black has written, recorded and released more than 100 songs, a benchmark in any artist's career. And, with 30 singles on the US Billboard country charts, twenty-two No. 1's, and nine studio albums, he remains one of the kings of country music today. Five singles off of his debut album alone reached number one, the first time any country artist had accomplished this feat. Black's continued success can be attributed in part to his deep sense of country music history, and his humble gratitude in being an important part of it.
Saturday, October 11 from 10am - 2pm
Tarrytown Eco-Fair [link] | Patriots Park, Tarrytown
Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow Environmental Advisory Councils’ 7th Annual Eco-Fair. Please join us on October 11, 2014 at Patriot's Park for an outing perfect for the whole family! In addition to the Village scarecrow making contest and the weekly farmer's market, there will be over 30 tables of food, environmentally friendly products, kids crafts, educational organizations, composting demos, face-painting, garden tips, and more. Last year's event featured a swap shop, Rescue-a-pet, and a free bike check-up so please stay tuned for updates at www. Tarrytownenvironmental.com or on our facebook page.
Saturday, October 11 from 11am - 3pm
Fall Festival [link] | Greenburgh Nature Center, Scarsdale
Join us for scarecrow building, pumpkin carving, pumpkin painting, cider making, meeting the animals, scavenger hunts, tractor rides, and more. Fee if pre-registered by Oct. 11: Members $5, Non-members $10 (on-line registration only). Fee day of event: Members $8, Non-members $15. $5 per pumpkin, $2 per scarecrow building. Please note, limited number of each are available. Scarecrows are left at the Center and used in our Scarecrows & Pumpkins Parade on Oct. 26. Food available for purchase. Event held Rain or Shine. No Refunds.
Saturday, October 11 from 11am - 6pm and Sunday, October 12 from 12pm - 5pm
Field + Supply: A Modern Makers Craft Fair [link] | 4-8 Bruceville Rd, High Falls
Field + Supply began as an idea to modernize and elevate the traditional arts and crafts fair. We want to create an event that highlights goods, old and new, from a variety of studios and workshops representing fashion, food, and furniture. On October 11th and 12th, over the Columbus Day weekend, a talented group of designers will gather in the Hudson Valley to showcase their work in the field at the Black Barn in High Falls, NY. Hope you'll join us for what is sure to be a fun and inspiring weekend. $5 adults, under 12, free.
Saturday, October 11 from 2pm - 8pm (rain date: Oct 12)
Rocktoberfest | Matthiessen Park, Irvington
Feature Bands- Gil Parris and Friends & UNFORGETTABLE FIRE. Beer provided by local brewery Captain Lawrence out of Elmsford. This is a fundraising event by the FACE Committee to support Irvington Recreation & Parks Programs.
Saturday, October 11 from 5pm - 8pm (exhibit through November 2, 2014)
Opening Reception: Exhibit IRA BARKOFF [link] | Canfin Gallery, Tarrytown
"The beauty of the physical world becomes a metaphor for the capacity of the spirit to reveal itself". Ira Barkoff
Evocation of light is ever present in the romantic and experiential landscapes of Ira BARKOFF. His recent works convey the spontaneity and the maturity of the artist's hand and dedication to his life's subject the landscape. Reveling in nature's glory, the artist dictates from memory and utmost confidence, this familiar terrain, immortalizing the influence of light on his subject and thereby its dynamic essence. His canvases are suffused with color, his choices are rich effervescent hues; gleaming reminders of places and moments that captivate and enchant the viewer to participate in their own revelry and experience. With renewed assurance in his approach to his work Ira has abandoned the traditional landscape for the abstract; altering his approach and technique and allowing for the spontaneous to influence its direction. Born in 1934 in Brooklyn New York, Barkoff has enjoyed a long and celebrated career. He has a BFA from Pratt University, and has studied at the Art Students League with notables such as Robert Beverly Hale, and he continues to teach at the Washington Art Association.
Sunday, October 12 from 10am - 4pm
Hastings Flea [link] | Zinsser Comuter Lot, 131 Southside Ave, Hastings
The Hastings Flea is a curated craft and vintage market featuring the best local artisans and vendors in the lower Hudson Valley. Come join us as we celebrate fall on October 12th, and enjoy a on-of-a-kind community event. The Hastings Flea features live music, food trucks, vintage clothing and furniture, hand made jewelry, home goods, face painting and fun family-friendly activities. We have some special treats lined up for October including:
- Halloween Pet Costume Contest
- Performance by Penelope the Clown
- Roving Fiddler
- Broadway musical performances by students from Andrea Saposnik Voice Studio
- And more!
Sunday, October 12 from 10am - 5pm
Nyack Street Fair [link] | Downtown Nyack
Quality Hand Made Crafts, Art, Unique Gifts and Accessories, Home Decor, Antiques, Children's Area, Great Food, and much more! Free admission, rain or shine. No pets allowed.
Sunday, October 12 from 11am - 3pm
Fall Festival [link] |
Greenburgh Nature Center, Scarsdale
Join us for a fun-filled day to celebrate fall! Enjoy scarecrow building, pumpkin carving, pumpkin painting, cider making, meet the animals, scavenger hunts, tractor rides, tree swing by SavATree and more.
Sunday, October 12 @ 1pm
Monsters On Main Street $5 Film Series: Coraline [link] | Tarrytown Music Hall
Introduction by David Schwartz, Chief Curator, Museum of the Moving Image.
Series made possible in part by The New York Council On The Arts. Shortly after moving to a new home, eleven-year-old Coraline Jones (voice of Dakota Fanning) discovers a hidden door and decides to investigate. Coraline emerges into an alternate version of her own reality. At first glance, this strange new world seems even better than the real thing; her parents aren't distracted by work, and Coraline is always the center of attention but when Coraline's button-eyed Other Mother (Teri Hatcher) attempts to make her stay permanent, the frightened young girl must summon her resourcefulness and bravery in order to find her way back home and save her real family. An animated adaptation of Neil Gaiman's international best-seller. Running time: 100 minutes
Sunday, October 12 @ 4pm
Katonah Poetry Series: Jim Daniels [link] | Katonah Village Library
Award-winning poet Jim Daniels, of Pittsburgh, PA, will read from his latest collection, Birth Marks (2013). The event will include audience Q&A, reception and book signing. Birth Marks was the winner of the 2014 Poetry Gold Medal from the Independent Publisher Book Awards, the 2014 Binghamton University Milt Kessler Poetry Book Award, and a 2014 Michigan Notable Book. A bard of the working-class, Daniels and his poetry travel from Detroit to Ohio to Pittsburgh, focusing on the urban struggle to create community amidst distrust and violence. Daniels' has received the Midwest Book Award, the Brittingham Prize for Poetry, the Blue Lynx Poetry Prize, two NEA fellowships, and two Pennsylvania Council on the Arts fellowships. Daniels is the Thomas Stockham Baker Professor of English at Carnegie Melon University.
Monday, October 13 @ 3pm
Globe on Screen: Twelfth Night w/ Mark Rylance [link] | Jacob Burns
"I cant remember being so ridiculously happy for the entirety of a Shakespeare performance..." (Ben Brantley, NY Times)
The all-male Original Practices production, which explores all the clothing, music, dance and settings possible in the Globe around 1601, stars award-winning actors Mark Rylance and Stephen Fry.Twelfth Nights sell-out performances led to a hit run in Londons West End and Broadway! Filled with a cast of unforgettable characters, Twelfth Night is a moving comedy of loss and misplaced love and includes some of the most exquisite songs Shakespeare ever wrote. Run time includes a 15 minute intermission. Tim Carroll. 2013. 190 m. NR. UK. Abramorama.
Tickets: $20 (members) $25 (nonmembers)
Tuesday, October 14 @ 7pm
Monsters On Main Street $5 Film Series: The Birds [link] | Tarrytown Music Hall
Introduction by David Schwartz, Chief Curator, Museum of the Moving Image.
Series made possible in part by The New York Council On The Arts. The story begins as an innocuous romantic triangle involving wealthy, spoiled Melanie Daniels (Tippi Hedren), handsome Mitch Brenner (Rod Taylor), and schoolteacher Annie Hayworth (Suzanne Pleshette). The human story begins in a San Francisco pet shop and culminates at the home of Mitch's mother (Jessica Tandy) at Bodega Bay, where the characters' sense of security is slowly eroded by the curious behavior of the birds in the area. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Running time: 119 minutes
Thursday, October 16 @ 6pm (thru November 15)
Opening Reception: John Nieman's Art with a Story [link] | Blue Door Gallery, Yonkers
John Nieman, the prolific artist-writer from Dobbs Ferry will unveil a new art installation at Blue Door Gallery in Yonkers.
Thursday, October 16 @ 6:30pm
The Ossining Documentary & Discussion Series: Pink Ribbons, Inc. [link] | Ossining Library's Budarz Theatre
LÉA POOL, Director/ WriterThe ubiquitous pink ribbons of breast cancer philanthropy – and the hand-in-hand marketing of brands and products associated with that philanthropy — permeates our culture, providing assurance that we are engaged in a successful battle against this insidious disease.
November 13 - University of Sing Sing: Overview: "What happens to a dream deferred?" asked Langston Hughes in his classic poem "Harlem."The question is especially relevant within the walls of the Sing Sing Correctional Facility, where 1,700 men serve lengthy prison sentences, often for violent crimes.
December 4 - Inequality for All: The engaging documentary 'Inequality for All' is rich in detail on how the 'haves' are leaving everyone else behind.
As always, FREE! The Program Starts at 6:30 & seating begins at 6:15. Following the Screening, join us for Conversation!
Thursday, October 16 from 9pm - 10:30pm
RAW presents After Dark Caberet [link] | The River Grill Rooftop Bar, Sleepy Hollow
Rivertown Artists Workshop. ONE NIGHT ONLY! A spooky, sexy and slightly off-beat series of macabre, comedic and entertaining performances. $25 in advance. Tickets include drink ticket and selection of tapas. NO DOOR SALES. SEATING LIMITED.
October 17 - November 2
Jay Gould's House of Curiosities [link] | Lyndhurst, Tarrytown
There's a monster in every family! Experience the only indoor Halloween venue in Westchester. Meet long-dead family members as they lead you on a spooky tour of the Lyndhurst mansion. Guest will be able to experience the spectacular gothic castle at night and in a way rarely seen. While the event will appeal to adults and teens, younger children can also participate as the performance is appropriate for all ages. This event has timed entry. Please arrive 20 minutes before the entry time stamped on your ticket in order to have time to park and check in. Check-in takes place in the Carriage House. You will be escorted down the path to the Mansion in time to enter.
Friday, October 17 from 5pm - 9pm
Tarrytown Third Friday [link] | Main Street Tarrytown
Featuring Music by The Dwellers. Activities and vendors along Main St. and Bway.
Friday, October 17, Saturday, October 18 & Sunday, October 19
2014 The Yonkers Film Festival [link] | Riverfront Library and surrounding area, Yonkers
It all starts with the popular Red Carpet Reception on Friday evening, featuring food by Chef Peter Kelly and X2O accompanied by beverages from Slovenia Vodka, Wine in Due Time and Yonkers Brewing Company. There are a few short speeches, then on to our Opening Night shorts and feature presentation. Saturday and Sunday will offer free kids movies and workshops from KidsFilmFest and the Jacob Burns Film Center starting at 10AM, screenings at the nearby Blue Door Art Center at 11AM and our film screenings and "mini film school" lectures and workshops starting at noon at our Riverfront Library location. Following the each day's screenings, it's off to the After-Parties for a signature cocktail, a snack and some mingling with fellow filmmakers and film fans at the nearby Zuppa, Dolphin and 66Main. And this year there's also a Midnight Movie on Saturday night for those who can't get enough!
Friday, October 17 from 7pm - 10pm
Fundraiser: Party in Pink ZUMBATHON for Breast Cancer Research Foundation | James Harmon Community Center, Hastings
Pam McKenna and Ellen Kelly instructors. $25.00 suggested donation at the door.
Please email Ellen Kelly ellenckelly@gmail for info or call Lisa O Reilly at 478 2380.
Friday, October 17 @ 8pm
The Crowe Brothers [link] | Emelin Theater, Mamaroneck
After seven albums and over forty years of making music together, The Crowe Brothers continue their tradition of providing beautifully blended harmonies. Their latest project, Bridging the Gap, has delighted both bluegrass and traditional country fans as the veteran brothers, Josh and Wayne Crowe, deliver an album filled with soulful lead vocals, blended harmonies, and fine pickin'. It's the follow-up to their successful Brothers-n-Harmony album, which included the SiriusXM #1 hit single "Cindy Mae."
Saturday, October 18 from 10am - 5pm
18th Annual Sleepy Hollow Street Fair [link to application] | Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow
Restaurants | Local Food Vendors.
Chamber member discount.
Non Members may apply.
Saturday, October 18 @ 10am
Lenoir Nature Preserve to Untermyer Gardens Walk | Meet at the Lenoir Nature Preserve at 19 Dudley Street in Yonkers, off of Broadway
Co-sponsored by the Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct and the Lenoir Nature Preserve. Meet at the Lenoir Nature Preserve at 19 Dudley Street in Yonkers, off of Broadway, at 10 am. Explore the Nature Center before heading south on the grounds of the Preserve and Old Croton Aqueduct Trail to Untermyer Gardens. Take a tour of the exquisite Untermyer Gardens, once among the most famous gardens in the world and view the amazing restoration underway. Learn the history of the Aqueduct while returning to the Lenoir Nature Preserve. Contact: Sara Kelsey, email@example.com or 646-303-1448.
Saturday, October 18 from 10am - 3pm
3rd Annual Pets Alive Tail Wagger Dog Walk [link] | Thomas Bull Memorial Park,
Group Picnic Area,
Campbell Hall, NY
Join us for a day of fun for you, your pup and entire family to
directly benefit the animals at our no-kill animal sanctuary!
Saturday, October 18 & Sunday, October 19 (and Oct 25 & 26)
ArtEast Open Studio Tour [link] | Amenia, Dover Plains, Holmes, Hopewell Junction, Millbrook, Patterson, Pawling, Poughquag, Wingdale, Dutchess County
Over 40 artists in 26 Studios, Galleries, Garages and Barns. Artists by location. A great road trip at the peak of leaf season…
Visit the artist around the corner or at the end of the dirt road…
Visit four or more studios to enter to win an art gift…
Artists will have work for show and for sale…
You're almost there when you see the yellow signs.
All of the studios are open the first weekend. A selection of studios are open both weekends – check carefully when you're making your list of who to visit!
Saturday, October 18 & Sunday, October 19
Warner Library Book Sale | Warner Library
We have plenty of books, but volunteers needed! The Friends of Warner library will hold their annual Fall Book Sale on the weekend of October 18-19, open from 10 to 5 both days. We hope you will come and join the hunt for great books under the tents on the library lawn. Since we already have plenty of books for the sale, please hold off with more donations after September 20. We will start accepting them again on November 3rd.
But we do need volunteers to help at the book sale:
On Friday afternoon, October 17th, from 2 to 5 PM to set up tables;
On Saturday morning from 8 to 10 AM, to bring out the books;
Then on Sunday afternoon from 4:30 to 6:30 PM to pack up.
If you would like to help on any of those days, please email
Saturday, October 18 from 8pm - 10:30pm
Oktoberfest: Brew Class with Live Music from Greetings from Anywhere [link] | Curious-on-Hudson, Dobbs Ferry
Enjoy some live music from our favorite local band: Greetings from Anywhere! But this is so much more than a night of great music. We've invited local brewery Broken Bow to come in and give us a class on Oktoberfest beers. You'll be able to sample their own special Oktoberfest brew and learn how this family-owned, craft-style brewery is one of Westchester's most happening companies.
Saturday, October 18 @ 8pm
Kansas [link] | Paramount Hudson Valley
"Carry On Wayward Son', 'Point of Know Return', 'Dust in the Wind', 'Song For America' and 'The Pinnacle' are just a few of Kansas' all time favorites. Celebrating their 40th year as a band in 2013, KANSAS' first public statement appeared on their self-titled album in 1974. "From the beginning, we considered ourselves and our music different and we hope we will always remain so." Little did this legendary rock group realize that back in the early '70′s, what seemed to be "different," was actually ahead of its time.
Saturday, October 18 @ 8pm
Lucy Kaplansky [link] | Emelin Theater, Mamaroneck
Lucy Kaplansky is a rare vocal talent, "a truly gifted performer...full of enchanting songs" (New York Times). Blending country, folk and pop styles, she has the unique ability to make every song sound fresh, whether singing her own sweet originals, covering country classics by June Carter Cash and Gram Parsons, or nailing pop favorites by Lennon/McCartney and Nick Lowe. Lucy's dazzling voice has been featured in film and on television, including commercials like Chevrolet's iconic "Heartbeat of America" jingle. A Billboard-charting singer and one of the top-selling artists on Red House Records, she has topped the folk and Americana radio charts and has been featured on shows throughout the world from NPR's Weekend and Morning Edition to BBC Radio to CBS Sunday Morning. One of the most in-demand harmony singers, Lucy has sung on countless records, performing with Suzanne Vega, Bryan Ferry, Nanci Griffith and Shawn Colvin.
Sunday, October 19, doors open for dinner @ 4pm, music @ 5pm
House Concert Series: The Lords of Liechtenstein [link] | Hastings. Concert address will be provided when reservation is confirmed.
The Lords of Liechtenstein are a folk pop duo from Holmdel, NJ and now living in New York City. Chosen to the 2014 Falcon Ridge Folk Festival Emerging Artist Showcase, brothers Noah and Dan Rauchwerk have brought their unique blend of folk music to clubs and coffeehouses all over the East Coast. They have gained rapid acclaim throughout the Northeastern US for their thought provoking songs, tight harmonies, and hilarious onstage banter. They've opened for the musical legends including The Grand Slambovians, Magpie, Toby Walker, and Joe Crookston. Their most recent album, Girlz (With a 'Z'), shows off the duo's versatility in songwriting and performing, moving effortlessly from reggae songs to upbeat folk songs about having one's heart broken and torn apart by wolves. Now that you know a bit about the band, isn't it time that you pulled on your sweater vest and listened to the future of folk music?
All Shows – Suggested donation: $20 in advance ($20.88 after PayPal processing fee) or $22 at the door , 100% goes to the musicians.
November 9 - Cliff Eberhardt
January 11 - Suzzy Roche & Lucy Wainwright Roche
February 8 - The Grahams
March 8 - Radoslav Lorković
April 19 - Jess Klein
Tuesday, October 21 @ 7pm (Series continues: 11/25, 12/16, 1/27, 2/24, 4/14, 5/12)
Harlan Jacobson's Talk Cinema [link] | The Performing Arts Center, Purchase College
Don't wait for the release date, join Westchester's hottest film club and say you saw it here first. Renowned critic Harlan Jacobson hand-picks only the best — the selection of the night may be a quirky indy comedy, a provocative foreign film, or the next breakout hit. We can't reveal the titles just yet, but we can tell you they're all films you'll be talking about. Plus, each screening features a guest speaker; you'll rub elbows with critics, scholars, and filmmakers during the post-film discussions. In recent seasons, audiences have previewed films such as Obvious Child, The Broken Circle Breakdown, Silver Linings Playbook, and The Artist. What future hit will you see?
Tuesday, October 21 @ 7pm
Monsters On Main Street $5 Film Series: Psycho [link] | Tarrytown Music Hall
Introduction by David Schwartz, Chief Curator, Museum of the Moving Image.
Series made possible in part by The New York Council On The Arts. Marion Crane (Janet Leigh) is unhappy in her job and frustrated in her romance. One afternoon, she is given $40,000 in cash to be deposited in the bank. Minutes later, impulse has taken over and Marion takes off with the cash. 36 hours later, paranoia and exhaustion have started to set in, and Marion decides to stop for the night at the Bates Motel, where nervous but personable innkeeper Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) cheerfully mentions that she's the first guest in weeks, before he regales her with curious stories about his mother. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
Running time: 109 minutes
Friday, October 24 & Saturday, October 25 @ 11am & 2pm
The Grisly Kids: An All Hallows' Dance Review [link] |
Tent at Horan's Landing, Bottom of Beekman Av, Sleepy Hollow
The Riedel Dance Theater and Pace Conservatory of Dance unveils tails from the crypt, inspired by stories of Stephen King, graphic novels by Neil Gaiman and t.v. shows by Joss Whedon with something twisted and delightful for all ages: sparring twins, a picnic of doom, a corps de ballet of menacing tweens, and more! This show will take you on a thrill-ride of laughs and horror.
Friday, October 24 from 6pm - 9pm
Hastings Friday Night DEAD [link] | Chemka Ghoul, Hastings
Kick-off Halloween at the Chemka Ghoul!
featuring --> A Scary Walk,just a little scary for our little friends, and a A Scarier Walk,for older kids/parents
November 7 - FNL Literary Event.
Friday, October 24 @ 8pm, Saturday, October 25 @ 8pm, and Sunday, October 26 @ 3pm
ARTtober Sounds- Three Days of Music [link] | McLean Avenue and at the Beczak, Yonkers
Friday – Urban H2O's 1st Annual Musical Pub Crawl on McLean Ave – FREE EVENT
Saturday – Urban H2O at CURB (formerly Beczak) Presents Monica Rizzio & Old Kings Highway w/Nemes $10 + Pay What You Can w/Free Beer @ Beczak
Sunday – Urban H2O at CURB (formerly Beczak) Presents a Family Music Show Featuring Mike Messer $12 + Pay What You Can
Follow the link above for more deails.
Friday, October 24 @ 8pm
Jay & the Americans [link] | Paramount Hudson Valley, Peekskill
Few bands have ever reached the musical heights of Jay & the Americans. From 1962 to 1971, this group charted an amazing twelve Top Ten records. With three original band members, including Sandy Deanne, Howie Kane and Marty Sanders, plus vocalist Jay Reincke, their greatest hits never sounded better!
Saturday, October 25 @ 10am
Old Croton Aqueduct at Ossining -- Weir Tour | Meet at the Joseph Caputo Community Center
Meet at the Joseph Caputo Community Center to watch a short film about the Aqueduct.
Following the film, we will take a short walk to the Weir on the Double Arch Bridge. Descend into the original 1842 brick water tunnel and learn its history. Address: 95 Broadway, Ossining, NY 10562, just west of Rte. 9/Highland Ave. at the junction of Croton Ave. (Rte. 133) (from Ossining Metro-North train station by taxi or 15-minute uphill walk). Contact: Sara Kelsey, firstname.lastname@example.org or 646-303-1448.
Saturday, October 25 @ 4pm, 7pm, & 9pm, & Sunday, October 26 @ 4pm & 7pm
Nevermore [link] | Tent at Horan's Landing, Bottom of Beekman Avenue, Sleepy Hollow
Nevermore, A visually stunning circus-theater adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven. The dark and haunting world of the Raven comes to life with aerialists, wire-walkers, and gravity defying feats.
Saturday, October 25 from 8pm - 10pm
Leif Vollebekk [link] | Purple Crayon, Hastings
London's The Independent called Leif Vollebekk's first album "timeless and monumental." Now he has left the snowy Canadian country to the United States in the footsteps of Neil Young and The Band. Called "beautiful, memorable and moving" by NPR, Vollebekk's performance, along with his quartet of amazing musicians, will put
you in the middle of a picturesque scene, capturing your imagination and bringing you on a musical ride that you'll never forget.
Saturday, October 25 @ 8pm
Art Garfunkel [link] | The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester
Art Garfunkel, Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter and one-half of the legendary folk duo Simon & Garfunkel, comes to The Capitol Theatre for an unforgettable night of music.
Sunday, October 26 @ 11am & 1:30pm
The Magic Garden [link] | Emelin Theater, Mamroneck
The highly-acclaimed show won accolades and tons of fans during its 12 years on the air as the two schoolteachers combined their talents for performing and educating. They brought stories, songs, games, valuable lessons and even more valuable laughter to a wide audience and achieved ratings that equaled or surpassed those of Sesame Street and Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. Like those shows, the program's quirky style made it entertaining for adults as well as children.
Sunday, October 26 from 11:30am - 2:30pm
MCW Jazz Brunch [link] |
Castle Hotel & Spa, Tarrytown
Don't miss Music Conservatory of Westchester's 85th Anniversary Jazz Brunch. You'll enjoy a gourmet brunch and fabulous performances by Conservatory jazz faculty featuring Alma Micic on vocals, Nicolas Biello on sax, and Rale Micic on guitar. Proceeds from this event will support our Scholarship Fund for low-income students as well as our music therapy program including Healing Our Heroes for US military veterans. You can double your impact by helping us match a $75,000 Challenge Grant from the Ernst C. Stiefel Foundation. Purchase tickets or make a donation below.
Sunday, October 26, November 23,
December 28 from
6:30pm - 9:30pm
Riverrun Trio [link] | Taiim Cellar, 11 Boniface Circle, Scarsdale
Art Folk Rock. Let Riverrun Trio blow your mind with guitar, bass and stunning triple harmonies. Reserv recommended: 723-6900.
Sunday, October 26 @ 8pm
The Call of Chtulhu [link] | Tent at Horan's Landing, Bottom of Beekman Avenue, Sleepy Hollow
Actor/Storyteller David Neilsen brings H. P. Lovecraft's mind-bending tale of forbidden knowledge and cosmic horrors to life in this one-man show of madness and terror. Will you dare to answer the Call? Sanity not included. Or guaranteed.
Thursday, October 30
Emelin Theater Gala 2014 [link] | Beach Point Club, Mamaroneck
The Emelin Board of Trustees invites you to the 2014 Emelin Theatre Gala on Thursday, October 30 at Beach Point Club in Mamaroneck, NY! With great food, outstanding company, and an amazing auction full of unparalleled opportunities, the Gala is the social event of the season. You don't want to miss this one! There are many opportunities to be a part of the festivities, including sponsorships, auction items, advertisement s, and VIP tables. To get on the mailing list for an invitation or for more information, please contact Development Director Conrhonda Baker: email@example.com | 914.698.3045 x 204
Friday, OCtober 31 & Saturday, November 1 @ 8pm (also on 11/7 & 8, 11/11 & 12, 11/14 & 15)
Phil Lesh & Friends [link] | The Capitol Theater, Port Chester
Please note: Phil Lesh kicks off his fall run on October 31 and November 1 joined by Joe Russo, Dan Lebowitz, Rob Barraco, John Kadlecik, and special guests. All guests are subject to change.
Saturday, November 1 & Sunday, November 2 @ 8pm
Crafts at Purchase [link] | SUNY Purchase
Crafts at Purchase is a benefit for the Performing Arts Center at Purchase College and proceeds from ticket sales go to this world-class performing arts venue. This beautiful, small show includes many new artists never before seen at the Center. Exhibitors are traveling from across the country to exhibit and sell their one-of-a-kind work.
Saturday, November 1 @ 8pm
Decadance Theater [link] | Claudia Boettcher Theater,
The Masters School,
49 Clinton Avenue,
Presented by RiverArts. Performing: 4 (Four Seasons) music, Antonio Vivaldi and Hilltop Hoods;
When The Sky Breaks, music mixed by DJ Boo; &
The City Breathing, music Daft Punk.
Saturday, November 1 @ 8pm
[link] | Paramount Hudson Valley, Peekskill
The Django Festival AllStars carry on the legacy of the brilliant gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt who was part of one of the most famous musical partnerships in European history with virtuoso jazz violinist Stephane Grappelli. The AllStars, from France, bring the audience to their feet with lightningfast guitar fingerwork on standards such as "Minor Swing" and also put the crowd in a romantic mood with gorgeous melodies, hit songs of the past such as Django's "Nuages". The program includes many new original compositions that take the music beyond.
November 3 - 16
Fall Hudson Valley Restaurant Week [link] | All ov ther Hudson Valley
List of participanting Restaurants, Spring 2014 [link] .
Friday, November 7
Todd Rundgren [link] |
Paramount Hudson Valley, Peekskill
Todd Rundgren is a musician, songwriter, video pioneer, producer, computer software developer, conceptualist, and, most recently, interactive artist. He began by founding and fronting The Nazz, the quintessential 60′s cult group and in 1969, left to pursue a solo career, recording his debut, the legendary Runt. But it was 1972′s Something/Anything?, on which he played all the instruments, sang all the vocal parts, and acted as his own producer, that catapulted Todd into the superstar limelight.
Saturday, November 15 @ 10am
Old Croton Aqueduct at Ossining -- Weir Tour | Meet at the Joseph Caputo Community Center
Meet at the Joseph Caputo Community Center to watch a short film about the Aqueduct. Following the film, we will take a short walk to the Weir on the Double Arch Bridge. Descend into the original 1842 brick water tunnel and learn its history. Address: 95 Broadway, Ossining, NY 10562, just west of Rte. 9/Highland Ave. at the junction of Croton Ave. (Rte. 133) (from Ossining Metro-North train station by taxi or 15-minute uphill walk). Contact: Sara Kelsey, firstname.lastname@example.org or 646-303
Saturday, November 15 from 8pm - 10pm
No BS! Brass [link] | Purple Crayon, Hastings
Did you love Red Baraat? Go crazy for EMEFE? Dance your butt off at Milo Z? No BS! Brass is the next in The Purple Crayon's line up of take-no-prisoners funky dance nights. This up and coming party-starter takes the New Orleans brass band into uncharted territory, fearlessly combining elements of James Brown, John Coltrane, Michael Jackson, and Led Zeppelin into their fiercely original sound which SPIN magazine calls "A hot, irrepressible blast of brass and canyon-like grooves."
Saturday, November 22 @ 8pm
The Weight - Celebrating the Music of Levon Helm & The Band [link] | Tarrytpown Music
A Music Hall/Music Without Borders Co-presentation.
Replicating the music of The Band is a tall order but interpreting the music of The Band is an art. Songs that have reverberated across history for decades continue to speak to millions of us. The Weight, a five-piece ensemble featuring Jim Weider and Randy Ciarlante from The Band, Brian Mitchell and Byron Isaacs of the Levon Helm Band and Marty Grebb, who worked with Rick Danko and Richard Manuel of The Band, remains a vehicle through which we can continue to share those stories and dance to those back beats….Come and take a load off.
Sunday, November 30 from 10am – 4pm
New York Reptile Show [link] | Westchester County Center, White Plains
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.
Cost: Admission $10 Adults & $5 Children 7-12 yrs., children under 7 free.
Saturday, December 6 from 8pm - 10pm
H'SAO [link] | Purple Crayon, Hastings
This Montréal-based quartet of brothers from Chad, H'sao combines complex harmonies with primal rhythms. Their intensity and honesty has been capturing the hearts of small audiences and large crowds alike since 2001, including the Queen of England! H'sao's unique blend of modern sound and traditional African musical influences has led them to open for such greats as Angelique Kidjo and put them on the to-do list of The Boston Globe. Put them on yours, too!
Saturday, March 7
Ardsley Education Foundation's Spring 2015 Gala [link] | The Coliseum, White Plains
The AEF is already working toward our 2015 Spring Gala, which will be held at The Coliseum on Saturday, March 7, 2015. This is our biggest fundraiser of the year; proceeds benefit all of our children by enhancement to our district funding for cultural and educational endeavors. We look forward to a fun-filled evening with high profits from our online and live event auctions!!
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