Saturday, August 27 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 27 from 8:30am - 2pm
The TaSH – Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow Farmers Market [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.
Sunday, August 28 from 9am - 1:30pm
Irvington Farmers Market [link] | Main Street School, Irvington
Find out more about the market at irvmkt.org.
September 1 from 8pm - 10pm
The Wallflowers [link] | Paramount Hudson Valley
With two Grammy Awards and more than seven million albums sold worldwide, The Wallflowers, have been bringing their unique and alternative style to every performance for over 25 years. Co-founders, Jakob Dylan and Tobi Miller formed the Wallflowers in 1989 and released their first album, The Wallflowers, in 1992. With the success of their 1996 album Bringing Down the Horse, the Los Angeles-based alternative rock band was able to attain their creative and rhythmic style. Their most recent album, Glad All Over, debuted in 2012 and recaptured their vivid and colorful style that'll have you moving to the beat.
Friday, September 2, Saturday, September 3, Sunday, September 4, Monday, September, 5 & Tuesday, September 6
2nd Annual Westchester International Children's Film Festival [link] | Picture House
The Picture House Regional Film Center (TPH) will present the second annual Westchester International Children's Film Festival (WICFF) once again bringing the best new films from around the world for ages 3 through 18 to Westchester, the Bronx, and Connecticut.
Saturday, September 3 from 6pm - 8pm
Free Movie Showing of "Inhabit" | SUNY PC4, 16 Warburton Ave, Yonkers
A film on Permaculture. Join us in watching Inhabit a film about permaculture peoples and practices.
Afterward meet Director Costa Boutsikaris and stay for a short Q+A.
Saturday, September 3, Sunday, September 4, & Monday, September 5
CORNucopia [link] | Philipsburg Manor
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.
Play games like Konk a Crow and Ring a Cob in the CORNival area. Compete in corn shucking races and learn how to make a corn husk doll. Enjoy cooking demonstrations — and tastings! — by local chef Renee Kashuba, and discover the irresistible charm of English country dancing in the barn. Traverse a kid-sized mini maize maze, tour the 18th-century Manor House and Mill, and watch how corn is ground on a quern stone. Enjoy live folk music and watch candle-making demonstrations (NEW this year!).
Monday, September 5 from 12pm - 5pm
8th Annual Turning Point/PAL American Roots Music Festival [link] | Piermont Pier/Goswick Pavilion Ferry Road, Piermont
Old Number 7 Band;
Back to the Garden 1969;
Finn and the Sharks w/ Special Guest Big Jim Wheeler;"Blues Brother" BOBBY HARDEN Band ( 9 Pieces!!);
Please no Dogs, Food and Beverages at Pavilion, Bring Your blankets and Lawn chairs.
Net Proceeds to benefit the Piermont PAL, helping kids from all over Rockland County
Thursday, September 8 @ 6:30pm
Screening: New Sports Documentary "Free to Run" [link] | Picture House, Pelham
Followed by an expert panel discussion with track & field visionaries Dr. Norbert Sander (of Hastings) and George Hirsch.
Today, all anybody needs to run is the determination and a pair of the right shoes. But just fifty years ago, running was viewed almost exclusively as the domain of elite male athletes who competed on tracks. With insight and propulsive energy, director Pierre Morath traces running's rise to the 1960s, in the new documentary Free to Run. The critically acclaimed film examines how the liberation movements and newfound sense of personal freedom that defined the era took the sport out of the stadiums and onto the streets, and how legends like Steve Prefontaine, Fred Lebow, and Kathrine Switzer redefined running as a populist phenomenon. After the screening, Clayton Bushong, Director of Programming, Marketing, and Operations at The Picture House will moderate a discussion with Dr. Norbert Sander, winner of the 1974 NYC Marathon and George Hirsch one of the NYC Marathon's founders and current chairman of New York Road Runners.
Friday, September 9 @ 8pm
Martin Sexton [link] | Paramount Hudson Valley
Martin Sexton is a classic American singer-songwriter who is known for his wide range of vocal abilities. Sexton uniquely combines a blend of musical styles such as soul, gospel, country, rock, blues, and R&B. At his performances you will be amazed by his ability to beat-box and scat along to his guitar solos.
Saturday, September 10 from 8:30am - 1:30pm
Book Sale [link] | Hastings LIbrary
The Friends of the Hastings Public Library sponsor the annual "back to" fall book sale on Saturday, September 10, 8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., at the Hastings library, 7 Maple Ave., featuring novels, mysteries, biographies, history, children's books, and even some literary surprises.
Saturday, September 10 from 12:30pm - 9:30pm
Take Me to the River
[link] | Draper Park, Hastings
from 12Milesnorth: We are pleased to announce the return of one of the best family festivals in the lower Hudson Valley. TAKE ME TO THE RIVER MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL in Hastings-on Hudson on September 10, 2016, doors open at noon. This all ages independent, homegrown festival presents an eclectic mix of local, regional and national acts as well as out of the box activities for kids of all ages. This creative community centered festival has garnered the attention of Billboard Magazine who rocketed a band on our community stage to Disney fame in 2013.
Saturday, September 10 from 12noon - 6pm
24th Annual Yonkers Riverfest [link] | Yonkers
The biggest and best free festival in Westchester County will be held on September 10th, 2016. Now, in our 24th year, the Riverfest will feature even more music, games, rides, activities, and adventures. The 2016 Yonkers Riverfest will feature over 25 live performances on 5 stages. Riverfest has something for everyone, including rock, hip-hop, Latin, pop, kids music, country, and more.
Saturday, September 10 from 1pm - 5pm
Irvington Historical Society Fall Benefit [link] | Armour-Stiner (Octagon House), Irvington
The Irvington Historical Society will host a Fall Benefit at the Armour-Stiner (Octagon House), one of the most visually unique homes in the world lovingly restored to its original 1860 splendor. Rare access with guided tours to Irvington's crown jewel of historic homes will now include the 19th century Lord & Burnham Greenhouse reinstated on its original footprint. Wine, craft beer, hor d'oeuvres, music, live & silent auctions, Greenhouse preview, private House Tours plus Harvest Sale. Advance reservations required, for ticket and tour info visit [link] or call (914)-591-1020. Rain date September 11, 2016.
Saturday, September 10
Dreamgirls in Concert [link] | Irvington Town Hall Theater
Presented by Clocktower Players ADULT Troup.
Thirty-five years after the groundbreaking original Broadway production, this much-anticipated CLOCKTOWER PLAYERS concert of the sensational and iconic Tony Award®-winning musical DREAMGIRLS is coming September 10th to kick off the season as only Clocktower can!
Sunday, September 11 from 10am- 4pm (also on Oct 9 & Nov 13)
Hastings Flea [link] | Hastings Train Station
The Hastings Flea, Westchester’s best outdoor, curated market and monthly community event begins on their fourth season!
Friday, September 16 @ 8pm
New Riders of the Purple Sage w/ Opening Guests: Professor Louie & The Crowmatix [link] | Paramount, Peekskill
The New Riders of the Purple Sage, signed to Columbia Records by Clive Davis, released its eponymous first album in September 1971 to widespread acclaim. In the next 11 years, the band toured and released over 12 albums, selling over 4 million records. NRPS began as a part-time spinoff from the Grateful Dead when Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, and Mickey Hart teamed up with John Dawson and David Nelson. Although, early live appearances were viewed as an informal warm up to the main attraction, the group quickly established an independent identity through the strength of Dawson's original songs.
Friday, September 16, Saturday, September 17, & Sunday, September 18
Fall Crafts [link] | Lyndhurst
Fall Crafts at Lyndhurst, now entering its fourth decade, ushers in the fall with the rose garden in bloom and the autumn leaves beginning to change along the majestic Hudson River. 300 artists fill the grounds of the Neo-Gothic Lyndhurst estate offering the first taste of fall shopping as well as exciting activities for the entire family such as tours of the Lyndhurst mansion, live music and craft demonstrations. Children's activities such as a still walker, balloon animals, face-painting, storytelling and our special Fairy Ladies, are ongoing. It's a great day for the entire family at one of America's most beautiful landmarks.
Saturday, September 17 @ 8pm
Blood Type: Ragu [link] | White Plains Performing Arts Center,
11 City Place White Plains
Blood Type: Ragu, the critically-acclaimed Off-Broadway hit, stars award-winning writer and performer Frank Ingrasciotta, giving a tour-de-force portrayal of over 20 characters who live, love and laugh, in this wonderfully funny and genuinely moving solo play exploring an immigrant child's delicate dance between culture and identity.
Saturday, Septemebr 17 @ 7:30pm
ITHT Tune-Up Chorus [link] | Irvington Town Hall Theater
Presented by the Irvington Town Hall Theater. After an amazing kick-off to our season last year, this incredible pop-up chorus experience returns to Irvington with all new songs - through the decades from the 60s to the present! Pop-up choruses are the newest rage for joyous and artistic expression popping up in communities around the country. Whether you’ve performed in the school chorus or dabbled in karaoke or can’t carry a tune in a bucket – this group-sing experience has garnered rave reviews and very happy customers. No auditions. Just show up! It’s sheer fun!
Sunday, September 18
from 12pm - 5pm
Ardsley Day! [link] | Center Street, Legion Park and Addyman Square, up to the Village Green and along the 9A corridor and Bicentennial Park
Ardsley Day this year will be special as it is our 10th anniversary of celebrating all that Ardsley has to offer. Events will be held throughout the downtown area: on Center Street, in Legion Park and Addyman Square, up to the Village Green and along the 9A corridor and Bicentennial Park.
The day will be alive with many family-friendly activities from noon to 5 p.m., including:
• A bigger & better “Taste of Ardsley” – a popular way to introduce residents to your cuisine
• Live entertainment by local residents
• Local community groups and merchants like yourself on Center Street and beyond
• Vendors selling goods and promoting activities
• Free activities and amusements which attract a great crowd from Ardsley and our surrounding communities for your local business
Sunday, September 18 @ 3pm
Talking Pictures: "Weiner" | Hastings LIbrary
Two of the notable elements of the summer of 2016 have been the unimaginable political events and the dearth of really superb films. We here at Talking Pictures would like to address both of these strange occurrences by returning from our summer hiatus with a screening and discussion of the documentary "Weiner" directed by Elyse Steinberg and Josh Kriegman.
The film raises innumerable fascinating and provocative questions about politics, the media, and human behavior without providing simplistic answers.
Sunday, September 18
Donovan: The Retrospective / Sunshine Superman Fiftieth Anniversary Tour 2016 [link] | Paramount Hudson Valley
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of his #1 hit "Sunshine Superman," Donovan has announced a U.S. tour that will include a performance at the classic Paramount Hudson Valley Theater in Peekskill, NY on September 18th. The Peekskill show comes three days after Donovan's return to New York's Carnegie Hall, his first performance there since February of 1966. That show sold out within days of going on sale. The single "Sunshine Superman" rose to the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart on September 3, 1966.
Saturday, September 24 from 10am - 4pm
Chappaqua Children's Book Festival [link] | Bell Middle School, Chappaqua
From princesses to pups, to angst-filled tweens, and every crazy character in between, you’ll find them all at the Chappaqua Children’s book festival. More than 90 popular authors, who bring your favorite characters to life, are expected to participate. Most will be signing their books and reading excerpts. Bring your whole family for tons of fun, food, kid-friendly activities, entertainment and, of course, books!
Saturday, September 24 from 6pm - 9pm
Opening Reception: Between Light and Shadow, a solo show featuring new work by Jerzy Kubina [link] | Square Peg Gallery, Hastings
“In my belief, art is the source of pure energy and truth, obsessively mirrored in the ritual of creation. My new works are a continuation of the process of creating art for art's sake.” Jerzy Kubina, July 2016
Saturday, September 24 @ 7pm
Louis & Ella [link] | White Plains Performing Arts Center,
11 City Place, White Plains
A musical tribute to the great icons of Jazz, Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald. Featuring Trent Armand Kendall and Natasha Yvette Williams in the title roles. This musical celebration reunites THE ARCHITECT OF JAZZ and THE FIRST LADY OF SONG in heaven for one magical night. These two friends and jazz pioneers rip through 24 of the most enduring standards of all time including: "Cheek to Cheek", "Love Is Here To Stay", "Stomping at the Savoy", "Stardust", "They All Laughed", "Skylark", "What a Wonderful World" and more…
Sunday, September 25 from 4pm - 6pm
Concert Across America to End Gun Violence [link] |
Woodlands Community Temple, White Plains
Join us at Woodlands Community Temple in White Plains, NY for a highly participatory Non-denominational "sing-in." We will raise our voices together in action-inspiring folk and contemporary song, led by Ellen Dreskin, Jonathan Gordon, Kenny Green, Adam Hart, Ira and Julia Levin, Jenny Murphy, and others.More http:// concertacrossamerica.org/
Friday, September 30 @ 7:30pm
The Starfish Throwers [link] | Irvington Town Hall Theater
As iFF and Irvington Farmers Market present the heartwarming film, The Starfish Throwers. Come view this uplifting feature-length film about ending hunger and learn about efforts to fight hunger right here in Westchester County where 200,000 of our neighbors are food insecure.
Worlds apart, a five-star chef, a twelve year-old girl, and a retired schoolteacher discover how their individual efforts to feed the poor ignite a movement in the fight against hunger.
Saturday, October 1
The Music of Linda Ronstadt [link] | Irvington Town Hall Theater
Presented by Common Ground Community Concerts.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Linda Ronstadt has brought to life the works of artists ranging from Warren Zevon, The Eagles, and Little Feat to Gilbert and Sullivan and George and Ira Gershwin. After 30 albums and 11 Grammys, she retired from performing in 2011 and announced in 2013 that she has Parkinson's Disease. Join us as we celebrate her living legacy. "The Music of Linda Ronstadt" features Vance Gilbert, Abbie Gardner, Spuyten Duyvil, Ana Egge, Matt Nakoa, Bobtown, Sara Milonovich, and more in a rolling review format.
Saturday, October 8
Artist's Ball [link] | Irvington Town Hall Theater
Presented by Robert Jacobson Sports Foundation.
The Artist's Ball is a celebration of the arts that raises money for children locally and around the world. Performances will include world renowned jazz drummer Pablo Bencid and his All Star Trio, Universal Records recording artist Emily Blumenthal, musical talent Dan Leibel and Jason Steinberg, original poetry from the esteemed and talented John Evans, dance performed by troupes from Rivertown Dance Academy and live painting from soon to be famous Syrcause University artist Alison Emmel! There will be a silent auction, raffles, refreshments, and lots of amazing entertainment. Celebrate the arts, and give children the opportunity to live and enjoy life!!!
October 14 – 23,
Fridays & Saturdays @ 8pm & Sundays @ 2pm
Heathers: The Musical ]link] | White Plains Performing Arts Center,
11 City Place, White Plains
The NY Regional premiere of HEATHERS: THE MUSICAL comes to White Plains PAC this fall! This hilarious AND heartfelt new musical based on the greatest teen comedy movie of all time is sure to be a hit. With its moving love story, laugh-out-loud comedy and unflinching look at the joys and anguish of high school; Heathers is, for sure, an instant hit. Are you in, or are you out?
Friday, October 14 @ 7:30pm, Saturday, October 15 @ 7:30pm, Friday, October 21 @ 7:30pm, Saturday, October 22 @ 7:30pm, Sunday, October 23 @ 2pm
Sister Act [link] | Irvington Town Hall Theater
Presented by Clocktower Players ADULT Troupe.
NUNS & Tons of FUN!
SISTER ACT is Broadway's habit-forming musical comedy smash that will make you jump for joy! Based on the 1992 Whoopi Goldberg comedy and featuring original music by Tony, Oscar and Grammy-winning composer Alan Menken, this uplifting musical is filled with toe-tapping songs, outrageous show-stopping dancing and a truly moving story. A sparkling tribute to the universal power of friendship, SISTER ACT is reason to REJOICE!
Saturday, October 15 @ 1pm
2016 Fare Walk for Food Allergy [link] |
Glen Island Park, Weyman Ave,
The FARE Walk for Food Allergy, raises critical funds and awareness each year to create a safer, more inclusive world for the 15 million Americans with food allergies. This year, tens of thousands of people will gather at walks in more than 50 communities nationwide to support their loved ones, friends, co-workers and neighbors living with life-threatening food allergies.
Saturday, October 15 from 12pm - 10pm
Dobbs Ferry Festa | Cedar and Main Streets
Saturday, October 15 from 10am - 5pm
Sleepy Hollow Street Fair [link] | Beekman Avenue,
rain or shine
Saturday, October 15 from 3pm - 8pm
Rocktoberfest [link] | Matthiessen Park, Irvington
Irvington FACE is happy to present Rocktoberfest 2016: featuring Irvington's 1st Food Truck Festival! Join us on Saturday, October 15, 3-8pm for this great community event at Matthiessen Park. Enjoy a variety of food trucks, beer & wine and fab live music line-up! More specifics on headliner to follow....
Sunday, October 16 @ 3pm
Stage Door Reading Series [link] | Irvington Town Hall Theater
Presented by the Irvington Town Hall Theater. Our stage door reading series returns for a third season with a reading of Regeneration A One-Woman Show Written and Performed by Nancy Rappaport, MD. Diagnosed with breast cancer in August 2015 at age 55, Rappaport began writing because she believes "creating a narrative of our trauma is a necessary part of healing." Regeneration is the remarkable product of recovery contemplations by a doctor/wife/mother of three—art spun from a survivor's pink ribbon journey.
Saturday, October 22 & Sunday, October 23
Yonkers Marathon Weekend [link] | Downtown Yonkers
Weekend of races and family fun.
full & 1/2 marathons, 5K, 5K mudrun Obstacle Race, 5K Superheroes Race, and a 1 mile superheroes family race.
Saturday, October 22 @ 10:30am
Author Apperance: "Irving the Theater Nut!" [link] | Irvington Town Hall Theater
Presented by Irvington Town Hall Theater.
Come out for a FREE event to meet the author of Irving the Theater Nut! – a children’s book based on our very own theater and written by our theater manager. There will be a reading of the story, snacks, a sing-a-long, and a book signing by the author (books will be on sale that day for $10 each). The book is intended for K-3rd grade, but locals of all ages will definitely recognize our beautiful town hall illustrated by Morgan Swofford in this delightful story…inspired by an event that happened here at our theater.
Sunday, October 23
12th Annual 5K Lindsey Run/Walk [link] | Purchase College
The Lindsey M. Bonistall Foundation, is dedicated to promoting peaceful and safe living environments in college communities. Through our programs we empower students and their families to be proactive in safeguarding themselves against crime.
Friday, November 11 @ 8pm
Colin Hay [link] Paramount Hudson Valley Theater
Colin Hay is familiar to millions as the frontman, songwriter, and vocalist of pop sensation Men at Work ("Down Under," "Overkill," "Who Can it Be Now?"). Hay is justifiably proud of his place in pop history, but since moving to Los Angeles in 1989, he's made 11 critically-acclaimed solo albums, including the highly successful Man at Work, and has recently announced the release of his new album Next Year People on Compass Records.
Friday, November 25 @ 11am and 2pm
Mooseltoe [link] | White Plains Performing Arts Center,
11 City Place, White Plains
It's time to leave the Nutcracker and Ebenezer Scrooge behind and start a fresh holiday tradition with an enchanting NEW moosical. Mooseltoe is the charming story about a Moose who wants to fly with Santa's reindeer. Mooseltoe sets out to find the great wise Mooseking for advice, and along the way meets a variety of characters, all of whom teach Mooseltoe valuable life lessons. Meanwhile, there is trouble at the North Pole. Will Mooseltoe be able to save Christmas? "Mooseltoe" is the perfect vehicle for grandparents to introduce toddlers to a new Christmas tradition OR the perfect opportunity for Dad to take the kids to a show while Mom shops in Toys R Us or Target right downstairs!!! Mooseltoe even poses for photos after the show! Running Time: approximately 60 minutes (NO intermission) Recommended for Ages: 4 and Up
Friday, December 16 – Sundy, January 8 (see below for times)
Sister Act [link] | White Plains Performing Arts Center,
11 City Place, White Plains
Based on the hit movie! When disco diva, Deloris Van Cartier, witnesses a murder, she is put in protective custody in the one place the cops are sure she won't be a found: a convent! Disguised as a nun, she finds herself at odds with both the rigid lifestyle and uptight Mother Superior. Using her unique disco moves and singing talent to inspire the choir, Deloris breathes new life into the church and community but, in doing so, blows her cover. Soon, the gang is giving chase, only to find them up against Deloris and the power of her newly found sisterhood.
Filled with powerful gospel music by Alan Menken, outrageous dancing and a truly moving story, Sister Act will leave audiences breathless. A sparkling tribute to the universal power of friendship, Sister Act is reason to REJOICE!
7:00 pm Performances:
December 16, 17, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30 • January 6, 7
2:00 pm Performances:
December 18, 22, 28 • January 7, 8
Saturday, January 21 @ 8:30pm
The Maccabfeats [link] | White Plains Performing Arts Center,
11 City Place, White Plains
Often travelling with little more than the shirts on their backs and the ties on their necks, the Maccabeats have entertained and inspired hundreds of audiences worldwide, from Alabama to (New) Zealand and everywhere in between. Using nothing more than the unadulterated human voice, a clean-cut presentation, and a little Jewish humor, this unique group of singers is able to connect with fans of all backgrounds and ages.
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