through February 22
Black Culture, As Is: Ya Feel Me? | Brother Kenneth Chapman Gallery, Iona College Arts Center
Curated by Becky Mills. This exhibit explores perspectives of African American artists whose themes include spirituality, emotional trauma, self-exploration, optimism and cultural identity destigmatizing Blackness.
Featuring: Curtis Bryant, Aston LaMelle-Thomas, Shayavia McFarlene, Gabriel Mills, Becky Mills.
through March 11
Pictorialism: A Century Later, Photographs by John Maggiotto | Donaly Gallery, South Church, Dobbs Ferry
Pictorialism: A Century Later, Photographs by John Maggiotto
The practitioners of Pictorialism worked in the early part of the last century and attempted to make a place for photography as art. They often resorted to soft focus and moody lighting to mimic the Impressionists who were their contemporaries. The prints made by these artists involved multiple hand-applied coatings of emulsion. The process was laborious. This level of craft and intent separated the artists from the “Brownie wielding” multitudes. Stieglitz, an early supporter through his publication Camera Work, in 1917 denounced the movement as betraying the inherent exactitude of the photographic endeavor and moved the discussion toward the hard-edged work of Paul Strand and others.
through March 11
Exhibit Michael KESSLER | Canfin Gallery, Tarrytown
Deeply personal, his works are borne of a humble and deeply reverent focus. In a symbiotic rhythm, these minimalist pieces replicate the origin of his constant muse – nature’s thrust.
thru March 17
Women by Women Galley Exhibition | Blue Door Gallery, Yonkers
Join the Blue Door Art Center in celebrating the year of the woman! From #GirlPower to the #MeToo Movement, women and women’s issue are at the forefront of society and popular culture. BDAC is proud to announce our 1st Women’s Exhibition featuring the work of women artists whose practice spans all genres: painting, sculpture, textiles, photography and more. Guest Curator: Julie Cousens, Co-Executive Director, Blue Door Art Center.
Sunday 18, Monday 19
Royal Hanneford Circus | Westchester County Center, White Plains
Enjoy the fun and excitement of a traditional three-ring circus featuring favorites old and new: electrifying aerial artistry, motorcycle thrill riders in the Globe of Death, sensational acrobats, plus much more!
Sunday, February 18 @ 7pm
Steve Hackett – Genesis Revisited, Solo Gems & GTR 2018 Tour De Force | Tarrytown Music Hall
Steve Hackett was lead guitarist with Genesis as part of their classic line up with Gabriel, Collins, Banks and Rutherford, that produced acclaimed albums such as Selling England by the Pound (a favorite of John Lennon).
Tuesday, February 20 @ 7pm
$5 Film: King Kong | Tarrytown Music Hall
Presented by The Music Hall Volunteer Movie Committee
The original “great ape” action-adventure film! A film crew travels to tropical “Skull Island” for an exotic location shoot and discovers a colossal ape who takes a shine to their female blonde star. He is then captured and brought back to New York City for public exhibition, whereupon “chaos ensues.” Pre-film Fun! Be sure to join us at 6PM for a seasonal beer tasting, King Kong photo-ops, a Raffle with prizes, and more!
Wednesday, February 21 @ 6pm–8:30pm (Also on 3/21, 4/18 & 5/16)
Shop & Sip | ArtsWestchester Gallery
Join ArtsWestchester for a happy hour pop-up shopping experience every third Wednesday of the month! Guests will meet other arts lovers, enjoy a drink and discover local artists and designers, whose handcrafted items will be on display and for sale. *Proceeds benefit ArtsWestchester’s vibrant exhibition programming.
Wednesday, February 21 @ 8pm-10pm
Gin Blossoms | Paramount Hudson Valley
The Gin Blossoms have undoubtedly left their mark on the rock music map with their fusion of melodic rock, pop, folk, and country, which paved the modern rock landscape and have produced countless album successes throughout their inception in 1987 where they saw peak success throughout the 1990s.
Thursdays, February 22 & March 29, from 10am–11:30am
18th Annual Winter Lecture Series: A Gardener’s Garden | NYBG, NYC
Our 2018 Winter Lecture Series, A Gardener’s Garden… The series continues as Arne Maynard presents Allt-y-bela | Monmouthshire, Wales on February 22; and concludes after Edwina von Gal presents Marsh House | East Hampton, New York on March 29. Don’t miss out on your last chance to save 10% when you register for the entire series!
Thursday, February 22 @ 8pm
Three Dog Night | Paramount Hudson Valley
Valley Theater. From 1969 to 1974, no other musical act achieved more Top 10 hits, moved more records, or sold more concert tickets than TDN.
Friday, February 23 @ 8pm
An Evening with Poco and Jim Messina | Tarrytown Music Hall
A great co-bill featuring two soft-rock favorites. Poco are country rock pioneers who found platinum success early in their career, and four decades later Rusty Young, who wrote and sang the massive hits “Crazy Love” and “Call It Love”, still leads this incredible band.
Friday, February 23 @ 8pm
The Harlem GospeLive Revue | White Plains Performing Arts Center, 11 City Pl, White Plains
The Harlem GospeLive Revue takes you on an amazing journey through Gospel Music in a high-energy style performance with the authentic flavor of Harlem. This amazing revue showcases New York’s most talented performers, and, magnificent voices. The performances are spectacular, and, samples many genres of America’s gospel music. The Revue features electrifying soloists with dynamic vocal abilities, and, super-rich harmonies that will touch your soul and have you dancing in the aisles!
Saturday, February 24 from 9am–1pm
Irvington Farmers Market | Main Street School Auditorium
The Winter Market is back!
Saturday, February 24 @ 7:30pm
for colored girls | Irvington Town Hall Theater
In celebration of Black History Month, 4th Wall Theatre presents a fully staged reading of Ntozke Shange’s 1970s groundbreaking play with a message that holds just as true today. “for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enuf” is billed as a “choreopoem” and weaves together 20 separate poems with music, movement, and narratives to tell the stories of love, empowerment, struggle, and loss in a complex representation of African-American sisterhood.
Saturday, February 24 @ 8pm
The Ana Egge Trio | Common Ground Coffeehouse, The First Unitarian Society of Westchester, Hastings
with special guest Steve Addabbo. “We were always the outsiders,” says folk songwriter ANA EGGE of her early roots in a small North Dakota town of 50 people. “I was taught how to shoot a gun and how to enjoy alfalfa sprouts and tofu, raised by two back-to-the-land hippies.
Saturday, February 24 @ 8pm
Vic DiBitetto | Tarrytown Music Hall
You’ve seen his “Bread and Milk” rant on YouTube, which got over 15 million hits. You’ve probably seen his “Vignettes” on YouTube, which garnered another 8 million hits.
Saturday, February 24 @ 8pm
Uriah Heep | Paramount Hudson Valley
Along with Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Deep Purple, Uriah Heep helped invent a decorative and uniquely British form of heavy metal with their debut album, … Very ‘Eavy …Very ‘Umble , offered as a self-titled on American shores, historically massive in the invention of a music format that would rule the ‘70s and only intensify in the ‘80s.
Sunday, February 25 @ 11am & 2pm
Amazing Grace Circus | Union Arts Center, 2 Union Street, Sparkill Step Right Up, Boys and Girls, to the greatest little circus of all time: Amazing Grace CIRCUS! Rockland County’s very own award-winning 1/4-ring circus, AGC! comes complete with acrobats, aerialists, magicians, and clowns. Led by none other than Ringmaster Mr. Amazing, kids will be astounded by 30 minutes of circus, vaudeville, magic, and pantomime performed by AGC!’s Teen Circus Troupe.
Thursday, March 1 @ 7pm
Steel Drum Concert | Hastings High School Cafeteria
Mark your calendars for March 1, for the sonic event of the season! Hastings High School students will hasten the start of spring with a joyful sound: A steel drum concert and fundraiser for the Music Department. Enjoy the drummers’ talent and some island food while supporting the school’s stellar music programming. At 7 PM, in the High School cafeteria. Kids, $5 dollars, adults, $12. See flyer below—hope to see you there!
Thursday, March 1 @ 8pm
“Weird Al” Yankovic – The Ridiculously Self-Indulgent, Ill-Advised Vanity Tour | Tarrytown Music Hall
A Music Hall/Music Without Borders Co-presentation. Special Guest: Emo Philips.“Weird Al” Yankovic burst onto the scene over three decades ago and never looked back. For the first time in his storied career, the world’s foremost musical satirist and four-time Grammy-winner foregoes his usual high-octane, big-production show for an intimate evening of music, focusing on original (non-parody) songs from his 14-album catalog.
Friday, March 2 from 10:30am–4pm
Blood Drive | City of Yonkers, Office of the Mayor, 40 South B’way
Presented by the American Red Cross. Follow the link to register. Walk-ins welcome.
Friday, March 2 @ 8pm
CHEFS: A Sizzling Kitchen Showdown | Tarrytown Music Hall
Presented by Mills Entertainment. In CHEFS, hilarious (and delicious) hunks give you a peek behind the apron as they slice, dice, and spice things up in the kitchen through a series of escalating culinary challenges where the stakes are high: if they lose a challenge, they lose their shirt. Literally. CHEFS is a fully interactive experience where you will vote for the winner and may even have a chance to join the boiling hot chefs on-stage for uproarious cooking demonstrations. Outrageously bold and hysterically funny, CHEFS is “too hot for TV,” making it the perfect night out!
Saturday, March 3 & 17 from 9am–1pm
Hastings Winter Farmers Market | James Harmon Community Center
Download the schedule here.
April 7 & 21, May 5 & 19: Outside Hastings Library Parking Lot
Weekly Summer Market resumes June 2
Saturday, March 3 @ 8pm
Wainwright & Samuelson | Schoolhouse Theater, Croton Falls
Singer-Songwriter Sloan Wainwright returns to Schoolhouse for an evening with Danish Singer Songwriter Stanley Samuelsen
Saturday, March 3 @ 8pm
Pop, Rock & Doo Wopp Live | Tarrytown Music Hall
Presented by Praia Entertainment Group. “Pop, Rock & Doo Wopp Live!” returns to Tarrytown Music Hall, reuniting a cavalcade of authentic doo wopp stars live on stage – many for the first time in years!
Sunday, March 4 @ 7pm
Jon Bon Jovi & Friends | Tarrytown Music Hall
Special acoustic performance in tribute to Jerry Edelstein
A Benefit for the Flood Sisters Kidney Foundation, Presented by LiveNation. Special Guest: Oak & Ash. A unique opportunity to experience Rock Legend Jon Bon Jovi in the intimate setting of the Tarrytown Music Hall, and to support the mission of the Flood Sisters Kidney Foundation.
Jon Bon Jovi & Friends will perform a 45 minute set.
Thursday, March from 7pm–9pm
iASK about our iCommunity Series | Dow’s Lane, Irvington
All members of the community are invited to join the Irvington About Safe Kids coalition – Community Advisory Board for a presentation featuring Dr. Stephen Dewey, a renowned neuroscientist whose work has been featured on 20/20, Dateline, The New York Times and more. Dr. Dewey will discuss the affects of addictive substances on the teen brain. His presentation will be followed by interactive workshops on vaping for both adults and teens.
Saturday, March 10 @ 8pm
The Solace Quartet | Dobbs Ferry Woman’s Club, 54 Clinton Avenue
Presented by RiverArts. The Second Concert in our Chamber Music Series, Peter Seidenberg, Artistic Director. The evening will begin with Beethoven’s great Piano Quartet. Then we will hear a sneak preview of selections from a RiverArts commissioned work by David Macdonald, the score to our upcoming, NEA supported performance piece, Braiding the River.
Saturday, March 10 @ 8pm
Andy Borowitz: “Make America Not Embarrassing Again” | Tarrytown Music Hall
A Music Hall/Music Without Borders Co-presentation. The New York Times best-selling author and comedian who has written for The New Yorker since 1998 is taking his satirical news column on the road. Join Andy Borowitz for an evening of conversation and an audience Q&A hosted by Peter D. Kramer of the Journal News.
Sunday, March 11, doors open/ potluck dinner at 4pm, music @ 5pm
House Concert Series: The Young Novelists | Hastings
House Concert Series presents the best in Americana, folk, bluegrass and roots music in an intimate setting in a private home in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY (unless otherwise noted)–Bring a dish! All Shows – Suggested donation: $20 in advance (plus processing fee) or $25 at the door. 100% goes to the musicians. 4/15 – Itamar Erez
Monday, March 12 @ 7pm
Hiking for Beginners with Westchester Trails Assoc. | Warner Library, Tarrytown
Know the basics before you hit the trails! Where can I go hike? Preparation, Hiking basics. Information and support. Call 914-631-7734 or visit the Reference desk to sign up.
Thursday, March 15 @8pm
Indigo Girls | Tarrytown Music Hall
Twenty years after they began releasing records as the Indigo Girls, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers have politely declined the opportunity to slow down with age. With a legacy of releases and countless U.S. and international tours behind them, the Indigo Girls have forged their own way in the music business. Selling over 14 million records, they are still going strong. Amy & Emily are the only duo with top 40 titles on the Billboard 200 in the ’80s, ’90s, ’00s and ‘10s.
Friday, March 16 @ 11am
Great Composers Lecture Series | Hoff-Barthelson Music School, Behrens Bergman Auditorium, Scarsdale
Hoff-Barthelson Music School’s new Great Composers Lecture Series for music aficionados continues with Ludwig van Beethoven: Madman? Genius? Both? on Friday, March 16, 2018, at 11:00 am. This lecture is presented by Copland House Artistic Director Michael Boriskin. Admission is $25 for one lecture; $40 for both. HBMS students may attend free of charge. Space is limited; reservations are strongly encouraged.
Friday, March 16 @ 8pm
The Red Hot Chilli Pipers | Tarrytown Music Hall
A Music Hall/Music Without Borders Co-presentation. The Bagpipes meet Rock n’ Roll – A Global phenomenon! Since they walked away with the top prize on the primetime TV talent show, “When Will I Be Famous” in the U.K. in 2007, The Chillis taking their signature ‘Bagrock’ sound to the masses with their unique fusion of rocked up Bagpipes and clever covers of popular songs from all genres.
Saturday, March 17 @ 8pm
Darlene Love | Tarrytown Music Hall
Rolling Stone Magazine has proclaimed Darlene Love to be “one of the greatest singers of all time”, Paul Shaffer declares “Darlene Love is Rock N’ Roll!” The New York Times raved …“Darlene Love’s thunderbolt voice is as embedded in the history of rock and roll as Eric Clapton’s guitar or Bob Dylan’s lyrics.”
Thursdays, March 22-April 26 @ 3:00pm
Opera Appreciation-Viva Verdi! | Warner Library, Tarrytown
In this 2 part lecture series Susan Grunthal will discuss the life and works of Guiseppe Verdi who composed 28 of the world’s’ greatest operas plus his magnificent Requiem. We will hear at least one overture, aria or chorus from each opera and many from the more popular ones. Susan will tell the stories and shine a spotlight on the highlights of these operas.
Call 914-631-7734 to signup or visit the Reference desk.
Saturday, March 24 @ 8pm
Candice Guardino’s Italian Bread | Tarrytown Music Hall
Italian Bred Comedy is based on true life events and told through the eyes of a little girl growing up Italian on Staten Island. Candice slips in and out of multiple family characters while sharing the stage with virtual cameos of Emmy winner Steve Schirripa (Blue Bloods), Mario Cantone (Sex & the City), Leslie Jordan (Will and Grace), and Vic DiBitetto (Mall Cop 2.) Candice Guardino will visit NJ this Winter after successful shows in NYC, LA, Chicago, and NY where she received rave reviews and played to sold-out crowds. A new take on solo shows is exactly what Candice does and it’s not to be missed!
Saturday, April 7, doors @ 7:30pm, show @ 8pm
7th Annual Battle of the Teen Bands | Purpl, Hastings
For the seventh year in a row, our real-life, American Idol-style competition is back: Purpl’s Battle of the Teen Bands! Four talented groups will face off on stage in front of a live audience—and our renowned panel of judges—for the 2018 title and a mix and mastered recording of their live performance.
Saturday, April 28 from 2pm–5pm
Workshop In Homeopathic And Flower Remedies For The Home | Sacred Spirit Yoga @ South Church, Dobbs Ferry
Join Jeff Migdow MD for an informative workshop regarding the home use of homeopathic and flower remedies for illness, injury and stress release. These natural medicines are useful for all ages, speeding the body’s healing process and uplifting our ability to avoid and overcome disease.
Saturday, April 28 from 5pm–8:30pm
Rockin’ Rave & Family Fun Night | Westchester Children’s Museum
Join the WCM for Rockin’ Rave, a family-friendly special night out to benefit the museum! It’s a get-your-boogie-on, dance the night away, glow fest. Enjoy music under the strobes, explore interactive sound and light activities and experiments; take a break for mocktails and munchies, and enjoy special after-hours access to the Museum’s exhibits and MakerSpace programs. Recommended for ages 5 to 12, all children must be accompanied by an adult and all adults accompanied by a child
Saturday, April 28 @ 7pm
Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams | Irvington Town Hall Theater
Irvington FACE Committee (Fundraising And Community Events) is sponsoring a performance by Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams, with Divining Rod Band as the opening act.
May 4, 5 & 6
Spring Crafts | Lyndhurst
Spring Crafts at Lyndhurst, a celebration of all things handmade, returns to Tarrytown, New York, on May 4, 5, 6, 2018, just in time for Mother’s Day shopping! Featuring 300 modern American artists, designers and craftspeople, it is Westchester County’s most beloved arts event and favorite shopping experience at one of its most popular landmarks. It is a perfect day for the entire family!