through October 29
Exhibit Jylian GUSTLIN | Canfin Gallery, Tarrytown
The arrival of the recent works of Jylian GUSTLIN is always a joyous affair. One can rely not only on a definitive maturation, as evidenced in her new and beautifully rendered works, but by GUSTLIN’s continuous broadening of both subject and her approach to surface. Her compositions are now more complex spatially, and multi-dimensional in effect. The sketchy quality of her figures and heavy drips of pigment allows the viewer to better experience the hand of this artist, as she attacks her surfaces with a savvy guilelessness and assured fluidity. Known for employing a resin as the final gesture to her works, GUSTLIN, now, on variant pieces, utilizes a matt or satin varnish overlay, and on others allows them to remain raw. These explorations in application rounds the oeuvre of her art, further enticing the viewer to engage in an enriching visceral experience.
through October 31
“How High the Moon” | Hastings Village Hall
The Hastings Arts Commission has partnered with the Hastings Historical Society to present the story of the Draper family’s contributions to science (including first photographs of the moon) with a moon-themed multimedia art exhibition, plus a series of free community events. Download the flyer for details.
through December 17
Women Warriors | Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art
An art installation by Isis Kenney. “Women Warriors” honors the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in America, as well as the continuing fight for equal rights in the public sphere. A voting booth will be created by artist Isis Kenney in conjunction with ArtsWestchester’s “Give Us The Vote” exhibition. Follow the link above for more information.
Tuesday, October 17 from 9am–2pm
Senior Law Day | Westchester County Center, White Plains
Senior Law Day offers seniors and their families from throughout Westchester 25 workshops on Wills & Trusts, Elder Law, Medicare/Medicaid, Estate Planning and other topics. Attorneys, care managers and Certified Financial Planners also provide free one-on-one consultations.
Thursday, October 19 from 3pm–5pm
Rethinking Doing Time: Transforming Lives through the Arts | Mercy College, Rotunda
The documentary follows Sing Sing inmates as they mount the theatrical production of “A Few Good Men” with RTA theater workshop members. The screening with be followed by a post film Q & A with Charles Moore, RTA Program/Alumni Coordinator, and an RTA Alumni Panel from the film. This event is free and open to the public.
Thursday, October 19 from 5pm–10:45pm
Fright Night Triple Feature + Costume Contest | Dobbs Ferry Library
October is officially here and this year we bring you a Halloween-themed FRIGHT NIGHT TRIPLE FEATURE + COSTUME CONTEST! So bust out your scariest, funniest, or most downright preposterous costume, or even last year’s that you put together too late to wear, and win prizes and see some spooky films with us! Download flyer
5pm – The night will lead off with Tim Burton’s beloved stop-motion animated, dark musical fantasy The Nightmare Before Christmas (Rated PG/76 min/1993)
6:30pm – Next up will be our Costume Contest. All ages are welcome and prizes will be given. Depending on the number of attendees, we may break it down into separate age group categories. May the best ghoul win! Call or come in anytime during business hours to sign up at the Front Desk.
7pm – Be sure to brace yourselves as the night only gets spookier with the most legendary zombie film of all time, the recently deceased George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead (Rated NR/96 min/1968).
9pm – And for the braves souls who dare, we close out the night with our scariest title yet, the recent slasher classic You’re Next (Rated R/95 min/2011).
Thursday, October 19 from 6pm–8pm
Route 9 Active Transportation Conceptual Design Plan | Warner Library, Tarrytown
Follow the link above to download the flyer.
Thursday, October 19 @ 6:30pm
“Swim Team” | Ossining Public Library
Presented buy the Ossining Documentary & Discussion Series. Parents of a boy on the autism spectrum form a competitive swim team, recruiting other teens on the spectrum and training them with high expectations and zero pity. SWIM TEAM chronicles the extraordinary rise of three diverse young athletes, capturing a moving quest for inclusion, independence and a life that feels winning. RSVP on Facebook.
Thursday, October 19 @ 8pm
Red Monkey Theater Group Presents RHINOCEROS | Cahill Theater, College of Mount Saint Vincent, Riverdale
By turns hilarious, strange, disturbing, and arresting, Ionesco’s savage commentary on the human condition is a classic 20th century drama. The citizens of a provincial town are gradually transforming into rhinoceroses. One by one, they are forced to confront the nature of their humanity, morality, and individuality.
Friday, October 20, Saturday, October 21 & Sunday, October 22
Live Jazz & Brazilian Music | Jazz Forum, Tarrytown
Jazz: Friday & Saturday @ 7pm & 9pm
Brazilian Music: Sunday @ 4pm & 6pm
Friday, October 20 & Saturday, October 21 @ 8pm
Abraham.In.Motion | Performing Arts Center, Purchase College
Purchase College alum Kyle Abraham and his company Abraham.In.Motion bring us the critically acclaimed Dearest Home. Dearest Home is comprised primarily of solos and duets that explore the emotions of loving and longing, love and loss. It was developed in a multi-year process, generated in conversation and collaboration with a variety of age groups and self-identified subcultures. Home interweaves movement, in its most vulnerable state, with cross-cultural conversation and community action. The dance will be performed in the round, in the intimate setting of our Black Box Theatre.
Saturdays from 8:30am – 1:30pm
Hastings Farmers Market | Hastings Library Parking Lot
Summer Market Resumes!
Saturdays from 8:30am–2pm
TaSH | Patriot’s Park, Tarrytown
Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow Farmers Market. Every Saturday forward through the weekend before Thanksgiving!
Saturday, October 21 from 10am–3pm
25th Annual Pumpkin Fair | Springhurst Elementary, Dobbs Ferry
Download the flyer.
through October 29
The Amazing Maize Maze | Queens County Farm Museum
Ready to be amaaazed? Kids and adults alike will have fun finding their way out of this 3-acre corn labyrinth! The adventure begins with a “Stalk Talk” to prepare you for the challenge of finding clues, solving puzzles, and making your way out of the maze. Feel up to the challenge? Then join us for the fun of getting lost and loving it!
Saturday, October 21 from 10am–4pm
Explore-A-Thon | Children’s Museum of Westchester
A magical day of interactive play, discovery, and exploration for children and their adults! A day-long event featuring storytelling, music, movement, science, art, and crafts set up at Exploration Stations throughout the Museum.
Saturday, October 21 from 12pm–4:30pm
Spooktoberfest | Hart’s Brook Park on Preserve, 156 Ridge Road in Hartsdale
Spooktoberfest family event will be held rain or shine. Spooktoberfest is the ideal family -oriented event where children can get their face painted, climb on the inflatable slide & obstacle course take a hay ride through the woods, visit with the animals from the Greenburgh Nature Center, and be entertained by musicians, clowns, jugglers and the Bubble Bus! New for 2017 is a giant bouncy castle, the Jester Jim Show and the “Captain Charlini’s incredible Pirate magic show. Don’t miss the live music by the “Greetings from Anywhere” band. Feast on food from several of Westchester’s favorite food vendors including The Road Grub Mobile, Walter’s Hot Dogs, Gyro Uno Truck and Kona Ice.
Saturday, October 21 from 1pm–5pm
Rivertowns Soccer Fest 2017 | Ashford Park, Ardsley
Click on the link above for more information.
Saturday, October 21, Doors open @ 6pm
GARNER Autumn Electronix Festival | GARNER Arts Center 55 West Railroad Avenue, Garnerville
ANNIHILVS POWER ELECTRONIX proudly joins forces with the Garner Arts Center for the GARNER ARTS AUTUMN ELECTRONIX FESTIVAL, a specially-curated selection of seven live acts representing many varied facets of electronic music. Annihilvs is an independent underground record label founded by Rockland County native Lee M. Bartow in the Summer of 1997. Specializing in a broad spectrum of obscure forms of music, the label has since expanded to include several artists from around the globe. A great many live events in New York, and beyond, have been organized under the label’s aegis, featuring acts reflecting many facets of the international underground music community. In August 2017, the label celebrates its twentieth anniversary.
Saturday, October 21 from 6:30pm–10pm
“Off The Wall” and “Souper Supper” | Ossining Arts Council, Steamer Firehouse Gallery, 117 Main St., 2nd Floor, Ossining
If you’ve ever looked at a work of art and wondered how the artist created it, you’ll really enjoy the Ossining Arts Council’s (OAC) Open Studios self-guided tour on Saturday, October 14th. On that date more than 20 local artists will open the doors to their inner sanctums, aka studios, from 11 am to 4 pm, allowing visitors the rare opportunity to witness the artistic process firsthand, ask questions and purchase artworks directly from artists.
Saturday, October 21 from 8pm–10pm
The Greenheart: Tie the Trash Benefit Concert | Upstream Gallery, Hastings
Please join our eco-minded creative music team The Greenheart in celebrating the upcoming project Tie the Trash! A unique solution to plastic waste, Tie the Trash will recycle plastic waste from streets and rivers in Kathmandu, Nepal, refine the collected plastic, and use 3D printers to make objects of use and value for young people. Follow the link above to read more.
Saturday, October 21 @ 7:30pm
A Film for Every Palate | Irvington Town Hall Theater
Feast your senses on an imaginative and compelling diversity of short films from around the world. As IFF Fall 2017 presents an evening of breathtaking, award-winning short films from Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Syria, and the United States, followed by a fabulous after-party for all festival ticket-holders and filmmakers. The selected films span an imaginative and compelling diversity of tastes, cultures, stories, and cinematic styles.
Saturday, October 21 @ 8pm
Noam Pikelny (Opener: Ladybird) | Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, Katonah
Noam Pikelny is one of the world’s greatest banjo talents. Perhaps best known for his work in the forward-thinking bluegrass band Punch Brothers, Pikelny made a name for himself as a solo artist after receiving the inaugural (and prestigious) Steve Martin Prize for Excellence in Banjo & Bluegrass. Now, for the first time in his career, Pikelny is going completely solo leaving the accompaniment behind and letting his own striking baritone voice lead the way.
Sundays from 9am – 1pm
Irvington Summer Market | Main Street School, 101 Main Street
Opening Day Summer Market!
Sunday, October 22 @ 10am
Brunch with COO of Charity Navigator | Greenburgh Hebrew Center, Dobbs Ferry
The Sisterhood of Greenburgh Hebrew Center presents its paid-up membership brunch on Sunday, October 22. The community is invited for brunch, and to hear and meet Larry Lieberman, Chief Operating Officer of Charity Navigator. Larry’s topic is 7 Ways to Make Tzedakah as Mighty as Your Personal Investments. Follow the link above to read more.
Saturday, October 28 from 10am–2pm
Drug Take Back Day | Ardsley Village Hall, 507 Ashford Avenue, Ardsley
The Ardsley SAYF Coalition is teaming up with the Ardsley Police Department and the DEA to hold a Prescription Drug Giveback Day, Saturday, October 29 from 10am-2pm at the Ardsley Village Hall, 507 Ashford Avenue, Ardsley. Bring all of your unwanted, unused andexpired prescription or over-the-counter drugs for proper disposal (no syringes will be accepted).
Sundays through October 29 from 2pm–4pm
Art & Science Sundays | Science Barge, Yonkers
Every Sunday, from July through October, the Science Barge on Yonkers’ waterfront invites children ages 4-10 for hands-on art and science workshops. Children and adults can cross the gangplank and come aboard the Barge to do planting activities, arts and crafts, and get up close and personal with baby eels, oysters, and blue claw crabs. So get your sea legs ready and climb aboard.
Sunday, October 22 @ 3pm
National Players performing Alice in Wonderland | Westchester Community College – Academic Arts Theatre, Valhalla
Lewis Carroll’s classic is adapted in this world premiere live theatrical production. Presented is an Alice for our time, a precocious girl wanting to stay a kid. She falls into a secret 21st century wonder world, befriending unusual characters and facing her greatest fear.
Sunday, October 22 @ 4pm
TEDx Tarrytown: RISE | Irvington Town Hall Theater
Presented by TEDx Tarrytown. TEDxTarrytown: Rise is a suite of short, carefully prepared talks, demonstrations and performances on a wide range of subjects to promote learning, inspiration and wonder and to provoke conversations that matter. TEDxTarrytown is an independently run event that fosters “ideas worth spreading.”
Monday, October 23 @ 7pm
Dr. Amelia M. Arria: How Your Children’s Choices in Middle and High School Impact Their Future | Ardsley High School
How many years do you want your child to take to complete college – 4, 5, 6?
How long do you want to be paying for a college education and at what age do you want your child to achieve financial independence? Dr. Arria will explain how the choices made during middle & high school matter, and the academic & financial cost they have on your child’s college performance. Dr. Amelia M. Arria is Director, Center on Young Adult Health and Development, University of Maryland
Tuesday, October 24 @ 7pm
HALLOWEEN HAUNTINGS: Two American Tales of Suspense | Irvington Public Library
On Tuesday night, October 24 at 7:00 p.m., professional actress Michèle LaRue will present HALLOWEEN HAUNTINGS: Two American Tales of Suspense. Written back in the days of ominously flickering candles and kerosene lamps, “The Shadows on the Wall” and “The House that Was Not” continue to startle.In the wake of a sudden mysterious death, “The Shadows on the Wall,” by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman (1903,) gathers four siblings in a familiar, but threatening New England parlor. “The House that Was Not,” authored by Elia Wilkinson Peattie (1898), lures an unsuspecting new bride across the Nebraska prairie. These tales evoke America a century ago, enthralling audiences today.
Friday, October 27
Peace, Love & Party at the Music Hall | Tarrytown Music Hall
From the Executive Director of The Music Hall: I am happy to invite you to join us for a 60s inspired gala event on October 27, 2017 to benefit the historic Tarrytown Music Hall. Please save the date on your calendar, a formal invitation will follow. The theme Peace, Love & Music is just as relevant today as it was in the counterculture of the 1960’s! We look forward to celebrating the past to support our future. Kind regards, Björn Olsson
Friday, October 27 from 7pm–10pm
Zumbathon | James Harmon Community Center, Hastings
Annual fundraiser to raise money for The Breast Cancer Research Fund. Pam Mckenna and Ellen Kelly Instructors. Refreshments served. $25.00 suggested donation at the door. Call 914 478 2380 for more info.
Friday, October 27, Saturday, October 28 & Sunday, October 29
Live Jazz & Brazilian Music | Jazz Forum, Tarrytown
Jazz: Friday & Saturday @ 7pm & 9pm
Brazilian Music: Sunday @ 4pm & 6pm
Friday, October 27 @ 7:30pm
Ilana Donna with special guest Matt Turk | Upstream Gallery
Suggested donation at the Door, $10.
Friday, October 27 @ 7:30pm
Hoff-Barthelson Music School’s Faculty Concert Series: Jazz Night | Hoff-Barthelson Music School, 25 School Lane, Scarsdale
Members of Hoff-Barthelson Music School’s Jazz Department take the stage to kick-off the 2017-2018 Faculty Concert Series on Friday, October 27, 2017, at 7:30 pm with Jazz Night! An evening of improvisations and jazz standards, listeners will be treated to performances by Ed Palermo, saxophone; James Weidman, piano; Rolf Sturm, jazz guitar; William Komaiko, piano; and Glenn Rhian, percussion. Included on the program are Au Private (Charlie Parker), Autumn Leaves(Prévert/Kosma), Uptown Vibes (James Weidman); Stella by Starlight (Victor Young), Body and Soul (Johnny Green) Sonnymoon for Two, and Oleo (Sonny Rollins).
Friday, October 27, Saturday, October 28, And Sunday, October 29
Luxe Sleepy Hollow Halloween Tour | Irvington, Tarrytown, Sleepy Hollow, Croton-on-Hudson
Halloween is coming up and with it the desperate annual scramble to find sold-out tickets, far flung parking spots, and surly cabdrivers to visit the multitude of events around Sleepy Hollow, New York, so as to not disappoint one’s significant other once again. Avoid the hassle this year, come tour with us with your very own tour guide from Hell, Polly Esther! Presented by Travellati Tours.
Saturday, October 28 & Sunday, October 29 from 4pm–8:30pm
The Dobbs Ferry Haunted House | The Dobbs Ferry Woman’s Club, 54 Clinton Ave, Dobbs Ferry
The Dobbs Ferry Haunted House. The Dobbs Ferry Woman’s Club and Dobbs Ferry PTSA invites the public to attend its annual haunting event that includes participation in ghost stories acted out in the rooms of a Victorian house, an activity room for children, and refreshments for participants. October 28 and 29, 4:00 – 8:30. Dobbs Ferry Woman’s Club, 54 Clinton Avenue, Dobbs Ferry. Admission: $5, $3 for children ages 9 and under. Ages 4 and under are free.
Saturday, October 28 @ 5:30pm
16th Annual Village of Tarrytown Halloween Parade | Main Street, Tarrytown
Saturday, October 28 @ 6:30pm
Moon Watch Over Hastings | Draper Park, Hastings
Join astronomer Francis O’Reilly and Rich Steeves for this family-friendly moon and star-gazing event, Saturday, October 28, 6:30 pm, Draper Park. See the moon, the stars and Saturn through a telescope! Free event. Bring binoculars and a blanket (optional). Weather permitting. Check link above for weather updates.
Saturday, October 28 @ 8pm
Scarily Funky Dance Party | Purpl, Hastings
Shake off back-to-school and settle into some deeply groovy rhythms on 10/28 when DJ Marvilous returns to spin some Scarily Funky dance tunes. Whether you’re into boogie, go-go, hip-hop or just your good old 70s soul, help us fill the floor and put some regular dance parties on the calendar. Tickets on sale for $18 each!
Saturday, October 28, 10am–6pm & Sunday, October 29, 10am–5pm
Crafts at Purchase | 735 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase
Westchester’s best place to start holiday shopping for uncommon gifts! Grab your friends and come shop for extraordinary uncommon items and gifts from 100 elite, juried craftspeople from across the country! Find one-of-a-kind and limited edition clothing, jewelry, home decor pieces, photography and fine art; as well as functional and sculptural works in ceramics, glass, metal, wood, mixed media and more! NEW THIS YEAR: Enjoy gourmet foods to taste and bring home with items like artisan chocolates; bourbon barrel-aged maple syrups; truffle-infused condiments; and even handcrafted whiskey! Also, don’t miss demonstrations of yarn spinning and basket weaving!
Sunday, October 29, register @ 8:15am, race begins @ 9am
Ardsley SAYF Coalition 5K Run & Walk | Pascone Park, Ardsley
he Ardsley SAYF Coalition is hosting it’s 5K Run & Walk at Pascone Park, Sunday, October 29 at 8:15am. Come dressed as your favorite hero! The registration fee is $20 per person, proceeds go towards the Ardsley SAYF Coalition and the Ardsley Police Youth Prevention Services. Please visit sayfcoalition5k.eventbrite.com to register.
Sunday, October 29 from 11am–2pm (through December 10)
Reception: Art Exhibit: The Grateful Commute | The Donald Gallery, South Presbyterian Church, Dobbs Ferry
“The Grateful Commute” in Dobbs Ferry features artist Jane Lawrence’s paintings and multi-media collages inspired by her commute into Manhattan. Gallery hours: 10am–4pm daily.
Monday, October 30 @ 3:30pm
Spooky Tales: A Children’s Halloween Event | Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, Katonah
Come with your little ones to a riveting storytelling performance celebrating Halloween with Master Storyteller, Jonathan Kruk. Hear spooky but not-too-scary tales and join in on the telling with guided audience participation. Following the performance, a special brew (hot cider) and other ghostly treats (cookies) will be served in the Summer Dining Room. Come in costume! Prizes given to all! Ages 3–8.
Monday, October 30–-Sunday, November 12
Hudson Valley Restaurant Week | All Around the Hudson Valley
Hudson Valley Restaurant Week returns October 30th to November 12th. Be sure to make reservations early to snag a table. The two-week celebration of dining is an opportunity for chefs to flaunt their best fare, for diners to check out new restaurants and visit old favorites. Over 200 participating restaurants offer special three-course lunch and dinner menus for a fraction of the normal price. No passes, tickets or coupons are required. Reservations are highly recommended. Visit www.hudsonvalleyrestaurantweek.com for more details.
Friday, November 3 from 6pm–9pm
Spoken Interludes | Riverview, Hastings
Dinner & Reading – $30.00 cash at the door
Admission price goes to restaurant and venue; Spoken Interludes makes no money from events. At 7:15, if seats are still available, you may attend the reading without dinner for $10.00, but we are unable to take reservations for those seats. Books sold by The Village Bookstore of Pleasantville. Dinner 6pm–7:30pm, Readings 7:30pm–8:30pm, Signings 8:30pm–9pm from 6pm–10:30pm. Visit the site for event details.
Saturday, November 4 & Sunday, November 5 from 8am–4pm, rain or shine
Stormville Airpot Antique Show | Stormville Airport
This is a fun, family-friendly atmosphere that draws thousands of shoppers to each show. With acres and acres of merchandise our market offers a wide variety of bargains, treasures, and unique items for everyone.
Saturday, November 4 from 8pm–10pm
Asaran Earth Trio | South Presbyterian Church, Dobbs Ferry
Watch the Asaran Earth Trio perform music from around the world. This group of vocalists combine their personal music experiences, improvising, and folk elements to create original pieces that take “different traditions in new directions.”
Sunday, November 5 @ 2pm
“Religious Faith and Seafaring in Early America” | Dobbs Ferry Library
Lecture by SUNY Purchase Associate Professor of History, Dr. Laura Chmielewski, on “Religious Faith and Seafaring in Early America.” The lecture will be sponsored by the Dobbs Ferry Historical Society. Admission is free. 914-693-8498. Follow link above to download flyer.
Sunday, November 5 from 3pm–5pm
RiverArts Annual Party | Eileen Fisher Learning Lab, Irvington
Come celebrate with us a burgeoning RiverArts season! This year’s Annual Party will be held at the beautiful Eileen Fisher Learning Lab. The splendid views of the Hudson River from this venue reminded us of the work of Ellen Hopkins Fountain, who graciously is allowing us to use some of her images to commemorate this year’s Party.
Sunday, November 5, doors open/ potluck dinner at 4pm, music @ 5pm
House Concert Series: Cricket Blue | 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.
11/5 – the End of America
12/3 – Jaimee Harris
1/14 – Daisycutter
2/11 – Cole Nakoa & Treacher
3/11 – The Young Novelists
4/15 – Itamar Erez
Sunday, Nov. 5 @ 4pm
Poetry Reading: Carla Funk | Katonah Village Library
On Sunday, November 5, the Katonah Poetry Series will continue its 50th anniversary celebration with a reading by noted Canadian poet Carla Funk. Carla Funk was born and raised in Vanderhoof, British Columbia, one of the earliest Mennonite settlements in the province. She completed a BFA in Writing and English and an MA in English Literature at the University of Victoria, where she taught for more than fifteen years. For further information please visit www.katonahpoetry.com. Visit KPS on Facebook and Twitter. The Katonah Village Library is located at 26 Bedford Road, within easy walking distance of the Katonah Metro-North train station.
Sunday, November 12 from 10am–4pm
Hastings Flea | Hastings Metro North Commuter Lot
The Hastings Flea is a monthly fun-filled outdoor specialty market and community event, where you can find antiques, vintage finds, jewelry, crafts, home made soaps, comics, records and so much more! Plus, enjoy live music, food trucks, a bounce house and other surprises. Rummage through collectibles and discover unique crafts and gifts by local artisans.
Saturday, November 18 @ 8pm
Nevermore | Tarrytown Music Hall
Presented by Westchester Circus Arts. Poe’s, “The Raven” as you’ve never seen before. Nevermore tells the story of lost love and harrowing apparitions in a vivid series of aerial acrobatics and dream sequences. Witness gravity-defying storytelling in this circus-theater adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe’s, “the Raven.”
Sunday, November 19
Awaken Wellness Fair | DoubleTree by Hilton 455. S. Broadway, Tarrytown
The best-loved body, mind, spirit holistic expo, Awaken Wellness Fair, is back! In its 15th year of educating people about holistic wellness techniques, the Awaken Fair presents both ancient practices and cutting edge technology. Offering 100+ exhibitors, including compelling speakers, gifted healers, unique vendors and inspired readers, the Awaken Fair returns to Tarrytown NY on Sunday November 19, 2017. Two rooms of Speakers all day at no extra charge! For all the info, go to www.AwakenFair.com
Friday, November 24 through Sunday, December 31
Westchester’s Winter Wonderland 2017 | Kensico Dam Plaza, Valhalla
Celebrate the holidays close to home! Westchester’s Winter Wonderland is a one-of-a-kind holiday experience featuring the Santa Experience, unlimited skating on RangersTown Rink with skates included, Holiday Circus, great rides, fantastic local food trucks, dazzling light show and more!
December 9 @ 8pm
Darlingside | Irvington Town Hall Theater
Back in 2012, Darlingside was playing to crowds of 50, 60, 70 people at intimate folk coffeehouses. By 2015, Folk Alliance International had named them Artist of the Year, and critics from Rolling Stone, NPR and The New Yorker were singing their praises. And no wonder: the group’s stunning four-part harmonies and intricate arrangements will take your breath away.
Sunday, December 31 @ 11am & 4pm
Harlem Globetrotters | Westchester County Center, White Plains
The Original Harlem Globetrotters are preparing for their action-packed 2018 World Tour against the Washington Generals! A star-studded roster will have fans on the edge of their seats to experience the ball handling wizardry, basketball artistry and one-of-a-kind family entertainment that thrills fans of all ages. Prepare to be amazed as the Globetrotters showcase basketball’s first 4-point line, located 30 feet from the basket – 6 feet, 3 inches beyond the top of the NBA’s current 3-point line. You won’t want your family to miss it – buy your tickets today!