community events calendar

SEPTEMBER 9: 8-4:30PM
AUTUMN GAMES
A day of activities and athletic challenges for ages 55+. Join the fun, meet other like-minded people, and test your abilities! Pickleball, scavenger hunt, obstacle course, mahjong, etc. A program of Phelps Hospital and town of Mt. Pleasant. Mt. Pleasant Community Center, 125 Lozza Drive, Valhalla. 914-366-3937 or email ewoods@pmhc.us

SEPTEMBER 10: 2PM
LIRIC OPEN HOUSE
Discover the many Fall programs offered by LIRIC – Learning in Retirement at Iona College and meet course presenters. Parking available in Iona Parking Garage. Spellman Hall, Iona College, New Rochelle, 914-633-2675; www.iona.edu/liric

SEPTEMBER 10: 10AM-2PM
BICYLCE SUNDAYS
Bronx River Parkway open just for bicyclists, joggers, walkers, foot scooters, strollers from Exit 22 at the County Center to Exit 4 at Scarsdale Rd. in Yonkers. Round trip total of 13 miles. parks.westchestergov.com

SEPTEMBER 10: 10AM-4PM
HASTINGS FLEA MARKET
The Hastings Flea is a curated specialty flea market that features regular and rotating vendors, a few food vendors, as well as live music and entertainment through out the day. 131 Southside Ave. (communter parking lot) Hastings-on-Hudson; hastingsflea@gmail.com; hastingsflea.com

SEPTEMBER 13: 8:30-10AM
SENIOR BREAKFAST SERIES
Topic to be determined. Call for more information. Burke Rehabilitation Hospital, Billings Building/ Rosedale Conference Room, 785 Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains. 914-597-2848; burke.org/community/community-calendar

SEPTEMBER 15-17: 10AM-5/6PM
FALL CRAFTS AT LYNDHURST
Showcases over 275 modern American makers, artists, designers and craftspeople selling their exciting contemporary creations and is a celebration of all things handmade. A full day art and shopping experience for the entire family including interactive kids activities, delicious gourmet foods and concessions, hands-on demonstrations and more. Rain or shine. Lyndhurst Mansion, Tarrytown. 914-631-4481; lyndhurst.org

SEPTEMBER 16: 8PM
ROBERT KLEIN
Robert Klein has entertained audiences for more than 40 years, and continues to have an acclaimed career in comedy, on Broadway, on TV and in film. Paramount Theater, 1008 Brown St., Peekskill; 914-739-0039; paramounthudsonvalley.com

SEPTEMBER 17
PURPLE SUNDAY
Purple Sunday is an initiative that aims to increase Alzheimer’s Awareness in the Hispanic and African-American communities through houses of worship. Anyone interested in having their congregation participate should contact Jonelle Ward at 914.839.0180 or joward@alz.org. www.alzhudsonvalley.org/purplesunday and on Facebook at Hudson Valley Purple Sunday.

SEPTEMBER 17: 10AM-2PM
BICYLCE SUNDAYS
Bronx River Parkway open just for bicyclists, joggers, walkers, foot scooters, strollers from Exit 22 at the County Center to Exit 4 at Scarsdale Rd. in Yonkers. Round trip total of 13 miles. Parking available at the County Center; parks.westchestergov.com

SEPTEMBER 17: 2PM
EVERYTHING I NEVER WANTED
Book launch for local Westchester Resident Barbara Santarelli, for her book “Everything I Never Wanted, A Memoir of Excess.” Meet the author – a former White Plains school nurse – at Barnes & Noble, Vernon Hills Shopping Center, Eastchester/Scarsdale. everythingineverwantedbook.com

SEPTEMBER 19: 10AM
SENIOR STEPS: BALANCE
Free balance screenings. Appointment required. Phelps campus, N. Broadway, 755 Building, Room 225, Sleepy Hollow; 914-366-3937 or email ewoods@pmhc.us to register.

SEPTEMBER 19: 10AM-2PM
LIVEABLE COMMUNITIES FAIR
Music, movement, discussion, interactive learning with inspired thinkers and doers. Complimentary light lunch. Mount Pleasant Community Center, 125 Lozza Drive, Valhalla. Mor info: 914-813-6263 or jqsu@westchestergov.com

SEPTEMBER 19: 6:15PM
COMEDY NIGHT
Six comics for a night of great dining and outrageous comedy! Adult Humor (18+). Westchester Broadway Theatre, Elmsford; 914-592-2268; broadwaytheatre.com

SEPTEMBER 22: 9AM-2PM
NATIONAL FALL PREVENTION AWARENESS DAY
Workshops on how falls are preventable, basics of balance, activities to improve your balance such as tai chi, Stay Strong and Fit exercise program, and line dancing. If you have fallen or are concerned about falling, this program will help you reduce your fall risk. Hosted by Phelps Hospital, the Town of Mount Pleasant and Senator Murphy. Mt. Pleasant Community Center in Valhalla. Contact Ellen at 914-366-3937 or ewoods3@northwell.edu to register or for more information.

SEPTEMBER 23: 11AM-5PM
WARTBURG FALL FESTIVAL
Food trucks, live entertainment, craft vendors/ shopping, farmers market, alumni homecoming. Rain or shine. Free admission. Wartburg Campus, Mt. Vernon. wartburg.com

SEPTEMBER 23: 11AM-4PM
FALL FESTIVAL
Live entertainment, classic car show, raffle baskets, kid zone, bake sale, food. To benefit the Yorktown Food Pantry- please donate canned and dried foods. The Seabury at Fieldhome, 2276 Catherine St., Cortlandt Manor; 914-739-2244 x5501; fieldhome.com

SEPTEMBER 23
38TH WHEEL CHAIR GAMES
For over three decades wheelchair athletes of all ages head to Burke Rehabilitation Hospital to participate in the annual Wheelchair Games. Burke’s campus is transformed into a unique forum for sportsmanship, camaraderie, and determination. Disabled persons show their ability in track, field and table tennis events. Helps athletes build strength, coordination, endurance, self-confidence, allowing those with physical impairments the ability to stay active and to enjoy the competition. 785 Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains. 914-597-2848; burke.org/community/community-calendar

SEPTEMBER 24: 10AM-2PM
BICYLCE SUNDAYS
Bronx River Parkway open just for bicyclists, joggers, walkers from Exit 22 at the County Center to Exit 4 at Scarsdale Rd. in Yonkers. Park at the County Center; parks.westchestergov.com

SEPTEMBER 24: 9AM
WALK TO END ALZHEIMER’S
Join the fight for Alzheimer’s first survivor! Register and raise funds with a team or as an individual at westchesterwalk.org to #ENDALZ. SUNY Purchase- West Lawn, 735 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase. westchesterwalk.org

SEPTEMBER 24: 11AM-5PM
CLASSIC & COLLECTIBLE CAR SHOW
Variety of classic and collectible cars, street rods, motorcycles, restored to mint condition; trophies for best vehicles. Cancelled in event of rain. Glen Island Park, New Rochelle. Registration from 9am-noon. Call 914-260-9274, 914-666-2057 for info.
SEPTEMBER 25: 6PM
EARRING WORKSHOP
Make earrings for yourself and for a Battered Women’s Shelter. Optional: Bring any old bead jewelry that you can recycle into earrings! If you have any jewelry making tools, bring them along too. For Adults & Teens & Tweens. Please register online or at the reference desk.John C. Hart Memorial Library, Shrub Oak. 914-245-5262 ext 227; yorktownlibrary.org

SEPTEMBER 26: 6:30PM
DEMYSTIFYING MEDICARE
Help for those on Medicare and people who will be turning 65. Reviews the various parts of Medicare and costs. Covers Original Medicare, Advantage Plans, drug plans, supplemental plans, cost-saving programs. Phelps Hospital Auditorium; 914-366-3937 or email ewoods@pmhc.us to register.

SEPTEMBER 26: 6:15PM
THE DUPREES
Enjoy The Duprees’ biggest chart hits and most memorable songs such as “You Belong To Me”, “Take Me As I Am”, “My Own True Love” & “Please Let Her Know” and other great hits! Featuring an opening comedian! Westchester Broadway Theatre, Elmsford; 914-592-2268; broadwaytheatre.com

SEPTEMBER 28: 7:30PM
CHICAGO
Considered one of the longest running and most successful pop/rock ‘n’ roll groups in history, Chicago is the highest charting American band in Billboard Magazine’s list of Top 100 artists of all time, coming in at #13. The Palace Theatre, 61 Atlantic St., Stamford, CT. 203-325-4466. palacestamford.org

SEPTEMBER 30: 2-4PM
TARALLI DOLCI
Taralli dolci are a variation from the traditional taralli recipe. Learn how to prepare these special and delicous taralli dolci sure to delight everyone! Presented by Cathy Blanco.Call for class cost. Westchester Italian Cultural Center, Tuckahoe. 914-771-8700; wiccny.org

OCTOBER 2: 7-9PM
OSTEOPOROSIS AWARENESS
Provides support to individuals suffering from osteoporosis as well as information to those interested in learning ways to decrease their risk of their disease. Burke Rehabilitation Hospital, Billings Building/ Rosedale Room; , 785 Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains. 914-725-5229 or susanisworking@hotmail.com; burke.org/community/community-calendar
OCTOBER 4: 10:30AM-3PM
GOLDEN HARVEST
DANCE & TALENT SHOW
Dance to the Golden Oldies, Big Bands, Salsa. Reservations requ. for lunch and table seating. Westchester County Detp. of Senior Programs and Services at Westchester County Ctr., White Plains. 914-813-6300. events.westchestergov.com

OCTOBER 7: 10AM-3PM
HARVEST FEST
Celebrates the best of the farm in fall. Enjoy activities, crafts, live music, and seasonal fare from local vendors. Cooking activities, educational tours, live music, square dancing, farm demonstrations. Strict No Dogs policy. Stone Barns Center, 630 Bedford Rd., Pocantico Hills. 914 366 6200; stonebarnscenter.org

OCTOBER 9: 6:15PM
A MUSICAL JOURNEY THROUGH ITALY
Starring Franco Corso. Dubbed “The Voice of Romance”, baritone Frank Corso, the Italian-born singing sensation brings his show to WBT. Corso’s selections range the Italian romantic songs – “Volare” and “Quando Quando” combined with favorites such as “My Way” and “You Raise Me Up.” Guests: Comedian, Uncle Floyd and World Champion Accordionist, Mario Tacca. Westchester Broadway Theatre, Elmsford; 914-592-2268; broadwaytheatre.com

OCTOBER 12: 8PM
STEPHEN STILLS
& JUDY COLLINS
The two icons of folk will celebrate the golden anniversary of their formative time together. Their joint tour marks the first time ever Stills and Collins have been onstage together. For this once in a lifetime experience, the two music legends will pull from their rich catalogs, debut songs from their new album. Tarrytown Music Hall. 914-631-3390; tarrytownmusichall.org

OCTOBER 13: 8PM
SIDELINE
Sideline plays songs you love performed in a way that makes audiences understand why these pickers and singers are A-tier bluegrass artists, loved and adored by fans around the world. Emelin Theatre, 153 Library Lane, Mamaroneck. 914-698-0098; emelin.org

OCTOBER 17: 9AM-1PM
SENIOR LAW DAY –
WHITE PLAINS
Free advice and seminars from attorneys, financial planners and advisors. Free. Westchester County Detp. of Senior Programs and Services at Westchester County Ctr., White Plains. 914-813-6400. events.westchestergov.com

OCTOBER 17: 2-4PM
MINESTRA DI ZUCCA
Minestra di Zucca is a delicate comfort food. A soup made withb pumkin, potatoes and aromatic herbs that give it a very particular aromatic flavor. Presented by Cathy Blanco. Call for class cost. Westchester Italian Cultural Center, Tuckahoe. 914-771-8700; wiccny.org

OCTOBER 19: 7PM
ROAD OF RETIREMENT:
RETIREMENT INCOME PLANNING
Learn about developing and following a retirement income plan that balances current lifestyle and long-term sustainability of your investment portfolio. This presentation will cover the value of dividends in a retirement portfolio, how to build a cash flow reserve ladder, implementing an endowment style spending policy and a prudent plan to preserve purchasing power in retirement. Presentation by Paul Tramontozzi, a Certified Financial Planner, as part of the Scarsdale Adult School. Scarsdale High School, 2 Brewster Rd., Scarsdale, Scarsdale Adult School. 914-723-2325; registrar@scarsdaleadultschool.org

OCTOBER 20: 8PM
RICKIE LEE JONES
Two time Grammy winner, her latest album The Other Side of Desire was written, recorded and rooted in the city of New Orleans Emelin Theatre, 153 Library Lane, Mamaroneck. 914-698-0098; emelin.org
OCTOBER 24: 6:15PM
THE DRIFTERS and TRIBUTE TO THE PLATTERS
Enjoy Your Favorite Music In a Nostalgic Night of Fabulous Hits!
The Drifters, one of the most successful and beloved singing groups of all time feature “There Goes My Baby”, “This Magic Moment“, “Some Kind Of Wonderful” and much more! Tribute to the Platters, featuring “Only You”, “My Prayer”, “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes” and much more! Westchester Broadway Theatre, Elmsford; 914-592-2268; broadwaytheatre.com

OCTOBER 28: 8 & 11PM
ROCKY HORROR PIC SHOW
In the cult classic, sweethearts Brad and Janet discover the eerie mansion of a transvestite scientist. Story told through elaborate dance and rock songs. Paramount Theater, 1008 Brown St., Peekskill; 914-739-0039; paramounthudsonvalley.com

OCTOBER 28 & 29: 10AM-5PM
CRAFTS AT PURCHASE
Oe-of-a-kind and limited edition: jewelry, clothing, accessories, home decor pieces, functional and sculptural works in ceramics, glass, metal, painting, photography, wood and mixed media. New this year: a small selection of gourmet specialties.Performing Arts Center, SUNY Purchase, 735 Anderson Hill Rd.l 845-331-7900; artrider.com

OCTOBER 29: 7PM
ALTON BROWN: EAT YOUR SCIENCE
Food Network star. Fans can expect all-new everything including songs, multimedia presentations, talk-show antics, and bigger and better potentially dangerous food demonstrations. Brown mixes together a perfect base of science, music and food in two hours of pure entertainment. The Palace Theatre, 61 Atlantic St., Stamford, CT. 203-325-4466. palacestamford.org

OCTOBER 30: 6:15PM
THE EXTREME MAGIC OF ERIC WILZIG
Combining an explosive mix of cutting-edge illusions, daring escapes, outrageous stunts, and cool music, the show can only be labeled as intensely entertaining and totally different than anything else out there today!Westchester Broadway Theatre, Elmsford; 914-592-2268; broadwaytheatre.com

NOVEMBER 3: 8PM
CINEMA TWAIN
Val Kilmer will appear in person to introduce the 90-minute screening of his one-man play about Mark Twain. Kilmer transforms himself into the “First American,” Mark Twain, in a comedic and moving performance, based on the life of the man, Samuel Clemens, and his writings as Mark Twain. Question and answer period with audience follows the screening. Tarrytown Music Hall. 914-631-3390; tarrytownmusichall.org

NOVEMBER 4: 1PM
WHY NOT WRITE A BOOK
You’ll learn about getting those first words on paper, setting up a schedule, writing an outline, editing your work, doing research, rewrites and getting published. Led by best-selling author Rich Mintzer who has over 70 published non-fiction books as an author or ghostwriter. Please register for this program online or at the reference desk. John C. Hart Memorial Library, Shrub Oak. 914-245-5262 ext 227; yorktownlibrary.org

NOVEMBER 9: 8:30-10AM
SENIOR BREAKFAST SERIES
Topic to be determined. Call for more information. Burke Rehabilitation Hospital, Billings Building/ Rosedale Conference Room, 785 Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains. 914-597-2848; burke.org/community/community-calendar

NOVEMBER 11: 8PM
JACKIE MASON
The prototypical borscht belt comedian, Jackie Mason deftly blends self-deprecating humility with abrasive arrogance to acutely dissect the differences between Jewish and Gentile culture. All new political material. Tarrytown Music Hall. 914-631-3390; tarrytownmusichall.org

NOVEMBER 12: 10AM-4PM
HASTINGS FLEA MARKET
The Hastings Flea is a curated specialty flea market that features regular and rotating vendors, a few food vendors, as well as live music and entertainment through out the day. 131 Southside Ave. (communter parking lot) Hastings-on-Hudson; hastingsflea@gmail.com; hastingsflea.com

NOVEMBER 14: 11:15AM
THE IMPERSONATORS
An Evening w/ Cher, Billy Joel, Midler, Streisand & many more. Las Vegas Impersonators The Edwards Twins. All your favorite legendary Superstars come alive; Sonny & Cher, Billy Joel, Elton John, Bette Midler, Barbra Streisand, Neil Diamond, Lionel Richie, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Lady Gaga, Celine Dion, Rod Stewart, and more. Westchester Broadway Theatre, Elmsford; 914-592-2268; broadwaytheatre.com

NOVEMBER 17: 8PM
THE HIT MEN
The Hit Men perform a Billboard Chart topping show of songs to which you danced, dated, sang along and knew every word.The Hit Men are not a tribute band. They are the actual musicians and singers you heard on the original records of Carole King, Cat Stevens, Frankie Valli and others. Tarrytown Music Hall. 914-631-3390; tarrytownmusichall.org
NOVEMBER 18: 2-4PM
ANGINETTI
Anginetti or Italian Lemon Drop cookies. Soft , light pillow of goodness, these are the Italian cookies everyone sees on holiday trays and on tables at Italian weddings. Presented by Cathy Blanco. Call for class cost. Westchester Italian Cultural Center, Tuckahoe. 914-771-8700; wiccny.org

NOVEMBER 17: 8PM
GEORGE WINSTON
Grammy award-winning concert pianist and world-renowned recording artist returns to the EmelinEmelin Theatre, Mamaroneck. 914-698-0098; emelin.org

NOVEMBER 18: 8PM
PRESLEY, PERKINS, LEWIS, CASH
The group pays tribute to and celebrates the legendary Sun Records recording artists. From Blue Suede Shoes and Hound Dog to Great Balls of Fire and Walk the Line – pure 1950s rock and roll. Paramount Theater, Peekskill; 914-739-0039; paramounthudsonvalley.com

NOVEMBER 20: 6:15PM
COMEDY NIGHT
Six popular comics for a night of great dining and outrageous comedy! Adult Humor (18+). Westchester Broadway Theatre, Elmsford; 914-592-2268; broadwaytheatre.com

NOVEMBER 21: 10AM
SENIOR STEPS: PULMONARY
Health Screenings for seniors. Phelps Hospital, N. Broadway, 755 Building, Pulmonary Lab, Sleepy Hollow; 914-366-3937 or email ewoods@pmhc.us for more information and to register.

NOVEMBER 25: 10:30AM-NOON
NAPLES UNDERGROUND
A Brief History of Naples from its early origins through WWII.  Explore the underground where thousands of Neapolitans spent many months while being bombed, and the impressive Catacombs of San Gennaro. Presented by Toni McKeen.Call for class cost. Westchester Italian Cultural Center, Tuckahoe. 914-771-8700; wiccny.org

NOVEMBER 27: 6PM
EARRING WORKSHOP
Make earrings for yourself and for a Battered Women’s Shelter. Optional: Bring old bead jewelry you can recycle into earrings! If Jewelry making tools? Bring them along too. For Adults & Teens & Tweens. Please register online or at the reference desk.John C. Hart Memorial Library, Shrub Oak. 914-245-5262 ext 227; yorktownlibrary.org

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