winter arts and entertainment calendar

Our tremendous listing for December through February: from comedy, dance, music, theater to holiday fairs, museum happenings… and the list goes on, right here:

COMEDY, TALENT, SPECIAL EVENTS

DECEMBER 14: 8PM
LOUIE ANDERSON
Experience one of the country’s most recognized and adored comics, deliver his inimitable brand of humor and warmth, live on stage. Emelin Theatre, 153 Library Lane, Mamaroneck. 914-698-0098; emelin.org

DECEMBER 22: 8PM
A MAGICAL CIRQUE CHRISTMAS
A holiday entertainment blockbuster set to dazzle audiences of all ages. Featuring the best talent from around the globe, A Magical Cirque Christmasthis show has it all – jaw-dropping magic, breathtaking circus acts, and the most angelic voices singing your favorite Christmas carols with live musicians on stage. The Palace Theatre, 61 Atlantic St., Stamford, CT; 203-325-4466; palacestamford.org

DECEMBER 28: 8PM
SINBAD
Sinbad has starred in two Comedy Central specials and four HBO comedy specials, has been featured in films such as Jingle All the Way and Good Burger, and on the series It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Paramount Hudson Valley, 1008 Brown St., Peekskill; 914-739-0039; paramounthudsonvalley.com

JANUARY 18: 8PM
THE BOOK OF MORON
Are you craving some satire that cuts with a clever intelligent edge? Then buckle up for a hilarious joy ride over the pot-holed highways of cultural hypocrisy with Robert Dubac’s The Book of Moron. The Palace Theatre, 61 Atlantic St., Stamford, CT; 203-325-4466; palacestamford.org

FEBRUARY 1: 8PM
VIC DIBITETTO
Back after a sold-out show in 2017! An incredibly powerful performer, comedian Vic DiBitetto churns energy, honesty and humanity into nonstop laughter. He’s been called a cross between Rodney Dangerfield and Ralph Kramden.Ridgefield Playhouse, 80 East Ridge, Ridgefield, CT; 203-438-5795; ridgefieldplayhouse.org

WEDNESDAYS DEC. 12;
JAN. 16 & 30; FEB 13 & 27
COMEDY NIGHT
Laugh out loud with the funniest performers from across the nation. Tickets start at just $5 for Empire Club members and come with a free beverage. Get your tickets night-of at Empire City Casino, 810 Yonkers Ave, Yonkers; www.empirecitycasino.com

 

DANCE, MUSIC, THEATER, FILM

WEDNESDAYS: 12 & 2PM
OLDIES, BIG BAND, SWING
Take an afternoon break and head on over for the best oldies, big-band, and swing music in the area. Free in the Entertainment Lounge. Empire City Casino, Yonkers; www.empirecitycasino.com

SUNDAYS: 8PM
LATIN NIGHT
Enjoy some of the hottest Latin and Salsa bands in the metro area. Free in the main floor Entertainment Lounge. Empire City Casino, Yonkers; www.empirecitycasino.com

DECEMBER 5-22
THE PIANIST OF WILLESDEN LANE
Grammy-nominated pianist and storyteller Mona Golabek shares the gripping, biographical tale of her mother’s escape from Vienna in 1938. When the young Jewish piano prodigy finds her dreams threatened by the looming war, she escapes to England on the Kindertransport. Ms. Golabek tells an incomparable true story while interweaving the music of Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy, and even a little Gershwin in this elegant and beautiful production. Westport Country Playhouse, Westport, CT; 203-227-4177; westportplayhouse.org

DECEMBER 6: 8PM
LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM
Buckingham is one of the great guitar players and songwriters of our time, a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, 3-time Grammy winner and Fleetwood Mac producer, guitarist, vocalist and songwriter. Paramount Hudson Valley, 1008 Brown St., Peekskill; 914-739-0039; paramounthudsonvalley.com

DECEMBER 7: 8PM
DAVID PARMLEY & CARDINAL TRADITION
This talented bluegrass band delivers old favorites that gets the whole audience moving. Parmley’s soulful voice leads this veteran ensemble of top flight musicians. Emelin Theatre, Mamaroneck. 914-698-0098; emelin.org

DECEMBER 8: 5PM
ORPHEUS CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Music by the tragically short-lived Hans Rott gives a tantalizing taste of a rising star admired by Bruckner and Mahler; British cellist Steven Isserlis, whose playing navigates a dizzying spectrum of unabashed emotions in C.P.E. Bach’s Cello Concerto in A Major.Purchase College Performing Arts Center, 735 Anderson Hill Rd. Purchase; 914-251-6200; artscenter.org

DECEMBER 9: 7:30PM
CHRISTMAS WITH THE CELTS
This holiday show features a mix of lively traditional Irish music and instrumentation with American pop music and their own originals, along with ancient Irish and Scottish carols and traditional Christmas favorites. Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield, CT; 203-438-5795; ridgefieldplayhouse.org

DECEMBER 14-30
MR. DICKENS TELLS A CHRISTMAS CAROL
Recreates Charles Dickens’ own performances of the classic tale that brings the travails of Ebenezer Scrooge, Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim alive. Taken from Dickens’ original script, the well-loved tale is performed as guests travel throughout the main floor of Lyndhurst mansion “meeting” the different spirits and characters. Lyndhurst, 635 S. Broadway, Tarrytown; 1-888-718-4253 opt. 1; lyndhurst.org

DECEMBER 14: 8PM
A BRONX TALE
Chazz Palminteri performs his one-man stage version of the hit movie and recent Broadway musical A Bronx Tale. Based on his childhood memories of working men and gangsters in the Italian-American neighborhood where he grew up. Tarrytown Music Hall, Tarrytown; 914.631.3390 ext.100; tarrytownmusichall.org

DECEMBER 14: 8PM
CAROL OF THE KING
Featuring Irish dancers and musicians, Carol of the King brings an original Christmas story of love and salvation to life – transporting audiences to a mystical time and place of heroes and redemption. The dance troupe performs fast hard shoe rhythms and soft shoe jigs to an original orchestral soundtrack. Paramount Hudson Valley, 1008 Brown St., Peekskill; 914-739-0039; paramounthudsonvalley.com

DECEMBER 14: 8PM
JUDY COLLINS HOLIDAY & HIITS
Judy Collins, now 76, is as creatively vigorous as ever – writing, touring worldwide, and nurturing fresh talent. She is also an accomplished filmmaker, record label head, musical mentor, and an in-demand keynote speaker for mental health and suicide prevention. She continues to create music of hope and healing that lights up the world and speaks to the heart. Bethel, NY; 866-781-2922; bethelwoodscenter.org

DECEMBER 14-15: 8PM
ROB MATHES HOLIDAY CONCERT
This annual celebration featuring Mathes, plus his all-star band, choir, and special guest stars, is a high-energy evening of rock, jazz, and blues – original tunes and holiday classics that will put you in the spirit of the season. Purchase College Performing Arts Center; 914-251-6200; artscenter.org

DECEMBER 15 & 16: 1 & 5PM
THE NUTCRACKER
Join Clara Stahlbaum as she travels with her Uncle Drosselmeyer thru the Land of the Snowflakes to the Land of the Sweets and back. Along the way, she meets exciting characters danced by the professional Connecticut Ballet corps de ballets and finally, the Sugar Plum Fairy and Her Cavalier danced by guest stars from American Ballet Theatre and NYCBallet.. The Palace Theatre, Stamford, CT; 203-325-4466; palacestamford.org

DECEMBER 15: 8PM
CHRISTOPHER JACKSON
Originating the role in the Broadway phenomenon, Hamilton, Jackson is a Tony nominated actor, Grammy and Emmy award winning songwriter and composer. Starred in numerous Broadway productions including Lion King and now in the CBS drama, Bull. Emelin Theatre, Mamaroneck. 914-698-0098; emelin.org

DECEMBER 16: 3PM
MEMORIES & PREMONITIONS
Sounds and spirits of the past often inhabit the music of the present. The ghosts of Wolfgang Mozart, Johannes Brahms, klezmer, ragtime, Peruvian folk music, and Hindustani vocal music hover over works by William Albright, Gabriela Lena Fand and 2012 fellow Reena Esmail. Copland House, 1538 Washington St, Cortlandt; 914-788-4659; coplandhouse.org

DECEMBER 16: 3PM
WINTER POPS
The exuberant maestra and Rockland native Rachael Worby has been Music Director of the Pasadena Pops, Wheeling Symphony, Carnegie Hall’s Young People’s Concerts, guest-conducts around the world. Joining her will be Time for Three (violists Nicolas Kendall and Charles Yang, bassist Ranaan Meyer). Westchester Philharmonic, Performing Arts Center, Purchase College; 914-682-3707; westchesterphil.org

DECEMBER 16: 3PM
SYMPHONY OF WESTCHESTER
All Baroque Program: Johann Sebastian Bach – Air; from Suite No. 3, BWV 1068 in D Major; Brandenburg Concerto no. 3, BWV 1048 in G Major; Antonio Vivaldi – The Four Seasons. Alexander Abayev, violin. Murphy Auditorium, Iona College, New Rochelle; 914-654-4926; thesymphonyofwestchester.org

DECEMBER 17 & 18: 1 & 8PM
HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR
Las Vegas’ number one impersonators- your favorite legendary Superstars come alive in Christmas with The Stars. Sonny & Cher, Neil Diamond, Johnny Mathis, Rod Stewart, Bette Midler, Barbra Streisand, Andrea Bocelli, Tom Jones, and many many more all in one show. All live vocals. Westchester Broadway Theatre, Elmsford; 914-592-2268; broadwaytheatre.com

DECEMBER 22: 8PM
A MAGICAL CIRQUE CHRISTMAS
Jaw-dropping magic, breathtaking circus acts, and the most angelic voices singing your favorite Christmas carols with incredible live musicians on stage. Be transported to the golden age of entertainment by the mind-blowing talents, stunning costumes, comedy and more.. The Palace Theatre, Stamford, CT; 203-325-4466; palacestamford.org

THRU DECEMBER 23
A CHRISTMAS CAROL
This new musical adaptation of the Charles Dickens Classic features an original score as well as many of the traditional carols we love to sing. See Scrooge and Tiny Tim and all of the timeless characters we’ve all grown to know and love, including a surprising new twist and lots of dancing! Westchester Broadway Theatre, Elmsford; 914-592-2268; broadwaytheatre.com

FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS: 6PM
THRU DECEMBER 25 THE MERRY CAROLERS
Stop by the casino’s valet entrance and watch The Merry Carolers perform your favorite holiday tunes for free every Friday and Saturday through Christmas. Empire City Casino, Yonkers; www.empirecitycasino.com

DECEMBER 21-JANUARY 31
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
Showcasing spectacular costumes and scenery, this show is based on the Academy Award-winning animated Disney feature, with songs including “Be Our Guest”, “Gaston” and of course “Beauty and the Beast.” White Plains Performing Arts Center, 11 City Place, 3rd flr, White Plains; 914-328-1600; wppac.com

DECEMBER 27-JANUARY 27
PHANTOM
Based on Gaston Leroux’s love story, Phantom tells the story of how Erik became the tortured figure underneath the Paris Opera House. Told with passion, emotion, and luxurious music, Phantom reveals the heart of this disfigured musical genius and his love for Christine, the Opera’s beautiful ingénue. Westchester Broadway Theatre, Elmsford; 914-592-2268; broadwaytheatre.com

DECEMBER 28: 8PM
MOONDANCE
A tribute to Van Morrison, featuring classic tunes like Brown Eyed Girl, Moondance, Domino, It Stoned Me, Tupelo Honey, Wild Night, Into The Mystic, Caravan Tarrytown Music Hall, Tarrytown; 914.631.3390 ext.100; tarrytownmusichall.org

JANUARY 16: 1PM
TO CATCH A THIEF
Starring Grace Kelly and Cary Grant. To keep a wave of thefts from being pinned on him, a reformed jewel thief living in high style on the French Riviera must ferret out the true culprit. Oscar winner for Best Cinematography. Jacob Burns Film Center, 364 Manville Rd., Pleasantville; 914-747-5555; burnsfilmcenter.org

JANUAARY 16 & 17 AND FEBRUARY 14: 12 NOON
PLAY WITH YOUR FOOD
Enjoy a gourmet buffet lunch and then settle in for a program of clever, provocative one-act plays by both classic and contemporary playwrights and read by professional actors. Greenwich Arts Council, 299 Greenwich Ave., Greenwich, CT; 203-293-8729; jibproductions.org

JANUARY 18: 8PM
Luann de Lesseps COUNTESS & FRIENDS
Countess Luann is a reality television star, author, actress, singer and mother. An original cast member of Bravo’s hit TV show The Real Housewives of NY, Luann just finished filming her tenth season. Most recently Luann appeared in her first cabaret show #Countess And Friends at Feinstein’s 54 Below. After rave reviews, demand grows for more shows as they continue to sell out. Tarrytown Music Hall, Tarrytown; 914.631.3390 ext.100; tarrytownmusichall.org

JANUARY 19: 8PM
CHAMBER MUSIC
The program features the musicians of The New Choral Sociey orchestra in an intimate setting. Conducted by Dr. John T. King, the music is sure to warm on a cold winter’s night. Hitchcock Presbyterian Church, 6 Greenacres Ave., Scarsdale; 914-725-1678; newchoralsociety.org

JANUARY 19: 8PM
GINA CHAVEZ
A multi-ethnic Latin pop sensation, Chavez is a nine-time Austin Music Award winner — including 2015 Musician of the Year and Album of the Year for her sophomore release, Up.Rooted, a passionate collection of bilingual songs traversing cumbia, bossa nova, vintage pop, reggaeton, and folk. Chavez’s songs take audiences on a journey through the Americas, expertly blending sounds with tension and grace. Purchase College Performing Arts Center; 914-251-6200; artscenter.org

JANUARY 26: 8PM
LEADING LADIES OF BROADWAY
An all-new concert event created exclusively for the Emelin featuring such Broadway singers as Rona Figueroa (Les Miserables; Miss Saigon), Sara Jean Ford (Phantom; Cats; How to Succeed in Business), Tony Award nominee and Drama Desk Award winner Anika Larsen (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical; RENT) and Kissy Simmons (The Lion King). Emelin Theatre, Mamaroneck. 914-698-0098; emelin.org

JANUARY 31: 7:30PM
WESTCHESTER CHORDSMEN
This event features the renowned Westchester-based a cappella group, founded in 1953. Their musical repertoire extends beyond its barbershop style roots to Broadway show tunes, doo-wop, traditional, gospel and contemporary songs arranged in four part a cappella harmony. Emelin Theatre, Mamaroneck. 914-698-0098; emelin.org

JANUARY 31-FEBRUARY 24
AIN’T MISBEHAVIN’
The Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s and ’30s comes to life in this three-time Tony Award-winning musical revue. Experience the heart and soul of Harlem where the onset of swing joined ranks with the rhythms of ragtime and the passions of jazz, creating an explosive musical movement – through the timeless music of Thomas “Fats” Waller. Westchester Broadway Theatre, Elmsford; 914-592-2268; broadwaytheatre.com

FEBRUARY 2: 8PM
DIAVOLO: ARCHITECTURE IN MOTION
Leaping, flying, and falling, this contemporary dance company utilizes trust, teamwork, and imagination in large, surreal architectural playgrounds to create metaphors of life through dance and movement. Their awe-inspiring works explore how we are affected emotionally, physically, and socially by the spaces we inhabit. Purchase College Performing Arts Center; 914-251-6200; artscenter.org

FEBRUARY 7: 7:30PM
LADYSMITH BLACK MAMBAZO
The group sings from a traditional music called Isicathamiya (Is-cot-a-ME-Ya), which developed in the mines of South Africa. Ladysmith has recorded with Paul Simon, Stevie Wonder, Dolly Parton, Sarah McLachlan, Josh Groban, Emmylou Harris, Melissa Etheridge, and many others. Emelin Theatre, 153 Library Lane, Mamaroneck. 914-698-0098; emelin.org

FEBRUARY 10: 3PM
FRIENDS & FAMILY CONCERT
The incomparable Savion Glover, who first gained notice as the Tap Dance Kid, created and starred in the Broadway smash Bring in Da’ Noise, Bring in Da’ Funk, and is the human dancing force behind the animated motion picture Happy Feet, will bring his unique and acclaimed artistry to the Phil for an unforgettable afternoon of music, tap dance, and the fireworks! Westchester Philharmonic, Performing Arts Center, Purchase College; 914-682-3707; westchesterphil.org

FEBRUARY 14: 8PM
ABBA DANCING DREAM VALENTINE’S DAY CONCERT
The Dancing Dream tribute band electrifies audiences of all ages with the best ABBA hits “Mamma Mia”, “Dancing Queen,” “Take a Chance,” “Fernando” and more. Beautiful harmonies, elaborate costumes and exciting choreography. Westchester Broadway Theatre, Elmsford; 914-592-2268; broadwaytheatre.com

FEBRUARY 15: 8PM
FRANK SOLIVAN & DIRTY KITCHEN
Part of the Bluegrass Series, this award-winning band brings astounding instrumentals, sky high vocals and a towering stage presence. Solivan has a bluesy edge to a repertoire of modern bluegrass along with reimagined traditional favorites. Emelin Theatre, Mamaroneck. 914-698-0098; emelin.org

FEBRUARY 16: 8PM
ROBIN SPIELBERG
Treat your Valentine to a romantic ”Piano Parlour Soiree” with Steinway Artist Robin Spielberg. Performing music from her vast repertoire of popular American melodies and original favorites, Robin’s concerts intertwine captivating music with stories that inspire and make us laugh. Purchase College Performing Arts Center; 914-251-6200; artscenter.org

FEBRUARY 23: 8PM
1964 THE TRIBUTE
Rolling Stone Magazine has called 1964 The Tribute the “best Beatles tribute on earth.” 1964 is an accurate re-creation from the live songs, voices, instruments, suits, and even haircuts. Choosing songs from the pre-Sgt. Pepper era, he show recreates an early 60’s live Beatles concert, with period instruments, clothing, hairstyles, and onstage banter. The Palace Theatre, Stamford, CT; 203-325-4466; palacestamford.org

FEBRUARY 28: 7:30PM
NEW ORLEANS PIANO NIGHT
It’s Piano Night as Westchester musicians Kristina Koller, Todd Nocera, Dinah Vero and more, celebrate Mardi Gras and the spirit of New Orleans. Come for an evening of blues, jazz, and maybe a wee bit of funk. Emelin Theatre, Mamaroneck. 914-698-0098; emelin.org

THURSDAYS: 8 & 10PM
TRIBUTE BAND THURSDAYS
Brings the sounds of musical legends to the Entertainment Lounge twice a night. From Abbey Road to Hotel California to a NY State of Mind, Tribute Band Thursdays offers free, classic entertainment for guests of all ages.Empire City Casino, Yonkers; www.empirecitycasino.com

 

FESTIVALS, MARKETS, EVENTS

DECEMBER 1, 7, 8, 21, 22, 28, & 29, 2018; JANUARY 5 & 12, 2019: 7-10:30PM
BAR CAR NIGHTS
THRU JANUARY 21, 2019
HOLIDAY TRAIN SHOW
Enchanting model trains zip through a display of more than 175 NY landmarks, each re-created with natural materials—all under the twinkling glow of the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory. Showcases Lower Manhattan – featuring the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and making their debut this year are One World Trade Center and the historic Battery Maritime Building along with two vintage ferry boats. BAR CAR NIGHTS: Grab a drink and set out to explore. Relax and warm up around the fire pits in the Leon Levy Visitor Center, watch art emerge from giant blocks of ice during live ice-sculpting demonstrations. Adv. ticket purchase recommended. NY Botanical Garden, Bronx. 718-817-8700; nybg.org

DECEMBER 1: 10AM-4PM
HOLIDAY BOUTIQUE AT WAINWRIGHT HOUSE
This festive annual event features fun and activities, including; crafts for children, a Holiday Boutique for gift shopping, Christmas carolers, and musical entertainment. Free adm. 260 Stuyvesant Ave, Rye 914-967-6080, Ext. 110; wainwright.org

DECEMBER 1: 10AM-4PM
FAIR TRADE FESTIVAL & CRAFTS SALE
Over 30 fair trade arts & crafts vendors, hot lunch and homemade baked goods for sale, live music throughout the day. Memorial United Methodist Church, 250 Bryant Ave., White Plains; 914-949-2146; memorial4all.org

DECEMBER 13: 8PM
A CROTON FALLS CHRISTMAS
In the spirit of Christmas, this will be a festive original experience and include cookies and carols! Get in the mood for the holidays with this show, bring family and friends! Schoolhouse Theater, 3 Owens Rd., North Salem; 914-277-8477; schoolhousetheater.org

THRU DECEMBER 24
GRAND CENTRAL HOLIDAY FAIR
Forty vendors take over half of the historic Vanderbilt Hall to sell artwork, clothing for all ages, men’s/women’s accessories, children’s clothing/toys and home goods. A range of products and price points guarantees that shop goers will find something for almost everyone on their list. Vanderbilt Hall, GCT, 89 East 42nd St., NYC; grandcentralterminal.com/events

DECEMBER 16: 10AM-5PM
HOLIDAY MARKET
Holiday showcase featuring local and regional, artists and makers, hand-crafted goods, indie pop-up shops. Tarrytown Music Hall; 914.631.3390 ext.100; tarrytownmusichall.org

DECEMBER 31
NEW YEAR’S EVE PARTY
Drink, Dine and Dance into 2019! You don’t have to choose between dinner, a live band, and a late night DJ because you can have it all! Between the Entertainment Lounge, Good Time Room, Alley 810, Nonno’s Trattoria and Dan Rooney’s, and the gaming floor, enjoy the best of all worlds as your last stop in 2018. Empire City Casino, 810 Yonkers Ave, Yonkers; www.empirecitycasino.com

JANUARY 19
MLK JR. DAY OF SERVICE
A community wide event for families and volunteers of all ages inspired to pay tribute to the life and message of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and give back on #MLKDay. 914-948-4452; volunteernewyork.org/MLK

JANUARY 27: 10AM-7PM
THE CHOCOLATE EXPO
Event with all things chocolate, plus activities, celebrity chefs, specialty foods, Westfield Garden State Plaza, Paramus, NJ; thechocolateexpo.com

FEBRUARY 9 & 10
VALENTINE’S WEEKEND
Stroll through the Haupt Conservatory, talk to guides about the many aphrodisiac plants that can be found at the Garden, and have a custom love poem penned for you – included with an All Garden Pass. NY Botanical Garden, 2950 Southern Blvd., Bronx, Watson Room 102; 718-817-8747; nybg.org

 

ART, MUSEUMS & HISTORICAL EVENTS

NOVEMBER 30 & JANUARY 25
SENIOR SOCIALS
Enjoy an afternoon of art viewing and socializing. Led by an expert docent, participants stroll through the galleries, learn about the exhibition on view, then mingle with other like-minded art enthusiasts over coffee and treats. Free with adm. Katonah Museum of Art, 134 Jay Street – Route 22, Katonah; 914-232-9555; katonahmuseum.org

DECEMBER 11-JANUARY 1
GRAND HOLIDAY ILLUMINATION
The Walled Garden will be covered with thousands of sparkling lights, music from many cultures (Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Zoroastrian) will be playing, and on weekends there will be free hot cocoa. The holiday lights will be on from dusk, roughly 5pm, till 8pm every night. Admission is free. Untermyer Gardens, 945 N Broadway, Yonkers; 914-613-4502; untermyergardens.org

THRU DECEMBER 23
ANDY WARHOL: SUBJECT AND SERIALITY
Explores the artist’s iconic approach to his subject matter through prints, photographs, and multiples both from the Neuberger Museum of Art’s own collection as well as those of the other Warhol x 5 collaborative New York museums. Neuberger Museum of Art at Purchase College; 914-251-6100; neuberger.org

THRU JANUARY 20
MAYA LIN: A RIVER IS A DRAWING
An immersive, site-specific exhibition that explores the geology and topography of the Hudson River and effects of climate change. Maya Lin was first introduced to international audiences at age 21 with the 1982 Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. Hudson River Museum, 511 Warburton Ave., Yonkers. 914-963-4550; hrm.org

THRU JANUARY 27
OUTRAGEOUS ORNAMENT
KMA presents provocative work by internationally renowned artists which expand the boundaries and our understanding of personal adornment. Katonah Museum of Art, 134 Jay Street – Route 22, Katonah; 914-232-9555; katonahmuseum.org

THRU APRIL 7
THE DAWN OF MODERN MEDICINE
This exhibition will showcase approximately one hundred artifacts, ranging from surgical tools to quack patent medicines to early x-ray tubes, telling the story of how various branches of diagnostic and therapeutic medicine evolved.. Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT; 203-869-0376; brucemuseum.org

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