MARCH 4: 7PM
SHERLOCK HOLMES: REDHEADS AND BOHEMIANS
Inspired by the Lux Radio Theatre of the 1930’s and 40’s, Gotham Radio Theatre brings you the experience of actors performing in vintage radio style!  Masterpiece plays and screenplays are performed live, by an ensemble of actors and sound performers as if you were in a radio sound stage. Schoolhouse Theatre, 3 Owen Rd., North Salem; 914-277-8477; schoolhousetheater.org

MARCH 5: 2PM
HARP 2 HARP
Wendy Kerner & Teresa Mango. Have you ever seen a concert grand harp up close? How about two concert grand harps? Harp 2 Harp began over lunch in Kent, CT in a conversation about bringing the sound and music of a two harp duo to the general public. Harp 2 Harp’s music ranges in style from classical to folk music from around the world, and they play American show tunes as well. They are excited to share with you the magnificent sound of two harps, and their fun in playing together. John C. Hart Memorial Library, 1130 Main St., Shrub Oak; MObrien@wlsmail.org; 914-245-5262 x 245; yorktownlibrary.org

MARCH 7: 6PM
ELDER LAW SERIES-SOCIAL SEC.
Important information for the years ahead. This session covers Social Security. Phelps Hospital Auditorium, 701 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow; Call 914-366-3937 to register or email ewoods@phmc.us

MARCH 8: TICKETS GO ON SALE FOR STONE BARNS APRIL 29 SHEEP SHEARING FEST!
630 Bedford Road, Pocantico Hills; 914-366-6200; www.stonebarnscenter.org/visit/

MARCH 14: 7:30PM
CHICAGO
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

MARCH 17: 8PM
RUSSIAN SEASONS DANCE
Internationally noted for this spectacular production, the company returns after 25 years to the United States. Westchester Community College, Hankin Academic Arts Building. app.arts-people.com

MARCH 17: 8PM
MARC COHN
Best known for his song Walking in Memphis, Cohn shows his soul as a singer/songwriter. Paramount Hudson Valley Theater, 1008 Brown St., Peekskill. 914-739-0039; paramounthudsonvalley.com

MARCH 18
FINANCIAL EDUCATION DAY
Delivers information that would cost you hundreds of dollars if you hired the services of an attorney or financial planner. All of the presentations are FREE. Westchester Community College; http://www.sunywcc.edu

MARCH 18: 10AM-4PM
RELAY FOR LIFE WORKSHOP
Looking to get more involved with your community through Relay for Life? Join us for our Relay Workshop where you’ll learn what Relay for Life is, how to start a team & what to do when your team is set up! This is perfect for participants who are looking for fundraising ideas or need a little bit of Relay inspiration! Please sign up online or at the reference desk. John C. Hart Memorial Library, 1130 Main St., Shrub Oak; MObrien@wlsmail.org; 914-245-5262 x 245; yorktownlibrary.org

MARCH 18: 7PM
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS
Inspired by the Lux Radio Theatre of the 1930’s and 40’s, Gotham Radio Theatre brings you the experience of actors performing in vintage radio style!  Masterpiece plays and screenplays are performed live, by an ensemble of actors and sound performers as if you were in a radio sound stage. Schoolhouse Theatre, 3 Owen Rd., North Salem; 914-277-8477; schoolhousetheater.org

MARCH 19: 3PM
IGNACIO BERROA
Jazz Legend Dizzy Gillespie best defined drummer Ignacio Berroa as “the only Latin drummer in th history of American music that intimately knows both worlds; his native Afro-Cuban music as well as Jazz.” Performing Arts Center, Purchase College; 914-251-6200; tickets.artscenter.org

MARCH 20: 6PM
EARRING MAKING WORKSHOP Led by Joan Lloyd. 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. Please register for this program online or at the reference desk Please sign up online or at the reference desk. John C. Hart Memorial Library, 1130 Main St., Shrub Oak; MObrien@wlsmail.org; 914-245-5262 x 245; yorktownlibrary.org

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MARCH 21: 7PM
GARDEN TALK: INCORPORATING BEAUTIFUL AND BENEFICIAL PLANTS INTO YOUR GARDEN Sponsored by the Garden Club of Yorktown, by Lynn Becker, Trout Lily Garden Design owner and founder. A life-long gardener, Lynn Becker received her certificates in Horticulture and Landscape Design from the New York Botanical Garden. She also studied at and now instructs at the Westchester Native Plant Center in Valhalla. She will help us choose and display the prettiest and most-attractive (in more ways than one) native plants to add to our new or existing gardens. The Garden Club of Yorktown, talk sponsor, will be featuring many of these natives at our annual plant sale on May 13. All are welcome. No registration. John C. Hart Memorial Library, 1130 Main St., Shrub Oak; yorktownlibrary.org

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MARCH 25: 8PM
SHEN WEI DANCE ARTS
One of the premier international dance companies, Shen Wei Dance Arts transcends East and West, fusing disparate forms to forge a new hybrid form of dance. Performing Arts Center, Purchase College; 914-251-6200; tickets.artscenter.org

 

MARCH 25: 8PM
HERMAN’S HERMITS
They’ve sold over 52 million records with hits like Mrs. Brown You Have a Lovely Daughter, I’m Into Something Good and I’m Henry VIII I Am. Paramount Hudson Valley Theater, 1008 Brown St., Peekskill. 914-739-0039; paramounthudsonvalley.com

MARCH 27: 7PM
STARTING THE CONVERSATION: ADULT CHILDREN & THEIR PARENTS
A night of discussion with area professionals/experts on navigating issues facing adult children and their aging parent. Organized by WEDC Senior Providers Network. Larchmont Library, 121 Larchmont Ave.; wedcseniorpprovidersnetwork.org

MARCH 28: 6PM
WESTCHESTER SENIOR VOICE EVENING AT THE MUSEUM
Social evening filled with good company. Meet the publisher, meet other readers, meet our local money, legal, other experts for casual conversation. Or simply tour the museum on your own or guided by a docent. No-cost raffle with great prizes- must attend to enter; light refreshments. Neuberger Museum, SUNY Purchase Campus. RSVP requested but not required: events@westchesterseniorvoice.com; westchesterseniorvoice.com; for more info, see page 13.

MARCH 30: 10AM
GARDENING AT DIXTER
Great Dixter-a Tudor house with its innovative and provocative Arts and Crafts garden was the family home of legendary gardener and writer Christopher Lloyd. NY Botanical Garden- Ross Lecture Hall. nybg.org/adulted

MARCH 30 & APRIL 27
CAMPFIRE TO CABARET
In front of a live audience, Tony-Award winning actress Joanna Gleason will lead a select group of students from Purchase College’s Conservatories in an evening of storytelling, drawing out personal narratives via a mix of intimate discussion, interactive demonstration, and hands-on exercises. Performing Arts Center, Purchase College; 914-251-6200; tickets.artscenter.org

APRIL 1: 7:30PM
PATSY CLINE TRIBUTE SHOW
Some of the great songs you can expect to hear are: Crazy, Walkin’ After Midnight, I Fall to Pieces, Sweet Dreams and more. Tarrytown Music Hall, 13 Main St.; 914-631-3390; tarrytownmusichall.org

APRIL 2: 3PM
HYPNOTIC BRASS ENSEMBLE
HBE are seven brothers from the south side of Chicago who come from an extraordinary musical family; their father is jazz legend Phil Cohran. Performing Arts Center, Purchase College; 914-251-6200; tickets.artscenter.org

APRIL 3: 6PM
PAPER ARTS – WHIMSICAL SHRINES With Lavinia Wiggins. Transform a simple tin (Altoid) box into a cleaver “shrine”.  The starting point is your choice, find and item or photo and then  fill the box with relevant items.  Your focus could be a person, event, feeling or sentiment; anything that resonates with you.  This will be a fun class as we create backgrounds and assemble our items to produce a special art piece. Please bring:  Scrapbook paper, or decorated paper to use as collage elements, Anything  you may want to include in your shrine (papers, embellishments, ribbon, etc), Craft paint, 2-3 colors of your choice, Scissors, Glue (red sticky tape, quick dry glue not Elmer’s) Instructor will bring supplies to complete the project. Any questions contact Ms. Wiggins at (914) 299-9899 laviniawiggins@yahoo.com.  Please sign up online or at the reference desk. John C. Hart Memorial Library, 1130 Main St., Shrub Oak; yorktownlibrary.org

APRIL 3: 8:30AM
BIRDWALK
Anne Swaim, Exec Director of Saw Mill Audubon will lead walk focusing on the birds that call Muscoot home. Dress warmly and bring binoculars. Meet in parking lot. Muscoot Farm, 51 NY-100, Katonah; 914-864-7282; muscootfarm.org

APRIL 4: 6PM
ELDER LAW SERIES-ESTATE PLN
Important information for the years ahead. This session covers Estate Planning. Phelps Hospital Auditorium, 701 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow; Call 914-366-3937 to register or email ewoods@phmc.us

APRIL 5: 2PM
MIND GAMES ARE FUN
Group games and puzzles using memory skills, visual recall, focus and speed. Boardroom at Phelps campus, 701 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow; 914-366-3937.

APRIL 6: 6PM
VITAL HEALTH: A PATH TO CREATE WELLNESS THROUGH A HOLISTIC LIFESTYLE By Marianne Messina – Being a leader in your Life is a primary element to wellness. This is an interactive workshop to define holism while creating a plan toward leading wellness in one’s life. Please join us to begin and or continue your journey toward healthy living. Please sign up online or at the reference desk. John C. Hart Memorial Library, 1130 Main St., Shrub Oak; yorktownlibrary.org

APRIL 6: 7PM
RICK THOMAS, ILLUSIONIST
High honors include the coveted “Magician of the Year” by the Academy of Magical Arts and Magic’s highest recognition “Illusionist of the World” by the World Magic Awards. The Palace Theatre, 61 Atlantic St., Stamford, CT; 203-325-4466; palacestamford.org

APRIL 6: 8PM
PETER FRAMPTON- ACOUSTIC
Performing alongside his son, singer and guitarist Julian Frampton. Sure to perform his classic Show Me the Way. Paramount Hudson Valley Theater, 1008 Brown St., Peekskill. 914-739-0039; paramounthudsonvalley.com

APRIL 6: 7PM
RAC LIVE! COFFEEHOUSE
Introducing you to new singers, songwriters, and bands who will share their unique sounds with you in this intimate setting at Le Pain Quotidien in Rye (30 Purchase St.), brought to you by The Rye Arts Center. 914-967-0700; ryeartscenter.org

APRIL 7: 8PM
ROSEANNE CASH
One of the country’s preeminent singer-songwriters, Rosanne Cash, to The Center! Cash’s exciting show celebrates her highly-acclaimed and three time Grammy winning album, The River & the Thread. Performing Arts Center, Purchase College; 914-251-6200; tickets.artscenter.org

APRIL 7: 8PM
DANCE OFF THE GRID
The extraordinary series continues with The Dance Theatre of Harlem, Max Pollak Rumba Tap and Palissimo. Emelin Theatre, 153 Library Lane, Mamaroneck; 914-698-0098; emelin.org

APRIL 8: 8PM
GOTHAM KINGS
Regulars of the New York City jazz scene, prominent and promising young trumpeters Alphonso Horne and Riley Mulherkar fuse the genius of King Oliver with their upbeat brand of New Orleans jazz.Caramoor, 149 Girdle Ridge Rd., Katonah; 914-232-5035; caramoor.org

APRIL 8: 8PM
LADIES OF LAUGHTER
About providing funny women the opportunity to showcase their unique styles of humor. Get your laugh on at this herlarious show. Emelin Theatre, 153 Library Lane, Mamaroneck; 914-698-0098; emelin.org

APRIL 9: 2PM
BLACK MARBLE
Virtuosic Music for Two Violins by Black Marble, comprised of Jörg-Michael Schwarz & Karen Marie Marmer wo will play music by Telemann, Leclair, Locatelli, Barbella, Shield & Mozart.John C. Hart Memorial Library, 1130 Main St., Shrub Oak; MObrien@wlsmail.org; 914-245-5262 x 245; yorktownlibrary.org

APRIL 9: 3PM
WESTCHESTER PHILHARMONIC
Jaime Laredo, violinist soloist leader, Joseph Kalichstein, piano and Sharon Robinson, cello. Honoring the 40 year collaboration of the KLR Trio with a program of Beethoven, Bach and Mozart. Performing Arts Center, Purchase College. 914.682.3707; westchesterphil.org

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APRIL 15: 7PM
GOLDEN DRAGON ACROBATS
Traditional Chinese acrobats dazzle with amazing feats of athleticism, heart-stopping stunts and grace of this old art form. Paramount Hudson Valley Theater, 1008 Brown St., Peekskill. 914-739-0039; paramounthudsonvalley.com

APRIL 18: 8PM
PAUL ANKA
After a sold-out 2015 performance, Paul Anka makes his triumphant return to the Playhouse stage! Sing along as this pop heartthrob swings through his classic hits – “Diana,” “You Are My Destiny,” “Lonely Boy.” Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield, CT; 203-438-5795; ridgefieldplayhouse.org

APRIL 18: 6:15PM
ADAM TRENT MAGIC
Described as Justin Timberlake meets David Copperfield, his audience interactive performances are part magic, part concert, and part stand-up comedy, with a fast-paced variety necessary for today’s theatre audience.Westchester Broadway Theatre, One Broadway Plaza, Elmsford; 914-592-2268; broadwaytheatre.com

APRIL 21-23
SPRING DANCE CONCERT
The Purchase Dance Company, performing company of the Conservatory of Dance, presents their Fall Concert featuring contemporary and classical work by acclaimed choreographers. Performing Arts Center, Purchase College; 914-251-6200; tickets.artscenter.org

APRIL 22-23: OPENING WEEKEND
EARTH DAY CELEBRATION
Chihuly glass exhibition opens. Begin at The visitor center, walk side by side with giant puppets, drummers, stilt walkers and other performing artists thru the garden. Festivities continue around the conservatory with food, drink, lawn games and live music. New York Botanical Garden, 2900 Southern Blvd, Bronx. nybg.org

APRIL 22: 8PM
MAGIC OF MOTOWN
This dynamic tribute spans more than a decade of Motown classics where every song is among the most recognizable and culture-defining in pop music history. Westchester Community College, Hankin Academic Arts Building. app.arts-people.com

APRIL 22: 8PM
THE CHARLIE DANIELS BAND
Country music star and hall of fame inductee is coming to Peekskill!Paramount Hudson Valley Theater, 1008 Brown St., Peekskill. 914-739-0039; paramounthudsonvalley.com

APRIL 22: 8PM
LORETTA LYNN
An honest to goodness American icon and coal miner’s daughter, she confronted many of the social issues of her time and fascinated with her rags to riches tale. Tarrytown Music Hall, 13 Main St.; 914-631-3390; tarrytownmusichall.org

APRIL 23: 3PM
FEI FEI DONG
Chinese pianist Fei-Fei Dong is a winner of the 2014 CAG Victor Elmaleh Competition and a top six finalist at the 14th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. Performing Arts Center, Purchase College; 914-251-6200; tickets.artscenter.org

APRIL 24: 7PM
LUNCH HOUR
By Jean Kerr. Oliver and Carrie discover that their spouses are having an affair. They counter by inventing an affair of their own. He, ironically, is a marriage counsellor… Westport Country Playhouse, 25 Powers Ct., Westport, CT. 203-227-4177; westportplayhouse.org

APRIL 25: 8PM
BUDDY GUY
Buddy Guy is a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and a pioneer of Chicago’s fabled West Side sound, and a living link to the city’s halcyon days of electric blues. Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield, CT; 203-438-5795; ridgefieldplayhouse.org

APRIL 27: 7PM
DECORATING YOUR
HOME TO SELL
Staging tips, what buyers really want, the current climate of No. Westchester real estate market. Bring your questions! John C. Hart Memorial Library, 1130 Main St., Shrub Oak; 914-245-5262 x 227; yorktownlibrary.org

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APRIL 29: SHEEP SHEARING FEST: 10AM-3PM Join us for Sheep Shearing Fest! Celebrate the arrival of spring with our farmers, educators and the farm animals that thrive on the fresh spring grass. THIS EVENT SELLS OUT. 630 Bedford Road, Pocantico Hills; 914-366-6200; stonebarnscenter.org/visit/

 

APRIL 30: 3PM
Love Songs with Laurel Massé
Ms. Massé is a founding member of the world famous, multi Grammy award-winning group THE MANHATTAN TRANSFER. Laurel has also been honored with the prized MAC Lifetime Achievement Award (2004) as well as The Bistro Award for best jazz vocalist (2009). Schoolhouse Theatre, 3 Owen Rd., North Salem; 914-277-8477; schoolhousetheater.org

MAY 2: 6PM
ELDER LAW SERIES-
AVOID MISTAKES
Important information for the years ahead. This session covers what NOT to when planning for retirement and making estate decisions. Phelps Hospital Auditorium, 701 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow; Call 914-366-3937 to register or email ewoods@phmc.us

MAY 3: 9:30AM-2:30PM
SALUTE TO SENIORS
Business expo with health and wellness providers- free health screenings, live entertainment. Free. Westchester County Center, White Plains. 914-813-6300; seniorcitizens.westchestergov.com

MAY 3: 2PM
MIND GAMES ARE FUN
Group games and puzzles using memory skills, visual recall, focus and speed. Boardroom at Phelps campus, 701 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow; 914-366-3937.

MAY 4: 6PM
PRESCRIPTION FOR A HEALTHY FUTURE
Learn about a whole food plant-based lifestyle, which may be one way to lower blood pressurean, improve cholesterol levels and handle other chronic conditions. Presented by Jeanne Schumacher. Sign up online or at the reference desk. John C. Hart Memorial Library, 1130 Main St., Shrub Oak; 914-245-5262 x 227; yorktownlibrary.org

MAY 4: 7PM
FLYING SOLO AFTER 60
Author Pamela Hull, former New Rochelle resident, will speak and do a book signing. Hull wrote her first book at 60 and unearthed a new passion. Chappaqua Library, 195.S. Greeley Ave. 914-238-4779; chappaqualibrary.org/

MAY 5-7: 10AM-5PM
ANTIQUE GARDEN FURNITURE FAIR
Peruse more than 30 dealers’ extensive collections of ornament, decorative art, timeless furniture for the home and garden. Specialty Plant sale features unusual, colorful plants. New York Botanical Garden, 2900 Southern Blvd, Bronx. nybg.org

MAY 5: 8PM
BILLY PORTER
Tony and Grammy award-winning singer and star of Broadway’s Kinky Boots and Shuffle Along will appear one night only for a special engagement. Emelin Theatre, 153 Library Lane, Mamaroneck; 914-698-0098; emelin.org

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MAY 5, 6, 7
SPRING CRAFTS AT LYNDHURST
300 artists fill the grounds of the Neo-Gothic Lyndhurst estate. Enjoy exciting activities such as tours of the Lyndhurst mansion, live music, kid’s activities, gourmet foods and craft demonstrations. 635 So. Broadway, Tarrytown. NO pets. 845-331-7900; artrider.com

MAY 6: 8PM
NATIONAL PLAYERS: HAMLET
Set in the Kingdom of Denmark, Hamlet is a philosopher’s gold mine; but it’s also a ghost story, a comedy, a thriller, and a seven-murder tale of revenge. Westchester Community College, Hankin Academic Arts Building. app.arts-people.com

MAY 6: 8PM
ALL ROMANTIC PROGRAM
Violinist and soloist Tessa Lark. Featuring The William Tell Overture, The Modau. Murphy Science Building, Iona College, 715 North Ave., New Rochelle. 914-654-4926; thesymphonyofwestchester.org

MAY 9: MATINEE & EVENING
3 RED NECK TENORS
These classically trained boys have seen it all, sing it all, and make us laugh ‘till we double over, reminding us that in life, it is not just the destination, it’s the journey. Get ready for one side-splitting ride. Westchester Broadway Theatre, One Broadway Plaza, Elmsford; 914-592-2268; broadwaytheatre.com

MAY 12: 8PM
DANCE OFF THE GRID
The final event of the eclectic dance series features 10 Hairy Legs, the NY Theatre Ballet and the Trisha Brown Dance Company. Emelin Theatre, 153 Library Lane, Mamaroneck; 914-698-0098; emelin.org

MAY 13-14: 10AM-6PM
MOTHER’S DAY WEEKEND GARDEN PARTY
Live music, games, picnicking.  Make a reservation for a brunch with mom as well. New York Botanical Garden, 2900 Southern Blvd, Bronx. nybg.org

MAY 13: 8PM
Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane
The Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company has performed worldwide and is recognized as one of the most innovative and powerful forces in the dance-theatre world.Performing Arts Center, Purchase College; 914-251-6200; tickets.artscenter.org

MAY 18: 8AM-4PM
MEETING OF THE MINDS: REGIONAL DEMENTIA CONFERENCE
Featuring Dr. Peter Rabins and Dr. Mary Sano. Breakout topics include legal and financial planning; pharmacological and non-pharma approaches to behavioral symptoms; stress reduction; creative approaches to dementia care; palliative care; spanish-language sessions. DoubleTree by Hilton, 455 S. Broadway, Tarrytown; 914-253-6860; alzdementiaconference.org

MAY 18: 9AM-1PM
SENIOR LAW DAY
Presentations, workshops, answers to your questions – for free. Jefferson Village Community Ctr, 3480 Hill Blvd., Yorktown Heights. 914-813-6300.

MAY 18: 6:30PM
GLIMMERGLASS FESTIVAL: AN EVENING OF WORLD CLASS OPERA
Sneak peek of the internationally renowned Glimmerglass Festival: romance, revenge, comedy, tragedy – in a wide range of musical and visual styles. Excerpts from “Porgy and Bess,” “Oklahoma,” and “The Seige of Calais.” New York Botanical Garden, 2900 Southern Blvd, Bronx. nybg.org

MAY 18 & 26: 1:30PM
AFTERNOON TEA
Relax with friends and enjoy a formal tea service in the Summer Dining Room which overlooks the charming Spanish Courtyard. Tea preceded by a Rosen House tour. Caramoor, 149 Girdle Ridge Rd., Katonah; 914-232-5035; caramoor.org

MAY 20: 8PM
FANTASTIC PASSAGES
Westchester Symphonic Winds with gues conductor Patrick Burns. Program features Friedmann Fanfare by Scott Boerma, Machu Picchu by Satoshi Yagisawa and Manhattan Beach March by John Philip Sousa. Tarrytown Music Hall, 13 Main St.; 914-631-3390; tarrytownmusichall.org

MAY 20 & 21
OUTDOOR CRAFTS FESTIVAL
Each year the Bruce Museum sponsors two outdoor festivals that feature original work by some of the best artists and craftspeople from around the country. 1 Museum Dr., Greenwich, CT. 203-869-0376; brucemuseum.org

MAY 21: 8PM
BEN VEREEN
In this special evening you will take a whirlwind trip through Vereen’s career and favorite songs – including numbers from Pippin (for which he won the Tony Award) and Jesus Christ Superstar. Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield, CT; 203-438-5795; ridgefieldplayhouse.org

MAY 23:MATINEE & EVENING
BROADWAY TONIGHT
This Broadway Tribute will take you on a fascinating and unforgettable journey through the greatest Broadway shows — Old & New. Westchester Broadway Theatre, One Broadway Plaza, Elmsford; 914-592-2268; broadwaytheatre.com

MAY 25
VITALITY DAY
A day of celebration that recognizes how older adults are taking charge of their health, getting engaged in their communities, and making a positive impact on the lives of others. Phelps Hospital Auditorium, 701 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow; Call 914-366-3937 for more info, to register or email ewoods@phmc.us

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