DAILY EVENTS

JUNE 5: 7-9PM
OSTEOPOROSIS
AWARENESS GROUP
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

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

JUNE 8: 8PM
FRENCH MOVIE NIGHT
Come view Elementary/ Primaire by Helene Angel. Emelin Theatre, 153 Library Lane, Mamroneck; 914-698-0098; emelin.org

JUNE 8: 7PM
CONQUER THE CLUTTER
Certified professional organizer Ellen Kosloff presents the five step process to organize anthing. John C. Hart Memorial Library, Shrub Oak. 914-245-5262 ext 227; yorktownlibrary.org

JUNE 10: 9AM-2PM
TREE CLIMBING EXHIBITION
Watch as arborists compete to climb Lyndhurst’s towering trees and showcase the highest level of professional skills, safety, and innovation in tree climbing and care. 25 competitors will scale Lyndhurst’s trees as a part of the New York State Arborist’s tree climbing competition.Lyndhurst Mansion, 635 So. Broadway, Tarrytown. 914-631-4481; lyndhurst.org
JUNE 11: 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
JUNE 12: 6:30PM
VANDALISM V. CAPITALISM
What is the place of street art in the global market place? “Vandalism vs. Capitalism” will be a lively discussion among artists, gallerists, and museum professionals, moderated by Angelo Madrigale, VP/Director of Contemporary Art for Doyle Auction House. Arts Westchester, 31 Mamaroneck Ave. White Plains; 914.428.4220; artswestchester.org

JUNE 17: 1, 2, 3 OR 4PM
THEMATIC TOUR:
THE POUGHKEEPSIE CONVENTION
Take a docent-led tour of John Jay’s Bedford House and learn how the Federalists like John Jay and Alexander Hamilton convinced the delegates to make New York the 11th state to ratify the Constitution. John Jay Homestead, 400 Jay St, Katonah; 914-232-5651; johnjayhomestead.org
JUNE 17 & 18: 9AM
CLEARWATER FESTIVAL
Seven sustainably powered stages with diverse music, dance, storytelling as well as a juried Handcrafters’ Village, the Green Living Expo, the Working Waterfront with small boat exhibits and rides, the Artisanal Food & Farm Market, environmental education displays and exhibits, and the Circle of Song where audience participation is the focus. The festival is wheelchair accessible and stage programming is staffed with American Sign Language interpreters. Inspired by Pete Seeger’s desire to clean up the river over 40 years ago. Croton Point Park, Croton on Hudson; clearwaterfestival.org
JUNE 18: 3PM
SEASON FINALE and POST-CONCERT FATHER’S DAY BBQ: 5PM
Andrew Litton, conducting; Conrad Tao, piano. Litton is recently named Music Director of the NYC Ballet. He teams with pianist Conrad Tao, in one of the most famous concertos ever written. BBQ includes live music and chance to mingle with the artists. Performing Arts Center, SUNY Purchase; 914-682-3707; westchesterphil.org

JUNE 18: 7-9PM
FATHER’S DAY CONCERT
Free outdoor concert features Gil Harris performing Hendrix, Santana, Beck, Blues and beyond. Relax, picnic and enjoy the music. Turnure Park at Lake St., White Plains.

JUNE 18, JULY 23
& AUGUST 13: 2-5PM
GARDENING WORKSHOPS
Nick Storrs will offer five hands-on horticultural workshops for adults focused cultivating heirloom vegetable and garden varieties that were common during the Lyndhurst time period – 1830-1950. Lyndhurst Mansion, 635 So. Broadway, Tarrytown. 914-631-4481; lyndhurst.org

JUNE 20: 10AM-3PM
SAXON WOODS POOL PARTY
AND BARBECUE
Rain date: June 21. Includes free mini golf. Admission and parking also free. Call in advance to place lunch orders. Open to all Westchester Residents ages 60+; Saxon Woods Pool, Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains. 914-864-7275; events.westchestergov.com

JUNE 20: 6:30PM
ESTATE PLANNING PRESENTATION
Learn the basics and have questions answered by an estate lawyer. Drinks and refreshments will be served. Bring a friend! Serendipity Labs, 80 Theodore Fremd Ave., Rye. RSVP Matthew Chung: 203-326-6978.

JUNE 24: STARTING 10AM
ROOTS MUSIC FESTIVAL
A day full of folk, country, bluegrass, gospel, blues, singer/songwriter, string band, old time, and everything in between. Multiple award winning banjo and fiddle player Rhiannon Giddens headlines with her masterful blend of Americana genres and dazzling vocal prowess. Sarah Jarosz, two time Grammy nominee, Texas songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, returns with her new trio. Caramoor; 914-232-5035; caramoor.org
JUNE 28: 5PM
DANCING AT DUSK:
VOYAGE TO JAPAN
An annual summer tradition, Dancing at Dusk turns the spacious Friends Field into a world music dance party for children and their families. Caramoor, 149 Girdle Ridge Rd., Katonah; 914-232-5035; caramoor.org
JUNE 29: 7PM
MURDER, MYSTERY & MAYHEM
Three local authors discuss how to write mysteries, how they work and how to get published.John C. Hart Memorial Library, Shrub Oak. 914-245-5262 ext 227; yorktownlibrary.org
JULY 3 & 4: 9:30PM
FIREWORKS AT PLAYLAND
Special holiday celebration. Playland Park, Rye; playlandpark.org
JULY 4: 11AM-4PM
INDEPENDENCE DAY FAIR
A celebration of America’s founding with a spirited reading of The Declaration of Independence, live music, food, crafts, games, house tours, and plenty of other activities on the grounds of John Jay Homestead. Free admission to the grounds; fees apply for food and drink, and some fair activities. John Jay Homestead, Katonah; 914-232-5651; johnjayhomestead.org
JULY 6: 7PM
THE WESTERLIES
A self-described “accidental brass quartet” formed by four childhood friends from Seattle, are known for their adventurous explorations with jazz, roots, and chamber music influences. Going against chamber music tradition, the group performs without sheet music to create a unique, visceral connection with audiences. Caramoor; 914-232-5035; caramoor.org

JULY 7-9
HOT-AIR BALLOOM FESTIVAL
Crafts, hayrides, food trucks, a tap room, bakery and market, fire pits, ball toss, vendors, live music from great bands, and Fireworks (Friday night)! We will, of course, have old favorites like the Moon Glow, tether rides, and rides in the hot air balloons for sale. Dutchess County Airport, Wappinger Falls; 845-454-1700; www.dcrcoc.org/balloonfestival

JULY 8: 7:30PM
IL PIRATA
This season’s operatic centerpiece is a semi-staged production of Bellini’s 1827 breakthrough opera Il pirata (“The Pirate”). Artist-in-Residence Angela Meade takes on the demanding role of Imogene for the first time in her stellar career. Caramoor; 914-232-5035; caramoor.org

JULY 9: 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

JULY 8-9: 7:30PM
1776
The drama of Adams, Franklin, Jefferson, Hancock, the vote for American independence and the events leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence brought to life by an exceptional, non-traditional cast. Presented through special arrangement with MTI by Bedford Parks and Recreation’s Bedford Community Theatre. 1776 was winner of the 1969 Tony for Best Musical. John Jay Homestead, Katonah; 914-232-5651; johnjayhomestead.org

JULY 12: 1, 2, 3 OR 4PM
THEMATIC TOUR: THE DEATH OF ALEXANDER HAMILTON
On July 12, 1804, Alexander Hamilton died after he was shot by Aaron Burr the previous day. In recognition of the 203rd anniversary of Hamilton’s death, take a docent –led tour of John Jay’s Bedford House that highlighting the relationship between Jay and Hamilton. . John Jay Homestead, 400 Jay St, Katonah; 914-232-5651; johnjayhomestead.org

JULY 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
JULY 13: ABOUT 8PM
FUOCOAMMARE
Fire at the Sea. Part of the outdoor Italian film festival. Free of charge, bring your own chair. Depot Square, Tuckahoe. From the Westchester Italian Cultural Center; 914-771-8700; wiccny.org

JULY 13: 7PM
ROMEO & JULIET
Part of the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival. Free performance at Turnure Park, Lake Street, White Plains.

JULY 15: ALL DAY
CARAMOOR JAZZ FESTIVAL
Curated by Jazz at Lincoln Center, Caramoor’s 24th annual Jazz Festival headlines legendary jazz pianist McCoy Tyner. The day-long festival throughout the grounds will feature a wide range of music—including the infectious Cuban rhythms of the Peditro Martinez Quartet, the innovative guitarist Mary Halverson, and a centennial celebration of innovative jazz great Thelonious Monk. Caramoor Center; 914-232-1252; caramoor.org

JULY 20: ABOUT 8PM
THE BARESE ICEMAN OF NY
Part of the outdoor Italian film festival. Free of charge, bring your own chair. Depot Square, Tuckahoe. From the Westchester Italian Cultural Center; 914-771-8700; wiccny.org

NIGHT OF DOO WOP
The Belmonts were friends from Arthur Avenue in the Bronx. They began singing together in the late 50’s and named themselves after Belmont Avenue in the Bronx. Some of their hits include: I Wonder Why, Come On Little Angel, A Teenager in Love. John Kuse and The Excellents. In 1962, The Excellents released their signature smash hit song “Coney Island Baby”. The song is often referred to as ‘The National Anthem of Brooklyn’. Westchester Broadway Theatre, One Broadway Plaza, Elmsford; 914-592-2268; broadwaytheatre.com

JULY 22: 8PM
EMMY LOU HARRIS
A true music legend, 13-time Grammy Award-winner Emmylou Harris returns to Caramoor with her unique blend of folk, country, and roots music. Whether singing the songs of Seeger, Dylan, Baez, or a lyrical masterpiece from her own pen, Harris infuses her singing with pathos, crystalline beauty, and emotional honesty. No matter the genre, hers is one of the most distinctive voices in American music. Caramoor Center; 914-232-1252; caramoor.org
JULY 27: ABOUT 8PM
IL RAGAZZO INVISIBLE
The Invisible Boy. Part of the outdoor Italian film festival. Free of charge, bring your own chair. Depot Square, Tuckahoe. From the Westchester Italian Cultural Center; 914-771-8700; wiccny.org

JULY 29: 6:45PM
Tribute To Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens
& The Big Bopper
The Night The Music Lived recreates this final concert of these three influential musicians with utmost attention to detail and accuracy. Featuring classic songs like That’ll Be The Day, Peggy Sue, It’s So Easy, La Bamba, Oh Donna, and Chantilly Lace. Westchester Broadway Theatre, Elmsford; 914-592-2268; broadwaytheatre.com

JULY 30: 11AM-3PM
CAR & MOTORCYLCE SHOW
It will be a fun-filled day of automobiles, motorcycles and culinary delights! Over 100 cars are expected for our guests to admire! There will also be food, music and entertainment for the whole family to enjoy. Wartburg, 1 Wartburg Place, Mt. Vernon; 914-513-5308; wartburg.org
JULY 30: 4PM
SUMMER SEASON FINALE
Two titans of the Romantic repertoire close the season. Liszt’s tone poem Les préludes opens, followed by French pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet plays the composer’s Piano Concerto No. 2. Robert Schumann’s Second Symphony tells the story of his personal triumph over adversity. Caramoor Center, Katonah; 914-232-1252; caramoor.org
AUGUST 3: 6PM
DIY NOTEBOOK
Make your own little notebook and learn a simple assembly method you can do at home. Call the reference desk to find out what supplies to bring. John C. Hart Memorial Library, Shrub Oak. 914-245-5262 ext 227; yorktownlibrary.org
AUGUST 9: 7PM
LYLE LOVETT &
HIS LARGE BAND
“Lovett’s music distinctively melds folk, Texas swing, blues, jazz, gospel, and traditional country and western,” writes Reuters, “and the songs are often as infused with Texas spirit as tumbleweed and wide open plains.” Details Magazine adds, “he’ll make you want to trade your loft for a two-story house with a wraparound porch.” The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester; thecapitoltheatre.com

AUGUST 13: 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
AUGUST 19: 6:45PM
Let’S HANG ON
The Nation’s Premier Frankie Valli Tribute Show! This high energy, great sounding production is sure to entertain Franki Valli fans from the very first note to the final encore! Featuring; “Big Girls Don’t Cry”, Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You”, Walk Like A Man”, “Sherry”, “Who Loves You”, “Rag Doll” and other favorite Hits! Westchester Broadway Theatre, Elmsford; 914-592-2268; broadwaytheatre.co

 

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