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Local live outdoor events, performances and classes for this summer and fall. Please check venues’ websites or call them as the current health crisis continues to impact dates and may lead to cancellations and other changes.
LIVE OUTDOOR EVENTS
August 1 – 9
Caramoor Open Grounds
Beginning Saturday, August 1, we’re opening up our grounds and Sound Art for you to explore and enjoy! Grounds passes will be available to reserve for three-hour time slots. Pass holders are welcome to arrive or leave at any point during the three-hour period. Grounds capacity is limited to 100 visitors for each time slot. Non-member general ticket sales begin August 6th at 10AM. To register visit www.caramoor.org/events/grounds-pass.
Ongoing: Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays
Tours at Untermyer Gardens
Although the entire park and gardens are still closed to the public, 90 minute tours run every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. They must be reserved and paid for in advance and are limited to 10 participants. Tickets for the coming weekend go on sale every Thursday at 7 am on the website www.untermyergardens.org. The tours take place Fridays at 3, 4 and 5; Saturdays at 12:30, 1:30, 2:30, 3:30, 4:30; and Sundays at 11 am, 12;30, 1:30, 2:30, 3:30, 4:30. Most are history tours, but there are options (details on the website) for more horticulture heavy tours, a President’s tour and a tour over less difficult terrain. Prices vary, though most are $10. Masks are required, as is social distancing. Please note: the tours have been selling out each week within a few hours of posting. Small private tours (max 10 people) can also be arranged by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Storm King Art Center
Storm King Art Center anticipates opening its 2020 season as an outdoor-only experience in a limited capacity beginning Wednesday July 15 for the public. The Art Center will open to Members for a special Member Week from July 8-13. All visitors, including Members, will be required to reserve a timed ticket in advance of visiting. To pre-register, visit stormking.org/visit. Upcoming outdoor exhibits:
July 15 – November 9
Kiki Smith River Light
A solo exhibition of outdoor works, marks the artist’s first presentation of flags—a new element within her expansive production—in the United States. For this exhibition Kiki Smith has created a new collection of flags whose unpredictable, ever-changing movements mimic the ebb and flow of water in a river. Installed on Storm King’s Museum Hill with long views of Storm King Mountain and the Hudson Highlands, the flags present an ephemeral installation that is activated by the natural world around it. Storm King Art Center is located in the town of Cornwall, NY. For GPS purposes use: 1 Museum Road, New Windsor, NY 12553.
July 15 – November 9
Outlooks: Martha Tuttle
Tuttle’s project, which will unfold across eight acres of a large, rolling field at the southern end of Storm King’s property, builds upon the artist’s ongoing interest in our relationship to materiality, engaging directly with Storm King’s landscape to further these investigations into the unification of natural forms with the energy and touch of the human hand. Accompanied by a virtual poetry program. Storm King Art Center is located in the town of Cornwall, NY. For GPS purposes use: 1 Museum Road, New Windsor, NY 12553.
September 26: 1-4PM
Wartburg’s Music in the Meadow
Celebrate an afternoon of music with family, friends and community. Circles will be placed and spaced on the great lawn at Wartburg to maintain social distancing and allow guests to safely enjoy live entertainment. Pre-packaged food offerings and wine will be available for purchase. Wartburg, One Wartburg Place, Mount Vernon; 914-699-0800; wartburg.org
White Plains Farmers Market
The White Plains Farmers Market is open for the season, every Wednesday, 9am-2pm on Court St. Shoppers must wear masks and social distance at all times. 59 Court St, White Plains.
John Jay Homestead Farmer’s Market
The Farm Market is open for the season! Find information on market rules and guidelines here. Registration is required in advance for 30-minute time slots for shopping. For more information you can follow up with email@example.com
Bronxville Farmers Market
The Bronxville Farmer’s Market is now open every Saturday morning starting at 8:30 am. Special accommodations are available for individuals over the age of 65. Reservations are required. For more information and to book your time slot visit www.bronxvillechamber.org/bronxville-farmers-market.
Muscoot Farm Farmers Market
The Muscoot Farm Farmer’s Market is open and walk-ins are now welcome, though it is still required that only one person per family attends. Face masks are mandatory and social distancing guidelines will be in place. A limited number of patrons will be allowed in at one time, so there may be a line at the entrance. For more information visit www.muscootfarm.org.