This Weekend 23.24.25

Green Week is fully underway this weekend, so be sure to check out our full Green Week calendar of events .





There’s lots more going on around Westchester, too, so be sure to get out and enjoy it.



Keep the Green Week spirit by attending the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Sustainability Expo 2010 on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m at Hommocks Middle School. There will be tons of local vendors, raffles and speakers and events throughout the day. Donations will be collected for the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Food Pantry. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased in advance or at-the-door.

The New Rochelle Humane Society’s Open House this Sunday will include a tour to view adoptable cats and dogs at the shelter. Starting at 12 p.m., there will also be free rabies vaccinations and low-cost microchipping for your pet. A representative will be on hand to answer questions regarding microchipping. All dogs must be on a leash and cats in a carrier. All animals must be supervised by an adult.

The Village of Mamaroneck’s Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 4th Annual Wine Trail: A Taste of Mamaroneck this Sunday from 1 – 5 p.m. Guests will tour the village via trolley, stopping to taste wine and food from a variety of eateries along the way. Tickets are $50/person.

Kicking off at 1 p.m. on Sunday, the Larchmont Historical Society Annual House Tour will be accompanied by “Tapestry: Five Interpretations of Fabled Architecture,” as well as a post-tour reception at Mamaroneck Artists’ Guild from 3 – 6 p.m. Tickets are $35 for members and $40 for nonmembers.

The Friends of the Larchmont Public Library are hosting a Westchester Review Program, featuring readings from the fourth edition of the Westchester Review, a collection of poems, essays and fiction writing from local authors. The event will take place at the Larchmont Temple at 4 p.m. on Sunday.


The Music Conservatory of Westchester is hosting an interactive Tango Evening this Friday at 7 p.m. Local resident Marco Valentino Quartero’s original compositions will accompany a tango concert. Audience members will be invited to join in and dance for a portion of the night. Free and open to all ages.

Pelham’s The Picture House is having a screening of Children of Invention on Friday at 7 p.m. Director Tze Chun will be on hand to discuss the film. Tickets are $12 (unless you won a pair from theLoop already! {})

Celebrate the Healing Power of Hip Hop with Lord Judah with ArtsWestchester this weekend. Lord Judah will discuss the positive messages about community building, positive life choices and a holisitic lifestyle that he promotes for young people. There will be live performances by local hip hop artists, a fashion segment and graffiti demonstration.

(Additional arts listings below from our Arts Calendar)


Meet and race against local Suburbia Roller Girls at Grand Prix New York in Mt. Kisco this Friday at 6 p.m. There will be food and drinks for sale, music and raffles for the whole family. Kids must be eight or older and 48” to race on the kids’ track or 40” to ride as a passenger. Mentioning “Suburbia” at the door gets you free admission, but race time costs extra.

The Mamaroneck Library is celebrating Children’s Books all day on Saturday starting at 10 a.m. The whole family can enjoy crafts, raffles, games, stories and snacks free of charge in the Children’s Room.

Learn to track animals using clues in nature during How to Think Like a Tracker this Saturday at the Read Sanctuary at Playland Park. You’ll hike through local fields and forests and discover the reciprocal relationship between the environment and its inhabitants. Recommended for ages 12 and up.

Groove is celebrating its Fifth Birthday with live earth-friendly songs and stories on Sunday at 11 a.m. The party is open to families, at $20 each, and includes a CD to take home. CD sales will benefit the Nature Conservancy.


The Mamaroneck Indoor Farmers’ Market runs from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. this Saturday. This week, the Cooking Contest is back from 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Bring your original culinary creation with ingredients form the market to be judged. The winner will receive a gift certificate to the market and the recipe will be featured online. Register at the manager’s table to participate.

Scarsdale’s Farmers’ Market takes place in the Village Hall’s lower level parking lot this Saturday from 9 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. You’ll find local and organic products like wine, meat, produce and jams each week.

More Westchester events from our Arts Calendar…

23/ Friday

DANCE: Performing Arts Center at Purchase College presents Purchase Dance Corps. Spring Concert 2010. Classical and contemporary ballet and modern dance by outstanding choreographers. 8pm, 4/23-4/25. 251-6200 or

LECTURE: New Rochelle Council on the Arts presents Happy Birthday, Mr. Shakespeare! The Sound Shore Shakespeare Festival: Enjoy some birthday cake and an illuminating lecture by Professor John Mahon, co-editor of The Shakespeare Newsletter.” 3pm, 4/23. 633-2060 or

MUSIC: Paramount Center for the Arts presents The Beach Boys. Captained by Mike Love, The Beach Boys continue to create and perform with the same bold imagination and style that marked their explosive debut 40 years ago. 7:30pm, 4/23. 739-2333 or

MUSIC: Performing Arts Center at Purchase College presents Purchase Opera. The Magic Flute by Mozart Jacque Trussel, Chair of the Voice Program will direct, and Hugh Murphy, Purchase Opera’s Music Director will conduct. Mozart’s timeless classic promises to be a magical evening for all. In German with English subtitles and the charming English dialogue of W. H. Auden. 8pm, 4/23-4/25. 251-6200 or

MUSIC: Tanonic Opera presents Dona Flor by Niccolo Van Westerhout, a U.S. premiere and simulcast to Italy along with Giacomo Puccini’s most beloved operas, Suor Angelica. 8pm, 4/23& 4/24. 2pm 4/25. 245-3415 or

THEATER: Hudson Stage Company presents Love Song a terrific new play that was a nominee for the prestigious Olivier Award for Best New Comedy. 8pm 4/24-5/8, 3pm Sundays & 5/8. 8pm, 4/23. 271-2811 or

THEATER: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents Bugsy Malone 1920’s Gangsters, Showgirls, Song and Dance! 7pm, 4/23-4/24. 2pm 4/25. 591-6602 or


24/ Saturday

DANCE: Westchester Community College presents Les Ballet Jazz de Montreal an  exclusive northeast performance. 8pm, 4/24. 606-6262 or

FILM: Paramount Center for the Arts presents The White Ribbon. Set in a small Protestant village in northern Germany on the eve of World War I, White Ribbon asks us to ponder the root causes of evil. 8pm, 4/24-25. 3pm, 4/28 & 4/29 739-2333 or

FILM: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents Il Trittico by Puccini part of The ”Best of” Film Series. 11:30am, 4/24. 591-6602 or

MUSIC: ArtsWestchester presents An Evening with Guy Davis. The routes, and roots,

of Guy Davis’ blues are as diverse as the music form itself. It can be soulful, moaning out a people’s cry, or playful and bouncy as a hayride. The blues permeates every corner of Davis’ creativity. 8pm, 4/24. 428-4220 or

MUSIC: Taghkanic Chorale presents Sacred Works of Russian Masters enjoy the rich harmonies of Rachmaninoff’s All Night Vigil and Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, the complex and varied strains of Stravinsky’s Mass, Pater Noster and Ave Maria and the Chesnokov jewel, Salvation Is Created. 4/24 at 8pm; 4/25 at 4pm. 737-6707 or taghkanicchorale.

MUSIC: Tarrytown Music Hall presents Kisses Sweeter Than Wine. The Guthrie Legacy Project feat. The Klezmatics, Pete Seeger, Fred Helleman, Work O’ The Weavers & Rop Tepper. 8pm, 4/24. 877-840-0457 or

THEATER: Emelin Theater presents RESCHEDULED Judy Gold. Emmy Award winning actress and comedian Judy Gold is best known as the star of the critically acclaimed, long-running Off-Broadway hit show, 25 Questions for a Jewish Mother. 8pm, 4/24. 698-0098 or

THEATER: Iona College Council on the Arts presents Waiting for Godot. 1pm, 4/24-4/25. 637-7796 or

THEATER: White Plains Performing Arts Center presents Charlie & the Chocolate Factory. Sing Stage On Tour in American Sign Language and spoken English by deaf and hearing performers. 3pm, 4/24. 328-1600 or



FILM: Jacob Burns Film Center presents To Be or Not To Be plus Q&A with Annette

Insdorf. 6pm, 4/25. 747-5555 or www.burnsfilmcenter. org

MUSIC: ArtsWestchester presents Songs for My Mother: The Music of Marion ”Doc” Davis and the Music He Loves a nostalgic musical performance featuring soprano Deborah Horne and pianist Michael Shapiro. Dedicated to Doc’s memories of his mother Hassie-Mae the concert explores the formative influences on Doc’s musical and cultural background. Presented in association with the Chappaqua Orchestra. 3pm, 4/25. 428-4220 or

DANCE: Paramount Center for the Arts presents Andy Cooney, Irish America’s Favorite Son Andy Cooney with George Casey, Annette Griffin, & the Celtic Angels Irish Dancers. 2pm, 4/25. 739-2333 or

MUSIC: Copland House presents The Dot and the Line. The ever-popular Jaime Bernstein narrates the New York Premiere of Robert Xavier Rodriguez’s delightful musical setting of the beloved romance in lower mathematics by Norton Juster. Q&A with composer, author, and narrator. 3pm, 4/25. 788-4659 or

MUSIC: Downtown Music at Grace presents Rule Britannia! Personality Bob Sherman leads a pre-concert talk with our two young pianists beginning at 3:30pm. 4pm, 4/25. 248-1112 or

MUSIC: Performers of Westchester presents Joyce Yang, piano with Andy Winogard, violin Debussy, Estamples; Schumann, Carnaval; Franck, Sonata for violin and piano in A Major. 4pm, 4/25. 478-3308 or

MUSIC: Purchase College presents Spring Brass Concert by the Conservatory of Music. Recital Hall Music Bldg. 8pm, 4/25. 251-6800 or

MUSIC: Tarrytown Music Hall presents Roger McGuinn & John Sebastian. From their respective beginnings as leaders of the seminal 60s bands, The Byrds and The Lovin’ Spoonful, these two legendary performers give us elegant melodies, killer hooks and thoughtful, intelligent lyrics. 7pm, 4/25. 877-840-0457 or

MUSIC: White Plains Performing Arts Center presents Fascinating Gershwin. Joseph Joubert, pianist; Rosena Hill, soprano; Nathaniel Stampley, baritone. 2pm, 4/25. 328-1600 or

MUSIC: White Plains Public Library presents Clarice Wilson Memorial Concert, Young Artists’ Showcase – chamber music with Emil Altschuler, violin, and pianist to be announced. 2-4:30pm, 4/25. 422-1480 or

THEATER: Hudson Stage Company presents Love Song. Kolvenbach’s new romantic

comedy will be directed by HSC co-producer Dan Foster director of last fall’s Rabbit Hole. Fri. Sat. 8pm April 23- May 8th Sun. matinee April 25th, 4/25. 271-2811 or

THEATER: M&M Productions presents The Lincoln Continental. The story of a father, a daughter and the car that drives their relationship over three decades. 2pm, 4/25. 739-5654 or

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