This Weekend! July 30.31. Aug 01

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Rye’s Annual Sidewalk Sale winds down with its last two days on Friday and Saturday. You can save up to 75 percent on all types of goods and merchandise between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. There will be free samples, raffles and promotions from local businesses. Rye Chamber of Commerce


Twilight fever? Friday is the last day to enter The Voracious Reader’s Vampires and Werewolves and Zombies, Oh My! Contest. Check out the special display of the month and fill out a word search to enter to win a Twilight tote or Vlad Tod t-shirt. Winners will be announced on Friday.


This Friday and Saturday are the last chance to get a glimpse of exhibition Quartet at the Mamaroneck Artists’ Guild. The show features the work of Barbara Clapman, Myra Hafez, Sherri Paul and Arline Saslowwork.  The gallery will be open from 12 – 5 p.m.


LMC-TV is hosting its annual Summer Picnic this Friday, starting at 3:30 p.m. Head over to Mamaroneck’s Harbor Island for an afternoon of networking, fun and food. Meet the station’s producers and take the whole family along, too. It’s a potluck, so be sure to bring something to share.


Wind down this Friday afternoon with a screening of Finding Nemo at the Rye Free Reading Room. Starting at 3:30 p.m., kids ages five and up can come in and become immersed in the underwater adventures of this Pixar animated film.




It’s all about butterflies this Saturday at the Greenburgh Nature Center. Check out Flights of Fancy, a tour of the center’s new indoor butterfly exhibit. Curator of living collections Travis Brady will be on hand to answer questions about the beautiful “flying flowers.” Included with museum admission.


Local kids are putting on a special production of Red Riding Hood this Saturday at the Emelin Theatre. With 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. shows, audiences can enjoy the classic tale about a girl who goes to her grandmother’s house, with some surprise twists!


Celebrate the gorgeous waters and parks of New Rochelle this Saturday. There will be a Lighted Boat Parade starting at 8 p.m., heading along the city’s shoreline. The best places to take a look at the more than 30 vessels participating are Hudson and Neptune Parks. The parade starts and Hudson Park and ends at Glen Island.




Academy award winner Susan Sarandon is making a special appearance at Pelham’s Picture House as a part of its An Evening With… series. Enjoy a complimentary wine reception this Sunday starting at 6:30 p.m., followed by a screening of her film Atlantic City. Saranadon will begin speaking at 8:45 p.m. and will engage audience members in conversation. $50 in advance; $55 at the door.

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