Westchester Winter Weekly • Local Events week of 02/23


    Tuesday, February 24th 6pm-9pm

    5 courses 5 wines for the Food Bank of Westchester
    Cedar Street Grill • Dobbs Ferry

    Wednesday, February 25 • 8pm
    The Musical Box performs Genesis’ : “Selling England By The Pound”
    Tarrytown Music Hall

    Wednesday, February 25 • 6pm-8pm
    Cooking Class with Chef Jay
    Crabtree’s Kittle House • Chappaqua
    Chef Jay will teach you how to cook like a professional chef at the Kittle House Cooking Class, on February 25th, 2015, 6-8pm at the Kittle House.

    Thursday, February 26 • 7pm
    Meet Local Author, Fran Claro
    Irvington Library

    “Local author Fran Claro will visit the Irvington Public Library to introduce her book, The Macaroni’s In the Basement: Stories and Recipes, Brooklyn 1947. Claro will reminisce about her four indomitable Italian grandmas, who ruled all social activity in their South Brooklyn neighborhood from inside their kitchens. Recipes will be shared! Copies of the book will be available for purchase and for the author to sign.”

    Friday, February 27 • 8pm
    Movie Screening: Whiplash
    Irvington Town Hall Theater

    Saturday, February 28 • 9am – 1pm
    Hastings Farmers Market
    Indoors at James Harmon Community Center • Hastings-on-Hudson

    Saturday, February 28 • 7:30pm
    Pros(e) of Pie
    Curious on Hudson • Dobbs Ferry
    “Pros(e) of Pie is the Hudson Valley’s most popular monthly storytelling series and the only storytelling show in the nation where you enjoy the stories and rate the refreshments!”

    Sunday, March 1 • 2pm – 5pm (thru March 22nd)
    Opening Reception: Influences;
    Upstream Artists Explore their Roots

    Upstream Gallery • Hastings-on-Hudson
    “The Influences show at Upstream Gallery examines the place our artists hold in this great ongoing flow of art history. Each artist will exhibit work alongside a photograph of a piece by another artist who has been pivotal for us at some point.”

    Sunday, March 1 • 3pm
    Artists Conversatons: Chef Ivan Orkin
    Estherwood Mansion, The Masters School • Dobbs Ferry

    Conversations are presented by RiverArts in association with The Masters School. Admission by donation.

    Sunday, March 1 from 2pm – 5pm
    Lunar New Year Celebration of Chinese Traditional Arts
    ArtsWestchester • White Plains

    “Presented by ArtsWestchester’s Folk Arts Program. 2015 is Year of the Goat in the Chinese calendar. The Lunar New Year is celebrated for two weeks following February 19th. On Sunday, March 1st, ArtsWestchester partners with the Westchester/Hudson Valley chapter of OCA, a national advocacy group for Asian and Pacific Americans, to present a showcase of local and regional traditional artists across a wide variety of art forms, from music to dance, magic and visual arts.”

    Sunday, March 3pm-4:30pm
    Dragon and Fairy Tales Performed by Master Storyteller Jonathan Kruk!
    Hudson Social • Dobbs Ferry
    “Immerse your family in this magical world with Master Storyteller Jonathan Kruk at the Hudson Social Restaurant. Enjoy adventuresome tales children step into, a story-maker’s workshop, a few silly songs and, of course, snacks.”


    Monday, March 2 @ 7:30pm
    “The Pursuit of Happiness” : A Comedy by Richard Dresser, Directed by Kevin O’Rourke
    The Purple Crayon • Hastings-on-Hudson

    A play reading to benefit the Hastings Schools at The Purple Crayon, Hastings
    7:30pm Reception with Playwright and Director
    8:15pm Reading (75 minutes)
    $75 in advance, $85 at the door
    Advance tickets available at By the Way Bakery, Greenleaf Pharmacy & the High School Office

    Saturday, March 7
    Ardsley Education Foundation’s Spring 2015 Gala
    The Coliseum • White Plains

    The AEF is already working toward our 2015 Spring Gala, which will be held at The Coliseum on Saturday, March 7, 2015. This is our biggest fundraiser of the year; proceeds benefit all of our children by enhancement to our district funding for cultural and educational endeavors. We look forward to a fun-filled evening with high profits from our online and live event auctions!

    Saturday, March 7 @ 8pm & Sunday, March 8 @ 3pm
    Next Fall: A Play by Geoffrey Nauffts
    Irvington Town Hall Theater

    This Tony Award-nominated play goes beyond the typical love story to explore what it means to believe and what it might cost us not to. 

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