LawnChair Theatre will present the outdoor event Like the Summer Sun: The Bard Meets the Beatles at a few Westchester locations, including two performances in Rye on Aug. 6 and 7. See listing for details.
LawnChair Theatre will present the outdoor event Like the Summer Sun: The Bard Meets the Beatles at a few Westchester locations, including two performances in Rye on Aug. 6 and 7. See listing for details.

In-person events:

LawnChair Theatre will present the outdoor event “Like the Summer Fun: The Bard Meets the Beatles” Thurs., Aug. 6-Fri., Aug. 14 at the following locations: Thurs., Aug. 6 and Fri., Aug. 7, Village Green, Rye Free Reading Room, Rye, and Fri., Aug. 14, Bedford Playhouse lawn, 633 Old Post Rd., Bedford. This is a curated collection of the best of the British invasion, pairing songs by the Fab Four with favorite sonnets from Shakespeare, along with readings of short segments from As You Like It, Romeo and Juliet, King Lear, Macbeth and many more.

Performances begin at 6 p.m.; lawns open at 5 p.m. Bring a picnic and your favorite lawn chair. Socially distanced spaces will be clearly designated at each venue and should be reserved in advance. Masks are required when not in your designated area. Performers will be masked when they are not speaking or singing. The stage area will be at least 12 ft. from the audience. For reservations and ticketing information, go to

The Village of Rye Brook will be holding a blood drive in conjunction with the American Red Cross on Wed., Aug. 12 at Anthony J. Posillipo Community Center, 32 Garibaldi Pl. from 2-7 p.m. Call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) to schedule an appointment or search online for sponsor code: VillageRB. During the pandemic, there will be no walk-ins.

The Village of Rye Brook will present Drive-In Movie under the stars Fri., Aug. 14 at 8:30 p.m. at 1100 King Street (Kingsbrook Office Park, formerly Reckson). Jack Malik is a struggling singer-songwriter in an English seaside town whose dreams of fame are rapidly fading, despite the fierce devotion and support of his childhood best friend, Ellie. After a freak bus accident during a mysterious global blackout, Jack wakes up to discover that The Beatles have never existed. Performing songs by the greatest band in history to a world that has never heard them, Jack becomes on overnight sensation with a little help from his agent. $10 per car. Pre-registration is required at 

Zumba in the Park classes are taking place at Crawford Park in Rye Brook Monday nights at 5:15 p.m. with small group size and social contact rules applying. $10 suggested donation per class. Instructor is Martha Oceguera. For information or to register, email

Rye Brook Recreation is presenting a Skills, Drills and Fun…Basketball Clinic this summer for boys and girls entering 3rd-5th grade, 9:15-10 a.m. $200 per week. The program for middle school boys and girls entering grades 6-8 will run 10:15-11:15 a.m. $250 per week; Basketball for high school boys and girls entering 9th-12th grade will run 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. $250 per week. All sessions take place at Garibaldi Park. Ball handling, passing, shooting and man defense all taught each day. Programs will teach individual skills and use drills to reinforce what was taught. The goal is to have fun, work hard and get better! All classes will be taught by Coach Steven Bluth, Varsity Basketball Coach at Riverdale Country School. Dates are as follows: Aug. 3-6 (rain date Aug. 7) and Aug. 10-13 (rain date Aug. 14). (Mon.-Thurs., rain date Fri.). Must sign up for minimum of 2 weeks. Attendees should bring a basketball, drink, sunscreen, disinfecting wipes, sneakers/workout clothes. Register at CommunityPass. After you register make checks payable to Steven Bluth and mail them to Rye Brook Recreation, 938 King St, RBNY, 10573.

Westchester Tennis Center welcomes Village of Rye Brook residents for private or semi-private tennis lessons at Harkness Park Tennis Courts near Blind Brook High School. Village of Rye Brook residents will receive a 10% discount on new client private and semi-private lessons. The discounted lesson fees (per hour) are here: Staff pro: private $108.00, semi $65.00 per player; Senior pro: private $117, semi $70 per player; Master pro: private $153, semi $92 per player. Contact Janice Frank or Lauren Levine for reservations or questions.

Westchester County Parks is offering the following volunteer opportunities in August: Tues-Thurs., Aug. 4-6—Invasive plant removal at Tibbets Brook Park in Yonkers, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.; Thurs., Aug. 6—Invasive Plant Removal at Lasdon Park in Yonkers, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.; Fri., Aug. 7--Litter removal at Blue Mountain Park in Peekskill, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and Invasive plant removal at Wampus Pond in Armonk, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Additional events will be listed in an upcoming issue.

Volunteers must arrive on site with their own mask and must practice safe social distance at all times. Tools and work gloves will be provided; please bring your own water. Pre-registration required at For questions email or call 914/231-4600.

The Pelham Art Center will be the first to host an exhibition of artwork in the USPS Art Project. It will be on view Aug. 1-31 at the gallery, 155 Fifth Ave. The USPS Art Project was started by artist Christina Massey as a call to action for her fellow artists to support the United States Postal Service during the COVID-19 crisis. Artists each begin artworks for their collaboration partners to finish, sending them to each other by mail. It is designed to help artists feel connected while practicing social distancing and in doing so, supporting the financially struggling USPS at the same time. The exhibit is free and open for everyone in groups no larger than eight people. Hours: Tues.-Fri., 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Sat., 12-4 p.m. and Sun., Aug. 2, 1-3 p.m. during their Community Art Day (see below).

As part of its community art initiative, PAC has announced Community Art Days and “Pelham Art Rocks.” An Outdoor Community Art Day will take place Sun., Aug. 2, 1-3 p.m. (Rain date: Aug. 9.) The Community Art Days aim to bring artmaking to the public in a collaborative and fun way, with the use of social distance practices. PAC teachers will be present in the Pelham Art Center Courtyard at 155 Fifth Avenue doing live painting demos. Come speak with an artist, watch an artist create, and join in their new community art project! Part of the upcoming Community Art Days is “Pelham Art Rocks!” a collaborative public art installation consisting of individual rocks painted by community members. Come take a rock, paint a rock, and leave a rock under the Pelham Art Center red arch! Visitors can create a rock during any of the three Community Art Days or paint their rock at home and return it under the arch later. PAC invites everyone to contribute a colorful design to build an Art Rock Garden as a tribute to the strength and beauty of our community. Disposable materials will be provided on site to participate in Pelham Art Rocks, or visitors are welcome to paint their rock from home and return it to the arch at their convenience. For those painting from home, suggested paints are acrylic and details can be added using paint markers. Consider mandala rocks, patterned rocks, inspirational words, spirals, shapes and patterns for your design. It is recommended to add a top coat clear acrylic sealer on top of your painted rocks. For additional information go to

The Entergy Screenings Under the Stars outdoor movie series at Kensico Dam Plaza has been a staple of Westchester’s summer fun and entertainment scene for the past 16 years. And, this year for the first time, Kensico will be transformed into a drive-in, presenting Wonder Park (PG, 2019) on Fri., Aug. 14, allowing movie-goers to enjoy this animated film in a socially-distanced way. Ticketed admission with purchase available by online pre-sale only. Tickets are on sale now for Wonder Park at Tickets are $20 per car and there will be a 125-car limit due to capacity and distancing protocols.

The Playland parking lot will be transformed into a drive-in theater, presenting Aladdin (PG, 2019) Fri., July 31 and Doolittle (PG, 2020) Fri., Aug. 7, allowing movie-goers to enjoy classic live-action, family-friendly films in a socially-distanced way. The movies are part of Westchester County Parks’ Screenings under the Stars series.

Aladdin tells the story of a kind-hearted street urchin and a power-hungry Grand Vizier vie for a magic lamp that has the power to make their deepest wishes come true. Doolittle follows a physician who can talk to animals and embarks on an adventure to find a legendary island with a young apprentice and a crew of strange pets. Both movies will be ticketed-admission events, with purchase available by online pre-sale only. Aladdin tickets are available now; Doolittle tickets will go on sale Wed., July 29 starting at 2 p.m. at Tickets are $20 per car and there will be limited capacity following social distancing protocols.

Moviegoers will be asked to maintain a six-foot distance from others when exiting their vehicles, and to wear a mask at all times when outside their vehicles. No gatherings will be permitted. Exiting your vehicle will be permitted when using the restrooms. Restrooms at Lake Boating will be available and will be serviced routinely. Hand sanitizer will be available.

The beaches at Playland and Croton Point Park are open for the season at reduced capacity, weather permitting. The two beaches and the parks where they are located—Croton Point Park in Croton-on-Hudson and Playland Park in Rye, will be available only to Westchester residents.

Those entering either park will be required to verify their Westchester residency with their Westchester County Park Pass or driver’s license with a Westchester address. All beachgoers are required to follow park staff’s instructions and posted signs regarding social distancing protocols and everyone must have a mask. The beaches will be open from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. with no admittance after 6 p.m. Parking at Playland and Croton Point Park is $5 per car with the park pass and $10 per car without. Admission to the beaches is $4 for adults, $3 for children ages 5 to 11 and free for children age 5 and under.

No food concessions will be open. Bathrooms will be open; showers and locker rooms will be closed.

Curtain Call, Inc. will present two weekends of Shakespeare. Performances will be held July 31, Aug. 1 & 2 at The Sterling Farms Theatre Complex, 1349 Newfield Ave., Stamford, CT. Monologues and scenes from their 16 years of Shakespeare on the Green presentations will be supplemented by songs from Shakespeare-inspired musicals like West Side Story, Kiss Me Kate and the like in a traditional cabaret event--no sets, maybe a hat, vest or feathered boa for costume, and just the brilliance of Shakespeare's words. As in the past, lighting and sound systems will be in place so you can see and hear everything very well. A three-piece band will accompany the singers. “Taming of the Shrew”, “Much Ado About Nothing”, “Merchant of Venice”, “Othello”, “Romeo and Juliet”, “Macbeth” and more will be represented as well as songs from the previously mentioned musicals.

Due to current safety protocols, advance reservations are required. All State of Connecticut guidelines for seating which includes spacing groups 15 feet apart will apply and there will be designated spaces, five feet square. (On a blanket, that's about 4 people comfortably; four chairs as well.) A minimum contribution for a reservation is $25 per person; $20 for Senior Citizens. Children under 21 attend free. Patrons must follow six foot social distance markers while waiting to be admitted. Patrons must wear masks until seated by ushers. Masks may be removed once seated, but are required when passing through the crowd to restrooms or food tent. Seating will be on a first come, first served basis. The park will be open for seating at 6:30 p.m. for a 7:30 p.m. start.  Blankets and sand chairs are suggested. Alcoholic beverages may not be brought into the park. Wine, beer, soda, and pre-packaged meals will be available onsite provided by The Stillery, the new restaurant at Sterling Farms. You may also order meals in advance by calling 203/998.7225.

The Norwalk Seaport Association is offering a fascinating two-hour cruise that begins with a leisurely cruise through the historic Norwalk Harbor. Passengers will hear the tale of how Native Americans shared the joy of eating oysters with early English settlers, a Norwalk specialty still enjoyed today. The harbor area has a rich history of commercial shipping with 18th c. sloops sailing to ports as far as the West Indies and, the engaging stories of Norwalk's waters that once teemed with pirates. On this cruise, passengers will see two of only 33 remaining sparkplug lighthouses still in existence in the U.S. The grand finale of the harbor cruise is to pass by historic Sheffield Island Lighthouse, the undisputed icon of Connecticut’s maritime heritage. Passengers will also see a wildlife refuge, cute lightkeepers’ cottage, and the new wooden pavilion.

The Seaport Association is running daytime cruises at 12 and 3 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday through September. Sunset Cruises will be offered Wed.-Sun., at 6 p.m. through September. Weekday cruises begin on July 1, with daytime cruises offered Wed. at 11:30 a.m., and on Thurs. and Fri. at 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. The boat will not run on Monday and Tuesday. Adult tickets are $30, children 12 and under $18, and a family pack for four passengers is $75. Sunset cruises are $30 per person. The boat sails promptly as scheduled so it is best to arrive at the dock 30 minutes before departure. The Association cannot accept cash or transaction at the Seaport Dock. For tickets go to or call 203-838-9444.

The Galleria at White Plains invites Westchester County’s residents to walk or run around the Galleria five times: the equivalent of five kilometers. The Galleria 5K Challenge is easy. Simply start at the Galleria 5K sign posted near the Main Street garage entrance by Macy’s and begin walking or running. One kilometer is the equivalent of walking or jogging around the Galleria at White Plains once on the public sidewalks from Court Street to Main Street, S. Lexington Avenue and Martine Avenue. There’s no set time or day for the Galleria 5K Challenge. Participants can do it whenever they please. Friends can do it together so long as they maintain proper social distance. Participants who complete five circles around the Galleria at White Plains are invited to post #Galleria5K or #GalleriaHigh5 on their social media platforms.

 Other 10573 events:

Clay Art Center is presenting the following virtual programs: Natalia Arbelaez Artist Talk: Storytelling the past and present to save for the future. Sat., Aug. 1, 1-2 p.m. Register at; Georgia Tenore Artist Demo: Drawing for Ceramic Design & Surface. Fri., Aug. 7, 6:30 p.m. Register at and Don Reyolds Artist Demo: Surfaces, Let's talk about Underglaze. Thurs., Aug. 13, 7-8 p.m. Register at

CAC is offering Kids Clay Virtual Parties via Zoom for a fun way for your child to celebrate with friends virtually. Let CAC host a virtual get together for an upcoming birthday party, scout meeting, school friends get together or weekly playdate where CAC instructors will guide kids through a fun clay project of your choosing. For ages 7-teen. Curbside clay pickup available at Clay Art Center. You must be able to download Zoom video chat. Clay and supplies where applicable must be purchased separately. For a list of supplies (if needed) for each program and to register, go to

CAC is also offering Adult Clay Virtual Parties! Plan a fun upcoming birthday party, work team-building exercise, or creative check-in with your friends. Schedule a party at

In addition, Clay Art Center is presenting the exhibition “Connections” on their website thru Dec. 31. It is a virtual exhibit of postcards documenting ceramic artists’ experiences during this time of COVID-19. CAC invited ceramic artists to participate in a nationwide response to the situation we all find ourselves in due to the coronavirus asking them to share their experiences, as expressed through the creation of a postcard which they will share with us digitally. In this two-part exhibition ceramic artists from across the US submitted images of postcards in process, whether as drawings, mixed media or clay, along with a message about their experience during this time. The second part of this exhibition will take place at Clay Art Center Gallery (date TBD when Clay Art Center opens). Fifty postcards from the virtual gallery will be selected for an in-person exhibition. Artists will translate their virtual postcards into a ceramic postcard that will be displayed alongside their written message about their experience. View the exhibit at

Weir Farm, an oil painting by Rye Brook artist Joseph Fama, has been accepted into this year’s Virtual Salon Exhibition of Traditional Oils. The 2020 exhibition will be available for viewing from Aug. 13 at 6:30 pm. thru Oct. 3 on the OPA website,

Port Chester Day Camp and Rye Brook Recreation Day Camps have been canceled for this year.

The Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library is closed until further notice. Children entering kindergarten and up can visit the Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library's website, and participate in the online Summer Reading Program. Children can record the books they read and complete exciting challenges over the summer. All children who read at least 1 book will be awarded a Virtual Certificate of Completion!  For more information, email the Children’s Department at the Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library: This program is being sponsored by The Friends of the Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library.

All shows at The Capitol Theatre and Garcia’s in Port Chester are canceled or postponed. At The Capitol, Nate Bargatze, originally Sun., Apr. 5, has been postponed to Oct. 4. Sunrise Day Camp Benefit featuring Jessie’s Girl originally May 1 & 2 has been postponed to Sept. 25 & 26; Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons is postponed from Sun., May 17 to Sun., Nov. 22. Umphrey’s McGee originally May 1-2 is rescheduled for Sept. 25-26; Sheryl Crow postponed from Apr. 7 & 21 to Oct. 21 & 22; Billy Strings postponed from Apr. 11 to Dec. 4 and The Beach Boys postponed from Apr. 4 to Apr. 3, 2021. The following shows have not yet been rescheduled: Phil Lesh & Friends, Disco Biscuits, Lake Street Drive, Lukas Nelson, Rival Sons and The Struts. The following shows have been canceled: Bombay Bicycle Club (originally June 11) and Michael Frantis and Spearhead (originally June 23). Refund at point of purchase. Original tickets will be honored on the new date and tickets for all performances can be purchased at

Bingo that usually takes place Tuesdays at Corpus Christi-Holy Rosary School Cafeteria has been cancelled until further notice.

Other online events:

Community Synagogue of Rye has announced the following schedule in effect until Labor Day weekend: Fridays: Shabbat Service at 6:30 pm via Zoom and Saturdays: Torah Study at 9:00 a.m. via Zoom. To join services, email for Zoom link and password.

The Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center will present a live discussion, and question and answer session about the of the film, Resistance with actor Jesse Eisenberg and directors Jonathan & Claudine Jakubowicz Mon., Aug. 3 at 7 p.m. from the safety of your own home. Resistance is based on a true story of mime Marcel Marceau’s work with the French Resistance to save tens of thousands of orphans during the Holocaust. Long before he rose to international fame as a mime, Marceau put his fledgling career as an artist on hold to spirit Jewish refugee children out of Nazi-occupied France, even as his own father was murdered at Auschwitz. Register at

Resistance is available on demand through Amazon, Apple TV, Direct TV, Vudu, Xbox, Xfinity, Spectrum, and YouTube. This event is co-sponsored by Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester, Community Synagogue of Rye, Congregation B’nai Yisrael, Congregation KTI, Greenwich Reform Synagogue, Hebrew Institute of White Plains, Jewish Community Center of Harrison, Westchester Hebrew High School, and Young Israel of Scarsdale.

Virtual Southwest Cafe Margarita 5k Benefits Ability Beyond. The 14th annual fundraiser will run July31-Aug. 2 with raffles & free margaritas to benefit people with disabilities. The Margarita 5k will benefit Ability Beyond. Although the race will be held virtually due to safety issues with gathering in large crowds, runners will still get a margarita! In a virtual race, runners will choose when and where to run during a specific window of time. Participants can run a 5k anytime between July 31, at 12 a.m.-Aug. 2 at 11:59 p.m. People can run anywhere that's safe, including a treadmill. The organizers discourage running the traditional in-person course as there will be no traffic control or police to guide traffic.

The cost is $20. Runners will receive a tech T-shirt and a race bib which then becomes a coupon for a margarita. The coupon can be redeemed with the purchase of a take-out dinner from Southwest Café located at 109 Danbury Rd in Ridgefield. Separate, ‘non-coupon’ bibs will be available for underage runners. One coupon per person per visit and bib must be presented. Coupon is good one time only until Oct. 31. Register at Additional information will be in the RACE GUIDE that will be emailed to runners. Direct donations to the program are also being accepted.


The Clay Art Center in Port Chester has reopened. In-person classes will start Sept. 8 for adults & youth! They are planning a full slate of Fall classes with registration in early - mid August. Stay tuned for more details in the coming weeks. Member only registration will open first. If you are not a member yet, you can join at to have exclusive first access to class registrations. Visit for more information on Reopening Protocols.

Ballet des Amériques in Port Chester is welcoming its talented dance students for their 2020 Summer Intensive. The BdA is giving young dance artists and professionals access to high-caliber, in-person instruction. A limited number of Summer Intensive spots were offered to their students, with a few openings now remaining for certain levels for qualified and self-disciplined applicants. For information go to

The Westchester County Clerk’s Office is now open to the public by appointment. Appointments may be made by phone at 914/995-3080 or online using the office's new appointment scheduling software at When scheduling an appointment online, the customer will select the specific service they require. An appointment will be reserved for the appropriate amount of time for the service needed. For certain services, the scheduling software will request additional information, which will allow staff to prepare documents in advance of the customer's visit, guaranteeing the public's appointments will be as brief as possible. While scheduling appointments, the software will also provide information to the customer so that they know what documents, payments, identification, or other materials are required for the particular service. 

The White Plains Public Library has reopened to allow the public to browse and borrow material. Expect a “stripped down” library: no chairs, no computers, no programs, not even any coffee! But there are plenty of new books, movies, and music CDs just waiting to be borrowed and enjoyed. The Library will be open Mon.-Thurs., 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and 1-5 p.m. on Fri. and Sat. Only a limited number of patrons will be allowed into the building at any given time, and you will need to reserve a spot online or by calling 914/422-1400.

Historic Hudson Valley will welcome visitors back to Washington Irving's Sunnyside for a special outdoor-only experience and limited capacity self-guided tours of Union Church of Pocantico Hills beginning Fri., Aug. 7. For information and to purchase tickets go to

The Empire State Building Observatory has reopened. The universally-recognized symbol of New York City to the world will feature a brand new $165 million Observatory. Environmental Quality is accompanied by new protocols and employee training and full compliance with all government requirements.  Visits will initially be limited to New York State’s Phase 4 capacity guidelines, and they will prevent crowds through a shift to timed, online reservations only. To purchase tickets and for updated operating hours, go to

The Wildlife Conservation Society has announced that the Bronx Zoo, Central Park Zoo, Prospect Park Zoo, Queens Zoo and NY Aquarium have reopened. All visitors will need to reserve a date and time for their visit, available through Sept. 7. Masks will be required and sanitizing stations will be available for frequent hand washing.

The Katonah Museum of Art has officially reopened to the public. Following New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Executive Order, ‘New York on PAUSE’ and subsequent guidelines, the Museum will operate at 25% of its total capacity while enacting new safety measures, including advance online ticket purchases, social distancing throughout galleries and outdoor areas, and enhanced sanitizing and cleaning protocols. Bisa Butler: Portraits, the first solo museum exhibition of the artist’s work, features her vivid and larger-than-life quilts that capture African American identity and culture. Originally intended to open on March 15, the KMA was able to extend the exhibition from thru Oct. 4. Timed ticket purchases will be required. All visitors must pre-purchase Museum admission tickets online in advance at Details regarding the reopening are available at

Bisa Butler Live in Conversation will be presented Sun., Aug. 2, 4-5:30 p.m. In a virtual conversation with KMA Executive Director Michael Gitlitz, Butler will discuss her work and influences and will also describe how narrative and identity inform her work $5. Registration required at

A Family Tour & Art Making: Exploring Patterns will be offered virtually Mon., Aug. 10, 4-5 p.m. This is a free, fun and interactive virtual family experience from the comfort of your home. Led by KMA educators, young audiences will discover the colorful patterns in Bisa Butler’s portrait quilts and explore creative pattern-making from recycled materials and other supplies found at home. A list of materials will be sent before the tour date.. Registration required. Recommended for ages 5 and up. Register at

Lyndhurst Mansion in Tarrytown is welcoming guests to its grounds to picnic and enjoy all the site has to offer. Tickets are required and only 100 are sold per day. Tickets are $10 per person and free for members. The grounds of Lyndhurst open at 10 a.m. and the last guests are permitted in at 3 p.m. The grounds close at 5 p.m. Picnicking is allowed, so long you carry out what you carry in! The Bowling Alley bathrooms will be open and a mask must be worn inside the restrooms. For more information and to purchase tickets go to

Saxon Woods Pool in White Plains, Sprain Ridge Pool and Tibbets Brook Pool, both in Yonkers, and Wilson Woods Pool in Mt. Vernon are all now open. Pools, which are for Westchester County residents only, will be open daily at 50% capacity for sunning and swimming. Session One, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Session Two, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Session One wristbands go on sale 9 a.m. until sold out at locations. Session Two wristbands go on sale only when Session One is sold out. Any Session Two wristbands remaining will go on sale again at 2 p.m. All tickets sold at the pool day of visit only. Admission: $4 adults and children; free for children under 5 but counted as part of maximum occupancy. No issuance of seasonal Swim Passes. No refunds or rainchecks. Food concessions are open under New York State social distancing protocols. Bathrooms are open; showers are closed.

Saxon Woods Aqua Playground; Sprain Ridge Aqua Splash Pad; Wilson Woods No Waves, Aqua Playground, Splash Pad, Slides; Tibbetts Brook No Tubes, Aqua Playground, Basketball Court, Slides are all closed. Playland Pool is closed for the season. For more information, visit the Westchester County Parks Department website.

Storm King Art Center, located at 1 Museum Rd., New Windsor, N.Y., has reopened its 500-acre site to the public in an outdoor experience with limited capacity. There will be new outdoor presentations by Kiki Smith and Martha Tuttle. As a condition of entry, visitors will be required to book tickets online for a timed entry in advance of their visit, adhere to physical distancing guidelines while on site, and wear a face covering in areas where physical distancing cannot be maintained. The Museum Store and Outdoor Café will remain temporarily closed and the tram and bike rental will not be available in the first stage of opening.

Timed-entry tickets for July 15 onwards will be available for the public to book online a

Yorktown Recreation has announced the reopening of Sparkle Lake Beach for swimming. To ensure public health, capacity at the lake will be limited and there will be other rules in effect. For information contact Yorktown Supervisor Matt Slater at 914-962-5722 x201 or

Greenwich Hospital and all its off-site locations are once again fully open. New safety measures and procedures are in place to protect patients and staff, which allow the hospital to remain fully operational and treat patients with the coronavirus.

The Bruce Museum in Greenwich has reopened to members and the public, upon receiving the necessary certification from state agencies. Admission is by advance reservation, with timed ticketing to ensure the comfort and safety of visitors and staff. Admission will be free to all visitors upon the Museum’s reopening to the public. The exhibit iCreate, the 11th Annual Exhibition of High School Artists, will be on view thru Aug. 2. The exhibition On the Edge of the World: Masterworks by Laurits Andersen Ring from SMK—the National Gallery of Denmark showcases 25 of Ring’s most important paintings, which represent the key themes, sheer variety, and complexity of his work. It will be on view through Aug. 9, in the Museum’s recently renovated and expanded main art gallery. Aug. 8-Oct. 11: House on the Hill—The Changing Face of the Bruce Museum. Rev. D. Francis Lister Hawks, a lawyer, clergyman and historian built the large. Granite mansion in the 1850s. In 1858 it was purchased by wealthy merchant Robert Moffat Bruce who later gave the building to the Town of Greenwich to be used as a museum. This new exhibit will explore how the views of the Bruce have transformed over time. The following hours of operation and admission policy are in effect until further notice: 9:30 10:30 a.m., Tues.-Sun.--the Museum is open only to self-selected individuals over the age of 65 or who are immunocompromised; 10:30-11:30 a.m., Tues.-Sun., The Bruce will welcome Museum members only for one hour of special access. All remaining Museum hours are unchanged—Tues.-Sun., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. To reserve a timed ticket to visit, go to or call 203-869-0376.

Kenise Barnes Fine Arts is open and presenting new exhibitions, Poppy Tea Pot, 2020, New Paintings by Melanie Parke and A Year in Windows, a solo exhibition of new oil paintings by Sophie Treppendahl, both are on view thru Aug. 1 and Cool & Collected ’20 (The Vacation House Edition), Thurs., Aug. 6-Sept. 19. Gallery hours: Tues.-Sat., 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. and by appointment at 1947 Palmer Ave., Larchmont.

The Arthur Murray Dance Studio in Greenwich has reopened. There are going to be a few changes in the way they will be conducting the lessons as well as keeping the studio safe for all the students and staff. They will be conducting only private lessons at this time at the studio but continue group classes online. To schedule lessons or for any questions please contact them via email at

The Lagond Music School in Elmsford has officially reopened its doors. In addition to increasing the frequency and thoroughness to their already meticulous cleaning procedures, they have implemented additional changes until further notice. For detailed information go to

The Hudson River Museum has reopened to the public. Visitors will be able to experience the special exhibitions currently on view: Derrick Adams: Buoyant and Adams’We Came to Party and Plan; Collection Spotlight: Derrick Adams Selects; Self in the City: Highlights from the Collections of the HRM and Art Bridges; and Frances Hynes: Constellations, as well as the permanent installation The Bookstore by Red Grooms. The Museum Courtyard will be open, and visitors are invited to enjoy the lawn by bringing their own mat or blanket. The reopened Museum will allow guests to experience the HRM while taking measures to ensure the safety of our staff and visitors. Museum hours this summer will be Thurs.–Sun., 12–5 p.m. On Saturday evenings the HRM will be open until 7 p.m. Advanced, timed-entry tickets and reservations will be required. Visitors will be able to choose from various slots per day. Capacity is strictly limited, and visitors must arrive and depart from the Museum within their reserved time slot. The Museum has reduced capacity to 40 visitors per time slot, until further notice. Face masks will be required for visitors older than two years old, and for all staff members. All visitors and staff will also be asked to adhere to social-distancing guidelines and use hand sanitizer upon entry to the Museum. Timed tickets are on sale at or call 914/963-4550. Tickets are nonrefundable. Questions can also be e-mailed

Their free Summer Amphitheater series will begin Aug. 1. The performances will take place in the outdoor theater adjacent to the Museum and overlooking the Hudson River. For this year’s season, the HRM will be presenting one performance each weekend on Saturday evenings in August and September, with socially distanced seating, and a limited capacity of 50 guests at each performance. All performances are free and begin at 8 p.m., with doors opening at 7:30 p.m. Reservations are required through

SPRYE events are canceled until further notice; however, the SPRYE office will remain open. For the protection of its volunteers SPRYE will also be suspending volunteer rides to appointments, shopping and other errands. However, if you need groceries, medication or other essential items, call the office at 914-481-5706 and they will be delivered. If you have a medical need or feel ill, the office can arrange transportation to get you to your health care provider through a car service or taxi.

The Outdoor Concert featuring Rachel and Keve that took place Sat., July 25 on the steps of Old Town Hall in Brewster will be available online beginning Sun., Aug. 2 at 7 p.m. via Facebook and YouTube. This is a presentation of the Cultural Arts Coalition and donations are gratefully accepted at:

Coming soon to Concerts Around the Corner: Jazz with Mary Ann McSweeney in the Garden Around the Corner. Sat., Aug. 8 at 6:30 p.m. will be available online Sat. Aug. 15. For more information on Cultural Arts Coalition events, visit: or on Facebook, Cultural Arts Coalition.

ArtsWestchester’s Teen Tuesdays and Thursdays program has gone digital and offers new art-making workshops led by professional teaching artists each week. All of the workshops are available on ArtsWestchester’s YouTube channel. Go to

The Picture House in Pelham is offering the following summer online program: No Kids Allowed: Summer Film Study for Grown-Ups, Aug. 6-27. This adults-only class will meet together online during the first week for introductions and will wrap up with an online group discussion (bring your libation of choice). Weekly videos, which you can watch at your convenience, will provide context for short films and one feature film curated around a central theme. Register at

White Plains Public Library will present STEAM Camp: STEM Superheroes, Mon.-Thurs., Aug. 3-6, 1-2:30 p.m. Youth in grades 4-6 will learn about the historic inventors and innovators who used science, technology, engineering, and math to solve real world problems to become real-life STEM superheroes! Each day, we will go back in time and discover an innovator from history such as Alan Turing, Ada Lovelace, Jacques Cousteau, Bjarke Ingels, the Wright Brothers, and more. Through the concepts learned from historic figures and the impact they made, we will face challenges along with our friendly neighborhood heroes and help them save the world with STEM. Registration is required. Registration is for all 4 days of the camp and attendance at all 4 days is expected. This program is supported by the White Plains Library Foundation and Con Edison. Register at and NASA—One Giant Leap, Aug. 10-13. 1-2:30 p.m. This event is waitlisted. Contact Virtual Table Top Games, Mon., Aug. 3 & 17, 4-5:30 p.m. Play table top games virtually with Erik and Ashley. The event will be hosted on Zoom and the games will be played on Please make a free account on boardgamearena prior to the event. For information on joining, go to and click on the date(s) you wish to attend:

The White Plains Public Library is offering online programs on Zoom including: Morning Storytime, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 11-11:30 a.m., stories and songs for ages 2-6 with a Trove Librarian. Attend the program by accessing Zoom with the date of the program. Evening Storytime, Tues. & Thurs., 6:30-7 p.m., stories and songs for ages 2-6 with a Trove Librarian. Attend the program by clicking the Zoom link for the specific date you wish to attend. Register through Zoom at Dewey the Dragon, thru Sat., Aug. 1, all day. Join Dewey the Dragon and his puppet friends as they read and act out some of your favorite fairy tales! Watch the pre-recorded video any time you want, as many times as you want, all week Link is available at English Conversation Group, Mon., Aug. 3, 10, 17 & 31, 2-3 p.m. For ESL speakers. Come practice your English conversation skills in this fun, supportive virtual setting! Feel free to bring your own conversation topic. For information on joining, go to and click on the date(s) you wish to attend. Wed., Aug. 5—Puppet Crafting. 11-11:50 a.m. Puppeteer Nicola Rose will teach you how to construct your own puppets at home via Zoom. The link is and Family Fun Fridays, Aug. 7 & 14, 11 a.m.-12 p.m. featuring Puppet Storytime on Aug. 7 and Imagine Land: A Music Adventure on Aug. 14. Select the date you want at zoom link,

The White Plains Library’s annual International Film Festival is going virtual this summer! Watch the films on Kanopy, the Library's free streaming service, and join us for a lively discussion on Tuesdays from 2-3 p.m. on Zoom. The schedule of films is as follows: Tues., Aug. 4--Becoming Astrid.Watch the film on Kanopy, the Library's free streaming service, and join us for a lively discussion. Teenaged Astrid Lindgren, future author of Pippi Longstocking, leads a carefree life in rural Sweden. Eager to break free from her conservative upbringing, she accepts an internship at a local newspaper where she attracts the attention of its married editor. After Astrid becomes pregnant, she leaves home to give birth to a son, whom she reluctantly leaves with a foster mother. When the foster mother falls ill, Astrid uses her imagination and flair for storytelling to reconnect with her child and Aug. 11--Get Out Your Handkerchiefs (French).

New York Opera Conservatory is presenting a free virtual opera: Mozart’s Don Giovanni (A Pandemic-Nightmare Comedy). The Conservatory makes the pandemic the backdrop of an opera, and some of its strange and unanticipated consequences a part of the production! Since Mozart’s Don Giovanni (a dark tragedy) had already been chosen by the Conservatory for its summer program, it was totally reimagined as a hilarious comedy taking place during a pandemic, and created entirely by relying on internet connections and cell phones. The entire production was staged, filmed, and edited without any of the cast and technical crew leaving home. Every special effect offered by phones was used throughout the production, from Snapchat filters to tinder messaging to turning the tenor aria “Il mio tesoro” into a home cooking show--showing us just how bizarre and surreal the world has become. Production glitches, similar to what you see every day in the media where programming is home-based, are a major part of the charm and fun of the work.

This production is offered free of charge to the public; however, any donation large or small will help to make up for some of the essential revenues lost as a result of the pandemic. Make a donation at

Don Giovanni is available on YouTube to watch at your leisure and as often as you like at

The Bruce Museum will present Energy Storage Technologies for Earth—and Other Planet Thurs., Aug. 6, 7-8:30 in a Webinar via Zoom. Meet one of the scientists guiding its invention, and a senior member of the NASA leadership team who will determine how this extraordinary battery will catapult mankind toward the stars and improve life on Earth. $15 for non-members. Go to or call 203/869-0376. A link to join the online conversation will be sent to registered attendees one hour prior to the program.

ArtsWestchester is presenting a virtual photography exhibit on view now--The Lawrence Salley Photography Award 2020 Virtual Exhibition. This exhibition is best viewed in full screen. It was produced in collaboration with the African American Men of Westchester and is their first-ever virtual exhibition featuring the photographic work of Arnold Kastenbaum, the 2020 Lawrence Salley Award winner and the eight finalists in this year’s competition. From pure abstraction to photojournalism, the nine photographers gathered in this virtual exhibition represent the varied practices of contemporary photography and the deep talent of the Hudson Valley’s creative community. View the exhibit at

The Westchester Children’s Museum in Rye is closed until further notice; however they are presenting daily programs online as follows: Mondays at 11 a.m. Animal Mondays on Facebook Live; Tuesdays at 4 p.m., Tuesdays with Dr. Harmon on YouTube; Wednesdays at 4 p.m., Pop in to Play on Facebook Live; Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. Museum Minis on YouTube and Fridays at 4 p.m. Kindness Story Time on Facebook Live. For information on each program go to For all WCM programs go to

WCM is also offering virtual birthday parties with an educator-lead program over Zoom, activity kitsfor either Scribble Bots or Slime and a discounted dessert add-on from The Snackery Bake Shop in Larchmont. For information go to

The Neuberger Museum of Art at Purchase College is offering Wellness Wednesdays to provide a bit of relaxation during these unprecedented times. The Museum is partnering with meditation and yoga instructor Janelle Berger to digitally deliver a series of guided meditation events. New content will be added weekly; live via Zoom events will take place each Wednesday at 1p.m. For information go to or

Mamaroneck Artists Guild gallery will be closed for the month of August; however, the art is exhibited virtually. Their website features selected works by MAG artists at They are also actively using their FB and IG channels to showcase the latest works by their artists--MAG FB page: They created MAG FB group to facilitate a conversation between the artists and art lovers--MAG FB group: and MAG is actively posting on IG:

The Solo Show by Joseph Blumstein: Imaging Kabbalah is rescheduled for January 2021.

Rye Arts Center is closed; however, they invite people of all ages to participate in their new video series fRyeday Not Live. It will be a series of videos of at-home performances that the RAC will weave together into a show. Typical acts include music, theater, stand-up comedy, poetry readings and dance. The RAC also offers several online art courses. For additional information on online courses, fRyeday Not Live and to submit a video go to

The Performing Arts Center at Purchase College is closed; however, they have introduced virtual offerings via the PAC in Your Living Room. You can listen to the music of Black Violin on Spotify, see dancer Kyle Abraham / A.I.M. thanks to the Joyce Theatre. His evening-length program When the Wolves Came is available for free viewing from now until the end of April. Enjoy a theater performance of NT Live at Home. London's National Theatre invites audiences to stream much-loved NT Live productions, free on YouTube. A new play, plus bonus content including cast and creative Q&As and post-stream talks will be released each week, available for seven days and Family Fun with Hatched, a Treehouse Shakers' awarded performance for ages 0-6 about life on the farm. For information go to

The Westchester Italian Cultural Center will offer the following Adult Language Beginner Sessions: 1 week course, Mon.-Fri., Aug. 3-7, 6:45-7:45 p.m. and 5-week session, Tuesdays Aug. 4-Sept. 1, 5:30-6:30 p.m. $30 per class. Intermediate level classes will be a 5-week session Wednesdays, Aug. 5-Sept. 2, $30 per class. Children’s classes for ages 7-10 will take place in a 5-week program Wednesdays, Aug. 5-Sept. 2, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. $45 per class. Register at

The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (State Parks) has launched a new mobile app for smart devices to provide visitors and prospective visitors useful information about the variety of destinations and activities available throughout the Empire State’s parks and historic sites. The New York State Parks Explorer App is a free, user-friendly resource for visitors to plan outdoor adventures while staying connected to long-time favorite parks and sites. Users can learn more about top destinations and discover new must-see locations with rotating curated content, and will enjoy quick access to park information, including directions, hours, amenities, fees and rates, trail maps, helpful know-before-you-go details, and the ability to receive important updates and alerts.

Visitors can also link directly to online camping reservations and easily access select State Parks’ social media channels to share their experiences. The New York State Parks Explorer mobile app is available at no cost for download for iOS and Android devices. To download, visit or

Wainwright House in Rye has suspended all classes and upcoming workshops until further notice; however, they are offering online classes including the following: Mon., 6 7 p.m., QiGong with Dana; Mon., 7:30-8 p.m., Mindfulness Meditation with Jackie; Wed., 11 a.m.-12 p.m., Tai Chi with Stu; Wed., 12:30-1:45 p.m., Heartfulness Meditation with Mary-Lynn and Sat., 10-10:30 a.m., Mindfulness Meditation with Jackie. All Movement Classes are $10 and Meditation Classes are $5.

To purchase an online class go to and click Daily Schedule under Weekly Classes, click on the day of the class, then click “book now” on the class. You must select the class time. Then click “next” with class price (not buy a pricing plan), then hit Next, register and pay.

Ann Magalhaes & the folks at The Parent Practice are working together to bring parents support as they navigate their families through these changes. These 45-minute coffee & chat sessions are designed for everyone to learn helpful tips to feel calmer during this time of isolation and take place Mondays & Wednesdays at 10 a.m. Register for all classes at

Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, the Norwalk Seaport Association (NSA) is canceling the 43rd annual Norwalk Oyster Festival, previously scheduled for September 11-13, 2020. Prioritizing the health and safety of everyone involved, the decision comes after careful deliberation between the NSA Board of Trustees, and Festival Exhibitors. The NSA team is exploring options to coordinate an online experience or a smaller event to showcase this historic, beloved event--one of the most popular in Connecticut and the Northeast. To keep updated on their planned activities, follow their Facebook page, email at or visit

County Executive George Latimer has announced that the weekly Muscoot Farms Farmers Market is Sundays thru Nov. 22, rain or shine. 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. You can support local farmers and sustainability and enjoy a day at the farm, following social distance guidelines as follows: The day will be divided into six, 45-minute blocks where 30 people maximum will be allowed to shop at one time in order to maintain safe social distancing; masks and gloves must be worn at all times; verification of registration (print out or phone) must be shown upon arrival; shopping time is limited to 30 minutes, though 20 minutes is encouraged; one-way circulation through market; credit/debit card or contactless form of payment preferred--bring cash as alternative and arrive no earlier than 10 minutes before your scheduled time. Advance registration is required at

Westchester Library System (WLS) has announced a “Virtual Library Events in Westchester” program featuring a complete resource of online programs created by member libraries across Westchester County in response to the COVID-19 crisis. The combined calendar located at features dozens of events a week hosted across WLS member libraries and highlights a variety of activities. Children’s programming examples include “Doodlers Online” (Katonah) and “Virtual Sing Along with the Librarians” (Greenburgh); Teen programming such as “Dungeons and Dragons” (Yonkers), adult programming like “A Skeptic’s Guide to American History” (Larchmont), family entertainment such as “Neighborhood Game Night” (Rye) and “Online Senior Fitness” (Pound Ridge). Residents can learn languages ranging from Spanish (Pelham) to Italian (New Castle) to English (Yonkers). Lifelong learning programs include improv comedy, dance classes, folk art, and more.

All Westchester County Parks annual Cultural Heritage Celebrations have now been cancelled due to the ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bicycle Sundays on the Bronx River Parkway, one of Westchester’s longest-running and popular recreational programs, will take place September 13, 20 and 27, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. There are no dates in July or August. During Bicycle Sundays, the parkway is open exclusively for bicyclists, in-line skaters, scooters, walkers and joggers. The course will be slightly modified this year, beginning at Main Street in White Plains (instead of Westchester County Center) and will continue south to Scarsdale Road in Yonkers. The road is closed to automobiles on that stretch of parkway. Admission is free.

There are numerous points of entry along the route. Although parking will be available in the Westchester County Center east parking lot, participants should follow signs and directions to enter the route at Main Street once they exit their cars. For additional information as well as rules and regulations, contact Westchester County Parks at (914) 864-PARK or visit

All films and programs at the Jacob Burns Film Center in Pleasantville are canceled until further notice. For information on their virtual screenings go to

The 10th Annual Father Peter M. Rinaldi Awards Dinner honoring Sr. Mary Rinaldi, FMA; Christina McAleer and Michael Borrelli benefitting Corpus Christi/Holy Rosary School will be rescheduled to Spring 2021. If you already purchased a ticket or journal ad, or made a donation, you will be contacted. Watch for details on what promises to be the best gala ever!

The League of Women Voters Annual Luncheon, originally scheduled for Apr. 24, has been postponed with the hope of rescheduling in the fall. It is sponsored by the LWV of Larchmont-Mamaroneck, New Rochelle, and Rye, Rye Brook and Port Chester.

Rye Nature Center is closed until further notice; however, the grounds will be open from dawn until dusk. They encourage you to spend time outside enjoying nature and exploring the trails. The playground and STEM challenge course will be closed until further notice amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus. No bathrooms are available. They will continue accepting registration in June Bugs, Summer Camp, Paddle Adventure Camp, Forest Preschool, and Preschool Ecology for the 2020-21 academic year.

Jay Heritage Center in Rye is closed to the public until further notice; it will reopen as soon as it's safe to do so. If you are stuck at home with kids, try their Ecoquest Challenge. Children love helping to identify invasive species—and walks in your yard are one of the few outdoor activities kids can do safely these days. Try hunting with them for invasive lesser celandine (also known as fig buttercup). Once you find some—and 'tis the season—download the iNaturalist app, photograph the flower, and upload it to the database. By mapping an invasive species you'll both be educating your child and helping to save the planet. As long as you're foraging for invasives, making homemade paper is a fun Saturday afternoon project with kids using tall grasses from your yard. All you need is a blender (one you don't also cook with), soda ash, and some easy-to-find crafting supplies. I Love My Park Day, which had been scheduled for May 2, has been canceled. For information on all online offerings, go to

The Emelin Theatre in Mamaroneck has announced the following rescheduled shows to date: Oct 1, Artie Tobia Band & Kevin McIntyre and the Lawn Wranglers; Oct 31, Molly Tuttle; Nov 20, Colin Quinn; Dec 3, Red Molly; Jan 30, The Sixties Show; Feb 5, Joan Osborne; Mar 5, 2021, Lisa Loeb; Solo; Mar 14, 2021, The Peking Acrobats®; Apr. 2, 2021, Mark Morris Dance Group and Apr 23, 2021, Hey 19. Existing ticketholders for above rescheduled events have been moved to the new dates.

New Shows TBA include Nov. 7, Ladies of Laughter; Nov. 15, Eddie Arron & Jeewon Park; Feb. 12, High Fidelity; Feb. 27, Rosie Revere, Engineer; Mar. 13, The Adventures of the Tortoise & The Hare; Apr. 10, Glenn Miller Orchestra; Apr. 11, Telegraph Quartet; Apr. 16, The Gibson Brothers and Apr. 25, Pete The Cat.

Films available for streaming now include “Bacarau” and “John Lewis: “Good Trouble” and “Amulet” can be streamed now. “The Fight” will begin July 31. $12 for an e-ticket. Information and tickets for all performances are on sale now at

Westport Country Playhouse is postponing its 2020 season until spring 2021, due to the global pandemic. All programming will move to 2021, including the season’s five main productions, Script in Hand Playreading series, Family Festivities presentations and the New Works Initiative. In 2021, a five-play season will run from mid-Apr. through mid-Nov., built around a reimagining of the Tony Award-winning musical “Ain’t Misbehavin’,” which was originally scheduled for this season. Pending availability of artists, design teams, and licensing, other productions previously announced for 2020 may be produced next year, including the Tony Award-winning musical “Next to Normal”; a new comedy, “Tiny House”; a world premiere translation of “Antigone”; and the drama, “Blues for an Alabama Sky.”

Jazz Forum Arts in Tarrytown has postponed concerts until further notice and postponed the cancelled shows to later dates in 2020; however, they announced that they will be airing a weekly free-of-charge Facebook Live Streaming series from artists' homes on Saturdays at 7 p.m. Tune in, enjoy and keep in touch for more of your favorite live music. They are also offering an online jazz class for kids ages 2-7 live via Zoom. Each event is a stand-alone class which will feature two instructors who lead the children through interactive music games. The children will get to know Jazz through storytelling, movement, listening and playing with instruments. The classes are all on Sundays, 11-11:45 a.m. Sept 13. (Latin Jazz) For July 12 buy tickets at; for Aug. 16 go to and for Sept. 13 go to Tickets are $15—one ticket per family. For additional information go to

The committee has cancelled the 2020 Greenwich Hospital Benefit on Fri., May 15 at the Greenwich Country Club. Dr. James Brunetti and the Arthur and Elizabeth Martinez Family have graciously agreed to serve as next year's Benefit honorees. The committee looks forward to honoring them and celebrating in May 2021.

Tarrytown Music Hall has rescheduled the following previously announced events:

Kevin James is postponed to April 17, 2021.

The Musical Box, a Genesis Extravaganza is canceled (originally June 12).

Marc Broussard is postponed to Jan. 8, 2021.

Aaron Neville Duo postponed to Aug. 15.

The Machine Performs Pink Floyd postponed to Feb. 21,2021.

Rickie Lee Jones postponed to Oct. 16.

Melissa Etheridge postponed to Oct. 8

Peter Wolf & The Midnight Travelers postponed to Oct. 17.

The Daily Show Writers Comedy Tour postponed to Oct. 18.

Judy Collins & Arlo Guthrie postponed to Nov. 5.

Lucy Kaplansky & Richard Shindell postponed to Nov. 6.

Puddles Pity Party postponed to Nov. 13.

Zero postponed to Nov. 19.

Paula Poundstone postponed to Dec. 4.

Shovels & Rope postponed to Apr. 5, 2021.

Martin Sexton & KT Tunstall postponed to Feb. 19, 2021.

Lunasa postponed to Mar. 7, 2021.

Red Hot Chilli Peppers postponed to Mar. 5, 2021.

Colin Hay postponed to Apr. 8, 2021.

The Underwater Bubble Show postponed to Apr. 10, 2021.

Rick Thomas postponed to Apr. 25, 2021

One Night of Queen postponed to May 2, 2021.

The Sopranos postponed to Aug. 8, 2021.

Stars of the Sixties postponed to Oct. 2, 2021.

For a complete listing of upcoming shows go to

Tarrytown Music Hall is offering free online workshops for kids of all ages. Young people can take part in one-hour workshops on Shakespeare, Creative Writing, Science Fiction and more. Space is limited. RSVP to

Tarrytown Music Hall is also presenting free, livestream concerts on Facebook Live including: Wed., Aug. 5 at 6 p.m.—Southern Avenue. They are a boundary-breaking Memphis combo that carries the Southern soul legacy into the 21st century and beyond. RSVP to  Wed., Aug. 12 at 6 p.m. Losing Our Faculties. They play an eclectic mix of rock, country, and metal. RSVP to Thurs., Aug. 13 at 6 p.m. Marina Varriano. The 16-year old Westchester resident studies at the Music Conservatory of Westchester. Register at Wed., Aug. 26: Judy Kass at 6 p.m. Go to

The Music Hall presentation In Conversation with the Sopranos featuring Steve Schirripa, Vincent Pastore and Michael Imperiole is rescheduled for May 15, 2021. For ticket prices and to order go to

This year’s Girl’s Inc. of Westchester’s Strong Smart & Bold Gala has been postponed to Thurs., Sept. 24.

Spring Crafts at Lyndhurst rescheduled from May 1-3 to July 24-26 has now been cancelled. The fall show is scheduled for Sept. 11-13.

The 2020 Yonkers St. Patrick’s Day Parade on McLean Avenue in March that was cancelled and rescheduled for September has now been cancelled. The 2020 Aides and Grand Marshal will be honored Sat., March 13, 2021 at the parade dinner and at the parade Mar. 20, 2021.

The Wilton Playshop has postponed their upcoming performances of “Evita.” They have received the rights to perform the show Oct. 16-31. Current ticketholders will have their tickets honored on the new performance dates.

Common Ground Concerts, which has concerts at the First Unitarian Society of Westchester in Hastings-on-Hudson and a few concerts each year at Irvington Theater in Irvington, has announced that the remainder of their spring season has been postponed.

All adult weekly and monthly support groups at Gilda’s Club Westchester in White Plains will be facilitated via teleconference. Children’s teens and family programs, as well as their healthy lifestyle programs and educational lectures/workshops will be suspended until they resume on-site facilitation again.