This weekend celebrate Earth Day locally.
This weekend celebrate Earth Day locally.
Mamaroneck’s Civil War veterans were presumed lost – now there’s new information that begins filling gaps in our local history.
Here is a chance to support a good organization and have a fun night as well.
The modern design collector should pay close attention to Clarke Auction this weekend
Top o’ the marnin’ to ya!
The Mamaroneck Shakespeare Players will be performing Macbeth and The Tempest in the High School’s 43rd consecutive season this week.
Planning to send a postcard to the White House March 15?
Need help making valuable job connections?
Featuring nearly 100 MHS students in the cast, PIT orchestra and stage crew, the production will open at 6 pm on Thursday evening, March 2.
Save the Sound will host a series of “conversations” to discuss their water quality monitoring work in Sound Shore communities of Westchester and how you can help.
The stage is set, here’s what you need to know.
A secret deal struck by Astorino with Oaktree Capital Management?
Do some breakfast mingling at Pop’s Espresso Bar, New Rochelle.
A few traditional suggestions for Valentine’s Day
Fred Berger, Oscar-nominated producer of the hit musical La La Land and a Mamaroneck native, will be speaking as part of The Center for Continuing Education’s Notable Neighbors program
Join community members for a Budget Hearing regarding the proposed 2017-18 NYS Budget.
Following the momentum generated by the Women’s March, “Indivisible Westchester” has been created for hands on, local action.
If you are interested in getting involved, there will be a kickoff celebration February 15
UFC GYM Mamaroneck, which specializes in mixed martial arts and coaching, will celebrate its 10-year anniversary with 3 days of events and festivities
Meet the Larchmont-Mamaroneck, Low-Key/Low-Stress Networking Professionals
A new indie film by two MHS graduates, filmed entirely on location in Larchmont and Mamaroneck, will be screened at the Emelin Theatre.
If you’re into birds, this will be your weekend
The service is intended for those for whom the holidays are not a joyful time.
The Larchmont Historical Society is creating living history again this weekend.
This year the parade is going to include giant balloons for the first time. To lead off this momentous occasion will be Mighty Mouse.
The Village of Mamaroneck is hosting its 50th Annual Turkey Trot on Sunday, Nov. 20, and along with it, a Thanksgiving Food Drive for needy families.
St. John’s Episcopal Church in Larchmont will be holding its 90th annual Christmas Bazaar, from 10:00am to 3:00pm November 19th.
Participants will sweat the day away along the Boston Post Road at three different studios in Mamaroneck.
Mamaroneck Food Truck and Makers Market Sunday at noon.
‘Polypetalous,’ as in many “Pop Flowers,” is a new show coming to Kenise Barnes Gallery in Larchmont.
Here is a selection of places where you can make the most of Halloween…if you dare.
The Furniture Sharehouse is celebrating ten years of Furnishing Families Friday, October 28th.
Steve and Gina Wallach will donate 10 % of the purchase price to the church of your choice.
Pirro’s paranormal investigations run the gamut from ghostly sightings to spirits who make themselves known in terrifying ways.
the League of Women Voters of Larchmont-Mamaroneck will be hosting a candidates’ forum on Wednesday, October 26 at 7:30 p.m.
Raising awareness of, and transforming behavior related to, sexual assault on campus.
The annual Scare Fair at Central School will be on Saturday October 15, noon- 5:00 pm.
It has raised more than $24 million since 2004 to fund essential programs to support all those affected by food allergy
The Town of Mamaroneck Fire Department invites you to our TMFD Annual Fire Department Open House.
Registration has been extended for the Larchmont Scarecrow Festival.
Friday Night Frights film series featuring a different chilling, horror movie each week
Some local peeps are taking the stage Saturday night, Oct. 1 at 8:00 at the Capitol Theatre.
“Photography in our time leaves us with a grave responsibility. While we are playing in our studios with broken flowerpots, oranges, nude studies and still lifes, one day we know that we will be brought to account: life is passing before our eyes without our ever having seen a thing. ”
UPDATED schedule of events here!
The Paine to Pain Trail ½ Marathon will be held on Sunday, September 25th