This Weekend: 16.17.18

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Plenty of ways to do good and enjoy the weekend around theLoop. Be sure to check our calendar for complete weekend listings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMMUNITY

Town and Village of Mamaroneck firefighters will face-off on the ice for the first Fire on Ice fundraiser hockey game this Friday. The friendly competition will benefit the Rasor Family Trust 2010 fund. The game will take place at 7:30 p.m. at Hommocks Ice Rink in Larchmont to commemorate the recent passing of Richard Drew Rasor Jr.  Donations will be accepted at the door.

From now until April 19th, you can help out Mamaroneck High School club The Clothes Closet by donating new or gently used clothing to benefit community members in need at the following locations:

          Mamaroneck C.A.P. at 134 Center Avenue, Mamaroneck
          Pink on Palmer at 1907 Palmer Avenue, Larchmont
          PDQ Mail Plus at 2005 Palmer Avenue, Larchmont
          Sweetteez at 157 Larchmont Avenue, Larchmont

For more information: clothesclosetmhs@aol.com or (914) 698-7140

On Saturday, Krigin Photography Studio in Rye is hosting a Matilda Jane Trunk Show and Clothes for Haiti event from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Socks, underwear, sheets, lightweight clothing, shorts, blankets or throws, sneakers, t-shirts, and sandals to send to Haiti will be collected; summer, children’s and baby clothing is especially needed. Matilda Jane clothing will also be available for purchase. www.matildajaneclothing.com

Larchmont’s Pet Pantry Warehouse will have a Dog Meet & Greet on Saturday from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Come out and meet some of the county’s adoptable canines! www.ppwpet.com

The Larchmont Temple Brotherhood is holding a Blood Drive on Sunday from 8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. Coffee, juice, bagels, donuts and newspapers will be provided to donors free of charge. All potential donors should make an appointment by calling (914) 833-2866 and are required to bring a photo ID and present the last four digits of their social security number. www.larchmonttemple.org

The 4th Annual Autism Information Fair will take place on Sunday at 11 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. White Plains County Center. This free event is geared towards parents, therapists, educators, health care professionals and advocates of autism awareness. There will be more than 75 stations offering information and advice to visitors, along with lectures and opportunities to meet with members of the Westchester County Autism Advisory Committee. There will be an on-site activity room to occupy the kids and free childcare available. www.countycenter.biz


ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The Ajkun Ballet Theater Company presents Sleeping Beauty this Friday at 7:30 p.m., along with 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. All performances will take place at New Rochelle High School. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at-the-door or in advance: www.smarttix.com/show.aspx?showcode=SLE5

It’s Disco Night at Mamaroneck’s Bar Vivace this Saturday starting at 10:30 p.m. Enjoy tunes from the disco era all night long, along with tunes spun by DJ Anthony. www.barvivace.coom

Larchmont’s Clarke Auction will be selling over 450 lots in an Auction this Sunday at 2 p.m. Be sure to stop by for a preview of the silver, furniture, fine art, metalwork, carpets and more on Friday and Saturday from 12 – 6 p.m. or prior to Sunday’s auction starting at 10 a.m. www.clarkeny.com

(Additional arts listings below from our Arts Calendar)


KIDS & FAMILY

It’s the annual Sheep-to-Shawl celebration at Philipsburg Manor in Sleepy Hollow this Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Watch Scottish border collies heard the sheep, get up close with newborn lambs and follow the traditional process of turning their wool into colorful cloth. www.hudsonvalley.org

100.7 WHUD’s Kids Fair is taking place this Saturday from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Westchester County Center. Get to know the chickens of Muscoot Farm, take a "mini-visit" to Rye Playland and experience a bike ride on the Bronx River Parkway all in one day. $8 adults; $5 children + $4 parking fee per car.www.countycenter.biz

On Saturday at 11 a.m., The Dirty Sock Funtime Band is performing at the Emelin Theatre. Enjoy a concert full of music, dance and clowning around–an experience recommended for kids ages two and up. www.emelin.org


FOOD & DRINK

Wine at Five is hosting their 5th Annual Wine Tasting at the Wainwright House in Rye this Friday from 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. There will be more than 150 different wines to taste, and opportunities to buy your favorites at a discounted price. $30/person. www.wainwright.org

Westchester animal rescue groups Cat Assistance and the Pet Adoption League are hosting fundraiser The Wags & Whiskers Gala on Friday at the Coveligh Club in Rye. Starting at 7 p.m., the gala will include dinner, wine and an auction. $75 per person. www.petadoptleague.org/wagswhiskers< /span>

Local organizations I CARE and HOPE are hosting An Evening Affair of Hope and Care, a fundraiser and dinner event at the Larchmont Avenue Church this Saturday at 6:30 p.m. Enjoy Italian cuisine along with a silent auction by local artists, kids’ activities and other opportunities to support the charities. $15 adults; $5 children–$40 max per family. www.lacny.org

 

FARMERS’ MARKETS

The Mamaroneck Indoor Farmers’ Market runs from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. this Saturday. In addition to the regular produce available for purchase, the market is celebrating Earth Day this week. Representatives from the Pelham Art Center will be on hand from 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. to guide visitors in creating their own person art.

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:


16/ Friday

DANCE: Purchase College presents MFA

Dance Concert repertory and original choreography

in both ballet and modern dance.

8pm, 4/16. 251-6800 or www.purchase.edu

LECTURE: Westchester Photographic Society

presents Black Light Photography featuring

Elinor Stecker-Orel and Jennifer Dooley.

8pm, 4/16. 837-2361 or wpsphoto.org

MUSIC: ArtsWestchester presents Gospel

Knights of Mount Vernon live in Concert. The

Mount Vernon Gospel Knights are the pride

of Mount Vernon’s gospel community. The

whole family will be moved by the 30 voices

and instrumental accompaniment. Founded in

1989 by Carson Stapleton, they are two time

winners of the Annual Pathmark Gospel Choir

Competition and the only choir program to win

13 awards in a division at one time. 8pm, 4/16.

428-4220 or www.artswestchester.org

MUSIC: Emelin Theater presents Steep Canyon

Rangers. One of the hottest, most entertaining

young bands on the bluegrass circuit.

8pm, 4/16. 698-0098 or www.emelin.org

MUSIC: Iona College Council on the Arts

presents Annual Gospel Praisefest Concert

hosted by the Iona Gospel Choir. 7pm, 4/16.

637-7796 or www.ionacollege.edu

MUSIC: Music Conservatory of Westchester

presents Beyond the Music celebrate poets

who have inspired composers to set their

poems in song. 7pm, 4/16. 761-3900 or www.

musicconservatoryonline.org

THEATER: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents

Alice In Wonderland Jr. by Clocktower

Players Kids Troupe. 7pm, 4/16. 591-6602 or

www.irvingtontheater.com

THEATER: Paramount Center for the Arts

presents Second City Comedy 50th Anniversary

Tour: This fast-paced and funny history

lesson hilariously skewers every scandal,

war, and dalliance from the past 50 years.

8pm, 4/16. 739-2333 or www.paramountcenter.

org

17/Saturday

EVENT: ArtsWestchester presents

Open House Launch Party celebrate

ArtsWestchester’s new website with free

family fun at the Arts Exchange.12-3pm, 4/17.

428-4220 or www.artswestchester.org

LECTURE: New Rochelle Public Library

presents National Library Week Celebration

with Children’s Author Nick Bruel. He’ll read

from his new book, "Happy Birthday, Bad

Kitty" and enchant children ages 4 -10 (and

their parents) with his wonderful quirky

sense, as he talks about her dreams up his

bestselling books, such as "Boing," "Bad Kitty"

and "Who Is Melvin Bubble?" 12:30pm, 4/17.

632-7878 x3400 or www.nrpl.org

MUSIC: Ars Antiqua presents Music from a

Seventeenth-Century Italian Synagogue. Daniel

Mutlu, Tenor & Cantor; Jorg-Michael Schwarz

& Karen Marmer, Baroque Violin. 8pm, 4/17.

238-8015 or www.ars-antiqua.org

MUSIC: ArtsWestchester presents Raices

Peruanas (Peruvian Roots). An evening of

Peruvian culture featuring mestizo (mixed

Spanish/Andean culture) music and dance

forms, including devotional scissor dance

with live musical accompaniment. With

Conjunto Guitarras Andinas, El Conjunto

Revelacion del Peru, Luz Milares (Huayno

singer), Walter Velille, tijeras (scissor) dancer

with and special guests Alejandro and Ignacio

Velasco performing arpa (Andean harp)

and violin. 7:30pm, 4/17. 428-4220 or www.

artswestchester.org

MUSIC: Emelin Theater presents Toshi

Reagon and BIGLovely part of the Blues series

8pm, 4/17. 698-0098 or www.emelin.org

MUSIC: Paramount Center for the Arts presents

Joe Bonamassa the young blues-rock

guitarist & singer/songwriter who has already

built a reputation as one of the world’s greatest

guitar players and was recently featured

on the cover of Guitar Player Magazine. 8pm,

4/17. 739-2333 or www.paramountcenter.org

MUSIC: Westchester Philharmonic presents

Exuberant dance music of the Americas conducted

by young Mexican sensation Alondra

de la Parra. 8pm, 4/17. 682-3707 or www.

westchesterphil.org

THEATER: Irvington Town Hall Theater

presents Alice In Wonderland Jr. by Clocktower

Players Kids Troupe. 2pm, 4/17 & 4/18.

591-6602 or www.irvingtontheater.com 

18/ sunday

FILM: Tarrytown Music Hall presents The

Adventure of Prince Achmed, part of the

German Silent Film Series with live accompaniment

by Donald Sosin. 6pm, 4/18. 877-840-

0457 or www.tarrytownmusichall.org

MUSIC: Iona College Council on the Arts

presents Rock the Cross Day celebrate Iona’s

Heritage Week with an outdoor festival of

rock/funk/Latin jazz bands, exciting speakers,

and free food! 12-4pm, 4/18. 637-7796 or

www.ionacollege.edu

MUSIC: New Rochelle Council on the Arts

presents Odes for the Bard The Sound Shore

Shakespeare Festival: Enjoy the literary musings

of the Bard, a little light music and a tasty

reception designed to whet the senses of the

Shakespearearean age. 3pm, 4/18. 633-2060

or www.newrochellearts.org

MUSIC: New Rochelle Public Library presents

Inventions and Mashups in Blue Keynote

Concert: Innovative pianist and composer

Donal Fox who has forged a unique amalgam

of jazz, Latin American, and classical music

will present his Inventions and Mashups in

Blue Project. 3pm, 4/18. 632-7878 x3400 or

www.nrpl.org 

MUSIC: Westchester Philharmonic presents

Exuberant dance music of the Americas conducted

by young Mexican sensation Alondra

de la Parra. 3pm, 4/18. 682-3707 or www.

westchesterphil.org

MUSIC: White Plains Public Library presents

Dixieland Jazz with Linda Ipanema and

the Dixie Cats. 2-3pm, 4/18. 422-1480 or www.

whiteplainslibrary.org

MUSIC: Westchester Chamber Music Society presents The Cassatt String Quartet. The Manhattanbased quartet is acclaimed as one of America’s outstanding ensembles. 8pm, 4/18. 723-6192


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