Aug
31
10:00 AM10:00

CORNucopia

The Lower Hudson Valley’s only corn festival

Indulge in sweet corn ice cream from The Blue Pig, challenge yourself in a corn maze, and play corn-y games! You’ll work up an appetite watching live cooking demonstrations, take a walking tour of the farm, and tap your toes to live bluegrass and folk music. Then quench your thirst with draft beers and root beer from Captain Lawrence Brewing Company! Click here for more info.

Adult: $16

Senior (65+): $12

Student (18-25): $12

Child (3-17): $8

Members + Children under 3: FREE

$2/ticket surcharge for onsite and phone purchase

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Sep
1
10:00 AM10:00

CORNucopia

The Lower Hudson Valley’s only corn festival

Indulge in sweet corn ice cream from The Blue Pig, challenge yourself in a corn maze, and play corn-y games! You’ll work up an appetite watching live cooking demonstrations, take a walking tour of the farm, and tap your toes to live bluegrass and folk music. Then quench your thirst with draft beers and root beer from Captain Lawrence Brewing Company! Click here for more info.

Adult: $16

Senior (65+): $12

Student (18-25): $12

Child (3-17): $8

Members + Children under 3: FREE

$2/ticket surcharge for onsite and phone purchase

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Sep
1
11:30 AM11:30

Alamo Kids Camp: The Flintstones

YABBA-DABBA-DO! ONLY $1, $3, OR $5!

All Kids Camp screenings are Pick Your Price - $1, $3, $5 - with 100% of ticket sales donated to Girl Scouts! Simply select "edit order" in the checkout process to select your ticket amount.

Click here for more info.

25th Anniversary!

The cartoon favorite went live action in 1994 with this raucous trip to the Stone Age starring John Goodman, Rick Moranis and Rosie O'Donnel as the famed Bedrock characters. Filled with lovingly crafted creature effects - including the stop motion Dino - and a biting sense of humor that feels pulled from a 90s sit-com, THE FLINTSTONES is a prehistoric trip for the whole family! 

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Sep
2
11:30 AM11:30

Alamo Kids Camp: The Flintstones

YABBA-DABBA-DO! ONLY $1, $3, OR $5!

All Kids Camp screenings are Pick Your Price - $1, $3, $5 - with 100% of ticket sales donated to Girl Scouts! Simply select "edit order" in the checkout process to select your ticket amount.

Click here for more info.

25th Anniversary!

The cartoon favorite went live action in 1994 with this raucous trip to the Stone Age starring John Goodman, Rick Moranis and Rosie O'Donnel as the famed Bedrock characters. Filled with lovingly crafted creature effects - including the stop motion Dino - and a biting sense of humor that feels pulled from a 90s sit-com, THE FLINTSTONES is a prehistoric trip for the whole family! 

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Sep
2
1:00 PM13:00

Pop-up Roller Skating

Come Roller Skate with us! A NEW pop-up roller rink will be located outside, at Center Court from August 17th through September 2nd. Guests of all ages can enjoy this new amenity with music, theme nights and lots of fun.

Skates are provided or bring your own. Admission is $10 and includes skates and a one hour session (unless otherwise stated). Credit and Debit cards will be accepted only - NO CASH.

Click here for more info.

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Sep
3
12:30 PM12:30

Pizza Playdate

Join Lil Chameleon and other families for a pizza playdate. Every Tuesday we'll have open play in the play cafe with pizzas available for munching. With a rotating toy assortment in the play cafe, the kiddos will have a blast imagining and exploring. Click here for more info.

Recommended for ages 12M-5Y

$15 for 1 adult, 1 child, $5 each add’l child and/or adult

2 hour open play with new and old friends

2 double-cut slices per person

Online advanced registration required so we know how many pizzas to order.

Pizza will be ordered for 12:30 pm delivery.

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Sep
6
4:00 PM16:00

Yorktown Grange Fair

Celebrating 95 years of Family, Fun and Agriculture

$10/car load + free parking. Click here for more info.

The Yorktown Grange Fair is back and celebrating 95 years of solid family fun and community togetherness! This year, the fair focuses on the complementary relationship between the community and local agriculture with the theme, “Back to the Garden”, a subtle nod to 1969 Woodstock Music Festival. From September 6 to 8, the Grange Fairgrounds will be bursting with local farm animals, contests, carnival fare, and more.

The theme "Back to the Garden" is a perfect way to acknowledge the contributions that local families make to our community and to the larger environment. From the smallest backyard garden to the largest farm, every vegetable grown and animal raised is a benefit to our way of life. We couldn’t think of a better way to thank everyone than to make it our 2019 Yorktown Grange Fair theme.

We'll be "Back to the Garden" with our beautiful produce and flower shows in the Mulcahey Building. And the Grange Building will be filled with homemade baking, handcrafted needlework, photos, art and Legos. We are delighted to introduce our New Artisan Area, with handmade items for sale by local artisans.

We are so excited about our livestock show at this year's Yorktown Grange Fair! In addition to our outstanding horse, cow, goat, sheep and poultry exhibits and competitions, we are reintroducing our rabbit show. Rabbits are sweet and adorable little cuties, and many different breeds will be on display at the fair for your enjoyment.

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Sep
7
9:00 AM09:00

Scarecrow Planter

Harvest the fun during our hands-on workshop where you and your child can build a scarecrow planter. Your young farmer can learn how a seed grows while you help them construct a festive home for their plant. They will sand, glue, and paint pieces of wood to create this holiday planter. All Kids Workshop attendees must be accompanied by a parent or adult at all times. All kids get to keep their craft, receive a FREE certificate of achievement, a Workshop Apron and a commemorative pin while supplies last.

Click here for more info.

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Sep
7
10:00 AM10:00

Yorktown Grange Fair

Celebrating 95 years of Family, Fun and Agriculture

$10/car load + free parking. Click here for more info.

The Yorktown Grange Fair is back and celebrating 95 years of solid family fun and community togetherness! This year, the fair focuses on the complementary relationship between the community and local agriculture with the theme, “Back to the Garden”, a subtle nod to 1969 Woodstock Music Festival. From September 6 to 8, the Grange Fairgrounds will be bursting with local farm animals, contests, carnival fare, and more.

The theme "Back to the Garden" is a perfect way to acknowledge the contributions that local families make to our community and to the larger environment. From the smallest backyard garden to the largest farm, every vegetable grown and animal raised is a benefit to our way of life. We couldn’t think of a better way to thank everyone than to make it our 2019 Yorktown Grange Fair theme.

We'll be "Back to the Garden" with our beautiful produce and flower shows in the Mulcahey Building. And the Grange Building will be filled with homemade baking, handcrafted needlework, photos, art and Legos. We are delighted to introduce our New Artisan Area, with handmade items for sale by local artisans.

We are so excited about our livestock show at this year's Yorktown Grange Fair! In addition to our outstanding horse, cow, goat, sheep and poultry exhibits and competitions, we are reintroducing our rabbit show. Rabbits are sweet and adorable little cuties, and many different breeds will be on display at the fair for your enjoyment.

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Sep
8
10:00 AM10:00

Yorktown Grange Fair

Celebrating 95 years of Family, Fun and Agriculture

$10/car load + free parking. Click here for more info.

The Yorktown Grange Fair is back and celebrating 95 years of solid family fun and community togetherness! This year, the fair focuses on the complementary relationship between the community and local agriculture with the theme, “Back to the Garden”, a subtle nod to 1969 Woodstock Music Festival. From September 6 to 8, the Grange Fairgrounds will be bursting with local farm animals, contests, carnival fare, and more.

The theme "Back to the Garden" is a perfect way to acknowledge the contributions that local families make to our community and to the larger environment. From the smallest backyard garden to the largest farm, every vegetable grown and animal raised is a benefit to our way of life. We couldn’t think of a better way to thank everyone than to make it our 2019 Yorktown Grange Fair theme.

We'll be "Back to the Garden" with our beautiful produce and flower shows in the Mulcahey Building. And the Grange Building will be filled with homemade baking, handcrafted needlework, photos, art and Legos. We are delighted to introduce our New Artisan Area, with handmade items for sale by local artisans.

We are so excited about our livestock show at this year's Yorktown Grange Fair! In addition to our outstanding horse, cow, goat, sheep and poultry exhibits and competitions, we are reintroducing our rabbit show. Rabbits are sweet and adorable little cuties, and many different breeds will be on display at the fair for your enjoyment.

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Sep
8
11:00 AM11:00

7th Annual New Rochelle Street Fair

The Seventh Annual New Rochelle Street Fair, presented by the City of New Rochelle in partnership with the Chamber of Commerce, BID, and Volunteer NY!, returns on Sunday, September 8 from 11AM to 5PM. This year, the fair is being moved one mile north to the center of New Rochelle – North Avenue from Fifth Avenue to and surrounding the grounds of City Hall.

Since it’s inception in 2013, the New Rochelle Street Fair has grown to become one of the largest events in the Lower Hudson Valley, transforming our streets into a fun-filled festival with artists, crafters, entertainment and an international assortment of food.

Click here for more info.

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Sep
13
5:00 PM17:00

SeptemberFest

Mount Kisco’s biggest block party

A full-blown, supersized Carnival in Shoppers Park Fri thru Sun.

Big Top Entertainment Tent with Music and Programs

Fantastic Food Court & Beer Garden

Sidewalk Tables & Popups Space scheduled for Sat. & Sun.

Sidewalk Table Spaces to include both Main St. & Moger Ave.

Pop-up Tent Spaces inside park near Food Court

Click here for more info

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Sep
14
11:00 AM11:00

Storytime and Activities Featuring Pete the Cat and the Perfect Pizza Party

Pete the Cat makes his perfect pizza - pepperoni! Will it be ruined when his friends come over and add their own toppings or will Pete learn that the best kind of pizza is the one you share with your friends? Activities to follow, plus, get a coupon from our Café for a $4 Flatbread with any Café purchase

Click here for more info.

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Sep
14
11:00 AM11:00

SeptemberFest

Mount Kisco’s biggest block party

A full-blown, supersized Carnival in Shoppers Park Fri thru Sun.

Big Top Entertainment Tent with Music and Programs

Fantastic Food Court & Beer Garden

Sidewalk Tables & Popups Space scheduled for Sat. & Sun.

Sidewalk Table Spaces to include both Main St. & Moger Ave.

Pop-up Tent Spaces inside park near Food Court

Click here for more info

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Sep
14
12:00 PM12:00

Yonkers Riverfest 2019

Riverfest is more than just a festival, it is a celebration of community. It is a time to reunite with friends and family. A time for grandparents to sit with their grandchildren and listen to the some of the greatest songs from each generation.

The 26th Annual Yonkers Riverfest is a FREE event to the public that draws more than 15,000 people to Yonkers Downtown, one of the biggest events in Westchester!

The 27th Annual Yonkers Riverfest, held along the majestic Hudson River, will be held rain or shine.

Click here for more info.

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Sep
14
1:00 PM13:00

Bugging Out

Learn about Earth’s forgotten heroes: bugs! In this program, you’ll get to meet some interesting insects and hear about the important jobs they do for our ecosystems such as pollination and decomposition. Explore local wildlife on a bug hunt and complete a craft that will help make our community an oasis for these cool creatures!

Fee: $5 for members, $8 for non-members

Click here for more info.

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Sep
15
8:30 AM08:30

2019 Go the Distance Walk

  • Maria Fareri Children's Hospital (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

  • Registration opens at 8:30 a.m.

  • The Go the Distance Walk begins at 9:30 a.m.

  • Once on the campus please follow signs for parking.

  • Parking is free.

  • Bring any team donations to the registration tent.

  • Activities include: Face Painting, Bounce Houses, Crafts, Carnival Games, The Bubble Bus, Character Appearances and much MORE!

  • Snacks have been generously donated by ShopRite. Some will include bagels, fruit, muffins, and donuts!

THE EVENT IS RAIN OR SHINE

Click here for more info.

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Sep
15
9:15 AM09:15

Cider and Donut Festival/Jamie’s 5k Run for Love & Byram Hills Pre-School Association Carnival

The Cider and Donut Festival/Jamie’s Run for Love and Byram Hills Pre-School Association (BHPA) Fall Carnival is back for its 7th year to kick off Armonk’s beautiful fall season. The day starts with kids’ races, followed by the 5k Run and an afternoon of fun and food at this old-fashioned country shindig. Attendees enjoy freshly made hot donuts by Beascakes, fresh-pressed apple cider and other tasty, local fare, while dancing to live music. Activities included carnival rides, bouncy houses, face painting and arts and crafts. Plus, big kids and small (and grown-up ones too) take part in the always-exciting pie eating contest and donut fishing games. The day’s net proceeds benefit children’s programs at the North Castle Public Library, the BHPA and the Armonk Chamber of Commerce.

Click here for more info.

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Sep
15
11:00 AM11:00

SeptemberFest

Mount Kisco’s biggest block party

A full-blown, supersized Carnival in Shoppers Park Fri thru Sun.

Big Top Entertainment Tent with Music and Programs

Fantastic Food Court & Beer Garden

Sidewalk Tables & Popups Space scheduled for Sat. & Sun.

Sidewalk Table Spaces to include both Main St. & Moger Ave.

Pop-up Tent Spaces inside park near Food Court

Click here for more info

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Sep
21
10:00 AM10:00

Free Museum Day

Museum Day is an annual celebration of boundless curiosity hosted by Smithsonian magazine. Participating museums and cultural institutions across the country provide free entry to anyone presenting a Museum Day ticket. Participants are allowed to download one ticket per email address. The Museum Day ticket provides free admission for two people on Saturday, September 21, 2019.

Click here for more info.

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Sep
22
11:00 AM11:00

Jay Day & Hudson River Valley Ramble

Don’t miss the sights and tastes of autumn in New York while helping us transform the Jay Estate into a 23 acre educational park. Returning highlights from last year will include live music from The Yale Spizzwinks(?) , and exquisite hand cut Sweet-Silhouette by Varin. New this year, purchase beautiful hand painted canvases from local artist Holly Meeker Rom or handmade crafts from Hometown Love. As always, enjoy strolling through our farmers market and take a historical house tour. Grab something yummy from one of our food trucks including Meltmobile and Jimmy’s Soft Serve!

Admission is $40 per Family; $15 Individual.

Click here for more info.

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Sep
22
1:00 PM13:00

Nature’s Nurturers

Have you ever wondered how birds, reptiles, amphibians and mammals care for their young? This program will focus on parents and their offspring in the animal world. We will explore the different classes of animals and how their care varies. Join us as we learn about maternal and paternal care in the wild!


Fee: $5 for members, $8 for non-members

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Sep
22
2:00 PM14:00

Afro-Puerto Rican Bomba!

Pelham Art Center welcomes internationally-acclaimed performer/educator and Bronx native Jose Ortiz, a.k.a. Dr. Drum, to lead the community in a Bomba music celebration. Bomba is an African-derived music and dance tradition developed in Puerto Rico. With call-and-response singing, drumming and dance, BombaYo will kindle the joy of this Afro-Puerto Rican art form and ignite the ancestral rhythms of Bomba. Performance is followed by hands-on art workshop highlighting Afro-Puerto Rican culture.

This event is presented in conjunction with the Pelham Art Center exhibition IN/FLUX (Sep. 20-Nov. 3).

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Sep
24
9:45 AM09:45

Joanna's 'n Banana's Music 'n Play

Joanna's 'n Banana's Music ‘n Play, led at Lil Chameleon by Jess Erick, is a foundational group for babies and toddlers and the grown-ups who love them! We focus on fostering musical development, expression, and community. We will investigate a variety of percussive instruments, engage in musical story time, hide under parachutes, blow bubbles, dance like no one’s watching, jam out and explore the fundamental elements of music. Jess,  a singer/songwriter, energy healer, and performer, brings her singular skills, intuition, and humor to create a cohesive, highly enjoyable experience for all! Click here for more info.

Recommended for Ages 2M-5Y

$25/child, $22 addt'l siblings

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Sep
28
11:00 AM11:00

Storytime and Activities Featuring How I Met My Monster

Ethan is sure his parents are playing a prank on him when he finds a note under his bed calling for a monster meeting. Soon, five colorful monsters are competing to become his favorite, but which one can win his affection by making him fall asleep the fastest? Activities to follow, plus, get a coupon from our Café for a grilled cheese sandwich with milk or juice for $4.

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Sep
28
1:00 PM13:00

Family Show: Mario the Magician

As seen on Sesame Street and Sprout, Mario "the Maker Magician" Marchese will captivate children and their families with his DIY robotic creations, handmade props, and signature slapstick character. His show is an upbeat, hilarious, and very interactive experience that will inspire everyone to nurture their own creative paths. Snacks included.

1:00–2:00pm Family Show with Mario the Magician

2:00-3:00pm Meet and Greet with Mario the Magician

COST: Free for Household Circle members and above; $15 per non-member child and adult.

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Sep
28
1:00 PM13:00

Animal Evidence

There are many ways to study animals without physically seeing them. Animals leave all sorts of evidence behind to let us know that they were there. Come put your scientist skills to the test by joining a naturalist on a search for animal evidence and meeting some of our animal collection!

Fee: $5 for members, $8 for non-members

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Aug
24
10:30 AM10:30

Annual Eastchester Tuckahoe Summer Fest

The Annual Tuckahoe Summer Fest is back! This is a street vendor summer festival organized and sponsored by the Eastchester Tuckahoe Chamber of Commerce. Join us with your family, children and friends for a fun filled day out in the town! There will be food, live music, children activities, fitness classes, fun shopping and MORE!

Click here for more info.

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Aug
20
6:00 PM18:00

Bash the Trash Kids Musical Event

Bash the Trash has been building, performing and educating with musical instruments made from recycled and reused materials - demonstrating how science can transform even the simplest stuff into cool-sounding instruments, and how you can make your own!

Bash the Trash performances are always fast, funny, and full of strange instruments, catchy music, and cool demonstrations.

Parents, bring your kids to the stage at Center Court, near Gap. They will get to help create their own musical instrument and then perform with it on stage - they may even do a musical parade around the mall!

Click here for more info.

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Aug
19
6:30 PM18:30

Stuffed Animal Sleepover

We’ll hear stories, do a simple craft and have snacks. Then you’ll tuck your stuffed animals into bed and our hidden cameras will take pictures of the wild rumpus that is sure to ensue. You can pick your stuffed animals up the next day along with a picture of what they did.

Online registration required.

Recommended Ages: 3 to 10.

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Aug
18
1:00 PM13:00

Pop-up Roller Skating

Come Roller Skate with us! A NEW pop-up roller rink will be located outside, at Center Court from August 17th through September 2nd. Guests of all ages can enjoy this new amenity with music, theme nights and lots of fun.

Skates are provided or bring your own. Admission is $10 and includes skates and a one hour session (unless otherwise stated). Credit and Debit cards will be accepted only - NO CASH.

Click here for more info.

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Aug
17
1:00 PM13:00

BEYOND THE STREETS Presents: Summer Family Fun Day

Music: Twin DJ Duo Amira & Kayla (@djsamiraandkayla)

Family fun activations and surprises!

BEYOND THE STREETS celebrates society’s most pervasive mark makers and rule breakers with unprecedented purpose and scale. The exhibition explores the collective urgency of using the street as a canvas for expression. People have long taken to the streets to share a name, phrase, image or cause with the world around them to force a public discourse. Streets act as the symbolically important public stage that is both local and universal, the bedrock for both public protest and anonymous action. While the subject matter varies and the mediums are many, it is in the public sphere where these messages find a home.

General Admission: $25

Kids 6 to 11: $12

Kids 5 and under are FREE

Click here for more info.

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Aug
17
12:00 PM12:00

Pop-up Roller Skating

Come Roller Skate with us! A NEW pop-up roller rink will be located outside, at Center Court from August 17th through September 2nd. Guests of all ages can enjoy this new amenity with music, theme nights and lots of fun.

Skates are provided or bring your own. Admission is $10 and includes skates and a one hour session (unless otherwise stated). Credit and Debit cards will be accepted only - NO CASH.

Click here for more info.

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Aug
7
4:30 PM16:30

Acrobat Performance by Li Liu

Please join us for our summer finale! The documented history of acrobatics in China goes back more than 2,000 years. Li Liu performs hand balancing, plate spinning, artistic cycling, ribbon dancing, diabolos, and foot juggling. A limited number of volunteers get to join her on stage to create an impromtu ribbon dance, and also to try their hand at plate spinning!

Fun for all ages!

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Aug
5
7:00 PM19:00

Movie Mondays at Ridge Hill: Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse

Catch this week’s family friendly movie - Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse at Ridge Hill.

Grab your friends, blankets and popcorn! Ridge Hill invites guests of all ages to the annual free outdoor family film series, Movie Mondays! Catch some of the best, recent, family-friendly films on Ridge Hill’s South Lawn (located next to Whole Foods) this summer. Come early to grab your spot and to enjoy the pre-show fun provided by some of your Ridge Hill favorites and community partners! Activities start at 7PM and movies begin at sunset.

Click here for more info.

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Aug
4
12:30 PM12:30

Magic Tree House: Space Mission Planetarium Show

Travel with Jack and Annie, stars of the Magic Tree House® best-selling children’s book series, as they search for answers to a mysterious riddle they discover in a written note signed “–M.”

Viewers peek into the treehouse and follow Jack and Annie on an exciting adventure as they meet a helpful astronomer and an astronaut. As they travel to an observatory and beyond into space, Jack and Annie nearly get . . . well, we don’t want to give the surprise away!

The planetarium show Magic TreeHouse® Space Mission features series author Mary Pope Osborne.

Recommended ages: 4-8

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Aug
3
6:00 PM18:00

Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival

The 2019 Mamaroneck Summer Nights on the Sound series closes with a production of Julius Caesar by The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, under the direction of Illana Stein. The whole family will enjoy the special production, streamlined for clarity of both plot and language.

A charismatic war hero on the brink of kingship, Caesar is celebrated by the people of Rome – but mistrusted by some of his closest friends who fear his popularity will throw the country into chaos. In our immersive, 90-minute production originally developed with young people in mind, audience members will construct a post-apocalyptic world of power and consequence with their own movement and voices.

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Aug
3
to Aug 4

Family Overnight Campout

All campers welcome to our Family Overnight Campout! You supply the tent and sleeping bag, we supply the nature, food, and fun! The evening includes a barbecue and an exploration of our moonlit trails with a naturalist in search of various night creatures. Cap off the night with s’mores by the fire! A great introduction to camping.

This will include an extra special feature: the Bye-Bye Butterflies program! We will release the butterflies from our Live Butterfly Exhibit who taught us so much through the summer. We will map their journey and identify stopping points critical to their success. Butterfly lovers can make a colorful butterfly craft to take home.
Fee: $25/child, $75/adult, children under 2 free


*Membership is required to register for this program. Membership helps support our educational programs.

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