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Learn to Crochet Workshop March 25 ~Mount Kisco~

Get your favorite American Girl doll ready for the warmer weather and spring holidays with her very own spring bonnet.


Location: Pick Up Every Stitch, Mount Kisco

The Chappaqua Orchestra: Music is Science Concert March 25 ~Chappaqua~

The Chappequa Orchestra’s annual children’s concert features science educator Dr. Patrick Herak and guest conductor Douglas Droste in Music is Science, an educational and interactive concert introducing children to the orchestra, how scientific principles apply to the mechanics and sounds of musical instruments.


Location: Chappaqua PAC, Chappaqua

Drop in & Draw at the Hudson River Museum March 25 ~Yonkers~

Renaldo Barnette, design director and adjunct professor at FIT, will teach participants about the basics of fashion drawing using graphite and focusing on the works in The Neo-Victorians.


Location: Hudson River Museum, Yonkers

The Little Prince in 3D with Director Mark Osborne March 25 ~Yonkers~

This contemporary, record-breaking version of the classic tale features the voice-over talent of some of Hollywood’s biggest stars and brings the tale to life in a refreshing way which is sure to bring joy to the faces of movie-goers and fans of animation.


Location: Alamo Drafthouse, Yonkers

Drawing FREE Workshop for Ages 6-12 March 24 ~Yonkers~

Join instructor, Maxine Nodel, for a fun workshop in Drawing.


Location: Blue Door Art Center, Yonkers

Forbidden Broadway on Stage March 23 ~White Plains~

From ANNIE to PHANTOM to WICKED, this fall-down funny, satirical roast of over 30 Broadway hits features outrageous costumes, silly spoofs of the songs you know by heart and madcap impressions by a stellar cast! Newer spoofs include HAMILTON, THE BOOK OF MORMON and ONCE. It’s never been more fun poking fun at your favorite musicals and stars!


Location: White Plains Performing Arts Center, White Plains

Hudson Valley Writers’ Center Author Readings March 25 ~Sleepy Hollow~

Critically-acclaimed poet, Martha Rhodes (The Beds), will read from her new collection, Thin Line (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2017). She is the author of five poetry collections and is an editor and a professor. Molly McCully Brown is the author of The Virginia State Colony for Epileptics and Feebleminded (Persea Books 2017), which won the 2016 Lexi Rudnitsky First Book Prize. Carol Moldaw (So Late So Soon) will read from her most recent collection, (Beauty, Refracted, 2018).


Location: Hudson Valley Writers’ Center, Sleepy Hollow

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