The Uncle Louie variety show comedy has been taking the Italian american communities by storm.They been making people laugh for years with their characters and sketches to put smiles on peoples faces and bring back memories of growing up Italian.
An extravagant outdoor gala celebrating the beauty, history, and mythos of America’s Greatest Forgotten Garden.
Attendees will find themselves transported back to the golden years of the Greystone Estate, when Mrs. Minnie Untermyer hosted some of the greatest artists and performers of the early 20th century and Samuel Untermyer roamed the property with a white orchid in his lapel.
PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTSLive performances will take place throughout the night, including sets by headlining artists Armen Ra & Mr Twin Sister.
If you are an artist seeking funds to create a new work, an emerging arts group, a school, after school program or community agency seeing support for arts/cultural projects, ArtsWestchester’s Arts Alive grants can help. These grants are designed to expand arts opportunities throughout Westchester and Rockland Counties.
Benjamin Levy is a unique, multi-talented magician, memory expert, and speaker, who is the favorite of CEOs of Fortune 500 companies and who has performed for the likes of President Obama and Muhammad Ali. His programs are memorable, entertaining, audience involving, highly personalized, sophisticated, and filled with humor and charm.
Listen to the Joey Berkley Band during this “bourbon and barware” tasting event celebrating Can I Get a Witness: Photographs by Herb Snitzer. The HRM is thrilled to partner with Nahmias et Fils Distillery, Cocktail Kingdom, and The Westchester Center for Jazz and Contemporary Music in a soulful pairing of bourbon, the signature American libation, with jazz, the quintessential American music.
Celebrate the nocturnal raptor of Jane Yolen’s classic children’s book, Owl Moon, on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing, and compare its special characteristics to those of day hunters, the hawk and falcon. Watch them fly as falconer Brian Bradley demonstrates their special powers.
Big Mamou was formed in what could be described as a cosmic Cajun and country collision, when married couple Jim and Julianne Fenhagen met accordion player John Sherman. Their sound is a mashup of Cajun, zydeco, and country music.