What to do in North Salem this weekend: Friday, Sep 23 - Sunday, Sep 25


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It's the last weekend of September. You read that right. September has passed by in a blur but this last weekend of the month presents one last opportunity to make the most of it. There will be dancing at Stony Creek Farm, a multi-course, roving dinner with playwrights and artists at Ryder Farm, a collector's confab at Ruth Keeler Library and lots more. What will you get up to this weekend?

10 things to do this weekend: Friday, Sep 23 - Sunday, Sep 25

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North Salem Republican Town Committee Fundraiser! - Fri Sep 23 6:00 pm

The North Salem Republican Town Committee fundraiser will take place on Friday, September 23 from 6pm-9pm. $25 per person suggested donation. Come enjoy light food, wine, music, refreshments, a silent auction, and meet your local officials and candidates. Money raised will benefit the NSRTC's Republican committees’ activities and causes, including the group's new North Salem high school senior scholarship for 2023.   [more details]

Keeler Library: Moons, Mugshots & Amateurs - Deborah Rogel from Antiques Road Show - Sun Sep 25 4:00 pm

Sunday, September 25th at 4:00 - Moons, Mugshots, and Amateurs: Collecting Vernacular Photography, talk by Deborah Rogal, Director of Photographs and Photobooks at Swann Auction Galleries and frequent appraiser on Antiques Road Show - co-sponored with the North Salem Historical Society - in person at the library. [more details]


Other Events

Keeler Library: Friday Painters & Artists - Fri Sep 23 10:30 am

Join a fun and informal group of painters and artists, beginners and experienced, on Friday mornings at the library at 10:30 to work together. There is no instruction, and you can draw, paint or work in any medium you choose. You must bring your materials. There is no registration; just come. It is a great way to meet new people, and all are welcome. [more details]

Yellow Monkey Village Market - Sat Sep 24 11:00 am

Calling local vintage sellers, artisans and vendors to bring your goods and talents [more details]

Cider & Wine Tasting with Leif Sundstrom & Schatzi Wines - Sat Sep 24 2:00 pm

Cider & wine tasting with Leif Sundstrom & Schatzi Wines at Folkways Wines in Croton Falls2-5pm [more details]

SPACE on Ryder Farm: The Roving Dinner - Sat Sep 24 4:00 pm

The Roving Dinner is a multi-course dinner paired with excerpts of plays developed by our Working Farm writers group from 2021 and 2022. Prepared by SPACE’s culinary team, each course is served alongside an excerpt performance at various locations around Ryder Farm. Don’t miss the signature event of SPACE’s season.Click here to purchase tickets. [more details]

NSBTA-NSVAC Barn Dance - Sat Sep 24 6:00 pm

The North Salem Bridle Trails Association has joined forces with the North Salem Volunteer Ambulance Corp to host the 2022 NSBTA-NSVAC Barn Dance. The NSVAC’s fundraising efforts have been dramatically impacted over the past couple of years due to Covid-19. What better way to help them out than to partner up for a fun evening. There will be live music by Andrea and the Armenian Rug Riders, delicious food catered by Fiesta Mexicana and dancing of course! New this year will be a silent auction… [more details]

Aldrich Museum: Outdoor Artist Talk - Sat Sep 24 7:00 pm

Outdoor Artist Talk: David Shaw with Curator Richard KleinJoin artist David Shaw with curator, artist, and writer Richard Klein for a conversation on Shaw’s work including, Last Steps, currently on view as part of the Museum’s Main Street Sculpture series. This talk will be held in the Museum’s front courtyard followed by light refreshments, weather permitting. [more details]

Muscoot Farm: Fairy Walk - Sun Sep 25 12:00 pm

Visit Muscoot Farm, Sunday, Sept. 25, noon to 3 p.m. for a walk looking for fairies! Event is free; $5 pics with unicorn. Fairy accessories will be on sale and wear your fairy costume! [more details]

Katonah Museum of Art: Last Look
- Sun Sep 25 3:00 pm

Tradition Interrupted 12P-5P. The artists of Tradition Interrupted are merging age-old media and technique with innovation, and re-visioning culturally historic ideas to create new work that interrupt traditional practice but still collaborates with the past. For generations, traditional craft and art practices held steadfast and often visually defined a culture. Today, artists are unraveling certain traits and facets of these ancient customs to redefine or reclaim them for the contemporary world. [more details]

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