What to do in North Salem this weekend: Friday, Jan 13 - Sunday, Jan 15

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This weekend is largely about keeping busy (and staying warm) indoors. Halfway through January, we're cheering on our North Salem Tigers at the Booster Club Basketball Tournament, learning about wolves in South Salem and maple sugaring in Katonah, and contemplating new art in Cross River. Read on for our full roundup of local events. What will you get up to this weekend?

11 things to do this weekend: Friday, Jan 13 - Sunday, Jan 15

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Westchester Breathes (via Zoom) - Fri Jan 13 9:30 am

Participate in a program of gentle movement, breathing and relaxation exercises that reduce the experience of stress and anxiety and have a positive impact on your health and well being. 

This is an ongoing program offered by the Westchester Library System that increase a sense of calm and well-being. These exercises are simple and evidence-based – which is to say …they work! [more details]


Booster Club Basketball Tournament - Fri Jan 13 4:30 pm

Day two of the Booster Club Basketball Tournament is all about the girls. Tuckahoe will face Bronxville at 4:30p.m. North Salem will take on Keio Academy at 6:30 p.m.   [more details]


Ridgefield Running Co: Saturday Shop Run - Sat Jan 14 8:00 am

Ridgefield Running Company’s Saturday Shop Runs happen every week, with options for everyone. We will not have pace leaders (unless posted), and all paces are welcome.Winter start times:~8 AM Main Run (Note: Course will not be marked.)~8:15 AM Guided Interval Run**The Guided Interval Run is a workout guided by a representative from RRC, featuring walk-run intervals. Perfect for beginners and those coming back from injury.  [more details]


Booster Club Basketball Tournament Championship - Sat Jan 14 10:00 am

Saturday is the third and final day of the tournament. There will be boys and girls consolation games at 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. followed by boys and girls championship games at 2:00 and 4:00 p.m.  [more details]


Wolf Conservation Center: Winter Wolves - Sat Jan 14 11:00 am

Winter offers families a unique opportunity to visit the wolves during their favorite time of year. Learn about the mythology, biology and ecology of wolf families and discover why this season is such a magical time for packs in North America. Whether the wolves are living on the Arctic tundra or the woodlands of the southwest, wolf families are out searching for prey as their maturing pups experience their first winter season. [more details]


Trailside Nature Museum: Winter Survival - Sat Jan 14 1:00 pm

Ever wonder how animals survive in the winter? Join us for a short lesson, story and craft. Appropriate for younger ages [more details]


Muscoot Farm: Backyard Sugaring - Sat Jan 14 1:00 pm

Did you know that you can make your own maple syrup right in your backyard? Come by to learn about the equipment you will need, identifying sugar maples in all seasons, the right way to tap trees, and how to turn sap from maples in your yard into syrup on your pancakes! We will meet at Muscoot’s Sugar Shack to tour our equipment and then walk around the farm to see our maples. Event is free! [more details]


Yellow Studio: Life Perceived Opening Reception - Sat Jan 14 3:00 pm

Join us for the opening reception of the Katonah Museum Artists’ Association first exhibition at Yellow Studio, Life Perceived. This show features abstract work across numerous media by 26 local women artists. [more details]


Katonah Museum of Art: Jerry Pinkney & The Power of Change through Children's Literature - Sat Jan 14 5:00 pm

Join the Katonah Museum of Art for Jerry Pinkney and The Power of Change Through Children’s Literature, a panel discussion and reception to commemorate Jerry Pinkney’s legacy in conjunction with the Martin Luther King Jr. weekend. [more details]


Westchester Bluegrass Club presents Mike Burns and Highway 53 - Sat Jan 14 7:00 pm

Mike Burns and Highway 53 will be kicking it up at the WBC! Mike will be playing his award-winning songs, some Great old timey Bluegrass and country music to the club . The band will consist of some of the hottest players in our tri state area , Tom Hagymasi on Fiddle and vocals , Richard Neal on Mandolin and banjo, and Purdys local bass player extrodinaire David Dunaway on bass. Doors open 6:30 pm, Open mic 7:15 pm , Mike Burns and Highway 53, 8:00 - 9:30 p.m.[more details]


Muscoot Farm: Backyard Sugaring - Sun Jan 15 1:00 pm

Did you know that you can make your own maple syrup right in your backyard? Come by to learn about the equipment you will need, identifying sugar maples in all seasons, the right way to tap trees, and how to turn sap from maples in your yard into syrup on your pancakes! We will meet at Muscoot’s Sugar Shack to tour our equipment and then walk around the farm to see our maples. Event is free! [more details]


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