What to do in North Salem this weekend: Friday, Jan 20 - Sunday, Jan 22

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This January weekend is filled with local activities. For those who are civically minded, local leaders will host an informal "coffee and conversation" at the Ruth Keeler Library Saturday. In Katonah, community members of all ages are invited to "Creative Community Fridays." And in Ridgefield, the Aldrich Museum invites locals to visit for Third Saturdays, a free admission day that includes activities for all ages.

If you're a sports fan, North Salem High School's varsity ice hockey and basketball teams will compete over the weekend. And if you just like to get outside, both the North Salem Open Land Foundation and Ridgefield Running Company have options. From art to nature to sports, this weekend's got it all. What will you get up to?

15 things to do this weekend: Friday, Jan 20 - Sunday, Jan 22

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FEATURED EVENTS

Coffee and Conversation - Sat Jan 21 2:00 pm

You're invited to join Assembly Member Chris Burdick, State Senator Peter Harckham, County Legislator Erika Pierce, Town Supervisor Warren Lucas and members of the Town Board for an informal chat. [more details]


Other Events

Katonah Museum of Art: Creative Community Fridays - Fri Jan 20 9:30 am

Stroller Tours - 9:30 - 10:30 - Meet fellow parents and caregivers of babies 0-18 months to start the day with a culturally invigorating stroller-friendly tour of the current exhibitions. Artful Families - 10:30 - 11:30 - We invite 2 to 5-year-olds and their caregivers to enjoy story time in the Atrium, explore original picture book art in the galleries, and get creative in the Learning Center. Senior Socials - 1:00 - 2:00 Senior adults come together for an engaging art experience with docent-led tours… [more details]


Ruth Keeler Library: Westchester Breathes - Fri Jan 20 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]


NSHS Varsity Ice Hockey vs. Lakeland - Fri Jan 20 4:00 pm

BYSNS Varsity Ice Hockey faces off against Lakeland Friday, January 20 at 4:00 pm at the Brewster Ice Arena. [more details]


NSHS Varsity Girls Basketball vs. Haldane - Fri Jan 20 4:30 pm

North Salem HS varsity girls basketball plays Haldane at 4:30 p.m. at the North Salem HS gym.[more details]


Ridgefield Running Co. Saturday Shop Run - Sat Jan 21 8:00 am

Ridgefield Running Company’s Saturday Shop Runs: Happening 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]


North Salem Open Land Foundation: Vine Cutting at Baxter Preserve - Sat Jan 21 9:30 am

Help us clear vines and invasive species to allow the native trees to grow and bloom. We will provide the necessary tools. Please wear sturdy shoes and bring gardening gloves.  [more details]


The Aldrich: Third Saturdays - Sat Jan 21 10:00 am

Visit the Aldrich Museum for FREE the third Saturday of every month. Participate in a Story Time at 10:30 am or an all-ages Discovery Tour of our current exhibitions at 1 pm. [more details]


Trailside Nature Museum: Family Tapping Experience - Sat Jan 21 10:00 am

Bring your family or a small group of friends to the Reservation for a one-on-one tapping experience. Each 30 minute time slot costs $20 for a family. [more details]


The Aldrich: All Ages Discovery Tour - Sat Jan 21 1:00 pm

Join us for this in-person tour of our new Aldrich Box: creating moments, guided by a Museum Educator! Aldrich Box: creating moments is an interactive box created by dancer and choreographer Ali Kenner Brodsky and her collaborators that focuses on movement and exploration. [more details]


Muscoot Farm: Farm Apothecary - Sat Jan 21 1:00 pm

Come learn about how animal byproducts can be used in sustainable cosmetics and skincare while creating your own product to take home! The class will be held in Muscoot’s Activity building and is open to everyone ages 6+; $10 per person. [more details]


Wolf Conservation Center: Winter Howl - Sat Jan 21 5:00 pm

Enjoy visiting the wolves during their favorite hour – dusk. Learn about the mythology, biology and ecology of wolf families and discover why winter is a magical time for packs in North America. Guests will take a short sunset hike to howl with Ambassador wolves Alawa and Nikai, and will potentially behold the WCC’s endangered red wolves and Mexican wolves. Please bring flashlights.  Pre-registration is required.Fees: $20 per person. [more details]


Trailside Nature Musem: Hibernation! - Sun Jan 22 12:00 pm

Join us for a program all about how animals hibernate in the winter! [more details]


Katonah Museum of Art: Tenacity & Resilience - Last Look - Sun Jan 22 12:00 pm

Enjoy the last day of the current exhibitions. Noon to 5:00 p.m. [more details]


Lewisboro Land Trust: Lunar New Year - Sun Jan 22 4:00 pm

Light Up the Night for Lunar New Year - All-Ages Craft Program at Onatru Farm Park & Preserve. An All-Ages Craft Program and Nature Walk - Sunday, January 22, 3-5pm at Onatru Farm Park & Preserve. Join us to celebrate Lunar New Year with this all-ages craft program to create lanterns out of recycled materials that we will use at the end for a nature walk around Onatru Farm at dusk. Lewisboro Land Trust will supply all materials, but we have a limited amount of recycled containers. [more details]


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