What to do in North Salem this weekend: Friday, Mar 3 - Sunday, Mar 5
As we approach the tail end of winter, local events are also beginning to shift with the seasons. Preschoolers are invited to "March MUDness" at Ward Pound Ridge, the ladies from the Parsley & Sage podcast will help locals make a plan for growing their gardens, and maple sugaring events continue at both Muscoot Farm and the Trailside Nature Museum at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation. Read on for those events and more in this weekend's roundup.
10 things to do this weekend: Friday, Mar 3 - Sunday, Mar 5
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Town of North Salem: Special Town Board Meeting - Fri Mar 3 10:30 am
Town Board members will convene to pass a Resolution in Objection to Governor Hochul’s “New York Housing Compact” Proposal; Authorize the Supervisor to Sign an Agreement – Capital Region BOCES, Management Services
Division. [more details]
Lewisboro Land Trust: Preschool March MUDness Hike - Fri Mar 3 1:30 pm
YAY!!! MARCH MUDNESS IS HERE! Preschool March MUDness Hike, Friday, March 3 from 1:30-3 m. at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation/Meadow parking lot. Let's embrace the MUDness of March at our monthly preschool program. If there's one thing we can count on from nature in March, it's MUD! It's an important (and FUN!) part of the changing seasons, so we will lean into learning and enjoying it. Please be prepared practically and mentally to let the kids get their muddiest! [more details]
The Aldrich After Hours - Fri Mar 3 5:00 pm
Explore our new exhibitions on view including Kathleen Ryan: Head and Heart, Prima Materia: The Periodic Table in Contemporary Art, and Hangama Amiri: An Homage to Home during Aldrich After Hours! Take a short exhibition tour while enjoying a drink during our bi-monthly social gathering. [more details]
North Salem Open Land Foundation: Tree Pruning at Weil Preserve - Sat Mar 4 10:00 am
Keep your trees looking great and set them up for success in the Spring. Join us to learn winter tree pruning techniques with our Executive Director, John Baker. Dress warmly and wear sturdy shoes. [more details]
Ready, Set, Grow Your Garden! - Sat Mar 4 10:00 am
Get the dirt on starting your garden this spring, from growing vegetables to making meadows, shade, wetland gardens, and more. Bring your questions and ideas to dialogue with Pam Pooley and Jeanne Farewell, seasoned gardeners and hosts of the Parsley & Sage Podcast. Grow with them to wake up your gardening instincts, find out when to start planting, and even how to compost. Of course, beginner gardeners are strongly encouraged to come and raise a hand…or a shovel! This program is free, open to all. [more details]
Maple Munchies - Sat Mar 4 12:00 pm
Syrup isn’t just for pancakes! Come learn about all the ways to use maple syrup in the kitchen while cooking up a maple-themed culinary treat! This cooking class will be offered in Muscoot’s Activity Building for $15 per person, ages 6+. Treats may range from sweet to savory, so bring your appetite with you! [more details]
Trailside Nature Museum: Maple Sugaring, Past to Present - Sat Mar 4 1:00 pm
Explore the process of maple sugaring from past to present at the Trailside Nature Museum. [more details]
Muscoot Farm's Sugaring Off - Sun Mar 5 11:00 am
Join us to celebrate the end of our sugaring season! Enjoy some pancakes, syrup, and music and then head to the Sugar Shack to learn how maple syrup is made! Registration is required online. [more details]
Trailside Nature Museum: Trail Camera Workshop - Sun Mar 5 12:00 pm
Trailside Nature Museum Trail Camera Workshop at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation. [more details]
Yellow Studio: Opening Reception: Lara Saget - Sun Mar 5 3:00 pm
Join us for the opening reception of re-union. re-union features drawings, paintings, and sculptures by Lara Saget. The works are combinations of glass, stone and bronze merged by heat. The drawings and paintings are a result of a fifteen year break from working two dimensionally, they are a product of discovery and rediscovery. RSVP required.
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