What to do in North Salem this weekend: Friday, Mar 17 - Sunday, Mar 19


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There's so much happening in March. This month, we celebrate Women's History Month, St. Patrick's Day and the beginning of spring.  Folkways Wines invites you to celebrate women wine makers with a wine tasting featuring the shop's favorite women-owned producers. If you're feeling green, the Lewisboro Land Trust invites you to a St. Patrick's Day hike at the Leon Levy Preserve in South Salem (dressing festive is encouraged, but not required). And if you're just feeling the itch to get outside and smell that almost-spring air, there are plenty of local hikes, runs and maple sugaring activities to help you soak up the season. What will you get up to this weekend?

10 things to do this weekend: Friday, Mar 17 - Sunday, Mar 19

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Women in Wine at Folkways Wines - Sat Mar 18 2PM

March is Women's History Month and we here at Folkways are spotlighting some of our favorite women producers of wine and spirits.  Join us for a tasting of some of our favorite women-owned producers on Sat 3/18 2-5pm Cost: Free [more details]

Other Events

Katonah Museum of Art: Creative Community Fridays - Fri Mar 17 9:30 am

On the 3rd Friday of every month, families, friends, and neighbors gather for creative fun. Free with Museum admission. Registration recommended. Stroller Tours 9:30 - 10:30AM; Artful Families 10:30 - 11:30AM; Senior Socials 1:00 - 2:00PM [more details]

Lewisboro Land Trust: St. Patrick's Day Hike - Fri Mar 17 10:00 am

Who doesn’t love a St. Patrick’s Day Parade?! Dress festive (wear green, of course!) and join us for a 2.5-mile hike through the woods of Leon Levy Preserve. We’ll hike the green trail, of course, then take a break at the Black Mansion ruins to share a few silly limericks, dance some jigs, and munch some sweets amongst the leprechauns.Sturdy, mud-resistant shoes are recommended. All ages are welcome, but due to the distance we recommended for ages 6+ or a carry option for younger kids. Friendly dogs on leash are welcome. [more details]

Ridgefield Running Co: Saturday Shop Run - Sat Mar 18 7:00 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.Start times:~7 AM Main Run (Note: Course will not be marked.)~7:15 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. Note this run may not always follow the posted route, but this is a no-drop… [more details]

The Aldrich: Third Saturdays - Sat Mar 18 10:30 am

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

Trailside Nature Museum: Sugaring-Off Party - Sat Mar 18 12:00 pm

Enjoy winter's sweet rewards at our annual celebration that offers food, music, and sugaring demonstrations all day. Free event! [more details]

Keeler Library: Fancy Nancy & Little Knights Party - Sat Mar 18 12:00 pm

Join us for a Fancy Nancy and Little Knights Party at the Library! We will start with storytime and then have some fun games and a craft station where you can make a Knightly costume or a Fancy Nancy crown. Also, we will have some yummy cupcakes and healthy snacks like carrots and apples. Come dressed to impress!Click here to register. [more details]

Muscoot Farm: Maple Munchies - Sat Mar 18 12:00 pm

Syrup isn’t just for pancakes! 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]

Bedford Riding Lanes Sunday Series: March Trail Hike - Sun Mar 19 10:00 am

Join BRLA Board Member John Baitsell for a guided morning hike on one of his favorite trails.Guided trail events are $10 for our members, $15 each for non-members. Location and details will be sent to registrants the day before each event. Most trail walks will be approximately an hour. All events are weather-permitting. [more details]

Lewisboro Land Trust: Vernal Equinox Hike - Sun Mar 19 10:00 am

Learn about the changes happening in nature that come around the vernal equinox with naturalist and educator Taro Ietaka. Participants will learn about the resiliency of life after the quiet, sometimes harsh, conditions of winter. It is a time of vibrancy and energy as things begin to "wake up" to the alarm of longer days of sunshine. All of this will be explored in the meadow, shrubland, forest, and wetland habitats found on a short one-mile loop through Old Field Preserve. [more details]

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