What to do in North Salem this weekend: Friday, Apr 14 - Sunday, Apr 16


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This weekend we return to spring after a brief summer preview. Toddlers will be celebrating spring at the Bedford Audubon, teens will gather at the Ruth Keeler Library for movie night, and community members of all ages are invited to learn gardening tips and techniques with the North Salem Open Land Foundation. That and so much more are happening in our area this weekend; what will you get up to? 

9 things to do this weekend: Friday, Apr 14 - Sunday, Apr 16

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Lewisboro Land Trust: Toddler Spring Celebration - Fri Apr 14 9:30 am

Celebrate the arrival of Spring with a short toddler walk through the meadow and gardens at Bedford Audubon’s Bylane Farm before reading a spring-themed book and planting flower seeds to take home. Children will get to choose from three types of flowers that will help hummingbirds, blue jays, or butterflies. This program is designed for ages 1-3, but all ages are welcome. Steady rain and other inclement weather cancels.Advance registration is required. [more details]

Keeler Library: Friday Painters & Artists - Fri Apr 14 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]

North Salem HS varsity boys lacrosse vs. Dobbs Ferry - Fri Apr 14 6:30 pm

Varsity Boys Lacrosse vs Dobbs Ferry on Friday, April 14 from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm at Tiger Turf. [more details]

Ruth Keeler Memorial Library: Teen Movie Night - Fri Apr 14 7:00 pm

Teen Movie Night at the Library is an event for teens ages 13-18. We will show the classic 1994 movie The Mask, starring Jim Carrey. Snacks and drinks will be provided.This event will be a fun night for all teens. We look forward to seeing you there! This program is free, open to all, and requires no registration. [more details]

Ridgefield Running Co: Saturday Shop Run - Sat Apr 15 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. [more details]

North Salem Open Land Foundation: Native Gardening with Andrea Good - Sat Apr 15 9:00 am

Join us THIS SATURDAY at Weil Preserve to learn gardening tips and techniques for success using native plants and shrubs. Local area native gardening pro, Andrea Good, will lead this informative session on using environmentally sensitive design principles. Click here to register. We look forward to seeing you on Saturday! [more details]

Aldrich Museum: Third Saturdays - Sat Apr 15 10:00 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. General registration. [more details]

Hammond Museum: Ed Cleveland Sound & Reiki Training - Sat Apr 15 5:00 pm

Did you know that sound meditation will greatly open the channels in the body to enhance your own innate ability to heal yourself? A Gong Meditation can reduce physical pain and suffering, anxiety, or depression, and bring harmony and health to your body-mind. Bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable clothing. [more details]

Caramoor: Ivalas Quartet - Sun Apr 16 3:00 pm

Ivalas Quartet 2022-23 Ernst Stiefel String Quartet-in-Residence on Sunday April 16, 2023 at 3:00pm Tickets start at $30Ages 18 and Under / Free [more details]

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