What to do in North Salem this weekend: Friday, Apr 21 - Sunday, Apr 23
This Earth Day weekend, we celebrate all the amazing gifts that Mother Nature has given us. The folk at Folkways Wines will be showcasing Greek wine, the Parsley & Sage podcasts hosts are hosting a garden design workshop, there's an Earth Day storytime and craft at Keeler Library, a Sakura celebration at The Hammond Museum, and so much more.
From high school sports to museum tours and more, this spring weekend has it all. What will you get up to?
17 things to do this weekend: Friday, Apr 21 - Sunday, Apr 23
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Greek Wine Tasting - Sat Apr 22 2:00 pm
Let us teleport you to Greece with this spring Greek Wine Tasting. Join us Saturday April 22nd and taste some stunning white, orange and red wines from Greece. Hosted with Knit Wine.Date: Saturday 4/22 2-5pmLocation: Folkways Croton FallsFree [more details]
Katonah Museum of Art: Creative Community Fridays - Fri Apr 21 9:30 am
The Katonah Museum invites community members of all ages to take part in Creative Community Fridays. 9:30 a.m. - Stroller Tours; 10:30 a.m. - Artful Families; 1:00 p.m. - Senior Social
Paint Night - Fri Apr 21 5:00 pm
PICASSO WHO? We want YOU!!Come join the National Art Honor Society for a fun night of painting and snacks!Learn to paint a beautiful sunset landscape or butterfly from some of North Salem’s finest high school artists!No experience necessary.Leave with a beautiful painting to hang on your wall!Worried about finding a babysitter?Bring your child grades 6 and up to participate in a simultaneous Junior Paint Night session in the Middle School Cafeteria!Adults will be in the High School Cafeteria… [more details]
North Salem HS varsity girls lacrosse vs Pawling - Fri Apr 21 6:30 pm
Varsity Girls Lacrosse under the lights vs Pawling Friday, April 21 2023 from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm at Tiger Stadium. [more details]
Parsley & Sage: Beginner's Garden Design Studio - Sat Apr 22 10:00 am
Come for a fun, hands-on session with graph paper, tracing paper, rulers and colored pencils. – all provided by the library. Join seasoned gardeners Pam Pooley and Jeanne Farewell, co-hosts of the Parsley & Sage Podcast. It will begin with a short slide show featuring a native plant palette and a variety of graphing styles to choose from; then it’s time to plant your garden!This program is at the library, free, open to all and requires no registration. [more details]
Muscoot Farm: Earth Day Scavenger Hunt - Sat Apr 22 10:00 am
Join us for this virtual scavenger hunt! Players can play along at home or visit each location on the farm in real time!Hunter, the farm cat, has had a fun day around the farm! Now he's ready to take a long cat-nap and enjoy pets from his farmers. Can you help Hunter find his way back to the barn? Follow the path and visit Hunter's farm friends as you answer questions and learn how a farm interacts with the environment!Click to play [more details]
Lewisboro Land Trust: Earth Day Party - Sat Apr 22 10:00 am
Lewisboro Land Trust invites you to celebrate Earth Day with us in the serene woods next to Hemlock Lake in Mt. Lakes Park. Specific timed activities are listed below, and fun, interactive earth-themed activities will be available all day. So please stop by at your leisure and stay for as long as you wish! Snacks, refreshments, coloring sheets -- generously provided by Juliska Martino of Compass Real Estate. In the interest of sustainability, we encourage families to bring their own travel drink containers. [more details]
Grow Your Own Cutting Garden Workshop - Sat Apr 22 10:30 am
Have you dreamed of starting your own cut flower garden?
Join us on Saturday, April 22 for a 2-hour jam packed workshop where we will teach you to grow beautiful blooms like a pro flower-farmer! This workshop is perfect for novice as well as intermediate gardeners, we will cover the basics plus dig deep into all things cut flowers. Join Christine and the Wild Iris Team as she guides you through the ins and outs of creating your very own small-scale cutting garden in your own backyard.
Daffodil Day - Sat Apr 22 11:00 am
We are getting ready to kick off our 2023 U-Pick season at the farm. Our Daffodil Day spring market will start the spring off with colorful fun. Come join us for flowers, food, local artisan vendors and more. More Details: Free entry to the market, no tickets necessary. U-Pick daffodils for picking!Local artisan vendors will be selling their wares, some may be cash only. Parking available in the parking lot for the commercial space in front of the flower farm. [more details]
Keeler Library: Earth Day Storytime & Craft - Sat Apr 22 1:00 pm
This Earth Day, the library is hosting a special event for children. The program will include a storytime about the importance of caring for the Earth, followed by a craft activity. [more details]
The Aldrich: Prima Materia Tour - Sat Apr 22 1:00 pm
Join us for a curator led tour of Prima Materia: The Periodic Table in Contemporary Art. Artist, writer, and curator Richard Klein will give an overview the exhibition, beginning with the “origins” of Earth and covering the transition of alchemy to chemistry, while featuring an in-depth look at the works of various artists. [more details]
Hygrade Market: Craft Beer & Food Pairing Event - Sat Apr 22 5:00 pm
The Katonah Beer Man, a dedicated Craft Beer enthusiast & educator, will lead an entertaining and informative event featuring four craft beers provided by Hygrade Market paired with a selection of small plates especially prepared by Chef Milton. $45 per person / $80 couple. Reservations required; call 914-617-8235. [more details]
Muscoot Farm: Farmer's Market - Sun Apr 23 9:30 am
Muscoot's weekly Farmers Market supports farmers and sustainable efforts in our area, featuring over 20 local vendors each week. Every Sunday until November 19th.
Vendors today include:
Broken Bow Brewery, Collier's Candle Co, Do Re Me Farms, Fi-Dough, Goode and Local, Hoffman Farms, Hummingbird Ranch, Manor Sangria, Meredith's Country Bakery, M&M Italian Provisions, North Winds Lavender, Nourishing Sol, Old World Marketplace, Orchard Hill Organics, P&S Seafood, Pickle Licious, Zen Succulents [more details]
Ridgefield Rec Center 20th Birthday - Sun Apr 23 11:00 am
Celebrate 20 years of our wonderful Recreation Center on Sunday, April 23. There will be free activities for all ages:11:15-12:00 pm: Family Zumba (all ages, sneakers are required)12:30-4:30 pm: Inflatables: Wacky World (ages 3+) & Slide Obstacle Course (ages 6+)12:30-1:00 pm: Mac Donald-Pin Dancers Performance (with prize giveaways)1:00-2:00 pm: Drum Circle: Come & Drum/Three Open Sessions:1:00-1:20 pm, 1:20-1:40 pm & 1:40-2:00 pm (with prize giveaways)2:00-2:30 pm: Free Birthday Cupcakes 2:00… and so much more.[more details]
Hammond Museum: Sakura Celebration! - Sun Apr 23 12:00 pm
Fabulous events for the whole family, including a spring tea ceremony, Family Exploration of The Tale of Genji, and Garden Tour with Lara Netting. 12:00 - 5:00 p.m. [more details]
Muscoot Farm Beeswax Food Wraps DIY - Sun Apr 23 1:00 pm
Let’s celebrate Earth Day by recycling! Learn how to turn cloth into reusable beeswax wraps. $10 per person (includes two beeswax wraps), preregistration required through Eventbrite by 4/20. For ages 12+. [more details]
Westchester Community Orchestra: Live at St. James Village Hall - Sun Apr 23 3:00 pm
Westchester Community Orchestra live at St. James Village Hall. A Spring Concert on Sunday, April 23, 3pmWilliam Eckfeld, conductor Guest Artist: Mira Armij Gill Music by Barber, Beethoven, and Copeland. Donations welcome [more details]
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