What to do in North Salem this weekend: Friday, Apr 29 - Sunday, May 1
This weekend, one month finishes and another begins. Sunday is the first day of May, which means summer is not far behind. This spring weekend, things are heating up and plenty of local businesses and organizations invite you to visit them in person.
Whether it's the soft opening of Parker Mercantile at the Hygrade Market in Croton Falls, an opening reception for North Salem artist Matt Ulrich at CB Gallery in Katonah, or cheering on our student athletes at Tompkins Field or Volunteer's Park, there are so many opportunities to get out and about this weekend with your neighbors and friends.
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10 things to do this weekend: Friday, Apr 29 - Sunday, May 1
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Parker Mercantile soft opening - Sat Apr 30 10:00 am
Parker Mercantile at The Hygrade Market
Join us Saturday, 4/30 for the soft opening of Parker Mercantile an Artisanal General Store! Check out the retail half of The Hygrade Market starting this Saturday! Just in time for Mother's Day. Pop in between 10A-5P. [more details]
O2 Living & The Sustainable Haven: Spring Social - Sat Apr 30 10:00 am
Join us for a festive day with: local artisans, live music, on-site pizza making, kids activities, cafe and shops, open reflexology, psychic readings and more.[more details]
North Salem HS: Varsity Girls Lacrosse vs. Wappingers - Sat Apr 30 11:00 am
Saturday, April 30th 2022 11:00 am - 1:00 pm at Volunteer's Field. [more details]
Prescription drug drop-off event - Sat Apr 30 11:00 am
New York State Senator Pete Harckham will host a Prescription Drug Drop-Off from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Apr. 30 at the Putnam County Sheriff’s Department, 3 County Center, Carmel, NY. A deputy from the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office, which is partnering with Harckham on this event, will be on site to collect medications for their disposal.
Please note that no needles, aerosol cans, liquids, ointments or lotions will be collected at this drop-off. [more details]
North Salem HS: Varsity Boys Lacrosse vs. Clarkstown North - Sat Apr 30 11:00 am
Saturday, April 30th 202211:00 am - 1:00 pm at Tompkins Field
Ruth Keeler Library: Tech Help - Sat Apr 30 12:00 pm
Come on Saturdays between 12:00 and 2:00 and talk to local resident and college student, Simon Rubini. Bring your device and questions. Simon says there is no question too small.
Drop-in’s are welcome but we suggest you call or email the library, 914-669-5161, email@example.com to make an appointment so you won’t have to wait. [more details]
Felix Cabrera: Meet and Greet Music Performance - Sat Apr 30 2:00 pm
The Studio Around the Corner
Felix Cabrera is a rarity: a blues-oriented singer, harmonica player, and composer, combing the blues with elements of rock, soul, funk, and Afro-Cuban music. $25 per person (HVBS member: $20 per person). Get Tickets HERE. [more details]
Matt Ulrich: Folk Yeah! opening exhibition at CB Art Gallery - Sat Apr 30 5:00 pm
CB Art Gallery
CB Gallery presents Matt Ulrich - Folk Yeah! April 20 - June 11, 2022 Opening reception with the artist Saturday, April 30 from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. For more information, call 917-520-3234 or email firstname.lastname@example.org [more details]
The Aldrich Gala in the Garden - Sat Apr 30 7:00 pm
Aldrich Gala in the Garden
Saturday, April 30, 2022 | 7 pm
Join us for cocktails, dinner, a special performance by Trisha Brown Dance Company, and a live auction in the Museum’s Sculpture Garden.
This year, Aldrich Gala in the Garden will celebrate the artists represented in the landmark exhibition 52 Artists: A Feminist Milestone, which will open at The Aldrich in June.
Aldrich Gala in the Garden raises essential funds to support The Aldrich’s mission of serving emerging and under… [more details]
Lasdon Park: Walking Tour of Lasdon Rain Garden - Sun May 1 11:00 am
Rain gardens help reduce stormwater runoff, filter out water pollutants and help to recharge the groundwater. Find out where and how to create one in your own landscape on this walking tour. The tour meets at the Green Kiosk entrance gate off the upper level of the parking lot. The walk is rain or shine. For more information call 914 864-7264. FREE [more details]
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