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


There are many occasions to mark this weekend. It's Father's Day weekend, for one. Sunday is also Juneteenth, a day commemorating emancipation of enslaved African Americans. And, this weekend we turn the corner into the official start of summer. The days are long, just right for slowing down and spending more time doing the things that fill you up. If you're looking for local ways to do just that, read on for our top picks.

14 things to do this weekend: Friday, Jun 17 - Sunday, Jun 19

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Lewisboro Town Park's Food Truck Fridays - Fri Jun 17 5:00 pm

Lewisboro Town Park's Food Truck Fridays are back! 
Live music, food trucks, lawn games and ice cream. https://www.lewisboroplayground.com/ [more details]

Hardscrabble Cider Pizza Night - Fri Jun 17 6:00 pm

MUSIC: ALEX CANOFOOD TRUCK: Crafty 'Cue [more details]

Lewisboro Land Trust: Community Picnic at Birdstone Farm - Fri Jun 17 6:00 pm

Lewisboro Land Trust invites you for a community picnic and live music with friends and neighbors at the bucolic Birdstone Farm. This event is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy an evening of camaraderie and music at this privately-owned horse farm. Bring your own lawn chairs, blanket, picnic dinner, wine, and family (we will provide soft drinks) for a fun evening to kick off the summer picnic season.  [more details]

Hard Headed Comedy Showcase - Fri Jun 17 8:00 pm

Looking for a unique Father’s Day gift? How about a NYC comedy club
experience – right in your own backyard? That’s right, it’s the return of
the “Hard Headed Comedy Showcase.” This event features SIX
stand-up comics – who regularly perform on TV, podcasts and venues such
as the Comedy Cellar and the New York Comedy Club – now performing on
the stage of the Lewisboro Library!
The show is the Friday before Father’s Day, so expect parenting to be a common theme that evening.  [more details]

Katonah Classic Stage: Talley's Folly - Fri Jun 17 8:00 pm

Join us for a reading at the Bedford Historical Hall.Featuring Elizabeth Stanley and Bruce Sabath. Doors open at 7:00 p.m., show at 8:00 p.m.Run time 90 minutes, no intermission. Complimentary light refreshments offered! [more details]

Railyard Arts Studio: Father's Day Workshop - Puppet Show On-The-Go - Sat Jun 18 10:30 am

Create memories together this Father's Day at our family workshop series! https://www.railyardartsstudio.com/ [more details]

Katonah Saturday Stroll - Sat Jun 18 12:00 pm

Saturday strolls in full swing! More live music by Marissa Detlor this Saturday in the gazebo 12p - 3p. Come downtown to shop, dine, listen and enjoy.Hosted by the Chamber, sponsored by Ellen Schwartz Real Estate and Devin McCrossan [more details]

Ruth Keeler Library: Juneteenth Zoom Celebration - Sat Jun 18 2:30 pm

Join us with your family to celebrate the rich history of Juneteenth. Hosted by Chanel Murray, poet, and writer. We will explore:
What is Juneteenth, and who do we celebrate this important holiday today?
Then, listen to a personal narrative of an enslaved person reflecting on that period of time.
Unpack General Order #3
Unpack poems “Juneteenth, We Free?” and “We Resisted” from All Black Everything, Poems by Chanel Murrary.
[more details]

Saturday Ice Cream Nights at The Farmer's Grind - Sat Jun 18 6:00 pm

ALEX CANO & TACO ROAD SHOW 6-9pm [more details]

FREE Outdoor Concert: Brewster Summer Music Series - Sat Jun 18 6:00 pm

Saturday June 18, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. at the Electrozone Park Gazebo.Join us for the FREE Brewster Summer Music series, an exciting lineup of music this summer at the gazebo in at Veterans Park - 1 Morningthorpe Avenue, Brewster. A short walk from the Brewster train station!Fat City Rockers are Rockabilly, Surf add Rock & Roll! This high energy trio delivers the goods bringing to life all the best tunes spun on wax!!! FCR has been rocking Kats & Kittens socks since 2015. [more details]

Cultural Arts Coalition: Springing Forward - an evening of Modern Dance - Sat Jun 18 7:00 pm

Putnam County Dance Project, sponsored by Town of Southeast Cultural Arts Coalition, brings a program of uplifting dances, including dances from the revolutionary “mother” of modern dance, Isadora Duncan. Leading Duncan dancers who have performed around the world and studied the work extensively will show repertory that has been handed down from generation to generation, recreated from archival research and danced to the music of Chopin, Corelli and Schubert among others.  [more details]

Caramoor Opening Night: Yo-Yo Ma & the Knights - Sat Jun 18 7:00 pm

Yo-Yo Ma, perhaps the greatest cellist of our time, kicks off Caramoor’s 2022 Summer Season in a festive performance with The Knights, a trailblazing group of young musicians that has developed “a strong reputation for polished performances and imaginative programming” (The New York Times).  [more details]

Ridgefield Arts Council: Music & Art in the Park - Sun Jun 19 12:00 pm

Ridgefield Arts Council presents Music & Art in the ParkNoon to 7 PM at Ballard ParkSchool of Rock, Brian Butler Quartet, 3PO, Scott Robert Trio, Tony & the Westsiders, Dan Moriarty and local visual artists displaying art. [more details]

Mike Burns and Highway 53 - Sun Jun 19 12:00 pm

Mike Burns, award winning songwriter graces the Stage at Daryl's House. Mike plays his award winning material and some country blues songs that you will like ! Richard Neal will be accompanying Mike on mandolin and guitar . We  suggest that you call for reservations as the club is quite busy on Sundays! The Concert is free of charge and Daryl's House has a great brunch and an excellent staff on hand!  [more details]

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