Night at the Casino: From 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. fun networking evening at EF International, 100 Marymount Ave., Tarrytown.
Call 631-1705 or visit www.SleepyHollowTarrytownChamber.com.
Celebrate Children’s Day: At 7 p.m. Kizuna Daiko does an interactive presentation of Japanese Taiko drumming that is fun for the whole family at the Warner Library in Tarrytown. Call 631-7734 or visit www.warnerlibrary.org.
Find the Right Mortgage: At 7 p.m. presentation by mortgage professionals from Emigrant Bank at the Ossining Public Library. Call 941-2416 or visit www.ossininglibrary.org.
Campfire to Cabaret: At 8 p.m. actress Joanna Gleason leads a select group of students in an evening of storytelling at Purchase College on Anderson Hill Rd.
For tickets call 251-6200 or visit www.artscenter.org.
Also March 30 & April 27.
Drumming for Dollars: Fund-raiser featuring a Taiko Drum concert and silent auction from 6:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. at Christ Church & San Marcos in Tarrytown.
Breaking News Discussion Group: At 10:15 a.m. discuss domestic and foreign policy issues with Jay Forbes at the Ossining Public Library.
To register call 941-2416, ext. 327 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also March 21, April 4, 18, May 2, 16, 30 & June 6.
For the second year in a row, Irvington is hosting the “Cake for Change” fundraising event, a memorable gathering of bakers, Irvington neighbors of all ages, and supporters and members of Community Voices Heard. This year, the Irvington Presbyterian Church has generously donated space for the event, which features dozens of cakes baked by residents, judges (including celebrity chef Marco Canora, co-owner of New York City’s Hearth restaurant and author of “Salt to Taste”) who rate the cakes and confer awards to the top three, and an opportunity to learn more about Community Voices Heard, the organization for which the event raises money. And best of all, all the cakes are available for sampling and judging by event participants!
All donations from the event provide support to Community Voices Heard Power, the political arm of Community Voices Heard, an organization that seeks to build capacity and develop leadership within low-income communities in order to make New York State a model of democratic participation that promotes progressive policies and programs that will improve the lives of poor and working class families across the state. Community Voices Heard has a number of organizers active in lower Hudson Valley communities.
For more information, please contact Thom Thacker at 914-953-1596 or write: email@example.com
Open House: From 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. visit Westchester Collaborative Theater’s new performance space at 23 Water St. in Ossining.
Call 752-6429 or visit www.wctheater.org.
Also May 13.