Evolving Learning Environments: Challenges & Benefits of Online Instruction

Zoom Event Tarrytown

The discussion will focus on how the pandemic has changed education, in some ways, permanently.  Remote learning has presented many challenges, often pushing teachers and students to acquire new skills. Join us to learn more about the face of today's digital learning and its inherent benefits and challenges. Speakers are Drs. Meghan Marrero and Amanda Gunning, co-directors of the Mercy College Center for STEM Education.


Rails Around Westchester

Warner Library 121 N Broadway, Tarrytown

Wednesday, April 7 at 7pm/ Rails Around Westchester  A free zoom event. Register online:https://bit.ly/2NR7Kav All Aboard for a trip into the past featuring the history of the many railroad lines (and trolley lines) that once ran through Westchester county, and the 3 lines that have survived. Presented by Kent Patterson. A railroad buff, Kent Patterson has worked 38 years on railroads - Metro-North and earlier railroads as a tower operator, yardmaster, trainmaster, planner, and most recently, project manager. This program […]


Toll Free Telephone Book Club for Women with Cancer

Support Connection 40 Triangle Center, Suite 100, Yorktown Heights, NY

Open to people who have or have had breast, ovarian or gynecological cancer. Pre-registration is required. To register, call Support Connection no later than 5pm NY time on April 7: 914-962-6402 or 800-532-4290.  Book to be discussed: The Winemaker’s Wife, by Kristin Harmel. This novel alternates between a story of the French resistance during the mid-1940’s Nazi occupation and current day. Shifting years and perspectives, the story intersects the lives of several strong women as they cope with fast changes […]


BRIC JazzFest


BRIC JazzFest, which will be a virtual musical marathon with a stellar jazz line up. The three-day festival will take place from Thursday, April 8 through Saturday, April 10 at 7pm ET at BRICartsmedia.org/jazzfest with tiered ticket options based on how many people are viewing in your household and discounted tickets for essential workers. For more information, visit BRICartsmedia.org/jazzfest. The JazzFest lineup will showcase artists ranging from global legends, to Brooklyn-bred bands and exciting newcomers to jazz, including festival headliners […]

$5 – $60

The Westchester Poetry Festival at the Masters School

virtual event n/a

Reginald Dwayne Betts is the keynote poet for the 10th annual Poetry Festival co hosted by the Masters. School and The Hudson Valley Writers Center.  Joining him are 5 additional published poets: Margo Taft- Stever, Sean Silver, Tyree Daye, Aaron Coleman and Lelia Chatti.  The student spoken word group, Outspoken, will add the refreshing voices of youth


Innisfree: An American Garden Virtual Tour

Online Event

Wednesday, April 14 at 7pm/ Innisfree: An American Garden Virtual Tour Join Innisfree landscape curator, Kate Kerin, for a story that reads like the Great American Novel, including love, loss, and ingenuity overcoming adversity. Explore the timeless design ideas and timely landscape management techniques at Innisfree that can be adopted by gardeners and designers anywhere. Register online for this free Zoom session: https://bit.ly/3fcLtzg A collaboration of The Field Library and Warner Library


Backyard Wildlife: Vernal Pools Webinar

Online Event

Vernal pools are important wetland habitats that are easily overlooked in your own backyard. Join us as we investigate their function and the animals that utilize these temporary bodies of water on April 14, 7pm - 8:30pm. Tickets are Pay-as-you-wish. Registration can be found here: https://teatown.ticketleap.com/backyard-wildlife-vernal.../ Program to take place over Zoom. Participants will receive the access code/link upon registration. Please check all of your email folders after purchase.


Monthly virtual chapter meeting, Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA)

Online Event

Suffering from hearing loss? Learn about hearing loss and valuable resources available to you in our community. Do you, a family member or co-worker have hearing loss? 48 million Americans, or roughly 1 in 10, suffer from some degree of hearing loss. The Westchester Chapter of the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) is here to help. Our goal is to provide information, advice and social activities - especially important during the Covid-19 pandemic. EVENT: HLAA Westchester monthly virtual (Zoom) chapter meeting […]


Irvington Theater Welcomes Irvington Shakespeare Company August 6-22

By Brad Ogden– Irvington theatergoers will have a chance to take in a live performance for the first time in over a year with the inaugural production from the Irvington Shakespeare Company: a reimagined, 90-minute Twelfth Night, staged outdoors at the O'Hara Nature Center this August. The brand new company joins four other Arts Partners who regularly collaborate with or present their shows at Irvington Theater. Founder Kamran Saliani, a professional actor and lifelong Irvington resident, hopes to give back […]

Earth Month Kickoff This Weekend – TEAC

Tarrytown Lakes Parking Lot Neperal Rd, Tarrytown

TEAC is hosting a series of safely-distanced outdoor activities for April and May this year, beginning April 17th, running through the following week (Earth Day itself is April 22) and going into May. See below for information and how to register and join these efforts to improve our Village’s environment. For the full schedule, CLICK HERE. Sat, April 17 (rain date 18th), 10am-2pm: Trash Clean-up (with the Lake Keepers) and Invasive Vine Removal at the Tarrytown Lakes: This will be tough work, so bring […]


Exhibit: Craig ALAN @ Canfin Gallery – 4/17-5/16

Canfin Gallery 39 Main Street, Tarrytown

Craig Alan is a Pop Surrealist, internationally recognized for his ingenious portraits of iconic figures and or images drawn from popular culture. He paints in a meticulously realistic style, a “nano” world, a microcosm of figures and fantastic scenes, which collectively form the architecture or construct of his subject. Perpetually in motion, these pixelations are intricately woven and assembled with a broad knowledge of the human form, the colorful world they occupy, and the ultimate and collective purpose of a […]


Common Questions About Bone Health and Cancer

A free program presented by Support Connection, Inc. Open to people who have or have had breast, ovarian or gynecological cancer. Pre-registration is required. To register, call Support Connection: 914-962-6402 or 800-532-4290. Must register no later than 5 pm (NY time) on Mon., April 19. After being diagnosed with and treated for breast, ovarian or gynecological cancer, most wonder about possible long-term changes to their bodies. The impact of cancer treatment on bone health is one of the issues often […]