Calendar of Events

Hearts and Homes for Refugees
Fall Family Picnic
September 8
Ridge Road Park, Hartsdale

Groundwork Hudson Valley Gala 2024
Celebrating the Urban Forest
October, 16 from 6 to 9pm
Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers
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The ArtsExchange Exhibition: Home is Where Your Heart Is
Through July 21
31 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains
Six photographers and one painter use physical space, interior memory, and wit to determine the meaning of home.

Plant Fitness
High School Summer Pass Program
Teens 14-19 work out free at any location in New York, running through August 21. Registration is open. To sign up, visit or visit a location. Under 18 must sign up with a parent or guardian.


Scarsdale Farmer’s Market – featuring regional farmers and locally made foods on Spencer Place at Chase Road, Sundays through November 24 from 9 to 2pm. Visit Down to Earth website for updated information.

White Plains Farmer’s Market – open Wednesdays from 8:30am to 2:45pm on Court Street, until November 27 For more information, visit White Plains Farmers Market | White Plains, NY – Official Website (

Bronxville Farmer’s Market – open Saturdays from 8:30am to 1pm, through Thanksgiving. Located at Stone Place at Paxton Avenue. For more information, visit

Larchmont Farmer’s Market – open every Saturday from 8:30am to 1pm at the Larchmont Metro-North parking deck of Chatsworth Avenue. To sign up for updates, visit Down to Earth Markets (

Concerts in the Park
Lanza Field, Harbor Island Park, Mamaroneck
Sponsored by the Emelin Theatre for the Performing Arts, the Village of Mamaroneck Parks & Recreation and the Village of Mamaroneck Arts Council
Picnic with friends and family and enjoy great free music.
July 17 at 7pm: Tramps Like Us (Bruce Springsteen Tribute Band)
August 7 at 7pm: Broadway on the Sound (family-friendly musical theatre)
Food trucks, beer, wine and hard seltzers available. 
Visit for updates.

Blood Drive
New York Mets and the New York Blood Center
Through July 7
Donate and receive a t-shirt and a voucher for two tickets to a select 2024 Mets home game. Promotion is available at any of the NYBC’s 19 donor centers or mobile blood drive locations. To make an appointment at a donor center near you, donors can call 1-800-933-2566 or visit Can’t donate blood? You can still support NYBC’s mission by texting ‘NYBC’ to ‘20222’ to give $25.

St. Paul’s Church National Historic Site
897 S. Columbus Ave., Mt. Vernon

July 3, 1:00 – 3:00 pm.  Summer Vacation, Historic Fun.  A weekly children’s program, with historic activities, including Revolutionary War drill sergeant leading militia drill, the life of a child in colonial America, historic dress up and special historic toys and games. The program will be led by St. Paul’s staff of experienced museum educators and historians. The program will be repeated every Wednesday through July and August. It is recommended for ages 6-12.

July 4, beginning at 10:30 am. Independence Day celebration, featuring a reading of the Declaration of Independence and tolling, 13 times, of the historic church bell. There will also be tours, talks, music and refreshments.   A 250 Event

July 6, 1 pm.   Walter Johansen, a historian, former Mt. Vernon middle school history teacher and a one-time Marine, explores the political framework and ideas that shaped Patriot political thought in the era of the American Revolution.  A 250 event

July 10, 10 am.   St. Paul’s staff leads a walking, interpretive tour of the Pell’s Point battlefield, exploring the Revolutionary War battle of October 18, 1776, situated at what is today the northern end of Pelham Bay Park, in the Bronx, where visitors will assemble for the tour.  Space is limited, and reservations are required; contact the site for further information and reservations, at 914-667-4116.   A 250 event

July 13, 1 pm, Acclaimed author & historian Jack Kelly unravels the subject matter of his new book, “God Save Benedict Arnold: The True Story of America’s Most Hated Man.”    A 250 event

July 20, 1 pm.   A talk, by St. Paul’s site manager David Osborn, about the life and times of Anne Hutchinson, religious pioneer, and Puritan rebel, who lived briefly near St. Paul’s at the end of her life in the 1640s.          

July 27, 1 pm.   St. Paul’s historian and museum educator Michael Grillo, presents, “George Washington and the American Revolution,” a talk and living history demonstration. A 250 event. 

Teen Art Happening 2024
July 27 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm
Pelham Art Center
155 Fifth Avenue, Pelham
Join the Teen Artist Council for an art block party, held in the courtyard, featuring snacks, music, arts & crafts, and a mini art market. All ages are welcome. For more information, visit

International Music and Dance Festival
Tuesdays, July 9 through August 13 at 7:00pm
New Rochelle Public Library, Ossie Davis Theater, 1 Library Plaza, New Rochelle
July 9 – Greek American Folklore Society
July 16 – Gamelan Yowana Sari Ensemble
July 23 – Nanny Assis Brazilian Rhythms
July 30 – Klezmer Revival Sounds – Elijah and the Not-for-Prophets
August 6 – Aszmara and Souren Baronian’s Transition Ensemble
August 13 – Grand Finale: Calpulli Summer Mexican Dance Workshops (library patio)
Admission is free, but registration is requested for each event. Register online at (find the event on the calendar, click and proceed with registration) or call 914-813-3706.