Hidden Faces: Covered Portraits of the Renaissance at The Met
The Met Fifth Avenue, Robert Lehman Wing, Gallery 964
Hidden Faces: Covered Portraits of the Renaissance is the first exhibition to examine an intriguing but largely unknown tradition of Renaissance painting: multisided portraits in which the sitter’s likeness was concealed by a hinged or sliding cover, within a box, or by a dual-faced format. The covers and reverses of these small, private portraits were adorned with puzzle-like emblems, epigrams, allegories, and mythologies that celebrated the sitter’s character, and they represent some of the most inventive and unique secular imagery of the Renaissance. The viewer decoded the meaning of the symbolic portrait before lifting, sliding, or turning the image over to unmask the face below. For details, visit

Annual Lyndhurst in Bloom Flower Show
Saturday, April 20 – Sunday, April 21
Lyndhurst in Bloom includes major floral art installations and an expanded slate of activities on Saturday, April 20th and Sunday, April 21st (with a members-only preview event on Friday, April 19th). Lyndhurst in Bloom offers a fresh twist on a traditional flower show, transforming the fabled Lyndhurst mansion and grounds into a contemporary celebration of all things floral. Visitors will experience a wonderland of color and texture as they walk through the mansion’s three floors without a guided tour- perfect for all ages. For full details, see

The Manor Club Theater presents 
April 11, 12, 13 at 7:30pm and April 14 at 2pm
General Admission: $30, TMC Members: $25
The Manor Club, 1023 Esplanade, Pelham Manor
By Ruth and Augustus Goetz, based on the Henry James novel, Washington Square. The  Heiress, set in 1850 New York City follows the story of Catherine, a plain but exceedingly wealthy young woman. When she falls in love with a charming but penniless suitor, her father is immediately suspicious the man is after her inheritance. What follows is a gothic romance filled with mystery and drama. With Nicole Arcieri, Ruth Chiamulera, Mauro Contrastano, Justin Frison, Loretta Illustrato, Leslie Messina, Alba Ovalles, Kat Robertson and Bryce Smith. To order tickets: Group Sales Information call 914-738-1528. 

Pelham Monthly Casino Trip
April 24, bus departs from Pelham Townhouse at 8:45am, 20 Fifth Avenue
Resorts World Catskills
$40 per person, Free play $25 and Lunch $15
Adults 21+. 
Contact Sandra at 914-738-3371.

Prom 914’s Formal Wear Giveaway
April 26 – April 28
The Westchester County Center
198 Central Avenue, White Plains
Sponsored by Westchester Gov. *Free Bee-Line Bus Fare with HS ID to and from the Westchester County Center*
Friday, April 26th, 1pm-5pm – Free dresses and tuxedos for all HS Seniors with valid HS ID or transcript. Reservations required. Scan or visit:
JUST SHOW UP! Saturday, April 27th, 10am-3pm – Free dresses and tuxedos for all HS Seniors with valid HS ID or transcript. Sunday, April 28th, 10am-2pm – Open to all students and the general public. *Dresses Only* $10 donation per dress. *Tuxedos/suits NOT available.

St. Paul’s Church National Historic Site
897 South Columbus Avenue, Mt. Vernon
914-667-4116 and visit
19th Annual Aronson Memorial Lecture
April 13 at 1pm
At 1 PM, distinguished author and Lincoln scholar Harold Holzer chronicles themes from his new book, Brought Forth on This Continent: Abraham Lincoln and American Immigration. At 4 PM, Dr. Ilyon Woo explores themes from her New York Times best-selling book, Master Slave, Husband Wife: An Epic Journey from Slavery to Freedom.

Bronx Opera Company
April 17 at 3pm
Featuring arias and duets from the classics, with accompanying music on the 1830 Erben pipe organ.

Captor in Question
May 11 at 1pm
A performance of “Captor in Question,” about a debate in Congress, in 1818, featuring John Paulding and Rep. Benjamin Tallmadge, over payment of a pension to one of the militia soldiers who captured Major John Andre’ in 1780, part of the infamous Benedict Arnold treason episode.


Pitch in for Parks
April 18-22
Started in the late 90’s, Pitch in for Parks is the largest multi-day volunteer event that helps get parks ready for peak season culminating on Earth Day April 22.  Park stewards will help with trash clean up, clearing trails and shorelines, restoring wildlife habitats, removing invasive vines from trees, painting, raking, and preparing and planting flower beds. To register as a group, school, or company team, visit

Free Screening of the Documentary ‘LIKE’ – Understanding and Creating Balance in Social Media
Present by The Youth Community Fund of Bronxville, Eastchester, and Tuckahoe
Wednesday, April 3 at 7pm
The Bronxville Picture House
84 Kraft Avenue, Bronxville
LIKE breaks down why we find social media so irresistible, examines who is controlling who, and gives you the tools to pivot to a more balanced and contented relationship. It features Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, including the co-creator of the ‘LIKE’ button, experts in brain science and regular teenagers. Reserve your free spot by visiting

Pelham Larks
April 7 from 2:30 to 3:30pm
Grinton I. Will Library
1500 Central Park Avenue, Yonkers
Sponsored by the Friends of the YPL. Free concert, open to all.

Book Reading: Good Morning Clouds
April 6 from 1 to 3pm
Pelham Art Center
155 Fifth Avenue
Book reading and a coloring sheet activity by Linda Calabro and Sarada Marie. Event is free and open to the public. Suitable for ages 4 and over with a parent, guardian or older sibling. Visit for more information.

Pelham Civic Association’s
Annual Benefit Golf Outing
on June 10, 2024 at the Pelham Country Club.
For more information:
Shaun Gurl……..
Chris Pezone…..