Friday, March 26, 2010

Weekend Picks

Activities and things to do this weekend in Northern Westchester

Eddie Palmieri's Latin Jazz Ensemble Known for his charismatic power,  Eddie Palmieri has won nine Grammy Awards. Friday, 8:00 pm. Tarrytown Music Hall

Candle Making Adults can join Mia Camacho from the Clean Ridge Soap Company as she teaches the technique for making several varieties of scented soy wax candles. Saturday, 10:00 am. Muscoot Farm

Vernal Pools at Mt. Lakes Park Visit the hidden treasures deep in the forest and learn about the vital importance of these seasonal wetlands as spawning areas for salamanders and other amphibians. Saturday, 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Bedford Audubon Society

Naturalist's Hike The park naturalist will select a trail and topic to find some of the exciting ecological events which are occurring. Saturday, 1:00 pm. Ward Pound Ridge Reservation

Animated Shorts Kick off the museum's "Draw On!" week with animated shorts featuring favorites like Danny and his Dinosaur, Max and the Wild Things, and Vashti and her Dots! Then create your own characters. Saturday, 2:00 to 4:00 pm. Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

Wake Up Call! The ice is melting and frogs and salamanders are returning to their home pools to breed. Hike along as we do some early spring monitoring. Saturday, 1:00 pm. Teatown Lake Reservation

Billie Holiday by Candlelight Jazz vocalist Tamm E. Hunt produced and starred in the critically acclaimed Off-Broadway show "BILLIE HOLIDAY The Legend." Saturday, 7:30 pm. Bean Runner Cafe

Crazy Heart Haven't see Jeff Bridges' award-winning performance yet? Saturday, 8:00 pm. Paramount Center for the Arts

Vernal Pools Join the farm naturalist for a hike to the vernal pools to see the wood frogs and fairy shrimp. Sunday, 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Muscoot Farm

Laurel & Hardy with Live Jazz Live music by Steven Bernstein's Millennial Territory Orchestra adds new zing to three Laurel and Hardy films, “Double Whoopee,” “Wrong Again,” and “Sugar Daddies.” Sunday, 3:00 pm. Paramount Center for the Arts

The Intimate Inanimate The museum's curator is joined by exhibition artists Dan Hurlin, Roman Paska, and Hanne Tierney in a discussion about puppetry’s unique ability to give form to the internal world of emotions and ideas. Sunday, 5:30 pm. Katonah Museum of Art

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