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APRIL 2012 calendar 19/ THURSDAY

Film: New Rochelle Public Library presents Classic Film: The Stranger. This classic noir thriller is considered the first Hollywood film to deal directly with the Holocaust. 7pm.

Lectures: Neuberger Museum of Art presents Noon at the Neu. Explore the exhibition Visionary Sugar: Works by Kiki Smith. 12pm.


Dance: Sarah Lawrence College pres- ents MFA Theses Concerts Program A. Presentation of Master candidates' final projects. At Bessie Schönnberg Dance Studio in the Charles DiCarlo Performing Arts Center. 4/20, 7:30pm, 4/21, 7:30pm 4/22, 2pm.

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Festivals: Sarah Lawrence College presents - Sarah Lawrence College Poetry Festival. The Sarah Lawrence College Poetry Festival offers readings by poets from around the world. 4/20-4/22, All Day.

Film: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents Return. Meredith Vieira, Return Executive Producer and Liza Johnson, Writer and Director will be appearing at this screening. 8pm.

Lectures: Sarah Lawrence College presents The Turn to the Native: A Symposium on Native American Studies in Honor of Professor Arnold Krupat. A symposium presenting current research in the field of Native American Studies. At Esther Rauschenbush Library. First Session: 10am Second Session: 2pm, reception fol- lows.

Lectures: Sarah Lawrence College presents Development Studies Conference. The first-ever East Coast Undergraduate Development Studies Conference. At Reisinger Lecture Hall. 10am-6pm.

Music: Emelin Theatre presents BMA Entertainers of the Year in 2006 and 2007. 8pm.

Music: Sarah Lawrence College pres- ents Wells Albritton & David Hauss, Jazz Duo. Senior recital by jazz duo Wells Albritton, piano and David Hauss, bass. 8pm.

Tours: Neuberger Museum of Art pres- ents American Vanguards Lunch and Tour. Exclusive access to the exhibition AMERICAN VANGUARDS with one of its curators, William C. Agee. 12pm.


Dance: The Performing Arts Center presents Barcelona Ballet. Barcelona Ballet embraces classical, neoclassical and contemporary cho- reography. 8pm.

Family & Kids: Emelin Theatre presents Hudson Vagabond Puppets: Three Billy Goats Gruff & Caps for Sale. The pup- peteers magically become mere shadows of the enormous figures they bring to life. 11am and 1:30pm.

Barcelona Ballet, The Performing Art Center, 4/21

Film: Jacob Burns Film Center presents The Sound of Music. The hills are alive... with the joy and charm of this beloved musical. 4/21-4/29, 12pm. www.burnsfilm-

Cherry Blossom Festival, Pelham Art Center, 4-21

Folk Arts: Pelham Art Center presents Cherry Blossom Festival. Explore the folk arts and traditions of Japanese culture! 1:30- 3:30pm.

Fundraisers: Hudson Chorale presents Trash? Or Treasure! Antiques Appraisal Fair. Trash? Or Treasure! Let the pros tell you what it’s worth. At Scarborough Presbyterian Church Parish Hall. 9:30am- 4:30pm; must be registered by 3:30pm.

Spoken Word: Hudson Valley Writers’ Center presents Open Mike Night. Everyone is welcome at this wonderful monthly event! 8pm.


Family & Kids: Katonah Museum of Art presents Chinese Culture Family Day. A day of fun activities introduces families to parts of traditional Chinese cul- ture. 12-4pm.

Music: Emelin Theatre presents Dan Hicks & the Hot Licks. One of the defin- ing figures in American roots music. 8pm.

Music: PJS Jazz Society presents Tribute to a Legend: Barry Harris. Barry Harris is an internationally renowned exponent of the classic Jazz style. At First Presbyterian Church. 6-9pm.

Music: Sarah Lawrence College pres- ents Sarah Lawrence String Orchestra. At Reisinger Concert Hall. 4pm. www.

Music: Tarrytown Music

Hall presents The Earth Day Benefit Concert: Celebrating Woodie Guthrie's 100th Birthday. Music festival will honor American icon Woody Guthrie to benefit the Clearwater Foundation. 7pm


Lectures: Color Camera Club of Westchester presents Photographic Presentation: Photographer Rob Dublin. Rob will present a program sur- rounding his idiosyncropathic approach to using Lightroom and Photoshop. 7:30- 9:30pm.

Music: Hudson Valley Music Club pres- ents Hudson Valley Music Club Student Awards Concert. A concert by the four finalists of the annual Student Awards Competition. 1pm.

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