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Music: The Chappaqua Orchestra presents Nature and Beauty. Celebrate spring with the Chappaqua Orchestra per- forming beautiful music inspired by nature. At Horace Greeley High School. 3pm.

Theater: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents Broadway Training Center - Spring Recital. Dance, Acting, and Song for the whole family! 2pm. www.irving-


Film: Jacob Burns Film Center presents The 39 Steps. One of Hitchcock’s earliest thrillers. 7:30pm.

Safety Last, Jacob Burns Film Center, 5/20 FRIDAY 5/18

ArtsW Events: ArtsWestchester pres- ents ArtsBash. Food, Fun and Fabulous Art. 6-9pm.

Dance: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents American Dance Factory. A show that celebrates American music and dance at its finest. 5/18-5/19, 7:30pm.

Fundraisers: Hudson Chorale presents Giant Benefit Tag Sale! Tag Sale to benefit the Hudson Chorale. At private residence. 5/18-5/19, 9am-4pm. www.

Spoken Word: Hudson Valley Writers’ Center presents Open Mike Night. Come and share what you’ve been working on! 8pm (sign up begins at 7:30pm). www.


Dance: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents Pump up the Volume! Annual spring showcase and recital. 12pm and 2:30pm.

Family & Kids: ArtsWestchester pres- ents Family ArtsBash. Tour open artist studios, see our latest exhibition, partici- pate in arts workshops and more, all FREE! 12-5pm.

Folk Arts: Paramount Center for the Arts presents Daisy Jopling: World on a String. Classical/rock violinist Daisy Jopling returns to the Paramount with her band and an electrifying new program. 8pm.

Music: Dobbs Ferry Public Library presents Jazz @ the Library with Joan Crowe. She will perform in the second in a series of concerts to showcase jazz and the American Songbook. 2:30-4:30pm.

Music: Emelin Theatre presents Atlanta Rhythm Section. Atlanta Rhythm Section (ARS), along with Lynyrd Skynyrd, became known as the successors to the Allman Brothers. 8pm.

Music: Westchester Philharmonic presents The Philharmonic with Branford Marsalis & George Manahan. George Manahan, conductor Branford Marsalis, saxophone At The Concert Hall at Performing Arts Center, Purchase College. 5/19-5/20, Sat, 8pm; Sun, 3pm.


Dance: Copland House presents Portals with Tim Fain. A Multi-Media Exploration of Longing in the Digital Age. 3pm. www.

Film: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents A Separation. Set in contem- porary Iran, A Separation is a compelling drama about the dissolution of a marriage. 7:30pm.

Film: Jacob Burns Film Center presents Safety Last. Screening with live piano accompaniment by Ben Model. 12pm.

Music: New Rochelle Public Library presents Cantemus performs “Adventuring: A Travel Diary in Song” Cantemus returns for another delightful program of classics, pop tunes, opera and Broadway melodies. 3pm.

Burgers, BBQ and Beer Bash ARTSBash Grand Tastings & Cooking DemosWine & Spirits Seminars Chefs & Food Critics Face-off  Winemakers Dinner Top Chef Cook-off  Sparkling Sunday Brunch



Music: Downtown Music at Grace presents Flute Recital. Flutist Stefanie Starin makes her Downtown Music debut. 12pm.


Comedy: Lisa Reiss presentsWhose Live Anyway? Starring TV’s Ryan Stiles At Paramount Center for the Arts. 8pm.

Festivals: Jacob Burns Film Center presents An Evening with John Pizzarelli. Singer/guitarist John Pizzarelli returns to celebrate the release of his latest album. 7:30pm.

Film: New Rochelle Public Library presents Film: To Hell and Back. The 1955 film stars Audie Murphy, Marshall Thompson, and Charles Drake. 7pm. www.

Theater: The Schoolhouse Theater presents Twelfth Night. Their first ever Shakespearean production, directed by Ms. Penny Cherns. 5/24-6/10, Thurs-Sat, 8pm; Sun, 3pm.


Music: Tarrytown Music Hall presents Beatlemania Now! Recapture the excite- ment, the mood and the frantic intensity as Beatlemania Now performs live-on- stage. 8pm.


Music: Downtown Music at Grace presentsMusic for Violin, Cello, and Piano. Nancy Donaruma, cello; Peter Muir, piano; and Marka Young, violin. 12pm.


Music: Paramount Center for the Arts presents Boyz II Men. They are the most commercially successful R&B group of all time. 8pm.

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