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Workshops: Center for the Arts, WCC presents Turning Ideas into Published Books. Bring your manuscript and your passion and let’s work together to “get it done.” 10/23-11/27, 6:30-8:30pm. www.


Lectures: Sarah Lawrence College presents Kenneth Shepsle Lecture. Ken Shepsle is the George D. Markham Professor of Government and a founding member of The Institute for Quantitative Social Science at Harvard University. 3:30pm.

Aimee Mann, Tarrytown Music Hall, 11/1 NOVEMBER

THURSDAY 11/1 Dance: Rye Arts Center presents Dance for Parkinson’s Disease. These specialized classes will stimulate mind, body and emotion in an enjoyable and safe environment. 9/12-12/14, 1-2:15pm. www.

Family & Kids/Free: Horace Greeley House - New Castle Historical Society presents Horace Greeley History Hunt: Trails and Tribulations. This is a game of geocaching and will include puzzle solving, treasure hunting, exploring, and hiking with a dose of local history thrown in throughout New Castle. 9/15-12/15, day time.

Fundraisers: Hudson Valley Writers’ Center presents HVWC Gala 2012: “A Wild Party,” Honoring Anita Shreve. Celebrate the Writers’ Center, the season, and our honored guest, Anita Shreve. 6:30pm.

Lectures: Katonah Museum of Art presents CrossTalk. Each event features two experts talking on unrelated topics, leading to unexpected insights and con- nections. 9/27-12/13, Thurs: 6:30-8pm.

Music: Tarrytown Music Hall presents Aimee Mann. Aimee Mann has always been at the forefront of contemporary song- writers. 8pm.

Theater: Jacob Burns Film Center presents Timon of Athens. The best of British theatre broadcast live to cinema screens around the world! 2pm.

Theater: Axial Theatre presents Awake and Sing! This quintessentially American play presents an accurate, sometimes harrowing portrait of Depression-era life. 10/18-11/4, Thurs-Sat: 8pm, Sun: 4pm.

Workshops: Center for the Arts, WCC presents Portfolio Workshop for Teens. This non-credit class focuses on helping teens develop their portfolios for college admission. 10/3-12/12, 4:30-7:30pm. www.

Workshops: Center for the Arts, WCC presents Photography Workshop for Teens. This is an introductory course to digital photography. 10/4-12/13, 4:30- 6:30pm.

Workshops: Center for the Arts, WCC presents Street Photography. Venture into the streets of New York City to cap- ture the vitality of the city through photog- raphy. 10/13-11/24, 3-5pm. www.sunywcc. edu/arts

Workshops: Center for the Digital Arts at Westchester Community College presents Meditative Painting. Painting is one activity that can be extremely medita- tive. 10/13-11/17, 9-11am. www.sunywcc. edu/peekskill

Workshops: Center for the Digital Arts at Westchester Community College presents Digital Scrapbooking. Learn computer skills for scrapbooking. 10/13- 11/17, 10am-12pm. peekskill

Music: Chappaqua Library presents First Fridays: Music to Start Your Weekend. This new series will feature diverse musical groups in a coffee house-style atmosphere. 7:30pm.

Theater: Friends of the North Castle Public Library / Armonk Outdoor Art Show presents Armonk Players: I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change. A laugh-inducing, award-winning musical comedy about love in the suburbs. 11/2- 11/10, 8pm; except Nov 4, 4pm. www.

Theater: Hudson Stage Company pres- ents Stones in his Pockets. A play about two local extras in a movie being filmed in Ireland and a cavalcade of the delightful and touching characters involved in it. At Woodward Hall Theatre. 11/2-11/17, Nov 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17: 8pm, Nov 4, 11, 17: 3pm.

Theater: The Harrison Players presents The Harrison Players Present “Plaza Suite.” The Harrison Players present Neil Simon’s Comedy Hit, “Plaza Suite,” directed by Anthony Valbiro. At Veteran’s Memorial Building. 11/2-11/4, TBD. www.


Family & Kids: Hudson River Museum presents Victorian Mourning. Find out what Victorian families thought of ghosts and funerals as well as taking part in Victorian Art projects. 12-5pm.

Festivals: Horace Greeley House - New Castle Historical Society presents 45th Annual Chappaqua Antiques Show. The Antique Show will feature extraordinary merchandise from more than 50 quality dealers. 11/3-11/4, 10am- 5pm. antique-show

Film: Chappaqua Library presents Creativity and Its Consequences: Films on Artists & Art. A film portrait of one of the world’s leading contemporary painters. 7pm.

Fundraisers: Pelham Art Center presents 15th Annual Studio Cafe Fundraiser. Join us for a fun and casual night of live music, and silent and live auc- tions. 7:30pm.

Music: Friends of Music Concerts, Inc. presents Modigliani Quartet concert. This wonderful quartet will play works by Franz Joseph Haydn, Robert Schumann, and Maurice Ravel. At Kusel Auditorium. 8pm.

Music: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents 9 to 5: The Musical. Full of laughter and side-splitting Southern sass this Westchester premiere is just plain fun. 11/3-11/11, 2pm, 7:30pm. www.irving-

Music: Tarrytown Music Hall presents Ralphie May. The breakout star of TV’s “Last Comic Standing” sold out his last appearance here. 8pm. www.tarrytown-

Spoken Word: Friends of the Warner Library presents Writers of Westchester Review at Warner Library. The poets and writers of the Westchester Review will read from their work. 2pm.

Workshops: Center for the Arts, WCC presents Starting Your Own Jewelry Business. In this fast-paced, hands-on workshop you will learn how to success- fully develop and launch your line. 11/3, 10am-4pm.

Workshops: Center for the Digital Arts at Westchester Community College presents Quick Start to InDesign CS5 in 24 Hours. Learn to use the latest ver- sion of InDesign and take advantage of the integrative power of CS. 11/3-12/1, 9am-3- pm.

Day of the Dead Celebration, Hudson River Museum, 11/4

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