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Workshops: Center for the Digital Arts at Westchester Community College presents Open Studio Access Package at Peekskill. This package is for the professional or aspiring artist. 9/7-12/14, Mon-Thurs: 9am-9pm, Fri-Sat: 9am-4pm.


Tours: Horace Greeley House - New Castle Historical Society presents Tour of the Historic Horace Greeley House. The Horace Greeley House has been a well-loved landmark for nearly 150 years. 6/19-12/31, Tues-Thurs, Sat: 1-4pm.

The Tokyo String Quartet, Westchester Chamber Music Society, 11/4

Workshops: Center for the Digital Arts at Westchester Community College presents Quick Start to Final Cut Pro X in 24 Hours. Learn to use the latest ver- sion of Final Cut Pro. 11/3-12/1, 9am-3pm.

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


Comedy: Tarrytown Music Hall pres- ents Jay Mohr. Comedian, actor, radio host and best selling author. 7pm. www.

Family & Kids: Hudson River Museum presents November Story Circle. Hear the stories you love, with folk and fairy tales, history heroes, and family happen- ings read by volunteers. 11/4-11/25, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm.

Family & Kids: Hudson River Museum presents Day of the Dead Celebration. This Mexican holiday honors deceased loved ones. 12-5pm.

Fundraisers: Lagond Music School presents Lagond Ensembles Perform for Make-A-Wish Walk-A-Thon. This 5K walk/run is for all ages and entertainment will be provided by Lagond Music School. At Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park. 8:30am-1pm. www.walkrunforwishes.

Lectures: Katonah Museum of Art presents Himmel Award & Lecture: Maya Lin. The internationally recognized artist whose remarkable career bridges the fields of art, architecture and the monu-

ment. At Chappaqua Crossing auditorium. 5pm.

Music: Hoff Barthelson School of Music presents HB Artist Series-The faculty in performance. Chi-Chi Lin Bestmann, viola, is this evening's featured artist. At Greenville Community Church. 5pm.

Music: Westchester Chamber Music Society, Inc. presents The Tokyo String Quartet. The Quartet has captivated audi- ences and critics alike since it was founded 42 years ago. At Westchester Chamber Music Society. 4pm. RSVP: mommadoc-

Workshops: Rye Arts Center presents Pastel Painting Workshop. Whether painting a seascape, waterfall or fishpond, it is enthralling to capture the movement of water over rocky places. 9:30-4:30pm.


Film: Sarah Lawrence College presents Lives Worth Living. The film is a docu- mentary on the disability rights movement. 7pm.

Lectures: Color Camera Club of Westchester presents An Early History of Photography: “Ain’t no tin in tin- types.” Elinor Stecker Orel will present a special program on the fascinating early history of photography. At Color Camera Club of Westchester. 7:30-9:30pm.

Workshops: Color Camera Club of Westchester presents Learn to Improve Your Photography Skills. Learning about your camera 9/12-5/28/2013, 7:30-9:30pm. Most Monday evenings, excluding holidays.

“Theatres contribute some $1.9 billion to the national economy. So too, the arts are an economic driver in Westchester.”

Robert R. Wiener Chairman, MAXX Properties WEDNESDAY 11/7

Film: Irvington Town Hall Theater pres- ents Side By Side. Join Keanu Reeves on a tour of the past and the future of film-making in Side by Side. 8pm. www.


Lectures: Sarah Lawrence College presents Sasha Issenberg Lecture. Author of The Victory Lab: The Secret Science of Winning Campaigns, Sasha Issenberg is the Washington correspon- dent for Monocle. 5:30pm. www.sarahl-

Music: Iona College Council on the Arts presents Kristallnacht Commemoration with Music Amici. On the 74th anniversary of Kristallnacht music composed by Holocaust survivors. 7:30pm.

Spoken Word: Friends of the Warner Library presents Author Visit / Richard A. Courage. "The Muse in Bronzeville" by Richard A. Courage explores Black artists’ creative awakenings on Chicago’s South side, from the 1930s to the cold war. 7pm.


Music: Tarrytown Music Hall presents Fountains Of Wayne. One of America’s strongest pop acts. 8pm. www.tarrytown-

Spoken Word: Hudson Valley Writers’ Center presents 7th Annual Poets & Writers on War & Peace featuring Jack Mayer, Community Readers & Special Guests. Our annual discussion of the impact today, tomorrow, and in the future of both war and peace. 4:30pm. www.


The arts matter because they benefit everyone.


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