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12/1 SUNDAY Music: Copland House presents Forever Young: John Corigliano at 75. Honoring the famed Oscar-, Pulitzer-, and Grammy-winning composer. At Copland House at Merestead. 12/1/2013, 3pm.

Music: Harrison Public Library presents Holiday Concert with the Songcatchers. Carols, songs of peace, and songs of the interfaith holiday sea- son. 12/1/2013, 2pm.


Family & Kids: Rye Arts Center pres- ents Half Day for Half Pints. Pre-K chil- dren explore the arts and develop skills. Through 5/21/2014, Mon & Fri: 9:15am- 12pm Tue & Wed: 11:45am-2:30pm.

Lectures: Color Camera Club of Westchester presents Studio and Outdoor Flash Portraiture. Talk by Robert Salzbank. 7:30-9:30pm.


Family & Kids: Ruth Keeler Memorial Library presents Sensory Storytimes. For children of any age who have trouble sitting still. Through 4/8/2014, 4pm every second Tues.

Lectures: Chappaqua Library pres- ents Author Talk: Primary Lessons. Sarah Bracey White discusses her coming of age memoir. 12/3, 7pm.


Lectures: North Castle Public Library presents Art History with LIU Professor Valerie Franco: Fauvism. 7pm.

Music: Downtown Music at Grace presents Noonday Getaway Concert. Pianists Svetlana Gorokhovich and Irene Portenko. 12:10-1pm.

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Lectures: New Rochelle Public Library presents Alluring Androids and Robots in Film, Photography and Art: A lecture by Julie Wosk. Illustrated presentation showcasing images of female robots. 7pm.

Music: Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts presents Holiday Tea Musicale. Enjoy a tour of the Rosen House, a concert and afternoon tea. 12/5- 19, Wed-Sun: 1pm.


Film: Chappaqua Library presents Lecture & Film: Hart Island Project and Exhibition. Discussion by Melinda Hunt, founder of the Hart Island Project to make the largest cemetary in the U.S. acces- sible. 7:30pm.

Film: North Castle Public Library presents Friday Night Cinema with LIU Professor Valerie Franco: Ridicule. A young nobleman finds his best defense is his sharp wit. French with English subtitles. 7pm.

Fundraisers: New Rochelle Public Library presents Friends Holiday Book Sale. Annual sale of used books. 12/6-7, 9am-3pm.

Music: New Choral Society presents Handel's Messiah, Part I. Filled with uplifting choruses and solos, brings the holiday spirit to all. 12/6, 8pm & 12/8, 3pm.

Music: Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts presents Holiday Tea Musicale. Enjoy a tour of the Rosen House, a concert and afternoon tea. 1pm.


Family & Kids: Bronxville Women’s Club presents Holiday In. A holiday- inspired variety show for the family. 7pm.

The Fine Arts Quartet,Westchester Chamber Music Society, 12/8 (photo courtesy of Fine Arts Quartet)

Music: Tarrytown Music Hall pres- ents Holiday Doo-Wop. Starring Bobby Rydell, Charlie Thomas’ Drifters, Freda Payne and more. 8pm.

Music: Smart Arts presents The State Capella of Russia. Masterpieces by Rachmaninoff, Bortnyansky, Grechaninoff, and carols. 8pm.

Music: The Performing Arts Center presents Vienna Boys’ Choir. Choir of young men, ages 10-14. 8pm.

Music: Westchester Oratorio Society presents Handel’s Messiah. Conducted by Benjamin Niemczyk. At Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, Mount Kisco. 7pm.

Music: Sound Shore Chorale pres- ents The Sound Shore Chorale Fall Concert. At Christopher Murphy Auditorium, New Rochelle. 7:30 p.m.

Theater: Westchester Chordsmen presents More Hum, Less bug: A Christmas Carol Parody. A new ver- sion of Dickens’ classic by Tony nominee Peter Kello. At White Plains Middle School (Highlands Campus). 2pm & 7:30pm.

Theater: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents Disney’s Winnie the Pooh. Stage adaptation of the childrens’ favor- ite. 12/7-8, 12:30pm each day.


Family & Kids: Katonah Museum of Art presents Family Portrait Day. Personal portrait sessions. 12-5pm.

Festivals: Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art presents Free Arts Day. Docent tour of Art at the Core, family workshop, and performance. 1-6pm.

Film: Harrison Public Library pres- ents Film Movement Series: The Deflowering of Eva van End. A family gets turned on its head when an exchange student moves in. Dutch with English subtitles. 2pm.

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