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Music: The Performing Arts Center presents Christopher O’Riley & Matt Haimovitz. Piano and cello collaboration. 3pm.

Music: New Westchester Symphony Orchestra presents Messiah Sing-Along with Full Orchestra. Sing along to the holiday favorite. At Briarcliff Congregational Church. 3-5pm.

Mime Bill Bowers, It Goes Without Saying, The Schoolhouse Theater, 12/8

Folk Arts: Pelham Art Center presents Celebrate Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights. Indian classic dance perfor- mance. 1:30-3:30pm. www.pelhamart-

Free: Hudson River Museum pres- ents Free Arts Day: Holiday Music, Holiday Craft. Free admission to the museum with carolers and crafts. 1-4pm.

Music: Golden Apple Chorus presents Holiday Harmony. Holiday songs a cappella style. At Mt Pleasant Community Center, Valhalla. 3pm

Music: Eastchester Arts Council presents Musical Highlights from Various Parts of the Globe. Music by Bizet, Puccini, Strauss, and others including Spirituals and Brazilian songs. At Grace Church, White Plains. 4pm.

Music: PJS Jazz Society presents Patience Higgins. Uptempo jazz by Higgins and The Sugar Hill Band. 5:15- 9pm.

Music: Westchester Choral Society pres- ents Holiday Concert. Holst’s “Christmas Day,” Vaughn Williams’ “Hodie” and more. At Rye Presbyterian Church. 12/8/2013, 3pm. www.westchesterchoral-

Music: Westchester Chamber Music Society, Inc. presents The Fine Arts Quartet. Haydn, Op. 71-2, Saint Saens No. 2 and Schumann Op. 41, 1-4pm.

Music: Westchester Musicians Guild presents Young Artists Concert. An array of classical works. 2pm.

Spoken Word: Hudson Valley Writers’ Center presents Free Arts Day: Featuring Sarah Bracy White and Ann Cefola. Reading by poets Sarah Bracy White and Ann Cefola. 4:30pm.

Spoken Word: Ruth Keeler Memorial Library presents Alan Sklar Reads Holiday Stories. Reading of Dylan Thomas’ ‘A Child’s Christmas in Wales’ and O. Henry’s ‘Gift of the Magi.’ 3pm.

Theater: The Schoolhouse Theater presents It Goes Without Saying. Mime Bill Bowers shares stories from his career in this one-man show. 3pm.

Lectures: Chappaqua Library presents Discussion: Latin America. Lecturer Michael Shifter is President of the Inter-American Dialogue and an Adjunct Professor of Latin American Studies at Georgetown University. 10am.

Lectures: Sarah Lawrence College presents Reading by Camilla Townsend. The author will discuss her 2006 book about the indigenous woman who translated for Hernando Cortez. 6pm.

Music: Sarah Lawrence College presents Sarah Lawrence Jazz Ensemble. Instrumental program directed by Glenn Alexander. 7:30pm.


Lectures: Center for the Digital Arts at Westchester Community College presents Successful Artist Websites. Learn how to connect to your audience via the Web. 7pm. peekskill

Music: Sarah Lawrence College presents Reisinger Concert Hall. Sarah Lawrence Orchestra, conducted by John Yannelli. 1:30pm.


Free: North Castle Public Library presents Art History with LIU Professor Valerie Franco: Andre Derain & Kees van Dongen. Derain embraced classicism and Kees van Dongen was known for his erotic por- traits. 7pm.

Lectures: Katonah Museum of Art pres- ents The Artist and the Brain. A discus- sion of the synthesis between viewing art and the artist’s creative impulse. 7:30pm.

Music: Tarrytown Music Hall pres- ents Jim Brickman - The Magic of Christmas. Brickman is the best-selling solo pianist of our time. 8pm.

Music: Sarah Lawrence College presents African Classics. Directed by Jonathan King. 7pm.

Music: Downtown Music at Grace presents Noonday Getaway Concert. The REBEL Ensemble for Baroque Music perform Edelmann, Bach and Mozart. 12:10-1pm.

Music: Hudson River Museum pres- ents Arts in the Afternoon: Holiday Music. Giacomo Gates and duo perform holiday songs. 1:30pm.

Spoken Word: Harrison Public Library presents Millennium Book Club. Discussion of “The Shoemaker’s Wife” by Adriana Trigiani. 7pm.


Theater: Sarah Lawrence College presents Dubliners by James Joyce. Play adaptation by Sarah Lawrence theater students. 12/12-14, 7pm.

12/13 FRIDAY

Dance: Sarah Lawrence College presents Winter Concert Program A and B. Dance performance. 12/13-15, Times vary.

Dance: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents Holiday Spectacular Spectacular. Sleepy Hollow’s Nightmare Before XMas and a con- temporary Hip Hop Nutcracker. 12/13-15, Fri-Sat: 7:30pm, Sun: 5pm.

Free: North Castle Public Library presents Friday Night Cinema with LIU Professor Valerie Franco: The Kid with the Bike. 2011 Cannes Film Festival winner. French with English subtitles. 7pm.

Theater: YCP TheaterWorks & M&M Productions presents Mr. Dickens Tells A Christmas Carol. “Mr. Dickens” delivers the famous author’s historic American readings. At Lyndhurst Mansion, Tarrytown. 12/13- 29, Fri-Sat: 7pm, Sun: 4pm, Dec 26-29: 4pm.

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