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DECEMBER 2013 - JANUARY 2014


Westchester County Business Journal • ARTSWNEWS


A9


Holiday Boutiques


4th Annual Holiday Boutique ArtsWestchester


Dec 7-8, 14-15: Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 11am-5pm


ArtsWestchester will ring in the holidays with a boutique that helps shoppers find one-of- a-kind gifts while supporting local artists and crafters. More than 25 vendors will offer unique items, including knitwear, jewelry, decorative household items, paintings and arti- sanal lotions and soaps at every price level.


For more info, visit: www.artsw.org/holiday.


Holiday Art Show & Boutique Blue Door Gallery Through Dec 28: Thur 12-8pm, Fri & Sat 12-5pm


Visitors to Blue Door Gallery can shop for creative, one-of-a-kind gift items. These artful gifts include Japanese papercraft, jewelry, pottery, and more. For more info,


visit: www.bluedoorartcenter.org.


Craft-tastic: An Exhibition and Sale of the Handmade Pelham Art Center Through Jan 4: Tues-Fri, 10am-5pm & Sat,


10am-4pm


This Craft-tastic event focuses on the display and sale of handmade gift items. More than 20 artists present functional, wearable and decorative crafts in a variety of prices. For


more info, visit: www.pelhamartcenter.org.


CLAY-HOLIDAY: Annual Studio Tour & Sale Clay Art Center December 5-21: Mon- Sat 10-7; Sun 12-4


Clay Art Center’s annual holiday sale features functional pottery and clay art for holiday gift-giving. During the sale, visitors are wel- come to tour artists’ studios and watch them at work. A holiday celebration will take place on December 5, 6–9pm. For more info, visit:


www.clayartcenter.org. A Gift of Art


Mamaroneck Artists' Guild Through December 24; daily 12-5pm


This annual holiday boutique will present affordable one-of-a-kind fine art in a variety of media, including handmade ceramics and wearable art. A holiday reception will take place on December 7 from 5-7pm. For more info, visit: www.mamaroneckartistsguild.org.


More HUM. Less Bug. A Parody Christmas Carol, Westchester Chordsmen, 12/7


Holiday Spectacular Spectacular Irvington Town Hall Theater December 13-15, 5pm & 7:30pm


A Sleepy Hollow Performing Arts Center (SHPA) production gives a fresh take on the holiday season with a high-energy, two-act “spectacu- lar.” SHPA presents original works – Nightmare Before X Mas, with dance, vocals, comedy and acting; and Nutcracker Now, a hip-hop interpre- tation of The Nutcracker. For more info, visit: www.irvingtontheater.com.


Mr. Dickens Tells A Christmas Carol at Lyndhurst YCP TheaterWorks & M&M Productions December 13-22: Fri & Sat, 7pm; Sun, 4pm December 26-29: Thurs-Sun, 4pm


Experience A Christmas Carol as though it were read by Charles Dickens himself. Michael Muldoon portrays the author in a storytelling event similar to ones Dickens performed during his career in the late 1800s. Muldoon, as Dickens, will give a different voice and style to each beloved character throughout the reading. For more info, visit: www.lyndhurst.org


Christmas Fiesta! Bronxville Women’s Club December 14, 8pm


Bronxville Women’s Club’s theater-in-residence, PiPE DREAM Theater, will host a celebration of Christmas, Chanukah and Kwanzaa with holiday songs of new and old. Guests can sip some hot chocolate or apple cider while singing songs of good cheer. For more info, visit: www.bronx- villewomensclub.org.


Family Holiday Concert: Songs of the Season New Rochelle Public Library December 15, 2pm


Audience participation is key in the multi-cultural festivities at New Rochelle Public Library this hol- iday season. A musical duet will lead an all-inclu- sive, interfaith celebration with various languages and instruments. The duo will sing popular songs for Christmas, Chanukah and Kwanzaa. For more info, visit: www.nrpl.org.


For more upcoming holiday events, see page A11 and visit our calendar online at: www.artswestchester.org


Holiday Tea Musicale, Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, 12/5-8, 11-13, 18-19 (photo courtesy of Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts)


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