Week of Events
Teatown Natural Science Summer Day Camp Registration Dates
Teatown Natural Science Summer Day Camp returns June 27 – August 19, 2022. Ages 4 – 14. Learn to explore the natural world in 1,000-acre preserve. 4 two-week sessions, age-specific activities. 2022 Registration Dates: Jan. 5 – Returning campers and
Work of Artist Marc Shanker: “Imagining the Artist Book: An Exhibition of Artist Books.”
See Shanker's work in newly renovated Gallery at White Plains Public Library. A beautiful & unusual exhibit includes over 30 prints & 11 Artist Books. Shanker interview: https://youtu.be/AcAO3aOSTpM Additional work www.Marcshanker.com.
The COVID pandemic continues to have a negative impact on blood donations as traditional sponsors of blood drives (schools, businesses, etc) may face closings. Now, seasonal colds and flu are just another reason people can't donate. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT (800) 933-2566 Donors
Ossining Volunteer Ambulance Corps./Phelps Hosp./Northern Westchester Hosp. offering Pfizer COVID vaccine (ages 5+), Moderna & Janssen vaccines (ages 18+). Booster shots available. Vax card, photo ID required. Under age 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Second doses will be
Pfizer COVID vaccine (ages 5+) Moderna & Janssen vaccines (ages 18+) at Bedford Central School District’s Fox Lane High Library (North Entrance). Booster shots are also available. Vaccination cao schedule a vaccination rd, photo ID required. Under 18 must be
Support Connection: It’s Okay to Grieve, Let’s Talk: An Open Discussion for Men Living With Loss. via ZOOM. A facilitator who has also lost his spouse to breast cancer will lead the discussion. Open to men nationwide who have lost
Celebrating the Vocal Arts, Jardena Gertler-Jaffe, soprano & Bethany Pietroniro, piano, explore spiritual, sacred, secular in music by Jewish composers & poets. Free; donations gratefully accepted. 914) 949-0384 www.dtmusic.org
Open to new members & past participants. Advance registration is required: call all 914-962-6402 or 800-532-4290. firstname.lastname@example.org
Pleasantville Garden Club presents Jacqui Bergonzi on filling gardens with plants to feed native pollinators. Jacqui is an engaging, informative speaker and we are fortunate she is available for us. Program follows General Meeting. A Zoom link will be sent
Both whole blood & red cells units will be collected from qualifying candidates. Blood donors from all towns are welcome to come to lend their help. Covid protocols will continue to be followed. Donors will be required to wear a
Historian & speechwriter Jeff Shesol on his riveting book Mercury Rising: John Glenn, John Kennedy, and the New Battleground of the Cold War. via Zoom. Free, registration required at www.johnjayhomestead.org. Registered will receive link to lecture via e-mail.
Online Art Talk with Larry D’Amico Outsider Art. In more than 100 of Yoakum’s works, drawn from memories both real and imagined, his landscapes reveal a world no one has seen before or since. Please register at: us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_10JvINwAQ0Gnt1_kC06jkQ
Cornell Cooperative Extension Webinar includes hands-on demonstration. Register: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/Winter_Seed_Sowing_2022_237 or putnam.cce.cornell.edu/events. Fee is on a sliding scale. Information: Stefanie Hubert, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Putnam Executive Director at 845-278-6738 ext. 223, or email email@example.com.
February 5 - March 6, 2022. Due to Covid concerns, there will be no opening reception Join us for Closing Reception: Saturday, March 5, 5–7 pm (Covid-19 restrictions permitting) Reservations are required for weekend visits. Reserve your visit HERE. Weekday visits do