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Your Best Bets: What to Do This Weekend

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This Week’s Best Bets

1. Yorktown Feast of San Gennaro (Fri 9/16)

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The iconic Italian heritage festival kicks off the weekend with its third day of fun, games, food, beer and wine, and entertainment, running from 5:00 to 10:00 pm. Held at Commerce Street and Railroad Park.
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2. SeptemberFest Kicks Off in Mount Kisco (Fri 9/16)

Mount Kisco’s premier event of the year, this fun-filled, three-day spectacular features carnival rides, live music, a street fair, and great food and beer. Bring your family, meet friends, and shop the village’s great businesses and fine restaurants. Runs from 5:00 to 11:00 pm.
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3. Chelsea Clinton Reads “Welcome to the Big Kids Club” (Sat 9/17)

Mom of three and the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Welcome to the Big Kids Club, Chelsea Clinton visits the Barnes & Nobel in Eastchester, where reads from and signs her humorous book about what every older sibling needs to know. The book is filled with information about successfully coping with the new baby at your house. Tickets are $21 and include one copy of the book to be signed by Clinton and admission for one adult and one child 12 or under. Ticketholders are expected to arrive by 10:30 am. Photos from the audience/signing line will be allowed.
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4. JazzFest Jazz and Food Festival (Sun 9/18)

A partnership between ArtsWestchester, the City of White Plains, and the White Plains BID, JazzFest is back with a stellar lineup of in-person programs. For its eleventh year, the festival remains true to its roots, presenting jazz from an outstanding roster that features musicians of local and national significance and some of today’s hottest rising jazz stars. Events are free to the public and will be held rain or shine in White Plains from 12:30 to 6:45 pm on Mamaroneck Ave. (between Main St. and Martine Ave.)
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