May 7. 6 a.m. Listen to the neotropical migrants traveling through our region. May is one of the most exciting birding times of the year, so you know the colors and sounds will delight. Call 914-666-6503 or e-mail email@example.com to let them know you're coming. $5. , 275 Millwood Rd., Chappaqua.
May 7. 7 p.m. Middle-School-aged children can take a class teaching them process and instilling good training in the basic elements of acting. They will learn improvisation skills and scene development in a creative environment. Class ends with material developed by kids. $25. Nyack Village Theatre, 94 Main St., Nyack.
May 7. 7 p.m. Sharpen those brain cells with a trip to Sarah Lawrence College, where you'll experience a multi-media event featuring stories taken from the testimony of eyewitnesses to major historial events like the Cuban revolution, 9/11 and the overthrow of Filipino dictator Ferdinand Marcos. A performance by Penny Arcade concludes the evening. Free. , 1 Mead Way, Bronxville.
May 7. 7 p.m. Maybe Mad Men has you hankering to learn the lyrics to "Zou Bisou Bisou." Learn in a small group setting from a native French speaker or try private lesson for adults and children. Contact Greta at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. , 208 Smith Rd., Nanuet.
May 7. 9:30 a.m. The Harrison Council for the Arts presents “Inner Landscapes, Outer Worlds” paintings by Elyssa Wortzman. Through May 31. Opening reception May 7 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wortzman is an artist, teacher, not-for-profit program director, and teacher of Jewish meditation and Kabbalah for women. Call 914-835-0324 for information. Free., 2 Bruce Ave, Harrison.
May 7. 6 p.m. Learn how to leverage your business by blogging from area experts Stacy Geisinger, author of StacyKnows.com, a popular blog about all things chic in high-end ‘hoods of Westchester; Dagmar Bleasdale, author of Dagmar's momsense, a “mommy blog” about everything a mother with young children living in Westchester could ever want to know; and Liz Nunan, VP of Global Business Development for Houlihan Lawrence. The panel moderator is Lisa Kaslyn of Prosper Communications, specialists in public relations, SEO-communications, social media and content curation. You must pre-pay to attend at www.professionalwomenofwestchester.com. $15 pp PWW members; $20 pp non-members., 66 Hale Ave., White Plains.
May 12. 10 a.m. Bike riding season is upon us and there's no better way to teach kids proper safety measures than through the Learn-to-Ride program sponsored by Bike New York-Bicycle Education Program. Bedford Police will be on hand to emphasize safety rules and bike registration. Perhaps the best part for young families is the team of specially trained officers who will inspect car seats and offer safety tips. Free. , 60 Haines Rd, Bedford Hills.
May 12. 8 p.m. Friends of Music presents Juilliard Baraque, an outgrowth of the Juilliard School's New Historical Performance Department, performing an all-Bach program that will include three of his Brandenberg Concerti. $30., 210 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow.
May 11. 8 p.m. The Lake Carmel Arts Center transforms into a recording studio as Kati Mac performs Save Me From Myself plus some favorites from Songwriter's Circle live with Kevin Hupp on drums, Al Hemberger on bass, Steve Kirkman and Van Manakis on guitars and Jon Cobert on keyboards. The audience becomes part of the process. $12. 640 Route 52, Carmel.