. June 5. 10 a.m. Arc of Westchester's 12th Annual Golfing for Kids at Brynwood Golf & Country Club benefits children with autism and other developmental disabilities served by Arc of Westchester's Children's School for Early Development. This year's event honors Alix and Ruedi Laager of Larchmont. 568 Bedford Rd., Armonk.
. June 8. 7:30 p.m. Lee Hirch's documentary, "Bully," opens at The Picture House in Peham. The film follows five familys and how bullying has touched their lives. A panel discussion on the topic follows with New York State Senator Jeffrey Klein, Sharon Charles (Margarets Place Coordinator, Pelham Middle School, WJCS/ Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation), Colonial Elementary School Principal Tonya Wilson, Siwanoy School Principal Susan Gilbert, and Roseanne Martinez of the Pelham Guidance Council. $12. , 175 Wolfs Ln., Pelham.
. June 5. 6:30 p.m. Village historian Harry McCartney takes you on a local geological, natural and historical walk. Learn how the land and water influenced Mount Kisco’s history; about Native Americans who lived in the area; two early villages in the woods; and more. Sponsored by the Mount Kisco Public Library and Mount Kisco Recreation/Senior Group and the Mount Kisco Historical Society. Free. , 104 E. Main St., Mount Kisco.
. June 4. 6 p.m. The Rockland Family Shelter's Annual Designer Fashion Sale is on with a preview hosted by the Hudson House of Nyack. Enjoy hors d'oevres and a complimentary glass of wine or champagne as well as music and special raffle items. All proceeds from the event will go the Rockland Family Shelter. $20. , 134 Main St., Nyack.
. June 8. 9 p.m. Musician Larry Hunt has performed in more than 1,000 venues. Nellie's offers gourmet beer, wines, coffee & teas, delicious homemade light cuisine and desserts. Reservations recommended. $10. , 1008 Main St., Peekskill.
June 8. 7:30 p.m. "Myths and Mysteries of New York" (Globe Pequot Press) is filled with stories of unsolved cold cases, treasures buried in New York waterways, famous haunted buildings, sea monsters, suicide halls, bizarre people, time travelers and secret government projects. Capo researched stories with the help of an assistant, conducting interviews and photographing sites. Capo is also a motivational speaker, award-winning TV show host, adventurer, Travel Adventure Mom blogger, and five-time world record holder of the fastest talking female title. Free. , 230 Main St., White Plains.
. June 3. 4 p.m. Cartoonist Robert Sikoryak who created "The Decider" parodies for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart will give an illustrated talk on Masterpiece Comics: Looking at Literature Through the Cartoon Medium. His illustrations and comics have appeared on the covers of The New Yorker, Fortune, Harvard Business Review, and in The Onion, Esquire and MAD. Free. 640 Route 52, Carmel.