Goat Cheese, Golf Tips and JuneFest

And check out the newest nature "Quest" grand opening by the Westchester Land Trust at Hilltop Hanover Farm.

1. Rainbeau Ridge opens up for cheese

The folks at announced they are going to sell their award-winning goat cheese at the farm today and next Friday on a trial basis. You can stop by the farm on David's Way in Bedford Hills between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to pick up some of their creamy rounds. Let me tell you, there's nothing like a Friday glass of red, a baguette and a delicious pyramid of Lisa Schwart'z MontVivant. If you can't stop by the farm, here's where you can pick up her cheese around town. (If you go, be sure to pull into the driveway and park in the semi-circle or on the wood-chip areas if it's already full.)
2. "Outdoor Exploration" of Hilltop Hanover Farm

Hilltop Hanover Farm and and the are having a grand opening this Sunday, May 20, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. of the latest Quest, an outdoor exploration related to the farm's unique geography and climate. Enjoy crafts, music, food and hands-on workshops and demos on a variety of arts, including keeping chickens and bees, making bread and cheese, and composting and rainwater harvesting. For more information, tickets and directions,

3. Golf tips from Glen Arbor pro

Need some help before you tee it up this weekend? Brian Crowell, a PGA Professional at in Bedford is hosting a new radio show on WFAS Radio, 103.9 on the FM Dial. Tune in Friday afternoon on the drive home at 5:14 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday morning on the way at 7:16 a.m. (on the way to the course?) He'll provide tips to help you with your golf game. He's also written a book, Slice Free Golf, and has his own YouTube channel at briancrowellpga.

4. JuneFest announced

and the have announced an outdoor music and arts festival, scheduled for Sunday, June 3 from 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Music begins at the Katonah Live Stage at 2 p.m. Will Van Sise and the Strugglers will be the first to hit the stage with their high energy mix of rock, roots, and country music. The PitchBlak Brass Band, a 10 piece group of New York City based musicians, brings their mix of hip-hop, rap, and jazz to the stage at 3:30 p.m., according to their announcement. The festival will showcase work from a variety of local artists, unique goods from local shops, and delicious food. The Katonah Art Center will host a children's art project table and will display select artwork from their upcoming show. See more here on their Facebook page.

5. Get out and enjoy the weather

Go ahead. After you read your morning Patch stories, unplug. Get out. Because today it's going to be like living in San Diego: dry, sunny, 74 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Saturday? Same, but warmer, near 80. Sunday near 80 degrees. Go on, close your computer!

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