From dinner and dancing, to a new exhibit at the Katonah Museum of Art, to a Purim carnival and religious service at Temple Shaaray Tefila, to learning how to make your home more energy efficient, there's plenty to do right here in town this weekend.
Our featured event is High tea and conversation with Alex Shoumatoff at the Waccabuc Country Club Carriage House, funded by the Jerome Levy Foundation and hosted by Westchester Land Trust and Lewisboro Land Trust, described as such: An "author and historian will present the history of the great estates of Northern Westchester, particularly South Salem, and how these estates influenced local conservation efforts. Philip Kunhardt, a gifted and inspiring speaker, author and historian, will introduce the program."
Click here for more information on this program, which takes place Sunday.
Here are more events for your weekend ahead (For a full events calendar, click here).
Dinner and Dancing at Le Chateau Restaurant
The Fox on the Fairway - Hilarious Comedy for Wintertime Fun
OPEN MIC NIGHT at the Muscoot Tavern
Making Your Home Energy Efficient
Purim Carnival & Service
Camerata d'Amici to present Winter Concert
Exhibit Opening: “Beyond the Bed”