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Friday, March 29
LittleCooks

Make a chef out of your youngster at Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture’s Little Cooks Make & Take Cooking Class. Attendees will learn kitchen tips and how to make dinner. The class is designed for children 4 to 6 years oldMore

BreweryNight

Meet the masters behind Tröegs Brewing Company when they commandeer the taps at The Craftsman Ale House for Brewery NightMore


Saturday, March 30
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The Easter bunny has officially arrived! Join the team at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center as they host their 9th Annual Heckscher Farm Egg Hunt. Children ages 6 and younger can bring their own Easter baskets and hunt down hundreds of... More

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This one’s for all the Criminal Minds and Homeland fans out there: Head over to Tarrytown Music Hall for Mandy Patinkin: Dress Casual. See a different side of your favorite Emmy Award-winning TV personality as he embraces the stage andMore

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Throw on your fashion shades, pop your collar, and hit the dance floor for An ’80s Party at 12 Grapes. Enjoy the dulcet tones of the best-named band in the world, The Fred Savages… More


Sunday, March 31 
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Treat the family to an Easter Brunch Buffet at 12 Grapes. On the menu: brioche French toast with bananas and walnuts, spiral ham with pineapple, eggs Florentine, and penne a la vodka. There’s also fruit, croissants, and bagels and lox. Reservations are highly… More

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If you’re someone who always misses brunch on Easter because you like to sleep in, then BLT Steak has another option: Easter Dinner. Chef Ichigaku Gonai’s menu includes dishes such as wild-mushroom risotto with black truffle and garlic chips and braised… More


Monday, April 1
 
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Need a little help to get over the beginning-of-the-week blues? Puerto Rican restaurant Don Coqui is offering a special weekly Monday Menu. Choose an appetizer, entrée, and dessert, all served family-style. Empanadas, crispy plantains, skirt… More 


Tuesday, April 2
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Bar’Lees is hosting a Tour of Australia and New Zealand wine class. Wine master and Bar’Lees co-owner André Cohen guides guests through a tasting of various wines. Cheese, bread, crackers, and olives will be served. To reserve a spot, email… More

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Is your week getting to be a little bit too “hard to handle?” Spruce up your weeknights with a fun evening out to see The Black Crowes in concert at The Capitol Theatre. Let your hair down and break out your leather jackets for a night that will have you feeling like it’s the ’90s all over again! The Black Crowes will… More

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“Go big or go home” should be the motto for the new exhibit at the Mamaroneck Artists Guild. Large Works features a unique variety of fine art ranging from 36″ to 60″ in size. Pieces created from different styles and media will cover the walls of the gallery. If youMore

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If you’re going to imbibe on a Tuesday night, why not make it for a good cause? Donate $10 at the door of Black Bear Saloon, and enjoy $3 wine, beer, and well drinks, and $5 appetizers at its Autism Awareness Fundraiser to benefit Autism Speaks. Plus, take aMore

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Flex your brain at Trivia Night hosted by Growlers Beer Bistro. The night’s top three teams win up to $35 in gift certificates. Teams are limited to six players, so choose wisely… More

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Keep your Tuesday night mystical, Westchester. Stop in at Pete’s Saloon & Restaurant for Psychic Readings by medium Francine Tesler, and then stick around for Jazz Open Mic later that night… More


Thursday, April 4
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Start your weekend with a movie night out. The Jacob Burns Film Center introduces the film Koch, in honor of the late former New York City Mayor, who was in office from 1978 to 1989, a time when New York City was filled with dirt and graffiti. This intimate film… More

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