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What to Do in Westchester: 11/22 – 11/28

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*Tappan Z Gallery photo courtesy of Tappan Z Gallery

November 22

pic Aiming for the Etsy vibe at home? The Pelham Arts Center is hosting An Exhibition and Sale of the Handmade, running now through January 4. Pick up wearable and decorative crafts – everything from jewelry, ceramics and metal work to slippers and bags – made by more than 20 artists. Members are entitled to a 15 percent discount from December 3 to 8.… Details
November 23
pic If “I need to meet this person” has ever graced your consciousness while viewing art, here’s your chance to marry artwork and creator. Tappan Z Gallery is hosting Meet the Artist: Lila Turjanski-Villard, who’s known for her mixed media sculptures of the human figure. Details
pic Here’s a rare opportunity to unleash your opera voice on the public. A Special Performance of Lucia di Lammermoor with Audience Participation is being brought to you by Taconic Opera at the Music Conservatory of Westchester. Seriously though, audience members are invited to sing along from their seats. Scores are available for purchase at the door. … Details 
pic Whether you’ve played the pedal steel guitar for decades or, like us, Googled it to educate yourself before writing this blurb, you should know that The Capitol Theatre is hosting Robert Randolph & The Family Band, whose lead player, Robert Randolph, is one of Rolling Stone’s 100 greatest guitarists of all time. Eric Clapton’s 2006 opening act, their funk-and-soul sound spans six albums and 12 years… Details 
November 24
pic Get your fix for local, Pulitzer Prize-Winning theater at the Harrison Public Library [no geo landing], which is hosting M&M Productions’ Time Stands Still. Before you run to Broadway, consider that this comes from the mind of Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Donald Margulies. Directed by Larry Schneider. Starring Robin Gorn, Peter Lillo, and Theodora Kimmel Details
November 29
pic If your food hangover doesn’t have you bedridden the day after Thanksgiving, take the kids to the Hudson River Museum for Building Bridges with Legos. Master Lego Builder Brett Berland from Brick U of Nyack will construct a replica of the Brooklyn Bridge from Legos. Visitors can follow suit with their own miniature Lego bridge to take home. A stroll through theIndustrial Sublime exhibition, which is bridge/transportation themed, rounds out the afternoon Details
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