Calendar of events

March 26 — April 1, 2017

Found 33 events

Wednesday, March 29

CREMATION: HISTORY AND MODERN PROCESS

5:00 PM
When cremation was first introduced in the United States in the 1860s, it was obscure and rarely practiced. However, as of 2015, cremation rates surpassed those of burial in this country. On March 16th and May 18th, Green-Wood invites the public to …

TWILIGHT TOUR OF GREEN-WOOD

6:30 PM
There are few places more atmospheric than a cemetery at dusk, and Green-Wood can’t be beat when it comes to beauty and ambiance. Explore the Cemetery’s stunning landscape – aglow in the in the light of the setting sun – while visiting …

Thursday, March 30

Clay Art Center Spring Youth Classes 2017

10:00 AM
Spin It! Spring 2017 Youth Classes start March 26 at the Clay Art Center in Port Chester and run for 6 weeks. Build your inner artist while creating picture perfect pottery. Work with clay to develop creative problem solving skills and building …

CREMATION: HISTORY AND MODERN PROCESS

5:00 PM
When cremation was first introduced in the United States in the 1860s, it was obscure and rarely practiced. However, as of 2015, cremation rates surpassed those of burial in this country. On March 16th and May 18th, Green-Wood invites the public to …

TWILIGHT TOUR OF GREEN-WOOD

6:30 PM
There are few places more atmospheric than a cemetery at dusk, and Green-Wood can’t be beat when it comes to beauty and ambiance. Explore the Cemetery’s stunning landscape – aglow in the in the light of the setting sun – while visiting …

Puttin’ On Her Shorts

8:00 PM
Poor Mouth Theatre Company presents Puttin’ On Her Shorts, a festival of six new original shorts plays all written by women. Thursday, March 30 and Saturday, April 1 at 8:00pm, and Sunday, April 2 at 2:00pm. Tickets available at An Beal Bocht …

Friday, March 31

CREMATION: HISTORY AND MODERN PROCESS

5:00 PM
When cremation was first introduced in the United States in the 1860s, it was obscure and rarely practiced. However, as of 2015, cremation rates surpassed those of burial in this country. On March 16th and May 18th, Green-Wood invites the public to …

TWILIGHT TOUR OF GREEN-WOOD

6:30 PM
There are few places more atmospheric than a cemetery at dusk, and Green-Wood can’t be beat when it comes to beauty and ambiance. Explore the Cemetery’s stunning landscape – aglow in the in the light of the setting sun – while visiting …

Reading with Three Local Poets

7:30 PM
The Hudson Valley Writers' Center is happy to host three award-winning local poets as they read from their most recent collections. Lynn McGee will be reading from "Sober Cooking", Elaine Sexton from "Prospect/Refuge", and Matthew Thorburn from …

John Pizzarelli

John Pizzarelli is back at the Emelin for another incredible evening of some of the most formidable jazz guitar you will ever hear. With a style that blends the swing guitar tradition with 60's and 70's pop culture and music, "he is a blazing jazz …

Saturday, April 1

BASEBALL GREATS OF NEW YORK’S PAST

11:00 AM
Play ball! Kick off the 2017 season with a tour exploring the pioneers of America’s favorite pastime that count among Green-Wood’s permanent residents. Lead by baseball historian and member of the Society for American Baseball Research …

REVISIT: The Boneyard

12:30 PM
Clay Art Center is pleased to present REVISIT: The Boneyard Featuring works by 40 internationally acclaimed ceramic artists who have taught workshops at Clay Art Center over the last 60 years. Opening Reception: Saturday, April …

CREMATION: HISTORY AND MODERN PROCESS

5:00 PM
When cremation was first introduced in the United States in the 1860s, it was obscure and rarely practiced. However, as of 2015, cremation rates surpassed those of burial in this country. On March 16th and May 18th, Green-Wood invites the public to …

TWILIGHT TOUR OF GREEN-WOOD

6:30 PM
There are few places more atmospheric than a cemetery at dusk, and Green-Wood can’t be beat when it comes to beauty and ambiance. Explore the Cemetery’s stunning landscape – aglow in the in the light of the setting sun – while visiting …

Paradigm Lost, CD Release Concert (NYC)

7:30 PM
The PRISM Quartet presents a program celebrating the release of Paradigm Lost on its new label, XAS Records, featuring music by Lee Hyla, Chen Yi, Bernard Rands, David Rakowski, Augusta Read Thomas, and John Adams. The record and concert …

Puttin’ On Her Shorts

8:00 PM
Poor Mouth Theatre Company presents Puttin’ On Her Shorts, a festival of six new original shorts plays all written by women. Thursday, March 30 and Saturday, April 1 at 8:00pm, and Sunday, April 2 at 2:00pm. Tickets available at An Beal Bocht …

The Orchestra Now

8:00 PM
James Bagwell, conductor The Orchestra Now is an innovative orchestra in residence at Bard College that is preparing a new generation of musicians to break down barriers between modern audiences and great orchestral music of the past and …

John Muir Trail Clean Up Day

Saturday April 1st meeting at 10am The John Muir Trail could use a little TLC. Join us for a walk along the trail as we collect garbage and clean up the trail for the spring. Meet at the Garden & Compost Site- enter the Park at Broadway and …

March 26 — April 1, 2017