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A Weekend Full of Cultural Events

The Dogs of War

RUTH KEELER MEMORIAL LIBRARY 276 Titicus Road, North Salem, 914-669-5161

Sunday 3 p.m. Let Loose the Dogs of War: New York in the American Civil War

A lecture by history professor and archivist, Robert W. Arnold III, former Albany County Historian, winner of the Guy D. Paquin Award for leadership, and honorary life member of the Association of Public Historians of New York State.

On exhibit at the Library in conjunction: North Salem and the Civil War - Artifacts from the North Salem Historical Society and the Town Historian.

There is no charge.

...And for the Puppies

CHILDREN’S EVENTS AT THE RUTH KEELER LIBRARY

Saturday 3 p.m. Candy Experiment Party - ages eight and up

Experiment and find out what makes candy so tasty! Bring along sour candies, Skittles or plain M&Ms.

No charge: sign up at the library.

Saturday 10:30 a.m. Thanksgiving Story Time - all ages

Stories about Thanksgiving and a few relevant activities as well.

Rhythm ‘n Blues ‘n Rock ‘n Roll

ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH corner of Titicus and June Roads, North Salem, 914-669-5563

Saturday 5 p.m. Eric Pooley & Friends

Folk, blues, gospel and rock classics performed by Eric Pooley (guitar, vocals) with John Alper (guitar, vocals) Brendan Curran (drums), Stephen Dahlquist (bass), Jeff Parry (harmonica) and Curtis Kendrick (keyboards).

Reception will follow: chili and other snacks.

Suggested donation: Adults $20, children $10

It’s a Wonderful Town...

KATONAH MUSEUM 134 Jay Street (Route 22) Katonah, 914-232-9555

Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Sunday noon – 5 p.m. New York, New York! The 20th Century

In the Galleries: Paintings, photographs and sculptures related to New York City landmarks, such as Central Park, the Flatiron Building, the Brooklyn Bridge and Broadway. Artists include Diane Arbus, Childe Hassam, Edward Hopper and Edward Steichen.

In the Learning Center: Original art from over 35 picture books depicting New York scenes. Caldecott Medal winners and New Yorker illustrators are represented, among others.

In the Atrium: Prints and photographs for sale, including work by Roz Chast, Richard Estes, Red Grooms, Chris Raschka, Paula Scher and others.

Exhibition runs until December 31.

“For thus sings he, cuckoo, cuckoo..”

THE SCHOOLHOUSE THEATER 3 Owens Road, Croton Falls, 914-277-8477

Friday and Saturday 8 p.m., Sunday 3 p.m. The Time of the Cuckoo

Arthur Laurents’s hit Broadway comedy, later made into a Hollywood film, and even later, a Broadway musical, premiered on Thursday and will run until December 4. The Sunday matinee will be followed by a “Talk-Back” with guest Nicola Iervasi, choreographer and dialect coach.

Tickets: Thursday and Friday $33, Saturday and Sunday $35

Swing & Sway the 40’s Way

PATTERSON RECREATION CENTER 65 Front Street, Patterson, 845-878-7106

Saturday, 6 p.m. - 11 p.m., Remember Pearl Harbor

A dinner/dance to commemorate Pearl Harbor, in a venue decorated with 1940s memorabilia. Dress in period clothes or dig out your Hawaiian shirts. World War II swing music by The Big Band Sound orchestra.

Tickets: Dinner (6 to 7 p.m.) and dancing $30; music/dancing only (7 to 11 p.m.) $20

Elevenses

11/11/11 at 11 a.m. Veterans Day Ceremony

Join town officials, veterans, friends and neighbors at a brief ceremony at Delancey Hall in Salem Center in honor of Veterans Day.

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