NORTH SALEM, N.Y. - If you are looking for something to do in the upcoming weekend here are some suggestions:
- Winter Nights and Rainbow Days
Sunday 3 p.m.: An afternoon of easy jazz, featuring Jim Skinger on guitar, Doug Malfer on keyboard, Claude Preece on bass and Ericka Schlenkermann on flute and sax. At the artists request, the concert will benefit the Brewster Food Pantry. A wine and cheese reception will follow. Suggested donation: $20.
- A Winter Sports Expo
Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.: Experts from EMS will demonstrate a variety of winter sports including cross-country skiing and snow-shoeing. They will discuss choosing the proper equipment and gear. Equipment will be on hand so you can try it out yourself. The health and safety requisites for winter hiking and camping will also be discussed. The group will assemble at Shelter 5 on Michigan Road (weather permitting). There is no charge, but there is a parking fee of $10. For further information, call 914-864-7000. Suitable for children and adults alike.
- Edgar Winter and Rick Derringer on Stage
Friday 8 p.m.: Saxophonist and multi-keyboard artist Edgar Winter will entertain along with rock/blues guitarist Rick Derringer. Two rock legends for the price of one! The tickets are $60. Act promptly, only a few seats are left.
Saturday 8 p.m.: Four talented musicians present Beatle music in full makeup and costume, covering favorites from the early days to the final days. This show has been an international hit. Tickets are $47.50 and most seats have already been sold.
- Found: at the Aldrich
Sunday 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.: The opening reception for six new exhibits including works by Barrao, Jim Dingilian, Roy McMakin, Regina Silveira, Kathryn Spence and Xu Bing. From 2 p.m. to 3 p.m., a panel discussion with the artists will be moderated by exhibitions director Richard Klein. The reception begins at 3 p.m. Tickets are $7 for non-members of the museum. Telephone reservations are required for the panel discussion. Call Priscilla Matthews at 203-438-4519.
- Fish: A Memoir of a Boy in a Mans Prison
Saturday 7 p.m.: (postponed from last weekend) A screening of three documentary films by T. J. Parsell, based on his autobiographical book about his youth in the prison system and his life afterwards. Parsell will be on hand to talk with the audience afterwards. Tickets are $10.
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