What To Do In The Bedford/Mount Kisco Area This Weekend

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The Northeast Westchester Rotary Club's Christmas tree sale in Bedford Hills featuring fresh cut Douglas and Fraser Firs continues until Dec. 24. Photo Credit: Northeast Westchester Rotary Club

BEDFORD, N.Y. – A holiday story time, a Christmas festival and a Christmas tree sale are some of the events happening in the Bedford/Mount Kisco area this weekend.

Friday, Dec. 21

Holiday Story Time: 4 p.m. Story time is back at Bedford Post in the Barn. The $10 per child cost provides hot chocolate and cookies. Children of all ages are invited to gather around the fireplace and listen to holiday books read by a story teller from the Katonah Village Library. Half of the event proceeds go to the library. Bedford Post Inn, 954 Old Post Road, Bedford.

Kids Holiday Party at Westchester Mixed Martial Arts: 6 p.m. Drop off kids ages 5 to 12 for two hours of games, pizza and prizes. Admission is $20 per child and kids can bring a buddy for free. Non-members are welcome to attend. To reserve your child's space, call (914) 244-8888 or email msjulie@westchestermmafit. Westchester Mixed Martial Arts & Fitness, 333 N. Bedford Road, Mount Kisco.

Living Nativity: 7 p.m. Katonah United Methodist Church will hold a living nativity pageant on the front lawn to tell the story of Christmas with live characters, animals and singing angels. Katonah United Methodist Church, 5 Bedford Road, Katonah.

Christmas Tree Sale: 5 to 7 p.m. The Northeast Westchester Rotary Club's Christmas tree sale featuring fresh cut Douglas and Fraser firs continues today until Dec. 24. Proceeds benefit Hurricane Sandy victims, Polio Plus and local scholarships. 60 Haines Road, Bedford Hills.

Temple Sharaay Tefila's Trip To Breezy Point: 7:30 p.m. On two recent Sundays, almost 100 Temple Shaaray Tefila members of all ages met at 7 a.m. to board a bus to Breezy Point, Queens, to offer support and helping hands to families that were devastated by Hurricane Sandy. Upon arrival they were met by a group of workers from IsraAid, an Israeli organization whose members travel around the world to offer assistance after catastrophic occurrences. Come hear their story Friday. Temple Shaaray Tefila, 89 Baldwin Road, Bedford Corners.

Saturday. Dec. 22

Holiday Spirit at the Holiday Inn: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Neighbors are invited to come to the Holiday Inn to support local families in need by contributing either a nominal monetary donation or canned food for the Northern Westchester Community Center. In exchange, the Finger Lakes School of Massage will provide a free 10-minute chair massage for anyone over 18. Holiday Inn Mt. Kisco, 1 Holiday Inn Drive, Mount Kisco.

Feed the Birds!: 10 a.m. Make a birdseed bagel or a pinecone feeder for your backyard birds, or string popcorn and cranberries and decorate the sanctuary's bird feeding station. RSVP by Dec. 21. Admission is $5. Westmoreland Sanctuary, 260 Chestnut Ridge Road, Mount Kisco

Counting Your Blessings: 1 p.m. Come join the parishioners at St. Francis for a religious celebration and kids festival featuring games, prizes, arts and crafts, bible games and light refreshments. St. Francis A.M.E. Zion Church, 3 Hillside Ave., Mount Kisco.

Christmas Tree Sale: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. The Northern Westchester Rotary Club's Christmas tree sale featuring fresh cut Douglas and Fraser firs continues today until Dec. 24. Proceeds will benefit Hurricane Sandy victims, Polio Plus and local scholarships. 60 Haines Road, Bedford Hills.

Sunday, Dec. 23

Adult Ice Skating at Harvey School Rink: 9:30 a.m. At Hickory Hill Figure Skating Club's fall sessions, adults can improve basic skating techniques and learn the fundamentals of ice dancing. Nine weeks of practice is $325 for two hours or $180 for one hour of skating every Sunday. Half-hour group classes are available for $10.  Maxwell Evarts Memorial Rink at the Harvey School, 240 Jay St., Katonah.

Christmas Tree Sale: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. The Northern Westchester Rotary Club's Christmas tree sale featuring fresh cut Douglas and Fraser firs continues today until Dec. 24. Proceeds will benefit Hurricane Sandy victims, Polio Plus and local scholarships. 60 Haines Road, Bedford Hills.

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