BEDFORD, N.Y. Here are some of the events going on in Bedford this weekend.
Friday, April 20 The Impact of Terrorism on Children and Adolescents: Terror in the Skies, Terror on the Television: 9:30 a.m. Dr. Gene Beresin will lead this program, which includes a lecture on PTSD as related to children's viewing of the media. He will then present the Emmy-winning HBO childrens special "Through a Childs Eyes: September 11, 2011," for which he consulted on production. The event will be held at Four Winds Hospital, located at 800 Cross River Road in Katonah. Fee is $20.
Bedford Hills Fire Department 23rd Annual Ham Night: 7 p.m. Ham Night is the fire departments biggest fundraiser of the year. Attendees will have the chance to win great prizes all night long, and each prize comes with a fresh ham. Come to 332 Bedford Road in Bedford hills for fun, prizes, food and free drinks.
Saturday, April 21
Town of Bedford Arbor Day Celebration: 9 a.m. The Recreation and Parks Department and Bedford Tree Advisory Board invite residents to attend three tree planting ceremonies, the first at the Bedford Hills Community House (BHCH) in Bedford Hills, one at the end of Dwight Lane in Bedford Hills and a final ceremony to be held at the Katonah Memorial Park.
Katonah Bedford Hills Volunteer Ambulance Corps First Aid Seminar: 10 a.m. The class, to be held at the ambulance station at 160 Bedford Road, is free and open to the public. The course will teach participants how to recognize and respond to cardiac, breathing and first aid emergencies. For more information call (914) 755-4596.
Sunday, April 22
Family Day to Celebrate Rising Dragon: Chinese Contemporary Photography: 12 p.m. - 5 p.m. The Katonah Museum of Art, located at 134 Jay St., will host a family day inspired by their current Chinese photography exhibit. There will be hands-on art activities for a traditional Chinese musical performance, a visit via Skype with author Grace Lin, a Chinese line dance performance and a demonstration of Chinese healing art, as well as a visit from the Rick Shaw Dumpling Truck. Admission is $5 for children and $7 for adults.
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