BEDFORD and Mount Kisco, N.Y.With the weekend nearly upon us, eyes are set on getting ready to enjoy an extra day of rest and relaxation. If you are still wondering what to do in Bedford and Mount Kisco for any of the days off, take a look below at the options presented by The Daily Bedford and The Daily Mt. Kisco.
- The Bedford Hills Community House is holding a challenge game night of board games for third through seventh graders. The Town of Bedford Recreation and Parks Department will host the event, with pre-registration required. Call 914-666-7004. The event is $25.
- Take time out of your busy or lazy Saturday and head over the Bedford Community Church and donate your shoes, sneakers or boots to the Soles 4 Souls program, which is an effort to give shoes to those who need it, especially during the colder winter months. There are boxes for the shoes inside the entrance.
- At the Mount Kisco Public Library, join local resident Harry McCartney as he explains the Stories of Mount Kisco, discussing mile high glaciers, the Native American population in the area and more. The event will be on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. on the second floor.
- Head to the Bedford Hills Community House on Saturday night at 6:00 p.m. for the Cheap Blue Yonder Debutante Ball, an evening of folk music at the community house. Playing the evening will be Hot in the Pocket (from Westchester), Sweet Nothing (from Westport, Conn.) and Cheap Blue Yonder (out of New York City), with tickets set at $5 at the door. The event is open for all ages.
- Get out of bed on Sunday and into the art of the Tri-State Community. The Tri-State juried exhibit Art to the Point will be shown in the Katonah Museum of Art. The exhibit is juried by acclaimed local artist Donald Sultan, and feature work from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
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