Downtown is chock-full of activities and events twelve months of the year. Also check Entertainment, Movie Listings and the New Rochelle Public Library calendar. Note: Events listed are subject to change. Check calendar monthly for updates.
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June 2, 2017 - June 3, 2017
Friends of NRPL Big Book Sale
New and classic fiction in paperback and hardcover, nonfiction books on gardening and scores of other subjects, dvds, cds, cards, calendars, children’s books, and a host of other bargains are awaiting. Don’t miss these big sales! The phone number for the Friends of NRPL is (914) 813-3705. Book Store and Lobby
June 3, 2017
BID Family Market Day Family Performance with Zev Haber
Zev Haber kicks-off the season with a terrific show. He’s is a perennial favorite for good reason—his terrific blend of original music-making, singing and joking around always delights young children and adults. The Grand Market, featuring local farm-fresh products, gourmet items, and delicious prepared foods, is open every Saturday, June 3 - October 28, from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm.
June 4, 2017 - June 22, 2017
New Rochelle Art Association Annual Jules Bauer Award Show
Exhibit Reception: Sunday, June 11, 5:15 pm – 6:30 pm
The 34th Annual Jules Bauer Award Show is open to all NRAA members. Ribbons will be presented in all categories and monetary prizes are given to the winners of the Jules Bauer Award for the best watercolor and the Best of Show Award.
June 10, 2017
BID Family Market Day Family Performance with Juggles the Clown
Juggles is the friendliest clown around! He’ll be strolling around the Market greeting all ages and providing plenty of laughs with his silly magic tricks, balloon surprises and, of course, juggling! The BID Grand Market, featuring local farm-fresh products, gourmet items, and delicious prepared foods is open every Saturday, June 3 - October 28, from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm.
June 10, 2017
Masterworks Conversation Concert: Russia, A Composer’s Revolution
Concert pianists Matthew Harrison and Vlada Yaneva explore the explosion of composers who brought Russia to the forefront of western music with a passion and genius that still shines brightly today. Tchaikovsky was the first and guiding light of a new voice that merged western forms with a distinctly Russian flair for raw, unbridled emotion. Soon followed the composer-pianist pair of Rachmaninoff and Scriabin, classmates and rivals whose works rise to the summit of pianistic perfection. Stravinsky later changed everything music could be, leading the forefront of the avant-guard with a music that shocked and amazed audiences, and even provoked a riot in Paris!
June 17, 2017
BID Family Market Day Family – Balloon Bonanza
With a few quick, magical movements, balloon artist Nora Maher creates silly hats, animals and other fanciful shapes out of balloons. Each child gets to take one home! The BID Grand Market, featuring local farm-fresh products, gourmet items, and delicious prepared foods is open every Saturday, June 3 - October 28, from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm.
June 24, 2017
Summer Reading Kick-off Event
“Build a Better World” is the theme for the 2017 Summer Reading Game, and we’ve cooked-up a terrific array of 6-week programs to help children stay energized! At the kick-off event, we’ll be offering a sampler of the activities, including a hands-on building workshop with Arch4Kids and live entertainment by the National Circus Project - (isn’t laughter one of the best ways to build a better world?) Children in Pre-K through Grade 5 are encouraged to register for the Summer Reading Game, check-out loads of books, and start earning points for cool prizes.
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