As American as Pumpkin Pie: From Colonial New England to Pumpkin Spice Lattes

Nothing says Fall like pumpkin pie. Or is it pumpkin spice? Pumpkins are indigenous to the Americas, and the pie is from Britain. But it took the confluence of Indigenous and colonial... Read more »

Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch Opens

From Academy Award nominee Wes Anderson, and featuring a star-studded cast including Benicio del Toro, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Frances McDormand, Timothée Chalamet, Lyna Khoudri, Jeffrey Wright, Mathieu Amalric, Bill Murray, and... Read more »

If the broom fits… Halloween & the History of Witches

Have you ever wondered, especially on Halloween, why witches are depicted as riding on brooms through the nighttime sky? (It’s a story you may find difficult explaining to the kids!) You’re never... Read more »

Namaste and Shalom: A Virtual Tour of Jewish India

Take a trip to Jewish India with Temple Beth Abraham’s Adult Education Committee! India’s Jewish heritage is a rich cultural and historical saga that stretches from biblical times until today. Explore each... Read more »

FREE THEATER READING by local playwright

The Up Theater Company’s 2021 Renewal Reading Series was created for plays negatively impacted as a result of the Coronavirus, offering the opportunity for staged readings. Paper Chains, a play written by... Read more »

Niagara: The Falls and The River via Zoom

Explore the history of the Niagara Falls region–from Native American legends to modern-day parks and attractions–with author and photographer Kevin Woyce. Meet the area’s explorers and settlers, the daredevils who risked their... Read more »

World Rivers Day Online Festival 2021

World Rivers Day Online Festival 2021 Event Date: September 26, 2021 Registration Deadline: September 24, 2021 Organized by: Boney Cultural Center, Dhaka, Bangladesh Registration Link: Event Details, Rules and Regulations: •... Read more »

Ten Artists Open Up at The Donald Gallery

The Donald Gallery at South Presbyterian Church in Dobbs Ferry will be featuring the work of ten artists in a show that benefits the Gallery. Artists exhibiting in the group show are... Read more »

The Hammond Museum’s Japanese Stroll Garden in a New Era

This program of garden tour, lectures, and demonstration of traditional Japanese woodworking techniques will examine what the Hammond Japanese Stroll Garden was like when it was created by Natalie Hammond in 1961... Read more »

Critical Race Theory: The Facts Behind the Controversy

We must realize, as our slave forbears did, that the struggle for freedom is, at bottom, a manifestation of our humanity which survives and grows stronger through resistance to oppression, even if... Read more »