Wave Hill Family Art Project
Suggested Ages: All
Enjoy nature-inspired art projects among gorgeous gardens and trees overlooking the Hudson River. Themes change weekly.
Takes place indoors, but there is some outdoor walking to get to the project.
The number of families able to participate at any given time will be limited to about nine. If you arrive and capacity is full, program staff will provide a “come back” card so you will have first entry for the next session.
Greenburgh Nature Center
From dawn till dusk, explore 33-acres of hiking trails, native meadow and vernal pond, and say hello to outdoor animals including goats, bunnies and eagles. Play on a large nature-inspired playground with lots of equipment for all ages.
Inside the historic manor house (open Tuesday–Sunday, 10 am–4 pm), find two floors of live animals from…More info
Legoland Discovery Center
This Lego extravaganza located in a nice outdoor mall features two rides, LEGO car racing, LEGO models of NYC landmarks, Star War lands, a NINAJO climbing area, a 4D cinema, karaoke and more.
* Master Wu’s Ninja Training Camp is in session until September 11th! Complete the quest to level up Ninja skills.
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Broadway Training Center of Westchester: The Mystery of Edwin Drood
See an inventive Tony Award winning musical performed by BTC’s Award-Winning Senior Ensemble, an invite-only performance program for students grades 9-12, from throughout Westchester.
Charles Dickens died while writing his final novel, leaving behind not a clue of how to solve The Mystery of Edwin Drood. A play within a play, this hilarious and high-spirited…More info
Harbor Island Park
This lovely marina in the suburbs has swan sightings, fishing on a pier, crabs & clams and lots of greenspace. Walk and sit on the small harbor beach when the gate is open ( 7am to dusk); swimming prohibited until summer when the beach is staffed.
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Hommocks Park Ice Rink
Mamaroneck’s popular enclosed public skating facility offers public skating sessions throughout the week October through June.
Although the spectator area is (sort of) heated, dress warmly on the ice. Snow pants and gloves are a good idea, and so are layers for when you get moving. No outside food is permitted; a concession stand…More info