Check out this week’s edition of Westchester Weekly to see where to eat, shop and play in Westchester County this week.
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Sunday, February 7th: (Harrison) Quenas Restaurant in Harrison is celebrating its 10th Anniversary. The Peruvian restaurant will be serving a special tasting menu from 2 PM – 9 PM for $55/person. Reservations are recommended.
Wednesday, February 10th: (Mamaroneck) Boleria Brazilian Bakery in Mamaroneck is reopening after a 2 month closure.
Let’s Eat for Port Chester Restaurant Relief: (Port Chester) After a 10 week shutdown, Port Chester restaurants are back open for indoor dining. For the month of February, select Port Chester restaurants are offering specials. Use code EAT4PC and help support these local restaurants.
Branches of Beauty: (Scarsdale) The skin care and beauty boutique has Valentine’s Day Specials for the entire month of February including 15% off all gift cards, a special facial of the month and beauty packages.
The Katonah Reading Room: (Katonah) The Katonah Reading Room is opening this week after a remodel of the space. Shop the bookstore and enjoy a cup of coffee and lunch in the coffee bar.
Saturdays: (Hastings) Shop the winter season Hastings Farmers Market at the Zinsser Commuter Lot on the first and third Saturdays of the month. The market opens at 9:30 AM and it is recommended that you pre-order.
Saturdays: (Mamaroneck) Shop the Mamaroneck Winter Farmers Marketat Harbor Island Park from 9 AM – 1 PM. There will also be a textile recycling collection at this week’s farmers market.
Wednesdays: (Yorktown Heights) Winter Farmers Market at the Jefferson Valley Mall January 6 – April 7 at the Jefferson Valley Mall on the upper level near the food court. The market will take place from 1:30 – 5:30 PM every Wednesday through April 7.
(Through February 7): Teatown Hudson River EagleFest – This year there will be no festival at Croton Point Park. Instead, there are both virtual and limited attendance in-person events taking place January 30th – February 7th. Registration is now open for the various programs.
Saturday, February 6th: (Harrison) The Westchester Children’s Museum in partnership with Life Time Fitness is offering an in-person Smart Tennis Workshop from 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. This workshop is for children ages 5-8 to introduce them to the fundamentals of tennis. Please bring a tennis racquet and wear non-marking sneakers. $18/member, $20, non-member – pre-registration is required.
Saturday, February 6th: (Yorktown Heights)
Bestie Bash Hearts & Crafts
Saturday, February 6th: (Katonah) The Katonah Museum of Art reopens on Saturday, February 6th with the Young Arts exhibition. The public opening of this exhibit begins February 9th.
Saturday, February 6th: (Katonah) Tapping The Trees at Muscoot Farm. 10 AM – 2:30 PM, 30-minute timeslots, $20/family
Wednesdays: (White Plains) BINGO Night at Wolf and Warrior Brewing. 6:30 PM every Wednesday, hosted by Ashley and Mouse.
Every Other Thursday: (Mamaroneck) Modern On The Rails is hosts a Trivia Night every other Thursday at 7 PM.
Fridays: (Katonah) Trivia Night 7 PM every Friday night at Jay Street Cafe.
(January 30 – February 7): Teatown Hudson River EagleFest – This year there will be no festival at Croton Point Park. Instead, there are both virtual and limited attendance in-person events taking place January 30th – February 7th. Registration is now open for the various programs.
February 7 – March 21st: (Katonah) Maple Sugaring at Muscoot Farm 10 AM – 2:30 PM, 30-minute time slots, $20/family
Yoga Classes: (Yorktown Heights) FREE yoga classes are offered at the Jefferson Valley Mall on Mondays at 10 AM, Thursdays at 10 AM, Wednesdays at 5:30 PM and Saturdays at 10 AM. Classes are held on the bottom floor in the former Gap store, across from Auntie Anne’s Pretzels. Remember to bring a yoga mat and wear a mask.
In The Area:
Saturday, February 6th: (Garrison) Enjoy eagle viewing at Boscobel House and Gardens with Constitution Marsh Audubon and Putnam Highlands Audubon. Two hour time slots are available from 9 AM – 2 PM. Admission is $12/adult, $10/senior, $6/children (age 5-18), Free/children under 5. Advance registration is required. All participants must bring their own viewing equipment (binoculars, scopes, etc.) Masks are required.
Thursday, February 11th: (Rye) Valentine’s Day Workshop: Laser Cutting with Glowforge at The Rye Arts Center. Ages 9-12, 4:30 PM – 6 PM. Students will use CAD to create a Valentine’s themed pendant or pin that will then be laser cut and engraved. All supplies included. $25/participant (members receive a discount).
Thursday, February 11th: (Rye) The Rye Arts Center is partnering with the Greenwich Library to present a virtual night of live theater. Love Notes: One-Act Plays with Play With Your Food will be presented virtually from 7 PM – 8 PM by professional actors from JIB Productions. Register with the Greenwich Library to receive the Zoom link and password. This event is free.
Saturday, February 13th: (Yorktown Heights) Valentine’s Day Eve Party at Pizzazzles in the Jefferson Valley Mall. This is a drop off event where kids will dance to a DJ, enjoy a spaghetti and meatball dinner, sip on sparkling punch, decorate cupcakes, paint, play games and more. 6:15 PM – 9:00 PM, $45/child.
Saturday, February 13th: (Rye) The Westchester Children’s Museum is holding an in-person Cupid’s Color Lab from 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. This workshop is for children ages 4-8 and is half chemistry, half art as they create colorful, unique Valentine cards. $9/participant (members), $10/participant (non-members). Pre-registration required.
Saturday, February 13th: (Rye) The Rye Arts Center is holding a Valentine’s Day Pop Up Cards Workshop. The workshop is from 10 AM – 12 PM for ages 10 and up. Bring a picture of a special person or animal. Materials will be provided to make 3 cards. $25/participant (members receive a discount).
(Saturdays) February 13th – March 13th: (Yonkers) Sugar Maple Tree Tapping at Lenoir Preserve. Saturdays from February 13 – March 13, families can learn how they tap the maple trees at the preserve. $20/session (30 minute time slots). Program is by reservation only. Please call (914) 968-5851 to reserve your spot.