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May
21
Sun
Gardening Workshops at Lyndhurst @ Lyndhurst Mansion Tickets
May 21 – Sep 24 all-day
Gardening Workshops at Lyndhurst @ Lyndhurst Mansion |  |  |

Nick Storrs will offer five hands-on horticultural workshops for adults focused cultivating heirloom vegetable and garden varieties that were common during the Lyndhurst time period – 1830-1950.

Workshops will run monthly, May – September. Each workshop runs from 2 pm – 5 pm and will focus on a set of seasonal gardening skills, planning and propagating seeds, to trellising and pruning techniques, to extending the growing season and putting a garden “to bed” for the winter. The overarching goal is to build confidence in your backyard garden while celebrating the rare heirloom varieties and the continuity of culture that gardening has allow to survive throughout generations.

Workshop Schedule:
May 21: “Planting the Seeds of a Great Garden” – Planting vegetables, herbs, and annuals and the soil care needed to help them thrive.

June 18: “Feed Your Garden Well!” – Learn to fertilize and irrigate your garden, in way that don’t waste water, and protect the environment around us.

July 23: “Grow Your Garden Up” – Trellising, prunning and harvesting techniques for vegetables, herbs, and annuals.

August 13: “Help Your Garden Stay Healthy” – Safe pest control for your garden and your family. Identify pests and diseases, and learn to address them through organic practices.

September 24: “Grow Your Garden Longer!” – Learn to extend your garden into the fall and beyond.

About Nick
Nick is a horticultural educator. He is a specialist in growing heirloom and open pollinated vegetables and flowers for institutions, community and home gardeners for Homegrown Nurseries and Farm. Learn more about Nick at www.homegrownnurseries.farm

May
24
Wed
Mill River Park Spring Cornhole League @ Brownstein|Selkowitz Carousel Pavilion Lawn Tickets
May 24 – Jun 28 all-day
Mill River Park Spring Cornhole League @ Brownstein|Selkowitz Carousel Pavilion Lawn |  |  |

Back by popular demand, we’re at it again with round two of the Mill River Park Cornhole League, Spring edition! Wednesday evenings May 24th – June 28th from 6pm-8pm we will be meeting on the Carousel Lawn for beer, fun, and competition. We will be teaming up with our friends at Half Full Brewery, serving discounted beer (and snacks) to you and your teammates. 5 weeks of regular competition will come to a head in week 6 for the playoffs, finals, and a summer barbecue celebration on June 28th! Registration opens Monday, April 10th. Pre-registration is required and you must be 21+ to register and play. www.millriverpark.org/cornholeleague.

Jun
4
Sun
Greenwich Polo Club Summer Polo @ Greenwich Polo Club Tickets
Jun 4 @ 1:00 pm – Sep 10 @ 5:30 pm
Greenwich Polo Club Summer Polo @ Greenwich Polo Club |  |  |

Established in 1981 by Peter Brant, Greenwich Polo Club is the venue for high-goal polo in the Northeast. Nestled in the beautiful backcountry of Greenwich, CT and internationally recognized for its rosters of legendary teams and players, Greenwich Polo Club hosts public USPA high-goal polo matches on Sundays throughout the summer. Polo matches are open to the public every Sunday June 4th – July 16th (excluding July 2nd) and Sundays from August 27th – September 10th. Tickets can be purchased online and range from $40 per car for lawn seating, $60 per car for grandstand seating, $300 for box seats (seats 4) and $500 – $600 for VIP private cabanas (seats 8) and the LOOK VIP tent hosted every Sunday from June 4th-July 16th (offering private lounges or individual tickets). Shuttle service is available from Manhattan each Sunday, admission with shuttle starts at $60 per person. Gates open at 1:00 p.m. and matches start at 3:00 p.m. The field address is 1 Hurlingham Drive, Greenwich, CT 06831. There are plenty of food and drinks options for guests onsite, including gourmet food trucks and a full bar. Dogs on leashes are allowed. For more information, images, player information and team stats about Greenwich Polo Club, please visit greenwichpoloclub.com, follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook and Instagram. #GreenwichPolo is the hashtag.

Greenwich Polo Club’s 36th Season of Summer Polo @ Greenwich Polo Club Tickets
Jun 4 @ 1:00 pm – Sep 10 @ 5:30 pm
Greenwich Polo Club's 36th Season of Summer Polo @ Greenwich Polo Club |  |  |

Established in 1981 by Peter Brant, Greenwich Polo Club is the venue for high-goal polo in the Northeast. Nestled in the beautiful backcountry of Greenwich, CT and internationally recognized for its rosters of legendary teams and players, Greenwich Polo Club hosts public USPA high-goal polo matches on Sundays throughout the summer. Polo matches are open to the public every Sunday June 4th – July 16th (excluding July 2nd) and Sundays from August 27th – September 10th. Tickets can be purchased online and range from $40 per car for lawn seating, $60 per car for grandstand seating, $300 for box seats (seats 4) and $500 – $600 for VIP private cabanas (seats 8) and the LOOK VIP tent hosted every Sunday from June 4th-July 16th (offering private lounges or individual tickets). Shuttle service is available from Manhattan each Sunday, admission with shuttle starts at $60 per person. Gates open at 1:00 p.m. and matches start at 3:00 p.m. The field address is 1 Hurlingham Drive, Greenwich, CT 06831. There are plenty of food and drink options for guests onsite, including gourmet food trucks and a full bar. Dogs on leashes are allowed. For more information, images, player information and team stats about Greenwich Polo Club, please visit greenwichpoloclub.com, follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook and Instagram. #GreenwichPolo is the hashtag.

Greenwich Polo Club’s 36th Season of Summer Polo @ Greenwich Polo Club Tickets
Jun 4 @ 1:00 pm – Sep 10 @ 5:30 pm
Greenwich Polo Club's 36th Season of Summer Polo @ Greenwich Polo Club |  |  |

Established in 1981 by Peter Brant, Greenwich Polo Club is the venue for high-goal polo in the Northeast. Nestled in the beautiful backcountry of Greenwich, CT and internationally recognized for its rosters of legendary teams and players, Greenwich Polo Club hosts public USPA high-goal polo matches on Sundays throughout the summer. Polo matches are open to the public every Sunday June 4th – July 16th (excluding July 2nd) and Sundays from August 27th – September 10th. Tickets can be purchased online and range from $40 per car for lawn seating, $60 per car for grandstand seating, $300 for box seats (seats 4) and $500 – $600 for VIP private cabanas (seats 8) and the LOOK VIP tent hosted every Sunday from June 4th-July 16th (offering private lounges or individual tickets). Shuttle service is available from Manhattan each Sunday, admission with shuttle starts at $60 per person. Gates open at 1:00 p.m. and matches start at 3:00 p.m. The field address is 1 Hurlingham Drive, Greenwich, CT 06831. There are plenty of food and drink options for guests onsite, including gourmet food trucks and a full bar. Dogs on leashes are allowed. For more information, images, player information and team stats about Greenwich Polo Club, please visit greenwichpoloclub.com, follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook and Instagram. #GreenwichPolo is the hashtag.

2017 CALENDAR: GREENWICH POLO CLUB

Day

TOURNAMENT/Event

June 4th

Sunday

Monty Waterbury Cup Polo Tournament

June 11th

Sunday

Monty Waterbury Cup Polo Tournament

June 18th

Sunday

Monty Waterbury Cup FINAL Polo Tournament

June 25th

Sunday

Silver Cup Polo Tournament

July 9th

Sunday

Silver Cup Polo Tournament

July 16th

Sunday

Silver Cup FINAL Polo Tournament

August 27th

Sunday

East Coast Open Polo Tournament

September 3rd

Sunday

East Coast Open FINAL Polo Tournament

September 10th

Sunday

Jun
15
Thu
SIGN-UPS FOR LOCAL USTA LEAGUES IS NOW OPEN IN SOUTHERN CT @ Chelsea Piers Connecticut Tickets
Jun 15 – Jul 7 all-day
SIGN-UPS FOR LOCAL USTA LEAGUES IS NOW OPEN  IN SOUTHERN CT @ Chelsea Piers Connecticut |  |  |

WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

WHEN: The 18 & Over summer USTA Leagues runs from May 1, 2017 to July 23, 2017

18&Over registration is now open until July 9, 2017

TO REGISTER: Contact Bobbi DeAngelis and Marie Vizzo at sctusta@aol.com

For more information, visit www.usta.com/league

ABOUT: USTA League
USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.

Jun
26
Mon
John Wallace Basketball Summer Camp @ Equinox Gym Tickets
Jun 26 – Jun 30 all-day
John Wallace Basketball Summer Camp @ Equinox Gym |  |  |

🏀JOHN WALLACE SUMMER BASKETBALL CAMP COMING TO ARMONK THE LAST WEEK OF JUNE, 2017🏀
John Wallace, a Heavenly Productions Foundation Board Member, former Syracuse basketball player and professional NBA player, will be hosting the John Wallace Summer Basketball Camp for boys and girls at Equinox in Armonk. The basketball camp will focus on basic skill development & basketball drills to improve and prepare your child for the upcoming basketball season.
CAMP DATES: Monday-Friday
JUNE 26- JUNE 30, 2017
For Boys and Girls-Grades 2nd-8th
CAMP LOCATION:
Equinox Gym
99 Business Park Drive
Armonk, NY 10504
HOURS OF CAMP:
9:00am-3:00pm
COST OF CAMP:
$150.00
LUNCH
Campers can bring their own lunch in a personal cooler.
~Basketball attendees will receive NY Knicks promotional gifts, certificate of attendance signed by John Wallace.
Photos and autographs allowed.~
JOHN WALLACE 🏀
• Former NBA Player – New York Knicks, Miami Heat, Detroit Pistons, Toronto Raptors and Phoenix Sun
• NCAA All-American Second Team (1996)
• Third all-time leading scorer at Syracuse (1996)
• Third all-time leading rebounder at Syracuse (1996)
John Wallace is a retired Syracuse basketball player and professional NBA player. In 1996, John was drafted in the first round by the NY Knicks. John played seven seasons in the NBA, with the NY Knicks, Toronto Raptors, Detroit Pistons, Phoenix Suns and Miami Heat. As a NY Knick, John played in 22 of the season’s first 24 games and averaged 5.5 ppg and 3.0 rpg in that stretch, which included double digit scoring in each of the season’s first five games. In January, he played in all of the team’s 16 games, recording five starts and averaging 6.1 points and shot .545 for the month.

NECS 2017 Creative Day Camp (Session 1) @ New Era Creative Space Tickets
Jun 26 – Jun 30 all-day
NECS 2017 Creative Day Camp (Session 1) @ New Era Creative Space |  |  |

CREATIVE DAY CAMP, Age 6 – 12
June 26 – 30, cost per week $350/Week, 5 Half Days 250/Week
Daily Rate $75/day (Min 2 days/week).
Limited Scholarship available for Peekskill Residents – email rf@necspace.com
Week-long creative camp at New Era Creative Space includes creative, exploratory, problem solving challenges and games, improv, stories, art, individual and team building activities, hiking and swimming at Depew park, guest teachers. Special guest teachers. Campers will work as a group, on teams and individually. Maximum 12 students. Limited scholarship available.
10% early bird discount ends May 15. Learn more and Register at www.necspace.com/events

Audubon Greenwich Nature Camp: Creepy Crawlies @ Audubon Greenwich Tickets
Jun 26 @ 9:30 am – Jun 30 @ 3:30 pm
Audubon Greenwich Nature Camp: Creepy Crawlies @ Audubon Greenwich |  |  |

Grasshoppers, spiders, slugs, and centipedes oh my! Turn over logs, scoop the pond, and roam the meadow in search of many wiggling, slithering, sliding, and hopping
invertebrates. We will examine the ground right below our feet to discover what these creatures eat, where they hide, and how they escape hungry predators.

Our weekly-themed camp programs provide a unique place for your child to explore the outdoors during their summer break. Campers build a deeper connection to the natural world through fun, experiential activities while exploring our 285-acre Main Sanctuary, which includes a beautiful teaching pond, the Byram River, Mead Lake, forests, and meadows.

Camp Hours: 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (except Twilight Investigations, Session 8: August 14-18 which will run from 3:30 – 9:30 p.m.)

Extended Care: Late Pick-up Available from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. ($50 per week)

Cost per Week

Grades K-5 • $400 members; $435 non-members
Grades 6-9 • $450 members; $485 non-members

Registration and Fees: Register online by visiting greenwich.audubon.org/summer-nature-day-camp and clicking on the link to oursecure camp registration portal. For more information please contact Gigi Lombardi at 203.930.1351 or glombardi@audubon.org. Payment (minus 25%) will be refunded for cancellations received by June 14, 2017.
Cancellations made after June 15 will NOT receive a refund.

Jun
28
Wed
Chappaqua Library Author Talk: Discovering Moths – Nighttime Jewels in Your Own Backyard @ Chappaqua Library Tickets
Jun 28 @ 7:00 pm
Chappaqua Library Author Talk: Discovering Moths - Nighttime Jewels in Your Own Backyard @ Chappaqua Library |  |  |

Meet the beautiful, fascinating and underappreciated cousins of the butterflies. Moths show amazing variety of color, shape and behavior, but since most are active at night, we often overlook them. Lecturer John Himmelman is an author, illustrator, and naturalist. Co-founder of the CT Butterfly Association. Cosponsor: Saw Mill River Audubon Society