The PERFECT Girls’ Night Outback! Australia’s HOTTEST Export – Thunder From Down Under – hits an intimate Peekskill stage showing off chiseled bodies, seductive dance routines, cheeky humor and boy-next-door charm that you won’t be able to resist! Each sexy performer embodies a different female fantasy and brings it to life, turning your wildest dreams into reality. This isn’t the type of show you just sit and watch – Thunder is a fully interactive experience!
Lasdon Park and Arboretum is an historic setting, well-situated and with road visibility on Route 35, with easy access from Rt. 100 and exit 6 off Rt. 684.
Along with a large array of antiques, the show will feature skilled artisans who create beautiful objects in many media, including wood, basketry, jewelry, and textiles. This will add a fresh dimension to the traditional antiques show and should bring in a more diverse group of buyers. The show will be both on an open field, where you may bring your own tents, and in assigned booth spaces under a larger multi vender tent.
The very popular food truck, Fork in the Road will also be on the lawn.
This is an ideal setting in which to display your wares in a high-traffic and well-heeled area. Because of the pristine quality of the property, absolutely no pets are allowed.
Summer Dance Camp for Kids and Teens at Ballroom DanceSport Center, Fairfield, CT.
Join us for a great summer of Ballroom/Latin Recreational Dance, Dancesport, Fitness Dance and Performance Dance Classes, make new friends and create lasting memories.
Ballroom DanceSport Center Camp programs are weeklong camp designed for kids of all abilities, ages 5–14 years.
The kids work together as members of a Performance/Formation Team.
End of the week culminates in a final performance for family and friends.
Boys and Girls are welcome.
CAMP ACTIVITIES AND TRAINING INCLUDE:
Stretching/flexibility exercises to improve balance, posture and body flexibility
Fitness training to increase kids endurance, muscles control, stamina
Learning basic steps of competitive ballroom dancing like ChaChacha, Waltz, Jive
Choreographed team routine to perform at the end of the camp
Variety of exciting games to understand rhythm of the music, recognize tempo and melody, how to listen to music and move, develop an artistic expression.
June 18, 19, 20, 21, 22
June 25, 26, 27, 28, 29
July 9, 10, 11, 12, 13
July 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
July 23, 24, 25, 26, 27
July 30, 31, August 1, 2, 3
August 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
August 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
Camp hours: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM, 5 days Camp
Rate: $350 per participant/ $325 per sibling
Join The Mental Health Association of Westchester for an empowering and energetic community-driven mega-yoga event featuring mindfulness, meditation, movement and music on Wednesday, June 20th in downtown White Plains.
When you get on your mat alongside hundreds of others who are passionate about wellness, you send a strong message to our community: that you believe #MentalHealthMatters. Together, our collective physical movements are more than just synchronized stretches and poses – they are part of a true movement to end the stigma that so often surrounds behavioral health issues. Your support truly makes a difference!
$30 General Admission
$15 Little Yogis
First 125 registrants will receive a free t-shirt from White Plains Hospital
5:30 pm registration/check in; live music & yoga marketplace
6:30 pm hour-long yoga class, suitable for all levels, led by renowned teacher Sarah-Platt Finger. The co-founder of ISHTA Yoga, LLC and the private yoga teacher of Dr. Deepak Chopra, Sarah teaches trainings, workshops, and retreats internationally with her husband, Yoga Master Alan Finger.
This event raises vital awareness and support for behavioral health issues and services while illustrating the positive impact of yoga on mental wellness.
Putnam County Wine & Food Fest® (PCWFF) — now in its 8th year, is a two-day event that supports the region’s agri-business, features hard cider, spirts, wineries, arts and crafts, food vendors, cooking and mixologist demonstrations, children activities and live music. Its goal is to give back to the community while partnering with local charities which affords them the opportunity to use a code to receive 45% of all sales tracked to that code!
Presented by Greenergy Productions, LLC, the Putnam County Wine & Food Fest® will be held at Patterson Fire Department (Grounds), 13 Burdick Road, in Patterson, NY. It is ideally located in the Hudson Valley region; an hour away from New York City, and a stone’s throw away from Pawling, Dutchess County, NY, Westchester County, New Fairfield, Greenwich, and Danbury, CT.
PCWFF is a family-friendly experience, all are encouraged to come and connect with, be educated about, and support the variety of cultures represented in food, music, and art.
Get ready for the eighth annual Putnam County Wine & Food Fest – The most fun you will have all Summer long!
Enjoy the best wine and spirits New York has to offer, plus live music, chef demonstrations, and great food! Sample wines, spirits, or ciders from some of New York’s and beyond most renowned producers. And, if you like what you taste, purchase by a bottle to go or buy a case to enjoy your favorites all year long. Bring a blanket and lawn chairs and enjoy savory foods while rocking to the rhythmic sounds of live music. There will be arts and crafts, exhibits, and two full days of live entertainment – even for kids. So, bring the whole family and enjoy a day full of fun and entertainment!
The Putnam County Wine & Food Fest is taking place on Saturday, August 25 (11am until 6pm), and Sunday, August 26 (11am until 5pm), 2018 at the Patterson Fire Department (Grounds) 13 Burdick Road, (off Route 311) Patterson, NY 12563.
The Festival is ideally located in the Hudson Valley region and a stone’s throw away from Pawling, Dutchess County, NY, New Fairfield and Danbury, CT.
Take Metro-North’s Harlem Line to Patterson Station. Check schedules at mta.info.mnr. Venue is within walking distance from the station.
This is an outdoor event and will be held rain or shine. No Refunds. Free Parking at the venue.
So, come out and enjoy some late summer fun for the entire family!
68th annual Jewelry, Gem & Mineral Show of the Danbury Mineralogical Society. New Milford High School, 388 Danbury Road, at the intersection of Route 7 and Larson Road. Admission $5; Senior Citizens & Students $4; Children under 12 & Scouts in Uniform FREE. Saturday 10 – 5; Sunday 10 – 4. Mineral displays & a club information table; raffle & door prizes.
The Rockland Lodge 2176 of the Sons of Italy will host the 9th Annual Blauvelt Sons of Italy Italian Feast and Carnival at Tappan Masonic Park Fair Grounds September 13th through the 16th. The popular event draws thousands of people from around the tri-state area during the spectacular four-day celebration of all things Italian and has been recognized as one of the biggest events in Rockland County. More information can be found at www.blauveltsonsofitaly.org .
This year’s event will attempt to break a world record for the most people eating pasta at one time! The event will take place on Sunday,
September 16th in the afternoon. More information will be available on the Lodge website in the coming months.
The Feast features an amazing array of Italian food, main dishes such as sausage and peppers, brick oven pizza made right on site, a huge variety of pasta dishes and seafood specialties, a section devoted entirely to barbecue favorites, as well as delicious Italian desserts and pastries including zeppoles, cannoli’s and sfogliatella, Italian ices and ice cream as well as typical carnival fare such as kettle corn, cotton candy, chicken and lamb kabobs and more. Beer and wine are available each day.
RIDES AND GAMES
The Italian Feast offers a separate area with rides and carnival games for all ages. From carousels, teacup and dinosaur rides for the little ones, to an enormous Ferris wheel, gravity defying Pirate Ship, and dizzying octopus whip and the challenge of a mechanical bull for teens and adults, there is a thrill ride for every member of the family. Carnival games include fishing and ring toss type games for the younger ones to more challenging games of skill for older attendees. Carnival bracelets which offer a discount are available at the gate each day.
For adults over 21, the Italian Feast features a casino with tables for black jack and poker as well as wheels of chance. Located inside the pavilion, the casino comes alive each night.
More than 50 vendors are on site each year at the Feast selling items such as jewelry, home goods, hand-made artwork, and clothing including Italian culture themed items such “gravy or sauce” T-shirts and sweatshirts, hats and more featuring the Italian flag and outline of Italy. Every year the Feast features hand-rolled cigars made right on site while you wait.
The four-day Festival is a showcase for area talent and the live entertainment. The schedule changes right up until the week of the Feast and updates can be found on the Sons of Italy website at www.blauveltsonsofitaly.org
HOURS, TICKETS AND LODGING
Hours for the festival are Thursday 5pm – 11pm, Friday 5pm – midnight, Saturday Noon – midnight and Sunday will begin with an outdoor mass at 10:30am and the Festival will be open from noon until 9pm. The festival takes place at Masonic Park located at 89 Western Highway in Tappan, New York. Updated information can be found on the Sons of Italy website at www.blauveltsonsofitaly.org.
MORE ABOUT THE ROCKLAND LODGE 2176
The Rockland Lodge 2176 Order of The Sons of Italy was established in 1966 with the goal of enhancing the image of people of Italian descent and has grown into one of the most active organizations in Rockland County. The group, with members from Rockland and Bergen County, donates funds to a variety of non-profits from the proceeds of the Italian Feast and provides scholarships to students throughout the year. More information, including how to become a member, can be found on their website at www.blauveltsonsofitaly.org. Be sure to follow up dates on their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/blauveltsons The Lodge, located on Van Wyck Road in Blauvelt, is available for hall rentals and more information can be found on the website.