Whether you're in search of something fun to do with the kids or you have a babysitter and are planning a night out, we've picked a selection of weekend activities for you to enjoy.
Remember to check the Patch events calendar for a full list of what's going on in town! There's much, much more!
Fox Lane Players Present: Once Upon a Mattress
Where/When: Fox Lane High School, Sat., Sun.
Why go: Catch high school talent in a family-friendly show.
Pricing: $10, $17
Easter Egg Hunt at Bell to Benefit Make-A-Wish
Where/When: Robert E. Bell Middle School, Sat.
Why go: Support a charitable group in the area and give your kids at chance to have some early Easter fun.
Where/When: Chappaqua Library, Sun.
Why go: Get a rare chance to listen to a St. Patrick's Day-themed performace for a West Point musical organization.
Bell Theatre Company Presents 'The Wizard of Oz'
Where/When: Seven Bridges Middle School, Sat., Sun.
Why go: Come see kids from Bell Middle School take on the roles of Dorothy, Toto and more!
Maple Celebration & Pancake Breakfast @ Muscoot Farm
Where/When: Muscoot Farm, Katonah
Why go: To experience "Sugaring Off" great pancakes and syrup made in New York.
Pricing: $8.00 Adult, Children under 12 $4.00, under 2 Free
Table Tennis Friendship Tournament
Where/When: Westchester Table Tennis Center on Saturday, March 16 from 4 to 7 p.m.
Why go: Pleasantville's table tennis venue is hosting the International Table Tennis Federation’s International Women's Day Celebration to celebrate the accomplishments of women and girls in the world of table tennis. Both men and women are welcome. Donations benefit Hope's Door in Pleasantville. Competitions will be held in three categories: girls 14 and under, ladies 50 and over and women's open (ages 15 to 49). Wear pink for photos! Food, clothing and toiletry donations are being collected for Hope's Door.
Where/When: Briarcliff Manor Public Library on Friday, March 15 at 7 p.m.
Why go: Check out the recent Oscar-winning flick starring and directed by Ben Affleck. The film is rated R. Light refreshments served. Registration is recommended: email email@example.com or call 941-7072.
Haroset Tasting and Making
Where/When: Rosenthal Jewish Community Center of Northern Westchester on Sunday, March 17 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Why go: Prep for Passover by marking a feast of haroset—families will make different kinds and vote for the best. There will also be a haroset bowl craft that you can take home.
Pricing: $10/child or $20/family
Fire and Ice Skate-a-Thon
Where/When: Westchester Skating Academy (91 Fairview Park Dr. Elmsford) on Friday, March 15 from 7:30 to 10 p.m.
Why go: Organized by Briarcliff High School's Nikki Metzger, the 6th annual skate-a-thon will raise funds for the Dysautonomia Youth Network of America. If you donate at least $25, your admission, skate rentals and a cup of hot chocolate are free. Learn more about the raffles and sponsorships here.
Pricing: Free admission with minimum donation
Where/When: John Jay Middle School in Cross River, performances Fri. and Sat.
Why go: Catch up-and-coming student talent and a great score by Rodgers and Hart.
GIANT Indoor Tag Sale
Where/When: Meadow Pond Elementary School, Lewisboro
Why go: Bargains! For a good cause.
Pricing: Cost of merchandise.