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Thanksgiving at Bear Mountain Inn

Thanksgiving reminds us to give thanks for the things around us, including you. You are a part of our Bear Mountain Inn family and we invite you to join us for our Thanksgiving feast. Imagine a picture-perfect table, family atmosphere, and lots of laughs on this special holiday and you don’t have to prepare or clean up anything! Reserve a spot at our Thanksgiving table, then just enjoy your family. Celebrate Thanksgiving at Bear Mountain Inn! Reservations are required. Call 845-786-2731 ext. 1000. Space is limited.
Dates: 
11/22/2018
Seating available at 11 am, 11:30 am, 1 pm, and 2 pm
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Location:

55 Hessian Drive Bear Mountain PO BOX 351
Bear Mountain, NY, 10911
United States

Phone:

845-786-2731 ext. 1000

Thanksgiving Weekend At the Wildlife Education Center

Bring the family for post-holiday fun! Visit with our live animals and find out what they had for Thanksgiving Dinner. “Meet the Animals” presentations at 1pm and 2:30pm. Shop for nature themed holiday gifts and/or purchase an Animal Sponsorship as a unique holiday gift or for yourself! Gain a special friend and support its care at the Museum.
Dates: 
11/23/2018
11/24/2018
11/25/2018
12 pm – 4 pm
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Location:

Wildlife Education Center
25 Boulevard
Cornwalll-on-Hudson, NY, 12520
United States

Phone:

845-534-5506

Nathan Lee in Concert

Young Virtuoso Nathan Lee comes to Sleepy Hollow in Concert
Dates: 
11/03/2018
8pm
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Location:

Sleepy Hollow High School
210 North Broadway
Sleepy Hollow , NY, 10591
United States

Phone:

917-742-3777

Somers Veterans Day Parade and Ceremony

Parade 10:30am Starts at Bailey Park Ceremony 11:00am Veterans Memorial Refreshments to Follow at Somers Town House
Dates: 
11/11/2018
Parade 10:30am Ceremony 11:00am
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Organization:

Town of Somers

Location:

335 Route 202
Somers, NY, 10589
United States

Phone:

914-232-8441

NY Metro Reptile Show

The Northeast's largest reptile expo! More than 150 reptile breeders will have thousands of live pet reptiles, amphibians, and arachnids on display and for sale at discounted prices. Vendors will also be selling a huge selection of cages, racks, frozen rodents, feeder bugs, and many other reptile related items.
Dates: 
11/25/2018
9 am - 4 pm
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Location:

Westchester County Center
198 Central Avenue
White Plains, NY, 10606
United States

Phone:

(845) 526-4845

Washington Irving's Sunnyside Tours

A visit to Sunnyside is an enchanted adventure in a romantic landscape and a much-loved riverside home that has been charming visitors for generations.
Dates: 
11/03/2018
11/04/2018
11/07/2018
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Location:

3 W Sunnyside Lane
Irvington, NY, 10533
United States

Phone:

914-366-6900

City of White Plains-Veteran’s Day

White Plains will commemorate Veteran’s Day on Saturday, November 11th, with its annual ceremony sponsored by the Mayor’s Memorial and Veteran’s Day Board. Please call 914-422-1200 for further information.
Dates: 
11/11/2018
10:30 a.m.
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Organization:

City of White Plains

Location:

255 Main Street
White Plains, NY, 10601
United States

Phone:

914.422.1339

The Great Jack-o-lantern Blaze

The tri-state area’s biggest, most electrifying fall event Meander through an 18th-century landscape and discover a breathtaking display of more than 7,000 illuminated jack o’ lanterns—all designed and hand-carved on site by our team of artisans! Witness a windmill go round and round (with pumpkins all around). Visit our brand new medieval castle and listen for the who-whooo… a flock of jack o’lantern owls is standing guard! Star cross your selfie game with Instagrammable-scale signs of the zodiac. Stroll across the Pumpkin Zee Bridge, watch our Pumpkin Carousel twirl, gaze in wonder at swimming aquatic creatures and a giant Sea Serpent. Get mesmerized by a color-changing star show in the Pumpkin Planetarium. Discover an awe-inspiring jack o’lantern Statue of Liberty rising to the sky! Complete with synchronized lighting and an original soundtrack, this innovative spectacle is not-to-be-missed! More than 1,000 volunteers help scoop, carve, and light the pumpkins and every single jack o’lantern is hand-carved on site by our team of professional artists.
Dates: 
11/03/2018
11/04/2018
11/07/2018
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Location:

639 Bedford Road
Pocantico Hills, NY, 10591
United States

Phone:

914.631.8200

World War I in American Memory & Veterans Day Commemoration at Saint Paul's Church National Historic Site

Veterans Day Commemoration, observing the centennial of Armistice Day, 1918, with a 1 PM talk about memories of the First World War by Professor Kimberly J. Lamay Licursi of Siena College, based on her recently published book, “Remembering World War I in America”. Arrive early, at 11 AM, for our Veterans Day commemorartive cermony, in the church and historic cemetery, honoring veterans of the First World War buried at St. Paul's. Keynote spekaer will be Kristyn Reed, Director of the Office of Veterans Affairs of Mt. Vernon, NY.
Dates: 
11/10/2018
11 AM - 2:30 PM
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Location:

897 South Columbus Avenue
Mount Vernon, NY, 10550
United States

Phone:

(914) 667-4116