This October, local organizations and groups in Westchester will observe Hispanic Heritage Month, a nationwide celebration of the histories, traditions, cultures and contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. Audiences of all ages will experience and embrace Hispanic culture through a diverse range of offerings, including live concerts, dance performances, hands-on workshops, films, children’s activities and more.
Historic Hudson Valley Adds New Event to Seasonal Lineup Guests take a selfie at The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze (photo credit: Tom Nycz for Historic Hudson Valley) With Sleepy Hollow right in its backyard, Historic Hudson Valley and its surrounding community embrace John Irving’s Legend of Sleepy Hollow novel with a series of annual Halloween-related ... Read More »
CORNucopia (photo courtesy of Historic Hudson Valley) September 1-3: CORNucopia Step into the 1750s during this celebration of corn and discover its tradition within the Hudson Valley. This Labor Day weekend, Historic Hudson Valley will introduce corn to its Philipse Manor audiences in a unique way, from sweet corn ice cream to live bluegrass and folk ... Read More »