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Doggie Trail Walk with the BRLA

Grab your family and your pups and join us for a fun, 4-legged trail hike! Treats at the finish line for humans and pups.  

Event Series Muscoot Farm Market

Muscoot Farm Market

Muscoot Farm 51 Route 100, Katonah

The Muscoot Farm Farmers Market is every Sunday from 9:30 AM until 2:30 PM from April 2 until November 19. To find a list of what vendors will be participating on a specific Sunday, please check out our calendar of events.

Event Series Mount Kisco Farmer’s Market

Mount Kisco Farmer’s Market

Mt Kisco Train Station

Local Farms, Music, Local Artisans and makers, activities and more. Located at the Mt. Kisco train station, S. Moger parking lot, Sundays (May 21 - October 29th) from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM The Mt. Kisco Farmer’s Market is proud to continue our fun and exciting community farmer’s market to Mt. Kisco. The market will be focused on engaging the community around local food, health and wellness, and the arts. Each week in addition to the local organic farmers, the market will feature a wide variety of exciting vendors. There will be a community corner, food demonstrations, live music, kids activities, nature walks, story time, and the “Open Mic Stage” where you can sign up to perform! We will also be spotlighting organizations in our community doing great work to serve others.

The Man Who Knew Too Much with Special Guests Janet Maslin and Robert Harris Q&A

Bedford Playhouse 633 Old Post Road, Bedford

Alfred Hitchcock’s The Man Who Knew Too Much was his third production in the large format VistaVision process and Perspecta stereo.  A re-make of his own 1934 British production, it expands on the themes of the original, and places James Stewart and Doris Day at the top of the superb cast.  The film was originally released in 1956, and re-issued in the early ‘60s, using prints from the original release. In 1967, all rights to four of his films – Rear Window, The Trouble with Harry, The Man Who Knew Too Much and Vertigo – reverted to his company. Hundreds of cartons of original production elements were to be delivered – at which time a decision was made that would affect the films from that moment on.  An order was sent to Paramount and Technicolor to destroy all elements world-wide with the exception of original camera negatives, protection masters, optical track negatives, and 5 prints each – 16 and 35mm.  Those elements were shipped to a non-climate-controlled warehouse in Los Angeles, and sat there until Universal licensed the films from his estate in 1983. The studio found major problems with all four films, and had to use secondary elements for […]