What To Do This Weekend In And Around Armonk

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Find out what's going on around the town of North Castle this weekend. Photo Credit: Robert Michelin

ARMONK, N.Y. – Looking for something to do this weekend in or around Armonk? Here are some events set to take place around town. For a more listings, visit our Events page.

Friday, Jan. 4

First Fridays: Music To Start Your Weekend: 7:30 p.m. First Friday at the Chappaqua Library welcomes the Zach Resnick Quintet. Resnick is a double-degree trumpet and guitar player studying jazz performance at Oberlin College and Conservatory. He has won the “Outstanding Soloist” award at the New Orleans Student Jazz Festival and has performed at many local venues such as the Bitter End, The Knitting Factory, and Fat Cat. The quintet will be playing mostly original music. Chappaqua Library 195 S. Greeley Ave.

Saturday, Jan. 5

North Castle E-Waste Collection: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Meet behind North Castle Town Hall the first Saturday of every month to dispose of your e-waste. 15 Bedford Road, Armonk.

Chappaqua Farmers Market: 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Head over to Chappaqua for farm fresh produce, meats, fish, cheese, breads, and prepared food. During the cold weather, vendors and customers will gather indoors at St. Mary’s Church in downtown Chappaqua. 191 S. Greeley Ave.

Sunday, Jan. 6

Birding Basics – Winter Birds: 10 a.m. Visit Mount Kisco to observe birds at feeding stations and how to ID our area’s most common visitors by sight, sound and feeding preference. This is a great introduction to bird watching for enthusiasts both young and old. Bring your binoculars. Not appropriate for children under five years old. RSVP by Jan. 5. $5 admission. Westmoreland Sanctuary, 260 Chestnut Ridge Road, Mount Kisco.

Blue Sky’s Studio’s Digital Animation: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Time is running out on the Katonah Museum’s exhibit, “Ice Age to The Digital Age,” which runs every day until Jan. 20. The exhibit takes a behind the scenes look at digital animation created by the artists of Blue Sky Studios, which created blockbuster films such as, “Robots,” “Ice Age,” and “Rio.” Admission is $5 for children and $7 for adults. For more information, visit www.katonahmuseum.org. 134 Jay St. (Route 22), Katonah.

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