Experience the Best of March in Westchester County

As the winter chill begins to thaw and signs of spring emerge, Westchester County comes alive with a vibrant array of events and activities to enjoy throughout the month of March. From cultural celebrations to outdoor adventures, there's something for everyone to discover in our dynamic community. Here are just a few highlights to mark on your calendar:

Going Irish (March 2nd)

Get ready for an unforgettable Irish celebration as Andy Cooney takes the stage at The White Plains Performing Arts Center! Experience the magic of Ireland with a captivating show featuring music, dance, songs, and comedy straight from Cooney's homeland. Joining Cooney for a night of entertainment are comedian and entertainer George Casey and folk singer Ciara Fox. Get ready for plenty of laughs, fancy footwork, and Irish melodies that will leave you wanting more!

Legendary Lupone (March 2)

What better way to honor the remarkable career of Patti LuPone than with a musical memoir tour? The three-time Tony Award-winning actress is set to take audiences on a journey through her life with song, accompanied by her longtime collaborator and musical director, Joseph Thalken. From her Broadway debut in 1973's "Three Sisters" to her enduring legacy on stage, LuPone reflects on her illustrious career in a captivating performance at The Ridgefield Playhouse this month. Don't miss this opportunity to celebrate the incredible talent and achievements of one of Broadway's brightest stars!

Ring the Bel (Mar 9–May 5)

Discover the rich tapestry of Brazil's history, culture, and environmental challenges in an immersive exhibition at Verplanck's KinoSaito Arts Center. At the heart of the showcase, "Bel Falleiros: Navel-Knot//Root-Rise," lies the mesmerizing artwork, "Vermelho como Brazil [As Red as Brazil]." Using Brazilwood, a native tree known for its slow growth, Falleiros crafts vibrant fabric dyes that symbolize the country's political turmoil, ecological concerns, and breathtaking natural beauty. Experience the essence of Brazil come to life in this thought-provoking display.

Africa Ascending (Mar 17–June 30)

Explore the dynamic relationship between acclaimed artists and their personal ties to Africa, alongside its influence on Western culture, in an exciting exhibition at The Katonah Museum of Art. "There is A Body" showcases the works of David O. Alekhuogie, Sanford Biggers, Lyle Ashton Harris, and Matthew Angelo Harrison. Each artist offers a distinctive perspective on the significance of African art in the modern era and its adaptation into contemporary aesthetics. Don't miss this vibrant exploration of cultural connections and artistic innovation.

Super Songstress (March 21)

Emmylou Harris, a prominent figure in Americana music, is embarking on a tour to promote her latest album, "Hard Bargain." With thirteen Grammy Awards to her name, Harris has established herself as a versatile artist in country, alternative, and folk genres. Now, forty years into her career, she has transitioned from covering songs to writing original pieces that resonate universally while also delving into her own life experiences. Don't miss the chance to see her perform live at The Capitol Theatre!

Cracking Wise (March 22)

Renowned comedian and actress Kathy Griffin once quipped, "I constantly say things I regret; I mortify myself constantly…" and it's precisely this unfiltered honesty that endears her to audiences. Best known for her Bravo show, "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List," this two-time Emmy Award winner is bringing her new stand-up show, "My Life on the PTSD-List," to the stage at Tarrytown Music Hall. Prepare for an evening of her sharpest quips, wittiest wisecracks, and insightful pop-culture observations delivered live and unfiltered.

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