Jill Kiefer, Great Artists of the 20th Century, Gathering Room
Jun
25
1:30 PM13:30

Jill Kiefer, Great Artists of the 20th Century, Gathering Room

Part 4 of subscription series: Beginning with Paul Cezanne and Claude Monet — who took the modern era in quite different directions, we’ll examine those artists who became part of the continuum that is art history. Modernism and Postmodernism including such artists and Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso. Wassily Kandinsky, Joan Miro, Salvador Dali and many others.

Dr. Jill Kiefer, President of the Ossining Arts Council is a teaching artist and art historian. She has developed and implemented a number of comprehensive academic and lifelong learning programs in Art History, Fine Arts, Film Studies and the Humanities for nearly 40 years.

Tuition $50 for all 4 sessions; $15 per individual class. Complete the enrollment form and return with your check to Cubby 4120.

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Storm King Art Center, Cornwall, New York
Jun
26
9:15 AM09:15

Storm King Art Center, Cornwall, New York

For the seventh iteration of Storm King Art Center’s Outlooks series, artist Jean Shin has chosen to respond to a conservation project on Storm King’s grounds: twenty-four declining maple trees are being replaced with black gum, or tupelo, trees that will better stand up to changes in local climate and ground conditions. This is part of an ongoing effort to revitalize Storm King’s Maple Allée, an important historic feature in the landscape.

Shin has salvaged the wood from many trees that were removed as part of this revitalization to create a monumental picnic table. Her ensuing work, Allée Gathering, offers a communal place to rest and come together in conversation, observation, and reflection. Timber cut from several tree trunks from the former Allée are connected in one continuous, horizontal tabletop lined with benches. The vertical bisections make visible the trees’ inner cores while also revealing hidden signs of their demise. Allée Gathering preserves the memory of the lost vista in a new form, bringing attention to tree health, as well as to the intensive labor required to maintain Storm King’s landscape.

While young black gum trees now line the Allée, the maple tree stumps will remain for the duration of the exhibition to mark this transition between the two changing landscapes.

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Last Saturday: Cards, Games, and Puzzles, PDR
Jun
29
2:00 PM14:00

Last Saturday: Cards, Games, and Puzzles, PDR

Everyone is invited to join the Visual Help Committee at its inaugural session of cards, games, and puzzles on the last Saturday of each month.

Participate by choosing from any of the available fun items housed in the cabinets and drawers along “Main Street” near the Residents Lounge. There is a listing of the contents posted on the inside of each cabinet door.

We are delighted to have newly acquired items made possible by Residents Council. The items are specially designed for the visually challenged so that we can all participate.

Come alone or meet with friends to play and enjoy,

Questions? Call Amelia Augustus

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Ronnie Golz, Berlin and Germany in the Past, Present and Future, Gathering Room
Jul
1
7:30 PM19:30

Ronnie Golz, Berlin and Germany in the Past, Present and Future, Gathering Room

Ronnie Golz is a Berlin resident and lectures on economics, politics, post-war Jewish life in Germany.

His talk at Kendal covers:

The past begins with the end of WW II, Allied Occupation, the creation of 2 Germanys
The present deals with reunification and the resulting problems.
The future is about Germany and the European Union's role economically and politically in today's globalized World.

Ronnie Golz hols a diploma in Economics and Business School Teaching from Cologne and Berlin Universities. Mr Golz has been a freelance lecturer in adult education since 1970.
He has given Keynote lectures on Economics, Politics, Post-war Jewish Life in Germany and Holocaust commemoration in post-war Germany for German and Jewish university departments in multiple cities of the U.S.A, France, Britain, Ireland, Israel & Italy.

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Fourth of July at Kendal on Hudson, Gathering Room
Jul
4
7:00 PM19:00

Fourth of July at Kendal on Hudson, Gathering Room

This year’s Fourth of July show at Kendal on Hudson will begin at 7:00 pm on Thursday, July 4th. Attendees will get a chance to vote on the question, “Who was the greatest American President?” Art Brady will extol George Washington, while Harry Phillips will praise Abraham Lincoln and Anne White will glorify Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Muriel Fox, co-producer of our annual celebration with Harry Phillips, predicted a lively discussion. She pointed out that in the 2017 Fourth of July show here, our independent-minded KoH residents voted “The Star-Spangled Banner” a dismal third place as our choice for America’s national anthem.

 The Kendal Singers, led by Bob Singleton, will perform several patriotic songs with the audience singing along. Frank Neuwirth will read excerpts from our Declaration of Independence. Then the Kendal Players, led by Lois Seulowitz, will recite our much misquoted Bill of Rights.

As always, residents will have several choices for observing nearby Fourth of July fireworks together.

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Andy O'Rourke,  Bridging Communities:  An insider's Guide to the Tappan Zee Replacement Bridge., Gathering Room
Jul
8
7:30 PM19:30

Andy O'Rourke, Bridging Communities: An insider's Guide to the Tappan Zee Replacement Bridge., Gathering Room

Andrew O’Rourke, Public Outreach Administrator of the new Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, returns for his fourth presentation about the Tappan Zee Bridge replacement project which began in late 2013 and ended in September 2018. This new 3.1 mile twin-span bridge costing $3.98 Billion is one of the largest single design-build contracts in the U.S. The cable-stayed span crosses one of the widest parts of the Hudson River and is the largest in NY State history.

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Frick Collection, New York City
Jul
10
9:30 AM09:30

Frick Collection, New York City

The Frick Collection presents a selection of paintings, drawings, prints, and photographs related to Giambattista Tiepolo’s first significant project outside of Venice, a series of ceiling frescoes for Palazzo Archinto in Milan. The frescoes were painted between 1730 and 1731 and commissioned by Count Carlo Archinto, one of the most prominent patrons and intellectuals in Milan during the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. Tragically, Palazzo Archinto was bombed during World War II and its interior was completely destroyed.

Tiepolo in Milan includes more than fifty objects from collections in the United States and Europe to tell the story of this important commission. Five preparatory works by Tiepolo are featured: three paintings (among them, the Frick’s oil sketch Perseus and Andromeda) and two drawingsComplementary drawings and several books of illustrations by the artist are on view, alongside black-and-white photographs taken between 1897 and the late 1930s, the only surviving records of the finished frescoes in situ.

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Ciaran Sheehan/ Sue Anderson, piano: Music of the Night! The Phantom Returns to Kendal, Gathering Room
Jul
14
3:00 PM15:00

Ciaran Sheehan/ Sue Anderson, piano: Music of the Night! The Phantom Returns to Kendal, Gathering Room

Dublin-born Ciarán Sheehan is an acclaimed actor, singer, voice healer whose performances have been said to warm the heart and touch the soul. There is an amazing quality to his voice and his ability to capture an audience is nothing short of remarkable. 

Ciarán played the role of The Phantom in “The Phantom of The Opera” for over 1,000 performances on Broadway and in Toronto. But perhaps of more importance than his accomplishments is his sincere desire to use his incredible talents to inspire others to look within themselves to discover their own inner beauty.

Ciarán’s current projects include his three shows: “Ciarán ~ An Evening with Friends,” “Awaken,” and “Broadway and Beyond,” as well as various special events and stage production projects. He is also delighted to be collaborating on original music for his next CD project as well as in the early stages of an autobiography book project. He studies voice with David Jones and acting with Terry Schreiber and Larry Moss in New York City.

Sue Anderson’s career has been full and varied, ranging from Broadway productions to films to recordings.  

As a conductor and musical director, Ms. Anderson has worked with the Broadway and national touring companies of “Pirates of Penzance,” “Me and My Girl,” and “Cats.”  She played in the orchestra pits of “Chitty Bang,” “Woman in White,” “A Catered Affair,” “Spamalot,” “The Lion King,” and “Something Rotten.”  She has conducted Pops concerts with the Milwaukee, Detroit, Phoenix, Portland, and Shreveport orchestras and, most recently, conducted the London Philharmonia at Abbey Road Studios. 

An accomplished pianist, Ms. Anderson was the featured on-stage pianist in Broadway's “Jerry’s Girl.” She also performs regularly at Carnegie Hall with the all-state choirs produced by Field Studies International.

A Post-performance reception will be held in the Private Dining Room

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David Bayne, Furniture Conservator, Darwin D. Martin House, Gathering Room
Jul
15
7:30 PM19:30

David Bayne, Furniture Conservator, Darwin D. Martin House, Gathering Room

Frank Lloyd Wright designed a unique residential complex for wealthy Buffalo businessman Darwin D. Martin and his family between 1903-1905. The most substantial of Wright’s Prairie houses in the Eastern US, the Darwin D. Martin House, which received National Historic Landmark status in 1986, is considered one of Wright’s finest achievements of the Prairie period and, indeed, of his entire career.

On Monday evening, July 15, furniture conservator David Bayne will outline the work he has been doing for the house’s furniture collection. 

 Since 1992 David Bayne has been the Furniture Conservator for the NYS Bureau of Historic Sites, located in Waterford, NY. The BHS has 35 historic sites and about 20 of them contain furniture for which he is responsible.  A 1976 Reed College graduate, David worked for 10 years as a timber framer, a musical instrument maker, and a custom furnituremaker. In 1990, he graduated from the Smithsonian Institution’s Furniture Conservation Training Program. He worked on mostly 18th century American furniture for the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, the US Department of State, the Winterthur Museum, and private clients. At the Shelburne Museum in VT, he also worked on wooden folk sculpture of all sorts.

 

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New York Historical Society, New York City
Jul
17
9:15 AM09:15

New York Historical Society, New York City

Participants will be treated to “Hudson Rising: An Environmental Odyssey,” an exploration of 200 years of ecological change and environmental activism along the Hudson River through artifacts, media and Hudson River School paintings plus ways to restore and re-engineer the river as a result of climate change.

Also showing will be exhibitions of “Stonewall 50,” the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising and gay liberation movement; Cole Porter’s 1907 piano on loan from the Waldorf-Astoria; “Augusta Savage: Renaissance Woman (1892-1962),” a celebration of African-American culture by a woman who overcame poverty and discrimination to become an influential 20th-century artist; an historic Bible collection; Audubon birds; and Tiffany lamps.

As usual, sign-up for trips must be made in the Trips Book located in the Activities Alcove.

 

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The Grand Central Eagle of Phiipse Manor Train Station, Gathering Room
Jul
29
7:30 PM19:30

The Grand Central Eagle of Phiipse Manor Train Station, Gathering Room

Kendal residents may not be aware that one of 11 eagles that graced the clock towers following the 1898 Grand Central Station renovation landed at the Philipse Manor Train Station in 1911.  The eagle’s impressive 14-foot wingspan continues to grace the train station and enhance commuters’ rides today.  But the eagle is in dire need of restoration if it is going to survive for future generations.  

A conservation assessment has determined that there is extensive corrosion, including potential structural damage. A committee of local residents has come together to address the issues and save the eagle.  On Monday evening, July 29, residents are invited to learn about this project so close to our own back yard.


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David Shenton "O Sole Trio"  - Hooray for Hollywood
Aug
18
3:00 PM15:00

David Shenton "O Sole Trio" - Hooray for Hollywood

The New York based ensemble features the lush voices of soprano Erin Shields and baritone Giuseppe Spoletini, as well as the versatile and virtuosic David Shenton on piano and violin. O Sole Trio's shows are both touching and humorous, featuring a program that showcases jazz and pop standards made popular by such singers as Louis Prima, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Connie Francis and Andrea Bocelli. They breathe new life into these familiar favorites with their unique and innovative arrangements. 

On Sunday, August 18, the Trio will present a program, “Hooray for Hollywood,” featuring songs from our favorite films…Singing in the Rain, Moon River, As Time Goes By, The Way We Were, and many more.

 

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Matt Ganis, The Search for Other Worlds, Gathering Room
Jun
24
7:30 PM19:30

Matt Ganis, The Search for Other Worlds, Gathering Room

Matt Ganis has held many lead architectural and managerial roles in IBM over his 22 year career. Hired as an IBM system programmer, he progressed to networking and later was responsible for the creation of the first IBM Corporate-level firewall to the Internet.

 He was involved in creation and operation of the Internet infrastructure that served the Olympic websites for the Atlanta, Nagano and Sydney games. Currently he is the lead architect of the International Space Station's Amateur telescope project whose goal is to place a telescope on the space station that could be used by any interested individual or group of individuals worldwide, especially schools.

An Adjunct Professor of Computer Science and Astronomy at Pace in Pleasantville, Matt teaches at both the undergraduate and graduate level. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science and an MBA in Information Systems from Pace as well as a Master of Science in Astronomy from the University of Western Sydney Australia.

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Dr.  Margrethe Juncker, Rays of Hope Hospice, Jinja, Uganda, Gathering Room
Jun
21
7:30 PM19:30

Dr. Margrethe Juncker, Rays of Hope Hospice, Jinja, Uganda, Gathering Room

Dr. Margrethe Juncker, daughter-in-law of Phyllis and Peter Davies, is the medical director of Rays of Hope Hospice in Jinja, Uganda. Rays of Hope Hospice is a non-profit interfaith organization which since 2005 has provided care to patients with life-limiting illnesses in a very poor area of Uganda with a population of 3.5 million. Its mission is to provide palliative care and improve the quality of life for all people with life-threatening illnesses and their families.

Dr. Juncker’s talk will include a slide show with beautiful photos taken by a prize-winning Dutch photographer to take us into the homes of Ugandan residents receiving hospice care.

After receiving her medical degree in her native Denmark, Margrethe earned a master’s of public health and tropical medicine from Tulane University. She and her husband Kenneth Davies, married in the Sudan in 1986. Since then, they lived and educated their five children in Africa and Asia. Ken was the program director for the UN World Food Program until his retirement in 2015. They now live in Uganda.

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Faith Group Welcomes Father John Vigilanti, Gathering Room
Jun
20
10:00 AM10:00

Faith Group Welcomes Father John Vigilanti, Gathering Room

On Thursday, June 20th at 10:00 am the Faith Group, a Kendal Discussion Program, will welcome Father John Vigilanti, the pastor of the Church of the Magdalena in Pocantico Hills.

Father Vigilanti will be speaking of “Is the Importance of Religion Declining in the U.S.?”

Father Vigilanti is known to many here at Kendal and is making his second appearance at the Faith Group.

All residents are welcome.

Questions? Get in touch with Gene DuBow

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New York Botanical Garden, Bronx
Jun
19
9:00 AM09:00

New York Botanical Garden, Bronx

Brazilian Modern: The Living Art of Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994) . Discover this landscape architect, innovative artist and conservationist through a specially created garden with tall palm trees and lush tropical plants of Brazil; signature curved, patterned pathways; a sculptural water feature and a living wall. His vibrant paintings, drawing and textiles are on view in the Mertz Library.

The exhibition also includes a recreated Sitio, his home and living laboratory of plants near Rio, where he entertained friends from around the world.

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Jill Kiefer, Great Artists of the 20th Century, Gathering Room
Jun
18
1:30 PM13:30

Jill Kiefer, Great Artists of the 20th Century, Gathering Room

Part 3 of subscription series: Beginning with Paul Cezanne and Claude Monet — who took the modern era in quite different directions, we’ll examine those artists who became part of the continuum that is art history. Modernism and Postmodernism including such artists and Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso. Wassily Kandinsky, Joan Miro, Salvador Dali and many others.

Dr. Jill Kiefer, President of the Ossining Arts Council is a teaching artist and art historian. She has developed and implemented a number of comprehensive academic and lifelong learning programs in Art History, Fine Arts, Film Studies and the Humanities for nearly 40 years.

Tuition $50 for all 4 sessions; $15 per individual class. Complete the enrollment form and return with your check to Cubby 4120.

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Marc Cheshire, History of Croton Point, Gathering Room
Jun
17
7:30 PM19:30

Marc Cheshire, History of Croton Point, Gathering Room

Croton Point, now the site of Croton Point Park, was once one of the largest tidal marshes on the Hudson River. Its human history dates back 7,000 years to the time of the first Native American settlements. Today you can find oyster middens on the northern tip, abundant evidence of a major brickmaking operation, and vaulted wine cellars from an early commercial vineyard. There are tales of Captain Kidd’s buried treasure and links to the capture of Major John André during the Revolution.

Marc Cheshire's interest in local history began when he first moved to Croton-on-Hudson and met his next door neighbor, Joyce Finnerty, who was then the Village Historian. When she told him that the foundation of his house was made of stone left over from the construction of the New Croton Dam and that a Native American skeleton had once been discovered at the end of his driveway, he became fascinated by the rich history of the Croton area. In 2012 he started a blog, Croton: History and Mysteries (www.crotonhistory.org) to share his research with the community. He was appointed Village Historian last year.

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Trip to Garrison and Cold Spring
Jun
12
9:30 AM09:30

Trip to Garrison and Cold Spring

Garrison and Cold Spring, NY, two riverside villages in the Hudson Highlands will be explored. Garrison Landing historical district, with its wooden houses and commercial structures dating to the 1850”s with a splendid view across the Hudson River of West Point;

A Cold Spring walking tour of the charming village’s shops, antique stores and art galleries. After lunch there will be a drive through the well-preserved 19th-century historical district to Dockside Park with dramatic views of the Hudson River and Storm King Mountain.

Signup for the trip is, as usual, in the Trips Book located in the Activities Alcove.

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The Court System of New York State, Gathering Room
Jun
11
3:30 PM15:30

The Court System of New York State, Gathering Room

Do you know the difference between Family Court, Criminal Court, and County Court in New York State?

Did you know that New York's Supreme Court is not the state's highest court?

The town of Ossining Judge Michael Tawil and former Westchester Assistant District Attorney Robert Prisco will untangle the intricacies and peculiarities of the New York State court system for you.

This great chance to meet these two top-flight attorneys (without a fee) will take place on Tuesday, June 11th at 3:30 pm in the Private Dining Room. Bring your questions. Non-legal questions? Get in touch with Annette Leyden or Martin Smolin.

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Jill Kiefer, Great Artists of the 20th Century, Gathering Room
Jun
11
1:30 PM13:30

Jill Kiefer, Great Artists of the 20th Century, Gathering Room

Part 2 of subscription series: Beginning with Paul Cezanne and Claude Monet — who took the modern era in quite different directions, we’ll examine those artists who became part of the continuum that is art history. Modernism and Postmodernism including such artists and Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso. Wassily Kandinsky, Joan Miro, Salvador Dali and many others.

Dr. Jill Kiefer, President of the Ossining Arts Council is a teaching artist and art historian. She has developed and implemented a number of comprehensive academic and lifelong learning programs in Art History, Fine Arts, Film Studies and the Humanities for nearly 40 years.

Tuition $50 for all 4 sessions; $15 per individual class. Complete the enrollment form and return with your check to Cubby 4120.

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Jack Viertel,  The Tonys, Gathering Room
Jun
10
7:30 PM19:30

Jack Viertel, The Tonys, Gathering Room

Jack Viertel is the senior vice president of Jujamcyn Theaters, which owns and operates five Broadway theaters. He has been involved in dozens of productions presented by Jujamcyn since 1987, including multiple Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winners, from City of Angels to Angels in America. He has also helped shepherd six of August Wilson’s plays to Broadway.

He is the artistic director of New York City Center’s acclaimed Encores! series, which presents three musical productions every season. In that capacity he has overseen fifty shows, for some of which he adapted the scripts. He conceived the long-running Smokey Joe’s Cafe and the critically acclaimed After Midnight and has been a creative consultant on many shows, including HairsprayA Christmas Story, and Dear Evan Hansen.

He was the Mark Taper Forum’s dramaturg and the drama critic and arts editor of the Los Angeles Herald Examiner, and he has spent a decade teaching musical theater at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.

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Digital Help Session
Jun
8
1:30 PM13:30

Digital Help Session

Great News! Computer Committee volunteers and a Hackley School student will be available on Saturday, June 8, 2019, to offer help with your smartphone, tablet, or computer.

Bring your charged smartphone, tablet or laptop, your power cord, and your password to a free Computer Committee Digital Help Session at the Residents Association Office (RAO) on C Level near the Clermont Bridge.

OR

Request a home visit: A Hackley School student and your Computer Committee Volunteer will come to your apartment to help you with your computer.

Space is limited. Sign up at the shelf in the Activities Alcove opposite the Computer Room. For further information, call Peter Bermas or contact Caroline Persell by email.

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A Tony Preview Evening of Song, Gathering Room
Jun
7
7:30 PM19:30

A Tony Preview Evening of Song, Gathering Room

At 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 7, Catherine Nesbit, director of the Kendal Chorus, returns with her voice students to entertain us with songs from Tony Award-winning shows … Fiddler on the Roof, Cinderella, Into the Woods, Chess, Hairspray, Flower Drum Song, Children of Eden and many more!

Come and enjoy the music of Stephen Sondheim, Cole Porter, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Stephen Schwartz and George Gershwin. Included will be a Tony Award Jeopardy contest starring Steven McCormick as Alex Trebek.

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Jill Kiefer, Great Artists of the 20th Century, Gathering Room
Jun
4
1:30 PM13:30

Jill Kiefer, Great Artists of the 20th Century, Gathering Room

Part 1 of subscription series: Beginning with Paul Cezanne and Claude Monet — who took the modern era in quite different directions, we’ll examine those artists who became part of the continuum that is art history. Modernism and Postmodernism including such artists and Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso. Wassily Kandinsky, Joan Miro, Salvador Dali and many others.

Dr. Jill Kiefer, President of the Ossining Arts Council is a teaching artist and art historian. She has developed and implemented a number of comprehensive academic and lifelong learning programs in Art History, Fine Arts, Film Studies and the Humanities for nearly 40 years.

Tuition $50 for all 4 sessions; $15 per individual class. Complete the enrollment form and return with your check to Cubby 4120.

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Anthony Czarnecki, Churchill in Westchester, Gathering Room
Jun
3
7:30 PM19:30

Anthony Czarnecki, Churchill in Westchester, Gathering Room

This year marks the 75th anniversary of D-DAY, the largest multi-national military invasion during World War II to defeat Nazi Germany. America’s most prominent partner in this secret undertaking was Winston Churchill, the wartime Prime Minister of Great Britain. Eight years before he emerged on the world stage, Winston Churchill delivered an historic lecture on The World Crisis at the newly-opened Westchester County Center in White Plains in 1932 during a two-month U.S.lecture tour.

 Author/ historian Anthony Czarnecki reveals the fascinating story behind Churchill’s appearance in Westchester County, what he said to an audience of 1,500 people, and how his remarks came to re-shape post-war Europe.

Mr. Czarnecki is the author of When Winston Churchill Spoke in Westchester County. He is a long-time member of the International Churchill Society and serves on the Board of Trustees of the Westchester County Historical Society.

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Copeland House Quartet Concert on the Terrace
Jun
1
3:00 PM15:00

Copeland House Quartet Concert on the Terrace

Music from Copland House, featuring pianist Michael Boriskin and a string trio, will present a special concert for residents under a tent on the Terrace. The program will be a repeat of the May 31 Concert on the Hudson arranged by KoH Administration for potential Kendal residents. Here are the details:

  • 3:00 pm Pre-concert light refreshments on the Terrace

  • 4:00 pm Program begins

  • 5:30 pm . Program concludes

Seating is limited. To confirm attendance, sign up in the book at the front desk by May 15.

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Anne Winner: Simple Printmaking Without a Press, Art Room
May
24
10:00 AM10:00

Anne Winner: Simple Printmaking Without a Press, Art Room

We will roll water-based ink on a plexiglass plate, lay paper on top, and draw using pencil, fingers, and sticks.

Anne Winner is a painter, printmaker, and teacher. Her work has been exhibited throughout New Jersey and New York

Limited to 12 people, $15 fee. Make checks out to KoH Residents Association. Write “Art Workshop “ on memo line. Put in cubby 3312.

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Artificial Intelligence & Power: China & the U.S., Gathering Room.
May
22
1:30 PM13:30

Artificial Intelligence & Power: China & the U.S., Gathering Room.

“Artificial Intelligence … will lead to a profound military revolution…” according to the director of China’s central military and technology commission. What are China’s goals and efforts and what do they mean for American security and for the Chinese population?

Marjorie Miller, Prof. of Philosophy and Asian Studies Emerita, lectures extensively around the Tri-State area.

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School Budget Elections, Morse School Cafeteria - Transportation available
May
21
7:00 AM07:00

School Budget Elections, Morse School Cafeteria - Transportation available

Eligible Sleepy Hollow residents will be able to vote on the 2019-2020 School Budget on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 from 7am-9pm. Transportation will be available to the Morse School to vote. If you will not be here on May 21 to vote, you may request an absentee ballot.

Get the Absentee Ballot form from Annette Leyden or Martin Smolin. It needs to be mailed to the Board of Education of the Tarrytowns.

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Kendal on Hudson Chorus Spring Concert, Gathering Room
May
20
7:30 PM19:30

Kendal on Hudson Chorus Spring Concert, Gathering Room

On Monday, May 20 at 7:30 pm, the Kendal Chorus will present its Spring concert, What a Wonderful World, in the Gathering Room.

This concert presents an evening of poetry and music, exploring. Featured will be poems of Mary Oliver and Wendell Berry, and the music of J.S. Bach, Antonio Salieri, George Gershwin, Al Jolson, Andy Beck, and Andrew Miller.

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