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What's Happening in Eastchester This Weekend

EASTCHESTER, N.Y. – Beautiful weather is expected to accompany this weekend’s variety of activities, including the fifth annual Green Day Festival in Eastchester and a pair of programs at the Greenburgh Nature Center. For a full listing of local and Westchester County events, see our events calendar .

Friday, June 8

Public Film: 1 p.m. The Eastchester Public Library Film Series will show “Woman in Black,” starring Daniel Radcliffe. The run time is 95 minutes. 11 Oakridge Place, Eastchester.

A Night at the Opera: 7 to 9 p.m. The Bronxville Women’s Club is welcoming “Sing We Enchanted,” an a capella vocal ensemble giving a benefit concert. The concert features members of the Locrian String Quartet; Gary Norden, pianist; and the “Sing We Enchanted” ensemble. The evening’s program opens with Henry Purcell’s Chaconne in G minor, played by the Locrian String Quartet, alongside wine and cheese accompaniment. $45 for adults; $25 for students, teachers and seniors. 135 Midland Ave., Bronxville.

Saturday, June 9

Nature Walk at Greenburgh Nature Center: 11 a.m. Local author Dana Perri reads from her "Think…then Jump" children’s series, then guides children on a multisensory learning excursion through the Greenburgh Nature Center’s beautiful grounds. Returning to the outdoor stage, they put their imaginations to work through drawings, writings, games and activities. All children welcome. Geared for ages 5-10. Parents must accompany children at all times. Think…then Jump™ books and shirts will be available for signing and purchase. Members $5, nonmembers $8 ($25 for family). 99 Dromore Road.

Green Day Festival: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Eastchester's fifth annual Green Day Festival will be held at the Eastchester Town Hall. The event is geared toward family, featuring giveaways, free food and free gourmet coffee if you bring a reusable mug. There will be activities for children, Ed the Eco-Wizard, Musical Munchkins, Snoopy, face painting, Greenburgh Nature Center animals and more. Vendors will feature a variety of healthy local food and goods. The winner of the schools' poster and poetry contest will be recognized. There will be live music. For more information visit GreenEastchester.com or contact info@greeneastchester.com or 917-806-3330. 40 Mill Road, Eastchester.

Bronxville Farmers Market : 8:30 to 1 p.m., Stone Place at Paxton Avenue. Rain or Shine.

Bronxville Beautification Council’s Fifth Annual Garden Tour : Noon to 4 p.m.,  opens gardens at six Bronxville homes to the public. Tickets are $20 and available Saturday at Village Hall or in advance at local businesses. Visitors will receive maps for self-guided tours and have an opportunity to purchase $2 raffle tickets for prizes that include a $500 gardening consultation with landscaping firm Breath of Spring. Participants can end the tour at a wine and cheese reception at a local home that will be noted on the map.

Sunday, June 10

Sunday worship service: 10 a.m. St. Luke’s Episcopal Church welcomes all for the Holy Eucharist, followed by a coffee hour. 98 Stewart Ave., Eastchester.

Creatures of Woodfrog Pond: 2 p.m. Naturalist John Mancuso invites the public to explore Woodfrog Pond at the Greenburgh Nature Center . Begin indoors with an introduction, featuring live animals, then walk to the pond and use a net to catch some of the creatures living there. Requires appropriate dress; limited enrollment. Members $5, nonmembers $8 ($25 for family). 99 Dromore Road.

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