1. April Fools Day
Happy April Fools. Remember that you might find a whoopee cushion on your desk chair at work, your kids might leave a frog in your purse, or you could be victim of a more clever and elaborate April Fools joke, so be prepared. Here are some good (harmless) ideas for the prankster inside of you.
2. Trickster Tales
The Hendrick Hudson Free Library is hosting Trickster Tales in honor of April Fools Day. The event is open for children in grades K-3 and will celebrate every prankster’s favorite day with mischievous stories, activities and snacks. You can register by phone, 914-730-5654.
Hen Hud School District’s PTSA is hosting this event tomorrow from 6:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at the Colonial Terrace. The annual fundraiser offers comedy, food, drinks, dancing, raffles and games of chance. Buy sponsorships, tickets or donate online here.
In honor of Autsim Awareness Day the Lakeland Administration will be lit in blue this weekend. Organizations around the world will be holding fundraisers and events to educate and recognize autism. Be sure to check back on Saturday evening at 6 p.m. for Patrice Athanasidy’s column,, which discusses her life, family and autistic son Peter.
Also, the Westchester County Center is hosting a free Autism Fair on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
5. Animal Instinct’s Reception
is hosting a reception for Bruce Waldman’s monoprints and etchings and Bernice Entin’s watercolors and ceramic animals on Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. The exhibit opens today and runs until April 30.