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This week is filled with a Kids’ Fair, a variety of musical options, and the chance to have fun dressing up.
FAMILY BEST BETS OF THE WEEK
•Premier’s Kids’ Fair: Bring the kids for a day of athletic fun. You can also take fitness tests and mom can relax with a mini massage.
Where/When:, 2127 Albany Post Rd, Montrose, NY; Saturday, March, 5. The Kids’ Fair portion of the daylong Open House runs from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and includes carnival games, a magician, face painting, contests, prizes and more.
Why Go: With summer just around the corner, this is a great way to check out a local club that has several pools and enjoy a fun day at the same time.
Contact Info: (914) 739-7755
Live Piano Performance: Pianist, composer and lyricist, Robert Hoover, brings his many talents to Hen Hud Free Library. With more than 50 songs from Broadway and cabaret to his credit, will you be able to name that tune?
Where/When: 185 Kings Ferry Rd, Montrose; Sunday, March 6, 2-3:30 p.m.
Why Go: An opportunity for an intimate music setting with composer that has performed around the world.
Contact Info: (914) 739-5654
• Classical Guitarist: Master guitarist Daniel Lippel will perform a varied program of music that spans from classics to newer music.
Where/When: , 1130 E Main St, Shrub Oak; Sunday, March 6, 2 p.m.
Why Go: This Concert Series always proves to be enjoyable and Lippel will be playing music from around the world.
Contact Info: (914) 245-5262
• West Point’s Chamber Music Series: Trombonist Staff Sgt. Dan Pierce will perform a recital entitled Arrows of Time and will also perform with other West Point trombonists as well as members of West Point’s Jazz Knights. Remember to leave time for full ID and car inspections.
Where/When: West Point’s Jewish Chapel, 685 Hardee Place, West Point; Sunday, March 6, 3 p.m.
Why Go: This is the world premiere performance for this particular collection of musicians.
Contact Info: (845) 938-2617
• Learn how the clothes make the look: Head to the Neuberger Museum of Art for a day filled with the chance to explore costumes, take pictures in character and watch a performance by the Purchase College Conservatory students.
Where/When: , 735 Anderson Hill Rd, Purchase; Saturday, March 5, 1 to 4 p.m.
Why Go: The day will include costumes, props, photos and a show.
Contact Info: (914) 251-6100