CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. – Looking for something to do this weekend in or around Chappaqua? Here are some events set to take place this weekend. For a more extensive listing, please visit our Events page.
Friday, Feb. 15
Book to Film: 3:15 p.m. Grades 7-12 are invited to revisit a secret writing project in the 1960s in the South that brought people together and created change in “The Help.” Chappaqua Library 195 S. Greeley Ave.
Menus In The Movies: 7 p.m. Led by food author and film buff Carol Durst, homemade desserts and discussion will follow a viewing of the movie, “Moonstruck.” Sponsored by the Friends of the Chappaqua Library and free and open to the public. Chappaqua Library 195 S. Greeley Ave.
Saturday, Feb. 16
Bridge & Scrabble: 10 a.m. Match wits with former Library Board Trustee Stan Kurzban. Bridge is offered to singles, pairs and small groups, but is not for beginners. All levels are welcomed for Scrabble. Free and open to the public. Chappaqua Library 195 S. Greeley Ave.
All Together Now: 11 a.m. Join the Chappaqua Library for some morning story time. For those five-years old or younger with an adult. No registration necessary. Chappaqua Library 195 S. Greeley Ave.
Chappaqua Farmers Market: 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Head over to Chappaqua for farm fresh produce, meats, fish, cheese, breads, and prepared food. Until the weather warms up, vendors and customers will gather indoors at St. Mary’s Church in downtown Chappaqua. 191 S. Greeley Ave.
Creativity And Its Consequences: Films On Artists And Art: 7 p.m. Film series and discussion led by Marcy B. Freedman. This week’s featured film will be “Exit Through The Gift Shop.” Free and open to the public. Chappaqua Library 195 S. Greeley Ave.
Sunday, Feb. 17
Learn and Play Mah Jongg: 1-2:30 p.m. For those who don’t know how to play mah jongg — or don’t even know what it is — this is your chance to find out. Held in the downstairs Children’s Room in the North Castle Public Library, 19 Whippoorwill Road East, Armonk.
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