GREENBURGH, N.Y. — Here's a list of our top picks for things to do in and around Greenburgh this week. For more Greenburgh happenings, visit our Events page.
Monday, Feb. 11
New Film Series Celebrating 1963 Films: Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds": Noon. Enjoy a classic movie that takes place in Bodega Bay, Calif., which suddenly becomes the site of a series of widespread violent bird attacks. The film is the first in the library's new weekly Monday afternoon film series to celebrate the library's 50th anniversary. Greenburgh Public Library, 300 Tarrytown Road, Elmsford.
Wednesday, Feb. 13
Our Air, Water and Food at Risk: 7 p.m. Ellen Weininger, educational outreach coordinator for Grassroots Environmental Education, will discuss the impacts of hydrofracking on local, state and national levels. Refreshments will be provided. Greenburgh Nature Center, 99 Dromore Road, Edgemont.
The Current State of Education: 7 p.m. Greenburgh Central 7 School District Superintendent Ronald Ross gives an outlook on the issues impacting education, including new teacher evaluations and future building plans for Greenburgh 7. Other special guests include School Board President Lloyd Newland and New York State Board of Regents Member Harry Phillips III. Union Baptist Church, 31 Manhattan Ave, Greenburgh.
- 1 'Today' Show Interview With Ellen Brody's Daughters Postponed Until Tuesday
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- 3 Slick Westchester Roadways Result In Numerous Accidents
- 4 Police Seek Suspect In Scarsdale Dry Cleaner Robbery
- 5 Snow Could Return To Greenburgh For Monday Morning Commute