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What's Happening This Weekend in Greenburgh

GREENBURGH, N.Y. – From Harvard graduate lectures to cleanups, here’s what’s happening in Greenburgh this weekend.

Friday, June 1

From Greenburgh to Harvard: 10 a.m. Greenburgh Central 7 will assemble an impressive array of brainpower when two top alumni from Harvard University's math department share their knowledge with students and other guests at Woodlands High School.   Jonathan David Farley and Edward Frenkel, will hold back-to-back lectures, Frenkel at 10 a.m. and Farley at 11 a.m. Frenkel’s lecture is entitled “The Magic World of Math.” Farley’s lecture is entitled “How to Get Straight A’s at Harvard.” Woodlands High School is located at 475 West Hartsdale Ave., Hartsdale. The seminar is open to the entire community.

The Mozartean Players : 8 p.m.  A trio of classical musicians will play the works of composers Beethoven and Mendelsshon. The Greenville Community Church is located at 20 Ardsley Road in Scarsdale.

Fun Fridays Game Tool Kit: 3 p.m. An afternoon to relax and celebrate!  Wii gaming, table top games and drop-in crafts. No registration necessary.  The Greenburgh Public Library is located at 300 E. Main St. in Elmsford.

Saturday, June 2

The New Westchester Symphony Orchestra: 2 p.m. Benjamin Niemczyk, conductor and co-founder leads 22 fellow county residents. The orchestra performs music close to its original form, and looks to history for music that is already adapted for their ensemble. The New Westchester Symphony Orchestra has a repertoire that includes selections from Mozart, Bizet, Bach, Massent, Grieg, Purcell, and Elgar among others.  The Greenburgh Public Library is located at 300 E. Main St. in Elmsford.

Waterfront Cleanup, part of Riverkeeper Sweep 2012 : 1 p.m. Cleanup starts at 1pm across from the Dobbs Ferry DF train station. Riverkeeper will host a celebration following the cleanup in Ossining 3-7pm. More info by clicking on interactive map on the website or by calling 414-3392.

Sunday, June 3

The Billy Goats Gruff Story time: 11 a.m.  Join Senior Naturalist Dean Fausel for story-time, based on the popular Critter, Crafts and Kids class held weekly on Wednesday mornings. If you haven’t been able to make it during the week, here’s your chance. The hour includes a story, animals, craft, and activity all based on a common nature theme. Recommended for children ages 2 to 6. Admission is free. The Greenburgh Nature Center is located at 99 Dromore Road in Scarsdale.

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