GREENBURGH, N.Y. - From school plays to farmer’s markets, here’s what’s happening in Greenburgh this weekend.
Friday, June 8
"Pinocchio": 7 p.m. The Drama Club at Alice E. Grady Elementary school presents "Pinocchio." Tickets are $5 for adults, $2 for students and senior citizens. Kids two and under are free. Alice E. Grand Elementary School, 45 Cobb Lane, Elmsford.
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. Greenburgh Public Library, 300 E. Main St., Elmsford.
Saturday, June 9
An Eye-Opening Nature Walk: 11 a.m. Local author Dana Perri reads from her "Think … then Jump" children’s series, then guides children on a multi-sensory learning excursion through the Greenburgh Nature Center grounds. Returning to the outdoor stage, they put their imaginations to work through drawings, writings, games and activities. All children welcome. Geared for ages 5-10. Parents must accompany children at all times. "Think … then Jump™ books and shirts will be available for signing and purchase. Cost is $5 for members, $8 for non-members and $25 for family. Greenburgh Nature Center, 99 Dromore Road, Greenburgh.
Hartsdale Farmers Market: 11:30 a.m. The Hartsdale Farmer’s Market is open and will have free outdoor concerts. Steve Scholle will give a jazz performance Saturday. Hartsdale Farmers Market, DeSanti Plaza, E. Hartsdale Ave.
Sunday, June 10
Creatures of Woodfrog Pond: 2 p.m. Join Naturalist John Mancuso to explore Woodfrog Pond. Begin indoors with an introduction featuring live animals, then walk to the Greenbrugh Nature Center pond and use a net to catch some of the creatures living there. Requires appropriate dress; limited enrollment. Cost is $5 for members, $8 for non-members and $25 for family. Greenburgh Nature Center, 99 Dromore Road, Greenburgh.
Conversation: Terrence O'Brien: 4 p.m. Terrence O’Brien is the founding artistic director of the acclaimed Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival in Garrison and the director of the New World Shakespeare Lab in New York City. Interviewer Carrie Barron is a psychiatrist and author of "The Creativity Cure" who specializes in creative process. Irvington Public Library, 12 South Astor St., Irvington.