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Sun. 13 Jan, 2019 - Sat. 19 Jan, 2019

Sun. 13 Jan, 2019

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Mon. 14 Jan, 2019

Free Week of Classes at Steffi Nossen School of Dance (Mon. 14 Jan, 2019 9:00 am - 5:00 pm)

Steffi Nossen School of Dance Will Hold Free Open House Week January 14 - 19

Experience the Joy of Dance at the Steffi Nossen School of Dance Free Week of Dance Open House. January 14th – 19th every class has an open door. Start the New Year dancing! Try unlimited age and level appropriate classes. Experiment with a new technique or rediscover an old favorite.

The school offers a Young Movers Program; a program of Core Classes in Modern, Ballet, Jazz, Tap, and Hip-Hop for kindergarten through teens; and a program of level-based technique classes in Modern, Ballet, and Jazz. A pre-professional program of Master Classes leads to a variety of performing groups culminating in the Steffi Nossen Dance Company, a group selected by audition and teacher recommendation.

Try one of our Classes for Young Movers:

Parents & Toddler classes are a fun and creative way for our youngest dancers, ages 1 – 3 years, and their parents/caretakers to express their unique personalities through movement. Children can release energy, improve balance and coordination, and develop gross motor skills while opening their imagination through creative movement and musical games. Parents join the fun!
Creative Movement for Pre-Schoolers focuses on basic movement fundamentals and the development of fine and gross motor skills and musicality while learning about shapes, levels and dynamics. Structured improvisation games and exercises encourage creativity and self-awareness while providing an excellent introduction to the future study of all dance techniques.
Ballet/Tap Combo introduces 3-5 year olds to the basic vocabulary and positions of classical Ballet while also teaching basic rhythm and steps of Tap.

Boys Movement gives athletic boys in grades 1-4 a high energy class of their own to explore movement and feel the freedom of expression.

Or our adaptive dance classes:

Moving Wheels and Heels is a program of dance classes for dancers of all physical, developmental, and emotional abilities. We have a class for young children 4 – 7 years of age on Tuesdays and Monday classes for tweens and teens and for adults.
Parkinson’s Dance, a weekly dynamic and fun hour of dance addressing the concerns of Parkinson’s: balance, flexibility, gait and confidence taught by dancers trained in the internationally acclaimed Mark Morris Dance for PD method. Bring a partner of friend and enjoy moving to the music you love. Stand up or sit down as you wish!
Steffi Nossen classes take place Monday through Saturday at our studios at the Music Conservatory of Westchester on Central Ave, White Plains - across the street from the Westchester County Center.
To learn more about classes and faculty, please visit us at www.steffinossen.org; to reserve your spot on the floor contact 914-328-1900 or info@steffinossen.org.

About Steffi Nossen School of Dance:
Founded in 1937 by dance legend Steffi Nossen, the Steffi Nossen School of Dance offers a strong community-minded and leadership-focused educational model with developmentally appropriate dance instruction and performance opportunities for all ages and abilities. With locations in White Plains, NY and Chappaqua, NY, Steffi Nossen encompasses a range of dance forms including modern, ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, and world dance forms with special offerings in yoga, Pilates and composition. Live musical accompaniment for a majority of classes is offered. The school is owned and operated by the Steffi Nossen Dance Foundation, a not-for-profit dance advocacy and community outreach organization, which seeks to foster the arts in Westchester County. Through the support of the Foundation, the school enables all students, including those with special needs, the opportunity to participate in their extensive programs and classes in a non-competitive environment. A generous financial aid and scholarship program supports those with significant economic challenges. With a sterling reputation and a rich 80+ year history, Steffi Nossen is a leader among dance schools, focusing on the growth of students’

Tue. 15 Jan, 2019

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Wed. 16 Jan, 2019

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Thu. 17 Jan, 2019

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Fri. 18 Jan, 2019

Junior League of Central Westchester Membership Information Session (Fri. 18 Jan, 2019 9:30 am - 10:30 am)

Women living or working in Eastchester, Greenburgh, Scarsdale or White Plains are invited to learn more about the Junior League of Central Westchester (JLCW), our commitment improving the community and membership opportunities. Information sessions will take place on Wednesday, 1/16 at 8pm and Friday, 1/18 at 9:30am. The JLCW is an organization of approximately 250 women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. RSVP to joinjlcw@gmail.com or call our office at (914) 723-6130 for details.

Location: Wayside Cottage, 1039 Post Rd, Scarsdale, NY 10583
Dates: Wednesday, 1/16 at 8pm and Friday, 1/18 at 9:30am
Contact: JoinJLCW@gmail.com or (914) 723-6130

Complimentary Greenhook Gin Tasting (Fri. 18 Jan, 2019 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm)

greenhookginComplimentary: Greenhook Ginsmiths
Friday January 18th 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Scarsdale - Zachys Wine and Liquor, 16 East Pkwy, Scarsdale, NY 10583, USA

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Join Zachys Friday, January 18th from 4 to 7pm to taste what The Wall Street Journal dubbed “one of the boldest, most interesting Gins out there.” Greenhook Ginsmiths American Dry Gin is made from organically grown New York State Wheat, Tuscan Juniper, Coriander, Chamomile, Elderflower, Citrus, Thai Blue Ginger, Ceylon Cinnamon, Orris Root and Elderberry. Greenhook’s unique 300-liter Copper Pot Still was custom engineered to work under a vacuum, which allows the them to distill at lower temperatures. This process preserves the delicate aromas and makes for a lively yet elegant gin. This isn’t your typical pine tree gin, it is bright and complex and makes the perfect gin and tonic. If you don’t believe us, come on down.

SHS Drama Club Presents Two One Act Plays (Fri. 18 Jan, 2019 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm)

The Scarsdale High School Drama Club will be putting on two one-act plays! The drama, Property Rites, is directed by Matthew Kutzin, and the comedy, Show and Spell, is directed by Jamie Robelen.

Property Rites: Kyle Macmanus has invested millions in a high-tech work of art -- fifteen human-figure sculptures programmed to perform thousands of movements, monologues, dialogues, and more. But just when Kyle is about to sell the sculpture, it malfunctions: the figures are alive. As each one struggles to achieve autonomy, they begin a fatal race against their desperate owner's destructive plan.

Show and Spell: Five middle schoolers take on overzealous parents, crazy coaches, and nostalgic relatives as they prepare for the annual spelling bee in this insightful comedy for young actors. With contestants that range from an unflappable cheerleader who cheers all her words to the anxiety-prone daughter of a movie star, spelling the words correctly may be the least of these kids' worries. This play wonderfully illustrates the pressure that kids feel to compete, and the family support that makes it all bearable.

Performances will be in the Scarsdale High School auditorium on Friday, January 18th and Saturday, January 19th at 7:30pm.
Tickets are available here or at the door.

Westchester Reform Temple Commemorates Martin Luther King, Jr. on Shabbat Shirah (Fri. 18 Jan, 2019 7:45 pm - 8:45 pm)

Westchester Reform Temple Commemorates Martin Luther King, Jr. on Shabbat Shirah with  So Is Life, Chabibeat and the Amazing Afternoons Chorus on Friday night January 18 at 7:45 pm.

Celebrate Shabbat Shirah, the Sabbath of Singing, with a triple header of musical talents! Westchester Reform Temple welcomes accomplished artists and spiritual leaders, the members of So Is Life, a four part folk/rock group featuring Cantors Rosalie Boxt and Ellen Dreskin along with singer-songwriters Josh Nelson and Dan Nichols. These talented friends, among the most sought after Jewish musicians of our time, will infuse our worship with vibrant song. Come enjoy rich textured harmony and acoustic beauty as part of Westchester Reform Temple’s Shabbat service.

This year, the observance of Shabbat Shirah, when we recall the Israelites’ crossing of the Red Sea, coincides with the weekend in which Americans honor the memory of Martin Luther King. Westchester Reform Temple welcomes all to worship with us and our special musical guests as we pay tribute to the legacy of freedom.

But that’s not all… The WRT youth choir, Chabibeat, will join in song with the Mount Vernon’s Edward Williams Elementary School Amazing Afternoons Chorus to lend beautiful young voices to the service as well. Together, the youth choirs remind us that through music, the next generation takes hold of our musical legacy.

Westchester Reform Temple is located at 255 Mamaroneck Road, Scarsdale, New York. For more information, please contact Cantor Amanda Kleinman, Westchester Reform Temple at 914-723-7727 or go to http://wrtemple.org/. For additional information about So Is Life see https://www.bdnandn.com/.

Sat. 19 Jan, 2019

SHS Drama Club Presents Two One Act Plays (Sat. 19 Jan, 2019 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm)

The Scarsdale High School Drama Club will be putting on two one-act plays! The drama, Property Rites, is directed by Matthew Kutzin, and the comedy, Show and Spell, is directed by Jamie Robelen.

Property Rites: Kyle Macmanus has invested millions in a high-tech work of art -- fifteen human-figure sculptures programmed to perform thousands of movements, monologues, dialogues, and more. But just when Kyle is about to sell the sculpture, it malfunctions: the figures are alive. As each one struggles to achieve autonomy, they begin a fatal race against their desperate owner's destructive plan.

Show and Spell: Five middle schoolers take on overzealous parents, crazy coaches, and nostalgic relatives as they prepare for the annual spelling bee in this insightful comedy for young actors. With contestants that range from an unflappable cheerleader who cheers all her words to the anxiety-prone daughter of a movie star, spelling the words correctly may be the least of these kids' worries. This play wonderfully illustrates the pressure that kids feel to compete, and the family support that makes it all bearable.

Performances will be in the Scarsdale High School auditorium on Friday, January 18th and Saturday, January 19th at 7:30pm.
Tickets are available here or at the door.

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