Peek‘kifl Ha#ening‘ A BRIEF CALENDAR OF EVENTS - MARCH 2020 - MARYANN MCCARRA - FITZPATRICK EDITOR Your favorite farms bringing the best in local produce, including a certified organic option, award-winning cheeses, and delicious baked goods (including gluten-free items). 7 March beef. Alvarez, Kerry Kourie, Pat McLen- "Market Stage Live" continues nan, John Sharp, and John Shaugh- (Saturday) presenting performances from local nessy. musicians, lessons from top chefs Schedule of events: 11:00 a.m. - Peekskill Farmers in local restaurants, author read- Grand Marshal’s Brunch at the Elks ings, demonstrations with fitness and Club, 1:30 p.m. - Mass at Assump- Market 10:00 a.m. health practitioners, and regularly tion Church, 3:00 p.m. 31st Annual scheduled Music and Me classes. (Via Peekskill St. Patrick’s Day Parade, to 2:00 p.m Facebook) 4:30 p.m. - Post-parade reception in 914-737-2780 email@example.com Elks Club. (Via Facebook) Peekskill Youth Bureau (side en- 14 March trance) 828 Main Street Peekskill Indoors at the Peekskill Youth (Saturday) Bureau Building, next to City Hall. Free parking in the attached lot, Peekskill St. as well as free street and garage park- ing. Patrick’s Day Handicap ramp at the rear of the building. Parade 3:00 p.m Local farms prepared foods at this location through 25 April (back out- side 2 May). Downtown Peekskill Pasture-fed protein, including Grand Marshal: John Testa, 14th March 2020 marks the 31st poultry, pork, chicken, eggs, and Aides to the Grand Marshall: Ruben year of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade Peekskill Happenings A BRIEF CALENDAR OF EVENTS - MARCH 2020 - MARYANN MCCARRA - FITZPATRICK EDITOR 2 in Peekskill. 914-788-0100 firstname.lastname@example.org 21 March 14 March (Saturday) (Saturday) Peekskill Private Opening I’s - Film Reception: Screening 2:00 .EDU-Art Faculty p.m. to 4:00 p.m On view through 30 April. of the Hudson Valley 4:00 p.m. 15 March Nutrition Room The Field Li- to 7:00 p.m (Sunday) brary 4 Nelson Avenue Peekskill Westchester Cars A special screening of a local in- dependent film by Mr. Steve Worthy Hudson Valley MOCA 1701 Main and Coffee - celebrating Peekskill’s 25-year rise as Street Peekskill See website for cost an art, media, and affordable commu- of admission. Opening Day 7:30 nity. The exhibition will feature an Play by Play (Steve Worthy, Ken eclectic mix of two-dimensional and a.m. to 10:00 a.m Beigel, and Anita Shatz) will per- three-dimensional works, including form a short acoustic set prior to the video and installation, ranging from screening of the film. intimate to monumental in scale. Parking lot adjacent to Homestyle Refreshments will be served. Free. The artists explore themes that Desserts 24 South Water Street Peek- (Via Facebook) range from climate change and social skill 914-737-1212 justice to abstraction and representa- A group of car enthusiasts who tion. meet on Sundays to talk cars and Featured artists: Nancy Bowen bikes and, of course, drink coffee. (Purchase College), Bryan Czibesz (Via Facebook) (SUNY New Paltz), Donise English email@example.com (Marist), Glen Fogel (Bard), Aaron Krach (Purchase College), Nicole Maloof (Sarah Lawrence College), Itty S. Neuhaus (SUNY New Paltz), John O’Connor (Sarah Lawrence College), Rachel Owens (Purchase College), Janine Polak (Purchase College), Gina Ruggeri (Vassar), Christina Tenaglia (Vassar), Josette Urso (WCC-White Plain), Randy A brief question and answer session Williams (Manhattanville) (Via web- Meeting every Sunday, generally will take place after the screening of site) between April and November. the film.