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The Westchester Mom’s Guide to November

the westchester county moms guide to novemberHalloween has come and gone, but there’s still plenty of time to enjoy the fall before winter comes. Here’s our chronological, day by day guide to what to do this November in Westchester County and beyond.

November 1

 

Hudson Valley Hospital Center Farmers’ Market, 11am-4pm, New York Presbyterian/Hudson Valley Hospital, 1980 Crompond Road, Cortlandt Manor, NY

What to Expect: artisan baked goods, fresh local produce, and many other local vendors.

 

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, November 1-13, lunch and dinner, various locations throughout the Hudson Valley

What to Expect: More than 200 Westchester and Lohud restaurants are participating in this year’s Restaurant Week. Three course dinners are priced at $29.95, and some locations offer lunch specials for $20.95. Be sure to call and secure your spot!

 

November 2

 

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, November 1-13, lunch and dinner, various locations throughout the Hudson Valley

What to Expect: More than 200 Westchester and Lohud restaurants are participating in this year’s Restaurant Week. Three course dinners are priced at $29.95, and some locations offer lunch specials for $20.95. Be sure to call and secure your spot!

 

November 3

 

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, November 1-13, lunch and dinner, various locations throughout the Hudson Valley

What to Expect: More than 200 Westchester and Lohud restaurants are participating in this year’s Restaurant Week. Three course dinners are priced at $29.95, and some locations offer lunch specials for $20.95. Be sure to call and secure your spot!

 

The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze, evenings, November 3-6, 10-13, 19-20, 25-26 Van Cortlandt Manor, 500 South Riverside Avenue, Croton on Hudson, NY

What to Expect: The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze features more than 7,000 jack o lanterns in a stunning display.

 

Matinee Movie: “Central Intelligence”, 1:30pm-3:30pm, Hendrick Hudson Free Library, 185 Kings Ferry Road, Montrose, NY

What to Expect: a free, weekly matinee show.

 

November 4

 

Costco Mom Hour, 9am -10am, Costco, 1 Westchester Avenue, Port Chester, NY

What to Expect: Costco is opening the doors an hour early exclusively for Westchester County Moms Blog readers. You can expect an amazing membership deal, swag bags for the first 100 people through the door, breakfast and coffee, giveaways, samples, and the ability to shop before the store is open to the general public! RSVP here.

 

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, November 1-13, lunch and dinner, various locations throughout the Hudson Valley

What to Expect: More than 200 Westchester and Lohud restaurants are participating in this year’s Restaurant Week. Three course dinners are priced at $29.95, and some locations offer lunch specials for $20.95. Be sure to call and secure your spot!

 

The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze, evenings, November 3-6, 10-13, 19-20, 25-26 Van Cortlandt Manor, 500 South Riverside Avenue, Croton on Hudson, NY

What to Expect: The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze features more than 7,000 jack o lanterns in a stunning display.

 

Somers Library Presents: Susan Samtur, the Original Coupon Queen, 1pm-2pm, Somers Public Library, Route 139 & Reis Park, Somers, NY

What to Expect: Susan Samtur will teach you how to save 50% or more each time you grocery shop.

 

November 5

 

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, November 1-13, lunch and dinner, various locations throughout the Hudson Valley

What to Expect: More than 200 Westchester and Lohud restaurants are participating in this year’s Restaurant Week. Three course dinners are priced at $29.95, and some locations offer lunch specials for $20.95. Be sure to call and secure your spot!

 

Imagination Movers at Paramount Hudson Valley, 11am and 3pm, Paramount Hudson Valley, 1008 Brown Street, Peekskill, NY

What to Expect: Imagination Movers are the #1 touring act for families. Expect lively, upbeat music and fun performances.

 

The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze, evenings, November 3-6, 10-13, 19-20, ,5-26 Van Cortlandt Manor, 500 South Riverside Avenue, Croton on Hudson, NY

What to Expect: The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze features more than 7,000 jack o lanterns in a stunning display.

 

Pleasantville Farmers’ Market, 8:30am-1pm, Memorial Plaza, Pleasantville, NY (market moves indoors to Pleasantville Middle School cafeteria after the November 19th market.)

What to Expect: Pleasantville Farmers’ Market has been called the best farmers’ market in the County. There are many local vendors with food, crafts, art, and activities.

 

The Really Big Show” featuring Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, doors at 6pm, show at 7, Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY

What to Expect: An Ed Sullivan style show and concert featuring Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Christina Bianco, Brandon “Taz” Nederauer of Broadway’s School of Rock, and more) to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Family Services of Westchester. Tickets are $125 for balcony and $249 for orchestra.

 

November 6

 

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, November 1-13, lunch and dinner, various locations throughout the Hudson Valley

What to Expect: More than 200 Westchester and Lohud restaurants are participating in this year’s Restaurant Week. Three course dinners are priced at $29.95, and some locations offer lunch specials for $20.95. Be sure to call and secure your spot!

 

The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze, evenings, November 3-6, 10-13, 19-20, 25-26 Van Cortlandt Manor, 500 South Riverside Avenue, Croton on Hudson, NY

What to Expect: The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze features more than 7,000 jack o lanterns in a stunning display.

 

November 7

 

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, November 1-13, lunch and dinner, various locations throughout the Hudson Valley

What to Expect: More than 200 Westchester and Lohud restaurants are participating in this year’s Restaurant Week. Three course dinners are priced at $29.95, and some locations offer lunch specials for $20.95. Be sure to call and secure your spot!

 

November 8

 

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, November 1-13, lunch and dinner, various locations throughout the Hudson Valley

What to Expect: More than 200 Westchester and Lohud restaurants are participating in this year’s Restaurant Week. Three course dinners are priced at $29.95, and some locations offer lunch specials for $20.95. Be sure to call and secure your spot!

 

November 9

 

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, November 1-13, lunch and dinner, various locations throughout the Hudson Valley

What to Expect: More than 200 Westchester and Lohud restaurants are participating in this year’s Restaurant Week. Three course dinners are priced at $29.95, and some locations offer lunch specials for $20.95. Be sure to call and secure your spot!

 

November 10

 

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, November 1-13, lunch and dinner, various locations throughout the Hudson Valley

What to Expect: More than 200 Westchester and Lohud restaurants are participating in this year’s Restaurant Week. Three course dinners are priced at $29.95, and some locations offer lunch specials for $20.95. Be sure to call and secure your spot!

 

The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze, evenings, November 3-6, 10-13, 19-20, 25-26 Van Cortlandt Manor, 500 South Riverside Avenue, Croton on Hudson, NY

What to Expect: The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze features more than 7,000 jack o lanterns in a stunning display.

 

November 11

 

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, November 1-13, lunch and dinner, various locations throughout the Hudson Valley

What to Expect: More than 200 Westchester and Lohud restaurants are participating in this year’s Restaurant Week. Three course dinners are priced at $29.95, and some locations offer lunch specials for $20.95. Be sure to call and secure your spot!

 

The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze, evenings, November 3-6, 10-13, 19-20, 25-26 Van Cortlandt Manor, 500 South Riverside Avenue, Croton on Hudson, NY

What to Expect: The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze features more than 7,000 jack o lanterns in a stunning display.

 

November 12

 

Bring the Kids! Tour& More: Stamp Away! Making Notecards, 9am-11am, Boscobel, Route 9D, Garrison, NY

What to Expect: Explore Boscobel, and then make notecards using stamps. For kids 5-11 and their caregivers.

 

Bubble Time!, 2pm, Tarrytown Music Hall, 13 Main Street, Tarrytown, NY

What to Expect: An exciting, bubbly show that will delight fans of all ages. Tickets are $28.

 

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, November 1-13, lunch and dinner, various locations throughout the Hudson Valley

What to Expect: More than 200 Westchester and Lohud restaurants are participating in this year’s Restaurant Week. Three course dinners are priced at $29.95, and some locations offer lunch specials for $20.95. Be sure to call and secure your spot!

 

The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze, evenings, November 3-6, 10-13, 19-20, 25-26 Van Cortlandt Manor, 500 South Riverside Avenue, Croton on Hudson, NY

What to Expect: The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze features more than 7,000 jack o lanterns in a stunning display.

 

Pleasantville Farmers’ Market, 8:30am-1pm, Memorial Plaza, Pleasantville, NY (market moves indoors to Pleasantville Middle School cafeteria after the November 19th market.)

What to Expect: Pleasantville Farmers’ Market has been called the best farmers’ market in the County. There are many local vendors with food, crafts, art, and activities.

 

November 13

 

Fall Harvest Race, registration begins at 7:30am, Hudson Street (in front of Storm King Firehouse), Cornwall on Hudson, NY

What to Expect: Choose from a 7.5k race, a 5k run/walk, and a kids’ race. Proceeds from the race will be donated to Guiding Eyes for the Blind.

 

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, November 1-13, lunch and dinner, various locations throughout the Hudson Valley

What to Expect: More than 200 Westchester and Lohud restaurants are participating in this year’s Restaurant Week. Three course dinners are priced at $29.95, and some locations offer lunch specials for $20.95. Be sure to call and secure your spot!

 

The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze, evenings, November 3-6, 10-13, 19-20, 25-26 Van Cortlandt Manor, 500 South Riverside Avenue, Croton on Hudson, NY

What to Expect: The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze features more than 7,000 jack o lanterns in a stunning display.

 

Raven  Rocks Run, 9am, Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, Cross River, NY

What to Expect: a challenenging 10k race that has great views, rocky climbs, and hilly meadows.

 

Turkey Scavenger Hunt, 1:30pm, Greenburgh Nature Center, 99 Dromore Road, Scarsdale, NY

What to Expect: Toddlers will enjoy a “turkey token” scavenger hunt along a woodland trail. After, everyone will have snacks and make nature crafts. Cost is $9 for non members and $6 for members.

 

November 15

 

Hudson Valley Hospital Center Farmers’ Market, 11am-4pm, New York Presbyterian/Hudson Valley Hospital, 1980 Crompond Road, Cortlandt Manor, NY

What to Expect: artisan baked goods, fresh local produce, and many other local vendors.

 

November 19

 

Chappaqua Orchestra Presents The Chappaqua Children’s Book Festival Story Concert, 4pm, Wallace Auditorium, 480 Bedford Road, Chappaqua, NY

What to Expect: An orchestra for all ages, narrated by Paul Shaffer from Late Night With David Letterman. Tickets are $25, and children 4 and under are free.

 

The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze, evenings, November 3-6, 10-13, 19-20, 25-26 Van Cortlandt Manor, 500 South Riverside Avenue, Croton on Hudson, NY

What to Expect: The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze features more than 7,000 jack o lanterns in a stunning display.

 

RangersTown 5k, 10am, Rye Playland, Rye, NY

What to Expect: a fun filled morning and 5k run to benefit charity.

 

Pleasantville Farmers’ Market, 8:30am-1pm, Memorial Plaza, Pleasantville, NY (market moves indoors to Pleasantville Middle School cafeteria after the November 19th market.)

What to Expect: Pleasantville Farmers’ Market has been called the best farmers’ market in the County. There are many local vendors with food, crafts, art, and activities.

 

Turkey Time, 11am-12pm, Teatown Lake Reservation, 1600 Spring Valley Road, Ossining, NY

What to Expect: a family event including a short hike, a story, and a turkey craft.

 

November 20

 

The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze, evenings, November 3-6, 10-13, 19-20, 25-26 Van Cortlandt Manor, 500 South Riverside Avenue, Croton on Hudson, NY

What to Expect: The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze features more than 7,000 jack o lanterns in a stunning display.

 

Mamaroneck Turkey Trot, 9am, Harbor Island Park, Mamaroneck , NY

What to Expect: The 50th annual Turkey Trot 5k fun run (and 1 mile Gobbler run for kids), beginning at Harbor Island Park.

 

November 23

 

Holiday House Tour, 10am-3pm, Boscobel, Route 9D, Garrison, NY

What to Expect: Take a guided, one hour tour of the beautifully decorated Boscobel mansion and grounds, and learn about 19th century holiday traditions. Tickets are $17 per adult. Friends of Boscobel and kids under 6 are free.

 

November 25

Guided House Tours: A Very Duchess Holiday, 10am-5pm, Lyndhurst, 635 South Broadway, Tarrytown, NY

What to Expect: . This holiday season, in addition to our lavish holiday decorations throughout the house, we’ll be exhibiting Anna’s fabulous dresses and a Christmas tree made out of all her hats. Come experience how a real aristocrat lived with our special holiday exhibition “A Very Duchess Holiday.”

 

Holiday House Tour, 10am-3pm, Boscobel, Route 9D, Garrison, NY

What to Expect: Take a guided, one hour tour of the beautifully decorated Boscobel mansion and grounds, and learn about 19th century holiday traditions. Tickets are $17 per adult. Friends of Boscobel and kids under 6 are free.

 

The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze, evenings, November 3-6, 10-13, 19-20, 25-26 Van Cortlandt Manor, 500 South Riverside Avenue, Croton on Hudson, NY

What to Expect: The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze features more than 7,000 jack o lanterns in a stunning display.

 

Westchester Winter Wonderland, 5pm-10pm, Kensico Dam, Valhalla, NY

What to Expect: A true winter wonderland, including Candy Cane Lane, RangersTown Rink, Hanneford Holiday Circus, a Santa Experience, and unlimited turns on the three holiday rides.

 

November 26

 

Bedford Turkey Trot, 9am, Bedford Village Elementary School, Bedford, NY

What to Expect: The Bedford Turkey Trot calls itself that hardest 5K in New York!

 

Green Craft Fair, 11am-3pm, Westmoreland Sanctuary, 260 Chestnut Ridge Road, Mt. Kisco

What to Expect: drop off the kids and they’ll make a natural gift, like candles, animal tracks, and fairy/bird houses. The cost is $25 per child ($20 for members)

 

Guided House Tours: A Very Duchess Holiday, 10am-5pm, Lyndhurst, 635 South Broadway, Tarrytown, NY

What to Expect: . This holiday season, in addition to our lavish holiday decorations throughout the house, we’ll be exhibiting Anna’s fabulous dresses and a Christmas tree made out of all her hats. Come experience how a real aristocrat lived with our special holiday exhibition “A Very Duchess Holiday.”

 

Holiday House Tour, 10am-3pm, Boscobel, Route 9D, Garrison, NY

What to Expect: Take a guided, one hour tour of the beautifully decorated Boscobel mansion and grounds, and learn about 19th century holiday traditions. Tickets are $17 per adult. Friends of Boscobel and kids under 6 are free.

 

Holiday Train Show, 10am-4:30pm, Greenburgh Nature Center, 99 Dromore Road, Scarsdale, NY

What to Expect: Enjoy HO gauge model trains, local landmark replicas, and information from members of the Yonkers Model Railroad club. Free for members, Non-members: Adults $10, Seniors/Students $9, Children ages 2 to 12 $8. Children under 2 are free. Cost includes admission to all Manor House exhibits.

 

The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze, evenings, November 3-6, 10-13, 19-20, 25-26 Van Cortlandt Manor, 500 South Riverside Avenue, Croton on Hudson, NY

What to Expect: The Great Jack O Lantern Blaze features more than 7,000 jack o lanterns in a stunning display.

 

Pleasantville Farmers’ Market, 8:30am-1pm, Memorial Plaza, Pleasantville, NY (market moves indoors to Pleasantville Middle School cafeteria after the November 19th market.)

What to Expect: Pleasantville Farmers’ Market has been called the best farmers’ market in the County. There are many local vendors with food, crafts, art, and activities.

 

Westchester Winter Wonderland, 5pm-10pm, Kensico Dam, Valhalla, NY

What to Expect: A true winter wonderland, including Candy Cane Lane, RangersTown Rink, Hanneford Holiday Circus, a Santa Experience, and unlimited turns on the three holiday rides.

 

November 27

Animal Adventures: Camouflage!, 11am-12pm, Teatown Lake Reservation, 1600 Spring Valley Road, Ossining

What to Expect: Meet a few of Teatown’s ambassador animals in this program featuring animals that use a few tricks to hide in plain sight.

 

Guided House Tours: A Very Duchess Holiday, 10am-5pm, Lyndhurst, 635 South Broadway, Tarrytown, NY

What to Expect: . This holiday season, in addition to our lavish holiday decorations throughout the house, we’ll be exhibiting Anna’s fabulous dresses and a Christmas tree made out of all her hats. Come experience how a real aristocrat lived with our special holiday exhibition “A Very Duchess Holiday.”

 

Holiday House Tour, 10am-3pm, Boscobel, Route 9D, Garrison, NY

What to Expect: Take a guided, one hour tour of the beautifully decorated Boscobel mansion and grounds, and learn about 19th century holiday traditions. Tickets are $17 per adult. Friends of Boscobel and kids under 6 are free.

 

Holiday Train Show, 10am-4:30pm, Greenburgh Nature Center, 99 Dromore Road, Scarsdale, NY

What to Expect: Enjoy HO gauge model trains, local landmark replicas, and information from members of the Yonkers Model Railroad club. Free for members, Non-members: Adults $10, Seniors/Students $9, Children ages 2 to 12 $8. Children under 2 are free. Cost includes admission to all Manor House exhibits.

 

Westchester Winter Wonderland, 5pm-9pm, Kensico Dam, Valhalla, NY

What to Expect: A true winter wonderland, including Candy Cane Lane, RangersTown Rink, Hanneford Holiday Circus, a Santa Experience, and unlimited turns on the three holiday rides.

 

November 28

 

Holiday House Tour, 10am-3pm, Boscobel, Route 9D, Garrison, NY

What to Expect: Take a guided, one hour tour of the beautifully decorated Boscobel mansion and grounds, and learn about 19th century holiday traditions. Tickets are $17 per adult. Friends of Boscobel and kids under 6 are free.

 

November 30

 

Holiday House Tour, 10am-3pm, Boscobel, Route 9D, Garrison, NY

What to Expect: Take a guided, one hour tour of the beautifully decorated Boscobel mansion and grounds, and learn about 19th century holiday traditions. Tickets are $17 per adult. Friends of Boscobel and kids under 6 are free.

 

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