WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here are five of the biggest events coming up in Westchester.
1. Larchmont Library "BrickFest," Saturday, March 29, Sunday, March 30; Saturday, April 5, Sunday, April 6
The Friends of the Larchmont Public Library have enlisted the help of I LUG, a group of adult LEGO fanatics, to transform the Larchmont Village Center into a LEGO wonderland for "Brickfest." The group will be constructing a 300 square feet exhibit that children ages "three to 99," will be able to enjoy, including interactive games and a creativity center. $5. 119 Larchmont Ave.
2. The Afro-Peruvian Ensemble at Hastings-On-Hudson's The Purple Crayon, Saturday, March 29, 8 p.m.
Experience an upbeat, energetic fusion of cultures through music. This ensemble is composed of former Peru Negro singer, Mariela Valencia, percussionists Marcos Napa, Hector Ferreyra and Hector Morales, along with Grammy Awarded bass player Oscar Stagnaro, Ali Bello on violin and Yuri Juarez on guitar. $10. 52 Main St.
3. The Charlie Daniel's Band at the Peekskill Paramount Hudson Valley, Saturday, March 29, 8 p.m.
While he's best known for his number one country hit “The Devil Went Down to Georgia”, Charlie Daniels’ Southern rock anthems and award-winning country hits have left a mark on America’s musical landscape. $59.50 - $79.50. 1008 Brown St.
4. Scarsdale's Westchester Theatre of Dance Annual Concert Featuring "Gaite Parisienne", Sunday, March 30, 1 p.m.
Can-can dancers will light up the JCC of Mid-Westchester stage in a performance of "Gaite Parisienne," an original ballet with music by Jacques Offenbach, choreography by Jayne Santoro, and New York City guest artist Joel Levy. The concert will also feature additional dance selections in hip-hop, tap, and classical ballet to showcase JCC Dance School students. $23 general, $18 seniors. 999 Wilmot Rd.
5. Meet the Artist Day at Katonah Museum of Art: Rosemary Wells, of Max and Ruby Fame, Sunday, March 30, 2 p.m.
Beloved picture book artist Rosemary Wells will be holding a special reading and conversation at the Katonah Museum of Art. Learn about her artistic process, listen to a Max and Ruby story, and even make a book. Prints and signed books will also be for sale. Free with museum admission: $10 adults, $5 seniors and students, members and children under the age of 12 enter for free. 134 Jay St.
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