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On Martha's Porch

A casual conversation at home with Martha Stewart



Martha Stewart

On a glorious day earlier this summer Martha Stewart and Joseph Abboud sat down on the back porch of Stewart’s Cantitoe Corners home. Having just returned from riding on the miles of private lanes that wind through her 153-acre property,
Stewart provided iced tea from her kitchen and strawberries from her garden. n  The main house and most of the peripheral buildings sit hard by the road, surrounded by a low stone wall, thus visible to passersby. Behind the main house, her property rolls out like a Monet landscape as far as the eye can see—fenced-in fields, paddocks, and stands of trees. Lining the foreground is a wide variety of gardens—a 100-foot patch of peonies, numerous vegetable patches, and a curving arbor lined with bushes that extends for a hundred yards. About a tenth of a mile in the distance a newly built stone stable rises from the landscape. n  Elegant but not ornate. Grand but not lavish. Striking yet subtle, the property and buildings reflect the creative eye of its owner. It all provided fertile ground for a pleasant Sunday-afternoon discussion.

Joseph Abboud: This place is really fabulous. How did you end up with it?

Martha Stewart: A friend of mine who works for Ralph Lauren told me that there was a piece of land next to Ralph that maybe I should look at. I went to see it and loved it. But I wondered why Ralph wasn’t interested, since it’s right next door. They said he already had 250 acres, and that he’d be happy if I was his neighbor. I bought it the next day.

JA: What was the first thing you did
after buying it?

MS: I put in four miles of carriage roads for riding horses. I met a man named Bruce Corbett, who helped design the roads at Pocantico Hills. Mr. Rockefeller told me about him. He is the master of the carriage roads. And a wonderful man. He and I mapped out this curvaceous road map. They look like ordinary roads but are made of 16 inches of surge stone, six inches of less coarse stone, and then the top is a mix of ground-up asphalt and dirt.

JA: If someone told me you have a split-rail fence, I wouldn’t believe it until I
saw this.

MS: Isn’t it extraordinary? It is 100 years old. I bought all my horses in Canada—in Brantford, near Toronto. I saw these fences up there and loved them. My horse guy told me that they were knocking all these fences down to build houses and nobody wanted them. I couldn’t believe it. I bought three miles of fence—for all the paddocks, the fields, everywhere, as far as you can see. The guy who sold them to me, a Richard Christiansen from Ontario, spent the summer here installing all of it with just one helper. They’re stacked, as you can see, with an upright holding them in place. He’s a genius. I love this fence.

JA: Tell me about the stable.

MS: Well, I have this wonderful stone builder, but he likes everything clean and neat. He kept bringing in clean stones. I wanted everything to have its own look. Not perfect. I told him that I wanted stones with odd shapes and with paint on them and chips on them. I took him to St. Patrick’s, the Catholic Church downtown. I said I wanted that kind of stonework and that kind of pattern. I didn’t want it to look ordinary. Every building has a different pattern, but they all go together and tie in with this paint color, Bedford Grey.  

JA: How can you be so consistent—putting your DNA, so to speak, into so many things—yet still make them different?

MS: Consistency but with a lot of variety is a challenge. It is a simple elegance that is edited, edited, edited until it’s right. It takes a lot of work.

JA: The arbor seems to wind along forever. Is that your addition?

MS: There is a stone importer in Seattle—Rhodes, Ragan & Smith, I believe. They went to China and bought up all the stone in the towns being flooded by the big dam-building project. The uprights to the arbor are stone grape stakes—hand-chipped from the 19th century in these little Chinese villages. I bought hundreds of them, not knowing what I was going to do with them. Then I came up with this idea to use them as anchors for the arbor. The top of the arbor curves with the road. Behind the arbors we put rows of Sharon bluebird, which I found in Maryland.

JA: What other finds have you managed to fit into this property?

MS: See those gorgeous finials? I bought them from Fleur in Mt. Kisco ten or 15 years ago. I had no idea what I would do with them. When I built that equipment shed, I had them fit for it. Look how perfect they are.

JA: What did you do to the houses?

MS: Well, the house we’re in was the winter house. This is my main house. That one over there, closer to the road, which is now my library, was the summerhouse. It was built in 1776—back in John Jay’s day—as the post office for this area. Mrs. Sharp, who owned the property previously, would live in this house in the winter and then move over there for the summer in May or June. It’s really funny to think about.

JA: What were the buildings like when you bought them?

MS: These houses were disasters—they needed a lot of work. This one was built in 1925. The little house on the other side of us, built in 1880, is a fairy-tale cottage that my daughter took. I added the greenhouse, built the stable, and am putting in a second greenhouse.

JA: Did you consider knocking them down and moving back from the road?

MS: This is an old town, and these houses were on the road, and they still are, and I’m used to that. I’ve always lived on the road, it seems. Here, in Westport, and in Nutley. Keeping them here seemed the right thing to do. Someday I’ll build the house I really want back there.

JA: You’ve done a lot in a few years.

MS: Not when you think that the Empire State Building was built in a year, and all the Olympic buildings in China are being done in nine months. I tell that to the guys working here every day.

JA: Is your true love the garden?

MS: I love land and views and animals, in any order. I’m crazy about plants—I have this wonderful tropical garden that is just so fabulous. I love trees, and we put in lots of them, but not giant ones. I plant smaller trees—for the cost and because I hate to see a big, mature tree die, which can happen after replanting. I’ll just have to wait. Come back in 40 years and this place will be spectacular.

JA: This table we’re sitting at is from Kmart?

MS: Yes, but I painted it Bedford Grey, which Kmart wouldn’t do.

JA: You have created products for Kmart and now you have some lines going into Macy’s. Tell me about creating products for mass appeal.

MS: I have always collected with an eye for usefulness. Everything has to be beautiful, traditional, and classic—but sturdy and functional and an heirloom for tomorrow. My mother-in-law was a decorator and lived very, very lavishly and was very decorator-y. When I got married, she lived in the Ritz Tower in New York. I was walking on the floor and cut my foot. The floor was made of glass mosaic—the entire thing—and it would splinter. And she said, “Oh, but it’s so beautiful.” So practicality is the lesson I learned from that.

JA: And what else?

MS: Well, I also learned about not being a decorator. I cannot stand things that are too decorated. I do envy my friends who have decorators and at least their houses are actually done. Mine just keep going on, and are half-furnished, but at least it’s me. It’s my style.

JA: Do you enjoy what you do?

MS: My work is my pleasure, and my pleasure is my work.

JA: Your attention to detail and your restraint and self-confidence. Where does it come from?

MS: I have always been an editor. I’m not lavish. I am inspired by what other people write and what other people write about.

JA: Not lavish? How about this field of peonies over here?

MS: The idea for the peonies came from Elizabeth von Arnim, who married the Count of Potsdam—home of the most beautiful porcelain in all of Germany. She wrote this beautiful book called Elizabeth and Her German Garden. She had a 300-foot circle across of pink peonies. And you think, wow, 300 feet. She’d take her little girls to see the peonies. So I had to have that, though mine is only about 100 feet. She did a lot of wonderful things, but of course you soon realize she had about 50 gardeners. So what I am trying to do is on a very modest scale.

JA: Who else inspired you?

MS: Helena Rutherford Ely had a great Jersey estate and wrote A Woman’s Hardy Garden, which I read voraciously. I did everything she said. I would take the wood ash from the fireplaces and sprinkle it on the crowns of the delphiniums. And I would use Bordeaux powder. Can you believe it? Bordeaux powder. It turns out she had 300 gardeners. Three hundred gardeners! I read that when I was 19 years old, just married, and trying to have a garden. In those days I would think, if only I had a million dollars ... Then it was, if only I had ten million dollars. Now it’s, if only I had 16 billion dollars! That’s a reference to a story from Men Seldom Make Passes at Girls Who Wear Glasses, by Dorothy Parker.

JA: Do you really get to appreciate Cantitoe Corners?

MS: It’s a special place to me. I get up early and photograph it. I took a picture of those apple trees and gave framed prints to 100 people for Christmas. I love being able to alter the landscape in a modest way.

JA: What do you mean?

MS: When I built the barn, I had to sink it down about 15 feet because the neighbors didn’t want to see an ugly stable on a scenic road. Now they’re standing on the wall to get a view of it. They didn’t know me when they made me do that. And now they’re letting that house on the corner go up. It is such an eyesore.

JA: With your love of flowers and the outdoors, have you ever done a fragrance?

MS: I did, and I might again. I showed some fragrance designers the flowers I wanted to capture. They are wonderfully smelling flowers that also have auto-immune qualities, so it could be a terrific product. It could be a really nice room fragrance. But right now we are doing a ham.

JA: A ham?

MS: Yes, it’s a Christmas ham, sold by Costco. They went and bought all these hogs. All raised hormone-free. I was inspired by Jerry Kurowyckyj—this Polish butcher who just closed his shop on First Avenue and Eighth Street after being there forever. I have been going there since I was a baby. There is one ham in all of America that is really good, and this is it. It is going to be something very special.

JA: That’s a great story. Can you get that message to people?

MS: Sure, I can go on David Letterman and throw out a ham. Seriously, though, we will tell it well.

JA: My daughters, my wife, my mother-in-law are all fans. You can get to every one of us—that’s the magic of Martha Stewart.

MS: The broader the market, the more excited I am. When Kmart asked me to design products for them, it was a great opportunity to make quality products for lots of people. Some people didn’t like it. The Junior League in Greenwich cancelled my appearance. They said, “If you’re going to be with Kmart, we don’t want you speaking to us.” I said, well, fine. I broke the ice for good design getting to mass market. We were the first to have 100-percent cotton, light-colored sheets for the masses.

JA: How did you know they would sell?

MS: I wanted them. I don’t want to spend $400 for sheets. And I know that people want attractive things at reasonable prices. People want style. And they deserve it.
 

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For a real feel of the country drive up Rt. 22 to the John Jay Homestead where you go to market with grass under your feet, surrounded by historic buildings and music as vintage as the carriage...

Cost: Food prices

Where:
John Jay Homestead
400 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
View map »


Website »

More information

Join us for a 1 hour outdoor Vinyasa Yoga class! Every Saturday Beginning May 20! 9:00am - 10:00am   Enjoy a morning of serenity of the farm among the apple...

Cost: $15

Where:
Harvest Moon Farm & Orchard
130 Hardscrabble Road
North Salem, NY  10560-2115
View map »


Website »

More information

Cruise through history and the majestic beauty of the Hudson River We specialize in Weddings and Private Charters Elegance for all affairs 2 Hour narrated sightseeing cruises Customized cruises...

Cost: Adults $22 Seniors Ages 65 and up $20 Children Ages 4 to 11 $18

Where:
Hudson River Adventures, Inc
90 Front St
Newburgh, NY
View map »


Website »

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On display from June 3 through July 15. The Ground Glass, a Westchester-based association of photographers, will be exhibiting “The 42nd Annual Ground Glass Exhibition,” a selection of...

Cost: Free

Where:
Pound Ridge Library
271 Westchester Avenue
Pound Ridge, NY  10576
View map »


Sponsor: Pound Ridge Library
Telephone: 914-764-5085
Website »

More information

The Pound Ridge Historical Society will open “Modern in Pound Ridge: 20th Century Architecture + Lifestyle” at the Pound Ridge Museum on April 23, 2017. This is a real departure for the...

Cost: Free

Where:
Pound Ridge Museum
255 Westchester Ave
Pound Ridge, NY  10576
View map »


Sponsor: Pound Ridge Historical Society
Telephone: 914-764-4333
Website »

More information

The Armonk Chamber of Commerce presents music, activities and special promotions from retailers and restaurants in downtown Armonk the third Thursday in June, July and August. Upcoming street fests...

Where:
Armonk Chamber of Commerce
New York, NY


Website »

More information

Clay Art Center is pleased to present: Two Concurrent Solo Exhibitions Opening Reception: Saturday, June 10th, 6 - 8pm Stories of My Histories, By Natalia Arbalaez 2016-17...

Cost: Free

Where:
Clay Art Center
40 Beech Street
Port Chester, NY  10573


Sponsor: Clay Art Center
Telephone: 914-937-2047
Contact Name: Adam Chau
Website »

More information

Every summer, the Seaport Ferry in South Norwalk carries hundreds of hungry passengers to the historic 1868 Sheffield Island Lighthouse for the Norwalk Seaport Association's famous Thursday...

Cost: $65 or $79 per person

Where:
Sheffield Island & Lighthouse
4 North Water Street
Norwalk, CT
View map »


Website »

More information

Saw Mill Club, Westchester’s premier luxury health and fitness club with two locations in Mount Kisco, announces the debut of its first annual Bridal Boot Camp. The six-week program...

Cost: $599

Where:
Saw Mill Club
77 Kensico Drive
Mount Kisco, NY  10549
View map »


Sponsor: Saw Mill Club
Telephone: 914-241-0797
Contact Name: Barbara Accetta
Website »

More information

Venture out for a rare close-up look at five historic lighthouses on Long Island Sound!  Participants aboard R/V Spirit of the Sound will make passes by five century-old beacons: Peck Ledge,...

Cost: $70

Where:
The Maritime Aquarium
10 North Water Street
Norwalk, CT
View map »


Website »

More information

With its breathtaking views of the Hudson River, Boscobel provides a world-class setting for summer Shakespeare. From Artistic Director Davis McCallum to HVSF’s troupe of actors, the...

Cost: Ticket prices vary

Where:
Boscobel
1601 NY-9D
Garrison, NY  10524
View map »


Website »

More information

Sheffield Island with its historic 148-year-old lighthouse, beaches and wildlife refuge offers abundant summer fun for visitors.  From May through September, visitors can board the...

Cost: $25

Where:
Sheffield Island & Lighthouse
4 North Water St.
Norwalk, CT
View map »


Website »

More information

Many Shakespeare performances are being held this summer, including Shakespeare in the Park (Central Park), Shakespeare on the Green (Sterling Farms, Stamford) Shakespeare on the Sound...

Cost: Free

Where:
Delacorte Theater
81st St & Central Park West or 79th Street & Fifth Avenue
New York, NY
View map »


Website »

More information

HVSF is on What To Do’s Bucket List for it’s spicy comedies, world class setting on a hill at historic Boscobel and it’s amazing picnic opps overlooking the Hudson River...

Cost: prices starting at $15

Where:
Boscobel
1601 Rt. 9D
Garrison, NY  10524
View map »


Website »

More information

Experience the joy of setting sail and shutting off the engine as we sail through Long Island Sound. Sit back and relax or take a turn at the helm, the choice is yours. Sails depart from...

Cost: $20-$40

Where:
SoundWaters
1281 Cove Rd
Stamford, CT
View map »


Website »

More information

Last Days of Pangea: In the Footsteps of Dinosaurs November 19, 2016 - July 16, 2017 Image: Cast skull of Postosuchus, one of the largest carnivorous reptiles during the late Triassic, 200...

Cost: $7 adult, $6 Senior/student, under 5 and member free

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Drive
Greenwich, CT  06878
View map »


Sponsor: Bruce Museum
Website »

More information

School’s Out/Art’s In June 20-23, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM, Drop-In Children: $5 Members, $8 Non-Members. Adults: Regular admission. Drop into the Katonah Museum of...

Cost: $5-$8

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
View map »


Website »

More information

Our founder, Cole Palen, grew up next to a great 1930’s Hudson Valley airport dreaming that he would own and fly the machines he saw overhead and spent the rest of his life bringing the...

Cost: $8.00 - $10.00

Where:
Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome
9 Norton Rd
Red Hook, NY
View map »


Website »

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For a real feel of the country drive up Rt. 22 to the John Jay Homestead where you go to market with grass under your feet, surrounded by historic buildings and music as vintage as the carriage...

Cost: Food prices

Where:
John Jay Homestead
400 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
View map »


Website »

More information

Join us for a 1 hour outdoor Vinyasa Yoga class! Every Saturday Beginning May 20! 9:00am - 10:00am   Enjoy a morning of serenity of the farm among the apple...

Cost: $15

Where:
Harvest Moon Farm & Orchard
130 Hardscrabble Road
North Salem, NY  10560-2115
View map »


Website »

More information

Cruise through history and the majestic beauty of the Hudson River We specialize in Weddings and Private Charters Elegance for all affairs 2 Hour narrated sightseeing cruises Customized cruises...

Cost: Adults $22 Seniors Ages 65 and up $20 Children Ages 4 to 11 $18

Where:
Hudson River Adventures, Inc
90 Front St
Newburgh, NY
View map »


Website »

More information

The Pound Ridge Historical Society will open “Modern in Pound Ridge: 20th Century Architecture + Lifestyle” at the Pound Ridge Museum on April 23, 2017. This is a real departure for the...

Cost: Free

Where:
Pound Ridge Museum
255 Westchester Ave
Pound Ridge, NY  10576
View map »


Sponsor: Pound Ridge Historical Society
Telephone: 914-764-4333
Website »

More information

The galaxy’s most-wanted alien escapes his faraway planet and crash-lands on the tropical paradise of Hawaii. He’s adopted by Lilo, a lonely little girl, who names her new...

Cost: $7.50 - $13.00

Where:
Jacob Burns Film Center
364 Manville Road
Pleasantville, NY
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Website »

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The Armonk Chamber of Commerce presents music, activities and special promotions from retailers and restaurants in downtown Armonk the third Thursday in June, July and August. Upcoming street fests...

Where:
Armonk Chamber of Commerce
New York, NY


Website »

More information

Clay Art Center is pleased to present: Two Concurrent Solo Exhibitions Opening Reception: Saturday, June 10th, 6 - 8pm Stories of My Histories, By Natalia Arbalaez 2016-17...

Cost: Free

Where:
Clay Art Center
40 Beech Street
Port Chester, NY  10573


Sponsor: Clay Art Center
Telephone: 914-937-2047
Contact Name: Adam Chau
Website »

More information

Every summer, the Seaport Ferry in South Norwalk carries hundreds of hungry passengers to the historic 1868 Sheffield Island Lighthouse for the Norwalk Seaport Association's famous Thursday...

Cost: $65 or $79 per person

Where:
Sheffield Island & Lighthouse
4 North Water Street
Norwalk, CT
View map »


Website »

More information

Saw Mill Club, Westchester’s premier luxury health and fitness club with two locations in Mount Kisco, announces the debut of its first annual Bridal Boot Camp. The six-week program...

Cost: $599

Where:
Saw Mill Club
77 Kensico Drive
Mount Kisco, NY  10549
View map »


Sponsor: Saw Mill Club
Telephone: 914-241-0797
Contact Name: Barbara Accetta
Website »

More information

Winner of the 2008 Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition, Israeli pianist Roman Rabinovich brings a “warm and generous tone and supple touch” (The Cleveland Plain...

Cost: $15, $24, $32, $40

Where:
Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts
149 Girdle Ridge Road
Katonah, NY  10536
View map »


Website »

More information

Venture out for a rare close-up look at five historic lighthouses on Long Island Sound!  Participants aboard R/V Spirit of the Sound will make passes by five century-old beacons: Peck Ledge,...

Cost: $70

Where:
The Maritime Aquarium
10 North Water Street
Norwalk, CT
View map »


Website »

More information

With its breathtaking views of the Hudson River, Boscobel provides a world-class setting for summer Shakespeare. From Artistic Director Davis McCallum to HVSF’s troupe of actors, the...

Cost: Ticket prices vary

Where:
Boscobel
1601 NY-9D
Garrison, NY  10524
View map »


Website »

More information

Sheffield Island with its historic 148-year-old lighthouse, beaches and wildlife refuge offers abundant summer fun for visitors.  From May through September, visitors can board the...

Cost: $25

Where:
Sheffield Island & Lighthouse
4 North Water St.
Norwalk, CT
View map »


Website »

More information

Many Shakespeare performances are being held this summer, including Shakespeare in the Park (Central Park), Shakespeare on the Green (Sterling Farms, Stamford) Shakespeare on the Sound...

Cost: Free

Where:
Delacorte Theater
81st St & Central Park West or 79th Street & Fifth Avenue
New York, NY
View map »


Website »

More information

HVSF is on What To Do’s Bucket List for it’s spicy comedies, world class setting on a hill at historic Boscobel and it’s amazing picnic opps overlooking the Hudson River...

Cost: prices starting at $15

Where:
Boscobel
1601 Rt. 9D
Garrison, NY  10524
View map »


Website »

More information

Experience the joy of setting sail and shutting off the engine as we sail through Long Island Sound. Sit back and relax or take a turn at the helm, the choice is yours. Sails depart from...

Cost: $20-$40

Where:
SoundWaters
1281 Cove Rd
Stamford, CT
View map »


Website »

More information

Last Days of Pangea: In the Footsteps of Dinosaurs November 19, 2016 - July 16, 2017 Image: Cast skull of Postosuchus, one of the largest carnivorous reptiles during the late Triassic, 200...

Cost: $7 adult, $6 Senior/student, under 5 and member free

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Drive
Greenwich, CT  06878
View map »


Sponsor: Bruce Museum
Website »

More information

School’s Out/Art’s In June 20-23, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM, Drop-In Children: $5 Members, $8 Non-Members. Adults: Regular admission. Drop into the Katonah Museum of...

Cost: $5-$8

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
View map »


Website »

More information

Our founder, Cole Palen, grew up next to a great 1930’s Hudson Valley airport dreaming that he would own and fly the machines he saw overhead and spent the rest of his life bringing the...

Cost: $8.00 - $10.00

Where:
Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome
9 Norton Rd
Red Hook, NY
View map »


Website »

More information

Experience the joy of setting sail and shutting off the engine as we sail through Long Island Sound. Sit back and relax or take a turn at the helm, the choice is yours. Sails depart from...

Cost: $40/adults, $20 for children ages 5-12

Where:
Cove Island Park
1281 Cove Rd
Stamford, CT  06902
View map »


Website »

More information

On display from June 3 through July 15. The Ground Glass, a Westchester-based association of photographers, will be exhibiting “The 42nd Annual Ground Glass Exhibition,” a selection of...

Cost: Free

Where:
Pound Ridge Library
271 Westchester Avenue
Pound Ridge, NY  10576
View map »


Sponsor: Pound Ridge Library
Telephone: 914-764-5085
Website »

More information

Show More...
Show Less...

On display from June 3 through July 15. The Ground Glass, a Westchester-based association of photographers, will be exhibiting “The 42nd Annual Ground Glass Exhibition,” a selection of...

Cost: Free

Where:
Pound Ridge Library
271 Westchester Avenue
Pound Ridge, NY  10576
View map »


Sponsor: Pound Ridge Library
Telephone: 914-764-5085
Website »

More information

For a real feel of the country drive up Rt. 22 to the John Jay Homestead where you go to market with grass under your feet, surrounded by historic buildings and music as vintage as the carriage...

Cost: Food prices

Where:
John Jay Homestead
400 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
View map »


Website »

More information

Join us for a 1 hour outdoor Vinyasa Yoga class! Every Saturday Beginning May 20! 9:00am - 10:00am   Enjoy a morning of serenity of the farm among the apple...

Cost: $15

Where:
Harvest Moon Farm & Orchard
130 Hardscrabble Road
North Salem, NY  10560-2115
View map »


Website »

More information

Cruise through history and the majestic beauty of the Hudson River We specialize in Weddings and Private Charters Elegance for all affairs 2 Hour narrated sightseeing cruises Customized cruises...

Cost: Adults $22 Seniors Ages 65 and up $20 Children Ages 4 to 11 $18

Where:
Hudson River Adventures, Inc
90 Front St
Newburgh, NY
View map »


Website »

More information

The Pound Ridge Historical Society will open “Modern in Pound Ridge: 20th Century Architecture + Lifestyle” at the Pound Ridge Museum on April 23, 2017. This is a real departure for the...

Cost: Free

Where:
Pound Ridge Museum
255 Westchester Ave
Pound Ridge, NY  10576
View map »


Sponsor: Pound Ridge Historical Society
Telephone: 914-764-4333
Website »

More information

The Armonk Chamber of Commerce presents music, activities and special promotions from retailers and restaurants in downtown Armonk the third Thursday in June, July and August. Upcoming street fests...

Where:
Armonk Chamber of Commerce
New York, NY


Website »

More information

Clay Art Center is pleased to present: Two Concurrent Solo Exhibitions Opening Reception: Saturday, June 10th, 6 - 8pm Stories of My Histories, By Natalia Arbalaez 2016-17...

Cost: Free

Where:
Clay Art Center
40 Beech Street
Port Chester, NY  10573


Sponsor: Clay Art Center
Telephone: 914-937-2047
Contact Name: Adam Chau
Website »

More information

Celebrate the start of summer vacation at the Homestead’s Family Outdoor Movie Night featuring Grease. Enjoy dinner from popular food trucks Melt...

Cost: $5 per Car

Where:
John Jay Homestead
400 Jay Street
Katonah, NY
View map »


Website »

More information

Every summer, the Seaport Ferry in South Norwalk carries hundreds of hungry passengers to the historic 1868 Sheffield Island Lighthouse for the Norwalk Seaport Association's famous Thursday...

Cost: $65 or $79 per person

Where:
Sheffield Island & Lighthouse
4 North Water Street
Norwalk, CT
View map »


Website »

More information

Saw Mill Club, Westchester’s premier luxury health and fitness club with two locations in Mount Kisco, announces the debut of its first annual Bridal Boot Camp. The six-week program...

Cost: $599

Where:
Saw Mill Club
77 Kensico Drive
Mount Kisco, NY  10549
View map »


Sponsor: Saw Mill Club
Telephone: 914-241-0797
Contact Name: Barbara Accetta
Website »

More information

Celebrate the start of summer vacation at the Homestead’s Family Outdoor Movie Night featuring Grease. Enjoy dinner from popular food trucks Melt...

Cost: $5.00 per car

Where:
400 Jay Street, Rt. 22
Katonah, NY
View map »


Website »

More information

Three rockin’ moms play music spanning 8 decades from Motown and American Standards to techno-pop.

Where:
Bedford Hills Memorial Park
60 Haines Rd
Bedford Hills, NY  10507
View map »


Website »

More information

Film buff Carol Durst’s (of Menus in the Movies fame) new film series brings you the best of the Oscar also-rans with a focus on films showcasing the changing definition of family. Lion, an...

Cost: Free

Where:
Chappaqua Library
195 S Greeley Ave
Chappaqua, NY  10514
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Website »

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Three rockin’ moms play music spanning 8 decades from Motown and American Standards to techno-pop.

Where:
60 Haines Rd
Bedford Hills, NY
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Website »

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If variety is the spice of life, then this evening’s program promises to be particularly piquante. Cellist Edward Arron offers another of his popular chamber music concerts joined by his...

Cost: $15, $24, $32, $40 / Free tickets for students 18 and under!

Where:
Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts
149 Girdle Ridge Road
Katonah, NY  10536
View map »


Website »

More information

Free Open Mic Night at the Studio Around the Corner!   Write poetry? Play an instrument? Sing? Act? Just want to show off your stuff? Come to Studio Around the Corner’s Open Mic Night!...

Cost: Free

Where:
Studio Around The Corner
67 Main St, Suite 101
Brewster, NY
View map »


Website »

More information

Venture out for a rare close-up look at five historic lighthouses on Long Island Sound!  Participants aboard R/V Spirit of the Sound will make passes by five century-old beacons: Peck Ledge,...

Cost: $70

Where:
The Maritime Aquarium
10 North Water Street
Norwalk, CT
View map »


Website »

More information

With its breathtaking views of the Hudson River, Boscobel provides a world-class setting for summer Shakespeare. From Artistic Director Davis McCallum to HVSF’s troupe of actors, the...

Cost: Ticket prices vary

Where:
Boscobel
1601 NY-9D
Garrison, NY  10524
View map »


Website »

More information

Sheffield Island with its historic 148-year-old lighthouse, beaches and wildlife refuge offers abundant summer fun for visitors.  From May through September, visitors can board the...

Cost: $25

Where:
Sheffield Island & Lighthouse
4 North Water St.
Norwalk, CT
View map »


Website »

More information

Many Shakespeare performances are being held this summer, including Shakespeare in the Park (Central Park), Shakespeare on the Green (Sterling Farms, Stamford) Shakespeare on the Sound...

Cost: Free

Where:
Delacorte Theater
81st St & Central Park West or 79th Street & Fifth Avenue
New York, NY
View map »


Website »

More information

HVSF is on What To Do’s Bucket List for it’s spicy comedies, world class setting on a hill at historic Boscobel and it’s amazing picnic opps overlooking the Hudson River...

Cost: prices starting at $15

Where:
Boscobel
1601 Rt. 9D
Garrison, NY  10524
View map »


Website »

More information

Experience the joy of setting sail and shutting off the engine as we sail through Long Island Sound. Sit back and relax or take a turn at the helm, the choice is yours. Sails depart from...

Cost: $20-$40

Where:
SoundWaters
1281 Cove Rd
Stamford, CT
View map »


Website »

More information

Last Days of Pangea: In the Footsteps of Dinosaurs November 19, 2016 - July 16, 2017 Image: Cast skull of Postosuchus, one of the largest carnivorous reptiles during the late Triassic, 200...

Cost: $7 adult, $6 Senior/student, under 5 and member free

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Drive
Greenwich, CT  06878
View map »


Sponsor: Bruce Museum
Website »

More information

School’s Out/Art’s In June 20-23, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM, Drop-In Children: $5 Members, $8 Non-Members. Adults: Regular admission. Drop into the Katonah Museum of...

Cost: $5-$8

Where:
Katonah Museum of Art
134 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
View map »


Website »

More information

Our founder, Cole Palen, grew up next to a great 1930’s Hudson Valley airport dreaming that he would own and fly the machines he saw overhead and spent the rest of his life bringing the...

Cost: $8.00 - $10.00

Where:
Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome
9 Norton Rd
Red Hook, NY
View map »


Website »

More information

Experience the joy of setting sail and shutting off the engine as we sail through Long Island Sound. Sit back and relax or take a turn at the helm, the choice is yours. Sails depart from...

Cost: $40/adults, $20 for children ages 5-12

Where:
Cove Island Park
1281 Cove Rd
Stamford, CT  06902
View map »


Website »

More information

Show More...
Show Less...

On display from June 3 through July 15. The Ground Glass, a Westchester-based association of photographers, will be exhibiting “The 42nd Annual Ground Glass Exhibition,” a selection of...

Cost: Free

Where:
Pound Ridge Library
271 Westchester Avenue
Pound Ridge, NY  10576
View map »


Sponsor: Pound Ridge Library
Telephone: 914-764-5085
Website »

More information

It’s not officially summer until the Bedford Historical Society hosts its annual Solstice party! Join them for a magical evening at this private estate, nestled in the treetops with forever...

Cost: $150-$500

Where:
Bedford, CT


Website »

More information

  Registration is open for the 11th annual Swim Across America Greenwich-Stamford Swim, taking place Saturday, June 24, 2017, in Long Island Sound on the border of Greenwich and Stamford at...

Cost: Fundraiser

Where:
ACGT
96 Cummings Point Road
Stamford, CT  06902
View map »


Sponsor: Swim Across America
Telephone: 203-570-9195
Contact Name: Michele Graham
Website »

More information

For a real feel of the country drive up Rt. 22 to the John Jay Homestead where you go to market with grass under your feet, surrounded by historic buildings and music as vintage as the carriage...

Cost: Food prices

Where:
John Jay Homestead
400 Jay Street
Katonah, NY  10536
View map »


Website »

More information

Join us for a 1 hour outdoor Vinyasa Yoga class! Every Saturday Beginning May 20! 9:00am - 10:00am   Enjoy a morning of serenity of the farm among the apple...

Cost: $15

Where:
Harvest Moon Farm & Orchard
130 Hardscrabble Road
North Salem, NY  10560-2115
View map »


Website »

More information

The annual American Roots Music Festival offers a day full of folk, country, bluegrass, gospel, blues, singer/songwriter, string band, old time, and everything in between. Multiple award winning...

Cost: $30, $40, $50, $60, $70, $80, $90 / Day Only $25

Where:
Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts
149 Girdle Ridge Road
Katonah, NY  10536
View map »


Website »

More information

In Ayurveda, health is defined as a balance of body, mind, and spirit. It is the natural state in which we should reside. Imbalances result in “dis-ease” and illness – very...

Cost: Free Lecture

Where:
Katonah Pharmacy
202 Katonah Avenue
Katonah, NY
View map »


Sponsor: Dr. Somesh Kaushik
Telephone: 914-875-9088
Contact Name: Dr. Somesh Kaushik
Website »

More information

Cruise through history and the majestic beauty of the Hudson River We specialize in Weddings and Private Charters Elegance for all affairs 2 Hour narrated sightseeing cruises Customized cruises...

Cost: Adults $22 Seniors Ages 65 and up $20 Children Ages 4 to 11 $18

Where:
Hudson River Adventures, Inc
90 Front St
Newburgh, NY
View map »


Website »

More information

Attention Wizards, Witches and even Muggles! Harry Potter Fans of ALL AGES are welcome to attend "A Day at Hogwarts: Celebrating 20 Magical Years of Harry Potter!"  This celebration...

Cost: Free

Where:
Studio Around The Corner
67 Main St, Suite 101
Brewster, NY
View map »


Website »

More information

The Pound Ridge Historical Society will open “Modern in Pound Ridge: 20th Century Architecture + Lifestyle” at the Pound Ridge Museum on April 23, 2017. This is a real departure for the...

Cost: Free

Where:
Pound Ridge Museum
255 Westchester Ave
Pound Ridge, NY  10576
View map »


Sponsor: Pound Ridge Historical Society
Telephone: 914-764-4333
Website »

More information

Join local author Tom Molito as he tells the stories behind his recently released book Mickey Mantle: Inside and Outside the Lines. As a longtime friend of Mantle, Tom has a unique and fresh...

Cost: Free

Where:
Pound Ridge Library
271 Westchester Avenue
Pound Ridge, NY  10576
View map »


Sponsor: Pound Ridge Library
Telephone: 914-764-5085
Website »

More information

The Armonk Chamber of Commerce presents music, activities and special promotions from retailers and restaurants in downtown Armonk the third Thursday in June, July and August. Upcoming street fests...

Where:
Armonk Chamber of Commerce
New York, NY


Website »

More information

David Hutchinson is an Associate Principal and lead designer in the architectural firm, Perkins Eastman. Along with architecture, David is an artist whose work emphasizes the synergies between...

Cost: Free

Where:
The Lionheart Gallery
27 Westchester Avenue
Pound Ridge, NY  10576
View map »


Sponsor: Pound Ridge Historical Society and The Lionheart Gallery
Website »

More information

Clay Art Center is pleased to present: Two Concurrent Solo Exhibitions Opening Reception: Saturday, June 10th, 6 - 8pm Stories of My Histories, By Natalia Arbalaez 2016-17...

Cost: Free

Where:
Clay Art Center
40 Beech Street
Port Chester, NY  10573


Sponsor: Clay Art Center
Telephone: 914-937-2047
Contact Name: Adam Chau
Website »

More information

Every summer, the Seaport Ferry in South Norwalk carries hundreds of hungry passengers to the historic 1868 Sheffield Island Lighthouse for the Norwalk Seaport Association's famous Thursday...

Cost: $65 or $79 per person

Where:
Sheffield Island & Lighthouse
4 North Water Street
Norwalk, CT
View map »


Website »

More information

Saw Mill Club, Westchester’s premier luxury health and fitness club with two locations in Mount Kisco, announces the debut of its first annual Bridal Boot Camp. The six-week program...

Cost: $599

Where:
Saw Mill Club
77 Kensico Drive
Mount Kisco, NY  10549
View map »


Sponsor: Saw Mill Club
Telephone: 914-241-0797
Contact Name: Barbara Accetta
Website »

More information

It's not officially Summer until the Solstice Party Enjoy a magical evening with extraordinary views, lavish hors d'oeuvres, creative cocktails and music under the stars while surrounded...

Cost: $150

Where:
Timberline
Bedford, NY  10506


Sponsor: Bedford Historical Society
Telephone: 914-234-9751
Contact Name: Sophia Bernier
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Venture out for a rare close-up look at five historic lighthouses on Long Island Sound!  Participants aboard R/V Spirit of the Sound will make passes by five century-old beacons: Peck Ledge,...

Cost: $70

Where:
The Maritime Aquarium
10 North Water Street
Norwalk, CT
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With its breathtaking views of the Hudson River, Boscobel provides a world-class setting for summer Shakespeare. From Artistic Director Davis McCallum to HVSF’s troupe of actors, the...

Cost: Ticket prices vary

Where:
Boscobel
1601 NY-9D
Garrison, NY  10524
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Sheffield Island with its historic 148-year-old lighthouse, beaches and wildlife refuge offers abundant summer fun for visitors.  From May through September, visitors can board the...

Cost: $25

Where:
Sheffield Island & Lighthouse
4 North Water St.
Norwalk, CT
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Many Shakespeare performances are being held this summer, including Shakespeare in the Park (Central Park), Shakespeare on the Green (Sterling Farms, Stamford) Shakespeare on the Sound...

Cost: Free

Where:
Delacorte Theater
81st St & Central Park West or 79th Street & Fifth Avenue
New York, NY
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HVSF is on What To Do’s Bucket List for it’s spicy comedies, world class setting on a hill at historic Boscobel and it’s amazing picnic opps overlooking the Hudson River...

Cost: prices starting at $15

Where:
Boscobel
1601 Rt. 9D
Garrison, NY  10524
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Experience the joy of setting sail and shutting off the engine as we sail through Long Island Sound. Sit back and relax or take a turn at the helm, the choice is yours. Sails depart from...

Cost: $20-$40

Where:
SoundWaters
1281 Cove Rd
Stamford, CT
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Last Days of Pangea: In the Footsteps of Dinosaurs November 19, 2016 - July 16, 2017 Image: Cast skull of Postosuchus, one of the largest carnivorous reptiles during the late Triassic, 200...

Cost: $7 adult, $6 Senior/student, under 5 and member free

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Drive
Greenwich, CT  06878
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Sponsor: Bruce Museum
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Looking for something relaxing, creative and fun to do this Winter/Spring for the whole family. Take part in Clay Art Center’s Saturday Drop-In Clay Class, Saturdays from...

Cost: $25

Where:
Clay Art Center
40 Beech Street
Port Chester, NY  10573
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Telephone: 914-937-2047
Contact Name: Nancy Yates
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Sleeping with Wolves, the Wolf Conservation Center's (WCC) popular nocturnal adventure experience, gives guests a chance to camp out overnight with the 20+ wolves that call the WCC home! With...

Cost: $150.00 - $299.00

Where:
Wolf Conservation Center
South Salem, NY


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Experience the joy of setting sail and shutting off the engine as we sail through Long Island Sound. Sit back and relax or take a turn at the helm, the choice is yours. Sails depart from...

Cost: $40/adults, $20 for children ages 5-12

Where:
Cove Island Park
1281 Cove Rd
Stamford, CT  06902
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