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Further South, snatch a role of Hummer on the terrace at Hudson Farmer & the Fisher in Sleepy Hollow or a draft and MLB match on television at Casino Barley on Hudson. Across the district, Port Chester's Colony Grill (open until pressing time), bar-style heated cooking is done in front of the Byram River.
Experience classic and concessional shows at the John Jay Homestead in Katona for $10 per vehicle, or watch free shows near you, including Senasqua Park in Croton, Ridge Hill in Yonkers, Neighborhood Nights in White Plains Park and the yearly Entergy Screening Under the Stars at Kensico Dam in Walhalla (see above).
Help locals and craftsmen find something extra on the second Sunday of the month by opening the open-air riverfront open air fair for a full days of living banding, eating, crafting and fellowship. Explore fabulous old -fashioned and handmade masters, try road sandwiches from grocery vans, listen to life tunes and face paint, and spend a whole exciting days discovering the walk-in Rivertown Area.
It' not the Riviera of France (or even the Jersey Shore), but the shore areas of Westchester provide the guarantee of a vibrant seaside experience - without trekking or roads. At the Sound Shore there is the Glen Island Park of New Rochelle, Rye Town Park & Beach and Playland Beach all offering entrance to Long Island Sound.
At the Hudson side, Croton Point Park is popular for its picturesque view and large sandy beaches that are ideal for enjoying the warm sunshine. Once the temperature rises, it also becomes the impressing list of the region's annual festivals. Clearwater's Great Hudson River Revival is just the thing for those who yearn for absolute musical extravagance.
Pleasantville is another popular events in the area, with the participation of millions of people at the packed festival, a fight between groups and R&B to pop culture. A more artistic trip might include the White Plains Festival, where more than a decade of great musicians can be seen on stage throughout the town.
At Irvington, the riverbank ridge of Red Hat on the River attracts a worth seeing amount of people who drink ice-cold coctails and roseware. The Winston in Mount Kisco (see above) is the place to be on Wednesday night when guests fill the house to listen to rock and roll out. At White Plains this sommer Freebird will present its terrace, an getaway from the hubbub of the town, which serves barbecued food and draught ale.
Westchester's many gymnasiums and recreation areas offer some great ways to get into form this season under the big skies. The SUP Westchester, a watersports hire company also based in Mamaroneck, offers a one-hour group course for students aged 15 and over and a 1.5-hour group SUP yoga course - both with paddle board students.
And for those who enjoy free exercise outdoors, Westchester also offers many cycling and walking routes from the 51-mile Westchester River walk to the unbelievably picturesque Ward Pound Ridge Reserve. With a clear conscience we cannot excuse the way to a naturally tanned skin, but we still want a good shine.
That' s why we love all the array tin option that are now available in Westchester. Rye Brook's Rye Brook branch of Global Lewis has the special feature of being the only country site to perform organically engineered, tailor-made bronzing, while Platinum Earth Wash in Hartsdale and all three Solar Escape Earth Wash sites (Eastchester, White Plains and Port Chester) provide the high-tech UV-free Norvell Auto Revolution Sunless Fuel Tank machinery.
Feel the warm sky of Westchester at one of the many places to visit like a gold sundowner. Steer your inner Jules Verne for $300 per capita at Bedford's Balloons Over Westchester (see above), or show that you've got the right fixed-wing Performance Flight gear in West Harrison whose Experience Flight pack costs $399.
Wanna-be rotorheads can take an exciting trip with Wings Air at Westchester Country Airport, where chopper flight hours involve a 30-minute drive for $395 or an hour for $750. If you are an lover of arts, please remember that in our area there is a real galery of arts activities in summers. Tibbits Park's June White Plains Outdoor Arts Festival, one of the county's largest arts and crafts festivals, has been hosting artists, glaziers, photographers, jewellers and other artists for 55 years.
Rockefeller is an enchanting property with more than 70 world-class works. Browse a selection of family-friendly entertainment throughout the entire year at the Cross County Shopping Center's eighth annual outdoor party. On Foodie Fridays, listen to Friday's songs and tasty foods, play rocking shows at a variety of shows, take part in free June gym and gym courses, take the children to stories with locals, and see July pyrotechnics.
There are at least four Westchester getaways where you can test your courage in the hot weather. Sallour The Jigsaw in White Plains has a Viktorian theme for things like her vampire room, while Great Escapery offers you the thrill of her portable getaway room with Zombie Apocalypse.
Transform a rotten Saturday or Sunday into a full working holiday at the Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture in Pocantico Hills (see above). More than 700 hectares of countryside in Over 700 hectares of countryside provide children with a look at past farming history, including swine, horse, chicken and other livestock.
Entrance is also free, and every Sunday in Muscoot there is a farmer's fair with many dishes of the area. During August, visit Wilkens Fruit & Fir in Yorktown Heights, where you can choose your own quality fruit juices, select your own quality fruit juices (call first to verify your picking times), sample wines at the farm's White Hill Vineyard sampling room and sample farm-free products and delicacies at the bakery/country house.
In Westchester there are quieter summers than you can ever throw the baton off a musician. Hammond Museum and the Japanische Stroll Garten in Nord-Salem hold their annual lunar viewing concert (see above) with unbelievable Christmas lamps and Korean Music. In the meantime, Katona's Caramoor Center for Music and Arts is hosting two Premiere Events:
Peekskill Riverfront' summer concert series also features a music break with an amazing panorama that takes place all over the summer on Wednesdays. Drive down Westchester Avenue to Taqueria La Picardia for delicate Al Pasor taracos, then try the Columbian areas - and meet the Shanghai bars - at Aqui Es Santa Fe (see above).
Don't miss a basic food in season on the way back: fruit paleas from Paleteria Fernandez.