March 1 – 8

Welcome to your 7-day Momecast™ – an event forecast for Moms (and Dads) of what to do and where to go throughout Westchester County; with the kids, without the kids and for the whole family! Below we have listed many fun and unique happenings for this week! We are looking for a mom in each city and town in Westchester County to become an ambassador for our website!



Monday-Thursday from 11am – 8pm, Friday-Saturday from 10am – 8pm and Sunday from 11am – 6:30pm: It’s Time For Easter Bunny Photos Reserve your appointment for a photo with the fluffy one ahead of time online. A $10 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your appointment. This $10 will be put towards your purchase of a Bunny photo package during your visit with Bunny. The Westchester, White Plains.

Thursday, March 3:

Image speaks for itself.

7pm: Westchester Knicks vs. Canton Charge Westchester County Center, White Plains.

Thursday, March 3 – Sunday, March 6

Thursday – Saturday at 6:15pm, Sunday at 11:45am and 5:15pm: Man Of La Mancha Come “Dream the Impossible Dream” with this five-time Tony award-winning musical! Inspired by one of the greatest novels of all time, Man of La Mancha features Miguel de Cervantes who channels the power of storytelling to enact his magical tale of the greatest knight of all. Don Quixote – the slayer of dragons, windmills and defender of ladies in distress. On a quest to restore chivalry to the world and to claim his lady love, Don Quixote and his trusty sidekick Sancho, remind us all to never give up – that miracles happen – and we can reach the stars. Runs until May 1st. Westchester Broadway Theatre, Elmsford.

Thursday – Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 3pm: The Kennedy Catholic Players is pleased to present the 2013 Broadway version of Cinderella. The timeless enchantment of a magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance. Originally presented on television in 1957 starring Julie Andrews, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella was the most widely viewed program in the history of the medium. Its recreation in 1965 starring Lesley An Warren was no less successful in transporting a new generation to the miraculous kingdom of dreams-come-true, and so was a second remake in 1997, which starred Brandy as Cinderella and Whitney Houston as her Fairy Godmother. As adapted for the stage, with great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike still soar when the slipper fits. Reservations are highly recommended! Ticket prices at the door are $20. John F. Kennedy Catholic, Somers.

Friday, March 4:

9am: Open House The Chapel School educates the whole child to grow academically and aesthetically by providing a curriculum that meets and exceeds NYS standards, and is enhanced with fine arts, technology, a foreign language, library media and special events. K-8. The Chapel School, Bronxville.

{PTO} 6 – 7:30pm: Evening Howl Join us for a special Evening Howl and enjoy visiting the wolves during their favorite hour – dusk.  Learn about the mythology, biology and ecology of wolves in North America while enjoying a lovely spread of wine and cheese.  Guests will take a short sunset hike to howl with Ambassador Wolves Atka, Alawa, Nikai and Zephyr and behold the WCC’s critically endangered red wolves and Mexican wolves too.  This program is for adults 21 years old and over. Pre-registration is required. Adults 21 and over. $20 per person. Wolf Conservation Center, South Salem.

6:30 – 7:15pm: Look… See! and Learn with Dr. Samantha Slotnick Struggling in School? Math concepts a challenge? Poor spelling? Fighting the “Homework War?” Reading below expectations? Is it really a short attention span? Vision Therapy helps children build all of the key skills they need for success in school! At Look… See! & Learn, your child can learn to: organize visual information, improve visualization skills, enhance visual memory, problem solve, build planning and sequencing skills, and much more! Our Vision Team will introduce your child to learning through play concepts! Reserve your spot for this incredible opportunityto learn through play and exploration in our Vision Therapy Space! Open to all children, ages 5 and up. Space is limited, reservation required. $18 per child, Parents or guardians free. Behavioral Optometry, Scarsdale.

8pm: Dance Off the Grid Opening night of the third season of Dance off The Grid at the Emelin features three critically acclaimed companies known for pushing the boundaries of contemporary dance. Please join us as the amazingly inventive Armitage Gone! Dance delivers a much needed shock to the classic vocabulary, the 2015 Bessie Award winning Dorrance Dance blasts open our notions of traditional tap and the company at the vanguard of American modern dance since 1946, Limón Dance, delivers a fresh bold take on a timeless vision. Be sure to stay after the premiere of Dance Off The Grid for a fun and insightful Q&A session with the choreographers and the dancers, to learn more about what inspires their work. $25 per ticket. Emelin Theatre, Mamaroneck.

Saturday, March 5:

9 – 11am: Project Feeder Watch Learn to identify and count birds with expert birders from Saw Mill River Audubon. Beginners welcome! Croton Point Nature Center, Croton-on-Hudson.

10 – 11:30am (ages 8-11) and 12 – 1:30pm (ages 11-13): Workshop: Exploring Tape Art Learn to look at various types of colored tape (masking, crepe paper, and duct tapes) in a more artistic way! Rip it, cut it, and bunch it – then make art with it. From Matisse inspired cut outs, to conceptual or abstract compositions. Lots of fun! Fee: $20 (All supplies included). The Rye Arts Center, Rye.

10am – 12pm: Nature Photography Skills Bring your camera and learn how to take better photos of nature and wildlife. Edith G. Read Sanctuary, Rye.

10am – 12pm: Project Feeder Watch Join this Citizen Science project sponsored by Cornell University Ornithology Laboratory and learn how to identify local birds and do a bird count. Lenoir Preserve, Yonkers.

10am – 2pm: Sugar House Chat Northeast North American’s history comes alive during a demonstration of the origins of this amazing product. Friends of Trailside Museum and Ward Pouder Ridge Reservation, Cross River.


10:30am: Minecraft: Galactic Mission The first and biggest recreational league where gamers of all ages compete, socialize and play video games on the big screen in movie theaters worldwide. It’s a 4-week, in-theater league. Gamers attend once a week and play alongside their teams. There are 4-7 gamers per team. Every gamer gets a limited edition Galactic Mission Gaming Jersey. Gameplay lasts 90 minutes. See your event’s details for specific start times and dates. Our Minecraft Galactic Mission league is only for laptop gaming. Every week, each gamer must bring their own fully-charged laptop with Minecraft 1.8 installed. Sorry, iPads and tablets are not compatible with Galactic Mission. Don’t forget to bring your mouse if you normally game with one. Anyone who loves Minecraft can play, and our gamers are mostly between the ages of 6-15 years old. Reoccurs until March 12th. League price is $60 and includes a free jersey. City Center 15: Cinema de Lux, White Plains.

11am – 12pm: Mammal Mania What makes a mammal a mammal?  What strategies do mammals use to survive?  Using furs, mounts and live animals we’ll explore the magnificant diversity of furry creatures that call Teatown home.  Families with children 4 years old and up. Teatown, Ossining.

1 – 2:30pm: Winter Movie Day Come in from the cold for a nature-themed movie and some popcorn. Fee $3 per person; pre-registration required. Cranberry Lake Preserve, North White Plains.


1 – 4pm: LEGO Building Sundays Create a Lego building for Micro City and place it on a giant map of city streets. Meet and work with Brett Berland from Brick U, Nyack on March 6. Reoccurs on Saturdays in March. On March 27 demolish the Micro City with Brett. Hudson River Museum, Yonkers.

2pm: Tracks! What made that print in the snow? Is it a coyote, someone’s dog, something else? Would you be able to recognize signs that you have raccoon’s around before they start knocking over your trash cans? Come learn a little more about what animal tracks and other sign can tell you, and make your own track to bring home. Ages 10 and up.. $6 per person. Westmoreland Sanctuary, Mt. Kisco.

2pm: Wild Mosaics Feeling creative? Make your own mosaic using natural materials. Fun for all ages. $8 per person. Greenburgh Nature Center, Greenburgh.

Saturday, March 5 – Sunday, March 6:


Sunday, March 6:

11am – 3pm: Maple Sugaring Party A family fun day amidst the peak of maple sugaring season, when the warming daytime temperatures stimulate the sap to flow. Featured events include sap collection demonstrations, depictions of Native American and Colonial style sugaring sites, candy and porridge making and crafts. $10 per person. Day of event: $15 per person. Children under 2 are free. Event held rain or shine. Greenburgh Nature Center, Greenburgh.

12pm: Preview Screening of Mark Osborne’s The Little Prince A benefit supporting our education and outreach programs. Tickets starting at $40 and packages starting at $175; limited availability, first come, first-served. Jacob Burns Film Center, Pleasantville.

12 – 3pm: Sugarin’ Off Join in on the fun with maple-inspired activities on the final day of sugaring and enjoy some sweet snacks. Muscoot Farm, Katonah.

12 – 5pm: Family Day Celebrating Oh Panama! and If the creek don’t rise with a new family guide. Following a blue print, build a 3-D House, build houses with Lego bricks and Panama Folk Music and Dance at 4pm. Hudson River Museum, Yonkers.

1 – 3pm: Sugaring Sundays Stoke up the fire, it’s sugaring time at Teatown! From tapping to collecting, boiling to bottling, Teatown’s naturalists will be in Warren’s Sugar House sharing facts and folklore. Runs on the hour at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. All are welcome. Teatown, Ossining.

2 – 3:30pm: Winter Adventure Series: Flintknapping Learn how to make your own projectile point to take home. Children under 12 must be accompanied by a parent. Marshlands Conservancy, Rye.

5pm: Westchester Knicks vs. Maine Red Claws Westchester County Center, White Plains.

Monday, March 7:

8:30 – 10am: Birdwalk Come to Muscoot and go on a birdwalk with Anne Swaim from the Westchester Audubon Society.  Dress warmly and bring your binoculars. Muscoot Farm, Katonah.

Monday, March 7 – Sunday, March 20:


Tuesday, March 8:

10 – 11am: Nature Play for Toddlers Come meet our wolves and experience nature! The WCC’s “Nature Play for Toddlers” is perfect for caregivers and young children. During the hour-long sessions children will play games and partake in fun activities to connect to nature in a fun, new way! Each session will include outdoor exploration and a chance to meet our nature-loving ambassador wolves. Pre-registration is required. Adults – $12 / Children (under 12) – $10. Wolf Conservation Center, South Salem.

If Fairfield County isn’t too far for you, check out our sister site, MomField – puts the Mom into Fairfield County, CT and lists events that are worth the drive!


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