YORKTOWN, N.Y. - There are no shortage of indoor and outdoor activities and events in town this weekend.
Friday, May 4
Arbor Day: 3 p.m. Ceremony for Arbor Day sponsored by the Tree Conservation Advisory Committee at Patriot Garden at Yorktown Town Hall. Tree planting and poster contest winners. A plaque will also be presented to Supervisor Michael Grace commemorating Yorktown as a Tree City USA town. Town Hall is at 363 Underhill Ave.
Open Mic Night: 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. First Friday Cafe Open Mic Night at Yorktown Town Hall. Music, covers and originals performed by teens. Town Hall is at 363 Underhill Ave.
The Music Man Jr.: 7:30 p.m. Students from Mildred E. Strang Middle School will be performing this comedic musical based on the original Broadway American classic at Yorktown High School Friday and Saturday. Tickets are $9. Yorktown High School is on Route 202.
My Fair Lady: 8 p.m. Panas Players will be celebrating the 30th anniversary of the PAC with this spring musical Friday and Saturday. Tickets are $10. A complimentary dessert reception will be held each night at 6:45 p.m. Walter Panas High School is on Croton Avenue in Cortlandt.
Dancing With the Stars: 7 p.m. Nine teams featuring a notable town resident and a professional dancer will compete in a fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society at Sinapi's Ceola Manor in Jefferson Valley. Tickets are $40.
Saturday, May 5
I Love My Parks Day: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. A celebration of parks featuring hikes, bike tours and spring cleaning. At 10 a.m., the Bridge over the Taconic will be dedicated at Woodlands Legacy Fields. Map and programs can be picked up at FDR State Park, Route 202, Yorktown. Visit www.ilovemyparksyorktown.org .
Shabbat Services: 10 a.m. Services, followed by a talk from Hyman Mendelowitz, who was liberated from Nazi death camps on April 29, 1945, will be conducted by Chabad Yorktown at Yorktown Nursery School, 247 Veterans Road. All are welcome.
Museum Exhibit: Noon. "Spring Fever" exhibit opening at Yorktown Museum, with guest curator Bob Mayer displaying a collection of vintage baseball items and articles. A must for baseball fans. Free. Yorktown Museum is located at 1974 Commerce St.
Sunday, May 6
Historic House Tour: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. 2nd Annual Historic House Tour of Yorktown to benefit Relay for Life, a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. Tour features four of Yorktown's historic homes and a catered luncheon at Soundview Preparatory School on Underhill Avenue. Tickets are $50 adults, $25 children 16 and under.
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