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Published July 22, 2023 2:42 PM
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This Weekend

All About Sharks

On Saturday and Sunday from 9 to 5, celebrate these majestic creatures through science, art, and math at the Westchester Children’s Museum. Join them for seaworthy activities, including Shark Teeth Sorting, Dissolving Seashells, Shark Trackers, Sinking Boat Challenge, Mermaid’s Purse Sketching, and Pinning the Fin on the Shark.   

Three’s the Charm

On Saturdays from 10-2 Rye library offers preschoolers 3 and up time for exploration and sensory play with STEM Sparks Maker Bins. The friendly boxes are filled with open-ended activities and materials aimed to boost fine and gross motor skills and problem-solving games. 

Children’s Corner

Monday in Morocco

Celebrate food and culture from around the world by learning to cook a new recipe from a different country every week at the Rye library. On July 24 from 4 to 5, kids entering Kindergarten-5th grade this fall can join children’s librarian Ms. Lisa to create a tasty snack.

Beach Babes

Every summer Friday from 10-10:30 join the Rye library at Rye Town Park and beach for story time fun under the pavilion. The program is geared to babies and preschoolers and includes fingerplays, movement, songs, rhymes, books, and sunshine. 

Teen Time

Not So Secret Sharer

On August 3, from 11:30-12:30, teens can share what they’re reading with others, get help with logging activities in Read Squared, and receive personalized reading recommendations with Sarah in the RFRR’s Teen Room.

Fitness First

Align Thyself

Wainwright House is offering a Critical Alignment Yoga Workshop on Thursday, August 3 from 9:30-1. The yoga practice focuses on releasing tension and stress by reconnecting the physical body, emotional world, breath, and the mind.

The cost is $90. Light refreshments will be served.

 Night Out

Salsa Time

Latin Jazz Night returns to Wainwright House on Saturday, July 29. From 5-5:30 learn to salsa, and from then on listen and move to live music courtesy of the Carlos Jimenez Mambo Quartet.

Life of Pie

Join Rye Free Reading Room librarians and the experts from Noble Pies July 26 from 6-7 for an evening of pie and book pairings at the kickoff Pie & Pages event for adults. Enjoy a pie-making demonstration, a raffle, and tasty treats.

Arts & Entertainment

Music in the Park

The sounds of the Scott Wenzel Big Band can carry you far. They’ll perform at Rye Town Park on Tuesday, August 8 at 7. Enjoy going back to one of the most celebrated American musical eras and introduce your children and grandchildren to the “greatest generation” while you’re there. The concert is free. Bring lawn chairs and a blanket.

The Great Outdoors

Animal House!

The Friends of Rye Nature Center invites families to meet and greet the creatures that live on-campus and are part of its programming at two free sessions, July 27 and August 10 from 11:30-12. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Sign up at

Paddle Through Time

Explore Milton Harbor by kayak with Wainwright Historian Deborah Walker on Saturday, August 12 from 10:30-12:30. The event is free for Wainwright members, $20 for non-members.

Fun, Fun, Fun

A Little Night Magic

Rye Rec has been making good use of its wonderful amphitheater this summer. On Friday, August 18 at 6, Rye Rec invites children of all ages to a free Fun Night, starring comedian, magician, ventriloquist, and mentalist John Prizzi. The food truck will be on site; bring your own chairs.]

Make Way for a Rainy Day

When Raindrops Keep Falling

The Jay Heritage Center urges all to keep up their spirits in the face of a little, okay maybe more than a little, rain. Start by taking a virtual tour of the Jay mansion from the screen of your choice. Bring an umbrella and go see what volunteers and the Horticultural Director have created in the gardens. Finally, binge Season 3 of “Dickinson”, which was filmed at the estate.

Save the Date

September Roses

Heavy rains forced the Jay Heritage Center to postpone its workshop and talk with world-class gardener and rose expert Stephen Scanniello. The new date is September 10 at 3. 

Scanniello is a consultant for private and public gardens. He currently serves as the curator of the Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden at the New York Botanical Garden, and consultant to the Elizabeth Park Conservancy in West Hartford, Conn.

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