NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- If you are looking for something to do in the upcoming weekend here are some suggestions:
8th Annual Hudson River EagleFest
Saturday, 9 a.m., continuing throughout the day (weather permitting). Teatown Lake Reservation is sponsoring a full day of activities centered on the eagle population of the Hudson Valley. There will be guided and independent viewings, bus tours, storytelling, childrens programs and activities, bird walks and displays. The suggested donation is $5 per person. For further information, call 914-762-2912 ext. 110, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Author Talk at the Library
Saturday 6 p.m. Author Joel Fishman will discuss his novel, Primacy: a Thriller, the story of a young animal researcher who suddenly discovers that one of her charges has the ability to speak. Publishers Weekly called the book an appealing debut thriller and the Kirkus Reviews said it is more fun than a barrel of overgrown monkeys. A book signing will follow, along with refreshments provided by the Friends of the Library. There is no charge.
Play Reading at the Schoolhouse
Sunday 3 p.m. Emerging playwright Barton Kunstler will be on hand for a reading from his historical drama, An Inquiry in Florence, based upon an actual meeting between the poet John Milton and the aged Galileo. The event concludes with a Talk-Back, guaranteed to end in time for you to get home for the Super Bowl. Tickets are $10.
Tea at the Tavern
Saturday 3 p.m. In celebration of Charles Dickens bi-centennial birthday, the Keeler Tavern Museum is collaborating with the Ridgefield Library to highlight some Victorian traditions. A 19th century tea with all its accoutrements will be served in the Garden House. Tickets are $30.
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