Katonah is exploding with cultural celebrations this weekend! The forecast looks fabulous, and there’s something for everyone!
Enjoy live music throughout the village Saturday, June 16! Start at the Katonah Museum of Art for a free tour at 4 pm, then come to Katonah Avenue between 5 and 8 pm to visit nine galleries, meet the artists, and enjoy toasting the community! Print out this handy map (or pick one up at Offerings Gallery) and use the coupon for a complimentary glass of wine at The Whitlock or KR Café (with purchase).
On the Farm Dinner
Just down the road, the John Jay Homestead will be celebrating the homestead’s agrarian history from 6:30 to 10 pm on Saturday with an outdoor farm-to-table dinner and fundraiser. Purdy’s Farmer & the Fish will provide cocktails, oyster bar, and farm-fresh dishes.
The American Songbook, Live in Concert
Caramoor Center for Music & the Arts kicks off its 2018 musical season on Saturday evening, June 16, with a glamorous dinner party under the big, white tent, followed by a performance by record-breaking winner of six Tony Awards, Audra McDonald, who returns to Caramoor bringing her exceptional talents. Guests are in for what promises to be a blockbuster performance of the American Songbook, as brought to life by the inspiring force of a Broadway legend and Caramoor’s exceptional orchestra-in-residence, Orchestra of St. Luke’s.
Family Concert with The Knights
Looking for a kid-friendly alternative? On Sunday afternoon, June 17, Caramoor presents an hour-long, family-friendly concert for a younger audience to engage with and get excited about music both familiar and new. Brooklyn-based orchestral collective The Knights and steel pan virtuoso Andy Akiho interact with the audience to inspire curiosity, encourage musical discoveries, and — of course — have fun.