1. Music show at Katonah Library
“One World” will be presented by Chris Merwin today at 2 p.m., a show for all ages. This is a multi-cultural music show with unusual instruments form all over the world. It’s billed as “fun, educational and fully interactive, making it perfect for children ages 3 and up.” Free tickets are available in the library, call 232-1233 for details.
2. Scrabble in Bedford and Lewisboro
3. It’s National Blueberry Month
We’re so fortunate to have farmer’s markets and U-Pick farms closeby. Check out our farmer’s market vendor series and our story on where to pick berries for details on where to pick up your summer berries.
4. Haven’t been to the gym or don’t belong?
Get back into the swing of fitness by joining this high-low aerobics class, taught by Paula DiJulio, which is geared to adults who may not be exercising regularly and would like to begin a healthy program. All you need to do is registor (click here for details) and bring a mat or large towel.
5. A year ago on Patch
We covered the Veg Out garden tour, hosted by the Bedford Garden Club, which featured a walking tour of ten local gardens and an expo at the John Jay Homestead. For more on this club, which recently celebrated its 100th birthday, visit their website—they’ve got some great gardening tips too, such as a recipe on how to rid your houseplants of whiteflies.