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What to Do in Lewisboro-Pound Ridge This Weekend

Live music is everywhere in Lewisboro and Pound Ridge, N.Y., this weekend, and music lovers will have an array of choices, ranging from top acts at the Ridgefield Playhouse to more intimate performances by local musicians. There’s plenty to do outdoors as well, including visiting the White Garden in Lewisboro or taking a guided tour of the historic Burial Hill Cemetery in Pound Ridge. Check out our Events page for even more things to do.

Friday, April 27

Live Music at the Horse & Hound: 9 p.m. Chip Andrus and Vince Castellucci will perform live at the Horse & Hound, featuring a blend of folk, country and rock. The restaurant and bar is at 94 Spring St. in South Salem. Call 914-763-3108 for more information.

Live Music at Mariela’s Wine Bar: 8 p.m. Mariela’s Wine & Espresso Bar offers live music featuring Los Cintron. Good wine, good food and a couple of guitars. Admission is free. Mariela’s is at 71 Westchester Ave. in Pound Ridge. Call 914-764-3424.

Taylor Hicks at the Ridgefield Playhouse: 8 p.m. Hicks is the fifth-season winner of the “American Idol” TV show. He has toured extensively with a production of the musical “Grease” and will bring his blend of classic rock, blues and soul to Ridgefield. Tickets are $55. Call the box office at 203-403-2690. The Playhouse is at 80 E. Ridge, Ridgefield, Conn.

Saturday, April 28

Wellness & Sustainability Fair: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Tour the newly renovated John Jay High School Fitness Center and the new AP Farms athletic fields, and see the solar panels that the Katonah-Lewisboro school district installed. Northern Westchester Hospital representatives will offer health screenings, Energize Lewisboro will review ways homes may be losing energy, and the John Jay High School Noteables and the Rolling Tones will provide entertainment. Guests will also be able to purchase plants from the elementary schools’ edible gardens, explore local sustainability initiatives, sign up for summer camps, and enjoy student performances and more. Aramark will provide healthy food for purchase. The fifth annual fair is at John Jay High School, 60 N. Salem Road, Cross River.

Technology & You Workshop: 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Find out how to use the Lewisboro Library’s catalog to download free audiobooks and e-books onto compatible digital devices. Call to the library to register at 914-763-3857 and bring your library card with PIN and your digital device.

“Beatlemania”: 7:30 p.m., Fox Lane High School Theater. The Community Education Foundation and Friends of Music and the Arts present the renowned former cast members of “Beatlemania,” who will perform their original representation of The Beatles with their show, “The Cast of Beatlemania.” This concert is a major part of the annual fundraising campaign by the foundation and the Friends. For more information, call Susan Ackerman at 914-522-0452. To purchase tickets, go to www.foxlanebeatlemania.com . The school is at 632 S. Bedford Road in Bedford.

Live Music at Mariela’s Wine Bar: 8 p.m. Mariela’s Wine & Espresso Bar offers live music featuring The Libertine Project, a band that plays a fusion of funk, rock and jazz. Admission is free. Mariela’s is at 71 Westchester Ave. in Pound Ridge. Call 914-764-3424.

Sunday, April 29

Garden Conservancy’s Open Days: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Take a self-guided tour of Lewisboro’s White Garden, which features a native oak-hickory forest and Greek-revival house. Check out the classically inspired gardens, grotto, pergola garden, labyrinth and theater court. Order tickets online or pay $5 at the garden. The White Garden is at 199 Elmwood Road in Lewisboro. Call 845-265-5384.

Tour of Burial Hill Cemetery: 2:45 p.m. The Pound Ridge Historical Society will kick off the event with its 41st annual meeting at 2 p.m. at the Town House, then proceed with the cemetery tour led by Patrick Raftery, Westchester County Historical Society librarian; and Carl Breuinger, superintendent of Burial Hill. The event also marks the new Pound Ridge Museum exhibit, “Cemeteries of Pound Ridge.”

Colin Hay at the Ridgefield Playhouse: 8 p.m. Former lead singer for Men at Work, Hay has made his name in the folk world as well and has released 11 albums. Tickets are $40. Call the box office at 203-403-2690. The Playhouse is at 80 E. Ridge, Ridgefield, Conn.

Rock the Ride and Run, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The Lance Armstrong Foundation will hold its annual bike ride and run fundraiser in Pound Ridge.There will be activities for runners and cyclists of all levels before and after the event. Friends and family can join in the fun at the LIVESTRONG Village at the Trinity Corners Shopping Center on Westchester Avenue in Scott's Corners that will feature booths and tables from local organizations and businesses. Riders will be put on a 40k course that will take them from Westchester County into Fairfield County. To register, visit the event's website or call 914-384-3648 . Registration fee is $36.

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