Summer Camp at the Everhart – Nature Curiosities Week

Grades K-6th
Nature’s Curiosities brings the Museum’s natural history collection to life! Campers will learn about nature’s oddities through hands-on exploration of bugs, insects, flying creatures and more. Through lessons combining Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math, campers will have a better understanding of the odd and curious natural world by making active connections between the Everhart Museum’s natural history & fine art collections. The week will end with a science fair for parents and families. Registration will open on January 6.

Spring Crafts at Lyndhurst

Celebrating 35 Years at Westchester’s Most Beloved Art and Shopping Experience at One of Its Most Popular Landmarks! Spring Crafts at Lyndhurst, a celebration of all things handmade, returns to Tarrytown, New York for its 35th anniversary on May 1, 2, 3, 2020. This semi-annual event featuring 275 of America’s best artists and modern makers is held at Lyndhurst, one of the country’s most beautiful historic Gothic Revival estates. Crafts at Lyndhurst continues to thrive by being Westchester County’s favorite art and shopping experience and is a Hudson Valley event not to miss! For over three decades this cultural phenomenon has brought hundreds of thousands of craft lovers to the Lyndhurst estate, raised almost four million dollars for the National Trust for Historic Preservation and helped to sustain the careers of thousands of independent artists from across the country.

Spring Crafts at Lyndhurst

Spring Crafts at Lyndhurst, celebrating 35 years as Westchester’s most beloved art and shopping experience at one of its most popular landmarks, returns to Tarrytown, NY on May 1-3, 2020. This semi-annual event features 275 of America’s best modern makers on the grounds of Lyndhurst, one of the country’s most beautiful historic estates. A full day art and shopping experience for the entire family including interactive puppet theater, delicious gourmet foods and concessions, hands-on demonstrations and more. Weekend pass $12; seniors $11; kids 6-16 $4, under 6 free. Rain or shine.

Handbags — which are not examples of the "Sam" mentioned below — hang on display in the window of a Kate Spade & Co. store in Corte Madera, California, U.S., on Friday, Feb. 27, 2015.

This New Yorker’s First (Real) Kate Spade Bag

Weekend Edition editor Barrie Hardymon remembers saving up for her first Kate Spade bag as a young New York music student. Yes, it held her Russian novels — but it also represented something more.