Tickets & Events in Jefferson Valley-Yorktown


"Sid the Science Kid" at Palace Theatre on Friday, February 6, at 4 p.m. (Up to 39% Off)

Sid the Science Kid

The Palace Theatre

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Sid seeks out a mysterious sixth sense in the live version of the popular PBS show, brought to life by Jim Henson’s Creature Shop

$29.50 $18

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Movie Package for One, Two, or Four at Lafayette Theatre (Up to 47% Off)

Lafayette Theatre

Suffern

Grandiose theater—boasting red velvet curtain, chadelier, and opera booths—hosts first-run movies and classic cinema

$17.75 $10

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Movie Tickets and Popcorn for Two or Four at Westwood Cinema (Up to 44% Off)

Westwood Cinema

Westwood

Classic, art deco theater screens first-run Hollywood films across four screens

$32 $18

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Hudson Heart Red Ball Freestyle Concert at Mid Hudson Civic Center on Saturday, February 14 (Up to 58% Off)

Hudson Heart Red Ball Freestyle Concert

Mid-Hudson Civic Center

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Freestyle innovators Lisa Lisa and Coro headline a Vaalentine’s Day concert of romantic, danceable tunes

$50.50 $21

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Movie Outing for Two or Four with Popcorn and Drinks at Hawthorne Theater (Up to 53% Off)

Hawthorne Theater

Hawthorne

Newly renovated theater in business 85+ years shows first-run movies

$40 $19

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Orquesta Sinfónica del Estado de México or Tango Buenos Aires at Lehman Center for the Performing Arts (Up to 31% Off)

Lehman Center for the Performing Arts

Lehman Center for the Performing Arts

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Symphony orchestra from Mexico pays homage to Spanish and German composers; world-traveling dance troupe brings the sensual tango to life

$30 $21

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Greenwood Lake Air Show for Two, Four, or Six at Greenwood Lake Airport on August 14–16 (Up to 57% Off)

Greenwood Lake Air Show

Greenwood Lake Airport

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Annual celebration of aviation and automobiles hosts acrobatic flying performances and vintage hotrods

$50 $25

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The Schoolhouse Theater really did start as an elementary school. But in 1983, founder Lee Pope turned it into a visual arts center. And four years later, she invited the New York company Acorn Productions to put on a show in the auditorium. That play did more than pack the house—it also signaled the former school's birth as a haven for community theater.

Since then, The Schoolhouse Theater has developed the second part of its moniker. Theatrical amenities were added and theatrical ghosts politely asked to leave, and in 1998, the building was officially designated as a non-profit, professional regional theater. Along with stateside premieres and revivals of beloved classics, the company has staged productions that have successfully rocketed their way to Off Broadway. And while the space has now moved on from its grade-school days, it continues its educational legacy by hosting classes on topics such as photography and dance.

3 Owens Road
Croton Falls,
NY
US

From her years of experience educating students in nursery schools in Westchester and Putnam Counties, dance instructor Kaysree Del Pilar knows it’s important to look after the developing ankles and knees of young dancers. She has equipped her dance studio with three layers of sprung oak wood, which is designed to absorb shock. This absorption reduces repetitive stress on the joints as students execute steps during ballet, hip-hop, or modern-dance classes, or trod the boards during musical-theater and other camps.

30 Route 118
Mahopac,
NY
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Located on the 250-acre grounds of historic Boscobel, overlooking the Hudson River, the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival envelops theatergoers in worlds long past. Its inaugural production of A Midsummer Night's Dream in 1987 carved a path of critical acclaim for it to expand into summer-long festivals, ongoing educational outreach, and artist-in-residence programs. The organization's canon even extends past that of the Bard on occasion: past seasons have taken on The Three Musketeers and Tartuffe.

1601 Route 9D
Cold Spring,
NY
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Michie Stadium was voted the third-best venue of the 20th century by Sports Illustrated. Army's 2010 football season was previewed by Sportsbook Lists, and seven reviewers from TicketsNow give the Black Knights a perfect five-star average:

700 Mills Road
West Point,
NY
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A Paramount All-Talking Picture starring Maurice Chevalier and Claudette Colbert drew great public fanfare when the Paramount Hudson Valley debuted in 1930. Then known as the Peekskill Paramount Theater, and owned by a subsidiary of mega-studio

1008 Brown St.
Peekskill,
NY
US

SFJazz Collective's eight-maestro cast, known for its enthralling tributes to jazz masters such as Coltrane and Monk, immerses audiences in an aural carnival of funk as they tackle the soulful repertoire of Stevie Wonder. The crafty collective fuses their eclectic imaginations to Wonder’s wondrous Motown recordings, forging new adventures in sonic architecture with the talents of Grammy-nominated alto saxophonist Antonio Hart, acclaimed trumpeter Avishai Cohen, and rising star vibraphonist and Whac-A-Mole champion Stefon Harris. From funk institutions such as “Superstition” to the brassy barnstorm of “Sir Duke,” the band’s jazzy chops sweetens Stevie Wonder’s slinky syncopations like warm maple syrup drizzled on a hot stack of gold records.

1008 Brown Street
Peekskill,
NY
US