Editor's note: There is a listing of Halloween events in a separate article in this week's issue.
Thursday, October 19: The Bronxville Board of Education will hold a meeting at 7:00 pm in the multipurpose room of The Bronxville School. For more information, go to www.bronxvilleschool.org or call 914-395-0500.
Thursday, October 19: A lecture on Martin Luther titled "Martin Luther and the Power of the Image and the Word" will be given by Dr. Charles T. Little at 7:00 pm at OSilas Gallery on the campus of Concordia College. This lecture will focus on artists such as Albrecht Dürer and Lucas Cranach, both masters of the print, who greatly facilitated the launch of the reform movement. The lecture is open to the public, but tickets are required ($35 per person/$30 for OSilas Gallery members). Light refreshments will be served. Please go to the OSilas Gallery website for more information.
Saturday, October 21: James Coll, adjunct professor of American constitutional history at Hofstra University and Nassau Community College, will give a lecture titled "What Did the Framers Intend When They Created the U.S. Constitution?" at 1:30 pm in the Yeager Room of the Bronxville Public Library. Professor Coll will address some of the main features of the three-branch government created in 1787 and why those calling for constitutional change in the structural transformation of the government should be dismissed. For more information, go to www.bronxvillelibrary.org or call 914-337-7680.
Saturday, October 21: Violist Lawrence Dutton, cellist Paul Watkins, violinist Elizabeth Lim-Dutton, and pianist Jon Klibonoff will be performing works by Bach and Dvořák at 7:00 pm in a Hoch Chamber Music Series concert at the Sommer Center for Worship and the Performing Arts on the campus of Concordia College. They will be performing works by Bach and Dvořák in a concert titled "A Night of Reformation." Tickets are $38 for adults and $19 for seniors and children. To purchase tickets, visit www.concordiaconservatory.org or call 914-395-4507.
Monday, October 23: The Westchester Trails Association will give a one-hour presentation on hiking for beginners at the Bronxville Public Library at 3:00 pm. Topics will include where to hike, different terrains, preparation, and trail maps, and there will be a Q&A period. For more information, go to www.bronxvillelibrary.org or call 914-337-7680.
Monday, October 23: The League of Women Voters will moderate a debate between the candidates for Westchester County legislator, 15th District (the greater Bronxville area), Gordon Burrows (R) and Ruth Walter (D), in Reisinger Hall on the campus of Sarah Lawrence College (near the rear of campus). Coffee and refreshments will be served from 6:55 pm, sponsored by the Armour Villa neighborhood association, and the debate will start at 7:15. For more information, contact Susan Weisfeld at
Tuesday, October 24: The Bronxville Village Zoning Board will hold a meeting at 7:30 in Bronxville Village Hall. For more information, go to www.villageofbronxville.com or call 914-337-6500.
Wednesday, October 25: The Song Pipers of Bronxville invite area residents to an open house/rehearsal at 10:00 am at The Reformed Church of Bronxville in Fellowship Hall on Midland Avenue across from the fire station. This musical therapy group was formed after World War II to brighten the day for returning veterans and continues to perform today for a varied audience. For more information, call Jackie Bunn at 914-793-5166.
Photo by N. Bower
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