When: Sunday, November 23, 2014 at 12 noon.
Where: Stamford Downtown
Details: Stamford’s annual holiday balloon parade has become one of the largest events of its kind in the country. The parade features everyone’s favorite giant balloon characters, award winning marching bands and fabulous floats. Fun for the whole family! Parking is available at Landmark Square, Stamford Town Center, Stamford Government Center, Bell, Summer & Bedford Street Garages as well as several other convenient lots downtown.
Puppet Show "An Arabian Adventure" @ Scarsdale
When: Saturday, Nov 22, 2014 1pm and 3pm
Where: Scarsdale Congregational Church, One Heathcote Road, Scarsdale, NY 10583
Details: An Arabian Adventure, presented by The Tanglewood Marionettes, tells the tale of a Persian prince who is thrown into a dungeon because of his love for a beautiful princess. Facing danger at every turn, the courageous prince must battle his way out of the underground prison to save his beloved princess.
Migrate, Hibernate or Adapt @ Greenburgh Nature Center
When: Saturday, Nov 22, 2014 2pm
Where: Greenburgh Nature Center
Details: The weather is getting colder and the days are becoming shorter. People adapt to warm houses and grocery store food, but what about the animals? Grab your coat and join us to meet some amazing animals and learn about their cold weather survival skills. Members $5, Nonmembers $8
Whirling, Twirling, and Falling Down @ Greenburgh Nature Center
When: Sunday Nov 23, 2014 2pm
Details: When the leaves turn red, orange, brown, and gold we all become children, no matter how old! Join us for some raking, piling, and leaf pile jumping. Learn just what makes leaves turn colors in the fall, and what you can do with your leaves at home to make your yard blossom next spring. Each child makes special leaf art to take home and treasure. Members $5, Non-members $8
Cornhusk Dolls Art Project @ Wave Hill
When: Saturday, Nov 22, 2014 10am-1pm
Where: Wave Hill Garden, Bronx, NY
Details: Celebrate corn and harvest time! Listen to tales told by Native American Joe Cross, and hear about the power of a talking stick. Then tie, weave and shape our dried husks into a cornhusk doll or corny doll family. Storytelling at noon.
Free, and admission to the grounds is free until noon.