- Join Sam’s of Gedney Way, located at 50 Gedney Way in White Plains, tonight at 5:30 p.m. for a delicious seasonal sampling, where you’ll enjoy tastings of expertly paired wines and artisan cheeses, along with craft brews from Captain Lawrence Brewery. Meet up with friends, unwind with colleagues, and network with other professionals. Proceeds benefit the Child Care Council of Westchester, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to making a positive impact for our children and our community through quality early child care and education. Tickets cost $45 in advance or at the door. RSVP requested, but walk-ins welcome. Click here to register online or call (914) 761-3456.
- The Wicked Wolf Tavern, located at 166 Mamaroneck Ave. in White Plains, is hosting a fundraiser for I Heart Boobs tonight at 6 p.m. Check here for more details.
- Indian Point will soon become the first nuclear plant in the nation to operate without a current license. How is this possible? Come find out Friday at a panel discussion and fundraiser hosted by actor Alec Baldwin and featuring guest speakers including Hudson Riverkeeper Paul Gallay, medical experts on the effects of radiation in our communities and other area officials. The panel discussion, is from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Rockland Community College, is $10 for the general public and will be followed separately by a cocktail party fundraiser, silent art auction and benefit dinner. For tickets, pricing and information visit www.radiation.org or call: (609) 399-4343; (845) 371-2100. Rockland Community College is located at 145 College Road in Suffern.
- The Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Westchester Alumnae Chapter, is hosting “Sip and Soul: An Afterwork Mixer and Fundraiser” Friday from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. at Vintage Bar and Restaurant, located at 171 Main St. in White Plains. Tickets cost $50, which includes food and open bar. Find out more here.
- St. Bartholomew's Church, located at 82 Prospect St. in White Plains, is hosting its annual Fall Festival Saturday, from 10 to 3 p.m. There will be arts and crafts vendors, kids crafts, games, a Build-Your-Own Scarecrow station and fall treats. Admission is free and most vendors are cash only. All proceeds benefit Grace Church Community Center's Programs for homeless and low-income children.
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