Back to live musical action

The Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts in Katonah returns this month for seven weeks of live performances, and a post-festival series, thanks in part to a $41-million capital campaign that has enabled it to survive and thrive in the pandemic.

Art ops

Continue your Father’s Day shopping at the Larchmont Sidewalk Sale this weekend, where, among other goodies, you’ll encounter the landscapes of Susan Stillman, whose paintings are “meant to evoke a shared memory of places we have visited or simply see in our everyday lives.”

In the garden

The Pequot Library hosts this year’s annual Southport Garden Stroll, a self-guided walking tour through Southport Village, taking place Friday, June 4.

From Italy for Father’s Day

Mozzafiato’s name means “breathtaking,” and that’s exactly what the Italian e-commerce platform wants to do – take your breath away with its selection of skincare products and fragrances for men and for women.

The globetrotting tailor

Want something special for Father’s Day for your favorite dad? Has he ever desired a custom-made suit but just couldn’t get himself to Milan or London? Then you’ll be happy to meet Senszio, a luxury tailoring company that makes the trek to you.

Brewing up a good time

Cisco Brewers, the family- and dog-friendly hot spot and producer of beers, wines and spirits, will open its doors at The Village in Stamford with a sneak peek Memorial Day weekend.

Magnum Opus

Movers and shakers in Westchester County got a taste – and a sight and a sound – of The Opus Westchester, a new hotel in White Plains, at a ribbon cutting Wednesday, May 26.

An underestimated woman

The New-York Historical Society celebrates the life and career of legendary Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham, a woman often undervalued by others, including herself, who nonetheless persisted to preserve her family, her company and American democracy.

His words (and deeds) live on

It’s not every day that a commencement address will be delivered by someone who is already gone, but that’s what will happen Sunday, May 23 as Patrick Quinn, the late ALS Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder and proud Iona College Gael (Class of 2006), delivers a posthumous keynote address during Iona’s 77th annual commencement ceremony.

The still life, still

In keeping with its show “Still/Live,” featuring contemporary interpretations of the still life genre (through June 27), the Katonah Museum of Art presents a Family Day Saturday, May 15,

Helping dogs help the autistic

On Saturday, May 15, Hopewell Junction-based BluePath Service Dogs will host its fifth annual walkathon – this year virtually. The event, which begins with an online kickoff at 10 a.m., will raise funds to support BluePath’s mission of providing the autistic with service dogs, offering them safety, companionship and opportunities for independence.