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Swing into spring in Southport

Svetlana and the Delancey Five – a staple of the New York jazz scene — will offer a rare local concert on the front lawn of Trinity Episcopal Church in Southport on Saturday, May 15.

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.

Provocative show at Housatonic


Here’s a show that’s sure to get people talking: The Housatonic Museum of Art presents “Of Woman Born” (through June 1), which considers the patriarchal structures that over the centuries have been used continually to dominate, oppress and exploit women.

Not so still lives


David Hartt’s landscape design exhibit and related film at architect Philip Johnson’s Glass House in New Canaan, which shines a light on Black artists and musicians, offers a fitting, ironic counterpoint to Johnson’s early white nationalist views as well as to cancel culture.