DECEMBER 2

A Great Estate Sale

You’ll find something for nearly everyone on your list at the Junior League of Westchester-on-Hudson’s Holiday Boutique at Lyndhurst in Tarrytown today and tomorrow from 10-4 and Sunday from 10-3.

Daily admission is $10, free for children 16 and under. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Open Door Family Medical Center and Nyack Hospital.

With pix

DECEMBER 3

Till the Cows Come Home to Type!

The Friends of Greenwich Library present a musical for young audiences, “Click, Clack, Moo”, based on the Caldecott Honor book by Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin at 3.

When Farmer Brown’s granddaughter comes for a visit, he declares the farm a “tech-free zone”, and puts her laptop in the chilly barn. The shivering cows use her computer to type messages requesting blankets.

The cows go on strike and are joined by the chickens. Will Farmer Brown give in to their demands? Will Jenny get her computer back?

Find out in this “moo-ving” new musical about negotiation and compromise staged by Theatreworks USA. The production is geared for grades K-4.

Doors open at 2:30. Admission is free. Register in advance at www.greenwichlibrary.org.

DECEMBER 8

New Take on a Dickens Classic

The whole family will enjoy a modern and abridged production of “A Christmas Carol” at Muscoot Farm from 5-8. Scrooge still has to change his greedy ways and discover the good things in life. In the process, audiences are taken in and out of different character’s homes.

Dress warmly, as the performance will be held indoors and outdoors. Registration is required as seating is limited. The show will also go on Dec. 9, 15 and 16, same time. Muscoot, an early 20th-century interpretative farm, is located in Katonah. Call 864-7282 for tickets.

DECEMBER 8

Haydn for the Holidays

The Village Singers of Westchester will present their annual Holiday Concert at the Crawford Park Mansion in Rye Brook at 8. The highlight of the program is Franz Joseph Haydn’s Petite Organ Mass.

Tickets are $15, $10 for students. Refreshments will be served. Call 937-5212.

DECEMBER 13

Bach in Bedford

The Bedford Chamber Ensemble, conducted by Anthony Newman, will perform Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos at St. Matthew’s Church at 8. Mr. Newman, a renowned Bach expert and keyboard phenomenon, has performed the Concerti 21 times throughout his musical career.

Tickets are $40, which includes refreshments during the intermission. Visit www.bedfordchamberconcerts.org or call 522-5150. St. Matthew’s is located at 382 Cantitoe Street (Route 22) in Bedford.

DECEMBER 26

It’s in the Bag

Join in an Emelin holiday tradition and enjoy the latest fun-filled production from The Paper Bag Players, “That’s Quite Absurd”, at 11 or 1:30. The show will also be performed Dec. 27, same times.

This talented and creative troupe packs their shows with stories, songs, freewheeling dances, audience participation, and paper bag costumes and scenery. Perfect for ages 4 and up.

For tickets, go to emelin.org or call 698-0098.