What To Do: Memorial Day Weekend

What To Do: Memorial Day Weekend: 20 what to do’s for Memorial Day Weekend for townies, culture-vultures, weekend warriors, nature lovers and downward facing dogs!

Don Felder – Paramount Hudson Valley: Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Famer and lead guitarist for The Eagles, Don Felder co-wrote Eagles hits “Hotel California”, “Victim of Love” and “Those Shoes”. Famous for his signature guitar work on “One of These Nights” and “New Kid in Town”, Guitar World recently named “Hotel California” the best 12-string guitar song in the world. Fri, 5/27: 8pm. (Paramount Hudson Valley, 1008 Brown St., Peekskill;  www.paramounthdsonvalley.org)

What To Do: With the Kids Summer 2016Pride of the Hudson River Cruise: See the majestic beauty of the Hudson River on this narrated river adventure that begins in Newburgh and travels down to West Point taking in the sights of Washington’s Headquarters, World’s End, Mt. Beacon, Bannerman Island, Storm King Mountain, Breakneck Mountain, the Catskill Aqueduct and Cold Spring along the way. Fri-Sat, 5/27-28: 1pm & Sun, 5/29: 1 & 4pm.  (120 Front St., Newburgh; www.prideofthehudson.com)

Summer Theatre & ComedyHappy Days – Westchester Broadway Theatre: Grab your poodle skirt, saddle shoes and the kids, and take a rock & roll trip down memory lane! In this new musical, based on the television series and written by its creator, Garry Marshall; Richie, Potsie, and “The Fonz” team up to save Arnold’s Malt Shop from going into the dustbins of history by staffing a dance contest. The show features 21 songs written by Oscar and Grammy winning songwriter Paul Williams including the series’ theme song. “These happy days are your and mine (oh Happy Days.)” Fri, 5/27: 6:15pm, Sat, 5/28: 6:15pm & Sun, 5/29: 11:45am & 5:15pm. (One Broadway Plaza, Elmsford; www.westchesterbroadwaytheatre.com)

Free! Shakespeare in the Park – Delacorte Theatre: The Taming of the Shrew: Olivier Award-nominee, Cush Jumbo (Josephine and I, The River) and Tony and Olivier Award-winner Janet McTeer (A Doll’s House, Mary Stuart) star in Phyllida Lloyd’s all-female production of Shakespeare’s “Shrew” in Central Park. Fri-Sun, 5/27-29: 8pm. (Delacorte Theatre in Central Park; www.publictheatre.org)

Lime Rock Park Memorial Day Season Opener: After a three-year absence the SCAA Pirelli World Challenge returns to Lime Rock Park for their Memorial Day Lime Rock Park What To Do:Spring Events 2016Season Opener. Four big races are scheduled for GTS, GT and GT Cup plus the park’s first-ever races of the all-new United States Formula 4 open-wheel single seat championship. On Sunday, the Royals Car Show draws 200-400 prime vehicles from rare sports cars to muscle cars from the 60s and 70s. Fri-Sun, 5/27-29: check schedule. (60 White Hollow Rd., Lakeville CT: www.limerock.com)

Yoga at the Farm – Harvest Moon: They’re doing outdoor Vinyasa Yoga among the apple trees every Saturday at North Salem’s Harvest Moon Farm & Orchard this summer. Just $15 on a drop in will get you a one-hour class, a cup of coffee and a cider donut that you can chill with on the patio in the orchard after class. Priceless! Sat, 5/28: 9:30-10:30am. (130 Hardscrabble Rd., North Salem; sign up at www.hmorchard.com/yoga)

Seven Men From Now, Saddle Up Saturdays with Jonathan Demme – Jacob Burns:Academy Award winning Director Jonathan Demme screens Budd Boetticher’s” brilliant little Western”, starring Randolph Scott as a former Sheriff who tracks down seven men who killed his wife. Sat, 5/28: 12pm. (Jacob Burns Film Center, 364 Manville Rd., Pleasantville; www.burnsfilmcenter.org)

Events_NorwalkAquar_lighthousecruiseNew! Spirit of the Sound Lighthouse Cruises: The Norwalk Aquarium’s Spirit of the Sound catamaran new Long Island Sound Lighthouse Cruises concludes Memorial Day weekend with one final Western Long Island cruise that will make passes at Greens Ledge, Sheffield Island, Stamford Harbor, Great Captain Island, Execution Rocks, Stepping Stones, Sands Point and Eaton Neck. This final season 6-hour cruise departs on Sat, 5/28: 9am. (10 N. Water St., Norwalk, CT; www.maritimeaquarium.org)