The Jay Estate in Rye was the home of one of our nation's greatest Founding Fathers, John Jay...

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March 23, 10am - 2pm

Women's History Month Celebration

State Senator Shelley B. Mayer hosts her 3rd Annual Women’s History Month Celebration honoring women from the 37th Senate District who have made significant contributions to the community including Suzanne Clary, Jay Heritage Center; Carmen Linero, Don Bosco Food Pantry & Soup Kitchen; Clare Murray, Community Center of Northern Westchester; Judy Troilo, The LGBT Community Center, and American Women of African Heritage.

EVENT IS FREE BUT SEATING IS LIMITED. RSVP IS REQUIRED. Info, call 914-934-5250 or email smayer@nysenate.gov.

March 28, 8:30am - 1:30pm

Green Schools, Green Future

What is Zero Waste? How are schools using gardens to expand upon learning in the classrooms? When is the best age to introduce sustainable lessons into the curriculum? Join us for this free day of information exchange and networking for educators.

Attendees will have a chance to tour the Historic Jay Gardens project and see where we plan to put our own vegetable beds! Sign up here!

 

 

 

 

April 5, 7-9:30pm

The Ken Dircks Trio

Chase away the midwinter blues with music at our 1907 Carriage House. Join us for “Jams at Jay” in 2019! Informal listening every First Friday – casual attire encouraged. The acoustics are incredible and so are the artists!

Our 3rd concert brings the Ken Dircks Trio with special guest, Steph Chinn. The trio formed in 2016 when Ken, Nicole and Paul, as local Larchmont musical parents, were experimenting with a larger ensemble of New Orleans speakeasy jazz. Paul plunked “Beatrice” by Sam Rivers during a break; Ken followed along for a few notes on standup, and Nicole declared “hey we should do something with this!” The Ken Dircks Trio was born. Tickets on sale now 

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