Don’t let the weather get you down! For those not wanting to conquer the great outdoors anymore due to chilly temps, there are still outdoor activities – compliant with social distancing rules – that you can partake in which include some form of shelter. Just be sure that now, more than ever, you check websites and call to confirm Covid-19 protocols and timings. (And make those bookings as early as possible so you’re not disappointed!).
Friday, October 30
Pop-Up Kitchen Night – Head over to Highland Mills to Finnegan’s Pub and order takeout or stay a while and dine in.
Saturday, October 31
Thyme: ‘Dinner & a Movie Night’ – Be sure to call and book an evening of ‘Dinner and a Movie’ meets the ‘Drive-In Theater’
Friends of Lasdon Park & Arboretum “Autumn Changes: Change can be good!” – Get tickets online to view this family fall exhibit and train show.
Sunday, November 1
Empire State Trail – If you don’t mind the chill in the air, why not explore a little bit of the 750 miles of trails?
Warwick Drive-In – The nostalgia of Drive-In Theaters is not going away. Plan a drive up to Warwick and followed by a movie.
FEATURED BUSINESS: Village SOCIAL
|In Mt. Kisco, the use of the word “social” not only reminds one to comply with social distancing protocols, but it immediately elicits warm words of praise for one of the town’s most popular gathering places: Village Social. Launched in 2010 as a “New American-Gastropub”, this landmark has courageously moved through the challenging Pandemic Era with popular outdoor/indoor dining, as well as delivery and curb-side pickup options. Keep your distance when dining folks, but stay Social!|