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Virtual Happenings Outside the Library: Home
Guide for a variety of virtual events not sponsored by the Library.
About This Page
As the COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions on in-person gatherings continue, many organizations have adapted their offerings for the public to enjoy virtually. We've included a variety of these virtual happenings on this page, many of which are free, for your convenience and enjoyment.
Please note that these events are not affiliated with or sponsored by the Greenburgh Public Library.Any registration, if required, should be made with the host organization. Should you need assistance participating in an event and/or to obtain the most up-to-date information, please consult the host organization.
For a limited time, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater is providing FREE access to videos of its dance performances. For a fee, kids, teens and adults can also take live online dance classes from top Alvin Ailey instructors!
The Seattle Symphony is continues to share performances that provide strength, comfort and joy through music while Benaroya Hall remains closed. Programs include concert rebroadcasts of past performances and fun, educational content for the young and young at heart. All broadcasts can be streamed through the Symphony’s YouTube and Facebook pages.
The Social Distancing Festival is an online artist’s community to celebrate and showcase the work of the many artists around the world who have been affected by the need for social distancing that has come about due to the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Explore their virtual showcase of visual and performing arts.
Bringing aquatic life to you virtually, the Monterey Bay Aquarium offers a variety of remote learning options for educators, parents, kids, and teens as well as exciting LIVE CAM videos and narrated feedings of sea life! En Español tambien.
The Mental Health Association of Westchester has partnered with myStrength to introduce a free online resource to cultivate resilience using personalized support for mental well-being. Click on the link to learn more and create your free account.
The Garrison Institute’s mission is to apply the transformative power of contemplation to today’s pressing social and environmental concerns, helping build a more compassionate, resilient future. It works collaboratively with practitioners in diverse fields and hosts in person and virtual retreats and symposia, produces research and publications, and provides a hub for ongoing learning networks.
JBFC's Virtual Screening room offers a robust, curated selection of interesting and exciting new and repertory films and film conversations that you can watch at home on your television, computer or mobile device.
The 45th Toronto International Film Festival takes place September 10–19 and includes physical screenings and drive-ins, digital screenings, virtual red carpets, press conferences, and industry talks. Though only those living in Canada will be able to watch films on the Festival’s online platform, you can still purchase tickets and watch digital live events, like In Conversation With… and the Best of TIFF Reunions (free).
The Tribeca Film Festival brings its signature Tribeca Talks film conversations to you virtually for free! Join Tribeca Talks on Facebook for a series of intimate, festival-style Q&As with the creators and stars behind movies and TV shows you’re loving right now — and the ones you’ll be binge-watching in the future.
The Jacob Burns Film Center Jewish Film Festival includes a series of 12 thought-provoking, captivating, and entertaining films, including cinematic narratives and revealing documentaries from Israel, Hungary, France, Ethiopia, the US, and other countries. Purchase your festival pass HERE to watch all 12 films. Please note no individual film purchases available.