PEEKSKILL, N.Y. - Here's a look at some events happening around Peekskill this week. For more listings, visit our Events calendar.
Monday, Sept. 16
Socktopus Teens Craft Workshop: 3:30-5 p.m. Learn to make a socktopus, an adorable and colorful stuffed octopus made out of a sock. Free. The Field Library, 4 Nelson Ave.
Teens Get Crafty Workshop – Wrap Jewelry: 3.30-5 p.m. Tweens and Teens – Come and make your own colorful wrap bracelet, anklet or necklace at The Field Library’s teen craft workshop. Free. The Field Library, 4 Nelson Ave.
Meditation: 7.30-8.30 a.m. Kundalini meditation is an active moving meditation, created by Osho - enlightened master. We do different meditations and most of them are guided meditations with music. Free. Ganesha Spa, 15 Depew Court.
Tuesday, Sept. 17
Community Acupuncture: 7-9 p.m. Licensed acupuncturist Margaret Steele offers an auricular (ear) acupuncture protocol for stress, pain, willpower, insomnia, detox and general well-being. After five tiny needles are inserted in the ear, participants relax in a quiet room with ambient music. $15. Energy Movement Center, 925 South St.
Theater and Dance with Antonia Arts: 7:30 p.m. A special opportunity to write a show for yourself. You also have the opportunity to learn performance techniques, theater games and exercises to empower you and have fun. Antonia Arts, 1001 Park St.
Thursday, Sept. 19
Chris Kaczmarek trans/mission: 5:30 p.m. In this collection, New York-based artist Chris Kaczmarek explores ideas of passive and active transmission through kinetic, electronic and sculptural works that exchange ideas and experiences with the audience through the physical and the virtual. Free. Westchester Community College Center for the Digital Arts, 27 N. Division St.
Teen Hip Hop Workshop: 3.30-5.30 p.m. The workshop will be three sessions long and teens will learn how to write to beats and discover the processes of recording and creating an album from start to finish. There also will be an introduction to making cover art and picking a cool title. Free. The Field Library, 4 Nelson Ave.
Puccini - La Boheme: 7 p.m. La Boheme - arguably the most popular and passionate opera of all time - is at its pinnacle with a cast starring Anna Netrebko as the doomed flower girl Mimi. $10 at the door. Paramount Hudson Valley, 1008 Brown St.