Cherish the Ladies, an ensemble that has grown over the past 29 years into the most successful Irish-American group devoted to Celtic music, will perform “A Celtic Christmas” on Saturday at 8 p.m. at Guild Hall.
Named after a traditional Irish jig, the group of five women blends vocals, step dancing, and a variety of instruments, including the fiddle, mandolin, flute, whistle, and piano, into a lively package of traditional Irish culture.
The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill will present the Long Island premiere of “Making Space: 5 Women Changing the Face of Architecture,” tomorrow at 6 p.m.
Selected for the 2014 Architecture and Design Film Festival in New York City, the 50-minute documentary profiles the lives and work of Annabelle Selldorf of New York, Marianne McKenna of Toronto, Kathryn Gustafson of Seattle and London, Farshid Moussavi of London, and Odile Decq of Paris.
The Springs School PTA has put out the call for submissions for the Springs Mystery Art Sale, a fund-raiser for the school's Visiting Artists Program.
After a hiatus last year, the popular sale will return to Ashawagh Hall from May 11 through 13. The deadline for submissions is May 1.