Ramsey: Indoors Farmers Market. Sundays until March 24. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Rain or shine. www.ramseyfarmersmarket.org/. Eric S. Smith Middle School, 73 Monroe St. 201-785-2313.
Ardsley: An Irish Afternoon. Hosted by Ardsley Garden Club. Dinner (corned beef and cabbage) and entertainment. Donation for the fundraiser is $32 per person. Featuring Mary Keehan’s homemade Irish soda bread. Music by Chris Brown Bagpipes. Reservations by Feb. 17. Mary Keehan 914-693-4328. Proceeds to benefit community programs in Ardsley. 4-7 p.m. St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, Revolutionary Road. 914-693-3366.Feb. 25
Cos Cob: The Plant Doctor Is In: Refresh Your Terrarium or Topiary. Super modern, lush and green, terrariums and topiaries are everywhere. Join us in the Horticulture building for a hands-on workshop on rejuvenating your terrarium or topiary. We will provide a fun learning experience and help you re-create a unique mini garden or plant sculpture. To register, visit www.gecgreenwich.org or call 203-869-9242. $5 plus cost of materials, payable to instructor. 10 a.m.-noon Garden Education Center of Greenwich, 130 Bible St. 203-637-9696.
Nyack: Winter Farmers’ Market. Thursdays until May 2. 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free parking during market hours in the Artopee Way parking lot. Nyack Center, 58 Depew Ave. 845-358-2600.
Cos Cob: Under-Appreciated Plants for Your Garden, with Tim Patterson. Pre-registration required. He will share his philosophy that designing beautiful and enduring gardens requires a careful balance between the creative process and a keen awareness of the correct plant choices. To register, visit www.gecgreenwich.org or call 203-869-9242. $45. 10 a.m. Garden Education Center of Greenwich, 130 Bible St. 203-637-9696.
Palisades:Indoor Farmers’ Market. Fish, meat, organic vegetables, fruit, cheese and baked goods. Saturdays until May 18. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Email PCC@palisadesny.com. Free. Palisades Community Center, 675 Oak Tree Road. 845-359-3988.
Yorktown Heights: Seed-Saving in the Home Garden. Join expert seed-saver Shanyn Siegel for an informative and fact-packed workshop. Topics will include seed-saving basics, variety selection, plant spacing, harvest techniques and more. $20. 1 p.m. Hilltop Hanover Farm and Environmental Center, 1275 Hanover St. 914-962-2368.
Yorktown Heights: Teachers Get Growing, Literally 1. By the end of this workshop, you’ll have all the tools necessary to establish a vibrant and healthy garden; and we’ll provide you with the knowledge and means to teach your children while still meeting the demands of the Common Core. $15. 8:30 a.m. Hilltop Hanover Farm and Environmental Center, 1275 Hanover St. 914-962-2368.
Bedford: Pentimento: Survival Plants From the Last Age of the Dinosaurs. Paleobotanists are still searching for the earliest flowering plants in the fossil record. Christine Cook will talk about plants whose origins have been traced back to the Cretaceous period and how the plants might have survived to the present. Cook is a landscape designer and artist whose company, Mosaics, specializes in moss garden design, wildlife habitat restoration and water gardens. Lectures begin at 10 a.m. sharp. In case of inclement weather, call 914-285-3590. Preregistration must be accompanied by check and received one week before the lecture in order to receive the preregistration price. For further information, call 914-285-3590. Make checks payable to Cornell Cooperative Extension Westchester County; mail to Home Gardening Lecture Series, Cornell Cooperative Extension, 26 Legion Drive, Valhalla, NY 10595. $15; $18 walk-ins (space permitting). 10 a.m.-noon St. Matthew’s Parish House, 382 Cantitoe St. 914-234-9636.
Yorktown Heights: Starting Seedlings. Learn the successful tips of starting your own seedlings, whether vegetable or flower seeds. Registration required. Held in Barn F. $20, $5 for children under 12. 1-3 p.m. Hilltop Hanover Farm and Environmental Center, 1275 Hanover St. 914-962-2368.
Yorktown Heights: Vegetable Container Gardening. Registration required, by phone or online. The event is held in Barn F. $20, $5 for children under 12. 1-3 p.m. Hilltop Hanover Farm, 1275 Hanover St. 914-962-2368.
Suffern: Birds of Rockland County. Program will cover identification, habitat and seasonal visitors. Presented by Lorrie Pallant of Rockland Audubon. Free. 7 p.m. Suffern Library, 210 Lafayette Ave. 845-357-1237.
Suffern: Flooding & Drainage Solutions for Your Home & Yard. Environmental educator Chuck Stead will speak about preventative strategies to safeguard our properties and consider physical assessment of the home and yard. This program is sponsored by the Rockland County Storm Water Consortium and is offered through Cornell Cooperative Extension. Free. 11 a.m. Suffern Free Library, 210 Lafayette Ave. 845-357-1237.