– Douglas and Telisha Williams will headline the next concert of the Borderline Folk Music Club in New City appearing Sunday, November 17 at 2 p.m. at Steve Shapiro’s living room, 7 Trailside Court, New City. The Williams feature pre-70s country, mountain and honky-tonk with Telisha’s singing compared to Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn. Tickets and information at solz1@optonline.net.

– A celebration of food and wine at “Corks and Forks” Sunday, November 3 at Paramount Country Club, New City. Cocktail hour 5-6 p.m. Five course culinary tasting with wine pairing. Benefits Good Samaritan Hospitals Emergency Department. M.C. Regina DeCicco.

– Masquerade Ball by the Helen Hayes Foundation, Friday, November 1 at Glenpoint Marriott, Teaneck, New Jersey. An evening of mask, mystique, dinner and dancing. Call Grace Canillas at 845-786-4269.

– Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap” cancelled at Antrim Playhouse. Next up “A Streetcar Named Desire” in December and “You Can’t Take It With You” to follow. Contact antrimplayhouse.com.

– “Les Miserables” opens November 15 at the Elmwood Playhouse in Nyack. Tickets at 845-353-1313 or elmwoodplayhouse.com.

– Irish Family Christmas with the Willoughby Brothers at Westchester Broaday Theatre in Elmsford matinee and evening shows December 19. Tickets at broadwaytheatre.com or 914-592-2222.

– Some tickets left for the Thiells United Methodist Church Sight and Sound Theatre trip to Lancaster, Pa. December 5 for “The Miracle Of Christmas” Call Ann at 845-942-1481.

– One more show November 2 of “Room Service” by the Tappan Players at the Manse Barn, Tappan. Call 845-623-4521.

– “Titanic” opens the 2014 season at Westchester Broadway Theatre. “White Christmas” precedes Titanic. Tickets at broadwaytheatre.com or 914-592-2222.

– Paul Gontov, pianist and Youngeful Park, operatic tenor, at the Monday Morning Music Club’s free season opening concert at Nauraushaun Presbyterian Church, Pearl River, November 12 at 10 a.m.