Local Ossining resident and presidential historian, William Reynolds, is displaying some of his extensive collection of presidential memorabilia at the Ossining Public Library in celebration of President’s Day. Located in the “Hallway Gallery” on the lower level of the library, William Reynolds, is displaying some important memorabilia in our country’s history.Read more...
Phelps Hospital was recently honored by the Friends of the Rockefeller State Park Preserve at a gala held at the Rockefeller estate Playhouse, a Normandy-English style building designed by Duncan Candler in 1927. Daniel Blum, President and CEO of Phelps Hospital, was on hand to accept an award recognizing Phelps’ longstanding support of the Friends.Read more...
If one were to compare the activity at Sleepy Hollow’s Edge-on-Hudson site to a ship at sea, “full speed ahead” would be appropriate. The temporary bridge crossing over the railroad tracks on Beekman Avenue has been completed. The reinforcement of the bridge has allowed trucks to proceed to and from the site bypassing an alternative route through Tarrytown. Within the next sixty days the entire site will have seen demolition work of the concrete base, and not just Phase 1.
Irvington’s Comprehensive Plan (CP), which guides development through zoning, is not that old. In fact, in 2003 the Village passed its most recent Comprehensive Plan which set forth the type of results residents wanted to see regarding development or lack thereof. The CP is simply the vision of how the Village wants to be developed. The Mayor and Board of Trustees realize there have been changes over the span of fourteen years and want to update it.Read more...
In Support of a Worthy Cause, Brightview Tarrytown Hosts Winter Boutique, Open House
Brightview Senior Living of Tarrytown will be hosting a charity event for veterans and inviting vendors to sell their wares at this Winter Boutique and Open House on Saturday, February 25th. The event, which will take place from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm, will raise money to purchase a service dog for veterans in need of assistance.
Local artists and vendors – including Lula Roe, Pampered Chef, Origami Owl Jewelry, Sentsy, Stella & Dot, and Initials Inc. – will be selling crafts, jewelry, clothing, accessories, make-up, pet treats, candles and other unique gifts.
Weekend Events In Westchester County Parks
Looking for things to do over the weekend? Read on for a full listing of weekend happenings, projects, programs and events across a variety of Westchester County parks, for the weekend of February 17th - 20th, 2017.
Friday, February 17
Croton Point Park, Croton Point Avenue, Croton-On-Hudson – (914) 862-5290
Riverlovers Pot Luck Supper and Program – 6:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Enjoy dinner and a program featuring “Frontline: The Choice 2016,” a discussion of the two 2016 presidential candidates. Info at RiverLovers.org.
Make Stroke a Thing of the Past This Black History Month
African-Americans have nearly twice the risk for a first-ever stroke than Caucasians, and a much higher death rate from stroke. That is why during Black History Month and American Heart Month in February, the American Stroke Association (ASA) urges the public to learn more about preventing stroke, and learn the warning signs of stroke.