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What’s Happening – March 2018

Mitzvah Month:  It’s Mitzvah Month at the Shames JCC, 371 S. Broadway, Tarrytown. Donation boxes are set up in both buildings on the J campus to collect various items that will be given to non-profit agencies. Please donate new kids’ pajamas, newborn to 5 that... More »

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The Church of the Magdalene

The Church of the Magdalene, located in Pocantico Hills close by the famed Union Church, may be less well-known, but the diverse faith-community’s devotion to their country church, the beauty of the house of worship’s interior, the gentle and humane guidance g... More »

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Third Public Workshop Set for Tarrytown’s Comprehensive Plan

by Robert Kimmel –  With the completion of Tarrytown’s new Comprehensive Plan expected by May, the village is providing another opportunity for residents to offer their input toward its advancement. The Plan’s consulting team has scheduled its third Public Wor... More »

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A Chorus Line Is One Singular Sensational Blast at WBT

by Morey Storck –  A Chorus Line opened on Broadway at the Shubert Theatre on July 25, 1975, with music by Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics by Edward Kleban, and a book by James Kirkwood Jr. and Nicholas Dante. The musical was conceived, choreographed and directed by M... More »

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The Shames JCC’s Wellness Series

The Shames JCC’s wellness series continues: On Sunday, January 21st from 2-5PM, experience “Life without Fear”, a two-hour workshop on how meditation can relieve anxiety. The symptoms of anxiety, tension, and stress are well known, but the antidotes to this mo... More »

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Winning Poems To be Engraved On Sleepy Hollow Sidewalk

By Robert Kimmel –  While Hollywood stars have their footprints and handprints immortalized in cement  in front of  Grauman’s Chinese Theater, local rivertown residents now have a chance to make a literary impression in cement.  It is an opportunity that doesn... More »

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Ice Skating on the Tarrytown Lakes is Back

The green flag flies above the Tarrytown Lakes January 3rd, signaling the first time in ten years, skaters have been permitted. Temperatures have stayed in the teens and twenties for a week already. More »

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Remembering Martin Luther King, Jr.

by Donald H. Whitely –  Dr. King was honored with the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1964. He was the youngest man to ever receive the award at the age of 35. On April 4, 1968, my sister Tina and I had just started doing our homework in our family’s second floor, fi... More »

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Winter Blues Concert to Rock the Music Hall

by David Neilsen –  On Saturday, Jan 6, the Tarrytown Music Hall will be transformed into a local dance club as the venue for the 5th annual Winter Blues concert. Produced by the Sleepy Hollow Performing Arts Boosters, the event features local acts The Incumbe... More »