Sleepy Hollow

Notes From the HVWC: What Are They Doing in There?

(A new monthly column from The Hudson Valley Writers’ Center of Sleepy Hollow) by Lynne Lori Sylvan Commuters returning home late Wednesdays to Philipse Manor train station have been peering into the old train depot wondering what in tarnation is going on. Blazing lights illuminate people skipping around the carpet, blowing on zucchini shofars, talking into dog-clicker headsets and exfoliating ... Read More »

Annual Senior Arts Exhibit at Warner Library

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Warner Library, in cooperation with Arts Westchester and Neighborhood House, held its Annual Senior arts exhibit in the month of July. The exhibit included the ArtsWestchester Community Spaces grant funded “Adirondack Chairs,” which will be placed throughout Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow. —Photo by Sunny McLean Read More »

Sleepy Hollow Football 2017 Under New Leadership

Current and former football players from Sleepy Hollow teamed up at Alumni Game in July.
—Photo by Wendy Yancey

by Kevin Brown The Sleepy Hollow Alumni Game held July 22 at Sleepy Hollow High School (SHHS) brought out more than 50 past Horsemen to mix it up in competitive games of one hand touch football. Many students who graduated over the last five years were on-hand and so were lots of players from the glory days. Under the leadership ... Read More »

World War II Ceremony

A Ceremony honoring the 44 former North Tarrytown High School students who gave their lives for their country during World War II. Organized by Chick Galella and the Alumni Association of North Tarrytown High School. The featured speaker at the event, which Read More »

Wolfpack Re-Aligns to Grow Youth Football

Changes are afoot for Sleepy Hollow Football.  After more than a decade, Wolfpack Football which serves kids Kindergarten through 6th grade with flag and youth tackle football programs is renaming itself Jr. Horsemen Football.  New High School Varsity Football Coach Jorge Veintimilla will oversee football at all ages in town and the idea is to more closely align the youth ... Read More »

Schroedel Brings Experience to New Position as SHLDC Advisor

by Robert Kimmel Pursuing the implementation of the East Parcel Project by the SHLDC will be David Schroedel’s initial work as recently appointed Strategic Planning Advisor, but he has been committed to serving the Village of Sleepy Hollow for almost a decade. He was elected to the Board of Trustees of the Village of Sleepy Hollow in 2008, and re-elected ... Read More »

SLEEPY HOLLOW HIGH SCHOOL Class of 2017

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Esmeralda Abreu Angel Acosta Diaz Alexandra Adofo Anthony Aguirre Leon Melanie Alberto Melissa Almonte Stephen Alvarez Tatiana Andre Xavier Andre Aranxa Anorve Heidy Arana Heleno Jessica Arduino Junior Arevalo Alexander Arias Diego Arias • (Valedictorian_ Yannoli Arias Justin Atkinson Ariel Azzis Puebla Daniel Barros Dylan Basescu Jeantil Beltré Marcos Benzan Mata Zachary Bernstein Austin Bird Alec Bjorkland Lindsey Boozer Kevin ... Read More »

Sleepy Hollow Author Pens First Novel

by Greg Clary A new novel by a Sleepy Hollow writer highlights the Hudson Valley as the setting for a suburban woman’s rebirth after a nasty divorce. For 25-year resident Rebecca Chianese, the local streets are as familiar now as those of her Brooklyn youth, and her book Mercy easily captures the people and experiences of each. “Walking along the ... Read More »

Bring Your Own Kayak Program Likely on the Lakes

by Barrett Seaman   For several years now, it’s been possible for residents and visitors alike to rent a kayak and explore the wildlife-rich shores of the Tarrytown Lakes on weekends. The vendor, Hudson River Recreation, charges anywhere from $20 for one hour in a single kayak up to $60 for three hours in a double. This summer, the Tarrytown Village ... Read More »