Halloween on Hudson

APRIL 2017 Happenings: Daily and Ongoing

Happenings in APRIL Saturday 1 Y Registration: Open registration for all spring session dance and aquatics classes at the Family YMCA at Tarrytown. Call 418-5562 or visit www.ymcatarrytown. Mystery Audio Theater: At 2 p.m. VoiceScapes Audio Theater Group performs at the Warner Library in Tarrytown. Call 631-7734 to register or visit www.warnerlibrary.org. Murder Mystery Fundraiser: At 7 p.m. The Friends ... Read More »

Irvington Town Hall Theater Presents International Short Film Festival (As iFF) on April 22 Followed by After-Party with Filmmakers and Actors

The All Shorts Irvington Film Festival (As iFF) will screen its spring program at 7:30 pm on April 22 at the Irvington Town Hall Theater.  An after-party for all festival ticket-holders will follow at Red Hat on the River (1 Bridge Street, Irvington) where audience members can meet and talk with filmmakers and actors. The spring program features 11 outstanding live ... Read More »

Access Construction Project In Progress at Old Dutch Church

by Robert Kimmel Construction work is underway to fix a problem that has confronted the Old Dutch Church in Sleepy Hollow for many decades.  The church’s accessibility for the handicapped, elderly, and others with ambulatory disabilities has been difficult, or as one person associated with the church described it, “treacherous.” Old, uneven steps leading to the church’s front entrance will ... Read More »

Harvest on Hudson – A Birder’s Paradise—Croton Point Park

by Marcie Cuff Ahh, spring! Time to ditch the dreaded snow shovel! Time to get reacquainted with the joy of being outside! Finally it is spring. This month, let’s make a point to become reacquainted with the outside world. There are pockets of wilderness all around us to easily explore. So, thankfully getting out there won’t require hours of travel ... Read More »

Olympic Hopefuls Train at Family YMCA at Tarrytown

Cecilia Barowski

by Barbara Turk The wind swirled the fallen snow into large drifts and plows were having difficulty keeping the roads clear, but nothing could stop two young Olympic hopefuls from finding a treadmill and some free weights to lift during a blizzard in Tarrytown in February. Practically the only doors open that day were those of the Family YMCA at ... Read More »

Local High School Baseball and Softball Previews

by Tom Pedulla The Hudson Independent looks at the prospects for local baseball and softball teams: (Abbreviations key—1B (first base); 2B (second base); SS (shortstop); 3B (third base); OF (outfield); C (catcher); LHP (left-handed pitcher); RHP (right-handed pitcher). BASEBALL HACKLEY Coach: Steve Frolo, 20th year Last year’s record: 11-7 Top returning players: 1B Dan Chung, 2B Dan Hernandez, SS Alex ... Read More »

Irvington Girls Finish Season 25-2; One Win Short of State

Irvington High girls’ varsity basketball team is only losing one senior to graduation.

by Tom Pedulla When members of the Irvington girls’ basketball team glanced at the scoreboard for the final time this season, they could not help but feel the sting of disappointment. They had fallen short against Seton Catholic, 86-67, in the Class B state championship game at Hudson Valley Community College for only their second defeat of the season. The ... Read More »

Arts & Entertainment – Celebrating the Hamiltons of Irvington

Principal creative people involved in the James Hamilton show. (L-R:) Eighth-grader Sasha Paris Carter, vocal coach; eighth grader Liam Oley, composer; retired Irvington High School Principal Dr. Scott Mosenthal, librettist. —Photo by: Barrett Seaman

by Barrett Seaman Who Will Tell Your Story? asks the title of a brand new musical production about Hamilton—that is, the family that survived Alexander Hamilton after Aaron Burr shot him to death in 1804. The story, subtitled An Evening with the Hamiltons of Irvington, focuses on the life of Hamilton’s oldest surviving son, James, whose own legacy is deeply ... Read More »