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New Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow Market to Open in May

Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow Farmers Market

Come and support the river towns’ new, vibrant, and abundant farmers market! An invigorated Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow Market (TaSH) will have a grand opening on Saturday, May 23, from 8:3 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Patriot’s Park; parking is available across the street at the Paulding School, and giveaways will be distributed on opening day. With music, kids activities and around ... Read More »

May 2015 — Heard Around the Watercooler

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HONORED Irvington residents Ronda Billig and Patricia Ryan, along with White Plains resident Sheila Klatzky, were honored by The Westchester Women’s Agenda (WWA) at WWA’s Celebrating Women’s Achievement Award Breakfast on April 21 at the Eileen Fisher Learning Lab in Irvington.  Highlighting “unsung heroes who have made substantial contributions on behalf of women in Westchester County,” Billig, Ryan, and Klatzky ... Read More »

What’s Happening – April 2015

Thursday 2 Jewelry and Beading Workshop:  At 3 p.m. for teens at the Warner Library in Tarrytown.  To register call 631-7734 or the Reference Desk. Saturday 4 “Someone Must Wash the Dishes”:  At 2 p.m. actress Michele LaRue performs this anti-suffrage satire at the Irvington Public Library.  To register call 591-7840 or visit www.irvingtonlibrary.org. Concert:  Robby Krieger of The Doors ... Read More »

Rubber Duck Derby and Y’s Healthy Kids Day Brings Hundreds To Patriot’s Park

Grabbing the winning ducks during the heats!

Credit: Margaret Fox Photography |  by Robert Kimmel  |   The weather cooperated for the eighth consecutive year, as the Rotary Club and the Family YMCA at Tarrytown combined their resources for a day of fun, entertainment and excitement at Patriot’s Park, Saturday, April 25. Under sunny skies, crowds of kids and grownups  enjoyed both the Y’s Healthy Kids Day activities ... Read More »

April 2015 Heard Around the Watercooler

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WON Irvington High School science research student Ethan Tardio won first place in the molecular biology poster session category at the 30th Annual Upstate New York Junior Science and Humanities Symposium at the University at Albany on March 12. This symposium represented 41 high schools across New York State. Ethan presented his research on “The Role of Macrophages in Metastatic ... Read More »