Have a great weekend. Enjoy the music at our farmer’s market tomorrow. Take your family to the Greenburgh Nature Center on Sunday to listen to the great music of the Yonkers Philharmoic. Enjoy great jazz at some of the jazz and blue concerts in our community…take a house and garden tour And—on Tuesday sit in at a Town Board work session if you’re interested in the topics being discussed.
Jonathan Flaks will be performing at the E. Hartsdale Farmers Market Outdoor Music Series Saturday, June 13th from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM at the E. Hartsdale Train Station.
Jonathan Flaks will be playing these and other favorites from Neil Young, Elton John, James Taylor, Billy Joel, America, The Eagles, Van Morrison and even some interesting choices from Bruce Springsteen and Pink .
Jonathan Flaks is a Dobbs Ferry resident and veteran of the music industry. He is a business success and team leadership who guides entrepreneurs, consultants and professionals to make twice the income with half the trouble (that’s the title of his book coming out at the end of the summer). He is also the keyboardist for the popular Westchester based Grateful Dead tribute band, “Not Dead Yet”. Come sing along.
Julie Corbalis will be performing at the E. Hartsdale Farmers Market Outdoor Music Series Saturday, June 13th from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM at the E. Hartsdale Train Station.
Julie’s most recent CD Old Flames & New Names, released in November 2008, continues to receive positive media and fan attention. This CD has been featured in local NY newspapers, and the tracks “Johnny & June” and “Broadway” have been played on NYC radio stations WHUD (100.7), THE PEAK (107.1), as well as college radio. She was also recently featured in two prominent singer/songwriter showcases at the national venues The Bitter End, NYC, and The Towne Crier in Pawling, NY. Julie has also released two successful indie rock albums with the quartet Jules & the Family. They have toured the North East US and Ontario, Canada, and shared concert bills with global music stars including Colin Hay of Men at Work. Their tracks have been played on public, private, and internet radio throughout the US, Europe and Japan.
Sunday, June 14 from 5 - 7pm
Yonkers Philharmonic at
Greenburgh Nature Center[link]
The Yonkers Philharmonic will present an outdoor program of music from nature, featuring Prokofieff's Peter and the Wolf and Spring from Vivaldi's Four Seasons with special guest narrator Robert Sherman. A concert delight for children and adults alike. Members-$6, Non-members-$12; children under the age of twelve-$2. (Rain date Sunday, June 21.)the Nature Center
MORE FUN THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND. CHECK OUT RIVERTOWNSGUIDE.COM. JAZZ…TARRYTOWN HOUSE AND GARDEN TOUR ON SATURDAY..LECTURE ON SOCIAL NETWORKING (FACEBOOK, LINKEDIN.COM TWITTER—IRVINGTON LIBRARY…ANTIQUE SHOWS, JAZZ AND BLUES
Town of Greenburgh
Revised Work Session Agenda of the Greenburgh Town Board
Tuesday – June 16, 2009 – 2:00PM
(All Work Sessions are Televised Live on Cablevision Channel 76, Verizon 35 and are streamed live. Work Sessions and Town Board Meetings will be aired each Friday, Saturday and Sunday starting at 7:02am and 4:45pm. Each segment will run for approximately 6 to 7 hours, depending upon the length of the two meetings.)
2:00p.m. FOIL Appeal – TDYCC Investigation
2:30p.m. Capital Budget Review – Greenburgh Nature Center
Tentative discussion 2010 budget process
3:00p.m. Water Fund as Enterprise Fund-- Comptroller
3:30p.m. Affordable Housing Presentation – Councilwoman Brown
4:15p.m. Executive Session – Interviews – Boards & Commissions
(Greenburgh Affordable Housing Committee